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OH MY GOD
My girlfriend just pointed out that, because Garnet was actually the first cross-gem fusion, and homeworld had NEVER seen that before, it is basically 100% guaranteed that Garnet is the one who gave them the idea for the cluster.
No WONDER Garnet was so upset about the clusters she found. Not only do they spit in the face everything she is. She’s the reason they exist.
>you will never have jasper gently make love with you
>good art of baby Garnet already
Who the hell do these people work so fast?
So, while searching for the drawing of Ruby fisting a frog for the anon who wanted to see it, i found one where i turned Steven into our favorite WW2 leader.
When Malachite appears again the hype is going to be too much for these threads to handle.
smug garnet while angry dorito screams
if this is recognizable give or take some limbs, you're not actually crazy
yep, I thought the same.
I think it goes further: The CG didn't win the war, Homeworld was just like "meh, ok, let them have fun for some centuries and then we come back to get our zombie"
>why is there a /sug/
What was the reaction, what did I miss?
Is the Garnet the first time Rose and Pearl saw fusions of different types of gem together?
Homeworld used Garnet as an inspiration to create the cluster gems.
The rebellion used Garnet as an inspiration to fuse with each other to access other forms.
I'd bet that cross-gem fusions had happened before, but they were probably reviled and kept in secret. Garnet was a "disgusting" display of public cross-fusion that was much easier to ignore.
I'll bet that her joining the rebellion definitely gave them ideas of weaponizing cross-fusions though.
this time connie is up for sex
>no rough sex, followed by her gently cuddly my aching body
Feels bad man
Am I the only one who wants Blue Diamond to suck my cock? Just look at her lips
I hope Blue Diamond becomes the villain everyone was hoping Yellow Diamond to be.
Cold. Elegant. Manipulating. Planning.
A couple of ideas, based on the last episode for the first and leaks for the second.
General rebellion timeline;
>Rose rebels for some reason ~5750 years ago, possibly 5776 for Jewish reasons.
>Rebellion starts off small, slowly gathers more followers starting with Garnet.
>From ~5750-5500 years ago, most of the Rose-related ruins are built on Earth.
>~5500 years ago something goes down that pushes things into an outright war.
>The four Diamonds are two pairs of contrasting personalities. >Blue and Yellow Diamond are one pair, with Blue being calm, thoughtful, and lawful while Yellow is energetic, impulsive, and chaotic. >White and Pink are the other pair, with Pink being loving, emotional, and experimental while White is cold, calculating, and traditional. Pink is not necessarily Rose Quartz, but Rose was probably a follower of hers at some point. The Diamonds lead different gems based on these personality traits, which line up with their general color schemes as well.
Who's Pearl was our Pearl? White Diamond's or Rose's?
Also, our Pearl being considered a "terrifying" badass is never gonna stop being funny.
>WHEN ARE THEY GOING TO GET TO THE FIREWORKS FACTORY
WHEN YOU DEFEAT SPIKE AND TRAVEL TO EVENING LAKE.
So if it wasn't for Garnet wouldn't they have even considered the possibility of fusing unalike Gems?
Does that mean that ultimately the initial idea for the Cluster is all her fault?
>the eventual flashback episode showing Pearl being passed over for leadership in favor of Garnet
How much crying will there be?
today episode will be the most boring of the bomb, who is with me?
I wodner what happened to all of them,
did they all die,
or were they damaged and all those monsters were actually their allies back in the day?
>but Lapis story dismisses this theory
>Pink Diamond; when?
nah i'm pretty hyped to see slightly taller steven
Nah, I don't think cross gem fusions has happened before at that point because Ruby was afraid of touching Sapphire. Sapphire was a high class gem and Ruby was a low class gem, there must be a hierarchy system where lower gems are crushed for being too close to high class gems.
