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Four-year-old Kit sat in her room, all she could hear was shouting. She turned into a kitten and climbed down the tree that was next to her window. She didn't know where she was going but she ended up at the Keystone Park. Kit ran to the edges of the woodsy area. A little red head boy kicked a ball next to her and she ran into the woods. He followed quietly after her. The small boy who looked to be the same age sat down in front of Kit. She looked at him and turned back into a kid. He looked taken back but adjusted.

"I'm Wallace but call me Wally." he said with a smile on his face and an outstretched hand.

"I'm Katherine, but I don't like it." Kit said taking his hand and returning the smile. Wally looked like he was thinking for a minute.

"How about Kit?" he asked.

"I love it!" Kit said.


Kit leaned on the tree and looked around. They had been walking for a half-hour.

"Where are we?" she asked. Willow shrugged.

"There's a city not too far away. I think it might be Metropolis but I'm not sure." Daisy said.

"Let's check it out." Kit said. They all nodded and headed in the direction of the city.


Five-year-old Daisy looked at her passed out mom. Her house stunk of alcohol and drugs. She took one last look around and plastered a fake smile on her face before running to the bus. Daisy got on the bus and soon ended up at the kindergarten. She ran out and walked into class sitting in an empty seat at an empty table. Kit and Wally walked into the classroom looking for a place to sit. They walked over and sat next to her.

"Hi I'm Daisy." she said.

"I'm Kit and that's Wally." Kit said.

"My mom said I should make friends." Daisy lied.

"We could be friends," Wally said with a smile.

"I love the mark on your forehead," Daisy said to Kit.

"Thanks." Kit said.


They got to the outskirts and looked around.

"I would say Metropolis." Kit nodded.

"Not our Metropolis but a Metropolis." Daisy said.

"We should see if we can find Clark." Kit said. Willow nodded and they walked into the city. The streets were crowded so they had to fight to stick together. The three friends ended up in front of the daily planet.

"Let's not go in," Daisy said starting to turn around.

"What do you want to do Daisy? Rob a bank?" Kit asked.

"I just don't want to sound crazy," Daisy said.

"We're just gonna ask for Clark." Kit said.


Seven-year-old Willow looked at Wally who was smiling at her.

"Do you think while we're in Central City we'll see the Flash?" Willow asked him. Sam, Levi, Kit, Ava, and Daisy were there too. Iris had taken them on a little field trip.

"I hope so! He's awesome!" Wally said.

"Me too." Willow said, "When I grow up I want to be a hero."

"That would be so cool," Wally said. Iris chuckled as the little kids moved through the street.

"Also dangerous." Iris pointed out.

"It'd be worth it," Willow said. Iris smiled at the young girl.

"There is definitely some hero in you kid," Iris said.


The three girls walked into the daily planet. They walked up to the person at the desk and smiled.

"We need to talk to Clark Kent." Kit said. Willow nodded and Daisy looked uncomfortable. She started to back away but Willow grabbed her wrist. Daisy rolled her eyes and stayed put.

"He's not here right now." the desk person said.

"Do you know where we can find him?" Kit asked.

"No I'm sorry." the desk person said.

"Well, thanks anyway," Daisy said turning around to leave. Kit and Willow smiled before following after Daisy who was already halfway to the door.

"Daisy." Kit said grabbing her arm, "Do you not want to go home?"

"Of course I want to go home Kit, don't be ridiculous," Daisy said. Willow and Kit gave her a skeptical look.

"Seriously guys I'm fine," Daisy said. She continued to walk towards the door.


Ten-year-old Kit sat in her room wrapped in a blanket. She heard knocking at her window and climbed over opening it. Ava climbed in and sat on Kit's bed.

"Why weren't you at school today?" Ava asked.

"It's not a big deal." Kit said.

"Then tell me." she said.

"My parents told me that I am not from Earth." Kit said.

"Cool." Ava said, "What's your planet called?"

"Tilliphoric." Kit said.

"That's interesting, what does it mean?" Ava said.

"It translates to the warrior, I guess they have never met me." Kit said.

"So did they tell you what your race is like?" Ava asked. Kit motioned to a book on her bed. Ava opened it.

"How am I supposed to read this?" Ava asked looking at Kit who shrugged. Ava flipped the pages and looked at the pictures.

