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    • Was that another Gem?! D-:

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    • I was originally thinking to myself since I do that a lot, about this show. I was thinking that, at the rate they're going, there's no way we can get past Season 2 and make original episodes with mysteries. But now I feel like this episode has ruined that thought. 



      More adventures and mysteries!!!

      Scary Garnet is scary

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    • Peridot-7.04cts
      Peridot
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    • It was, and the crystal gems seemed pretty scared abou it. 

      They're being hunted, and they needed to cover their tracks.

      If I had to guess, Lapis caused it.

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    • OH MY GOSH! The Galaxy Warp was fixed, and there was another gem! That cliff hanger, and all of it was pretty exciting! 

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    • We know know why the gems don't repair the galactics warps, cause there scare shitless about gems from the homeworld.

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    • Peridot looks like the Centibeetle Mother.

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    • Yeah. Though I still think that they're being hunted, there are other possibilities.

      They could just be scared, or some other thing.

      I think Lapis somehow started this because the end of Ocean Gem foreshadowed it,


      Garnet: "So Lapis made it into space."

      Pearl: "But what does this mean for us?"

      Garnet: "We'll wait and see." 

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    • Ok, they're some sort of outlaws. The speech confirms it!

      Pearl: She's gonna come back. I can't do this! Not AGAIN!

      Pearl saying again means this happened before.

      Amethyst: We're dead!

      Amethyst says that because since Peridot will come back, it probably means she's some sort of police patrol. And Garnet smashing the Warp Pad, covering their tracks! OUTLAWS!

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    • I only have three words: Oh. My. God.

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    • I second that Per Ankh

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    • Thinking back to the engravings on that temple in Serious Steven. I think the term Pearl used in "Space Race", about "gem-controlled planets", was completely literal. Maybe the gems are some sort of empire, and the Crystal Gems are a rebellion led by Rose Quartz that thought subjugation was wrong.

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    • I quite agree with GNX486. Think that the Crystal Gems protected humanity when the other gems came to Earth to conquer it. Our ladies are terrified because they don't want the gem race to return and resume their goal of conquest. Perhaps all the 'monsters' the Gems are fighting are the Crystal Gem soldiers that sides with Rose Crystal and lost their forms fighting in the war. Rose Crystal was trying to help them because she, as a general of the Crystal Gems if not *the* general, felt responsible for what happened to them; that's why she was always trying to heal them.

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    • My Review: It was awesome, without a doubt. But Garnet acted really out of character at the end.

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    • Now it makes sense why Steven needs to learn to fuse and the revelation of the whole lunar sea spire test, he needs to be at his best if the gems from the homeworld arrive in earth.

      But it seems like Peridot was quite scared at the thought of the warp pad being "compromised" maybe the Gems from the homeworld don't travel to earth cause they're afraid of getting corrupted.

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    • Shippers be like:

      I SHIP PEARL AND PERIDOT

      PEARLidot

      Pearl hates Peridot

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    • Good one. (-:

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    • I agree, and I suspected it all along anyways. Although, I can't take full credit to that due to having read a theory first online and then agreeing with it. So, I wasn't really surprised by the implications of them being outlaws.

      It was a funny episode overall! I seem to prefer Crystal Gem centered episodes as opposed to ones focusing on minor characters.

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    • Lilduders wrote:
      I agree, and I suspected it all along anyways. Although, I can't take full credit to that due to having read a theory first online and then agreeing with it. So, I wasn't really surprised by the implications of them being outlaws.

      It was a funny episode overall! I seem to prefer Crystal Gem centered episodes as opposed to ones focusing on minor characters.

      Well, other than Greg, the gems are the most....colorful ....characters.

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    • Question that's really bugging me is why have GAP not told Steven anything about their history? Wonder what they're trying to hide.

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    • Naressa wrote: I quite agree with GNX486. Think that the Crystal Gems protected humanity when the other gems came to Earth to conquer it. Our ladies are terrified because they don't want the gem race to return and resume their goal of conquest. Perhaps all the 'monsters' the Gems are fighting are the Crystal Gem soldiers that sides with Rose Crystal and lost their forms fighting in the war. Rose Crystal was trying to help them because she, as a general of the Crystal Gems if not *the* general, felt responsible for what happened to them; that's why she was always trying to heal them.

      I like that theory. Makes a ton of sense.

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Question that's really bugging me is why have GAP not told Steven anything about their history? Wonder what they're trying to hide.


      Good question about that.

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    • This is just my imagination talking but I think that the Gems was first sent to Earth to conquer the planet. GAP, Rose, and other Gems lead a rebellion agianst the Gem forces due to all the pain they caused throughout the universe to stop. This caused the Gem Wars that eventually made the Conquering Gem forces to retreat from Earth. The remaining Rebel Gems destroyed the Galaxy warp to prevent further conflict. As time went by the Gems fear & paranoia that the Evil Gem Forces will return grew. The ever growing paranoia caused some unknown curruption to happen to them that eventually turn the remaining rebel Gems (exept GAP and Rose) into monsters.

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    • Looks like that idea was going on while I was typing. Man you guys type fast!

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    • I think the corrupted gems are more likely enemies. The Crystal Gems don't seem to exhibit any familiarity or kinship with the gems they bubble (and the only one we've seen come back, Lapis, neither knew them nor cared about the Earth), and them being former enemy forces would explain why GAP looked so disturbed when Steven said the mirror was "like a person".

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    • (for the SU theorists)

      My Theory: Gems discovered there was a planet called Earth, and they decided to conquer it (Pearl mentioned there was different Gem-controlled planets). But one Gem thought the decision was horrible (most likely Rose Quartz), so they decided to rebel. This evuntually caused other Gems to side with them, leading to the Gem war. These Gems who wanted to protect Earth (the Crystal Gems), warped there and destroyed all the Galaxy Warp pads so they could never harm humanity. This made them known to Gemkind as "traitors" because they wanted to protect humanity, and they knew other Gems who didn't want to protect Earth would want to destroy them, which would explain why they would have to hide from them like they did in Warp Tour.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      Gnx486 wrote:
      Question that's really bugging me is why have GAP not told Steven anything about their history? Wonder what they're trying to hide.


      Good question about that.

      I'm thinking that while Rose would likely start any rebellion that might have taken place, GAP might have been complacent in the Earth's enslavement before siding with her. Could still have some guilt about that.

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    • Jay T. Dawgzone wrote: (for the SU theorists)

      My Theory: Gems discovered there was a planet called Earth, and they decided to conquer it (Pearl mentioned there was different Gem-controlled planets). But one Gem thought the decision was horrible (most likely Rose Quartz), so they decided to rebel. This evuntually caused other Gems to side with them, leading to the Gem war. These Gems who wanted to protect Earth (the Crystal Gems), warped there and destroyed all the Galaxy Warp pads so they could never harm humanity. This made them known to Gemkind as "traitors" because they wanted to protect humanity, and they knew other Gems who didn't want to protect Earth would want to destroy them, which would explain why they would have to hide from them like they did in Warp Tour.

      That is the best theory

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    • We're finally getting some meat to the plot!!

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    • YES I KNEW IT! I KNEW MARBLE MADNESS WAS A CONTINUATION OF THIS! IT WAS A SPACE DROID!! HAHAHA YESSSSS IIII NAAAAIIIIIILLLLEEEEDDDD IIIIITTT!!!! I was the first to think of the idea too.. hehehehe so :3

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    • Two questions for others to respond to.

      Are Peridot and Lapis lazuli somehow connected? (Are they teammates or something along those lines?)

      When Garnet said "She's not coming back." Did she mean Peridot or... Someone else?

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      I think the corrupted gems are more likely enemies. The Crystal Gems don't seem to exhibit any familiarity or kinship with the gems they bubble (and the only one we've seen come back, Lapis, neither knew them nor cared about the Earth), and them being former enemy forces would explain why GAP looked so disturbed when Steven said the mirror was "like a person".


      Good logic. But if the monsters are enemy gems, why was Rose trying to heal them? In Ocean Gem as well, Pearl states that they bubble the gem-monsters because it's "all we can do for them for now." Those aren't the actions of enemies but rather brothers-in-arms.

      Further, Lapis quite clearly knew GAP. In the mirror, she screamed at Garnet's approach, and her first words to them was a very visciously stated, "You." She quite clearly knew GAP and had a deep animosity for them.

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    • Spacepirateklix wrote:
      Two questions for others to respond to.

      Are Peridot and Lapis lazuli somehow connected? (Are they teammates or something along those lines?)

      When Garnet said "She's not coming back." Did she mean Peridot or... Someone else?


      Just my opinions yes? To answer number one, Lapiz and Peridot are not connected. But, Lapis did view GAP as enemies, and told Steven not to trust them. There was animosity there, and it certainly went well beyond Lapis being trapped in the mirror. My theory is that Lapis knows full well about Rose and GAP leading the rebellion against the conquering gems. Lapis makes the statement "They only care about the Earth, but I never believed in this place", which suggests to me that she may have been part of the rebellion but never truly felt loyal to Rose or the rebel cause; and was trapped in the mirror either as punishment by the conquering gems or by accident, it's clear that when she says to GAP "Did you ever even wonder who I used to be" that she was not a major player in the events; she was a common footsoldier.

