Disclaimer: The only person I own is Ebony. Everyone else belongs to Cartoon Network.

It's the last story in the Ebony Saga, FINALLY!!! I really hope you enjoy the cute, fluffy encore performance that I thought up.

Chapter 1

Raven woke up very early on a Friday morning. She stretched in bed and threw the sheets off. The room was slightly light with the sunbeams streaming through the cracks in the door. She stepped on the floor and lit a candle on a tall stand to get a little bit lighter. The picture on her nightstand started to flash blue-violet lights.

"Good morning, Little Sister," she greeted. "How are you this morning?"

Obviously, the picture did not respond. It just flashed for another minute and then turned back into its normal self. Raven threw on her robe and pressed the button for her door to open.

Downstairs, the rest of the Titans, including Terra, sat around the breakfast table. Beast Boy stood at the stove whipping up tofu pancakes, once again! Terra placed her cheeks in her palms and started whistling aimlessly. Robin and Cyborg had faces that said, "I'm not looking forward to this." They were looking at the tofu pancake mix. Starfire floated around the room waiting for the last Titan to show up.

"I do believe that this should be a peaceful morning for Raven," she announced. "I think she is over the whole incident."

"She's probably feeling a lot better since she got to say good-bye," Robin added, "but I still think we should give her the space she needs."

"Agreed,"

Immediately, the doors swiped open, and Raven walked out and headed for the coffee maker. She put a tea bag into the cup and let the hot water fall into the mug.

"Morning, Raven!" Beast Boy said, flailing the spatula in the air. "I'm making tofu pancakes. Want some?"

"Just tea," Raven objected, "but thanks."

Beast Boy went back to cooking. Terra's eyes started to wander. She yawned and stood up from her seat. "I'm going back to bed," she announced, yawning again. "This is thing called a 'morning routine' is getting to me."

"Why?" Robin asked, curious.

"When I lived in my cave, I just got up whenever I wanted," Terra explained. "Now that I'm a Titan, this thing of getting up and going to bed just bugs me. I'll probably be up in another hour. Good night!"

"Good night, Friend!" Starfire beamed, thinking that it really was evening. She turned back to the rest of the team. "Should we be going to bed as well?"

"She's just going to get a few more Z's," Cyborg tried to reason. "It's still light out. She said she didn't get a lot of sleep last night."

"Thinking about our parted one?"

"I don't think Terra cares," Raven finally spoke. "I think all she cares about is she being here with other heroes."

"Then she is selfish?"

"Yes."

Suddenly, ruining the moment, there was a knock on the front door of Titans Tower. Robin got up from his seat and walked over to the doorway. He opened it up and was happy at who he saw.

"Speedy!" he greeted. "How are you? What brings you to Titans Tower?"

"I've got a message for you from the International Heroes' Convention Headquarters," Speedy replied, handing a letter to his double.

"There's such a thing?"

"Go figure! Now, I've got a bunch of other letters to deliver. I'll see you later!" With that, Speedy jumped off the island and met Hot Spot and Wildebeast in a boat. The three of them waved to Robin and motored back to the mainland.

Robin waved back and closed the door to the tower. He took the letter out of the envelope and read it over carefully. His face brightened with a little bit of a blush mixed in. "Titans!" he called. "We've got mail!"

"Dude! Robin's the Internet!" Beast Boy announced jokingly, cracking up as he followed Raven, Starfire, and Cyborg to their leader.

"Who was that at the door?" Starfire asked, folding her hands out in front of her.

"Speedy!" Robin replied. "He and the others dropped off this awesome invitation saying that we should come to a party."

"Awesome!" Cyborg cheered. "When?"

"Tomorrow night starting at eight."

"So cool! We're gonna party 'till the sun comes up!"

"Not cool," Raven objected, taking a look at the letter.

"Why not?" Robin asked, taking the letter out of her sight. "It says, 'Dear Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven: You are cordially invited to attend a private, exclusive, invitation-only party made especially for heroes. Heroes from around the world will be attending, and some even from other planets, galaxies, and universes. We hope you take this opportunity to meet some more people just like you. Please come to the club in Jump City Saturday night at 8:00 P.M. Sincerely, the International Heroes' Convention Headquarters'."

"That is so awesome!" Beast Boy shouted. He turned to Raven. "Why isn't it cool? Aren't you excited?"

"Of course I am," Raven insisted. "As long as the party isn't pointless, like the one Blackfire dragged us to, I have no problem."

"So what is the problem??" Cyborg exploded, ready to throw a rage.

Raven sighed and said, "This letter is addressed to Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven. What about Terra?"

Dead silence. The Titans looked to Raven with looks like "Oh-no-she's- absolutely-right." Beast Boy twiddled his thumbs together and looked towards the stairwell where Terra had gone back to bed. Starfire was the first to speak.

"We must not tell our friend what we have received in the mail this morning," she suggested. "It would only make her sad to know that we were going somewhere and she wasn't invited."

"Personally," Raven began, "I don't feel much sympathy for her."

The rest of the team completely ignored Raven's remark. "So what do we tell her?" Beast Boy asked, scratching his head.

"Something," Robin said. "It has to be something she'll believe. It can't be something stupid. So that automatically cancels out anything Beast Boy suggests." There was a popped vein on Beast Boy's head when he heard this.

"I know!" Cyborg began. "Why don't we just leave? We'll leave a note for Terra saying that we got called away to a mysterious meeting in another dimension. She won't be able to follow us. She doesn't have that type of power."

"Very true," Robin agreed.

"A splendid plan!" Starfire cheered.

"Not bad," Raven commented.

"She's going to kill me for that," Beast Boy muttered.

"What do you mean?"

"Well, Terra likes me, and you know that. I just like her as a friend though. Not like THAT. You know, right?" Beast Boy was being really confusing and cryptic in this reasoning. Regardless of the sense it did not make, Raven still understood.

"I get it," she finally replied, unintentionally making him blush a light pink. "It sounds like a good plan, Cyborg," she said to the robot. "I'm pretty sure she'll buy it."

"Then let us prepare for the festivities!" Starfire cried, flailing her arms up and down. "We are going to do the dancing of the night away!" Starfire flew up the stairs to her room. The rest of the Titans silently agreed and went to prepare themselves.

In Terra's room, she spoke into her communicator, "The bait has been set. Move on to Phase 2. We'll get that ghost to come out. She could never resist the urge to see her sister happy."

The person on the end made a muck-like sound.

End of Chapter One