Prowl woke in a strange place.
A human's bed.
What was odder, everything looked larger.
Prowl investigated this, and discovered that he was, indeed, a human.
Albeit a human with mechanical parts.
He shrugged this off, and went to go meditate
Robin was a little less calm.
Probably because he woke up as a giant green robot, draped over the TV.
Even his voice wasn't his own.
Robin struggled to remember what happened last night
Bumblebee saw darkness.
All around him, Darkness.
It was a girl scream
Someone was playing a joke on him, right?
Bumblebee grabbed onto the wall, and began fumbling for the light switch.
Foolish, something said, there are no lights in Raven's room.'
Bumblebee was getting nervous; he began frantically running his hands along the wall, maybe?
Wait, hands? As in not Servos?
Beastboy should have been excited, he was a cool robot!
But, he could tell something was wrong.
His voice sounded, well, old.
What had happened?
Cyborg was NOT amused.
He was a little girl.
"Not funny, Bb!"
It was a very elaborate joke; he had to give Beastboy a little credit.
He had even changed his voice into an annoying little girl.
He got up, and started to look for him.
Even if he was a little girl, he could still get Beast-boy to undo whatever he did.
Now all he had to do was find him.
For once, Ratchet didn't feel used-up.
And then he saw himself.
He was not only an organic,
He was a girl.
Even his sighs had been changed, higher, and 'cuter'.
This would be a problem
Starfire felt odd.
And saw that she was no longer a Tamaranian, but a Cybertonian.
She frantically checked herself; it was well known that the Cybertonians were at a civil war; that one side was good, and the other evil.
She found her symbol, displayed proudly on the left shoulder.
It was red, and sort-of blockish, if you had seen the other symbol.
An Autobot. Good.
But how had this happened?
Bulkhead was small.
He got up, and searched for someone to tell him the answer.
He was too confused, and disoriented.
And then Sari jumped at him, out of a shadowy hallway,
That was all he managed to say, before she started to really attack him,
"Don't-you-Sorry-ME!" she said, with each punch,
Bulkhead was more startled, at how it hurt, and at her ferocity, than anything else.
"Change me back, Beastboy" she muttered.
Who was Beastboy?
Raven was on the roof.
She lay sprawled wildly, wind pushing slightly.
But only slightly.
Groaning, Raven pushed herself upright, and only then did she catch her first glimpse of herself.
The reason she hadn't before was because she was disoriented, presumably because she awoke in the semi-blinding sunlight, instead of in her nice, dark room. But back to the story
She was a robot. A yellow one.
This could only be Cyborg's fault.
In fact she saw him, sitting in the courtyard, he appeared to be
Raven leaped down to the ground, determined to get out of this body, and into her own.
Sari found herself in a grey room.
There were big weights lining the side wall, and a bunch of exercise equipment. She got up warily, remembering bits of the wild party last night.
She jumped when she saw someone else in the room, it was a guy.
He wore a red shirt, a black cape with a yellow underside, green pants and black boots.
After a few moments of them staring in silence like that, she remembered, his name was Robin.
"Your name's Robin, right?"
But he said it, at the same time she did. And his voice was the only one that she heard.
Stumbling Sari reached forward.
He did too.
Then she met the glass wall, and knew that it was a mirror.