      As for question two, think she meant Peridot but in subtext she meant the conquering gems in general.

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    • Naressa wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      I think the corrupted gems are more likely enemies. The Crystal Gems don't seem to exhibit any familiarity or kinship with the gems they bubble (and the only one we've seen come back, Lapis, neither knew them nor cared about the Earth), and them being former enemy forces would explain why GAP looked so disturbed when Steven said the mirror was "like a person".

      Good logic. But if the monsters are enemy gems, why was Rose trying to heal them?

      They're other gems, they're like family, I'm sure Rose wanted to help them get out of their corrupted state, probably caused by the war even though they were "enemies" in the battlefield.

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    • The episode was incredible! I feel the episode may have raised more questions than it may have answered.  It seems to me that the "evil" gems had a plan to conquer the earth like many of you have previously mentioned. Now I have no idea what those little drone things were but they were obviously sent to repair the warp pad. I'm thinking Peridot was some kind of a scout for the evil gems.  She was sent to investigate the warp pad to make sure that it had been succesfully repaired and to make sure that the galaxy warp would make a good staging ground to launch an assault on the earth.  GAP knows that what had happened was extremely dangerous.  Fearing that they would return, Garnet smashed the main warp pad with her giant gauntlets.  We know now that the gems had been in a war with each other.  Since we haven't seen any gems that were defending the earth other than GAP Rose and Steven we can assume that crystal gems had been losing the war.  In a desperate attempt to save the earth, the crystal gems smashed the warp pads in order to prevent another ambush.  They weren't checking to see if the galaxy warp was active so they could use it.  They were checking to make sure that no other gems could warp to Earth.  As some of you have previously mentioned, the gems may be an empire fueled by conquest but many gems felt that conquering and either destroying or enslaving various species was wrong and so some gems may have rebelled.  GAP and Steven are all we know is left of the rebellion and they are trying to prevent the other gems from returning.  A possible explanation as to why GAP had not told Steven more about the war and the other gems is that they feared he was not ready to fight and that it was better to leave him ignorant and train him up at his own pace so he wouldn't feel pressured.  If they had told him the truth, he may have just cracked under pressure.  Because of the synopsis of the Test, we know that Steven's journey in the lunar sea spire was a test, I feel that the gems may haven know all along that the return of the evil gems was inevitable and they used the lunar sea spire to test Steven to see how he would react to various situations. 

      I also have a theory that Lapis may have been a gem that sided with the empire who was defeated in battle and trapped in the mirror so she would not be allowed to retreat to her gem and repair herself.

      I am very excited to see where this story is going! The plot thickens and new mysteries arise. Only time will tell where this story is going!

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    • Another thought occurs: Peridot. (Warning, SPOILERS!)

      GAP didn't know who she was. Peridot herself, clearly, did not recognize the Galaxy Warp, nor did she seem to be aware that there were any gems present in the local area. It's entirely possible, isn't it, that Rose and GAP aren't anyone important; they may have just been rebels who went on the lamb. In a sense, all four themselves are common footsoldiers, with the exception of Garnet. Garnet may have been some form of executioner or police officer during the proposed war; which would explain why the centipeedle and Lapis-In-Mirror had such violent reactions when confronted by her.

      Oh so many mysteries indeed!

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    • Naressa wrote:
      Another thought occurs: Peridot. (Warning, SPOILERS!)

      GAP didn't know who she was. Peridot herself, clearly, did not recognize the Galaxy Warp, nor did she seem to be aware that there were any gems present in the local area. It's entirely possible, isn't it, that Rose and GAP aren't anyone important; they may have just been rebels who went on the lamb. In a sense, all four themselves are common footsoldiers, with the exception of Garnet. Garnet may have been some form of executioner or police officer during the proposed war; which would explain why the centipeedle and Lapis-In-Mirror had such violent reactions when confronted by her.

      Oh so many mysteries indeed!

      Great Garnet-police officer theory! 

      And btw, this whole thread is spoilers. No need to warn others :P

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    • The thing that really stuck out to me, was the fact that it wasn't the gem that was the most important part of this episode, but instead was about what the 3 Crystal Gems stated at the end. You've got scared Pearl, heavy emphasis on the word "AGAIN", angry-confident Garnet, and of course Amethyst's usual line of "We're so dead!'

      And it's a bigger shame that there is no Warp Tour Part 2. Then again, Garnet's last quote adds way more suspense.

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    • BTW, Matt Burnett tweeted :

      "Pretty much every Steven Universe episode for the rest of the season is worthy of extreme hype. If you can't watch it live, avoid spoilers!"

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    • Hey guys. Look at the World of Steven Universe tumblr. "Now we've got a reason why the gems try to teach Steven how to fuse in the next episode."

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    • Emercrump wrote:
      Hey guys. Look at the World of Steven Universe tumblr. "Now we've got a reason why the gems try to teach Steven how to fuse in the next episode."

      OH MY GOSH THIS ALL MAKES SENSE

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    • Superluigi6 wrote:
      Emercrump wrote:
      Hey guys. Look at the World of Steven Universe tumblr. "Now we've got a reason why the gems try to teach Steven how to fuse in the next episode."
      OH MY GOSH THIS ALL MAKES SENSE

      They are preparing him for an attack!

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    • Sadly I have not gotten a chance to watch warp tour since I was at dysney world, can someone please send me a link to the full episode.

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    • I can't wait for Alone Together. I really hope they show a fusion

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    • Thanks awesome steven for the link.

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    • I've thought about this a bit and this blog helps them.


      Theories

      -The gems are outlawed and other gems don't like them.

      -The gems in bubbles probably want to destroy earth or so or want to leave,like how Lapiz left after Steven healed her. BUT GAP keep earth in hand.


      -The gems have a leader (probably scares Garnet even) and He/She wants them kidnapped.

      -Lapiz or Lapis will help Steven over others. We will see Steven's mom again.


      -Steven is in a bigger situation than he knows, and when the Gems tell him...My mind will be Amazed,Awe,Blown and other things.

      It's just a theory. A- wait can't use his line. Oh well.


      (Thank you for your time)

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    • Wow......dat ep was deep......

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    • OKAY I gotta say something about these theories.

      These "War" theories and stuff are being taken completly out of nowhere. We have been given but one piece of the puzzle when Peridot arrived, along with the dialouge after it.

      Anyway, what really suggests a war between gems? The real enemy seems to be corruption throughout the series, as flaws are a running theme.

      The theory that is most probable is that GAP are outlaws of a sort, because it really fits the dialouge.

      Pearl: "Oh no NOT AGAIN!"

      Amethyst: "WE'RE SO DEAD"

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    • Steven Universe just got serious.

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    • Jay T. Dawgzone wrote:
      Steven Universe just got serious.

      Yes it did

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    • It just got suuuupppppeeeeerrrr serious it has to be a threat/old friend enemy gem

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    • TheBoomerCow wrote:
      OKAY I gotta say something about these theories.

      These "War" theories and stuff are being taken completly out of nowhere. We have been given but one piece of the puzzle when Peridot arrived, along with the dialouge after it.

      Anyway, what really suggests a war between gems? The real enemy seems to be corruption throughout the series, as flaws are a running theme.

      The theory that is most probable is that GAP are outlaws of a sort, because it really fits the dialouge.

      Pearl: "Oh no NOT AGAIN!"

      Amethyst: "WE'RE SO DEAD"


      Remember in Serious Steven when they were in the strawberry fields? Pearl had said that the site had been gem battleground.  And the images inside the pyramid in the very same episode seem to imply that there was a conflict between gems at one point or another.

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    • Humberto.cruces.94 wrote:

      Naressa wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      I think the corrupted gems are more likely enemies. The Crystal Gems don't seem to exhibit any familiarity or kinship with the gems they bubble (and the only one we've seen come back, Lapis, neither knew them nor cared about the Earth), and them being former enemy forces would explain why GAP looked so disturbed when Steven said the mirror was "like a person".

      Good logic. But if the monsters are enemy gems, why was Rose trying to heal them?

      They're other gems, they're like family, I'm sure Rose wanted to help them get out of their corrupted state, probably caused by the war even though they were "enemies" in the battlefield.

      Yeah, Rose's reputation for loving pretty much everything makes it highly likely that she would take pity on her enemies. It's a trait that was reflected in Steven's decision to reason with and heal Lapis, who was an enemy, instead of fighting her.

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    • I KNEW THE CRYSTAL GEMS WERE ON TO SOMETHING!

      But i wonder what they did? are they outlaws?

      and Steven Jr. had babies :D

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    • I like where the series is going to. Something big is going to happen that will change how we look at the series.

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    • I loved this episode, creating so much tension and drama and oh gosh, it's great.

      My theory is this: Rose lived on the gem planet and disliked living there, so she created a team of gems, The Crystal Gems, and headed off to another planet.

      She picked just the right people, Garnet, a local law enforcer (sorry, I liked the idea too much) , she had strength and some sort of magic ability.Rose also picked Pearl, a very smart gem that was quite loving like her self and Amethyst, who she found and kept as she saw she had potential.

      They wear stars on their uniforms to remember who they are and where they came from. They discovered a place called Earth and lived there, they found it much more peacful, but then the gems back on the planet found out about people runing away to planets before they were suppose to. The gems on the gem planet were trying to take control of every planet and had a specific order to do it and the Crystal Gems might ruin their chances by going too soon.

