It was a gloomy walk to the tower. Beast Boy tried desperately to rid his mind of her, but it just didn't seem to work. The thought of Raven crept into his mind when he least expected it. A gentle breeze combed through his green hair. He sniffed it.

'Hey,' he thought to himself, 'Smells like perfume.' He sniffed the air again. 'Raven's perfume,' he thought and a slight smile appeared. His smile disappeared in a second when he entered the tower. He plopped onto the couch and turned on the TV. 'The Exorcist,' he thought as he watched the movie, 'Was Raven's favorite horror movie.'

He saw something on the coffee table and picked it up. "Raven's book," he whispered as he ran his fingers through the pages. " 'What's that?' the demon inside of Regan asked as the priest took out a vial from his hand bag. "Holy water," he replied as the twelve-year-old girl's scratched face stretched out in fear. He opened the vial. "Keep it away!" Regan yelled, but he ignored her. With one swish of his robe, the priest formed a cross in mid air and the water it contained splashed on the girl. "It burns!" the demon inside the girl screamed as it's body wriggled like a snake," he read aloud, "And that's where she stopped before the battle."

Beast Boy jumped from his seat as he heard the door slide open. "Hey Star," he greeted as the alien girl sat beside him. "Hello Beast Boy," she said with a grin, "How is Raven doing?"

"She died."

"What!? How could she die?"

"I don't know, she just did."

Starfire started sobbing. "At least she's in a better place now," Beast Boy said. "Yes," Starfire said as she wiped her tears, "I suppose it is true. However, it will not be the same without her."

"Yeah, I know."

"On my planet," she said, "We would revive the ones who died by making a potion, but I'm afraid that the ingredients are only found there." Beast Boy looked at her. "Your planet's lucky because we can't revive people who died," he said, "I'm going to bed." He disappeared behind the sliding door.

Holding my last breath

Safe inside myself

"Shit! Why can't I get this song outta my head?" he asked himself. He halted in front of Raven's door. He looked at the letters that were carved into the door spelling "Raven". He stared at it for a moment and then continued walking, his head drooping.

He entered his bedroom and got dressed. He plopped on his bed and continued reading the book. " 'Who are you?' the priest asked as the body continued to wriggle. "I am no one," the demon replied with a combination of voices that it was not understandable. "Who are you?" the priest asked again, recording all of this on tape. The demon took in a huge breath and spat out green slime on the priest's face," he said when all of the sudden a breeze ran through his room.

Beast Boy stared at the cloud of swirling wind in front of him. A man that had white, long hair and a white beard wearing a white robe and brown sandals stepped out. "Beast Boy, do not be alarmed," the man said, "For I am God." Beast Boy stopped shaking. "Why are you here?" he asked.

"I have come here to ask you something."

"What?"

"I want you to defeat the devil because his evil is spreading throughout the entire world. If you do this, I'll bring Raven back." Beast Boy's eyes lit up.

"Okay, but how do I get to hell?"

"It's located inside a cave in the Garden of Eden. I already told the angel with the fiery sword that you'd be coming," God said with a smile. He looked at Beast Boy. "You're wondering how to get to the Garden of Eden. Just take my hand and I'll teleport you there," he said as he stretched his hand toward Beast Boy. Beast Boy hesitated for a moment and then grabbed it.

A bright white light appeared between the two and grew brighter. In a minute, Beast Boy was standing on the green grass of the Garden of Eden. He looked around at the beautiful scenery and then started searching for a cave that contained the fiery elements of hell.