Considering how cross fusions only happened when gems touch or share a bond, the likes of this happened between different hierarchies is unlikely. Also Jasper was a warrior gem who heard of cross gem fusions but never had the chance to try it before because she finds it disgusting like every other gem from the homeworld.
Plebs can't fap to dat neck.
Also people think she's going to be some Jasper-esque warrior hothead from the one screenshot we have of her being angry at (probably) Peridot. But we don't have any actual information of her personality.
White diamond will be the last boss, BD and YD are mid bosses.
Assuming that we'll get a gem from each diamond to join the Crystal gems, we'll probably see a yellow gem then blue gem join them and a white gem later on.
>Johnson, after seeing that disgusting display of anus-penile insertion, I have grown intrigued at the possibility of weaponizing it to make our forces more powerful, fashionable, and possibly better at coordinating furniture. We need an experiment with rigorous scientific protocol, get me at least 100 dismembered anuses and an equal or greater amount of penises. And please send out a memo to not use any childish euphemisms or crudities among staff; we're scientists, not fourth graders.
I want there to be a coup when YD inevitably fails where one of the others (hopefully BD, but maybe not) brutally and mercilessly climbs to power over the broken ranks of her sisters' armies.
I'd say probably not, I'm sure their relationship had many awkward hurdles at first before they decided they wanted to be that way all the time. But for the sake of the show, might as well be since they will probably never cover anything more on Garnet's origin.
It might be the first time most of them had seen it, though. I'd imagine that either there's a taboo with no real point because the very first Diamond was like 'fusion between different gem types is lame' or the first cross-gem fusion (not Garnet) caused a lot of chaos and destruction.
>That gem we saw in the leak is really BD
>she is corrupted
>[cue dramatic trailer music]
>in the dystopian future (actually past)...
>where homosexuality is law...
>and heterosexuals are outlaws...
>only one gem...
>stood up for what's right...
>"Pearl, I'm going to stay here and fight..."
>War of the Roses: Revenge of the Cis
Would you pay to see it?
I dunno. I could definitely make them making Garnet be the first cross-Gem for symbolism's sake, but I kind of like the idea that a rare few pairs of Gems found ways to keep their relationships secret while still having them. Ruby and Sapphire both shared slightly romantic looks with each other and I think that could happen to others. Maybe somewhere out there there was a Peridot that fell for some noblegem's Pearl, and the two fused in secret. They got found out, and were shattered without a second thought.
It's just guesswork, but Garnet seems to be metaphor for a proud, solid, but taboo relationship. Other Gems might have committed the taboo as well, but never in the way that she did: out in the open, exploratory, and eventually unashamed.
>white diamond was on Earth
I wonder what happened to White Diamonds Pearl.
My only complaint with Peridot is that they're pushing her :3 face HARD.
Like she did it maybe twice in her first episode but now she always has it.
She became a spooky renegade
Slightly? But I think Pearl's "defect" is just that she refused to take orders from her master and became a renegade. Peridot called her "a fancy one" so I don't think it's anything wrong with her physical form.
>*teleports behind you*
>Pfft. Nothin' personnel, kid.
We finally get to see Rose in a fight, and does that.
I can't be the only one who finds that funny.
That kinda relationship would require different types of gems to interact and not work all the time on their tasks.
Like Pearls are just servants to important gems
Peridots will be along fixing everything
Quartz would fighting all the time
Lapis on terraforming
and etc. The chances of having a relationship like that without being part of the rebellion is unlikely.
Rose had her sword in Sworn to the Sword but not in The Answer, so presumably Rose can literally tear 15 foot tall flame warriors limb from limb with her bare hands. Also she can pretty much fly.
This makes you think. There were enough Gems crushed into shards to fill up the entire core of the planet.
Where did they all come from?
Are these the Gems created on Earth, or were they imported?
>Pearl in the eighties
>Actually looks like a child
>Pearl 5000 years ago
>Appears to be full grown
I dont really mind. Just an interesting observation.
Maybe it was the hair
Destabilizer CQC confirmed.
