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  • Pymien
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    Due to Stevenbomb being over, all meta-threads are being merged back to main thread - http://steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:122080 - Discuss this episode along with the others here.
    02:20, June 24, 2015

    The official discussion thread for the episode Keeping It Together. This is the third episode for Stevenbomb. Enjoy your discussion!

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    • OH MY GOD

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    • LIKE..OH MY GOSHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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    • Peridot was so funny in this ep. her scream, her maniacal laughter, and her awesome new powers o:

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    • Creepy... And good. And the Peridot scene was funny. I was kind of hoping Garnet would split and become Ruby and Sapphire again. :/

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    • also porle has flashlight

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    • I am scared forever... this is sick!

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    • Damn. Double damn! ))-:)

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    • This was one of the darkest episodes. Homeworld took Rose's soldiers some of them and experimented on them. Also the true nature of the kindergarten is sinister no wonder Rose fought. Never seen Garnet so broken albiet briefly

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    • Those gem clusters were REALLY disturbing. O_O

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    • Now, eventhough I feel so......bad for those poor unknown Crystal Gems that were forced to fuse by the Homeworld Gems for rebelling. It adds a really interesting layer to the show. And it makes the Homeworld Gems THAT much more intimidating.

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    • Phinto64 wrote:
      I am scared forever... this is sick!

      It weirded me out too.

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    • I don't know, but I really like it when Steven interacts with Peridot.

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    • That episode was creepy, and hilarious. The peridot part was hilarious, the forced hand fusion thing was creepy. O-O

      What did Garnet mean though when she said it was the crystal gems shattered or something? :O

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    • 8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

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    • what the heck just happendedede!

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    • And besides, I love how Peridot was basically Dr. Frankenstein in this ep. Something VERY serious is about to take place guys, and I feel extremely hyped about it.

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    • that was messed up!

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    • Peridot was really funny, but her plans are downright horrible. Loved how they represented the discussion between ruby and sapphire !

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    • Was that twisted gem fusion.. Bismuth?

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    • Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      Agreed. This is just what StevenBomb 2 needed.

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    • i liked peridots new wall run ability

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    • I feel... disturbed. I... that was horrifying! I think I'm as tramuatized as Garnet after that incident(I also feel corncern for her now). The Gem clusters reminded me of horrible experiments with human corpses in real life and science fiction movies. ~How!

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    • Garnet is great! But I wish the episode was longer :P

      Peridot has spahgetti fingers! XD I laughed so hard at that part!

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    • MysticalBlueWonder wrote:
      Phinto64 wrote:
      I am scared forever... this is sick!
      It weirded me out too.

      IKR?! Same here! ))-:>

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    • NeonClovers wrote:
      That episode was creepy, and hilarious. The peridot part was hilarious, the forced hand fusion thing was creepy. O-O

      What did Garnet mean though when she said it was the crystal gems shattered or something? :O

      I think she said that the shards are shards form former crystal gems member that died during the war and were forced to combine together to form... horrible stuff.

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    • i almost died whn the random handfoot fell from the cieling

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    • Biesaga wrote:
      Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      Agreed. This is just what StevenBomb 2 needed.

      Yep.

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    • can stuff like that even be put on tv?!?!?

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    • At least we now know what Peridot was working on, and how exactly Kindergarten Gems "destroy all life on earth"

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    • Oh gosh where do I begin? There are so many sub-textual meanings and messages behind this episode. That Fusion itself was creepy enough to consider being too much for ther youngest audiences. The following episode coming this week where Greg explains Fusion to Steven and Connie should introduce Steven to the signifigance of fusion. His lack of understanding explains why he was only creeped out and Garnet was signifigantly disturbed, so much so that Ruby and Sapphire both showed afterwards and she almost unfused. The poor Gem Shard fusion didn't attack her either, it seemed to grab her as a plea for help. She cites this as them being force to fuse, and it isn't right.

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    • UGH they went "pre-52 Superman" on Peridot. They just gave her 3 (!) powers that we probably won't see again (one of which is made useless by one of the others) just so she could escape!

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    • Man I wanted to see Ruby Oh Well, but, it was overall a good episode.

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    • we dont really know how they destroy life on earth, just that it gets janked up

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    • Biesaga wrote:
      Creepy... And good. And the Peridot scene was funny. I was kind of hoping Garnet would split and become Ruby and Sapphire again. :/

      Maybe tomorrow?

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    • I even knew it, that we will see Peridot, again! Thank you!!! >:-D

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    • This episode was truly awesome, especially the forced-fusion part (creepy!). And Peridot has officially gone mad! ^3^

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    • Masterchudi wrote:
      This was one of the darkest episodes. Homeworld took Rose's soldiers some of them and experimented on them. Also the true nature of the kindergarten is sinister no wonder Rose fought. Never seen Garnet so broken albiet briefly

      This is why Greg's getting one of the next episodes, to explain the true meaning of Fusion with Steven.

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    • StevenUTube wrote:
      Biesaga wrote:
      Creepy... And good. And the Peridot scene was funny. I was kind of hoping Garnet would split and become Ruby and Sapphire again. :/
      Maybe tomorrow?

      Maybe they'll show up in Chillie Tid. Just a theory.

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    • the funny thing is literally a few minutes before the ep i was talking with grabbergirl about how i dont think peridot will show up in the ep

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    • Sticks the Badger wrote:
      This episode was truly awesome, especially the forced-fusion part (creepy!). And Peridot has officially gone mad! ^3^

      Sure even looked like it. She went mad. (-:<

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    • I always assumed peridot was a sort of gem techie and some sort of medical expert..... But not like this. This episode just tore everything I knew about peridot from the things I asumed about her. since those gems were phisically fused together, can they be separated? Also since peridot was doing that with shards, wouldn't that make jasper a hypocrite ontop of being destructive? But in all seriousness we need longer episodes, it didn't bother me too much in season one but now I despertaly want them. We also need more peridot with finger powers, it's adorable.

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    • Carsy wrote:
      Masterchudi wrote:
      This was one of the darkest episodes. Homeworld took Rose's soldiers some of them and experimented on them. Also the true nature of the kindergarten is sinister no wonder Rose fought. Never seen Garnet so broken albiet briefly
      This is why Greg's getting one of the next episodes, to explain the true meaning of Fusion with Steven.

      And with Connie! (-:)

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    • About Peridot. On the one hand, her scene was funny. On the other hand, it was a very off-tone type of funny for this episode. Not sure whether or not to deduct points for it.

      I can tell you this though, Peridot did a great job of throwing away any shred of chance she had of being a respetable villain. 

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    • What was Peridot evil plan in this episode Trying to defused Garnet?

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    • but what is her weapon?

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    • The Jammin' Gem wrote:
      we dont really know how they destroy life on earth, just that it gets janked up

      Well, Pearl explains the incubated Kindergarten Gems suck life out of the land surrounding them. If the Homeworld added more Kindergartens on Earth, then logically the incubating Gems would literally suck the life out of the Earth, destroying it.

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    • well i know that but how

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    • I wanted Peridot to gain redemption but THIS IS SICK AND AWFUL and the next episode is about fusion maybe this will become more important in "We Need to Talk"

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    • This is one scary episode, I still feel my heart beating. Its so sad that those gems are forced to fuse ):

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    • Peridot kinda seems like a Victor Frankenstein-esque character. Hopefully she gets some monstrous retribution just like Victor in upcoming episode(s). But the most interesting ( and also the darkest) part of this episode was the scene where Garnet almost broke up over discovering the forced fusion. It seems like Sugar meant this as some sort of hint towards Garnet's past(On Earth, anyway,).Which also coincides with other themes present in the history of the crystal gems' participation in the war for Earth. In addition, Garnet represents consensual love, whereas Peridot and the Homeworld Gems are violating the laws of nature with these weaponised pseudo-fusions. Garnet points out that fusion is a 'choice', which further brings it back to the idea and greatly exacerbates the overall creepiness of this episode.

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    • Darkrai2050 wrote:
      I wanted Peridot to gain redemption but THIS IS SICK AND AWFUL and the next episode is about fusion maybe this will become more important in "We Need to Talk"

      Mm-Hmm! ((-:)

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    • SlenderMarioX wrote:
      What was Peridot evil plan in this episode

      Trying to defused Garnet?

      She was checking on the clusters, gems forced to fuse, which created abominations terrifying enough to almost break Garnet (the most level-headed Crystal gem) Judging by her reaction, fusion is serious business that is deeply disturbing when not consensual (remind you of anything?) Next ep we should find out what's so important about fusion. I can't believe we have to wait an entire day for it!

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    • SlenderMarioX wrote:
      What was Peridot evil plan in this episode

      Trying to defused Garnet?

      No, I think she was just checking on the "clusters" (You know, those gems that are fused together?)

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    • The episode title was a hint from the Crewniverse.



      Hint: Feels, heavy feels, they're telling us to do the title while watching this episode.

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    • Dude, I knew eating doritos would lure Peridorito out!



      But then I dropped them and she ran away with Pearl and Amy chasing her. :c

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    • I'm wondering where these Clusters would even go on the wiki... ._.

      Also, did anyone notice that one of the clusters wasn't bubbled? o_o

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    • Through out the last half of the episode I kept repeating "Keep it together, keep it together, PLEASE be keeping it together, Garnet! I'm sorry for asking you to defuse so much! Please, not like this! Rebecca have mercy!" Did anyone else freak out when Ruby and Sapphire were talking(Garnet talking to herself)?

