OOC: This is a one-shot that me and robinluv14 wrote together. We were really bored so this is kind of insane. Like really insane. It’s really random, and not on the timeline of our other stories or the rest of the wall. Which is why Fin is alive and Delta isn’t a traitor and all that. Well we wrote most of this before the Delta thing. We were just too lazy to finish it and post it.....Well I’m rambling, as usual, so here. Read. If you dare.
The sun had set, and gray dusk had overtaken Happy Harbor. Most of the team was piled in the cave, in the lounge, the kitchen, or in their respective bedrooms. Robin was standing in the main room, tapping his foot anxiously. He looked down at his wristwatch impatiently, head swinging back up towards the zeta tubes. “They should be back. They left early this morning, they should be back.” Delta smiled at him. “Hey, it’s Fin and Aisling. I’m sure they’re absolutely fine. They can handle a couple of druggies. It’s a joke we even gave that to them. They’re the only ones not affected by the whole Ravenna-Cadaver-Gage attack.”
From the infirmary came Fang’s protesting apology. “I can’t control that!”
“Shut up, bird-brain, I know you can’t.” Delta chuckled, then shook her head at Robin, giving him a look that said, don’t worry about it
A blaze of bluish-yellow light tore Robin from his thoughts. Recognized, Infinity. B08. Tiger Storm. B09
. Delta smiled. “See? I told you they were fine.”
Robin didn’t answer, turning instead to where his sister and her friend were about to arrive. He was met by a pair of childish giggles and squeals of delight. Fin came in, her black curtain of hair fluttering down past her shoulders and down to her mid-back. She saw Robin, giving a small yelp of excitement, then dashed to where he was, embracing him in a large, tight hug, giggling in a way that seemed almost uncontrollably. Aisling followed, skipping, with an uncharacteristically large grin plastered on her face.
“Hi Robbie!” she squealed, following Fin’s example and squeezing him passionately. Robin flushed. Since when did Aisling take such interest in him? And even worse, since when did she hug
Fin gave a tiny glare from behind her sunglasses, which Robin noticed were cracked. She pushed playfully at Aisling’s shoulder. “That’s my brother, you can’t hug him! Only I get to hug my Robbie!” Aisling ignored her, her grin getting impossibly wider.
“Hey Robbie, wanna play
Robin’s face went from a pale pink to deep magenta. “I do not
want to play,” he growled forcibly. “What’s gotten into you two, anyway?”
The girls apparently found this quite amusing, and burst into fits of giggling that sent them rolling on the floor, shaking with laughter. As Fin paused to take a breath, her eyes settled on Delta, who was watching her strangely. She jumped up quickly and made a mad dash for her sister, who began to back away, but wasn’t fast enough and received another bear hug.
Aisling brightened. “Maybe Delly wants to play! Come on Delly, we’re gonna play!”
Delta gave a slight shudder, then smiled nervously at the girls. Just humor them
she thought. Maybe that’ll shut them up.
“W-What are we going to play?”
Fin giggled and poked Aisling in the arm. “Tell her, tell her, tell her! I’m hiding first, though!” And with that she leapt up into the air and flew away into another room, giggling madly.
“You’re it first, Delly! You gotta count to fifty though, reallllly slow, and no peekies!” Aisling laughed and ran after where Fin had disappeared, leaving Delta in confusion and despair. Robin watched where they had left, then turned to Delta. “What the fuck just happened?”
Before Delta was able to reply, a squeal came from the other room. “Shhhhhhhhh...” Aisling’s voice came. “We can’t tell them where we’re hiding! Where are you hiding, anyway?”
Fin’s voice returned, a loud harsh whisper. “Over here! Code R! Don’t tell anyone!”
Robin groaned. “Does Code R mean what I think it means?”
Delta shrugged. “Probably. We should find them now.”
Robin nodded. “We should just play along with them,” he whispered.
Delta cupped her hands to her mouth. “Ready or not, here I come!” With Robin in tow, she set off, hearing Aisling’s muffled, indignant squeal. “That was not
Delta ignored it, and, unsure of what she would find, she slowly opened the door to Robin’s room. She surveyed the room carefully, checking the ceiling and behind the door. In a softened voice she pretended to not be able to see the enormous lump of blankets on the bed. “I wonder where Fin is..” she remarked, and received a loud giggle from the blanket pile. “There! Got you, Fin!” Fin sighed and poked her head up from under the covers, her glasses now buried somewhere in the confusion of fabrics, and her blue eyes glistening with mischief. Robin now stood in the doorway, grimacing. “That is so wrong in so many ways, I don’t even want to--” He was interrupted by Aisling’s loud scream from another room,
“RUN FIN, RUN!”
Fin had already heeded this advice, already dashing down the hallway, cackling insanely. Robin stopped, the exasperation turning his face red with rage, then took off after her. “Fin!” he shouted. “Dammit, Fin, slow down!”
“It’s hide and go seek tag
, Robbie! She can’t slow down!” came Aisling’s mysteriously distant voice. “Run, Fin-Fin, run!” Robin growled in frustration, reaching for his belt and launching a rope at her feet. She tripped and fell onto her face, still giggling, and smiled up innocently at her brother. “Hiya, Robbie!” Aisling’s scream of indignation came once again. “You cheated! Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater!” she sang, as Robin tied Fin’s wrists and threw her over his shoulder. “Shut up
,” he muttered, then set off towards the infirmary once more.
