...f disgust- only to see that there were now *two*
Hydras slithering towards him, heads hissing with as much single-minded hate as
before.That left Beast Boy with the Basilisk. And he was not at
all happy.Oh geez oh geez
oh geez! he muttered, using all of the animal forms
he could think of to stay clear of the Basilisks gaze. It had to look at him
head- on had to have eye contact- and he was not going to give it a chance to
do that!The only way he could keep track of the Basilisk, without
seeing it, was to listen for its distinctive sounds. Its bone-rattling hiss.
The sound of its diseased-colored blue-grey scales scraping against the concrete.
Luckily, since the Basilisk could not be looked at, it had provided its
potential prey with plenty of things to listen for!PThe Basilisks
breath was suddenly hot on his neck. With an eep,
Beast Boy transformed into a mouse, scuttling into the safety of a slight
overhang on the curb. The Basilisks head struck once, twice, at the concrete,
before pulling back, and slowly approaching. Beast Boy shut his eyes as tight
as he could as the mighty serpents eyes drew level to the curb.Oh man oh man! he thought to himself. What am I going to
do?Raven stared evenly at the Sphinx. You are supposed to be
a master of riddles, creature, she said evenly. This riddle is much too
easy.Is it then? You have not yet answered it. Why not tell me
the answer and we shall see just how ea...