It's a fucking crime that they no longer draw Garnet ass shots now that she has that costume that lewdly divides her cheeks down the middle. I've had to wait more than a year for this.
you know, people bash slavery, but there's something to be said for knowing what your purpose is 24/7 and always having somewhere to belong. How many of you have that?
Imagine, waking up every morning knowing exactly who you are and where you need to be that day.
My guess is they wanted to keep the number of casualties down to a minimum. Sapphire's powers of predicting the future were most likely unheard of among Homeworld Gems, so she was highly valued and given a high social status due to her useful abilities.
I guess it depends on how "tight" Gems' schedules are? A Pearl and a Peridot might be a bad example since they'd be unlikely to even meet. But say, maybed, a Pearl and a Sapphire or a Ruby? Rubies are on guard duty a lot, and Pearls would be serving Gems around the courts. Then they spend their lunchbreak fusing in secret?
Eh, we'll find out soon enough.
What makes you think Lapis Lazuli were terraformers? I'd peg them as something like artists or "expression" Gems that helped keep things looking nice and ornate.
The gems can be crushed. Just being hurt makes the Gems completely vulnerable. We saw that even falling on a rock could have killed Amethyst. That doesn't seem so invincible to me.
This is the best Garnet booty shot in existence, from Keeping it Together
YD needs to have a theme about as dramatic as this.
BD didn't even get a theme, which is odd.
I don't know who it was, but I don't think this episode was their best storyboarder. Animation was off and I have to imagine a better storyboarder would have given a little more unique flare to the other Rubys and Ruby fusion.
There are some decent fight and some good dance scenes in the show, but other times (like this), it's very weak sauce.
There were two Lapises. The first was our Lapis, the second with her gem on her chest was a different one.
>serving Gems around courts
I think Pearls are much rarer then we've come to believe.
Blue Diamond had a SINGLE pearl attending her. One. And that is one of the rulers of the Gem race.
>the diamonds become steven´s upgrades
A little, yeah. At least give us some silhouetted CGs that we haven't met proper yet.
Garnet said the rebels were a small group at the time, but was this really implying that the Crystal Gems literally only consisted of Rose and Pearl? Recruitment was damn slow apparently.
>there's something to be said for knowing what your purpose is 24/7 and always having somewhere to belong.
Only if it's something worthwhile, and something you chose.
"You get to stand in for a basic machine, because it's cheaper to feed you than maintain it" is a pretty shitty purpose.
I mean, who are they fighting if they need to produce diplomacy gems before the rebellion happened?
Not to mention having an immensely large army. There's probably a lot of alien worlds out there but I doubt they'll explore them.
Which is funny because in real world, amethyst/quartz is among some of the hardest minerals on Earth, somewhat behind diamonds. And yet her gemstone cracked from falling on a rock.
I imagine the cluster's mostly made of quartz, rubies, rogue pearls, and any other cannon fodder that we've haven't seen yet
>Then they spend their lunchbreak fusing in secret?
Something can't really be taboo unless there are a small number of people actually doing it. Otherwise it would simply be unheard of.
>Lapis saw Garnet
>was in the crowd that tried to linch her
>servant of BD
No wonder she was put into the mirror. I'm surprised she wasn't just shattered for the trouble.
Gems choose their own form and it changes with their emotional state and physical needs. 5700 years ago was a time of personal turmoil and war and Pearl needed to be more than she was, she needed to be terrifying. 30 years ago, Pearl and the others were living a charmed life, she wanted for little and needed little.
I would imagine not every planet used for gem reproduction is inhabitated by cavemen, like Earth was (okay, they were bronze age humans, whatever). Some probably put up a good fight.
You don't have a gem that can control liquid on a planetary scale just for art.
Lapis is most likely a terraformer, how else would you explain all the temples or gem buildings surrounded by water all the time, they needed someone to pull the water away while they build.