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    • why was there a warp pad on the crystal temple instead of sapphire's gem, it shows the gem at the beginning of each episode

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    • LenKagamine2 wrote:
      Through out the last half of the episode I kept repeating "Keep it together, keep it together, PLEASE be keeping it together, Garnet! I'm sorry for asking you to defuse so much! Please, not like this! Rebecca have mercy!" Did anyone else freak out when Ruby and Sapphire were talking(Garnet talking to herself)?

      Uh-huh! |-:>

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    • I took  aton of screenshots for the episode, why can't I add them?

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    • It's kind of funny how everyone is like "omg Peridot was being so silly woRST VILLAIN EVER SHE LOST MY RESPECT" 

      1) Villains can be funny at times, and serious at others. 

      2) If you haven't noticed, SU episodes tend to start out light-hearted and slowly descend into darkness. 

      3) Peridot is a spaz. It's not much of a stretch to say this is in character. 

      4) Peridot's reaction is sensible. She's demonstrated in Jail Break that she can't put up much of a fight without her Gem Destabilizer (against just Amethyst and Pearl), meanwhile all three (including a fusion) are after her fully armed. I think any reasonable person would try to get away by any means possible if the Crystal Gems were after them. 

      5) I'd be a little crazy too if I was stuck on a planet I hated, after being launched out of my own ship.

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    • BlueAdventurine wrote:
      I'm wondering where these Clusters would even go on the wiki... ._.

      Also, did anyone notice that one of the clusters wasn't bubbled? o_o


      It's implied they bubble all of them when Garnet commands Pearl and Amethyst to bubble them. They just didn't show a scene of them bubbling every single one.

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    • MUCH FEELS!

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    • Can I see the episode in a link?

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    • I think we had a pretty big hint with this episode. Garnet said something like "that's where they were all along !" does that mean that all this time the only thing the gems were trying to do is find the crystal gems that disapeared during the war ? All those corrupted gems are on earth only because of this war !

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    • Peridot stole the episode with both her hilarious villanous escapades as well as her being revealed to basically being the Gem version of Dr. Frankenstein.

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    • Poor gems. These homeworld gems are indeed very cruel if they are doing this to fallen members of the Crystal Gems. Imagine how Garnet felt when they discovered this. Also what did Peridot take or do in the Kingergarden?

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    • Shattered Fused Crystal Gems
      Yikes! Ugh! ))-:>
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    • Do any of you still think Peridot is redeemable?

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    • Poor Garnet...I also really thought she was going to split into Ruby and Sapphire.  Peridot was funny.  I loved the helicopter fingers!  At the end I wasn't keeping track of the time and was like "NOOOOO!!!" when it ended.  Also did anyone see that the socks in the end were blue and red, like Ruby and Sapphire?

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    • Steven I belive in you make garnet unfuse plz!

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    • AVP3 wrote:
      Poor Garnet...I also really thought she was going to split into Ruby and Sapphire.  Peridot was funny.  I loved the helicopter fingers!  At the end I wasn't keeping track of the time and was like "NOOOOO!!!" when it ended.  Also did anyone see that the socks in the end were blue and red, like Ruby and Sapphire?

      I wanted them to defuse, but not like that.  Also, the socks, the greatest reference ever!

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote: Do any of you still think Peridot is redeemable?

      So as to quote Garnet "NO. The end forever and even after that."

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    • The last promo left is the helicopter steven!! wonder what episode? Chille Tid Needs to have garnet unfuse would that relive stress?

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    • SATAN! HE WAS CREATING THE DEMON! D:

      PARIDOT IS NOT WORTHY...

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    • Evtini200 wrote:
      About Peridot. On the one hand, her scene was funny. On the other hand, it was a very off-tone type of funny for this episode. Not sure whether or not to deduct points for it.

      I can tell you this though, Peridot did a great job of throwing away any shred of chance she had of being a respetable villain. 

      Let's not forget that she basically made the gem version of zombies/Frankenstein monsters in this episode. I think it's safe to say she's become a mad scientist type of villain.

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    • Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!

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    • SHE IS CRAY CRAY!!!


      SATAN! D:

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    • SHE SOILED THE FRIENDSHIP GARDEN SOILED IT SOILED IT SOILED IT SOILED!

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    • YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!

      Is it  because she made those forced fusions? 

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    • Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
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      That is freaky. 

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    • Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
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      My God!!! )))-:>

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    • Spacepirateklix wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!
      Is it  because she made those forced fusions? 

      Yes, its basically .... cant say the real word cause poeple will get made, but we all know what that word is.

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    • Darkrai2050 wrote:

      UniverseandUniverse wrote: Do any of you still think Peridot is redeemable?

      So as to quote Garnet "NO. The end forever and even after that."

      peridot: ... fine! "durr! i am the bad guy! i work for SATAN! i fuse gemz!"

      amethyst: duh... as revenge... 

      peridot: *broke tears* YOU BROKE MY THINGZ!

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    • Fandomized wrote:
      UGH they went "pre-52 Superman" on Peridot. They just gave her 3 (!) powers that we probably won't see again (one of which is made useless by one of the others) just so she could escape!

      To be fair, we never saw her use ANY powers before this episode.

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    • Pymien what do you think Peridot was doing?

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    • Phinto64 wrote: I am scared forever... this is sick!

      This was the scariest episode since Frybo. Even more scary! I feel... scared and sad, at the same time. This was crazy!

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    • funny and disturbing...

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    • Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      Pymien what do you think Peridot was doing?

      the scariest part...

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      Spacepirateklix wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!
      Is it  because she made those forced fusions? 
      Yes, its basically .... cant say the real word cause poeple will get made, but we all know what that word is.

      Yeah, that's really weird, because since Peri did that, it's like she gets pleasure out of it in some way. O-O

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    • Is anyone going to do the transcript?

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    • .. I'm working on a PNG for Fusion Gem Monster

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    • NeonClovers wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Spacepirateklix wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!
      Is it  because she made those forced fusions? 
      Yes, its basically .... cant say the real word cause poeple will get made, but we all know what that word is.
      Yeah, that's really weird, because since Peri did that, it's like she gets pleasure out of it in some way. O-O

      Nah, she's lawful evil.  Even though she is very evil, she is also following orders.

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    • Mr.Napcakes wrote:
      Was that twisted gem fusion.. Bismuth?

      what looks like a bismuth is shown bubbled in lions mane

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    • Look at the pure terror on Garnet's face!
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    • So that's what Peridot meant by "Check on the cluster". Finally some closure, even if it was sad.

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    • Biesaga wrote:
      Look at the pure terror on Garnet's face!
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      Yep! )-:)

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    • This is my favorite episode, I love Ruby, Sapphire, and Garnet. I really liked to see a side of Garnet we've never really seen before.

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    • What's Stevenbomb?

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    • Kodox wrote:
      What's Stevenbomb?

      get out

      jk

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    • Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

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    • Biesaga wrote: So that's what Peridot meant by "Check on the cluster". Finally some closure, even if it was sad.

      I didn't even think about that! That is so brilliant! I thought this episode would have an new gem because of the knocking in "On The Run" at the end, but it was "The Cluster." I am so horrified, but at the same time wondering if the design was based on Lady Ranicorn.

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    • Did anyone notice the gems trying to break free in that one part XD Gems must be still alive in those shards.

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    • When they tried, they were screaming. The open mouths.

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    • That was really horrifying. And people question why we have lighter episodes before story driven ones. I don't think Peridot was responsible for..... that, I think she was there for something else, But that disturbed me and I am an anime watcher so I have seen some really messed up stuff, and that is up there, Homeworld is evil. That is probably what would have happened to the Crystal Gems if they were taken to the Homeworld by Jasper. This episode was something else. Those poor Gems. The Gems that were broken fighting against the Homeworld, that was there punishment, it was like a desecration of them. That was really evil. That made me shudder. This shows how good Steven Universe is, its an animated show that is smart enough to appeal to both children and adults. Glad there are still cartoons that actually do this. So we may get some very whacky episodes, but we also get episodes like this.

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    • RubyTheGem wrote:
      Did anyone notice the gems trying to break free in that one part XD Gems must be still alive in those shards.
      You meanin this scene?
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    • anyone think its kinda odd that when pearl gets stabbed by a sword and when amythyst gets condenced by a choking monster they poof but when i saw peridot get hit BY A GIANT MACHINE more powerful then a monster or a sword and crashes down on her face into the earth i thought her gem would be destroyed or at the very least she poofs but no she somehow survives not even a scratch on her form and is still at full strength when normally that would have destroyed a gem even more possible there gemstone itself and i think destroyed gemstone can be reformed seeing as how a form was summoned by fragments being placed together

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    • My thoughts on the characters in this episode:

      Steven- Adorable and charming as always, and the ways he interacted with Garnet are adorable.

      Garnet- I've never really seen Garnet break like this. She's said she was afraid before, but here she was truly terrified. It made me want to cry and was genuinly disturbing.

      Peridot- Fun and hilareous, and a dork as always, but i wanted to point something out. Peridot seems to follow a lot of orders. Could she be forced to do this? 

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    • Calebite wrote:
      My thoughts on the characters in this episode:

      Steven- Adorable and charming as always, and the ways he interacted with Garnet are adorable.

      Garnet- I've never really seen Garnet break like this. She's said she was afraid before, but here she was truly terrified. It made me want to cry and was genuinly disturbing.

      Peridot- Fun and hilareous, and a dork as always, but i wanted to point something out. Peridot seems to follow a lot of orders. Could she be forced to do this? 

