best friend a guy could have." Robin looked unfazed. "The rest of the team I
don't know if I get along with as easily. Cyborg's loud, Beast Boy's immature,
Raven's freaky, Terra's shift, and Starfire's... er... Starfire, no offense.""None taken," Robin said. He continued, undeterred, "Would you die for anyone
on the team?" That was a new question. Jinx was tempted to answer in a blatant
lie. But she held her ground, wondering if Robin was testing her in some way.
Desperately, she answered."Yes.""Who?" Robin asked again."You.""I see," Robin said, unaffected. Jinx swallowed hard. "Would you betray the
team?" He hadn't asked that the first time, for sure. Jinx paled, further.
"Well?" He didn't speak with malice. It surprised her considerably."I couldn't betray you," she said, making a sweeping gesture. However, her
eyes were dead set on Robin's, trying to read it. He moved out of the way. Jinx
decided to continue the character, "Why the questions?""I wanted to make sure of something," Robin answered, vaguely. "I'm not sure
what it is, but I had to make sure of it." Jinx nodded, and headed towards her
room again, Robin leaving in the opposite direction. Jinx found her door to be
blocked by Cyborg, who looked none too pleased to see her."Cesario," he s...