Tears burned in Raven’s eyes. She was almost angry sat her own weakness, but her current predicament demanded all of her attention, leaving no time for anger. Instead, she muttered her mantra over and over again, her hands pressed tightly against Beast Boy’s stomach as she strained to heal the wounds etched into his skin.
It was bad. It was very, very bad.
Her hands were slick with blood, his blood, and the changeling had long since gone unconscious. But Raven wasn’t about to give up; she’d waste herself away if she had to.
“Stay with me,” she gasped, her breath hitching. “Stay with me, Garfield. Azarath, Mentrion, Zinthos!”
His ragged breathing was his only response, growing more and more labored as time went on.
Her hot tears blurred her vision and stung her cheeks.
“Azarath, Mentrion, Zinthos!”
Somewhere deep inside, she knew this was futile. That if he wasn’t better already, it wasn’t likely she could fix this. But Raven couldn’t except that. She just couldn’t.
Instead, she clung to his broken, bleeding body, chanting and crying with all her might.
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