Oblivion- I've been so excited to write this! I was going to wait until I finished Time, but I just can't seem to keep my mind off of it. THIS IS NOT A RELIGIOUS STORY!

Well, my stories usually(with the exception of Call of the Wild) start off reaaaaally slow, so don't judge too quickly. Wish me luck!


The Teen Titans. They were some of the strongest, most organized heroes on the planet, second only to the Justice League. The Titans were some of the bravest beings in the universe. They were also some of the friendliest. But what made the Titans stand out from the rest of the superheroes was that they didn't judge others by their color, past history, nationality, gender, race, or even species. The Titans were an amazing team and one that will never be forgotten. They disbanded recently and each went his or her own way. They broke contact with each other so they couldn't be tracked like they had been before. The Titans now live throughout the world. Most have changed their names and are living fairly normal lives. Well, most of them anyway…

A dim light flickered in a small, messy room.

"Dammit Gar! Where'd you put my helmet?"

"I didn't touch it." Garfield Logan, Beast Boy of the Doom Patrol, sat on an old, cushy chair flipping through a magazine.

A man scrambled around the small room tossing things left and right. He threw an empty bag of potato chips to side and glared at his teammate.

"I'm serious. Where is it?" The man growled as he sorted through more random objects.

"I don't know Mento," He said sternly as he turned the page in the magazine he was reading.

"You should know. You're the one who's always moving stuff around!" He said as he looked behind Beast Boy's chair.

"I didn't touch it, Mento," Beast Boy growled, quickly becoming agitated.

Mento marched over to him, ripped the magazine out of his hands, and glared.

Beast Boy stared at him appalled.

"What the hell was that for?" He screamed.

"Being an ass and not cooperating!"

"Me? You're the one who won't accept that you lost your stupid hat!" He said jumping to his feet.

The two glared at each other with clenched fists.

Negative Man casually walked into the room, but upon seeing the situation, he casually walked out.

"What's goin' on in here?" Robotman asked walking into the room to see what was causing such a ruckus.

"Garfield won't tell me where he put my helmet." Mento said through clenched teeth.

"I didn't touch your stupid hat." Beast Boy growled just as angry.

Robotman looked from Mento to Beast Boy then frowned. This was a job for a real hero.

"Rita?" He called out, turning around.

Elasti-Girl entered the room and sighed.

"Oh, what is it now?" She asked.

" Mento is blaming me for losing his dumb helmet."

"Well, did you lose it?" Robotman asked.

"No!" Beast Boy screamed, his eyes not leaving his leader. "I didn't even touch it!"

"I put my helmet on the kitchen counter and now it's gone."

"What makes you think that green bean took it?" Robotman asked.

"I never lose anything and when something disappears, it's usually Gar's fault."

"Wait, this is about your helmet?" Rita asked.

"Yes, it is." Mento snarled.

Rita sighed.

"Steve, I was cleaning so I put your helmet on the coat rack."

"You what?"

"See? I didn't have anything to do with it." Beast Boy said stepping back, crossing his arms, and smiling triumphantly.

Mento shook his head with disgust then turned and walked away without a word.

The others watched as he left grumbling.

"Gar…" Elasti-girl whispered reaching out to her adopted son.

"Why is it that nothing I ever do or say is never good enough for him?" He growled. "I'm twenty-two years old and he treats me like a trouble-making four year old!"

"Beast Boy, I'm sure-"

"Whatever," He said turning his back to Elasti-girl and Robotman and leaving.

Elasti-girl looked at Robotman and sighed.

"Why has this suddenly started happening?" She asked.

He looked back at her sadly.

"I'm not sure."

Suddenly an alarm started going off.

"Come on." Robotman said as he ran to the meeting room with Elasti-girl close behind.


Weird start, I know. Technically, the story doesn't really start until the next chapter. This is the first story that I've been confident about. I wasn't confident about Call of the Wild and Time, but they ended up being successful so I'm going to start with a positive attitude this time. Make sure to review!