Hello, hello, I do hope you enjoy this story! We begin our ever-so Beast Boy and Terra journey directly after "Things Change", the, if I do say so myself, absolute WORST episode ever; I mean if that's supposed to be closure then...Ahem, sorry, I know. But of course, as a fanfiction writer, I felt it my duty to supply you with what we so long for. As I said, enjoy, because I enjoyed writing it!

Chapter 1: The Yellow Communicator

I grasped the yellow communicator in my hand. I had mixed feelings about it: discouraged, of course, because it seemed I wasn't very good at lying, yet...happy, somewhat, because I guess it shows that I am not easily forgotten, even when it seems that I forget easily. Just then, Mrs. Jordan called the class to order and began handing out our Geometry test. Hastily, I put the communicator back in my purse and turned to my test. I tried to focus, but between the fact that I didn't study and what had just happened to me, that was nearly impossible.


"Okay," I said, getting annoyed. "You have two minutes."

"Maybe you don't remember," He told me, "But I do. You're my friend. You're a Teen Titan."

"You're wrong." I lied.

"You don't belong here, Terra."

"Stop calling me that!" I said, wishing he would just leave.

"It's who you are."

"What do you want from me?"

"Why can't things just go back to the way they were? You were so happy then."

I was... I thought. "Things were never the way you remember." I denied. "Leave me alone."

He handed me his communicator and said, "Here. Take this. In case you're in trouble, in case you need me, you can call me any time."

I wanted to take it. But I knew I couldn't. "I don't need it." I said.

"But..." He started, desperately.

"Time's up." I told him, beginning to walk away.


"Things change, Beast Boy. The girl you want me to be is just a memory."

Just then, I heard a familiar voice; my old team leader, Robin.

"Come in, Beast Boy. We need your help!"

"Come with me." He said.

Oh, Beast Boy...I'm so sorry..."You go. You're the Teen Titan. That's who you are. That's not me. I'm not a hero. I'm not out to save the world. I'm just a girl with a geometry test next period and I haven't studied."

The bell rang and my classmates began to disperse. I walked away and disappeared into the croud. From behind me I could hear, "Beast Boy to Robin. I'm on my way. Over." And he was gone. I leaned on the lockers and sighed. A second later, Tina and Lani opened their lockers next to me, talking about their cute, young science teacher, Mr. Thomas, and their last class.

"Hey, Cindy." Tina said to me.

"Hey," I said back, staring into space.

"I love science class!..." Lani cried.

"The lab coats, not exactly glamorous, but someone forgot to tell our school that the science geeks aren't supposed to be smolderingly hot!"

"Yes," I added, absentmindedly, "But isn't it so much better this way?"

"Yes!" Lani and Tina screamed in unison.

"I've got biology next," Tina said.

"I have geometry."

"Me too..." I replied

"Did you study for the test?"


"Well, see ya then!" Lani smiled.

"Bye guys!" Tina said.

My friends went in separate directions and waved good-bye to me, or, Cindy. I opened my locker, which was harder than usual because I couldn't remember my combination. I took out my geometry book, even though I wouldn't need it for a test, and took out my purse, because I had forgotten it for first period. I slowly walked to Mrs. Jordan's class. All I could think about was the way he looked at me as I was walking away. I had known that by trying to save him I would have to hurt him, but I didn't know that it would hurt me this much too.

I sighed and thought that there was nothing that could be done. I reached in my purse to get out a pen for the test. There, my hand hit something hard. I immediately knew what it was. I pulled out the round, yellow, 'T' communicator and stared at it. I heard the bell ring again, walked into the classroom, and sat at a desk in the back of the room.

End Flashback

And so I sat there, filling in true or false questions and calculating difficult answers in my head. But my mind was somewhere else. Somewhere shaped like a giant 'T'. Somewhere where there is a green boy annoying a goth girl. Somewhere with a half robot making fun of a masked boy because he was spending a lot of time with an alien girl. Somewhere that I belonged. But it was somewhere that I couldn't go.

Before I knew it, no one except for Mrs. Jordan and me were in the room. She walked up to me and said, "Cindy, honey, the test is over." I jerked my head up and handed her my test, which was only half done. It was now time for lunch, and I walked outside the classroom for the cafeteria. I ordered Mac n' Cheese, chocolate milk, and cherry jello for lunch and walked to the outdoors eating area. I sat down alone and took out my communicator.

"You're very stubborn, you know that?" I said into it.

"Maybe..." Beast Boy said as his smirking face appeared on the screen.

"I failed my test. I hope you know that will be on your conscience."

"There'll be more tests, Terra."

"Its Cindy."

To Be Continued...

Next time on, "And So It Is..."

Detention and Pizza-Beast Boy tries calling Terra/Cindy...unforetunetly, she just happens to be in a quiet classroom where cell phones, or for our purposes,communicators,are frowned upon. After this, Terra/Cindy feels that she must lay down some ground rules if they are going to be friends over some pizza.