      The Crystal Gems found out and Rose, being her loving self, found places to build battlefields on so that the gems wouldn't destroy the human's stuff. There were lots of battles, many gems became corrupt and the ones that didn't the gems kept in hopes they could heal them later on. They destroyed Lapis and was going to bubble her but Amethyst wanted to test something and put it into an old mirror they found. She was trapped inside the mirror and Amethyst couldn't pull her out, only a gem with healing powers could. she told Pearl and Garnet, knowing that Rose would freak out if she found out they did something bad to another gem.


      They decided to send it back to the gem home planet using the Galaxy Warp in hopes there would be a healing gem back their that could fix her, when they were there they got an idea to destroy the warps so no more gems could come and fight them, they forgot about the mirror and tossed it aside.

      ~~ROSE DIED THEN~~

      Lapis gets out of the mirror and remembers being trapped by gems so she gets mad and tries to destroy the Crystal Gems, she tries to get Steven to come back to the gem planet with her and away from the Crystal Gems who are evil in her eyes. She gets mad after learning Steven is a part of their group. Garnet and Pearl know she will tell the other gems and know they have to wait and find out what happens .

      On the gem home planet, Peridot is just a worker that goes out and tests all the galaxy warps in the universe, she sent the little robots so she could get down there and fix it. She got worried when she saw the sticker and thought someone had messed with it so she went back to inform the other gems, Pearl freaked because she didn't want to fight gems that haven't been turned into monsters already. Garnet destroyed it so they couldn't get back and then decided to teach Steven how to fuse.

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    • Purplecoal wrote:
      I loved this episode, creating so much tension and drama and oh gosh, it's great.

      My theory is this: Rose lived on the gem planet and disliked living there, so she created a team of gems, The Crystal Gems, and headed off to another planet.

      She picked just the right people, Garnet, a local law enforcer (sorry, I liked the idea too much) , she had strength and some sort of magic ability.Rose also picked Pearl, a very smart gem that was quite loving like her self and Amethyst, who she found and kept as she saw she had potential.

      They wear stars on their uniforms to remember who they are and where they came from. They discovered a place called Earth and lived there, they found it much more peacful, but then the gems back on the planet found out about people runing away to planets before they were suppose to. The gems on the gem planet were trying to take control of every planet and had a specific order to do it and the Crystal Gems might ruin their chances by going too soon.

      The Crystal Gems found out and Rose, being her loving self, found places to build battlefields on so that the gems wouldn't destroy the human's stuff. There were lots of battles, many gems became corrupt and the ones that didn't the gems kept in hopes they could heal them later on. They destroyed Lapis and was going to bubble her but Amethyst wanted to test something and put it into an old mirror they found. She was trapped inside the mirror and Amethyst couldn't pull her out, only a gem with healing powers could. she told Pearl and Garnet, knowing that Rose would freak out if she found out they did something bad to another gem.


      They decided to send it back to the gem home planet using the Galaxy Warp in hopes there would be a healing gem back their that could fix her, when they were there they got an idea to destroy the warps so no more gems could come and fight them, they forgot about the mirror and tossed it aside.

      ~~ROSE DIED THEN~~

      Lapis gets out of the mirror and remembers being trapped by gems so she gets mad and tries to destroy the Crystal Gems, she tries to get Steven to come back to the gem planet with her and away from the Crystal Gems who are evil in her eyes. She gets mad after learning Steven is a part of their group. Garnet and Pearl know she will tell the other gems and know they have to wait and find out what happens .

      On the gem home planet, Peridot is just a worker that goes out and tests all the galaxy warps in the universe, she sent the little robots so she could get down there and fix it. She got worried when she saw the sticker and thought someone had messed with it so she went back to inform the other gems, Pearl freaked because she didn't want to fight gems that haven't been turned into monsters already. Garnet destroyed it so they couldn't get back and then decided to teach Steven how to fuse.

      But Rose didn't die though . . .

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      TheBoomerCow wrote:
      OKAY I gotta say something about these theories.

      These "War" theories and stuff are being taken completly out of nowhere. We have been given but one piece of the puzzle when Peridot arrived, along with the dialouge after it.

      Anyway, what really suggests a war between gems? The real enemy seems to be corruption throughout the series, as flaws are a running theme.

      The theory that is most probable is that GAP are outlaws of a sort, because it really fits the dialouge.

      Pearl: "Oh no NOT AGAIN!"

      Amethyst: "WE'RE SO DEAD"


      Remember in Serious Steven when they were in the strawberry fields? Pearl had said that the site had been gem battleground.  And the images inside the pyramid in the very same episode seem to imply that there was a conflict between gems at one point or another.

      Sure enough, but a war seems pretty out of place in the story of Steven Universe.

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    • TheBoomerCow wrote:
      UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      TheBoomerCow wrote:
      OKAY I gotta say something about these theories.

      These "War" theories and stuff are being taken completly out of nowhere. We have been given but one piece of the puzzle when Peridot arrived, along with the dialouge after it.

      Anyway, what really suggests a war between gems? The real enemy seems to be corruption throughout the series, as flaws are a running theme.

      The theory that is most probable is that GAP are outlaws of a sort, because it really fits the dialouge.

      Pearl: "Oh no NOT AGAIN!"

      Amethyst: "WE'RE SO DEAD"


      Remember in Serious Steven when they were in the strawberry fields? Pearl had said that the site had been gem battleground.  And the images inside the pyramid in the very same episode seem to imply that there was a conflict between gems at one point or another.
      Sure enough, but a war seems pretty out of place in the story of Steven Universe



      I'll admit we are coming up with pretty elaborate theories without much evidence to support them.  The end of the episode obviously implies that something bad that in the past is going to happen again.  Despite that, there was little reavealed as to what actually happened and what is going to happen.  But remember, theories are speculation, not fact.  Theories are also largely subject to change as new information arrives.  I know my theories of this show have changed dramatically throughout the series and I really need rethink mine after the events of this episode.  It is likely I will need to change my theories when we receive more information as to what is gooing on because for now we haven't actually learned to much. But the way the episode ended was likely to cause great speculation is all I'm trying to say.

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    • Superluigi6 wrote: Shippers be like:

      I SHIP PEARL AND PERIDOT

      PEARLidot

      Pearl hates Peridot

      Maybe she was mean to Pearl and the gems, like a bully or she is evil.

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    • I don't think it was a 'rebellion' as much as a 'Civil War' between Gems. I think the conflict escalated and both side's withdrew after serious loss on both sides(hence why an out of the way planet like Earth has so many Gem Monsters despite having no one check on them for countless years), during this the Crystal Gems may have had to deal with a damaged warp stranding them. And as to what I think said conflict was about? Coexistence with other sapient species against disregarding them entirely and if they are bothersome and impede Gem progress (confronting them or just in the way) then to do away with them. This makes sense because the Gems have been shown not to think much of humanity but respect life enough not to let them get hurt, especially because of Gem monsters, which are 'Their Problem' to begin with.This brings up several thoughts on earlier parts of the series, such as Steven discovering healing powers, that Lapis saw before returning home.(Not sure which side she was on, could have fallen into the same side as the gems and ended up with regrets for all we know), but Stevens healing powers could be viewed as a great asset in recovering Gems who sustained greater injury's and possibly restart said war. Judging by Peridot's reaction she was 'very' cautious upon discovering the sticker so the Gems on the home-world may only now be starting to make a move and not be sure who is even there. Also  mentioning the Gem beasts they have bubbled and Steven trying to 'heal' them, this may end up rallying reinforcements if things go south or if it happens soon(the Gems might try and get him to do this with recent events) and said bad Gems find out he can not only heal but restore cracked Gems, then he will likely become a top priority soon enough. Also just remembered Pearl in 'Space Race', maybe their society become a space faring one and it went south from there.

      And adding we don't really know anything this is all just us thinking up stuff, and I hope many of you find my idea's informative and look forward to responses.

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    • Lapis didn't seem to indicate that the CGs actually trapped her in the mirror. It seemed more like she was angry that they didn't release her. The question remains... WHO sealed Lapis? GAP had never seen her before. She knew who they were since she could see her surroundings while in the mirror. There is one clue. Pearl treated the mirror like an ancient relic. Actually I have to wonder if Lapis may have been sealed BEFORE her gem became cracked. Maybe Pearl found the mirror before the gem cracked?

      But, one thing to consider is the communication hub in Coach Steven. Perhaps it had to be destroyed to keep it from giving away their location?

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    • But wait m8s...

      I haz a theory...

      Look closely...

      Mala peridot

      She looks kinda hawt <3








      Can you see it?

      Peridot&#039;s Gem

      Ermagherdz :0






      This is Peridot's gem.

      It's a green triangle.

      A triangle has 3 sides.

      You know what else has 3 sides?

      That's right...


      Yield Signs.

      Yield-sign

      It's a sign. It's red :3










      The word "YIELD" has 5 letters.

      Peridot has 2 eyes.

      What is 5 minus 2?

      ...

      ....

      That's right.

      Three

      Three.











      You know what has 3 sides?

      You guessed it.





      Illuminati-Logo

      Br8 8/8 no h8 -IGN














      Illuminati symbols.





