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  • Lilduders
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    19:25, March 27, 2015

    Talk about the episode here!

    For long elaborate reviews, please come to this thread.

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    • STEVEN X AMETHYST.

      I CAN SEE

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    • That's disgusting... :/

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    • Waiting.  If anyone saw it yet, DON'T SPOIL!

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    • I dont see it

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    • I ship that

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    • The episode was quite interesting.

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    • so... amethyst was made on earth... interesting...

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    • Someone, tell me what happened! Nothing that they said in the beginning and the end made sense.

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    • OMG!!! This episode is even better than I could have expected. In fact, I'd say it's easily my new favorite. I need to go sit for a few minutes I'm still freaking out.

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    • Gems artificially made confirmed

      Plus thousands of calculated gems/possible clone gems CONFIRMED!

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    • That was... so unbelievable! O-:)

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    • Both informative, and a feelsplosion! I LOVE THIS SHOW!

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    • This episode answered so many questions I had so far.

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    • Was not expecting that much exposition, but it was really nice to have a few questions answered like that.

      Incidentally, it makes Garnet's "We kept Amethyst" joke from Steven's Lion a little insensitive in hindsight. Probably genuinely bothered her, given how she's really felt about it all this time.

      Also, first on Peridot's agenda after coming out of the Homeworld warp was reactivating Kindergarten, so she wasn't there to mess around. The other gems seem bent on restarting their drill-related operations as soon as possible.

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    • Lilduders wrote: OMG!!! This episode is even better than I could have expected. In fact, I'd say it's easily my new favorite. I need to go sit for a few minutes I'm still freaking out.

      Your not alone on that one.

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    • The complexity of these episodes keeps getting greater.  I love all this information that gets revealed in episodes like this.

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    • WAIT A DANGING CRUDBUTT!


      What if the reason Amethyst is so small is she was artificially made?

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    • Whoops, I didn't consider there'd be kids here. Apologies!

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    • Isokin wrote:
      I CALLED IT THAT THE CRYSTALS REBELLED AGAINST GEM COLONISTS

      Everyone called it.  And please don't use swearwords.  Young kids roam this site.

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    • CLIFF HANGERS AT THE END....It makes me more excited, just watched the episode (edited)

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    • Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?

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    • Ed486
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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?

      ...


      Bloody genius

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    • What is with this episode....I Will give you a hint (SPOILER AS A HINT) 



      Kindergarten...........

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    • "We're made of magic! He he eh he" 

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    • Opal4Life wrote:

      Everyone called it.

      Yeah, just like with the monsters being corrupted gems, the show gave us enough hints to figure it out before they outright told us. Heck, there were even a couple of hints in earlier episodes about Amethyst's origins.

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    • Best. Episode. Ever.

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?

      Everyone does, and the evil gems have INFILTRATED THE GOVERNMENT! FEAR THE DIAMOND AUTHORITY!

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    • Gnx486 wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote:

      Everyone called it.

      Yeah, just like with the monsters being corrupted gems, the show gave us enough hints to figure it out before they outright told us. Heck, there were even a couple of hints in earlier episodes about Amethyst's origins.

      Not enough for us to even get close to figuring this out.  Still getting chills

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    • I love this episode! There was a lot of info released about the Gems. The only thing I want to know the most now is the Gem homeworld. Where is it? What does the planet looks like?

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    • In warp tour peridot said preparing to locate and manually reactivate kintergarden

      but is cut off half way through kintergarden

      You Know What This Means

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?
      Everyone does, and the evil gems have INFILTRATED THE GOVERNMENT! FEAR THE DIAMOND AUTHORITY!

      Wait a minute, the gem's gems are in certain shapes. A shape is a triangle.  A triangle has 3 sides.  Garnet has 3 eyes.  Put a triangle around one and it looks like...



      GARNET IS A SECRET SPY!

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    • Opal4Life wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?
      Everyone does, and the evil gems have INFILTRATED THE GOVERNMENT! FEAR THE DIAMOND AUTHORITY!
      Wait a minute, the gem's gems are in certain shapes. A shape is a triangle.  A triangle has 3 sides.  Garnet has 3 eyes.  Put a triangle around one and it looks like...



      GARNET IS A SECRET SPY!

