...right light shined through the window of her room that caught him off guard. However, underneath the blinding light, stood what Beastboy thought was nothing more than a figment of his imagination. It was Terra floating on a rock, glowing with the light shining from her helmet.
At that moment, Beastboy assumed it was just his dreams being projected in front of him, so he was quick to assume that none of what he was looking at was real.
“Beastboy,” the blonde vision of beauty said. “It’s me. I’m back.”
Being sarcastic, Beastboy replied, “Yeah. It’s amazing how dreams can seem so real.”
Looking confused, the girl replied, “A dream? Beastboy, it’s really me.”
“Yeah, that’s just what I wish was true,” he replied.
‘Terra’ looked at Beastboy, realizing why he was acting how he was. She quickly remembered the last time they were together just before she gave her life for him, and then had a vision of when she told him she didn’t know who he was.
“Oh no,” she said. “Beastboy, it’s not what you think. I really am Terra, but, I’m the Terra you remember, not the one you met a few days ago.”
“Stop it, just stop!” he exclaimed. “If you were the real Terra, you wouldn’t have forgotten me so easily that day I came to see you.”
Trying her hardest to convince him, ‘Terra’ said, “I know I s...