"Lot of depictions of wars." Ava said, "Looks like a monarchy."

"Maybe someday we'll meet someone who can read this. What about your parents?" Ava asked.

"I already asked. They won't do it." Kit said.

"From this, it looks like it is a war-like planet and a monarchy. Looks like the king and queen had a daughter that went missing. It also looks like for discipline they beat their kids." Ava said.

"Where are you getting this?" Kit asked.

"These are kind of like hieroglyphics," Ava said.

"You can read hieroglyphics?" she asked.

"Yes." Ava said, "Is that not normal?"

"Not for a nine-year-old it isn't." Kit said.

"How do you know, you're not even human," Ava said.

"No, but Daisy and Willow are." Kit said. Ava stuck her tongue out and Kit laughed.


Kit and Willow followed Daisy out into the street.

"For some reason, I don't believe you." Kit said.

"I just want to find everyone else," Daisy said.

"And go home." Willow finished.

"Well, it was kind of implied," Daisy said.

"Well, then we need to find Clark." Kit said.

"Okay but we aren't going to find him like this," Daisy said.

"Then how should we find him?" Kit asked.

"By making some noise," Daisy said. Kit and Willow exchanged a glance before running after their friend.


Nine-year-old Daisy sat at the kitchen table. Daisy was doing her homework and her mom was passed out on the couch, again. Daisy finished and got up slowly putting everything in her bag and hurrying off to her room. She closed the door. Daisy looked in the mirror, she was skinnier than when her dad lived with them. She definitely looked sicker. Her friends had started to notice and then to her surprise all of them confessed to living in abusive or neglectful homes. It gave them someone to talk to. Daisy sat down on her bed and thought about where her dad might be and when he was coming back to get her. I mean he had to come get her, didn't he? Daisy got up and locked the door. She sat down on the floor and stared out her window at the park across her street. Why couldn't she be one of those kids? Daisy started to figure out ways that might make her mom look at her for more than ten seconds.


It was night and Daisy knelt down and started to pick the locks. She kept a small lock-picking kit in her boots just in case.

"Daisy I know you definitely know how to get someone's attention but don't you think that little streak you went through as a kid was enough for illegal acts." Kit said.

"It was from nine to recently, how is that little?" Daisy asked opening the door to the jewelry store.

"Exactly." Kit said.

"We're just tripping the alarms." Daisy said, "Relax, I'm not going back to that."

"Good." Kit said. Daisy walked out of the store and came back a minute later with a tire iron and started smashing the displays while the alarm went off.


Twelve-year-old Willow stared at her dad he had a knife and she was frozen. Ava was right behind her. It happened so fast. The next thing Willow knew she was on the ground with Ava over her and her biological father gone. She gasped for breath as Ava picked up the knife with one hand and tried to put pressure on the wound with the other.

"It hurts Ava." Willow gasped out.

"The EMTs will be here soon, you'll be okay. I promise you that you'll be okay." Ava said. Willow slowly closed her eyes the last thing she saw was her twin sister's face.

Willow's eyes opened and she was in a dark room. She sat up quickly.

"Where am I?" she called out.

"I'm Ra's al Ghul." a man said, "I want to help you Miss West."


Willow looked up as the police officers arrived.

"Can you sleep dust them, Daisy?" Willow asked.

"Yes I can," she replied. Daisy made her wings appear and produced dust from her hands. She threw it at the police officers and they passed out.

"Nice." Kit said.

"Now we wait for Superman." Kit said.

"Are we even sure he'll come?" Willow asked.

"He'll come," Daisy said.


Thirteen-year-old Kit stood outside of the graveyard. Fresh tear tracks on her face. Wally walked up to her.

"You gonna go in?" he asked.

"In a minute Wally." Kit said.

"I'm sorry I didn't tell you I called them," Wally said.

"They would've come anyway." she said, "It's okay Wally. This isn't your fault."

"Always seeing the best," Wally said.

"If I don't, who will?" Kit asked.

"You're extraordinary." he said.

"No that was Willow, I'm just kind." Kit said. Wally smiled hugging his friend and taking off in a blur down the street.


Superman landed in front of the three girls.

"Told you it would work," Daisy said.