      Steven Universe = Illuminati Confirmedz


      Has science gone too far?




      Leik dis if u cry evrytim





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    • Fudgecreep wrote:
      But wait m8s...

      I haz a theory...

      Look closely...

      Mala peridot

      She looks kinda hawt <3








      Can you see it?

      Peridot&#039;s Gem

      Ermagherdz :0






      This is Peridot's gem.

      It's a green triangle.

      A triangle has 3 sides.

      You know what else has 3 sides?

      That's right...


      Yield Signs.

      Yield-sign

      It's a sign. It's red :3










      The word "YIELD" has 5 letters.

      Peridot has 2 eyes.

      What is 5 minus 2?

      ...

      ....

      That's right.

      Three

      Three.











      You know what has 3 sides?

      You guessed it.





      Illuminati-Logo

      Br8 8/8 no h8 -IGN














      Illuminati symbols.





      Steven Universe = Illuminati Confirmedz


      Has science gone too far?




      Leik dis if u cry evrytim





      <plays X Files theme song >

      I love you.

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    • how come only garnet amythest pearl and steven have stars on their clothes 

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    • Gueret12 wrote:
      how come only garnet amythest pearl and steven have stars on their clothes 


      I think it's a symbol used to differentiate the Crystal Gems from other Gems.

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      • That new episode was so intense!
      • I've never seen Steven act like a brat before
      • Nor have i ever seen Garnet scared before either
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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      *That new episode was so intense!
      • I've never seen Steven act like a brat before
      • Nor have i ever seen Garnet scared before either

      Steven wasn't acting like a brat! It's just that the Gems don't believe what Steven just saw.

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      This took me an hour to make.
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    • Lilduders wrote:
      Gueret12 wrote:
      how come only garnet amythest pearl and steven have stars on their clothes 

      I think it's a symbol used to differentiate the Crystal Gems from other Gems.


      Yeah.The stars in their outfits,I think it means that they are the trusting herose of the earth.

      But for Lapis and Peridot...Their outfits are shaped like triangles and diamond,only.Look:
      Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 9.59.15 am
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    • So Peridot mentioned that she was "preparing to locate and reactivate Kinderga-" before she was cut off. That's probably important.

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    • Woah....wait the last episodes "The Return" and "Jailbreak"....

      what if peridot fixed the warp pad again and this time they capture the gems ._. if this makes sense then the gems are actually OUTLAWS!! but it's just speculation

      and maybe in jailbreak lapis will come and help well since steven helped her

      suddenly steven universe turned into gravity falls with all the mysteries and theories

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    • PersonaxSteven wrote:
      Woah....wait the last episodes "The Return" and "Jailbreak"....

      what if peridot fixed the warp pad again and this time they capture the gems ._. if this makes sense then the gems are actually OUTLAWS!! but it's just speculation

      and maybe in jailbreak lapis will come and help well since steven helped her

      suddenly steven universe turned into gravity falls with all the mysteries and theories


      I do love that idea of yours,dude! (-;

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    • eh I wouldn't say Steven was acting like a brat but he was getting pretty nasty to Pearl and I think she had every right to defend herself.  I mean think of it this way, you're a gem that has been around for thousands of years and has literally warped thousands of times and has seen nothing all of these times and you're being told you're wrong by a 12 or 13 year old kid who has warped maybe a few dozen times.  Not only Steven is saying they are wrong, he is being nasty about it as well which if I were a gem who's been around for all that time, quite frankly, I would feel insulted because after all what does that kid know, I've done this thousands of times.  I'm just saying Steven was rude with his approach.

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    • Judgekoo wrote:
      Purplecoal wrote:
      I loved this episode, creating so much tension and drama and oh gosh, it's great.

      My theory is this: Rose lived on the gem planet and disliked living there, so she created a team of gems, The Crystal Gems, and headed off to another planet.

      She picked just the right people, Garnet, a local law enforcer (sorry, I liked the idea too much) , she had strength and some sort of magic ability.Rose also picked Pearl, a very smart gem that was quite loving like her self and Amethyst, who she found and kept as she saw she had potential.

      They wear stars on their uniforms to remember who they are and where they came from. They discovered a place called Earth and lived there, they found it much more peacful, but then the gems back on the planet found out about people runing away to planets before they were suppose to. The gems on the gem planet were trying to take control of every planet and had a specific order to do it and the Crystal Gems might ruin their chances by going too soon.

      The Crystal Gems found out and Rose, being her loving self, found places to build battlefields on so that the gems wouldn't destroy the human's stuff. There were lots of battles, many gems became corrupt and the ones that didn't the gems kept in hopes they could heal them later on. They destroyed Lapis and was going to bubble her but Amethyst wanted to test something and put it into an old mirror they found. She was trapped inside the mirror and Amethyst couldn't pull her out, only a gem with healing powers could. she told Pearl and Garnet, knowing that Rose would freak out if she found out they did something bad to another gem.


      They decided to send it back to the gem home planet using the Galaxy Warp in hopes there would be a healing gem back their that could fix her, when they were there they got an idea to destroy the warps so no more gems could come and fight them, they forgot about the mirror and tossed it aside.

      ~~ROSE DIED THEN~~

      Lapis gets out of the mirror and remembers being trapped by gems so she gets mad and tries to destroy the Crystal Gems, she tries to get Steven to come back to the gem planet with her and away from the Crystal Gems who are evil in her eyes. She gets mad after learning Steven is a part of their group. Garnet and Pearl know she will tell the other gems and know they have to wait and find out what happens .

      On the gem home planet, Peridot is just a worker that goes out and tests all the galaxy warps in the universe, she sent the little robots so she could get down there and fix it. She got worried when she saw the sticker and thought someone had messed with it so she went back to inform the other gems, Pearl freaked because she didn't want to fight gems that haven't been turned into monsters already. Garnet destroyed it so they couldn't get back and then decided to teach Steven how to fuse.

      But Rose didn't die though . . .

      </div>

      I know that, I was just trying to find a way to put it, sorry.

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    • More motherly Garnet. So Peridot's like some border police. She probably works for the queen (I wouldn't be surprised if there was some gem queen) and Lapis Lazuli could be a gem princess, maybe the queen told Peridot to look for the Cyrstal gems. So they're outlaws like illegal immigrants. So "The Return" and "Jailbreak" makes sense, they must cover their tracks or get excited by the queen.

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    • So anyone else wondering who the heck this lady is?

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      So anyone else wondering who the heck this lady is?


      Yeah! (-:\

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    • Does anybody else think that Peridot was speaking in some sort of binary?

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    • Jay T. Dawgzone wrote:
      Does anybody else think that Peridot was speaking in some sort of binary?

      I did, I wonder why?

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    • Maybe the gems were going to destroy/take over the earth and the Crystal Gems were sent as scouts but began to like earth life (specifically Rose who fell in love) and couldn't go through with it. So this led to a fight between the Crystal Gems and the home gems (as depicted in the mural of Rose fighting that other gem in Serious Steven) and they had to run away to earth and destroy the warps. Maybe corrupted gem beast are gems who rebelled with Rose (consider they were figures behind her in the mural and look like more than just Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst) and they became corrput because of damage from the fight/war that occured. Maybe Peridot came to scout and repair the warps so the home gems can finish what they started. Maybe thats why Amethyst was so scared and the Gems were so worried because they are traumatized by the events and don't want to relive them or worse; end up dead or corrput. This is elaborate but it would make sense. 

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    • That's a good theory, but here's a little more food for thought: the reason the Gems do what they do is because they're natural Capitalists who exterminate all life on planets, and then sell the planets to the highest bidder like in Dragon Ball Z. But the Crystal Gems rebelled and started a civil war. By the end of the war, the Galaxy Warp was destroyed, almost all of the Gems were forced to regenerate (which went wrong thanks to the Gem Queen who corrupted the rebels and turned them into monsters, all the while filling their heads with lies), and the survivors found out Lapis was a spy and turned her into a mirror to silence her.

      In the season finale, the Gem battlefleet will arrive and swiftly arrest the surviving Crystal Gems for high treason. The male Gem commander in charge of the fleet (who I envision as being voiced by Tim Curry) will be disgusted with Steven, who he calls a "halfbreed monster" and tries to kill him, but Steven defeats him and smashes his Gem. When he finds the Crystal Gems, he basically gives them a massive tongue-lashing for lying to him all these years, to which they are driven to tears.

      Lapis then returns to Earth, realizing the xenophobic ways of the Gem species, and springs the Crystal Gems just before their execution. It is at this point she becomes an official member of the Crystal Gems. A massive battle between the Gem battlefleet and the military forces of the world ensues, and the residents of Beach City hold off the Gem steamroller attack, killing many and causing others to flee in fear. The Gem battlefleet is then forced into retreat, but not before a bunch of Gems rallied by Lapis (named Ruby, Sapphire, Diamond, Crystal, and Emerald) defect to the Crystal Gems and set out across the world with the same mission as the Beach City-based gems: defend humanity. Lapis, meanwhile, stays in Beach City and begins adjusting to Earth life.

      But the Gem Queen is furious with the defeat of the battlefleet, and after some thinking, orders construction of a new superweapon to destroy all life on a planet but keep the planet and its flora intact. Thus begins the Gem Civil War arc...