      I found Peridots act horrendous  but she eas really silly too witch i loved

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      RubyTheGem wrote:
      Did anyone notice the gems trying to break free in that one part XD Gems must be still alive in those shards.
      You meanin this scene?
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      Garnet says they used to be Crystal Gems... Mysterious, because that hand-fusion thingy was letting off all kinds of voices when it showed the Bodies of what used to be gems, I just hope there's a way to split their crystal apart and return them to the forms they use to be before Homeworld "FORCED" them to fuse!

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    • Probably for the Peridot thing.

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    • Tbh, Peridot... not as good as she seems anymore to me.

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    • I thought the Gem Fusion Monster and the smaller ones were deformed Kindergarten gems.

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      It does doesn't it? I want to know more about gems, and their anatomy.

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      What if? I mean if they can fuse dead gems like that… Why not?

      These are theories I posted on my instagram.... What do you guys think?
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    • Hypernova3333 wrote:
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      It does doesn't it? I want to know more about gems, and their anatomy.

      Screen Shot 2015-06-17 at 4.49.28 PM

      What if? I mean if they can fuse dead gems like that… Why not?

      These are theories I posted on my instagram.... What do you guys think?

      I always thought if you put together gem shards you could revive a gem!

      Im so happy you brought this up because i thought I was the only one!

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    • I guess we finally know Garnet's weakness (which is a bad thing).

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    • Peridot reminds me a lot of Aku from Samurai Jack--funny, dorky and vicious all at once. This episode only furthered that impression for me.

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    • So what do we call the forced fusion jems now, Frankenjems?

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    • Gerginater wrote:
      So what do we call the forced fusion jems now, Frankenjems?

      lol i see what you did there...

      I think they are called Clusters.

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    • So you guys think  Peridot should earn redemption in the future,   because according to Matt Burnett, she might. I don't know

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    • DianaofParadiseIsland wrote:
      So you guys think  Peridot should earn redemption in the future,   because according to Matt Burnett, she might. I don't know

      Anyone can change

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      NeonClovers wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Spacepirateklix wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Peridot is dead to me now. DEAD!
      Is it  because she made those forced fusions? 
      Yes, its basically .... cant say the real word cause poeple will get made, but we all know what that word is.
      Yeah, that's really weird, because since Peri did that, it's like she gets pleasure out of it in some way. O-O
      Nah, she's lawful evil.  Even though she is very evil, she is also following orders.

      Actually, I don't think she actually did it. Based on Ruby & Sapphire's argument. It seemed like Homeworld already fused those Gem shards during the war. Peridot was just there to check up on them

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    • Peridot is a villain and she is loyal to the homeworld

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    • Jonathoneric2001 wrote:
      Hypernova3333 wrote:
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      It does doesn't it? I want to know more about gems, and their anatomy.

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      What if? I mean if they can fuse dead gems like that… Why not?

      These are theories I posted on my instagram.... What do you guys think?
      I always thought if you put together gem shards you could revive a gem!

      Im so happy you brought this up because i thought I was the only one!

      I just realized something else. Ruby and Sapphire techinally... had a baby when they fused to make garnet. But they can't all exist at the same time! kinda like Steven with Greg and Rose... fusing is kinda like how gems reproduce! But they can't exist with their child! they ARE their child!

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    • Aside from all the fanboying I had when watching this episode, I found it weird the way Peridot reacted to Steven. She seemed to trust Steven, looking at him as if he could keep a secret. Yet, she acted like a child herself when running away from the Crystal Gems.

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    • No I'm not giving up on peridot yet, I know she can change, I know she can, I'm starting to sound like Steven right now aren't i? Man, I am in so much denial right now

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    • Gerginater wrote:

      DianaofParadiseIsland wrote:
      So you guys think  Peridot should earn redemption in the future,   because according to Matt Burnett, she might. I don't know

      Anyone can change

      I agree she can still change, she doesn't have to stay like that, Steven can change her I know he can!

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    • Anyone who thought the 'Cluster' was funny, think about this: Throughout history, there have been many human experiments done just like this. People would be cut apart and sewn up on other people. Also, remember Human Centipede? Only this is WORSE than all of that, because the bodies have grown and mutilated to other bodies, and probably painfully. Those former Crystal Gems, who were probably all friends with Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst, were screaming in agony at their own bodies, and parts of their bodies, forced to be together. IS IT FUNNY ANYMORE?!

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    • You are like Steven Kevin125. If Peridot can change do you think Lapis can to?

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    • MCcomics wrote:
      Anyone who thought the 'Cluster' was funny, think about this: Throughout history, there have been many human experiments done just like this. People would be cut apart and sewn up on other people. Also, remember Human Centipede? Only this is WORSE than all of that, because the bodies have grown and mutilated to other bodies, and probably painfully. Those former Crystal Gems, who were probably all friends with Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst, were screaming in agony at their own bodies, and parts of their bodies, forced to be together. IS IT FUNNY ANYMORE?!

      YES. ITS AWFUL!!!!!!! 

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    • MCcomics wrote:
      Anyone who thought the 'Cluster' was funny, think about this: Throughout history, there have been many human experiments done just like this. People would be cut apart and sewn up on other people. Also, remember Human Centipede? Only this is WORSE than all of that, because the bodies have grown and mutilated to other bodies, and probably painfully. Those former Crystal Gems, who were probably all friends with Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst, were screaming in agony at their own bodies, and parts of their bodies, forced to be together. IS IT FUNNY ANYMORE?!

      I'm pretty sure everyone here agrees that it was extremely disturbing and cruel. Where do you see people saying it was funny?

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    • Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      You are like Steven Kevin125. If Peridot can change do you think Lapis can to?

      Lapis really has changed. (-:

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    • I really hope Chille Tid and We need to talk won't let us down. I mean chille tid tho that episode can go ANYWHERE.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      You are like Steven Kevin125. If Peridot can change do you think Lapis can to?

      Lapis really has changed. (-:

      Yes she has already changed, as for peridot I know Steven won't give up on her!

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    • ...I KNEW THIS WOULD HAPPEN! And dear lord that Cluster was even more horrifying than I thought it would be, the SCREAMS of pain.

      So from what we've when a Gem's gem is broken they don't die, but instead their consciousness is shattered forcing them to be incomplete semi-conscious being for all eternity...that is WORSE than death.

      And its been pointed out, but the sub-text from this episode is just...wow. In a kids show just...wow.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      ...I KNEW THIS WOULD HAPPEN! And dear lord that Cluster was even more horrifying than I thought it would be, the SCREAMS of pain.

      So from what we've when a Gem's gem is broken they don't die, but instead their consciousness is shattered forcing them to be incomplete semi-conscious being for all eternity...that is WORSE than death.

      And its been pointed out, but the sub-text from this episode is just...wow. In a kids show just...wow.

      Wow, when you look at it that way, this episode makes "Secret Team" seem a little creepier, though this does raise one question: If Gems don't die after their gemstones are broken, what can kill them?


      MCcomics wrote:
      Anyone who thought the 'Cluster' was funny, think about this: Throughout history, there have been many human experiments done just like this. People would be cut apart and sewn up on other people. Also, remember Human Centipede? Only this is WORSE than all of that, because the bodies have grown and mutilated to other bodies, and probably painfully. Those former Crystal Gems, who were probably all friends with Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst, were screaming in agony at their own bodies, and parts of their bodies, forced to be together. IS IT FUNNY ANYMORE?!

      (Sociopaths aside) Who in their right mind would think this is funny?

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    • so why wasnt peridot shocked when she electrocuted amethyst's whip?

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    • Honestly, I both LOVED and was terrified of this episode at the same time. I was really hoping Garnet would unfuse as soon as Steven mentioned it and was pretty disappointed when she didn't. I'd like to see more of Ruby and Sapphire. The episode overall was great, and gave us new information about the Gem War, and revealed that Garnet is very sensitive to the topic of fusion, seeing as she was disgusted and terrified by the forced fusions. (That big one was scary XD) I hope to see more episodes like this soon. :)

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    • Let's list everything we learned about this episode:

      Peridot returned and was hilarious

      Peridot got away AGAIN, and is now resorting to desperate plans

      "Peridot got away on her fingers"

      Helicopter peridork

      Peridork

      Peridork is ok

      Peridork's fingers are now OP.

      Peridot has no robonoids

      Peridot abandoned the kindergarten, and she probably won't come back too soon.

      Peridot seemed to trust Steven, once again proving she has desperate plans or just a strange "Gem"eral trusting to him.

      Garnet has strong beliefs about fusion.

      TTHHEE SSYYMMBBOOLLIISSMM IS REAL

      We may need to get a kindergarten, half of the SU fans have already died.  There are thousands of so called "Feel"talities.

      We finally got it confirmed how the machines in the Kindergarten work

      Garnet is a sad, and that is a bad.

      If you haz a frowny, eats a brownie

      Ruby and Sapphire are REALLY strong at keeping eachother together]

      I'm going to get yelled at for making a really tall post.

      They used the kindergarten to bury dead gems.

      Gems could possibly be brought back to life if all pieces are together.

      "Gem Shards" seems to be the form dead gems go into, so what about corrupted gems?

      It's proven that fusions can talk to eachother while fused outloud.

      DA DARKNESS IS REAL.  THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE EPISODES.  THEEEE DARRKKKKNEESSSS

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    • Gems being broken is worse than death as far as I am concerned. Because they can no longer form a whole entity, they are just reduced to being living body parts, and seeing what the Homeworld did to any fallen Gems that fought against them was beyond sickening. Its like a final insult to the sacrifice those fallen Gems made in order to fight against the Homeworld. It is a horrific desecration of them. Homeworld is evil. What creeped me out the most was when the broken Gems were glitching out and they were actually trying to regenerate and you could hear them wailing as if they were in pain. And yeah peridot knew about this because she mentioned the fusion experiments. She is not responsible for this, she is just following orders, but eurgggh. That episode made me shudder.