Ok, it seems:
Pearls may be VIP bodyguards and beasts in combat
Gems have a full on royal system, complete with aristocracy and nobles. Would have preferred them to be more pragmatic, them being a sci-fi empire and all.
The rebellion began as Rose and Pearl waging a guerrilla campaign against homeworld. Either that or Rose is dumb enough to raid a heavily guarded gem HQ by herself.
I liked that in the montage they showed Ruby and Sapphire being fascinated by Earth.
Because Rose's agenda was "protect the Earth." So when Garnet heard Rose's reason for rebelling, she accepted it more easily.
They look like they feel. Pearl being a synthesized gem might of course be an exeption, even everyone on homeworld might be an exception as they feel the pressure to conform. That's why Ruby didn't feel different when she fused with rubies: they were all the same. But returning to the subject: Pearl at war needed to be a grown-up, Pearl in times of relative peace had the luxury to relax and be nurtured by Rose as a youth, maybe with Amy being a baby at the time they even decided to simulate a human family.
It wasn't pointed, IIRC. She just fell flat on it.
As for brittleness, not really. There's a thing called Mohs scale, which is used to determine the hardness of gemstones, and it goes from 1 to 10; 1 is the weakest/most fragile, 10 is the hardest. Amethyst/quartz crystals rank at 7 which is pretty damn high, and diamond is 10.
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YKuYjY3d40 starts playing
Pearls don't fight, Peridot said they were just essentially high class maids.
Our Pearl only picked up the sword to protect rose and got poofed thousands of times before she got good.
I know that, but that suggests the use of some WMD that destroyed Siberia, not gradual Gem warfare which eventual tore it up. In the image you can see the homeworld base at the centre, probably at ground zero, that doesn't suggest warfare as much as controlled detonation.
I saw the Lapis with the jewel on her back easily. Didn't catch any more Lapises though.
I thought there would be other Sapphire colors, with blue being rare for her ability or some shit.
>Pearl morphs into child to live out family fantasies with Rose
I wanna see a Homeworld Quartz go all "TRAITOR!" on our Amethyst.
Ah. Hadn't thought of that. Damn, Lapis is scary.
That's what I'm saying. A small number of cross-Gem fusion relationships that were usually stomped out before they could defend themselves. Garnet is the first time one of those relationships was able to escape to freedom.
Did anyone ever doubt the multiples of each gem "theory"? I mean, there's only so many gemstone types in existence. Kind of a logical conclusion, really.
>jasper will never slowly stroke your cock
>she will never snicker as you moan from her tight grip
>she will never pick up the speed and begin jerking you at light speed
>she will never laugh as you explode all over her hand
>she will never lick your vital essence off of her fingers
>she will never give you a big kiss on the cheek
>jasper will never be real
I wish someone would draw in a layer over dem asses giving them some definition like that one guy did for Adventure Time long ago.
It actually makes some sense that cross gem fusions are reviled. Gems are obsessed with social castes to the point of downright stupid decisions ("LEL KILL THIS FUCKER EVEN THOUGH SHE JUST SAVED MY PRIZED SEER LOLOLOLOL"), so anything even remotely upsetting to the social order will not be accepted.
That may be the reason for the "defective pearl" comment.
Also, notably, Garnet described Pearl as "terrifying". Probably because it would be the equivalent of something extremely unexpected, like a dog standing on two legs in a suit pointing a shotgun at you. Yeah, might see that in fiction but seeing that in real life is would be immensely disconcerting.
I assumed they had more individual appearances, but clearly they don't.
Or at least, CN can't be fucked to pay for a crowd of unique looking Gems
Joe/Jeff are the storyboarders that are assigned the action-y episodes. Even then, it still comes out kind of meh, although from looking at their storyboard samples I think it's more of the animation studio's fault.
Still, I feel like the episode made up for it with the fantastic backdrops
I imagine that anon in this situation would be bound and gagged, his limbs completely bound behind his body, wearing a cute little collar and a name tag with Jasper's name on it.