      Of the loominati

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    • Opal4Life wrote:

      Gnx486 wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote:

      Everyone called it.

      Yeah, just like with the monsters being corrupted gems, the show gave us enough hints to figure it out before they outright told us. Heck, there were even a couple of hints in earlier episodes about Amethyst's origins.

      Not enough for us to even get close to figuring this out.  Still getting chills

      True, someone figuring out the deal with Amethyst and Kindergarten before tonight's episode would have been impressive.

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    • The mage of minerals wrote: In warp tour peridot said preparing to locate and manually reactivate kintergarden

      but is cut off half way through kintergarden

      You Know What This Means

      Means the homeworld gems can't take a hint.

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    • My main question is, how long ago did they find Amethyst?

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    • True.  Now I'm thinking they either cloned gems, or harvested thousands of gems there, as warriors for the homeworld gems.

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    • 3 whole minutes without a post.



      Something terrible has happened.

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    • Uh, if you look at the literal meaning of the German word, it translates into English as "child garden". So yeah... It kinda makes sense. It's a place where they made children.

      And by they.... I kinda got the feeling that "they" included Pearl. I kept getting the feeling she was about to say "I'm sorry I made this place".... But said something different. Well, now we know why Amethyst acts less mature than the other two. She's not an original member of the gems.

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    • One thing about this episode that not everyone is going to know, but those "things" inside Kindergarten are modeled after these viruses called bacteriophages (viruses for bacteria). Another clue is that Amethyst called herself a parasite. 

      So, gems are even less human-like than has been implied before. And now I understand why Pearl wouldn't want to talk about it. If gems reproduce like viruses, then, I mean that's pretty hard to explain to a kid. 

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    • Good catch. Thought they looked familiar but couldn't put my finger on it.

      I wonder if there's any connection there with that drill monster in "Arcade Mania" that had literal parasites. Heh, maybe that one used to be the Kindergarten's engineer or something.

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    • For a few seconds there I was wondering if Amethyst was going to turn into a gem monster. Anyone else?

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      Uh, if you look at the literal meaning of the German word, it translates into English as "child garden". So yeah... It kinda makes sense. It's a place where they made children.

      And by they.... I kinda got the feeling that "they" included Pearl. I kept getting the feeling she was about to say "I'm sorry I made this place".... But said something different. Well, now we know why Amethyst acts less mature than the other two. She's not an original member of the gems.

      I agree, I think that Pearl might have been included in the Kindergarten project. I doubt that she would have agreed to come to earth if not to fulfil a mission. Garnet, I'm not so sure... she might have "seen" gem-kind sucking the life out of earth and found a way to join Rose. 

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    • Orangephoenix6 wrote:
      For a few seconds there I was wondering if Amethyst was going to turn into a gem monster. Anyone else?

      Or her regenerating form.

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Good catch. Thought they looked familiar but couldn't put my finger on it.

      I wonder if there's any connection there with that drill monster in "Arcade Mania" that had literal parasites. Heh, maybe that one used to be the Kindergarten's engineer or something.

      Ahh that'd be so creepy! Gonna re-watch "Arcade Mania"!! I got to be an assistant in a research lab for one summer, my mentor and I did research on phages.

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    • Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

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    • but what was the song in the end? maybe...

      peridot: HI GUYS

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    • I had a feeling the kindergarten was going to be on earth! I was not expecting Amethyst to have been manufactured but it makes sense because one of the previous episodes foreshadowed this.

      Steven's lion, (I previously said monster buddies by accident).

      Pearl said steven shouldnt keep lion as a pet but Garnet said "but we kept Amethyst". AAhhhhhh!

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    • LikeBrony wrote:
      but what was the song in the end? maybe...

      peridot: HI GUYS

      What??? /-:)

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    • so ronaldo was right about the drilling of the earth

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    • Oh wait, it wasnt monster buddies it was Lion 1.

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    • Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.

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    • WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.

      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.

      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.

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    • WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.
      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.

      He's probably gonna be sort of right too. Every time he shows up we have to look for clues!