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    • Pencil Sketcher wrote:

      Wow, when you look at it that way, this episode makes "Secret Team" seem a little creepier, though this does raise one question: If Gems don't die after their gemstones are broken, what can kill them?

      My theory is that the gem needs to be crushed completely, like to a fine powder- OR have their magical energies removed from their personal gemstones. 

      ALSO- I was surprised that they implanted the gemstones into the Earth, all this time I thought they just needed Earth's gemstones, but nope they need EARTH! They need the lifeforce that embodies it, to make an ARMY of gem warriors. And its not just that the life-force removal doesn't just halt life, if enough cave-ins were caused bye kindergarten gem holes they'd cause seismic quakes of a massive scale- GAAAAAAAAAAASP-THAT'S HOW FLORIDA FELL OF THE MAIN LAND! 

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    • NeonClovers wrote:
      That episode was creepy, and hilarious. The peridot part was hilarious, the forced hand fusion thing was creepy. O-O

      What did Garnet mean though when she said it was the crystal gems shattered or something? :O

      By crystal gems she meant Rose's army and her allies that had fallen during the rebellion. Apparently Gems don't die when they're shattered, they're still sentient and can fuse but they can't form a physical body. Since they couldn't be healed, Garnet said they were buried together.

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    • The episode didn't have any subtlety. It completely spelled out what was happening. 


      The bodies were very visible, and Garnet's freak out was expositional (in a way).

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    • Gerginater wrote:
      I guess we finally know Garnet's weakness (which is a bad thing).

      No, it isn't. Garnet was pretty much Mary Sue Jesus until this episode.

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    • Okay.  I genuinely like this episode.  The homeworld gems forced the Crystal gems together as a sadistic punishment for the Crystal gem's use of fusion.  This is seriously dark for a kids show, but I love it.  I would have liked some better acting on Estelle's part, but that's pretty much my only complaint.  

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    • Kapadie wrote:
      Okay.  I genuinely like this episode.  The homeworld gems forced the Crystal gems together as a sadistic punishment for the Crystal gem's love of fusion.  This is seriously dark for a kids show, but I love it.  I would have liked some better acting on Estelle's part, but that's pretty much my only complaint.  

      Plus the muffled screams of anguish coming from the cluster sure adds a lot.

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    • TheBoomerCow wrote:
      Gerginater wrote:
      I guess we finally know Garnet's weakness (which is a bad thing).
      No, it isn't. Garnet was pretty much Mary Sue Jesus until this episode.

      What's a Mary Sue? And why is Garnet one? Is it bad?

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    • I liked this episode a lot, but not only did it surprise me, but it also put me in denial about peridot and the homeworld gems, was Rebecca lying when she said there was no true villain? Well just have to wait and see, I'm going to give this episode a 8.8 out if 10, it was a great dark and surprising episode overall!

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    • This episode made me shiver. I was horrified when I saw all those arms and hands stuck together to each other. And I was thinking Frybo was the scariest thing on SU...

      But what really touched me was when a part of Garnet (possibily Sapphire) felt guilty about the forced fusions and was trying to convince herself that wasn't their fault. They got me by the feels...

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    • this is now my favorite episode

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    • Spacepirateklix wrote:

      TheBoomerCow wrote:
      Gerginater wrote:
      I guess we finally know Garnet's weakness (which is a bad thing).
      No, it isn't. Garnet was pretty much Mary Sue Jesus until this episode.

      What's a Mary Sue? And why is Garnet one? Is it bad?

      A Mary Sue is basically a perfect character-no flaws at all. It is perceived as a bad thing by many. Garnet has shown some flaws before, though subtle, but pre-regeneration she was stoic and quiet, giving little to no information about herself, so of course she would seem that way, I'd assume.

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    • The gem cluster in this episode was rather interesting, if disturbing. It reminds me more forced soul fusion rather than body horror. I know that the bodies of the gems were fused together, but it was more their minds and spirits that were at conflict, dealing with the horror of their own existance. It reminds me of other instances of forced fusions, such as shades in various fantasy lores, or Ermac, from Mortal Kombat, as a specific example. It makes me think, could a fully functioning cluster be created, analagous to a fusion? The thought makes me shudder.

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    • I loved this episode, That got creepy, and I know that from what I have seen of the fandom on this site, no matter what, people are always going to find flaws in an episode even though there is always going to be flaws in anything because there is no such thing as a perfect episode, for me I was just too wrapped up in the true horror of it and just the atmosphere and how unsettling what happened in the kindergarten was. Seriously if this kind of stuff can make it past cartoon network's censors, than I wish more cartoons would be a bit more braver.

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    • I have to say I kind of expected something like this with HW..

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    • Random fanfics for the mid season slightly inspired by this episode.

      Captured (Part 1)- The g

      ems capture Peridot and try to poof her, but Steven decides to try and help her and see what she has been going through. Steven and Peridot (because Steven didn't think the gems should come) walk around town and talk. Steven tells Peridot about Lapis and Jasper and how Lapis made it seem like she was going to kill the gems but instead tricked Jasper and put them both at the bottom of the ocean. Peridot questions why she helped them, and Steven says it was to protect him and people like him. Peridot angrily questions why Steven and humans are worth fighting for, and the two have a duet: Peridot singing about how she doesn't know why humans are worth defending, and Steven giving reasons. After the duet, Peridot says that her duty is to serve Yellow Diamond, and that she doesn't decide what is right or wrong, and that Yellow Diamond says it's fine because the gems are already broken. Steven gives the reasons it's awful, and Peridot thinks about it. The episode ends with the two walking home.

      Pickup (Part 2)- Steven and Peridot are at the temple where Steven is trying to get Peridot to get along with the gems. This leads to a mentioning of the escape pod and the Yellow Diamond flare. Peridot freaks out because Peridot likely saw the flare and wants to pick up Jasper and herself. She asks when the flare was launched, and calculates when Yellow Diamond is coming, which happens to be that day. She points out that Yellow Diamond isn't forgiving, and will have her killed if she sees that she has been captured. The gems instantly prepare for another invasion. Meanwhile, Steven talks to Peridot, and asks if she wants to be a crystal gem, and she just looks nervous and changes the subject to finding a place to hide. On the lookout, Garnet sees an incoming ship that looks like a head. She has Steven fire the light cannons, and that doesn't work, so she fuses with Pearl and throws a gauntlet staff, which also doesn't work. The ship lands, and Yellow Diamond walks out wearing a yellow cloak for defence, and hiden identity. The gems attack, but the cloak shoots a pulse knocking them back. She sees Peridot standing and fear, and is seemingly forgiving. She says that she can come back to homeworld and have a second chance, reactivate the kindergarten, and have a life away from the people who got her trapped on this awful planet. She holds out her hand, and Peridot takes it. Before the two can leave, she says: "You can thank Lapis," and she uses her electric fingers to shock her. Steven cheers and Yellow Diamond charges like a blur. Peridot takes out her blaster weapon and shoots Yellow Diamond, knocking her back into the ship. Yellow Diamond says to leave to homeworld to bring back an army, and the ship leaves before it can be stopped. The episode ends with Peridot looking to Steven and saying: "I think I will accept your offer." Peridot then bocomes a crystal gem, and Lapis and Jasper join later.

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    • Spacepirateklix wrote:
      TheBoomerCow wrote:
      Gerginater wrote:
      I guess we finally know Garnet's weakness (which is a bad thing).
      No, it isn't. Garnet was pretty much Mary Sue Jesus until this episode.
      What's a Mary Sue? And why is Garnet one? Is it bad?

      A Mary Sue is a character without flaws. She's not a bad character by any means for other reasons, and it makes some sense that she wouldn't have many flaws, but the way that she was basically perfect in and out of combat was getting incredibly annoying. A character neeeds flaws, you see.

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    • The screams and creepy music just made it more disturbing. Also Garnet discussing with eachother while still sharing the same body was kinda creepy.

      Is it me or did Steven use his shield... to protect himself? To me it seemed like those clusters were coming on his direction and not Garnet's.

      I hope the cluster we saw is eventually splitted and reunited with their pieces into four new Crystal Gems.

      This episode is definitely one of my favorites! I love creepy and disturbing stuff.

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    • Mr.Napcakes wrote:
      Was that twisted gem fusion.. Bismuth?

      that makes so much sense. but the bismuth gemstone was in lion's mane.

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    • Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
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      It's like the souls of Gems, crying out in terror.


      I thought Homeworld was bad, but this is sick.

      Fusion is quite obviously an intimate thing.

      Like, INTIMATE.

      Imagine the human equivalent of this.

      I loved Peridot before this.

      But this is unforgivable.

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    • Biesaga wrote:
      Creepy... And good. And the Peridot scene was funny. I was kind of hoping Garnet would split and become Ruby and Sapphire again. :/

      i was hoping for ruby and sapphire would appear separately

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    • I enjoyed the episode very much, and the best part is, Peridot was there. The part that got me was when Garnet was horrified from what she saw, realizing that the broken gems were forcefully being fused, and she found that wrong. There's so much dark secrets involving the gem world that the Crystal Gems themselves (even Rose) never even knew about. I'm guessing that Garnet will never forget what she saw.

