It was supposed to be quick and simple. All she would have done was cause some trouble, maybe kill a human or two, even steal something shiny, then leave. Unfortunately for Aura, she never expected to be caught, let alone taken to where it would all start. Her pack and even her mate warned her not to use the device and tried to keep it hidden and locked from her. But she had found it and used it without thinking of what would happen.
Right now she was sitting in a cell, on a very uncomfortable bed, staring out at the other inmates that were also locked away. Her ice blue eyes lazily shifted from Riddler, to Penguin, then to Two Face and a few others that stared at her with murderous, evil looks. The one thing that bothered her was there were only three female villains in the game and only two of them were in the asylum.
She had always wanted to go into the world of the game Arkham Asylum to meet the characters, mainly the villains. She had succeeded in appearing right near Gotham City, standing on the sidewalk; luckily it was night when she appeared and no one was around to witness her sudden appearance. At first, Aura couldn't help but stare in awe at the tall buildings and lights, almost wanting to start dancing around in joy. But instead she headed straight into the heart of the city, having appeared on the outskirts.
Not even five minutes later, Aura was running out of a building, laughing as blood covered her hands and shirt, her right hand holding a knife that had blood dripping from the blade. After she was a few yards away, she stopped and leaned against a wall, laughing and giggling at what she had done, the excitement she was feeling giving her an adrenaline rush. This was the first time Aura had ever killed anyone out of fun and entertainment for herself. It felt good to her as she slowly stopped laughing, taking in deep breaths to calm herself. Except her moment of calm was short lived as a solid blunt object hit her in the head with a hard force, knocking her unconscious.
By the time Aura regained consciousness, she was in Arkham Asylum in her own cell, laying on the one bed that was in the prison cell. The pain from her head came rushing to her too fast and she winced, sitting up and leaning against the wall. "Fuck...should've known better..." she said, cursing to herself.
As the pain in her head slowly went away, Aura glanced at the other prison cells around her, noticing many of the infamous villains of the game. And they were all staring at her, some with surprised looks, and others mostly looking at her with evil murderous looks. Aura couldn't help but smirk, guessing the news of what she had done had already spread throughout the whole asylum. She couldn't help but wonder if everyone knowing of what she did was a good thing or bad thing. So the only way she would find out was to wait.
Ignoring the looks she was receiving from the other inmates, Aura got off the bed and took a quick look at her cell, then stood in the center of her prison and closed her eyes. "I call upon the devil...arise for I wish to speak to thee..." she said softly.
No sooner had she spoken those words that the lights went dim, an evil presence making itself known. The other inmates were confused and some were even frightened. Then a tall figure stood in front of Aura, the figure being a lycan, but was nonetheless the devil himself. He stared down at Aura with his dark red eyes as she stared back up at him with her ice blue eyes.
After a moment of staring, he finally spoke to her. "Hello Aura."
"Hello Daviel." she replied, sounding less than happy to see him.
Daviel couldn't resist smirking at the sound of her voice. "What's the matter sister? Not happy to see me?" he asked.
Aura only glared at him. "Just send me back to the pack and leave me alone." she said in a commanding voice.
He growled at Aura as a warning. "Know your place sister." he snarled. "You do not have any command over me." then he crossed his arms. "And I'm sorry but I can't send you back." Daviel said, looking more pleased than sorry to tell her.
Staring at him with a look of worry and shock, Aura had to resist attacking her brother. "Why the hell can't you send me back?! You're the fucking devil! You have more power than me, especially since I haven't shifted yet and I'm still in my human body!" she spoke loudly, almost yelling at him.
Daviel growled lowly at Aura, slowly moving towards her, backing her up to the wall until he was an inch from her. "Don't ever speak to me like that. I have enough power to kill you a thousand times without tiring out." she stayed quiet, unable to look away from him as his red eyes held her eyes in his gaze. "I could easily kill you right here, right now...and this would all be over. But you know better than that. You've been to hell before so I'm sure you don't want to go back. Do you?" he asked, his voice low and demonic.
Aura shook her head no, not knowing what she had experienced when she died while in her lycan body, but she didn't want to find out any time soon. "No..." she muttered.
"Then you will know your place and never question me or my power." he backed away and turned his back to her. "I will not send you back...until you have learned your lesson. But...in return, I will give you the power to shift while you're stuck here."
She cautiously moved away from the wall, staying a foot away from Daviel as she moved to the bed. "And how will you give me that power?" she asked.
"Like this..." he whispered, before turning around quicker than Aura could react, biting down hard on her shoulder.
Aura barely had time to react as she let out a blood curdling scream as she felt her brother's teeth sink deep into her shoulder, feeling her warm blood running down her body, staining the shirt she was wearing. The pain from the bite was unbearable and she only screamed louder as he bit down harder, wanting to pass out to make the pain stop. But as fast as he bit her, Daviel quickly let go, pulling his sister into a tight hug. The hug itself calming Aura as the pain in her shoulder went away, the would slowly starting to heal as the blood dried. Aura was surprised, being distracted from the pain, when Daviel hugged her.
"I'm sorry for everything I've done to you...please forgive me..." he whispered to her, a single tear sliding down his face. "I still love you...and you will always be my sister." he hugged her tighter.
She was too stunned and shocked to say anything back for a moment until she finally found her voice to say something. "I love you too Daviel...and I'm sorry for everything I said to you..." she said, ready to cry as she hugged back. "You'll always be my brother..." she wished he would stay, wanting to take back every harsh thing she had said to him several months back and make it up anyway she could.
Unfortunately Daviel could not stay to protect and guide Aura, knowing she had to do this on her own, plus he had to return to his duty of being the devil. "I must go now. Remember that if you need my help, call my name and I shall help." he said, letting go of his sister as he started fading away. "Good-bye...my sister.."
Aura didn't want him to go, the feeling of being alone crushing her from the inside. "Good-bye...brother..." she said, her voice trembling as Daviel faded away, leaving her alone.