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Dr. Holiday dashed away from the warehouse and skidded to a stop when a flung katana landed at her feet. Six had told her to run but she couldn't, wouldn't, leave him. Her breath hitched at the sight of his sword. It takes allot for him to lose his grip on one of his precious weapons. She spun around, a renewed determination washing over her, just as all the sounds of fighting suddenly stopped.
There was a brief second where she feared the worst, but then she saw his calm visage walk out of the large building alone. She let out the breath she'd been holding. He looked unharmed, of which she was deeply thankful. She didn't know if she could continue to let him intercede for her in situations that risked his life. Her heart may not be able to take it.
She watched him walk towards her and the enormity of the last twenty-four hours hit her full-force. She started shaking uncontrollably.
It had all started when she'd been taken captive by a group of radicals who were
Generator Rex - RollercoasterRex had been dropping hints about his birthday for going on a fortnight now, and to the best of his knowledge, Six had been paying no more attention then usual. Even Rex asking when the mans birthday was got him no response.More Like This
But Holiday noticed Six seemed preoccupied. Seemed to be thinking an awful lot about....something. Then, while Rex was getting his usual check-up scan, he drifted over to her bookshelf.
"Would you mind if i borrowed one of your books doctor?" he asked a second later. She blinked, looking over at him. It was the most he'd said all morning.
She couldn't tell which book he was looking at, but she didn't mind.
"Sure, go ahead." she smiled. A grateful nod and when she'd turned her back again, Six slipped the book he needed into the folder he was carrying.
"Birthday tomorrow! Partayyy!" Rex announced.
"Did you ask Knight?" Holiday asked.
Rex pulled a face "i figure i'd ask him after breakfast, he can't say no on the day right?" he grinned hopefully.
Six just shrugged. De
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for making plans
about a future
that I couldn't see,
but you've stirred up
something in my mind.
You've taken a hold of
something deep inside of me.
Now, I think about
forget about how
took control of
my heart and every
single thought that I think.
You've changed my whole perception.
I've been making lists
and I'm starting
to believe in all
the things that I see,
and how I feel,
every single thought
that has entered my mind,
creationIt was one in the morning at the new base. And for once it was silent. Rex had fallen asleep after fighting EVOS all day and playing video games all night.More Like This
And amongst this rare silence slept Holiday, on a sleeping Six's chest.
This silence was broken when Holiday was aroused by a strange feeling in her stomach. It was unusual but felt natural at the same time.
Holiday ran a finger lightly up and down Six's well-toned stomach in an effort to rouse him from slumber. It didn't take long for Six's eyes to open.
He looked down at the culprit who had awoken him. "Holiday?"
"Hey" Holiday said whilst splaying her hand out on his chest once she realised he was awake.
"Are you okay?" the question laced with concern.
"Yeah I'm fine. I just wanted you to feel something." She reached for Six's hand and gingerly placed it to her lower abdomen. He removed it quickly when he felt something push against it.
"WHAT WAS THAT?" He said, quickly sitting up in bed.
"That, Six, is our creation moving into a
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"Whatt??" I hiss, whipping my head around to glare at the noise from the door.
I've only been at Providence for nearly two days, and I've already gotten completely irritated with that Mexican Evo kid. Rex has a serious look for once and I'm intrigued as he steps into the room. Normally, he'd bound in with a joyous smile and ask me if I want to go hang out with him and this supposed Noah friend of his. Of course, I rejected him with little remorse.
"We have a mission," he announces in an equally solemn voice.
I perk my brow at him curiously. "Hmm?"
"There's Evo activity. We have to go take care of it," Rex explains totally straight-faced.
A frown comes to my lips and I groan, knowing I'll miss my show that comes on in a half-hour. Reluctantly, I aim the remote at the tv and turn it off. With a rather slow gait, I remove myself from the couch and get ready to head out. Rex watches me patiently, as if this mission really isn't all that important -
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"Raven?" Her eyes flew open and she looked about her room, but did not see anyone there. "Raven?.."
The voice was not coming from outside, but echoed about in her mind. She closed her eyes and crossed her legs and screamed at him at the top of her mind, for she knew he scarce could hear her, "Robin? Where are you?"
"I don't know; I can't see, hear, or taste anything. You have to find me; you have to save me."
"I'll..." but before she could continue, he had cut her off.
"No, don't. They won't be able to help a frontal assault and..."
"You want to know who they are and why they've captured you."
"I told you we always had a connection."
"Is that how..."
"I can't think of any other reason. As if when you went in my head some part of me imprinted upon you..."
"Or you on me." For a moment, just a moment, the conversation paused and Raven could see his lips approaching hers.&
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Thunder boomed outside as a bolt of lightning illuminated the room. A shiver ran up Starfire's back as the thunder continued to roll overhead, sounding for all the world like something colossal charging about the heavens. As the sound died away, the heavy patter of the rain against the tower came back into earshot.
Ooooh, I do not know how you can stand it, Raven. the Tamaranian moaned, wringing her fingers again.
Starfire stood in front of the window, too anxious to rouse her power of flight. Raven assumed she had at least mustered enough 'righteous fury' to improve her strength, as lifting her weight otherwise ought to have been impossible. * She paced back and forth, stomach swaying from side to side because of her waddle, staring out towards the city.
Every flash of lightning cast her immense shadow across the room, made even huger by the projection. It looked like a beluga whale running across their walls whenever her curves were cast against them.