“Why are we trusting her?” Erin whispered to Devin as Becca lead them through a tunnel.
“She's the only lead we have! And she loves Robin!”
“Used to! She abandonded me!”
“Do bạn have abandonment isues?”
“No! I just don't like being left alone!”
Devin rolled her eyes and walked faster. Erin walked faster tiếp theo to her.
“Seriously Dev. Becca left us for a month. Why would she suddenly just hiển thị up with the answer?! And if she had it this whole time, why didn't she free them herself?”
“Erin makes sene,” Sylver admitted.
“I'm sorry Dev but...what if Erin is right?”
“I believe we should just stop her now,” Court chimmed in. “What harm will it do if she is turning evil?”
Devin had to admit. They made good points. But what about Becca? She was being the leader. And Becca was usually right about these things. But the thêm Devin thought it all through, the thêm she felt like the other girls were right.
Becca could hear what the other girls were saying ab out her. And each was a stab in the heart. But she also knew how untrustworthy she was. Still...their words hurt her on a deeper level than they could ever expect. She shook her pained feeling aside and pushed through. She needed to stay strong for the team. For Young Justice. For Robin. As those thoughts stayed in her head, Becca walked faster. She saw a dead end and then a ladder. She put her foot on the ladder and started climbing up. A sudden inky black rope pulled her back and slammed her against the wall.
“What are bạn doing?”
“We're going up first! You've become suspicious and we aren't going to let bạn trap us!”
“Trap you? Why would I do that?”
“Ask Catwoman. She is your new best friend.”
Erin climbed toward the door.
“Erin! Stop! That thing needs a code!”
Too late. An alarm went off and a gas was sprayed inside the tunnel. They started coughing and They were all blacking out. In one last effort of heroics, Becca's eyes glowed amber. In a flash of silver, they all disappeared.