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    • Oh. My. GODS!!! I'm sorry, my internal fangirl is going CRAZY! Who is Peridot exactly? Is she a Gem? Does that mean that there are other sorts of gems in the universe? What was she doing there, exactly? How did she send those droids to earth in the first place? Where did she go? Why did Garnet smash the warp pad? WHAT HAPPENED?!?!?! I want more so badly!

      Can I just remind everyone that the Crystal Gems may have been on earth for hundreds of years? When you look at this,

      Pirategems

      (Hopefully the picture loads)

      In this picture, the Gems are in a boat dressed in pirate-like clothes, and are what seems like saving humans from drowning. Does that mean that the Gems were around in the 17-1800's? If so, wouldn't that mean that cameras didn't exist? Is this photo a fake? What exactly was happening here? Oh, and if someone knows the explanation, please tell me. I'm new to the fandom, so I probably have missed a few things.

      Anyway, I cannot wait for the next episode. It's making me think about fusion... And Garnet... Huh.

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    • it could be a painting.... there are several methods of recording images that predate the invention of cameras. :P

      But there are two important things to ponder. The Crystal Gems have been on Earth a long time. Steven was born recently.

      It would seem that the CGs have been on the run from the other gems for a long time. Why? That is a hard question.

      They said Rose was trying to cure the corrupted gems, and we saw an episode where Amethyst almost became one. BUT.... We don't quite know HOW gems get corrupted. Amethyst and Lapis had their gem get cracked and there is that handful of shards that Pearl had. but the Centipeetle didn't have a visible crack.

      Maybe there is some sort of war between the corrupted gems and the uncorrupted gems? Lapis didn't say anything all that bad about GAT... mostly that they care more about humans than other gems. Maybe they're fugitives because they want to end the war?

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    • GUYS! I just found a screenshot from the episode "Serious Steven", and look who's in the wall!

      Peridotintemple

      A familiar triangular figure seems to be fighting Rose on the middle part, but look what's all around them: Diamonds. The same diamonds shown on Peridot, to be exact. Rose is surrounded by smaller figures, most likely Gems that are on her side. What happened to these gems? Why are there no gems on the mysterious' gem's side?

      I have a theory.

      Long ago, there was a very powerful gem, this triangular one. Wanting to be in power, it battled against the good gems, Rose being their leader. There were some gems that sided with the triangle, but the majority stayed with Rose. They fought, but in the end the triangle gem, being so powerful, made almost all of the good gems corrupted, turning them into monsters. The remaining gems fleed, going to Earth and breaking the portal so that they couldn't follow. The corrupted gems spread throughout the universe, and while Rose and GAP hid on earth for hundreds of years, the triangle gem built up the gem home world, intent on conquering the galaxy.

      There. This would explain why the Crystal gems keep the corrupted ones, in hope that they can heal them. Peridot could be working for the triangle gem, finding warp pads to be able to conquer more planets. Garnet smashed the pad to make sure they couldn't get to earth, and possibly corrupt or destroy them, too.

      I find this all really exciting, hope you like my theory!

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    • Dunno about that, but it would seem as if the pyramid thing was created as a trap for Gems. Hmm... now to scrutinize the rest of the interior... It has a triangle theme.... coincidence? maybe.....

      Also... what's up with the hands? one of the panels on the ceiling shows multiple hands reaching towards might-be-Peridot.

      Also look at the walls: SeriousStevenClip12 They show pictures of some of the traps!

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    • I think it's more likely that the gem depicted in that painting is the one that was powering the whole temple, the one Steven recovered at the end of Serious Steven. As he pulled it out, a mechanism on top that had a face on each side rotated and changed expression. I'm thinking there was meaning in that.

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    • So the temple was in some way similar to the mirror? IE it had a mind of it's own? Could be.

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    • Well technically the mirror was an inanimate object powered by a living being who used that object to communicate. But yeah, I do think the temple is the same in that sense. Same with the Desert Glass. It seems like there were a few corrupted gems that, either instead of or after turning into monsters, were repurposed as power sources. There's kind of a cold logic there, if it's true. Like "Well we can't heal them, might as well make them useful". Like prison labor or something.

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    • Gnx486 wrote: Well technically the mirror was an inanimate object powered by a living being who used that object to communicate. But yeah, I do think the temple is the same in that sense. Same with the Desert Glass. It seems like there were a few corrupted gems that, either instead of or after turning into monsters, were repurposed as power sources. There's kind of a cold logic there, if it's true. Like "Well we can't heal them, might as well make them useful". Like prison labor or something.

      That's cruel, but it does make sense!

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    • This is all just so mysterious! Upon looking at the pictures on the walls again, I noticed that the figure on the right is slightly different than the one in the middle and left. Did the left one have something that the hands, or gems wanted? Are the two slightly different figures the same gem? Could something have changed them? WHAT HAPPENED???

      Ugh, I just can't wait for the next episode. Hopefully we might get a few more clues to as what really happened here

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      Lilduders wrote:
      Gueret12 wrote:
      how come only garnet amythest pearl and steven have stars on their clothes 

      I think it's a symbol used to differentiate the Crystal Gems from other Gems.


      Yeah.The stars in their outfits,I think it means that they are the trusting herose of the earth.

      But for Lapis and Peridot...Their outfits are shaped like triangles and diamond,only.Look:
      Screen Shot 2015-01-09 at 9.59.15 am

      In addition to the triangle/diamond shapes on Lapis Lazuli and Peridot as opposed to the other Gems' stars, did anyone notice how Pearl's space suit in "Space Race" had a prominent diamond shape (in about the same spot as her usual star, no less)?

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    • Superluigi6 wrote:
      Thatface

      /o3o\

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    • BNSF1995 wrote:
      That's a good theory, but here's a little more food for thought: the reason the Gems do what they do is because they're natural Capitalists who exterminate all life on planets, and then sell the planets to the highest bidder like in Dragon Ball Z.

      Pretty sure the word's your looking for is 'Totalitarian Oligarchy'(not using the term matriarchy becuase we don't seem to know that much about them). Capitalism is a system that lets the individual control one's own property and holdings, this implies the acceptance of differences provided they can exist on their own power.

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    • Cyberblade507 wrote: In addition to the triangle/diamond shapes on Lapis Lazuli and Peridot as opposed to the other Gems' stars, did anyone notice how Pearl's space suit in "Space Race" had a prominent diamond shape (in about the same spot as her usual star, no less)?

      Not only that, the Rose's flag inside Lion's mane had a triangle in the center of it. I think the Crystal Gems definitely broke off from an existing faction to start their own.

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    • But first . . .

      File:Warp Tour (26).PNG

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    • Judgekoo wrote:
      But first . . .

      File:Warp Tour (26).PNG d</div>

      D'aaaw~! Amethyst looks so cute, I just want to make her feel better~! <3

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    • SeriousStevenClip12

      I was pondering this again, and realized what the black figures are! Rose had the power to make plant monsters to fight for her, much like those thorn bushes, or the melon guys Steven summoned. So it's not an army of gems helping Rose, but Rose's minions.

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    • I had thought those were meant to depict humans, but yeah, those could definitely be plants.

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    • Evedawalrus wrote:
      GUYS! I just found a screenshot from the episode "Serious Steven", and look who's in the wall!
      Peridotintemple

      A familiar triangular figure seems to be fighting Rose on the middle part, but look what's all around them: Diamonds. The same diamonds shown on Peridot, to be exact. Rose is surrounded by smaller figures, most likely Gems that are on her side. What happened to these gems? Why are there no gems on the mysterious' gem's side?

      I have a theory.

      Long ago, there was a very powerful gem, this triangular one. Wanting to be in power, it battled against the good gems, Rose being their leader. There were some gems that sided with the triangle, but the majority stayed with Rose. They fought, but in the end the triangle gem, being so powerful, made almost all of the good gems corrupted, turning them into monsters. The remaining gems fleed, going to Earth and breaking the portal so that they couldn't follow. The corrupted gems spread throughout the universe, and while Rose and GAP hid on earth for hundreds of years, the triangle gem built up the gem home world, intent on conquering the galaxy.

      There. This would explain why the Crystal gems keep the corrupted ones, in hope that they can heal them. Peridot could be working for the triangle gem, finding warp pads to be able to conquer more planets. Garnet smashed the pad to make sure they couldn't get to earth, and possibly corrupt or destroy them, too.

      I find this all really exciting, hope you like my theory!

      I think those Gems in the temple are triplets, they have very similar body types almost exact, gem location seems to be the same (Chest) and the only diference is their face and hair.

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    • Oohh! good point! maybe it's a team of evil gems?

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    • Humberto.cruces.94 wrote:

      Evedawalrus wrote:
      GUYS! I just found a screenshot from the episode "Serious Steven", and look who's in the wall!
      Peridotintemple

      A familiar triangular figure seems to be fighting Rose on the middle part, but look what's all around them: Diamonds. The same diamonds shown on Peridot, to be exact. Rose is surrounded by smaller figures, most likely Gems that are on her side. What happened to these gems? Why are there no gems on the mysterious' gem's side?

      I have a theory.

