It was a normal night in Trephis City. Young children in bed. Parents spending time to themselves, coming home from work and eating dinner. Teenagers hanging out passed curfew. Everything was fine until the lights went off in one house. Soon, the street lights and lights to stores around the house went out. Eventually the blackout in the area spread throughout the whole city. Candles were lit, but it didn't help much with the dark, you could only see what was within two feet in front of you. Kyle/Kelly Richardson "Kelly? Where are you?" A young boy called in the dark. The twins were left home alone for the night when the darkness took over the city. "The same place I've been since before the blackout," Kelly said sarcastically. She didn't know it, but Kyle rolled his eyes at her comment. Instead of trying to remember where she was before the lights went out, he used the direction her voice came from. Kyle grabbed her hand, knowing it would be a bit low since she was shorter than him. "I think there is a candle downstairs. Stay close," Kyle stated, immediately taking charge, even if Kelly was his twin and could have had the same oppurtunity to be in charge. Kyle was just simply more mature. He acted more like a grown adult, dispite his young age. They managed to get downstairs without falling and light the candle. "This hardly even works," Kelly stated. She was only able to her brother's face. "I know, but it will have to do. We have no flashlights." Kyle stated, all the while he couldn't help but think something was off. He took out his cellphone and dialed in their parents' number. After a conversation on the phone they found out every light in the city was out, adding to Kyle's suspision. "Something wrong, Kyle?" Kelly asked her twin, knowing something was bothering him. "This isn't right. None of this seem right." The boy seemed to be in deep thought. "Kyle... a few years ago something similar happened. Calm down, it's just a blackout." Kelly said, before on her way to walk off. She would have been able to leave too, if it weren't for Kyle who grabbed her arm. "No, this time it seems different. I just...just let me call a couple other people." Kyle thought it'd just be best if maybe he let their friends in on his suspision. He created a group call, to make it easier and keep from repeating himself.