“Where should we look next?” Robin asked.
“Let's go back to Billy's,” Erin suggested. “I think Wally and I should take a quick look around the outside, see if there are any other lights on and such. Megan could check the inside.”
“Alright. Let's go. I'm starting to think our hunt is a wild goose, bata bukini chase.”
“How is this going to help?” Billy asked.
“Trust me! It'll help.”
“Hanging upside-down will help?! What are we? Bats?”
“No. But the zaidi wewe talk, the less human wewe might become.”
Becca smiled when no one else spoke and went over to Melody. She grabbed one of the files the girl was working on, flipping through it.
“Huh. I thought Cheshire was doing zaidi than working for the League,” she muttered. “Shows wewe what I know.”
“Becca, we have visitors.”
Becca looked over Melody's shoulder at the computer.
“Perfect,” she muttered.
She walked over to where the others were hanging upside-down. She cut them all free, immediately walking over to Billy. She knelt down in front of him.
“Billy, they're back again.”
“Jeez! I upendo seeing Willow and all, but I think the others hate me.”
“Get used to it. Beck, I need wewe on your computer just in case.”
The two boys got up to do as alisema and Becca started to nervously pace the room. Alexis came up to her, gabbing hold of her shoulders.
“Becca, calm down. The two have things covered! We won't let them take wewe away. Unless wewe want to go back.”
“No! I have been hurting for so long. I need to start fresh. Away from them.”
“Willow! Good to see wewe again! Everyone else too! What are wewe doing back?”
“We think your friend may have aliyopewa us the wrong place Becca was headed to.”
“Falcon's usually good with this stuff. C'mon. We'll call him.”
Billy led them back inside the house. The two speedsters hung back, waiting to sneak away. Megan was ready to slip into camouflage mode the dakika Billy turned away.
“Alright. Let me get Falc on the line. See what he has to say.”
Billy turned away, and the three went into action.
“Can I talk to him, Willow asked.
“Um, sure. Why not?”
The dakika falcon, kozi came on the screen, Willow spoke.
“Falcon. wewe gave us the wrong destination. Becca was never going to Arkham. Tell us where she is. Now.”
“Sure. Just let me do a quick check. Hmmm...oh I see where I went wrong. Two Romanian girls. Clicked the wrong one. Okay. Becca Stevens is....currently?”
“Yes. That would be nice.”
“Okay. She is currently at a dance studio. In...Star City.”
Willow thanked Billy before they left the house. They met the other three at the front gate.
“Okay. He knows something,” Willow announced.
“I knew it!” Wally exclaimed.
“Not Billy! Falcon. wewe can't have that much of a computer software o track someone. One person out of seventy-five billion! It's not possible!”
“Actually, it is,” Robin denied. “Batman has that kind of tech. The problem is, it needs a huge generator. I don't think falcon, kozi would have it.”
“You don't think he's using Becca as a generator do you?”
“I'm not sure. But I wanna know what the others found.”
“Several other rooms and several had lights on,” Erin said.
“Same here. But there's no sign of any people. It's like they all disappeared,” Wally stated.
“I didn't find any thing. No lights, no people.”
“That's strange. Someone is messing with our heads. Let's check out that lead and see what happens.”