      Long ago, there was a very powerful gem, this triangular one. Wanting to be in power, it battled against the good gems, Rose being their leader. There were some gems that sided with the triangle, but the majority stayed with Rose. They fought, but in the end the triangle gem, being so powerful, made almost all of the good gems corrupted, turning them into monsters. The remaining gems fleed, going to Earth and breaking the portal so that they couldn't follow. The corrupted gems spread throughout the universe, and while Rose and GAP hid on earth for hundreds of years, the triangle gem built up the gem home world, intent on conquering the galaxy.

      There. This would explain why the Crystal gems keep the corrupted ones, in hope that they can heal them. Peridot could be working for the triangle gem, finding warp pads to be able to conquer more planets. Garnet smashed the pad to make sure they couldn't get to earth, and possibly corrupt or destroy them, too.

      I find this all really exciting, hope you like my theory!

      I think those Gems in the temple are triplets, they have very similar body types almost exact, gem location seems to be the same (Chest) and the only diference is their face and hair.

      Hmm, that's a very good point. I wish we could see the other walls of the temple. Maybe they would give us more clues to this mystery.

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    • Marhawkman wrote: SeriousStevenClip12

      I was pondering this again, and realized what the black figures are! Rose had the power to make plant monsters to fight for her, much like those thorn bushes, or the melon guys Steven summoned. So it's not an army of gems helping Rose, but Rose's minions.

      Interesting.... It also shows the black figures dying in the traps of the temple.. This raises so many questions. Who made the temple? When were these engravings made?

      Wait... I saw a theory like this, but what is one of these twins were turned or trapped in the pyramid stone that was controlling the temple, like Lapis was trapped in the mirror? With them controlling the temple, they would have made the engravings themself. It might also explain the temple trying to kill the Crystal Gems.

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    • I had the Illuminati in ASCII but the block is prohibited. :(

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    • So, are we looking at a possible invasion?

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    • I get the feeling most of the nonsense is over, and stuff really goes down in Season 2.

      Also, who thinks Centibeetle is a male gem?

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:

      Also, who thinks Centibeetle is a male gem?

      God, I hope there are male Gems besides Steven and that Rebecca Sugar doesn't follow the Sailor Moon principle, which says only females can be Sailor Senshi (lies, I say! My OC, Sailor Earth, is male, the most practical Sailor Senshi, and has romantic interactions with Sailor Mercury).

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    • Nah it seems female to me...

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    • Gnx486 wrote:

      Cyberblade507 wrote: In addition to the triangle/diamond shapes on Lapis Lazuli and Peridot as opposed to the other Gems' stars, did anyone notice how Pearl's space suit in "Space Race" had a prominent diamond shape (in about the same spot as her usual star, no less)?

      Not only that, the Rose's flag inside Lion's mane had a triangle in the center of it. I think the Crystal Gems definitely broke off from an existing faction to start their own.

      I just noticed something else. In "Steven the Swordfighter", Holo-Pearl has a diamond where normal Pearl's star is. Makes me wonder if the hologram and her space suit where created before a split, or if Pearl was a defector some time after such a split occurred. Or maybe I'm just reading into this too much.

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    • I had never noticed that. The show's crew has said before that Steven Universe is meant to be read into, so I doubt that's a coincidence.

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    • maybe its dimonds vs stars because the gems has stars on their clothing (because on garnet its on her chest its on pearls chest and its on amethyst knees and its on stevens stomach)and  lapis lazle and paridot has dimonds on their outfit

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    • BNSF1995 wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Also, who thinks Centibeetle is a male gem?
      God, I hope there are male Gems besides Steven and that Rebecca Sugar doesn't follow the Sailor Moon principle, which says only females can be Sailor Senshi (lies, I say! My OC, Sailor Earth, is male, the most practical Sailor Senshi, and has romantic interactions with Sailor Mercury).


      Centibeetle, who may be Emerald, looks male to me from the short glimpse they show of him/her. Since Steven is male, I doubt the gems are solely female, though it could be because he's part human. If there are male gems, they're probably not as common, and it definitely looks like the gems are matriarchal at least.

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    • Garnetlover wrote:
      maybe its dimonds vs stars because the gems has stars on their clothing (because on garnet its on her chest its on pearls chest and its on amethyst knees and its on stevens stomach)and  lapis lazle and paridot has dimonds on their outfit

      I can't believe that since the gems destroyed the warp pad :/


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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Thinking back to the engravings on that temple in Serious Steven. I think the term Pearl used in "Space Race", about "gem-controlled planets", was completely literal. Maybe the gems are some sort of empire, and the Crystal Gems are a rebellion led by Rose Quartz that thought subjugation was wrong.

      I agree; it would make a lot of sense what with the gem-turned-monsters, the battlefield in "Serious Steven", and the destroyed warp-pads leading to the gem homeworlds.

      However, I don't think it's like a "rebellion against the evil galactic empire" scenario like in Star Wars, but more like an "Ancient civil war between two, or three, factions over good and evil" scenario like in transformers. Think about, what if the Crystal Gem aren't the only group on earth; what if there are other members of the Crystal Gems out in space fighting against the so-called "Gem Empire", or "Decepti-gems", and living on other worlds they are protecting, as well, and/or liberating worlds subjugated by the empire.

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    • Garnetlover wrote:
      maybe its dimonds vs stars because the gems has stars on their clothing (because on garnet its on her chest its on pearls chest and its on amethyst knees and its on stevens stomach)and  lapis lazle and paridot has dimonds on their outfit

      Maybe Connie's a Crystal Gem! Steven gets star eyes and Connie gets diamond eyes! Joking by the way.

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      So, are we looking at a possible invasion?

      More like Gem War II!

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    • Kman134 wrote:

      Gnx486 wrote:
      Thinking back to the engravings on that temple in Serious Steven. I think the term Pearl used in "Space Race", about "gem-controlled planets", was completely literal. Maybe the gems are some sort of empire, and the Crystal Gems are a rebellion led by Rose Quartz that thought subjugation was wrong.

      I agree; it would make a lot of sense what with the gem-turned-monsters, the battlefield in "Serious Steven", and the destroyed warp-pads leading to the gem homeworlds.

      However, I don't think it's like a "rebellion against the evil galactic empire" scenario like in Star Wars, but more like an "Ancient civil war between two, or three, factions over good and evil" scenario like in transformers. Think about, what if the Crystal Gem aren't the only group on earth; what if there are other members of the Crystal Gems out in space fighting against the so-called "Gem Empire", or "Decepti-gems", and living on other worlds they are protecting, as well, and/or liberating worlds subjugated by the empire.

      This is along the lines of what I was thinking. But... I keep thinking about Centipeetle. It didn't have a cracked gem, but it was corrupted. Maybe the problem is something more than just ideology?

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    • Marhawkman wrote:

      Kman134 wrote:


      Gnx486 wrote:
      Thinking back to the engravings on that temple in Serious Steven. I think the term Pearl used in "Space Race", about "gem-controlled planets", was completely literal. Maybe the gems are some sort of empire, and the Crystal Gems are a rebellion led by Rose Quartz that thought subjugation was wrong.
      I agree; it would make a lot of sense what with the gem-turned-monsters, the battlefield in "Serious Steven", and the destroyed warp-pads leading to the gem homeworlds.

      However, I don't think it's like a "rebellion against the evil galactic empire" scenario like in Star Wars, but more like an "Ancient civil war between two, or three, factions over good and evil" scenario like in transformers. Think about, what if the Crystal Gem aren't the only group on earth; what if there are other members of the Crystal Gems out in space fighting against the so-called "Gem Empire", or "Decepti-gems", and living on other worlds they are protecting, as well, and/or liberating worlds subjugated by the empire.

      This is along the lines of what I was thinking. But... I keep thinking about Centipeetle. It didn't have a cracked gem, but it was corrupted. Maybe the problem is something more than just ideology?

      I'm thinking some kind of biologic weapon that corrupted those gems and made them into those creature. If the whole war empire scenario does or had happened i mean if the empire did want to take out other factions they could have simply infected members of those faction and used the corruted one to destroy them from the inside out. and if ideology was or is apart of this transformation  process they could have alway brainwashed other gems i mean its not uncommon on earth for people of power to brainwah their followersor enemys to send back into the others territory as sleeper agents or whatever they are

      Gem war 2028 
      &amp;82028

      War of 2028

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    • Kman134 wrote: However, I don't think it's like a "rebellion against the evil galactic empire" scenario like in Star Wars, but more like an "Ancient civil war between two, or three, factions over good and evil" scenario like in transformers. Think about, what if the Crystal Gem aren't the only group on earth; what if there are other members of the Crystal Gems out in space fighting against the so-called "Gem Empire", or "Decepti-gems", and living on other worlds they are protecting, as well, and/or liberating worlds subjugated by the empire.

      The biggest reason I tend to think it's a rebellion is the fact that within Lion's mane is a flag with Rose's colors that has a triangle in the center. If the triangle/diamond shapes actually are the markings of the rest of the gems, that would indicate that Rose once shared allegiance with them. That's what leads me to believe that the Crystal Gems are defectors, not a part of a larger faction. Nothing as epic as a Star Wars-type rebellion, just a small group saying "It turns out we like Earth and its people more than our race's sense of galactic Manifest Destiny, so the rest of you need to leave."

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    • Im calling it now, Daimond will be the main leader of the Gem Homeworld and the main villain of the series. 