"Hi, um, we kind of need your help." Kit said. Willow nodded.

"With what?" Superman asked.

"We kind of are from another universe," Daisy said.

"Oh, you guys must be the others," Superman said.

"You know where are teammates are?" Willow asked.

"Superboy and Power are on the Watchtower," Superman said.

"Oh good, they're okay." Kit sighed.

"If you come with me I'll take you to them," Superman said.

"Alright." Daisy agreed.

"Um, what do I call you?" Superman asked.

"Pixie." she said.

"Kit." Kit said.

"Weapon but Willow is fine," Willow said.

"Alright, four to the watchtower," Superman said.


Daisy sat down in the police station. Her mom walked in and glared at her. They walked out of the building soon after.

"How could you be so irresponsible?" her mom asked.

"I don't know mom, you tell me," Daisy said.

"You're grounded." her mom said.

"Like I care," she said. Walking towards the car.

"If your father were here..." her mom started.

"But he's not here! And neither are you." Daisy said getting into the car.


They all stepped off of the zeta platform and walked up to Green Lantern.

"These are the others," Superman said. They did quick introductions and walked towards the rooms.

"Um, can we see Connor and Tasha?" Daisy asked.

"Sure. Are you related to anyone?" Superman asked as they arrived at the door.

"I'm Wally West's half-sister," Willow said.

"Okay well, we made a deal that if you aren't in your rooms a Leaguer will be with you," Superman said.

"Sounds fair," Daisy said.

"We are holding a conference tonight, to try and get to know you so we can better accommodate your needs," Superman said.

"I'm sure that's why." Kit said sarcastically.

"She does that frequently," Daisy said. Green Lantern went and got Connor and Tasha. Tasha immediately clung to Daisy like a lifeline.

"Oh thank you, Lord!" Tasha exclaimed.

"Your gonna miss church, you hate missing church," Willow said.

"I'll make up for it in prayer." Tasha said, "I'm just so happy you guys are okay." Connor smiled and hugged them.

"Well, we must have had you two worried. Connor doesn't hug." Kit said.

"Whatever Tilliphorian." he laughed.

"I never said I wasn't happy to see you Kryptonian." she said.

"You're from Tilliphoric?" Green Lantern said, "You don't act much like your race."

"Well, I was raised on Earth." Kit said, "I know very little about my race."

"If you want to know more I'm sure I can tell you." he said.

"Thank you. I always meant to ask our Green Lantern I just haven't had the time." Kit said.

"Well, I will be happy to fill in the blanks." Green Lantern said.

"I would love that," she said happily. Kit pushed her bangs back to reveal a purple crescent moon. Green Lantern smiled softly at the young girl and excused himself.


Willow was falling, the building had crumbled under her feet and she was falling to the ground. The team was distracted and no one would get there in time to catch her. Suddenly everything went black.

Willow slowly opened her eyes to find herself on the pavement. Shouldn't she be dead? She looked at Callie who was hovering over her.

"What did you just do?" Ava asked.

"I think I saved her," Callie said. Willow closed her eyes again. When she opened them she was in the cave on her bed. She got up and walked out into the big area where everyone was arguing.

"What happened?" Willow asked.

"You died and Callie used her powers to bring you back," Batman said.

"Is that a bad thing?" Willow asked.

"Her powers are untested and to resurrect anyone she needs to first take a life or use her own life force. Callie is very powerful but she abused her powers." Batman said.

"I didn't abuse them, I saved a life," Callie said.

"You had to take a life first." Batman pointed out.

"I didn't take a life! If someone in the vicinity of me is already dying then their life force charges my powers. All I did was put Willow's life force back where it belonged." Callie said.

"But you did take the life of one of the henchmen," Superman said.

"I told you already I can't control my powers when someone touches my skin. They just die." Callie said.

"Look I'm fine guys," Willow said.

"Not entirely," Kaldur said.

"What do you mean?" Willow asked.

"Callie used to much of her power on you, she brought you back for good," Kaldur said.

"So I'm gonna be fifteen for eternity?" Willow asked.

"Yes," Batman said. She closed her mouth and glared at the floor.


After talking for a few minutes everyone went into their assigned rooms and shut the door. This might actually work out. Daisy sighed and stared at the ceiling.

"I don't want to go back." she muttered.