It was dark. Everything seemed quiet. A red computer chip was floating inside a cage of light. A figure of a girl jumped out of the shadows and walked towards the chip. The bright yellow light revealed her face as she approached the awaiting computer chip. It was Raven but in her new clothes.

She reached for the chip, grasped it, and quickly drew back her arm. The sound of an alarm went off as the lights began to flicker from red to nothing but darkness. The sound of footsteps echoed through the room. "Hold it right there," a security guard wearing heavy armor said. Raven just glared at him and disappeared.

Another guard appeared. "Where'd she go?" he asked. The first guard looked up at the ceiling and saw a huge hole. "Up there," he replied as they got their grappling hooks and climbed up. Raven was running as fast as the speed of light. She was going to make it to her demonic father's hideout, she just had to. She was about to fly until one of the guards grabbed her arm and pulled her down to the ground. She landed with a thud.

"I've got you at last, you filthy little thief," the second guard said with a smile. Raven glared at him and kicked him right between the legs. He let go of her as he clutched that spot, wincing as he did so. She got to her feet and started to fly towards her father's hideout with the computer chip in her hand. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

"Here it is father. Now take it or leave it," Raven said as she gave her father the chip. "Yes," he said, grasping the chip and holding it right in front of his yellow eyes, "I always knew that you'd be of use to me." He patted her on the shoulder and she glared at him. "What's wrong," he said in his fake sweet voice, "A little stealing to much for you? Mwahahahahahahaha!" She growled and kicked him in the shin.

He gasped in pain. Rage surging through him, he focused his attention on her. "How dare you betray me," he said, "You two robots! Lock her up in the dungeon!" The two robots grabbed both her arms and dragged her to the dungeon. They threw her inside a cell and disappeared. She pulled her knees up to her chin and was lost in thought.

'Well, I blew it, I just blew it,' she thought, 'There's no way out and I'm just stuck here. Trigon could be torturing my friends right now and it's all my fault.' She crawled into bed and thought some more. 'If only there was anyway I could get out of this cell,' she thought. She suddenly got an idea. 'One of my father's henchmen would be here at the crack of dawn with a key in his hand. I'll think about a way of distracting him in the morning.' She quickly yawned and closed her exhausted eyes.