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Yay! Another story! I'm sure that anyone who is reading this already read the summary on the previous page, but I'm gonna put another one anyways!
Summary- Robin receives a meditation mirror for his birthday. However, Beast Boy and Cyborg end up being idiots and get them all sucked inside Robin's mind. Inside, they discover that there is more to Robin than he lets on.When looking for a portal out, the Titans get into trouble involving Robin's evil side. But wait there's two? With a lustful side running around, pulling Starfire into empty rooms, a panicked side freaking out over everything, and a paranoid side insisting that Raven is only there to kill him, how will they ever get themselves out of this one?
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The Many Faces Of Robin
Balloons, streamers, and banners hung everywhere. Starfire was floating near the ceiling, hanging unnecessary things everywhere. Raven walked into the room and sighed miserably.
"Starfire, I think you have done enough."
"I want everything to be perfect!" she replied floating back down to grab another streamer. "Why? Don't you just love it?"
"I liked it fifty balloons and sixty streamers ago. Does it have to be so darn bright?"
"Yes Raven! We must celebrate the birth of our leader!"
Starfire went back to decorate for the party. Tomorrow was Robin's birthday and she felt nothing could be good enough for him. Even though he had absolutely refused to let the Titans buy him presents, they had all chipped in and sent Raven off to buy one present for him. The only reason they had sent Raven, was because she was the only one who had access to where it was. Oh it was most definitely the perfect present for him! It had originally started out as a joke for Robin to sort out his 'issues', but as they thought about it, they realized that it would really work. Raven said she could get another one and they all agreed. Everything was going to be perfect!
"Didn't I tell you not to buy me a birthday present?" Robin asked the team.
They were all sitting on their half oval couch, Robin right in the middle. After cake, ice cream, and Raven beating the stuffing out of Beast Boy for dumping soda on her hair, Starfire had announced to Robin that they had bought him a gift. He was semi disappointed in the fact that they had gone against his orders, but equally thrilled that they had.
"Well, yeah," Beast Boy said, "but life wouldn't be any fun if we always followed instructions!"
"The boy has a point there," Cyborg added in.
"Stop complaining and just open it already," Raven insisted.
Robin took the small box wrapped in red paper and tied with a bright yellow ribbon. The card taped to it read, "To- You, From- Us."
"Very creative card, guys," he said and continued to open it.
He pulled the ribbon and paper off to reveal a small black box. Opening the box, he pulled out a small mirror with designs all around the edges.
"Ummm… thanks," he said, turning it over and upside down, "what is it?"
"We all know how sexy you consider yourself to be, so we bought you a mirror to check yourself out in all day long," Cyborg joked, wiggling his eyebrows.
Raven smacked him upside the head, Robin glared at Cyborg, Beast Boy started laughing hysterically, and Starfire just looked at all of them confused.
"It's actually a meditation mirror," Raven explained.
"But, I can't meditate," Robin commented.
"You don't have to. This is a special one, you can just pick it up and you will automatically be transported inside your mind," Raven finished.
"Yeah!" Beast Boy exclaimed. "That way, you can sort out your problems in there instead of taking them out on us!"
"I, I mean, we hope you enjoy it very much and hope that it helps you very much!" Starfire said in delight.
"The first time you go inside, however, don't be surprised if it's a madhouse. Emotions tend to run wild until someone enters to sort them out for the first time," Raven concluded.
"Alright, now that that's over, let's go hit the piñata!" Beast Boy yelled.
"Yeah, this time it's shaped like Kitten!" Cyborg exclaimed.
He and Beast Boy zoomed off to the other room where the piñata was hanging. Raven, unfortunately, was dragged with them.
"I do hope you enjoy your birthday present," Starfire said to Robin.
"I'm sure that I will," Robin replied. "Hopefully, it will hope me sort out my 'issues'," he said, adding air quotations to his last word.
Starfire giggled, "Well, here is something a little more from me." She placed a light kiss on his lips. Pulling away, she smiled at the look on his astonished face.
"Wh-what was that for?" he demanded to know.
Simply and very coolly she replied, "Because I like you."
"Oh, well I like you too, so…" he pulled her head into a deep kiss.
"Come on," she said pulling away, breathing heavily, "as much as I rather wouldn't right now, I believe that we must engage in hitting the piñata with a stick."
"OUCH!" Beast Boy screamed as he tripped over his own feet.
It was late at night and everybody was asleep, or so they thought.
"Shhh! Quiet BB!" Cyborg scolded. "If we want to see that mirror, you are gonna have to shut it!"
Beast Boy laughed quietly, "With all the mental problems he's got, can you imagine what it's gong to be like in there?"
They approached his room and opened the door.
"Hey, Robin ain't here! Things just got a whole lot simpler," Cyborg exclaimed.
They began throwing things all over the room, attempting to find the mirror. Finally, Beast Boy found it on top of a tall bookshelf.
"Man, how did he get it up there?" Beast Boy asked. "He's not very tall."
"He's taller than you are," another voice said from the front of the room.
"Raven?" Cyborg yelped in surprise. "What are you doing in here?"
"Funny, I was going to ask you the same question," she replied.
"We were umm…" Beast Boy said, attempting to hide the mirror behind him.
"Friends, what are you doing in Robin's dwelling?" Starfire then walked into the room. "Has not the party ended?"
"What are you all doing in my room?" Robin yelled then walking in too.
"Robin, what are you doing here?" Beast Boy asked nervously.
"It's my room," he replied. "What are you doing in here?"
Beast Boy gulped and quickly pushed Cyborg in front of him, "It was all Cyborg's idea!"
"We were…" Cyborg started, but was interrupted by a blue tornado coming out of the mirror. They were all lifted into the air and sucked into the mirror.
Bright colors flashed before their eyes as they plummeted through the air. Robin landed first, on anything but soft land, Starfire fell on top of him, Raven on top of her, Beast Boy on top of Raven, and Cyborg crushed them all, landing on top.
"Ouch!" Beast Boy complained.
Before they were able to stand up, they heard a familiar voice behind them.
"Hello. Welcome to Robin's mind."
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