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    • I wonder.  Did gems become "gems" when they went to earth.  Or did they perhaps find gemstones on a meteoroid, or mabye on their homeworld.  If they did get gems on their homeworld, then did they get their "human language names" when the came to earth (Amethyst, pearl, garnet, peridot, etc.)?  Another question: Were gems, always gems.  Were they born that way?  Or where they some other alien beings before they became aligned with gems. 


      I don't expect anyone to have an answer.  I was just thinking about it. 

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    • The Diamond Man wrote:
      I don't know, but I really like it when Steven interacts with Peridot.

      Agreed, but if anyone can get her to listen than it'll be Steven.

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    • I was hoping Steven and Peridot would become friends like Steven and Lapis

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    • Gems and Things wrote:
      Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
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      It's like the souls of Gems, crying out in terror.


      I thought Homeworld was bad, but this is sick.

      Fusion is quite obviously an intimate thing.

      Like, INTIMATE.

      Imagine the human equivalent of this.

      I loved Peridot before this.

      But this is unforgivable.

      Peri just might be following orders, don't be so hard on her!

      And, besides, it's not like they actually KNOW what true fusion is and those experiments are the proof. Even Jaspers said "it's only a way to make weak Gems stronger". Maybe they were just trying to make a "megazord" (megagem?).

      These new Gems from Homeworld do not seem to be aware of, you know, feelings. 

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    • I guess the only thing I did not like had nothing to do with the episode, its the Homeworld. Seriously that was sick, That was unforgivable. Maybe Peridot can be redeemed because I guess she was just following orders. And her interaction with Steven may suggest that he may get through to her, but the Homeworld can't be redeemed after this.

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    • To see Garnet's terrified reactions to the Cluster is surreal, and it was a close shave for Steven to keep her from un-fusing! Not helping things, was that Peridot escaped the clutches of the Crystal Gems once again! :(

      Those horrid Homeworlders, they have no respect for the laws of nature and the intimacy in the act of fusion!

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    • I smell Yellow Diamond at the head of this twisted fusion experiment program!

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    • Lilalety wrote:
      Gems and Things wrote:
      Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
      Keeping It Together 171
      It's like the souls of Gems, crying out in terror.


      I thought Homeworld was bad, but this is sick.

      Fusion is quite obviously an intimate thing.

      Like, INTIMATE.

      Imagine the human equivalent of this.

      I loved Peridot before this.

      But this is unforgivable.

      Peri just might be following orders, don't be so hard on her!

      And, besides, it's not like they actually KNOW what true fusion is and those experiments are the proof. Even Jaspers said "it's only a way to make weak Gems stronger". Maybe they were just trying to make a "megazord" (megagem?).

      These new Gems from Homeworld do not seem to be aware of, you know, feelings. 

      .....

      I'll give it a thought. The way Peridot reacted to Steven, it was like she semi-trusted him. It's sort of like Peridot is a scientist with no say in the matter of what Homeworld does.

      To sum it up, it depends. Honestly if Peridot was a Crystal Gem she would be a hilarious asset. I'll give her one more chance.

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    • I don't all of homeworld is horrible there might be some good gems there, I'm sure not all of them like what's happening!

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    • Opal4Life wrote:

      It's proven that fusions can talk to eachother while fused outloud.

      Didn't Stevonnie & Malachite already prove this?

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    • Peridot!! I knew she would come back! Boy has she been training! (I guess she's been training since she landed on earth), she has new powers and is just getting stronger. I hope she gets redeemed in the future! 

      Even the evil baby laugh, it's cute!

      http://shelbyannrabara.com/voice-over-reels

      I regonized Peridot's voice tones, they sound like Shelby's voice reels.

      I knew Garnet would break one day, and now I want Steven to use his healing powrers to bring gem shards back together or Peridot's goo.

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    • I honestly wasn't expecting to see Peridot again so soon.... or to see a horrifying forced fusion that almost caused Garnet to defuse. Garnet almost defusing really enunciates just how awful the forced fusion is, I mean she managed to stay fused while being forcibly ejected from Alexandrite but just the sight of the forced fusion almost defused her.

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    • So first we had a heart-string-pulling episode

      Then we had a comic relief episode

      And now we expierenced pure horror and fear, that even scared Garnet, and terrified most fans

      What will be next? Steven Bomb is turning out awesome

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    • DANGIT SU, STOP DESTROYING MY FEELS.

      I knew I was in for a ride with this show, ever since episode 2. (I hated Gem Glow.)

      MY EPISODE ANALYSIS.

      It started off as light-hearted, but I think everyone knew as soon as the Kindergarten was mentioned that stuff was about to go down.

      AND THEY WERE RIGHT.

      I don't think anyone was prepared for the horror that is a Gem Cluster.

      Willful Gem fusion temporarily unites the mental, emotional, and physical forms of gems, without fusing the gems themeselves. Not that bad. Quite cool actually.

      But CLUSTERS. AAAEEIIIH.

      Clusters are what look like perma-fused gems. The shards are forced together. I'm still gagging.

      Peridot was revived from the SU archives, and made an appearence as a Yellow Diamond minion/Dr. Frankenstein. I used to love you Peri but now I'm not so sure. Maybe Steven CAN convert her to the Crystal Gem teachings. I hope so.

      Garnet got off her high horse and showed some flaws, so now I love her even more. Her reaction was pure HORROR, which showed the gravity of the situation. She almost unfused at the sight of that thing. She couldn't even talk to P and A about what happened.

      ALSO NOBODY I'VE SEEN HAs CREDITED THE INDESCRIBABLY GOOD MUSIC.

      Did anyone pay attention to the music that played during the Cluster's appearence. It sounded like a video-game Chiptune gone wrong. I was astounded by the atmosphere the music built.

      In the end, my favorite episode was shown today. Sorry, Laser Light Cannon. I love this one too much.

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    • The Diamond Man wrote: I don't know, but I really like it when Steven interacts with Peridot.

      Same

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    • Episode like this one makes me want 22 min. episodes, then I think about Onion Trade and RTCS... 

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    • Pencil Sketcher wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote:

      It's proven that fusions can talk to eachother while fused outloud.

      Didn't Stevonnie & Malachite already prove this?

      And alexandrite

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    • the fact that they used to be crystal gems too oh my god.

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    • Centipeedle's gem appears in a few frames of this episodes, some users believe its an error and i'm so unsure if its an error. So tell me your opinion if this is an error, hint, or foreshadowing!
      TogetherGem
      Omg
      Centipeedle
      Keeping It
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    • Aqualad124 wrote:
      Centipeedle's gem appears in a few frames of this episodes, some users believe its an error and i'm so unsure if its an error. So tell me your opinion if this is an error, hint, or foreshadowing!
      TogetherGem
      Omg
      Centipeedle
      Keeping It

      what if the centipeedle was a cluster too O.o

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    • Ruby The Impatient Gem wrote:
      Peridot was so funny in this ep. her scream, her maniacal laughter, and her awesome new powers o:

      I AM PRERRY GREAT

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    • A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
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    • The REAL question:

      LEG GGGGG








      WHO'S LEG IS THIS??? IT'S THE BEST LEG.

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    • Notice that in Jailbreak, Peridot said that the only point in coming to Earth was to check on the "cluster". Wouldn't she have said "clusters" if she meant every cluster?


      Maybe EVERY single gem shard was supposed to be forced together! That is so messed up!

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    • StevenUniverseForever wrote:
      Aqualad124 wrote:
      Centipeedle's gem appears in a few frames of this episodes, some users believe its an error and i'm so unsure if its an error. So tell me your opinion if this is an error, hint, or foreshadowing!
      TogetherGem
      Omg
      Centipeedle
      Keeping It
      what if the centipeedle was a cluster too O.o

      Now that I think about it, alot of "Corrupted" Gems apprear to have irregular shapes and markings.



      The Homeworld did this.



      May their empires burn to the bottom of the deepest chasm, may their leaders and all in power feel the agonizing pain those Gems felt.




      I HATE the Homeworld




      And it's only getting worse after this episode.

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    • XNeoXx wrote:
      Notice that in Jailbreak, Peridot said that the only point in coming to Earth was to check on the "cluster". Wouldn't she have said "clusters" if she meant every cluster?


      Maybe EVERY single gem shard was supposed to be forced together! That is so messed up!

      Ironic how they went to check on a "fusion" (I use that term usely, based on the situation), and then they were beaten by an actual fusion.

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    • Man, this episode was excellent! Disturbing as all heck, but excellent!

      I think what really made the Cluster so horrifying aside from the implications is Garnet's reaction to them. This is the first time we've seen her freak out like it nearly causing her to unfuse. That look of sheer horror on her made the cluster more disturbing than just the way it looked, or even the way it tried to form.

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    • Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      I doubt force fusion is what you think it is. I think it's a intimate act of friendship and love. An intimate act doesn't need to be the adult thing you're thinking of. What I'm thinking of is a more intense hug or maybe even kiss, but unless you think Steven and Connie did those adult things you're thinking of at age 10-12, well, ew...

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    • we can debate that later. i'm more disturb that it implied that experiment like that were norm on the home world, which raises a terrifying/disturbing question. how many other different experiment and was these force fusion just a prototype and if so for what?

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    • Fusion combines the physical and mental attributes, along with the powers, of the Gems... Not their actual Gems... The Cluster is a forced Fusion that can't be diffused because their Gems are forced tgether. God, this episode made me curdle in the stomach. Rebecca strikes again...