I want steven universe to become a warhammer 40k knockoff by making humanity turn against the gem invaders.
Humans spent a couple of generations making a secret army and spaceships ever since the crystal gems fended off earth the first time, yd comes back and is greeted by the glorious army of the human empire. The empire goes into space and finds the homeworld and conquers it, uses gem tech to make space marines.
Make some general become the emperor methaphor.
I wonder if Diamonds go to war with one another.
We don't actually know if there are warrior gems though. We have just seen bodyguards. Also I doubt Homeworld ever fights alien species. They seem pretty dismissive of the capabilities of all gem life and only gave one of their techs a BODYGUARD after they discovered gems left on Earth. Also, beside the handship beams and light canons, we haven't seen much in the way of weapons of war. The destabilizers look more like policing weapons. For all we know Homeworld knows little of war and is more of a inward looking police state.
The face on these fuckers.
>yes, let the lewdness run trough you
>embrace the lewd side of the fusion
That would be no problem considering the crowds of humans we have seen. I would say that this is simply an artistic decision by the crew so we don't get to see any gems before we are supposed to see them. Like with BD's voice, who was just voiced by Garnet.
There are lots of gems with Lapis's Teardrop cut, but they're all different shades of blue including this one on the left which looks like our Lapis. And then there's this one on the right who looks a lot like Lapis, but seems to have the gem on the front.
>you know, people bash slavery, but there's something to be said for knowing what your purpose is 24/7 and always having somewhere to belong. How many of you have that?
A lot of people have that.
And they get payed.
And can move about without an escort.
And aren't bought/sold like property at the whims of another. Their parents, children, friends, and loved ones aren't either.
So yeah, there's a lot of downsides too.
It's almost certainly a coincidence, but it is freaky how that background gem looks so much like Dr. M.
I think Sugar is just plain fucking with us now.
That, and gem society is clearly all about conformity, so it'd be considered "disruptive" to have unique appearances.
"Aaah, you're an outcast. THAT'S GREAT SO ARE WE."
I thought there wouldn't be gem races to begin with, like Jasper would be the only Jasper and Ruby the only Ruby. I'd asume they'd have a small cast so they wouldn't run out of names.
Off topic but thinking about it, rubies are basically sentient legos
nyaa~ Peri's kinda cute, but I wish she made her marble robots so she can have something to abuse again.
>so it'd be considered "disruptive" to have unique appearances.
Maybe for the lower classes, the workers, warriors and Pearls. But I could see the higher aristocratic classes having some kind of individual styling, especially flashy fasion.
Untrue. They were made specifically to be subservient. The Crystal Gems Pearl is a nervous, unhappy wreak because she is going against her nature. She'll only be complete when she turns herself in and resumes her role as a servant.
Looking back, she actually made a pretty great antagonist.
She was just on the borderline of being directly threatening, but represented something much larger. But at the same time she was clearly desperate and running out of options. It was a neat reversal of the normal protagonist-antagonist threat-levels.
The difference between old and new is rather jarring and I can't say I love new Peri, but I do admit that old Peri barely had any character and new Peri does (even if it's a bit too over-the-top such that it's almost a caricature).
>immediately BD blows the fuck out of the YD design
WAS THIS PART OF HER PLAN
It's a wholly unique, alien concept that people can find parallels to various real life ideas in regarding self-expression and acceptance if they want to but it doesn't have to be an unimaginative direct allegory of something else.
>Rose is actually a pretty weird fucker.
>fights a war to defend these creatures she just met
>after thousands of years among them, she still doesn't get them even while dating one
>switches between dignified messiah figure and goofy neighbor lady on a whim
Yeah, she's a bit of a kook.
I think the Gems need a genuinely threatening villain. Yeah, the cluster is the big conflict at the moment, but they're running around doing wacky hijinks while the planet cracker stirs underground.
