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Blue Light

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This story is No. 3 in the series "By The Light". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Rona gets in a fight in the city she was sent to protect.

Categories Author Rating Chapters Words Recs Reviews Hits Published Updated Complete
DC Universe > Teen TitansDarkElfFR151290032,16110 Jan 0510 Jan 05Yes
Disclaimer: Don’t own any of it. Just the Idea.



Blue Light



Rona hated this town. She had been assigned to a place called Jump City.

And She really hated it.

“Argh, I am a Slayer. I am supposed to be fighting vampires and demons. Not Fucking Super Villains.”

This was said as she continued to dodge the pink hex bolts that Jinx continued to throw at her. And so far she hadn’t managed to land a good blow to the acrobatic girl. She was just to fast. ‘If I didn’t know better, I would almost think she was a slayer.’

This thought unfortunately took her focus for a split second, the second it took for one of Jinx’s blasts to score a direct hit. And she went flying back into the building behind her leaving an impression in the wall before slumping to the ground. And slowly she staggered to her feet.

“Wow, I’m impressed. You got up quicker then that little alien bitch did. But I don’t think you will get up from this.”

Rona shut her eyes, knowing that this was probably the end. But her eyes shot open as a feminine scream cut the night. She saw the tail end of a blast of blue energy sent Jinx flying.

“Sorry Jinx but I can’t let you take anyone down in my town.”

Jinx staggered up, stared at Cyborg. Then Shrugged and flipped away.

Cyborg sighed, and turned to face the Rona.

“You okay?”

“Yeah, thanks.”

“What were you doing fighting with Jinx?”

“She needed to be taken down.”

“You got guts girl. Lets go get something to drink.”

“Sounds good to me.”

And as she walked away with the large mostly metal man, one thought came to her.

‘This Town ain’t as bad as I thought.’

The End

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