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    • Tesla Effect wrote:
      Im calling it now, Daimond will be the main leader of the Gem Homeworld and the main villain of the series. 

      Nah, she dosn't give me a main antagonist vibe

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      Tesla Effect wrote:
      Im calling it now, Daimond will be the main leader of the Gem Homeworld and the main villain of the series. 
      Nah, she dosn't give me a main antagonist vibe

      Daimond, the very embodiment of greed, pride and all of that, how couldnt it be? 

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    • Diamond is not a character that has actually physically appeared in the series and we have no idea if she/he will ever be in the show.

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      Diamond is not a character that has actually physically appeared in the series and we have no idea if she/he will ever be in the show.

      Even when they are hinted in the very show we are talking about. Keep in mind that it could happen, dont just dismiss it. 

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    • I'm not dismissing it. We can't say that Diamond will be in the show for sure.  Do I think there could be a Diamond? Yes perhaps at some point there may be Diamond.

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    • Diamond is a crystal. Who is the best candidate for a villain. 

      I can only imagine her coming in, all Kryuuin Ragyo style.

      Kill la Kill - REVOCS CEO Kiryuuin Ragyo

      Kill la Kill - REVOCS CEO Kiryuuin Ragyo

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    • I know Diamond is a crystal but what makes it the best candidate for a villain?

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    • What makes the others better candidates, Diamond is the most cherished, prized crytal humans ever weilded. It is also the toughest one out there, slowing light itself. It impodies purity but as well as impurity. Its surface is translusent with an almost icey glare, despite its firey beginnings. While some would see beauty in it, it is nothing more than black material comprest into a dense state. Also the way we shape the crytsal, the triangular symbol of pride. Pride leads evil, pride is what set Diamond to conquering the rest of the universe and this is why the Crystal Gems, the emodiment of good and love have done what they could to protect Earth, a planet they deemed worthy of protection. 

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    • I think the idea is that since it's the hardest naturally occurring gem.

      Note: Diamonds are most durable only in terms of hardness. In terms of heat resistance, Garnets (and other silicates) are generally better at not vaporizing at high temps.

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    • Also I need not remind you that a person in the temples inscriptions fighting Rose looked exactly as someone of Diamond nature. 

      Peridotintemple
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    • Its ether Diamond or the opposite in nature of crystal Rose Quartz.

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    • I guess I could see Diamond being the villain.  Plus if what Ronaldo said in Keep Beach City Weird was true about the evil Diamond authority or whatever it was, who better to rule than Diamond herself? Who Knows?

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    • Diamonds aren't, well, diamond shaped in nature. It could be something that IS diamond shaped naturally. Like Flourite maybe.

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    • Neither are the gems that they weild like that in nature, they were obviously shaped into those shapes. Triangular cut like that one we usually refer to diamons (aka diamond cut). 

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    • Opal and Garnet's gems are pretty close. Amethyst? not so much. Viewed from the side diamond cup has two beveled off corners. also, the pointy one is at the bottom.

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    • Tesla Effect wrote:
      Neither are the gems that they weild like that in nature, they were obviously shaped into those shapes. Triangular cut like that one we usually refer to diamons (aka diamond cut). 

      You do know that "diamond cut" is not the shape of the diamond but the symmetry at which it is cut, right? And the inverted triagle, in terms of depth and not shape, is done on a lot of gems, as it maximises both reflection and refraction of the gems. A triangular cut is a facet, not shape nor depth.

      Tesla Effect wrote:
      What makes the others better candidates, Diamond is the most cherished, prized crytal humans ever weilded.

      There actually only four precious gems on earth, those being diamond, ruby, sapphire, and emerald.

      Tesla Effect wrote:
      It is also the toughest one out there, slowing light itself.

      It is one of the hardest materials on earth, all transparent and translucent mediums refract (slow, bend, & shorten the wavelengths) and reflect light, a pane of glass can slow down light, even air, but a diamond does have a high refractive index (silicone has one of the highest, far surpassing that of diamonds).

      Tesla Effect wrote:
      It imbodies purity but as well as impurity.

      Blood diamonds?

      Tesla Effect wrote:
      Its surface is translusent with an almost icey glare, despite its firey beginnings. While some would see beauty in it, it is nothing more than black material comprest into a dense state.

      It's entire body is translucent. And that's where it's beauty lies, it may just be Carbon compresed and arranged in to lattice-like structures, it still shines.

      Tesla Effect wrote:
      Also the way we shape the crytsal, the triangular symbol of pride. Pride leads evil, pride is what set Diamond to conquering the rest of the universe and this is why the Crystal Gems, the emodiment of good and love have done what they could to protect Earth, a planet they deemed worthy of protection.

      Pride need not always entail evil, being happy for one's achievements and skills are not necessarily bad. Pride has two faces, one good and one bad. The bad side is the type of pride where one thinks highly of himself and looking down on other people, thinking "I am better than all of them! because I can do this and do that better!". The good type of pride can be called self-esteem, you take pride on what you do but you also exhibit humility. Pride and humility may be opposites but they are, in no means, incapable of being in one person.

      I don't know if you were being serious about this or was just having some light-hearted fun, but I'd like to give my two cents on your statements, so pardon me if I ever offend you.

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    • Not sure why you had to go all explanatory with my statement. Most of the stuff that you said doesnt really matter in this case :T 

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    • Tesla Effect wrote:
      Not sure why you had to go all explanatory with my statement. Most of the stuff that you said doesnt really matter in this case :T 

      lol

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    • The bit about "precious" gems is amusing because Ruby and Sapphire are the same mineral. :p Ruby is the red form of Corundum, and Sapphire is.... any other colorful variety. (Sapphire is usually thought of as blue, but the term covers green, yellow, orange, purple, and pink too)

      Garnet is not a specific mineral though so I guess discussing chemistry is pointless here. Amusingly, one form of Garnet is MORE valuable than most emeralds.

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    • I think the object Rose is using in that carving is the artifact that's bubbled in Lion's mane. Also, given Rose's ability to control plant-life, and the fact that within Lion's mane is grass and a tree, Lion is not actually a lion but merely the gem-equivalent of a chia pet. I don't know if you grow them the same as our chia pets, but I'm sure we'll find out in future episodes.

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      Tesla Effect wrote:
      Not sure why you had to go all explanatory with my statement. Most of the stuff that you said doesnt really matter in this case :T 
      lol

      Rude much.

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      I think the object Rose is using in that carving is the artifact that's bubbled in Lion's mane. Also, given Rose's ability to control plant-life, and the fact that within Lion's mane is grass and a tree, Lion is not actually a lion but merely the gem-equivalent of a chia pet. I don't know if you grow them the same as our chia pets, but I'm sure we'll find out in future episodes.


      Still think Lion is actually a male crystal gem, perhaps one partially corrupted but not so much so that he's lost his sense of self entirely. Perhaps a former friend or ally of Rose, perhaps even one she was able to heal enough to keep his sense of purpose. Then again, when Lion first makes his appearance GAP don't know what it is, or of it's association with Rose. Mystery abounds!

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    • Tesla Effect wrote:
      Not sure why you had to go all explanatory with my statement. Most of the stuff that you said doesnt really matter in this case :T 


      C: That's just who I am really. 

      PS: I saw you on Tristana's VU in YouTube :D

      EDIT: You're even on Surrender@20!

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      So Peridot mentioned that she was "preparing to locate and reactivate Kinderga-" before she was cut off. That's probably important.

      Kindergarten!

      She wants to fund public schools!

      So seriously imagine that.

      (Periodot walks in)

      "Hullo I would like to fund the Kindergarten of this school don't mind the fact that I could possibly be an evil creature of rage and destruction so just shutp and take my money..."

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    • Here's another thought.

      In good mystery writing, everything is a clue. Consider the dollar bill seen on SU. One of it's shapes is a diamond. In 'Keep Beach City Wierd", Renaldo says the world is controlled by polymorphic sentient rocks.

      Isn't that exactly what the crystal gems are?

      What if the war-if any-was not fought to prevent the gems from conqueroring Earth, but to free Earth from the gems that already had conquered it? Gems arrive thousands of years ago, conqueror the world, and establish a seat of goverment. The Sea Spire. Then, a schism takes place because some-the Crystal gems-don't believe that humanity should be enslaved. War ensues, the Crystal Gems are victorious, and the other gems flee to the Gem Homeworld, prompting the remaining Crystal Gems to destroy the homeworld warp pad so that the ruling or elite gems can never return.

      Peridot clearly states that the offword gems are aware of Earth. Perhaps the Kinderga- reference means the gems viewed Earth as nothing more than a nursery for young gems. Perhaps, as well, the gems fled Earth because of whatever event-disease or biological weapon-caused The Corrpution? Is it possible that gems were experimenting with transforming humans into gems? The dark figures seen in the temple in Serious Steven might not be plants..but humans. Perhaps humans sided with the Crystal gems to drive other gems off of their planet, and-like Steven-attempts were made to see what would happen if gems and humans interacted on a genetic level. Perhaps Stephen is the very first successful attempt?

      Opinions?

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    • Hmm. Y'know that is a very interesting theory!

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    • I dunno. My take was that Rose was the first to ever manage it. Also.... despite how GAP have been on Earth a long time, the populace seems to have no idea about gems in general. Thus it would seem that whatever battles had been fought on Earth between Gems did not involve humans.