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    • wow so they were producing gems on earth on to conquer it strange why would they do that? :|


      (^..^)

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    • By the looks of it apparently Peridot was sent to reactivate the Kindergardens (completely missed that in Warp Tour but I missed a lot of things she said. She was off screen) which is why everyone was freaking out, and is the reason Garnet, Pearl and Rose destroyed the warp, cuz their species was playing God, which made Amethyst. And likely created the Gem monsters seen in the show. If I had to guess  the Kindergardens were either just to play God, or part of some type of world domination scheme.

      And if anyone else already said what I'm saying here, sorry for being repetitive.

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    • JetLignite wrote:
      WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:


      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.
      I sawed it, too! o-:)
      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.
      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.
      He's probably gonna be sort of right too. Every time he shows up we have to look for clues!

      Well... you see, the next new episode of Steven Universe is "Horror Club".

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    • WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.
      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.

      It's Beach City Horror Club. Why not? Maybe he just thought it would be cool to get dressed like a scary creature.

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    • Tim68 wrote:
      WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:


      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.
      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.
      It's Beach City Horror Club. Why not? Maybe he just thought it would be cool to get dressed like a scary creature.


      Yes! Another good point, from you. ;-)

      And this next new episode "Beach City Horror Club", is gonna be about Steven goes into the lighthouse to watch scary movies with Ronaldo. But not just with Ronaldo. Sadie and Lars are gonna be there, too.

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    • i saw giant viruses

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    • PikminKnight167 wrote:
      i saw giant viruses

      and they were different colors too! There was a red one and then a purple one that we saw, so probably each "virus" injects magic into the earth to bring life to gemstones within the earth's body, and possibly each "virus" is responsible for search/creating a specific color gem.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      Tim68 wrote:
      WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:


      WW89 wrote:
      Just saw the next episode preview, Ronaldo was dressed like a vampire.
      I sawed it, too! o-:)

      But... Ronaldo looks more like Dracula.

      I wonder why. Probably because of a theory that came to his mind.
      It's Beach City Horror Club. Why not? Maybe he just thought it would be cool to get dressed like a scary creature.


      Yes! Another good point, from you. ;-)

      And this next new episode "Beach City Horror Club", is gonna be about Steven goes into the lighthouse to watch scary movies with Ronaldo. But not just with Ronaldo. Sadie and Lars are gonna be there, too.

      I wonder what scary movies the producers will use for a parody.

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    • Come on Aliens, I wann see me some Steven Universe style Xenomorphs!

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    • I wonder how long Amethyst kept her emotions in check. They must have found her a long time ago though since she's in the old painting from so many birthdays.

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    • I have a theory that Gems (at least those like Amethyst) are made of actual gemstones. Maybe those things that make gems just digged into the earth, caught gemstones and turned them into Gems.

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    • Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?

      This episode both anwsers and creates a lot of questions.

      Also this kind of means that Renoldo was correct about his thesis. The one about rocks not sneople.

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    • Tim68 wrote:
      I have a theory that Gems (at least those like Amethyst) are made of actual gemstones. Maybe those things that make gems just digged into the earth, caught gemstones and turned them into Gems.

      What?! O-:)

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    • Enjoyed this episode. Definitely made Amethyst more complex especially feeling ashamed of her existance somehow.   

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    • Ryzerblade wrote:
      Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?

      This episode both anwsers and creates a lot of questions.

      Also this kind of means that Renoldo was correct about his thesis. The one about rocks not sneople.

      Agreed, also technically the gems are this as well meaning his chuunibyou has a purpose in this world if it means people will know the truth. 

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    • So, Amythis was meant to be a monster. Gotta love that character development

      All the gems from their world are evil.

      Steven actually knows how to make a force field on command, about time.

      Annnnndddddd we now have proof that GAP have yet to go all out . . . . kinda scary

      THIS, is what i call a good episode. >:-) 10/10

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      So, Amythis was meant to be a monster. Gotta love that character development

      All the gems from their world are evil.

      Steven actually knows how to make a force field on command, about time.

      Annnnndddddd we now have proof that GAP have yet to go all out . . . . kinda scary

      THIS, is what i call a good episode. >:-) 10/10


      Yep! (-:

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    • I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      So, Amythis was meant to be a monster. Gotta love that character development

      All the gems from their world are evil.

      Steven actually knows how to make a force field on command, about time.

      Annnnndddddd we now have proof that GAP have yet to go all out . . . . kinda scary

      THIS, is what i call a good episode. >:-) 10/10

      I would say one of the best.

