I slowed down to walk beside Morgan. "It's not your fault," I said suddenly, startling her. "What?" "I said it's not your fault. Besides, out of the both of us, I definitely did worse. If anyone's supposed to look for an apology, trust me, it's definitely me." "And out of the whole group, I'm the worse. Or did the worse or whatever," a familiar, feminine voice joined in. "That's not true. You've done more for this team than I have!" Morgan protested to Aidan. Aidan shook her head. "Not a chance. I've done worse things than everyone else in the group combined," she told Morgan. "Yes, but then you found me and you quit your milkshake-planning days," I said with a smile. A slight smile appeared. "'Milkshake-planning days'!?" Morgan questioned. "Yes, I tried to plan the best way to take over the world, and then the universe, while drinking lots of chocolate milkshakes. It was actually quite enjoyable," She said with a wistful expression. "Yes, then I found her planning and destroyed everything and she didn't talk to me for about a year-" "Yeah, that was when I was, like, twelve." "-and then we had a duel, and if I won she would talk to me again, and if she won-" "-He would let me go back to trying to rule the world." "I won," I finished. "Wow. And now you two are together?" "Yes," we confirmed. "You guys have a weird relationship," Morgan commented. We shrugged. "Normal life is boring," I started. "We like adding a spark to ours," Aidan finished, a spark in her eyes. "So, yes, I did do worse than you, come join the group, and stop acting like an Aidan," I told Morgan. "Hey!" Aidan protested, pushing me. Morgan smiled slightly. "There we go!" I said as she smiled. Morgan produced a whole, small, shy smile. I grinned back and Aidan rolled her eyes. As usual.