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  • When the ruby Eyeball and Aquamarine fuse into Bluebird Azurite their gemstones change color.  Unless I'm mistaken no other fusion has affected the color of the component gems' gemstones.  What makes this fusion different from others that they manifest this change in the gemstones?

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    • Maybe it is just not something you have noticed until now, but pretty much all fusions change their component gemstone colors to match the fusion name.

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    • yes, literally ALL fusions' gemstones change color

      however, Opal and Bluebird Azurite are unique in that gemstone(s) that didn't have certain PATTERNS before gain them

      Obsidian appears to lose patterns, but that's simply because of the dark color of her gemstones, it renders her facets and luster invisible

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    • Opal's and Bluebird Azurite's component gems are just mimicking the appearance of their fusion namesake, the same as any other fusion's component gems do. It did not strike me as unique or unusual in any way. Not a big deal, just depends on how you look at it I guess.

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    • yeah, its just interesting to note bc its a cool detail

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