So this was a one shot I did forever ago for Allen blasters "oh no not again" series where the T-car gets destroyed over and over and over again. This was my contribution and I decided to put it on my account.
Hope y'all enjoy.
Drenched in sweat and gasping for air, the pair of lovers laid back basking in the afterglow of what they had just done. Beast Boy attempted to stretch, but found movement quite painful considering the light gashes made to his back from his girlfriend's nails. Glancing out of the corner of his eye, Raven was struggling to get into a more comfortable position under his arm.
"Are you okay?" He instinctively asked.
She nuzzled her head into his chest. "A little sore, but I'm wonderful?"
He kissed the top of her head. "Well that makes two of us." He began to play with her hair, causing her to let out small moans of pleasure.
"Sorry about your back."
He chuckled. "Well I'm sorry about your neck… and your legs… and your lips… and your—"
"Alright you've made your point." She lightly snapped.
Still laughing to himself he leaned back with relaxed satisfaction. With a wide grin on his face he was about to let himself give in to full relaxation... when something caught his attention.
The roof he was looking at wasn't Raven's.
She snorted. "You know I hate that name." She said playfully.
"Yeah, yeah, but we're still in your room right?"
She lifted herself up, now appearing annoyed that her boyfriend was trying to ruin another moment. "Is this the stupid question portion of the evening or something? Yes we're in my room cause yours is a pigsty."
His eyes were planted on the ceiling, but they were slowly starting to take in the rest of his surroundings. Noticing his silence she followed his line of sight. It took a moment, but both finally came to the same, horrifying realization.
They weren't in her room anymore.
"Beast Boy? Where are we?"
They both sat up, Raven gripping at the sheets to cover her chest and his underparts. As if the situation couldn't get any worse, they both stopped breathing when they saw that they were in a car.
Not just any car.
Screaming, cursing and babbling; the two scrambled out of the T-Car.
"How did this happen?!" She screeched.
"He's gonna kill us!" Beast Boy grabbed his hair and pulled.
"Okay! Settle down," she finally said, "maybe it's not that bad."
They both looked back at his car and screamed again. It definitely looked "that bad". "Dear god he's gonna kill us!"
"Calm down!" She shouted, more to herself than anything else.
"How did this happen?!" He shouted. "I thought we were in your room!?"
She bit at her nails. "Remember your powers taking hold during our, um, last night?"
He glanced at the bite marks he had left on her neck, collarbone and arms. "Yeah?"
"Well, maybe mine did the same thing. Maybe in the heat of everything I accidentally teleported us here or something."
He shrugged. "It's as good an explanation as any. Now how do we fix this."
Still clutching the sheet with one hand she used the other to try and calm him. "Don't worry. It's going to be okay. I've worked with Cyborg on the car every time he's updated it. I can fix it."
He looked at her like she had grown a second head. "Your gonna fix it?! How?! We don't know when he'll want to—" he froze, turning a pale shade of green as his ears twitched towards the doors. "He's coming." He squeaked.
Reacting on instinct, the T-Car slipped through a black portal, vanishing completely from the garage. Beast Boy looked at the empty space in horror.
"What did you do?!"
Before she could respond, she ran up to him, wrapped them both into her soul self, and teleported away.
With a skip in his step, his keys spinning on his finger, his eyes closed, and a jolly old tune being whistled from his lips; Cyborg stepped into, what he had dubbed, HIS garage.
"Mmmm, I'm so excited to try out that new pizza place tonight." He smacked his lips. "To bad BB can't come. I heard this place has a famous meat lover's pizza that's to die for. Man I hope he gets over his flu soon so I can dare him to eat it." He said to himself.
He thought it was weird, the note Beast Boy had left on his door saying he was sick. He was never to sick for food… unless it had a bunch of bacon, sausage, more bacon, ham, pepperoni, extra bacon, hamburger meat, and little bits of bacon here and there on it.
"Ah well. More for me." He said happily as he clicked the alarm on his keys... but he was met with only silence. He opened his eyes and clicked again. He was met with more silence, and a completely empty garage.
He furrowed his brows, looking around the empty space. He clicked on the alarm again and again, but no sound was heard. "Yo? Where'd my car go?"
Beast Boy let out a heavy sigh as he let himself melt into her mattress. She was busy in her personal bathroom looking over his handy work. Luckily her leotards covered most of the offending areas so nobody would be the wiser. Seemingly satisfied, she emerged from her bathroom, now dressed in a long sleeved shirt, and slid into bed next to him.
"You know Cy's gonna kill us when he finds out." He muttered.
She placed her head on his chest. "He won't find out."
"Well I don't know, you two are super close and all—"
She grabbed him by the cheeks and growled from between her teeth. "He. Will. Not. Find. Out."
He smiled and nodded his head. "Yes ma'am." She sighed with exasperation, kissed him on his lips, and laid herself back down on top of him.
"I still wonder where you sent the car to though."
She shrugged. "I don't know. I just panicked and did the first thing that came to mind. I don't know where I sent it."
Beast Boy shrugged. "Eh, hopefully it'll turn up eventually."
Suddenly her communicator began to chime, a ringtone that was set whenever she received a text message. Confused she grabbed it off of her nightstand and flipped it open.
It was a text from the King of Hell, Landon. Her face visibly paled. "Oh… god…"
He looked over her shoulder at the picture message she had received. "What is… it…" Beast Boy suddenly went a light shade of green.
It was a picture of the T-Car... melting slowly away into a river of fire and lava. Its front lights were blinking as if a key was telling it to unlock.
Beneath the picture was a single caption. "When you're by the pool and the Titans send you a gift."