We'll see how Yellow Diamond works out, but she's at the end of the week and, based on screenshots, looks like another "Angry shouty villain".
Malachite would be good, but she's fucked off and we have no idea what's up with her.
>be walking minding your own business
>garnet suddenly passes you
>she slaps your ass
wat do /co/?
Looking back at this episode, BD actually seemed decent enough towards Sapphire, only slightly agitated when Sapphire's prediction didn't come true. She was only pissed at Ruby for messing up the prediction and fusing with a member of her court.
>after thousands of years among them, she still doesn't get them even while dating one
That's not a fair thing to expect of Rose though. You can understand every iota of humanity but not be able to interact with humans naturally. A lot about how humans interact relies on human instincts and natural dispositions. If Rose doesn't have those then all she can do is imitate external air of humans like sociopaths do.
>switches between dignified messiah figure and goofy neighbor lady on a whim
She's pretty much doing the "loving nature goddess", "heroic rebellion leader", and "goofy neighbor" simultaneously. And it somehow works.
>Rose's neck starts halfway in her chest
This episode looked terrible, BD, Blue Pearl and Cotten Candy Garnet were the only good things. I'm not counting badass Pearl because she's only wearing socks and that's just silly.
Well yeah, they're considered above the common stock, as it were, so the upper classes are allowed to look different. And they can pretty up their Pearls if they want, just like a rich human fancies up their dog.
I like to think that she looked more defined than a sillhouette like the other gems because Garnet acted out her mannerisms a bit when she told the story to Steven.
The whole thing is basically how Steven thinks it happened.
>K so I drew Peridot
>There's some curvature there so for clarity's sake I'm giving her tits
>It's mainly for stylistic reasons though
>Just a little bigger and rounder...
>because it's cheaper to feed you than maintain it
Funny enough it's the opposite.
As soon as industrialization started happening wide scale slavery became obsolete because feeding and sheltering a human being is more expensive than simply performing occasional maintenance on a machine.
It's for this reason that slavery would have fallen out of favor in america regardless of how the civil war turned out.
By "South" do you mean rich landowners keeping the blacks enslaved for profit and the poor whites from getting upset about being poor by feeding them lies like "at least you are inherently better than blacks"?
The Civil War was the last gasp of a dying aristocracy who was willing to sacrifice millions of lives just so they could stay rich a little longer.
It'll come, I'm sure. They kind of need the structure of vague threats to keep the whole slice-of-life aspect going. I know a lot of /co/ wants ALL ACTION ALL THE TIME from this show, but I think striking the right balance is what makes it special. I actually like the townies, I'd miss them if the show just fucked off into space and never came back.
So did anyone else notice that no one summoned their weapons? Pearl had 2 manufactured swords, Rose was punching, and even the rubies were just punching, no guantlets or anything. Were they too inexperienced to summon? Or maybe it's something that they developed later?
Didn't think they were lapises because of the different shades. The cut is an interesting theory though. But then maybe cuts aren't unique to only one gem.
I was hoping to see a new, not-sillhoutte, gem.
>I think the Gems need a genuinely threatening villain. Yeah, the cluster is the big conflict at the moment, but they're running around doing wacky hijinks while the planet cracker stirs underground.
No, Peridot and Pearl are actively building a drill in order to deal with it. It just takes time to build the drill.
I think this is the first episode since they announced the cluster to NOT deal with the cluster/drill.
Slavery has always been bad economy and was done mostly for ideological reasons (and partially because demand exceeded population so they needed to import personnel). A slave to debt does so much more than a slave to the law. This has been proven time and time again throughout history.
But this has become way too offtopic.
That's the deal for Pearl anyway. That's why she uses a spear now instead of a sword despite showing an affinity for them in the past; Pearls aren't supposed to be able to summon a weapon but she finally figured it out at some point.
>Ruby and Sapphire character development episode airs
>Literally the day after, world's largest blue star Sapphire found.