      And it might have confirmed my Gem weaponization theory.

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    • it's just a bit dissaponiting that Steven X Amythis ship ain't gonna happen anymore

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    • This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.

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    • BNSF1995 wrote:
      This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.


      What?! )-:)

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    • Ryzerblade wrote:

      Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?

      Maybe some, but I doubt all of them are. Lapis wasn't.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      BNSF1995 wrote:
      This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.


      What?! )-:)

      I think what he meant was there might be a civil war happening between specific gems (star vs. diamond) or (good vs. evil).

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    • Gnx486 wrote:

      Ryzerblade wrote:

      Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?
      Maybe some, but I doubt all of them are. Lapis wasn't.

      I don't think Lapis was a corrupted Gem though. Just because she was trapped in a mirror doesn't mean she was corrupted before hand.

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    • Ryzerblade wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:

      Ryzerblade wrote:

      Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?
      Maybe some, but I doubt all of them are. Lapis wasn't.

      I don't think Lapis was a corrupted Gem though. Just because she was trapped in a mirror doesn't mean she was corrupted before hand.


      Her gem was cracked.

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    • Masterchudi wrote:
      I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 

      I believe the earth made gems are just that, earth made gems. Look at the machines in the kindergarden, of a drilling variety most likely to dig up gems. They would dig up these gems, and use them as the energy focal point of a new gem's matrix. Of course that's just my personal theory, if yours is found true than what the hey!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Masterchudi wrote:
      I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 
      I believe the earth made gems are just that, earth made gems. Look at the machines in the kindergarden, of a drilling variety most likely to dig up gems. They would dig up these gems, and use them as the energy focal point of a new gem's matrix. Of course that's just my personal theory, if yours is found true than what the hey!

      Indeed I just brough it up because the homeworld gems seem to be getting darker and darker and maybe experimenatation pushed Rose to fight as in enough inhumanity

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    • WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      BNSF1995 wrote:
      This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.

      What?! )-:)
      I think what he meant was there might be a civil war happening between specific gems (star vs. diamond) or (good vs. evil).

      Oh! (-:

      Wait! I think I know when this is gonna happen. It might happen in the half-hour special event, that is also gonna be the finale of season 1.

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    • I think this is the second time Amethyst uses spindash. (If I remember right, she did it in Watermelon Steven)

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    • Tim68 wrote:
      I think this is the second time Amethyst uses spindash. (If I remember right, she did it in Watermelon Steven)

      Yeah. You'er right. It's the second time, she does her spindash.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      BNSF1995 wrote:
      This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.

      What?! )-:)
      I think what he meant was there might be a civil war happening between specific gems (star vs. diamond) or (good vs. evil).

      Oh! (-:

      Wait! I think I know when this is gonna happen. It might happen in the half-hour special event, that is also gonna be the finale of season 1.

      I can't wait to see what happens.

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    • Tim68 wrote:
      Ryzerblade wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:

      Ryzerblade wrote:

      Does this mean the corrupted Gems are from Earth too?
      Maybe some, but I doubt all of them are. Lapis wasn't.

      I don't think Lapis was a corrupted Gem though. Just because she was trapped in a mirror doesn't mean she was corrupted before hand.


      Her gem was cracked.

      That could have happened when she was stuck in the mirror. Weird things happen to Gems when the have their Gems cracked. Like how she was able to talk to Steven. The Gem may have not been cracked when the Crystal Gems found the mirror. Also did you see any of the other corrupted Gems with cracks on their Gem.

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    • WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      WW89 wrote:

      Sammyrashid15 wrote:


      BNSF1995 wrote:
      This whole situation can only lead to one thing: civil war without end.

      What?! )-:)
      I think what he meant was there might be a civil war happening between specific gems (star vs. diamond) or (good vs. evil).
      Oh! (-:

      Wait! I think I know when this is gonna happen. It might happen in the half-hour special event, that is also gonna be the finale of season 1.

      I can't wait to see what happens.


      I know, right?! Me, too!! ((-:

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    • Does anyone think "Beach City Horror Club" might be a Valentines's Day Special since it involves Sadie and Lars?

