Raven climbed the stairs to the rooftop. She opened the metal door, leading her to the top of the giant T. She sighed heavily and smiled quietly to herself. She always felt at peace whenever she saw the magnificent view over the building. She walked closer to the edge, laying her gaze on the sunset. It was a beautiful orange and red horizon. The sun was going to sink into the water soon. She didn't want to miss it. She closed her eyes and breathed heavily, filling her lungs, then exhaled with a sigh. She wasn't sighing because she was troubled or mad, she sighed because she felt at peace. All she could hear was silence.

The shy teen pushed her hood back, making it land gently on her back. She wanted to get a clear view of the sunset. After a few minutes of eye candy, she looked down. Blue-green waves were crashing the cold hard rocks surrounding the side of the T. She smiled and stepped closer to the edge. Then, without hesitation, she pushed herself over the building, wind flowing through her purple hair, her hood flying wildly behind her back.

"Raven!"

After two to three minutes, the quiet one flew back up, surprised to see Beast Boy standing where she was standing before.

Her feet landed lightly onto the solid concrete. "Beast Boy?" She said, walking towards him. He showed no reaction. "Whatever. You can stay here if you like." She mumbled, about to leave the rooftop. Then, she felt a grip on her wrist. Before she knew it, the animal changing boy was hugging her, his two warm hands on her back, crumpling her cape. Raven stood rooted to the ground, not knowing what to say. Her eyes were wide open. She wasn't expecting that.

"Beast Boy?" She called out. "You can let go now." He obeyed her, releasing himself. "You scared me. I thought you tried to, take your own life." He said while she snorted. "Why would I?" She replied coldly. "Oh, I don't know. Maybe because your dad's also your demon. Or maybe you're too depressed, keeping everything to yourself." He spat. The opposite gender put her hood back on and said calmly, "or maybe I was just free falling."

Beast Boy sighed. "Since when? Since when did you start free falling? What is it anyway?" He asked, with a little bit of anger in his voice.

"It's none of your business."

"Yes it is."

Raven sighed and ignored him.

"You'd better tell me, or I'll tell the rest of the gang!"

"Fine. If you're so nosy." She said, giving up.

Beast Boy smiled at his win.

"I've started free falling two months ago, when I was up here. It's just random falling."

Beast Boy gave her a puzzled look and scratched his head.

"I jump off the building, then fly back up. Simple enough?"He nodded, with a wide smile across his face. He was at ease now, knowing that what Raven did was safe.

"So, how often, do you, free fall?"

"Whenever I feel like it."

He shrugged.

"Why do you want to know anyway?" Raven asked.

He shrugged again.

"Just worried. I guess. You're part of us, I wouldn't want anything to happen to you."

She raised an eyebrow.

"I mean, Robin, Star, Cyborg and me wouldn't want anything to happen to you."

She sighed then opened the door.

"You might be concerned about me, Beast Boy," she said, turning her back to him.

"But I still find you annoying."

Beast Boy smiled.

"No offence." She added.

"None taken."

Raven then walked down the stairs, while Beast Boy looked at the view. The sun was setting, leaving this part of Earth dark, the other part brightly lighted up. "None taken." He whispered to himself, smiling.