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    • I get the opposite impression, that the existence of the gems is so well-known that the populace doesn't seem to give them a second thought. Gem activity, monster battles, and magic are so common that a paranormal fanatic like Ronaldo has to come up with insane extra-dimensional theories to make things more exciting. It's basically normal to people in Steven Universe.

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    • GNX has a point. Why else would Steven Universe's version of the US put a diamond on the dollar bill in the exact same spot as the Conspiracy-inducing unfinished pyramid?

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    • Although Connie's parents seemed to havve no idea that the gems had existed.  It is possible that only the residents of Beach City are familiar with the gems because Connie and her parents move around a lot like Connie said in the episode "Bubble Buddies"

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    • Per Ankh wrote:
      GNX has a point. Why else would Steven Universe's version of the US put a diamond on the dollar bill in the exact same spot as the Conspiracy-inducing unfinished pyramid?

      "Conspiracy-inducing unfinished pyramid" 

      Gosh, people really need to educate themselves before jumping to conclusions like this (BTW, I hope you were just joking).

      Let's clear some things up. Yes, the illuminati is real, yes, it does exist, or did exist. The illuminati (known back then as "The Order of the Illuminati") was a secret society of german philosophers that was created in 1776 but was later disbanded by the government because of fear that they would overthrow them. The society's goals were to oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life and abuses of state power (ironic isn't it?). A lot of people thought they were still working and hid underground, some thought that they were the reason for the French Revolution, and so the Illuminati as the center of worldly conspiracies began.

      The Eye of Providence or The All-Seeing Eye is closely related to the illuminati because . . . . know one really knows why, actually. The eye of providence is depicted in many religions as god or something of very high power. With the earliest known use of an eye symbol was the egyptians and the eye of horus, which symbolized protection and royal power. But is quite befitting since the modern illuminati is said to be watching our every move. The actual symbol for the illuminati was called the owl of minerva.

      The unfinished pyramid is actually finished, in the sense that the pyramid need not need additional steps. If you count the steps that the pyramid has on the back of a dollar bill, youd count to 13, which symbolizes the original 13 colonies of the united states. It isn't even connected to any conspiracy outside of the supposed illuminati.

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    • I was joking about that, actually.

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote: Although Connie's parents seemed to havve no idea that the gems had existed.  It is possible that only the residents of Beach City are familiar with the gems because Connie and her parents move around a lot like Connie said in the episode "Bubble Buddies"

      Yeah that was really weird. They didn't seem to know who the gems were, but at the same time they barely reacted (relatively speaking) to the giant, six-armed nightmare that stomped up to their table and introduced itself as Steven's mother. Maybe it's just the monsters that are common knowledge.

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    • steven got sass

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    • Superluigi6 wrote:
      Fudgecreep wrote:
      But wait m8s...

      I haz a theory...

      Look closely...

      Mala peridot

      She looks kinda hawt <3








      Can you see it?

      Peridot&#039;s Gem

      Ermagherdz :0






      This is Peridot's gem.

      It's a green triangle.

      A triangle has 3 sides.

      You know what else has 3 sides?

      That's right...


      Yield Signs.

      Yield-sign

      It's a sign. It's red :3










      The word "YIELD" has 5 letters.

      Peridot has 2 eyes.

      What is 5 minus 2?

      ...

      ....

      That's right.

      Three

      Three.











      You know what has 3 sides?

      You guessed it.





      Illuminati-Logo

      Br8 8/8 no h8 -IGN














      Illuminati symbols.





      Steven Universe = Illuminati Confirmedz


      Has science gone too far?




      Leik dis if u cry evrytim





      <plays X Files theme song >

      I love you.

      Love u guys, U r MLGers ;_; :)

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    • MLG Mangle wrote:
      Superluigi6 wrote:
      Fudgecreep wrote:
      But wait m8s... I haz a theory...

      Look closely...

      Mala peridot

      She looks kinda hawt <3








      Can you see it?

      Peridot&#039;s Gem

      Ermagherdz :0






      This is Peridot's gem.

      It's a green triangle.

      A triangle has 3 sides.

      You know what else has 3 sides?

      That's right...


      Yield Signs.

      Yield-sign

      It's a sign. It's red :3










      The word "YIELD" has 5 letters.

      Peridot has 2 eyes.

      What is 5 minus 2?

      ...

      ....

      That's right.

      Three

      Three.











      You know what has 3 sides?

      You guessed it.





      Illuminati-Logo

      Br8 8/8 no h8 -IGN














      Illuminati symbols.





      Steven Universe = Illuminati Confirmedz


      Has science gone too far?




      Leik dis if u cry evrytim





      <plays X Files theme song >

      I love you.

      Love u guys, U r MLGers ;_; :)

      The eye of providence nor a triangle isn't even the symbol of the illuminati, it was never associated with them in the past. It was just associated with them because of the conspiracies made. The original symbol of the illuminati was the Owl of Athena

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    • Judgekoo wrote:

      MLG Mangle wrote:
      Superluigi6 wrote:
      Fudgecreep wrote:
      But wait m8s... I haz a theory...

      Look closely...

      Mala peridot

      She looks kinda hawt <3








      Can you see it?

      Peridot&#039;s Gem

      Ermagherdz :0






      This is Peridot's gem.

      It's a green triangle.

      A triangle has 3 sides.

      You know what else has 3 sides?

      That's right...


      Yield Signs.

      Yield-sign

      It's a sign. It's red :3










      The word "YIELD" has 5 letters.

      Peridot has 2 eyes.

      What is 5 minus 2?

      ...

      ....

      That's right.

      Three

      Three.











      You know what has 3 sides?

      You guessed it.





      Illuminati-Logo

      Br8 8/8 no h8 -IGN














      Illuminati symbols.





      Steven Universe = Illuminati Confirmedz


      Has science gone too far?




      Leik dis if u cry evrytim





      <plays X Files theme song >

      I love you.

      Love u guys, U r MLGers ;_; :)

      The eye of providence nor a triangle isn't even the symbol of the illuminati, it was never associated with them in the past. It was just associated with them because of the conspiracies made. The original symbol of the illuminati was the Owl of Athena

      No no no. Loominaty iz alweys triangel m8 swer on mi mum. No h8 m8

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    • Okay, the Illuminati theories are starting to get a bit annoying. Coud we please stop with them? Also, Judgekoo is correct.

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    • All the gem's missions have taken place on Earth. In "On The Run," Steven and Amethyst walked to the kindergarten location. In "Keep Beach City Weird!" Ronaldo is obsessed with conspiracy theories about Beach City: He's certain something is wrong with it. There's a probability that the Earth is already compromised, if not fundamentally changed, by the Gem homeworld incursion. I suspect Beach City is but a replica of the real city that was destroyed. Steven stumbled into a copy of Beach City and it's inhabitants when he entered "Rose's Room." It's possible the gems replicated the city out of pity.

      Pearl said during "Fusion Cuisine" episode that their bodies are "humanoid constructs" which leads me to believe that they're not their original bodies, at least for Garnet and Pearl. Peridot is an original.

      Lapis Lazuli was imprisoned in the mirror by Pearl and the others after she refused to go along with their plans to betray the Gem homeworld incursion. 

      Just some thoughts.

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    • I don't think it was GAP who sealed Lapis. Pearl specifically said she didn't know how powerful Lapis was.

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      I don't think it was GAP who sealed Lapis. Pearl specifically said she didn't know how powerful Lapis was.


      I agree. It seems clear from Lapis' fury when she is originally unleashed that she knew whom Garnet, Pearl, and Amethyst were; but the reverse is not true. GAP didn't know who she was, and in Ocean Gem Pearl doesn't even refer to her by name, but instead simply calls her "that gem trapped in the mirror."

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    • Per Ankh wrote: Okay, the Illuminati theories are starting to get a bit annoying. Coud we please stop with them? Also, Judgekoo is correct.

      K, I'll stop.

      Jk

      <3
      

      U can't stop deh loominaty m8s.

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    • It's been a freaking month and this thread hasn't ended

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    • Lapis said to Steven, "Your friends don't really care about other gems, all they care about is the earth. But I never believed in this place."

      Before that she asked him, "Are you a crystal gem?" But, you set me free!"

      Pearl has shown a willingness to gloss over details to protect Steven. She may mean well, but it's somewhat sinister.

      If it wasn't Pearl who imprisoned Lapis, then it may have been Rose who did it and she didn't tell the others.

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    • Fudgecreep wrote:

      Per Ankh wrote: Okay, the Illuminati theories are starting to get a bit annoying. Coud we please stop with them? Also, Judgekoo is correct.

      K, I'll stop.

      Jk

      <3
      

      U can't stop deh loominaty m8s.

      I did say please.

      And that doesn't seem like what a loving person like Rose would do... if it was her, what could've made her go so OOC?

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    • Well... we don't know a lot about Rose. We know she could fight, but we don't know how she defeated her opponents.

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      Well... we don't know a lot about Rose. We know she could fight, but we don't know how she defeated her opponents.

      Hey, people can't respond on threads older than 15 days, right? At least that's what I'd read. '-'

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    • Hunh? Oh that was on MLG, I didn't actually notice.

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    • A FANDOM user
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