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WARNING: LANGUAGE AND VIOLENCE AND MAGGIE, MAGGIE, MAGGIE! (you dont know her yet but you will)

A/N: I didn't want to wait. hehe. So here is your first chapter/intro AS ALWAYS.

If you're picky about what characters are in this, I'm sorry. I've only watched Under the Red Hood!

I AM STILL OPEN TO SUGGUSTIONS ON THIS!

*****THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HAS READ MIRACLE OR DISASTER AND DECIDED TO COME ALONG WITH MAGGIE ON HER ADVENTURE OF DEATH, TROUBLE, HUMOR, AND ROMANCE (why wouldnt there be any?)******

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"Maggie?" Audri asked, standing next to Jason in front of Wayne Manor. "Are you sure you want to stay here? I mean, your father will kill everyone in their sleep if we stay here."

"We're only visiting!" Maggie said weakly. Jason looked at her, shaking his head. She scowled at him. She was just a little taller than her mother, but not nearly as tall as he was. "I mean, what's a few weeks going to do? Kill us?"

"Yes, actually," said a voice from behind. Maggie whirled around to find a boy maybe her age staring at her, a smirk on his face. Her voice lost itself at the sight of him; she always got tongue-tied around boys. His eyes left her face for only a moment before they turned to Jason. "Todd?" he hissed, frowning. He pulled out a communicator, one that Talia had shown her, and said into it, "Bruce, the Todd family is here."

"Let them in."

He scowled at Jason, but smiled at the nineteen-year-old in front of him. "Hey, I'm Tim, Tim Drake. You must be Maggie." She nodded, glancing at her mother, how was mirroring the frown he had just given her husband.

"Sweetie," Audri said to Maggie, sounding sorry, "I don't think we...your father, mainly, should stay here."

Once glance at her father told her not to ask. She nodded. "I'll see you when you come to pick me up, then."

Audri kissed her on the top of the head and faced Jason. "Honestly, sometimes I don't get why I even bothered marrying you," she joked. He smirked, forgetting the third Boy Wonder in front of him.

The way his eyebrow rose slowly made Audri's cheeks burn as she took his arm and yanked him away from their daughter.

"Don't dye your hair green," her father called after her as they headed off towards their car.

Parents. Unbelievable.

Maggie, nervous, her hands locked behind her back, turned to face Tim. He seemed nice enough...so far. But her father didn't like him, didn't like that he felt like a replacement due to the boy here in front of her.

"So, Maggie," he said, grinning fully. She blushed. He had a nice smile.

Maggie didn't like talking to boys. They left her embarrassed and confused, and sometimes even hurt. But when it hurt, her father usually blew something up, or her mother handed her a grenade. That usually solved all her problems.

Maggie Todd had natural black hair, eyes that showed laughter, and fingers that were quick and clever and had learned to pick a lock at age three. Never too early to train, Jason had told her. Never too old for grenades, Audri had told her.

She couldn't have asked for better parents, even if her mother still did talk to herself.

"Want to come inside, since you're obviously not going to sleep out here for the next three weeks?" he took her hand without an answer from her and dragged her inside the mansion. He had black hair, like Jason had dyed his and Dick's.

Uncle Dicky. Maggie suddenly wanted to see him, hug him, and then try to give him a bloody nose. It was tradition between them, and it had started, of course, with Jason. She'd only met Bruce once, and Dick at least seven times. She'd never met the new Robin; Jason had refused up until now. She had asked her parents if she could visit her other family on Gotham. Audri agreed, and Jason had said he was only doing to get alone time with his wife.

Maggie almost rolled her eyes thinking about them as Tim pulled her down a long hallway.

Her parents would love each other forever.

She opened her mouth to ask how he was, but then snapped it shut. Even when it came to family, her voice didn't cooperate. She was too shy unless it was Talia or her parents.

"Let's go see Bruce," Tim said, "he hasn't seen you since you were four."

Three, she silently corrected, but didn't have the courage to speak up. She could hardly wait to meet the man who disapproved of what her father believed.

This was going to be interesting.

A/N: first chapter! yaay!

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