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    • Is fusion really a form of of intimacy? While it may apply to Garnet and Stevonnie. Think of Suigilite formed out of praticality to get a job done. Same thing for Opal. Alexandrite I don't know. 

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    • Masterchudi wrote:
      Is fusion really a form of of intimacy? While it may apply to Garnet and Stevonnie. Think of Suigilite formed out of praticality to get a job done. Same thing for Opal. Alexandrite I don't know. 

      Nah i think its more than that and
      A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
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    • Mr.Napcakes wrote:
      Was that twisted gem fusion.. Bismuth?

      Pretty sure Bismuth is the gem bubbled in Lion's Mane. 

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    • Da evil gummeh worms are comin! Hide yo children!
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    • ...I don't care whether Peridot was just "following orders."  [Nuremberg Principles] 

      That was downright evil. 

      Those clusters were screaming. How long have they been there writhing in pain? 

      How old is Kindergarten again? 

      Gosh darn it. This episode was amazing yet so heart wrenching. 

      (Peridot is still a favorite though.) 

      EDIT: Re-watched. While normal fusions (that we've seen before this episode) have their own musical themes, the forced ones have random beats/notes flying everywhere. Just something I found interesting. Poor broken gem shards..

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    • Did Peridot MAKE the experiments, or was she checking up on them? I can not wait for this to be confirmed. ALSO-notice how none of her combat involved her gem? That is gonna mean something, I assure you.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Did Peridot MAKE the experiments, or was she checking up on them? I can not wait for this to be confirmed. ALSO-notice how none of her combat involved her gem? That is gonna mean something, I assure you.

      Maybe her fingers ARE her weapon? If she ever loses one, she just uses her gem to summon another.

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    • It's hard to believe we are more than half way done with Stevenbomb... 

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    • Why does Peridot escapes every time?!

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    • Now this was the episode I was waiting for, not that troll stuff like RT/CS. XD 

      Anyway, about Pericopter.

      http://36.media.tumblr.com/7653deeb28b0381d436d9d898a884973/tumblr_nq41y7iU2P1u65zxlo1_1280.png

      I just can't let this go, just can't. It's so...random. XD 

      I know what scene should've happened after Peridot flew off. Mini spoiler for a scene from Jurassic World guys.

      It cuts to a part where the viewers see the inside of a helicopter full of Ingen Mercenaries and one merc one shots a nearby flying pterosaur. 

      If anyone replaces that pterosaur with Pericopter in that scene. You are awesome. :)

      Anyway, 9.5/10 for this episode.

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    • THis episode gave me nightmares.

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    • FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie

      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fused with Connie and thus experienced fusion, so Garnet thought that would answer his question and didn't realize he meant long-term.

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    • Has anyone noticed that when the Cluster grabs Garnet it's in a way that looks like it's saying "HELP ME"

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    • ( I hope we get an episode what the old Crystal Gems were like with a lot of members, and hopefully we can see the interactions, maybe Garnet hanging out with other Fusions on the team laughing, Pearl talking to other smart gems, Amethyst relaxing with relaxed Gems, and a Non-Pregnant rose planning their next move with other gems.
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    • Elementfirecross wrote:
      Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      I doubt force fusion is what you think it is. I think it's a intimate act of friendship and love. An intimate act doesn't need to be the adult thing you're thinking of. What I'm thinking of is a more intense hug or maybe even kiss, but unless you think Steven and Connie did those adult things you're thinking of at age 10-12, well, ew...

      Other, more PG-ish analogies for forced fusion (content warning: body horror; also, spoiler alert):

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    • Ruby talking for some reason, reminded me of Scrappy Doo.

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    • When Sapphire said "It wasn't our fault" I started to cry.. This episode was so many feels, when Garnet apologized for almost unfusing, the Cluster itself made me emotional.

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    • I hope that they'll be able to help those poor gems someday

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    • Bianca003 wrote: Can I see the episode in a link?

      The officially licensed digital distributors tend to release the episodes in pairs. They've already got Sworn to the Sword and Rising Tides, Crashing Skies on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video, so if you buy Volume 3, you'll probably get Keeping it Together some time tomorrow and the rest of StevenBomb 2 by the end of the week. (Assuming Volume 3 is 13 double episodes like Volumes 1 and 2, the price works out to about $1 an episode.)

      Also, friendly reminder: Bootleg episode links are against the wiki rules. Don't get banned.

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    • YEP. By far most sickening thing in my life. My friends all say this is a kid's show. I finally have an episode that can completley prove them wrong, that will twist their stomachs. I can finally show them the REAL show.

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    • Scarletta Agni wrote:
      The Jammin' Gem wrote:
      we dont really know how they destroy life on earth, just that it gets janked up
      Well, Pearl explains the incubated Kindergarten Gems suck life out of the land surrounding them. If the Homeworld added more Kindergartens on Earth, then logically the incubating Gems would literally suck the life out of the Earth, destroying it.

      That statements somehow oddly hints the possibility of Earth being a superorganism, a living world: http://aliens.wikia.com/wiki/Living_Worlds                  

      But can a terraforming device such as The Genesis Device (http://en.memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Genesis_Device) repair Kindergarten's damage?

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    • This is the new most disturbing episode of SU, beating Cat Fingers.

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    • Gordon Ecker wrote:

      Bianca003 wrote: Can I see the episode in a link?

      The officially licensed digital distributors tend to release the episodes in pairs. They've already got Sworn to the Sword and Rising Tides, Crashing Skies on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video, so if you buy Volume 3, you'll probably get Keeping it Together some time tomorrow and the rest of StevenBomb 2 by the end of the week. (Assuming Volume 3 is 13 double episodes like Volumes 1 and 2, the price works out to about $1 an episode.)

      Also, friendly reminder: Bootleg episode links are against the wiki rules. Don't get banned.

      Not to mention it's already on Cartoon Network's site for people with the right cable companies who have Cartoon Network in their package (who have or can get logins for said company that are connected to their cable info). ...They've been getting them up fast this week (and are releasing them in pairs of new/previous episode... which is new).

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    • Vogel100 wrote:
      This is the new most disturbing episode of SU, beating Cat Fingers.

      It beats Cat fingers by a long way. I have no trouble rewatching Cat Fingers, this on the other hand..... so apparently just before Garnet sent the bubble away, the cluster changes into what looks like the Centipeedle's Gem. So what if all of those Gem monsters that the Crystal Gems have been fighting are actually forced fusions. That really puts things into perspective. At first I really wanted to see the Diamond authority, the leaders of the Homeworld (Yellow Diamond, Blue Diamond and White Diamond) but now I kind of want to see there butts kicked.

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    • Elementfirecross wrote:

      Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      I doubt force fusion is what you think it is. I think it's a intimate act of friendship and love. An intimate act doesn't need to be the adult thing you're thinking of. What I'm thinking of is a more intense hug or maybe even kiss, but unless you think Steven and Connie did those adult things you're thinking of at age 10-12, well, ew...

      I think the status of fusion is open to interpretation and possibly moves around situationally (that is, for instance, in the case of Alexandrite or Opal or something, it largely seems to be done to take care of business... but then you have Garnet, which was done for love). The larger issue with forced fusion is consent, which is relevant to both the interpretations you guys have. Granted, consent is often linked to Evtini's thought process, but it doesn't have to be (for example, preschoolers can be taught consent in completely platonic situations, i.e. "Does Ben like it when you put paint on his face? No. Imagine what would happen if someone did something to you that you didn't like. It wouldn't be fun so don't do it because it's wrong.")

      TL;DR: Fusion is a metaphor. Forced fusion is a metaphor. Garnet is a metaphor. Yay, metaphors.

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    • I think it's safe to say this episode redeemed Steven Bomb from the boringness that was "Rising Tides, Crashing Skies"... XD But in all seriousness, great episode! It was interesting to see what was really going on in that secret base under the kindergarten, and I'm surprised at how dark this episode is (for a kids' show, anyway).

      As for the whole fusion argument, I think they're just breaking most of the rules they set up anyway. Before, we thought that fusion required mutual consent and synchronization. Malachite disproves the second assumption, while these new gem clusters disprove the first (I highly doubt the shattered Crystal Gems WANT to stay in hideous, mutated fusions, so they are being forced to without choice or consent). Maybe the loophole in this scenario is that the gems themselves are physically fused (as opposed to just combining their physical forms together while the gems stay seperate). Unlike most fusions, the gem clusters are actual gems stuck together, so that is probably why it does not require consent, choice, or synchronized thought or whatever Fusion requires. 

      Another possible theory is that the way were taught about fusion in season 1 is just the "morally acceptable" way to fuse, as opposed to it being some kind of evil/undesirable act to fuse without both consent and synchronization. The way Garnet reacted to the gem clusters may be evidence of this theory, because she was horrified by the descrepancy between the way Fusion "should be" and the way the gem clusters were fused.

      I'm not really sure about any of this (I don't think we really can be until the writers flat out explain it all... XD), but these are just a few ideas I'm throwin' out there. 

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    • Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      I think this kind of fusion is RAPE but on both sides of the gems involved. There's just no other word for it. That's why the audience for SU is far more mature people. I'm 14 and i just love this show. It has everything i ever want in a TV show.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

      Yas. An evil villain laugh detected.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

      Earth has done weird stuff to her brain

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    • the sound of the  fused gems / monster looking thins sounded a a lot like a legendary pokemon when u battle it in the games

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    • TheScrub96 wrote:
      I think it's safe to say this episode redeemed Steven Bomb from the boringness that was "Rising Tides, Crashing Skies"... XD But in all seriousness, great episode! It was interesting to see what was really going on in that secret base under the kindergarten, and I'm surprised at how dark this episode is (for a kids' show, anyway).