Pearl never wanted to lead. She just wanted to keep Rose safe. She probably stayed Rose's personal bodyguard for the whole war.
A persistent hologram that stabbed herself to death.
A single, bespoke automobile of utmost craftsmanship and luxury speaks of class and wealth. Four Lamborghinis speaks of pretense and ostentatiousness.
Besides, they're common enough that Peridot could distinguish Pearl as fancy. I'd say they're not rare but rather their availability is based on their quality.
>She doesn't know where to put the star
>She fuses with Garnet
>Once her physical form re-molds back to normal, she has a star somewhere
>Symbolizing her getting along with each of the gems and becoming a member of the team
Thats how I think it will happen
When will Peridot get her fucking gear back.
I'm tired of tiny big headed peri.
GIVE HER BACK SUGAR!
(and fish jasper out of the ocean while you're at it)
Blue Diamond doesn't have eyes, because justice is blind.
Sapphire was not going to die. She specifically mentions reforming back on Homeworld in her vision to Blue Diamond. Ruby did not hear her prediction so she wasn't aware that things were going according to plan.
>>after thousands of years among them, she still doesn't get them even while dating one
Rose have been with other humans before though, it was only with Greg that she started to feel love that a gem could feel.
Okay, the "soldier" thing is a good point that I missed. Garnet may have said "soldier" as an exageration to protect Rubie's pride since "soldier" sounds more showy than "bodyguard", but we otherwise don't have any reason to doubt Garnet's wording so sure, Rubies are soldiers.
But as for quartzes, we don't actually know if they were a warrior caste though. Peridot simply said quartzes were supposed to be huge and people started drawing conclusions from that and the demeanor of Jasper. They could be mostly bodyguards or maybe even for simply for heavy lifting.
Probably the more flashbacks we see, the more apparent the damage that Rose's death did to Pearl is going to become.
Do you ever think Sapphire looks at the stars ad wonders, about what would of happened if Ruby didn't try to save her?
So, if the Pizza family is from West Africa (specifically Ghana like Ian is), then where the flying fuck is it?
>Diamonds are leaders
>Jasper and Amethysts are elite soldiers
>Rubies are normal troops
>Sapphires are ambassadors/seers
>Peridots are technicians
>Pearls are domestic servants
So, what the hell does a Lapis Lazuli do in gem society?
.... What does a Rose Quartz do?
It also shows Garnets role as the leader in another light. She's had to watch what was probably the best fighter under Rose breakdown and lose her talent and drive. No wonder she's trying to help Pearl become her own Gem again.
I don't like this at all. I just want her to get a new star uniform and keep the triangle. It's not like her hair is tied to her loyalties, you didn't see Jasper's hair look like a fucking diamond did you?
Our Pearl killed her. It fucked Our Pearl up, but it was necessary.
You don't wanna know what they do with Lapises on Homeworld.
I would guess Lapis Lazulis are just aristocrats who stand around the Diamond court and make them feel important.
However her powers are very versatile, so maybe she was used for something.
I honestly still believe Ampudot was real and she only got legit hands and feet when she reformed.
But no, I don't think we are going to see Peridot standing on anything more than paint cans.
Peridemption is at full momentum so she won't soon return to Homeworldand I the Crew seems to be selling the whole kawaii Peridot thing pretty hard.
>Lapis was Blue Diamond
Be honest. Who believed that? Even if it was for a minute.
Love you /sug/
I hope the day is treating you well, even if you have to work today
Maybe Rose was some kind of general? Or a healer?
Lapis could be an informant, or a secret agent or whatever. Or something big and terrifying as the "used to be" line implies.
I wonder if there are other rose quartzs or just only one.
They are from a culture similar to that of Ghana but they apparently aren't from the physical location of Ghana. There are probably just from somewhere on the western coast of Africa.
Good riddance. It's the worst continent.
Not even once. I also don't believe Rose is Pink Diamond.