Another story. Hyper when writing this. Too many skittles. . . So, yeah, rate, comment, review, criticize. You should know what to do by now. If you don't, well, then what the heck are you doing here. Honestly. Think about it for a second. . . I'm just saying. I don't own the Titans. You'd be able to tell if I did. Seriously, though, no one on here does, so what exactly is the point of that? There isn't one. Thank you,

DeadlyRedAlice


Part 1: Old


Robin

The lights turned red and flashed. No alarm though, so it could only mean one thing: An intruder. I rushed out of my room, hoping the others were still awake. I arrived first at the huge double doors leading outside. Starfire flew in with Beastboy, who was in bird form, but quickly changed back to human. Cyborg ran in, with Raven being last. A knock echoed through the room. Then another and another. Nobody moved. Then the doors were thrown open by a gust of wind; Really, really strong wind.

"John?" Raven asked suddenly, eyes wide.

"So I really did find you," 'John' said coming in.


I stared sideways at Raven. She had, well, a smile. It was small and barely noticeable, but it was there. . . and it was there because of John. Everyone liked him, well, everyone, but me. I don't know, but for the time being all I found him was annoying. He was slightly taller than me (maybe that's why I didn't like him) and had grey eyes. No joke, they were pure grey. His hair was blonde, messy, and short. Oh, and he could control wind and air. He didn't look weak, but I was positive I could beat him in a spar. Maybe it was because I was restless. It's been over a week since we put the last bad guy in jail.I guess, when i saw the alarm go off, I was hoping for a fight. You can only do nothing for so long.

I almost shouted with delight when John said, "Well, I should get going,"

"Oh, where are you staying?" Raven asked, curious.

"Ummm, I don't actually know," he responded sheepishly.

"New friend John. I insist that you do the resting here," Starfire, well, insisted. Cyborg and Beastboy nodded, that is, until they saw my shocked face.

"Well, uh, if it's, ummm, okay with Robin, of course," Cyborg said, reminding everyone of my presence.

"Yeah, whatever," I sighed. "Beastboy, go make sure the guest room is ready. Starfire can you show him where it is?" Star nodded, her eyes shining with excitement, I guess. I got up and went to the kitchen, poured myself a glass of water, and waited for them to go, my back facing them all. I heard them all leave and sipped my water as calmly as possible.

"What's wrong?" I almost dropped my glass. I had thought everyone had left. I turned and saw Raven staring at me, her wine-colored eyes searching my own, filled with concern.

"I'm fine. It's just," I paused worried how she would react. Then again this was Raven. Out of everyone, I could talk to her the best. "How do I know I can trust him?"

"You don't," she replied giving me a small, almost sad smile. Now it was my turn to be concerned. "I'm not sure if we can trust him, but he and I were friends when we were younger, so I'dlike to give him the benefit of the doubt. Trust me," she said, again with a hint of sorrow.

"I do," and it was left at that. Well, until I heard a scream from Starfire and a huge crash, sounding a lot like her star bolts. Raven and I sprinted out heading in the direction of all the noise.


Ooooh, a cliffhanger. . . Lol. Still hyper. I know this is short and I swear that the later chapters won't be as short. Please review, comment, rate, criticize. I'm starting to get worried. I can't improve without help, so don't hesitate! Please, please, please don't hesitate!

-DeadlyRedAlice