      As for the whole fusion argument, I think they're just breaking most of the rules they set up anyway. Before, we thought that fusion required mutual consent and synchronization. Malachite disproves the second assumption, while these new gem clusters disprove the first (I highly doubt the shattered Crystal Gems WANT to stay in hideous, mutated fusions, so they are being forced to without choice or consent). Maybe the loophole in this scenario is that the gems themselves are physically fused (as opposed to just combining their physical forms together while the gems stay seperate). Unlike most fusions, the gem clusters are actual gems stuck together, so that is probably why it does not require consent, choice, or synchronized thought or whatever Fusion requires. 

      Another possible theory is that the way were taught about fusion in season 1 is just the "morally acceptable" way to fuse, as opposed to it being some kind of evil/undesirable act to fuse without both consent and synchronization. The way Garnet reacted to the gem clusters may be evidence of this theory, because she was horrified by the descrepancy between the way Fusion "should be" and the way the gem clusters were fused.

      I'm not really sure about any of this (I don't think we really can be until the writers flat out explain it all... XD), but these are just a few ideas I'm throwin' out there. 

      Man that was good scrub, I think it strengthens the you know what metaphor even more.

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    • Flutterboo wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

      Earth has done weird stuff to her brain

      Also Peridot is peristein confirmed! 

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    • I don't think Peri was laughing about creating the cluster, or getting away. She was laughing over knowing what the Gems would find down there.

      ... haha, episodes like this are why I love this show. I won't lie.

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    • we need to talk has been leaked

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    • on utube

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    • Poor pearl :( wrote:
      TheScrub96 wrote:
      I think it's safe to say this episode redeemed Steven Bomb from the boringness that was "Rising Tides, Crashing Skies"... XD But in all seriousness, great episode! It was interesting to see what was really going on in that secret base under the kindergarten, and I'm surprised at how dark this episode is (for a kids' show, anyway).

      As for the whole fusion argument, I think they're just breaking most of the rules they set up anyway. Before, we thought that fusion required mutual consent and synchronization. Malachite disproves the second assumption, while these new gem clusters disprove the first (I highly doubt the shattered Crystal Gems WANT to stay in hideous, mutated fusions, so they are being forced to without choice or consent). Maybe the loophole in this scenario is that the gems themselves are physically fused (as opposed to just combining their physical forms together while the gems stay seperate). Unlike most fusions, the gem clusters are actual gems stuck together, so that is probably why it does not require consent, choice, or synchronized thought or whatever Fusion requires. 

      Another possible theory is that the way were taught about fusion in season 1 is just the "morally acceptable" way to fuse, as opposed to it being some kind of evil/undesirable act to fuse without both consent and synchronization. The way Garnet reacted to the gem clusters may be evidence of this theory, because she was horrified by the descrepancy between the way Fusion "should be" and the way the gem clusters were fused.

      I'm not really sure about any of this (I don't think we really can be until the writers flat out explain it all... XD), but these are just a few ideas I'm throwin' out there. 

      Man that was good scrub, I think it strengthens the you know what metaphor even more.

      I don't think they were already fused, homeworld technology made them that way. This goes against gems' nature.

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    • Wow yeah this was a good episode very Dark.

      Peridot was never a Villian, she's a Lacky. She was told to do her job and she's fullfilling it. She obviously didn't create the Cluster since she said to Jasper they were supose to CHECK the Cluster. Also I do note she seems terrified of breaking the laws of homeworld but she's also terrified of the Crystal Gems. She not really a threat or even that evil. Also Steven didn't want her to get hurt, he's such a sweet baby <3.

      The cluster was terrifying. Seeing Garnet scared made it even worse since she so calm and collective. Although if that's what became of Rose's army I really feel sorry for them, it's a crueler fate than death. I hope they can find a way to free them or heal them from that terrible state.

      Over all Great Episode. I'm excited for more.

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    • Somebody made this out of Jasper, so I'm making one myself. (Breaks the mood of the scene, though.)
      PicsArt 1434635108505

      This is a meme.

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    • Peridot is a monster for doing this. Also who's idea was it to force the gems to fuse?

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    • Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      Peridot is a monster for doing this. Also who's idea was it to force the gems to fuse?

      Yellow Diamond.

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    • Speccyemerald wrote:

      Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:
      Peridot is a monster for doing this. Also who's idea was it to force the gems to fuse?

      Yellow Diamond.

      Whoever he/she is she/he is a monster.

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    • I would love to do that to Yellow Diamond. But with whom? All the other Diamonds, of course. (Well, just Blue and White ;)

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    • NeonClovers wrote:
      That episode was creepy, and hilarious. The peridot part was hilarious, the forced hand fusion thing was creepy. O-O

      What did Garnet mean though when she said it was the crystal gems shattered or something? :O

      Basically, there were many more Crystal Gems that fought during the Gem Rebellion. Those who were defeated, had their gems shattered, which is basically like killing them. The Cluster was formed out of five broken Crystal Gems that were forced together. Basically, it not only brought the dead back, but they were brought back to form that hideous monstrosity.

      No wonder Garnet was so freaked out though...especially since she thinks of fusion in an entirely different way than others do.

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    • I have an unhappy feeling that one of the Crystal Gems in the cluster was Emerald :"(

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    • Speccyemerald wrote: I have an unhappy feeling that one of the Crystal Gems in the cluster was Emerald :"(

      Where did you see emerald?

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    • Ninja chimanz wrote: on utube

      And iTunes.

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    • Benjamin DiVittorio wrote:

      Speccyemerald wrote: I have an unhappy feeling that one of the Crystal Gems in the cluster was Emerald :"(

      Where did you see emerald?

      One of the Gems in the center of the cluster is a certain shade of green. I can only hope that I'm wrong.

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    • Fullmusic16 wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

      Yas. An evil villain laugh detected.

      Huh, yeah. (-:,

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    • Poor pearl :( wrote:
      Flutterboo wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Have you guys even seen and hear how Peridot looked, when she was laughing? |-:,
      Helicopter peridot

      You'll never take me alive!

      Earth has done weird stuff to her brain
      Also Peridot is peristein confirmed! 

      And, would you look at her hair, when she laughs out loud? Damn, that mad gem woman! (-:<

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    • Rockstar0702 wrote:
      anyone think its kinda odd that when pearl gets stabbed by a sword and when amythyst gets condenced by a choking monster they poof but when i saw peridot get hit BY A GIANT MACHINE more powerful then a monster or a sword and crashes down on her face into the earth i thought her gem would be destroyed or at the very least she poofs but no she somehow survives not even a scratch on her form and is still at full strength when normally that would have destroyed a gem even more possible there gemstone itself and i think destroyed gemstone can be reformed seeing as how a form was summoned by fragments being placed together

      To be fair, in the second episode featuring centipeetle, the cave collapsed on top of Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl and they were fine afterward. I'm wondering if the real reason why gems poof is because their bodies have kind of like an HP meter and that's why some attacks poof them and others don't. Amethyst in "Reformed" only poofed as often as she did because she created unstable forms after her original body was damaged. That might also explain why Peridot was fine because if she's never seen battle, then she'd be at full health and able to take a little punishment before needing to poof. 

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    • Look here! The music is even funny! It's "Benny Hill"!: http://qpqrkjq.tumblr.com/post/121806866387/musical-gopher-it-had-to-be-done :-D

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    • HarleyQuinnade9799 wrote:
      I would love to do that to Yellow Diamond. But with whom? All the other Diamonds, of course. (Well, just Blue and White ;)

      Actually, I'm thinking White Diamond is already dead. I think that tomb they visited in "Serious Steven" was where White Diamond fell. There's also talk about Rose Quartz actually being Pink Diamond based off the insignia of the battle arena in "Sworn to the Sword". You sure you want 'all' the other Diamonds forced to fuse?

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    • Neko Setsuka wrote:
      HarleyQuinnade9799 wrote:
      I would love to do that to Yellow Diamond. But with whom? All the other Diamonds, of course. (Well, just Blue and White ;)
      Actually, I'm thinking White Diamond is already dead. I think that tomb they visited in "Serious Steven" was where White Diamond fell. There's also talk about Rose Quartz actually being Pink Diamond based off the insignia of the battle arena in "Sworn to the Sword". You sure you want 'all' the other Diamonds forced to fuse?

      He said just Blue and White.

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    • NO One for some reason is comparing the fusion expirments with the WW2 Creeepypastas? Also this is the First Time we see Garnet Cry. I Can't Wait for We Need To Talk!! :D also I don't mean the first thing I said seriously, only historically

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    • ISlendyGlowstone wrote:
      NO One for some reason is comparing the fusion expirments with the WW2 Creeepypastas? Also this is the First Time we see Garnet Cry. I Can't Wait for We Need To Talk!! :D also I don't mean the first thing I said seriously, only historically

      Please dont ban me ;(

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    • ISlendyGlowstone wrote:
      Also this is the First Time we see Garnet Cry.

      Not true, first for so many birthdays

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      ISlendyGlowstone wrote:
      Also this is the First Time we see Garnet Cry.
      Not true, first for so many birthdays

      and Say Uncle

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    • Bianca003 wrote:
      YOU CAN SEE BODYS OF GEMS!!!
      Keeping It Together 171

      What disturbs me even more is that they try to scream, but a distorted mechanical sound comes out instead...

