She threw herself against the mural with no results. Her breathing was labored and her body ached.
“Give it a rest. You'll damage yourself more.”
She turned to the voice. The red head leaned against the far wall, playing with a deck of cards.
“We have to get out. I can't stay here. WE can't stay here!”
“Eh. Just relax. Come play with me.”
“What?! No! We HAVE to get out! We have to warn them! Have to save them!”
“Becca calm down.”
She looked to the only other occupant. The dark haired angel was floating, meditating.
“Devin, we need to get out! Think about Dick! The team! Think about Fang!”
“I never stopped thinking about him Becca. But we aren't getting out the way you want to. Every fortress has their weak point. We just need to find it.”
“Well we aren't going to the way you're doing nothing but meditating and the way Erin is just sitting there playing with her stupid cards!”
The heard a soft click noise and turned to the red head. She was looking at Becca. In her hand was a card. It had burst into a light blue flame, but it wasn't burning.
“I have mais up my sleeve than speed, warrior. Remember, I was infused with multiple DNA to be a perfect weapon. The ultimate at everything. Don't try me.”
The two glared at each other until Devin released a sigh.
“Becca, Erin is storing up energy. The minuto we're free, we'll need to fight. I'm doing the same, but I'm also doing other things.”
“Like what Dev?” Erin asked.
“Checking on the team, Dick, Tommy, Fang, and looking for the weakest point. Becca, rest.”
Said warrior gave a low growl and started muttering, but did as she was told. Erin smiled and went back to her game. Devin closed her eyes again. imagens flashed before her mind. Tears slipped from her beneath her eyelids. Looks like our luck has run out. Things will be different this time. For everyone. I wish we had never found out.