Artemis pulled out her bow and Robin grabbed one of his gizmos out of his utility belt. They were going to strike. I stuck out my hand, “Wait. Alana?” I kept my eyes focused on her. Something was wrong. Alana had blue eyes, not brown. “You’re not Alana.” I said. She just smirked. “You’re right,” She simply stated. Her face started to twist and morph, and so did her body, turning into someone I dearly hated. “I’m not.” She finished. “Copycat.” Rae dicho bitterly. I reached for my gun, only to find that it wasn’t there. “Chameleon!” I hissed. siguiente to Copycat he appeared, holding my gun and everyone else’s utilities. “That’s not all!” Chameleon teased. A shadow encased the room, and then decreased in size to form a mass that resembled a human being. “Hello, Shadow.” I dicho sharply. “Where’s Alana?” I asked. Copycat just put her hand on her hip, “That’s a good question! Where is Alana?” She lunged at me, letting the rest of the teens around me go attack her other 2 friends. Copycat was a very skilled fighter, and it took me a few years until I was actually ready to fight her. She grabbed my wrist; I twisted it around and flipped it over me, carrying her with. She fell, but quickly got back up and kneed me in the stomach. I stumbled back, and she followed, but I quickly shook it off and kicked her in the face. She just rubbed the side of her face to try to reduce the pain and attempted to puñetazo, ponche me, which I quickly blocked.
As quick as lighting, Kid Flash was behind her, holding her back with her arms. “Finnish her!” He demanded. Copycat quickly morphed into the one thing she knew I wouldn’t hurt, Blade.
I took a step back, “I-I can’t.” I whispered. “What!? Are tu crazy?” He spat back. Copycat knew that was her exit, she slipped her foot around Kid Flash’s and brought it adelante, hacia adelante so that he fell, and she ran away. “What gives?” He shouted. Thankfully Ryder had woken up and came to my rescue. He came up behind me, “She has boyfriend issues, ok? Back off!” Kid Flash sped away. “Thanks.” I whispered. Ryder smiled, “No problem. Wanna sit down?” Truth be told, I was a bit dizzy. I nodded. “Sorry about Alana.” I admitted. “It’s ok.” He quietly replied. We walked over to the couch, it seemed like Chameleon and Shadow got away also.
I sat down siguiente to Roy on the couch. “Do tu think they had anything to do with what we heard at the bank?” I asked. He looked at me, and then said, “Now, I’m leaning toward yes. But why?” I shrugged, “I was going to ask tu the same question. Wanna go find out tonight?” “Sure.” He blankly responded. Miss Martian came over, “T-They took the bio-ship.” She stuttered out. “Well, we will find it. Wait, what’s a bio-ship?” “Our plane-ish thing.” She said, quoting what I had thought earlier. Rae could do that too, so it didn’t come as a shock to me that she dicho that. “Oh! Well, we will find it. And tu can stay here for as long as tu need to.” She smiled. “Thanks.” She dicho timidly.
I set my cell phone to vibrate at 3 a.m. so that I could wake up and try to figure out this mess with Roy. I got dressed and made sure to pack extra darts and pellets for my gun; this was going to be a long night/morning. Walking down the long hallway filled with rooms on either side where everyone was sleeping wasn’t easy, but I managed.
Roy was already sitting on the sofá waiting, “Do tu ever sleep?” I asked. He stood up, “Sometimes yes, sometimes no.” I just shook my head at that response. “Well, the bikes will be too loud, so how do we get out of here?” I asked. Roy thought for a bit, and then said, “Roof tops.” “Roof tops?” I repeated, but in the form of a question. I had no idea what he was talking about. He just grabbed a bunch of arrows and put it in one of the holder things that he had, and slung it over his shoulder. “Yes, roof tops.” He repeated. We both ran out into the pitch-black night, through the darkness I could make out Roy climbing up something. “You coming?” He asked. “Y-Yeah.” I said, and then quietly followed up with, “I think.” por feeling around on the wall, I could make out the distinct shape of a ladder. How come I never noticed that before? It was right outside the front door and yet I never saw it before. Well, that’s me for you. Always looking past small details. There was a soft grunt from up above me, probably from Roy lifting himself over the side of the building and on to the top. I quickly followed to the top, my hands slipping numerous times from the nighttime dew forming on the bars. With minimal struggling, I made it to the top. Looking around, Roy wasn’t there. “Arrow?” I whispered. No reply, I tried again. “Red?” I said, a little louder. “Dude! Come out now! I’m not playing any games! Where are you?” A shadow emerged from behind the emergency exit door that came up from the parte superior, arriba of the building. “Geez, Roy! tu give a girl a corazón attack…” The shadow moved out into the dimly lit area, and it most certainly wasn’t Roy.
“Hey babe.” Blade dicho coolly. I involuntarily blushed, and then quickly went back to normal. “Blade, I’m not in the mood for that today. Have tu seen Red Arrow?” I asked. He just smirked, “You mean, this Red Arrow?” He motioned for something, and a very large and muscular man came out dragging Roy, who was unconscious. “Seriously, Blade? I thought tu would be a bit más civilized than that!” He rubbed the back of his head with his hand, “Yeah, about that…” Another man came up behind me and wrapped his arms around me, so that I couldn’t escape. “…I’m on special orders. I’m fishing for bait, and you’re it.” “What? -“ I started. He just continued, “But since I don’t want to mess up that beautiful face of yours…” He pulled a rag out of his pocket. My first instinct was to struggle as much as I could to get out of there, which I tried. But it didn’t work; he was going to chloroform me. “…I get to do this.” He pressed it against my mouth and nose. I wanted to cough and yell, and to get out and see if Roy was okay, but I couldn’t. My vision started to blur. I was getting tired… And I fell deep asleep.