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    • This was my favorite episode

      reason #1: peridot is BAE

      reason #2: GEM FUSION EXPERIMENTS. just wow, mont of them were arms and legs together but that big one freaked me out, it freaked out garnet too, plus ruby and sappire talked but sadly made no appearance

      reason #3: It looked as if peridot went insane but she was really powerful ex: running up walls, flying and having a TAZER

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    • And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

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    • Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie

      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.

      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems

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    • FURY325 wrote:
      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      I've bin wondering about that myself.

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    • FURY325 wrote:

      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie

      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.

      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems

      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

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    • Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:

      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems

      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.

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    • Owenbretts wrote:

      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:

      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems

      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.

      Well, yeah, I know he knows how, I was more saying that he doesn't seem (or we haven't seen him) in-show to exactly have the hang of doing it on purpose (that is, when the situation could call for it on a tactical level) specifically, but he can do it with Connie because he goes with the flow (the funky flow! :D), seemingly whenever he just gets happy and at ease enough with her (which makes me wonder if he'd have issues under pressure doing it even with her (because he might not be as at-ease and happy, for instance)... but that's a whole other tangent of analysis). I guess I hadn't put much thought into the dynamics of Connie vs. gems on why he might not have been able to do it with them, but your post has me thinking... so thanks! (Now I have something to think about for the next two hours. XD)

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:


      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.

      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.

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    • Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:


      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.

      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:



      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.
      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.
      • The more normal and stable they are

      FTFY

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    • Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:



      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.
      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.
      • The more normal and stable they are

      FTFY

      what?

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    • FTFY=Fixed that for you 

      Do you even chan?

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    • Speccyemerald wrote:
      FTFY=Fixed that for you 

      Do you even chan?

      nope

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    • Sits here and waits for thread about promo picture for We Need to Talk.

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    • Ah, I see that Ownbretts has not been the the land of 4chan.org. Very well then.

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    • Speccyemerald wrote:
      Ah, I see that Ownbretts has not been the the land of 4chan.org. Very well then.

      Yes, and I never will

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    • Darkrai2050 wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      ISlendyGlowstone wrote:
      Also this is the First Time we see Garnet Cry.
      Not true, first for so many birthdays
      and Say Uncle

      I meant TEARS without Visor! |:[

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:



      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.
      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.

      Although true but necesseraly. the more positive feelings between two people, the more normal they look. But love is one of the most positive feeling so yeah that what makes what u said correct 

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    • My Birthstone: Opal! wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:



      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.
      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.
      Although true but necesseraly. the more positive feelings between two people, the more normal they look. But love is one of the most positive feeling so yeah that what makes what u said correct 

      (Sigh)…not all fusions require a dance. From what I've seen with Steven, it seems that fusion only works with him if he has a strong bond or emotional connection with another individual. For the one who protects friends/family. This is how he fused with Connie. Doesn't that mean he could fuse with a gem to proctect as one being.

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    • Click the link for a cool thing I found!!!! Please it is weird and mysterious! http://steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:RubyTheGem/Something_Weird_In_Keeping_It_Together!

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    • Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      Elementfirecross wrote:

      Evtini200 wrote:
      8/10 episode. 

      MUCH better than RTCS and much needed. 

      So like, it started off really weak and pathetic with Peridot being played for laughs, but then it got really deep. Any of us with mature minds know EXACTLY what forced fusion is (and why I can't say it on kiddie wiki). Ended rather suddenly though. 15 minutes isn't long enough for episodes to have enough effect. Given more time, this would've been even more powerful.

      YES, I'm praising and episode of Steven Universe instead of complaining. I love to rant and complain but this was a good one. Easily top ten.

      I doubt force fusion is what you think it is. I think it's a intimate act of friendship and love. An intimate act doesn't need to be the adult thing you're thinking of. What I'm thinking of is a more intense hug or maybe even kiss, but unless you think Steven and Connie did those adult things you're thinking of at age 10-12, well, ew...

      I think the status of fusion is open to interpretation and possibly moves around situationally (that is, for instance, in the case of Alexandrite or Opal or something, it largely seems to be done to take care of business... but then you have Garnet, which was done for love). The larger issue with forced fusion is consent, which is relevant to both the interpretations you guys have. Granted, consent is often linked to Evtini's thought process, but it doesn't have to be (for example, preschoolers can be taught consent in completely platonic situations, i.e. "Does Ben like it when you put paint on his face? No. Imagine what would happen if someone did something to you that you didn't like. It wouldn't be fun so don't do it because it's wrong.")

      TL;DR: Fusion is a metaphor. Forced fusion is a metaphor. Garnet is a metaphor. Yay, metaphors.

      I completely agree with you. I just find it really awkward when people think fusion means one thing that's waaay more adult, and then ignore the fact that Steven and Connie did it. Like, are they the ones who make adult Steven and Connie pictures while Steven and Connie are still kids?

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    • FURY325 wrote:
      My Birthstone: Opal! wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Speccyemerald wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:




      Citrusellaeditswikis wrote:

      FURY325 wrote: A real question is what did Garnet mean when she said "but you have fused"? Dose anyone think after he could command his shield willingly, he is managed to fuse with gems?*

      • Other than Stevonnie
      That he's become Stevonnie is probably exactly what she means. He's fuse  and didn't realize he meant long-term.
      I'm just saying he probably has a good  potential to fuse with gems
      I'm sure he could, though a part of me wonders if perhaps he only knows how to fuse unconsciously right now (kind of like how he couldn't summon his shield on purpose in the beginning). We've only ever seen him fuse when he's not explicitly trying to do it--it just kinda happens.

      I thought when you asked that you were asking if he'd fused before the episode with anyone but Connie. (Which I guess could have happened, but it's nothing we've seen.)

      Steven knows how fusion works, he just cant do it well.  Fusion requires gems to basically be romantic with each other, 12-13 year old boys just are like that.  The closest relationship is has is with connie, he really cares and likes her, that is why he is able to do Stevonnie.  He doesnt look at the gems the same he does connie or a girlfriend, he sees them as parants/mentors, you just arent romantical with poeple like that.
      I don't think Gems need to be romanticly involved with each other. Take a look at Fusions like Malachite, and Alexandrite.
      Fusion is about romance, the more romanticly involed they are, the more normal they look.
      Although true but necesseraly. the more positive feelings between two people, the more normal they look. But love is one of the most positive feeling so yeah that what makes what u said correct 
      (Sigh)…not all fusions require a dance. From what I've seen with Steven, it seems that fusion only works with him if he has a strong bond or emotional connection with another individual. For the one who protects friends/family. This is how he fused with Connie. Doesn't that mean he could fuse with a gem to proctect as one being.

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

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    • FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.

      I know that but if that ever happened i would mostly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

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    • FURY325 wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.
      I know that but if that ever happened i would moayly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      I dont know, I kinda think that Steven is just a regeneration of Rose but with his own seperate mind and personality due to him being half human.  So its possible, like if they are in the gem, they could meet and talk, and either Steven or Rose would go back.

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      Sticks the Badger removed this reply because:
      Double post. :P
      02:13, June 19, 2015
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    • FURY325 wrote:

      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.

      I know that but if that ever happened i would mostly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      Pearl said Steven was "organic", so he would probably just be fatally injured.

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    • Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.
      I know that but if that ever happened i would moayly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      I dont know, I kinda think that Steven is just a regeneration of Rose but with his own seperate mind and personality due to him being half human.  So its possible, like if they are in the gem, they could meet and talk, and either Steven or Rose would go back.

      Exactly my point and also saying that all the gems haved regenerated and do you think he would get a new outfit

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    • FURY325 wrote:
      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      I dont know, I kinda think that Steven is just a regeneration of Rose but with his own seperate mind and personality due to him being half human.  So its possible, like if they are in the gem, they could meet and talk, and either Steven or Rose would go back.
      Exactly my point and also saying that all the gems haved regenerated and do you think he would get a new outfit

      Steven's close are not generated by his gem, they are all just the unsold t-shirt from Greg music days, so probably no, unless if he regenerates and gets taller and/or more chuncky then they would have to do some shoping.

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    • Sticks the Badger wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:

      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.
      I know that but if that ever happened i would mostly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      Pearl said Steven was "organic", so he would probably just be fatally injured.

      No if anything it would be just like a real gem saying that all the gems haved regenerated and do you think he would get a new outfit?

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    • FURY325 wrote:

      Sticks the Badger wrote:

      FURY325 wrote:

      Owenbretts wrote:
      FURY325 wrote:

      Also i have some fusion if he did fuse with the gems:

      Pearl and Steven = Morganite ( a little short but saying as tall as Rainbow Quartz)

      Amethyst and Steven= Kunzite or Rubellite (Not sure but as tall as Opal)

      Garnet and Steven= Rhodilite or Ruby Quartz (Same height as Suglite)

      Tell me what ya think

      Are these fusions possible?

      I think they are all possible, but I think they would have the same name/gemstone as is they fused with Rose as Steven has his mothers gem, they would just look way more Stevony.
      I know that but if that ever happened i would mostly think he would fuse with Pearl if she aquired it if she takes him on a mission that is very important

      And another "real" question: Does anyone think Steven, if he was 'poofed', can he or can he not regenerate, and would you think he would get a new shirt or uniform after his regeneration?

      Pearl said Steven was "organic", so he would probably just be fatally injured.

      No if anything it would be just like a real gem saying that all the gems haved regenerated and do you think he would get a new outfit?

      Yup. :3

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    • For some reason, I think that if Rose Quartz fused with anyone, the result would be a variation of Rainbow Quartz, as Rainbow is any color, or in this case, gem combination. 

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