Fin grinned happily as Robin locked her wrists to the chair. She was humming a familiar child’s tune. However, she didn’t seem to mind that much as she watched Robin walk in front of her and stare at her coldly, but hiding confusion.
Delta came in with a drink of water, which she forced into Fin’s mouth. “So what’s wrong with her, some rare form of insanity?”
Fang groaned from his cot. “Dumbass, it’s obviously valium. I don’t even wanna know
what happens to them.”
Robin nodded. “Makes sense. She probably wouldn’t sit still for the blood test though.”
Delta grinned, and turned to Fin, who held the water in her cheeks. “Swallow!” she enforced at the insane, drugged teen, but Fin simply shook her head and watched Delta with precariously curious sapphire eyes.
At that moment, the infirmary door burst open, and a still-beaming Aisling skipped in. “You guys didn’t find me!” she whined, but quickly she brightened, blue-green eyes glinting with excitement. “Guess what guys?”
Robin ignored her, and continued to glare at the deliriously happy Fin.
Aisling didn’t care though. “Guys! Guys! You wanna know what I am?”
“Insane,” Delta muttered under her breath.
With that, Aisling abruptly broke into song. “Oh, I’m a gummy bear
Yes, I'm a gummy bear!
Oh, I'm a yummy, chummy, funny, lucky gummy bear!
I'm a jelly bear, cuz I'm a gummy bear,
Oh I'm a movin', groovin', jammin', singin' gummy bear!” She accompanied her gleeful serenade with some sort of strange dance, which consisted mainly of hopping back and forth and waggling her rear end in Robin’s face.
Delta, watching this strange spectacle, paid no mind to what her captive sister was doing, and was greeted with a jetstream of warm water in the side of her face. She turned to Fin, who gave a wide grin, then overturned the chair she was sitting in, and picked the cuffs on her ankles. She leapt up and ran past Aisling, who had since gone into the second verse of her song. A couple seconds later, Aisling had background music to go with her dance, as the Gummy Bear Song was now blasting from every speaker in the cave. Robin’s eyes narrowed. “She must’ve hacked the loudspeaker system,” he growled. At that moment, Fin skipped into the infirmary, a triumphant grin on her face. “I hacked the loudspeaker system!” she announced. Aisling paused her vivacious choreography to giggle loudly and slap her on the back. “Sweet!” she giggled.
“Hey!” Fin remembered. “What about hide-and-go-seek tag?”
Aisling giggled. “You never caught me
, Robbie!” And with that, she took off running, sprinting down the hallways and just barely avoiding falling flat on her face. Robin, with a renewed determination, tore after her.
Fin’s excited shriek rang out. “Use your lasso, Ashy!”
Aisling grinned, remembering, and bent down quickly, straightening up with a long coiled rope in her hands. Robin didn’t know where she pulled it out from, and as he came to the conclusion that he didn’t really want to know, his ankles snapped painfully together and he shot up into the air. Seconds later, he found himself dangling by his ankles from the ceiling, attached only by Aisling’s rope. Below, Aisling giggled and clapped her hands together, and Fin emerged, grinning. “Delly!” she squealed, as Delta emerged from another hallway, and before she knew it, she was hanging next to Robin in the rafters.
“Ashy, let’s get the rest of the team!” Fin shrieked, and the two took off running, more ropes trailing behind as they searched for their next victims. Delta looked at Robin questioningly, and he shrugged.
Half an hour later, Delta and Robin had company: the entire team was suspended from the ceiling, and they were furious. Fin and Aisling were nowhere in sight--Robin couldn’t even begin to imagine the kind of mischief the drugged girls must be getting into--and Robin decided that as soon as he got down from the ceiling, he was going to murder his sister and her friend.
Speaking of that, he thought, how would
he get down? He looked at Delta..only she wasn’t there. His head swung down: Delta had just landed on the ground, and was staring up at him. “Here! Catch!” she called up to him, and a knife in its sheath came flinging up to him. He quickly caught and unsheathed it, and began hacking at his bonds. Finally, they came undone, and he dropped silently to the ground. “We should probably go find them, then,” Delta said, and Robin agreed. The two of them took off through the cave.
After twenty minutes of looking, and with no luck, Robin and Delta were about ready to give up. They were walking down one of the hallways when Delta spotted a half-open door. “Have we looked in there yet?” She asked. Robin thought for a moment, then shook his head.
“I don’t think so.”
“Well, it’s always worth a try,” Delta remarked, and they slowly pushed open the door.
Inside, the two siblings could barely believe their eyes. It was a spare bedroom, and laying on the bed was an extremely exasperated-looking Roy. The two girls were seated on top of him, Fin straddling him in a way that absolutely screamed sexual tension, had she not been drugged, and Aisling leaning over and stroking his hair, staring intently into his sapphire-blue eyes.
“Are they really...seducing him?” Delta asked, incredulous.
Robin nodded gravely. “Yeah. Good thing it’s just Valium though.”
Fin, apparently, had heard that, because she turned around to face the two onlookers in the doorway. Robin noticed that she wasn’t wearing a mask or
sunglasses, a fact that angered him, for some reason. She cocked her head slightly to the side, and an all-knowing smile spread across her face.
There. You’re alive. Hopefully. Maybe a little emotionally scarred, but.... God, I love these things. COMPLETE RANDOM INSANITY FTW!!! Okay I’m leaving now.........