Not even thinking of what would happen after she grabbed the trophy, she swiftly took it and held it close to her, smiling crazily. Then she jumped, being startled by a sudden voice after she took the trophy, only this time the voice did not belong to the Joker.
"Well it looks like you found one of the many trophies I have hidden for you Batman! But maybe I made this one too easy for you."
Aura blinked and stared at the trophy amazed for a minute, then started looking it over curiously to find a small button on the bottom of the trophy. In her mind she was saying not to push the button, but curiosity got the better of her and she pushed the button, giggling when she did.
"You wish this was Batman. Idiot." she said, wanting to laugh.
"Who are you?" he asked, sounding very pissed off that some girl had found the trophy he set out specifically for Batman.
She quickly stopped giggling and stayed quiet, unsure of what to say next. "Uh..." she lightly growled at herself, upset that she hadn't thought this through. "None ya damn business?" she said, laughing nervously.
Unfortunately she hadn't noticed the camera that was nicely hidden in the corner of the room as it came on and pointed at her, exposing her to the Riddler. "Oh...I know who you are. The crazy girl that was caught because of her own stupidity." he said smugly.
Aura could almost feel him giving a smirk of satisfaction and she growled louder. "Oh? So your stupidity also got you in here too? That's not surprising."
"I'm a lot smarter than you'd ever be. At least I wasn't stupid to get myself caught the way you did." he replied.
"Then tell me, how did you get caught? Was someone looking for your pot of gold?" this time Aura laughed, almost dropping the trophy.
Riddler was finally fed up with this girl and took out a phone, quickly dialing a number and waiting until someone finally answered. "Hellooo? Is this Eddie?" answered the Joker.
"Joker, I have some information on that girl you're looking for. I know where she is..." Riddler replied, grinning.
Aura instantly froze when she heard Riddler talking to the Joker, ready to give out where she was hiding at. And she knew it wouldn't take long for Joker's thugs to find the room she was hiding in. Quickly, being desperate, she started apologizing. "I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry! Please don't tell him where I'm at, please!" she begged, half yelling.
Riddler only ignored her pleas. "She's in the main office near the lobby. You'd better send someone after her before she gets away." he replied casually. "I have no use for her anyways." and with that said he hung up.
She glared at the trophy, slamming it on the ground but not enough to break it. "Fuck you Riddler! Wait until midnight! When I find you I'll cut your damn tongue out!" she shouted, frustrated and upset, her eyes glowing brightly.
Riddler only laughed as he watched Aura throw the trophy down, being amused at her little tantrum and threat. Then he stopped laughing when he saw her eyes glowing brightly, sending a chill down his spine when they glowed. And that's when the fear really set in. When Aura moved her hair aside from her face, revealing her left ear, Riddler could've sworn he saw her ear grow pointy and long, sort of like an elf, before it returned to normal.
He rubbed his eyes and looked again closer, rubbing his eyes, thinking his mind was playing tricks on him. Shrugging it off, he switched the camera off and leaned back in his chair relaxing himself, only to jump when he heard Aura's voice sounding dark and cold. "Riddle me this. What is six foot tall, has pitch black fur and the want to kill?" she spoke, responding when Riddler couldn't find himself to answer. "The lycan god." Aura responded, her other half wanting and ready to come out.
Aura had to get out of the building and fast. It would only be a matter of time before she was found. Unfortunately the office she was in didn't have any windows and the only door that was there led back the way she had come from. She was trapped with nowhere to go. Then she saw a vent on the side of the wall that looked like it had been moved. She stared at it, walking over to it and lightly grabbed the sides, barely pulling it as it suddenly came off.
"Weird..." she whispered.
"Consider that part of me helping you, seeing that you're a master at getting yourself in trouble." Daviel said.
"Oh shut up Daviel. You should know me better than that by now." Aura replied.
Without hesitating she quickly crawled into the vent, following it to where ever it took her while a dark shadowy figure put the vent cover back on the wall firmly, as if it had never been taken off. Luckily she had escaped just in time, as a few moments later several thugs came bursting into the room, having kicked the door open only to see nothing but the discarded Riddler trophy on the floor.
"Hey! Where'd she go!"
Fortunately for Aura the vent had led outside close to the ground, but she had to kick at the vent cover to get out. Once the vent cover had fallen off she quickly got out and hid in the shadows, hoping no one heard or saw her. After she waited for a few minutes, she stood up and looked at her surroundings, being very cautious and paranoid.
Then the Joker's voice came over the intercom once again, booming loudly outside. "Heellloooo? Has anyone found that girl yet? How hard is it for you idiots to find a defenseless girl? Hurry up and find her! The bat has already managed to get past my little traps I set for him!"
The Joker almost sounded desperate to find Aura, and she couldn't help but wonder what use she would be to him. She also had to decide where to go next. "You know you only have half an hour until you shift." Daviel said, his voice not startling Aura this time.
"I know. Why're you telling me this?" she asked.
"Just reminding you that since this is your first time shifting, it will hurt more than you can imagine." he said, appearing right beside her.
She looked at him, rolling her eyes. "I know that Daviel. I've listened to people shifting for the first time over the phone lots of times so I know how bad it'll be." she looked out at the other buildings of the asylum.
"Trust me, listening to it over the phone is nothing compared to experiencing it yourself." Daviel replied. "And I've been watching you. Are you trying to get yourself killed on purpose?" he said, almost shouting at her.
"No. I just had a little set back, that's it." she glared at him, but he had disappeared. "And thanks for leaving me alone...again."
"You know I can't stay and protect you all the time. I have a job to do." he answered.
"Okay then. Just help out a bit when I really need it." she said, then went back to deciding where she should go from there. Her eyes landed on the first building she saw, which happened to be the medical facility. "I guess I should go there next. Hopefully I'll be a little safe." then she carefully made her way over to the building.