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    • Masterchudi wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Masterchudi wrote:
      I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 
      I believe the earth made gems are just that, earth made gems. Look at the machines in the kindergarden, of a drilling variety most likely to dig up gems. They would dig up these gems, and use them as the energy focal point of a new gem's matrix. Of course that's just my personal theory, if yours is found true than what the hey!
      Indeed I just brough it up because the homeworld gems seem to be getting darker and darker and maybe experimenatation pushed Rose to fight as in enough inhumanity

      Experimentation I can definitely see, heck maybe the monster forms of the gems we seen are some of that experimentation! Though judging by the history of the Gems, that might be just one of many many MANY reasons to fight back. 

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    • Luis G Cx wrote:
      Does anyone think "Beach City Horror Club" might be a Valentines's Day Special since it involves Sadie and Lars?


      Hum-hum-hum. |-:\

      But that's totally a very good question. We'll all see what will really happen with Sadie and Lars, when this episode comes out on air.

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    • So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

      HA! Fat chance, they are probably dead. I bet Lapis killed them all. Selfish jerk! >:-(

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Tim68 wrote:
      I think this is the second time Amethyst uses spindash. (If I remember right, she did it in Watermelon Steven)
      Yeah. You'er right. It's the second time, she does her spindash.

      Pearl also uses her energy wand when Amethyst starts dashing.

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    • I think this episode is a really, really good one. It exceeded my expectations and then some more. The "cliffhanger" at the end didn't make much sense to me, since we already knew there were a bunch of those holes and drillers. But either way.

      No matter what... I still lost it when Amethyst hugged Pearl at the end. The feels are strong with this one ;_;

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.


      Ah-ha! My theory is coming true!


      Rose is the leader of an army of Rebel Gems who fought against the Gems. "Kindergarden" was a victory for the Gems, while the Strawberry Fields was a victory for the Rebels. Lapis Lazuli might be one of the Emperial Gems (Name in progress...) who has fallen, and was bound by the Rebels to a mirror. Peridot was be sent to reactivate Kindergarden to finish the job! And yes! I was actually thinking that the Corrupted Gems are actually the fallen gems of battle who became corrupted by the Emperial Gems themselves! However, I believe some of those gems are from Kindergarden, but remained corrupted by unknown causes. Probably because the Earth-born Gems were made to ruin Earth, Amethyst being the only exception. She was able to know right from wrong (most of the time), and developed healthy, preventing her from corrupting. However, I fear she might be close to being corrupted...

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    • DakotaSpine wrote:
      I think this episode is a really, really good one. It exceeded my expectations and then some more. The "cliffhanger" at the end didn't make much sense to me, since we already knew there were a bunch of those holes and drillers. But either way.

      No matter what... I still lost it when Amethyst hugged Pearl at the end. The feels are strong with this one ;_;

      It's suppose to make you wonder what happen to all of those Gems.

      "Like if the monster Gems are the Earth Gems?" or "Did the Gems from Earth get destroyed?" or "If all of those Gems were made, where are they now?"

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    • Gnx486 wrote: So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

      Yeah that is very plausible. But I think the corrupted gems could be a combination of Rose's allies and the Earth manufactured Gems.

      At first, I thought that the 'bad' gems constructed a superweapon to anhiliate life on Earth, which causes Rose's and her allies to rebel. Then in the last attempt when the 'bad' loyalist gems were going to lose, they repurpose the superweapon and initiate it to corrupt all gems on Earth.

      This episode kind of confirms it, in the idea that the 'bad' gems, more like Homeworld Gems now, were going to somehow endanger life on Earth.

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    • GenoTheCreeper wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

      Ah-ha! My theory is coming true!


      Rose is the leader of an army of Rebel Gems who fought against the Gems. "Kindergarden" was a victory for the Gems, while the Strawberry Fields was a victory for the Rebels. Lapis Lazuli might be one of the Emperial Gems (Name in progress...) who has fallen, and was bound by the Rebels to a mirror. Peridot was be sent to reactivate Kindergarden to finish the job! And yes! I was actually thinking that the Corrupted Gems are actually the fallen gems of battle who became corrupted by the Emperial Gems themselves! However, I believe some of those gems are from Kindergarden, but remained corrupted by unknown causes. Probably because the Earth-born Gems were made to ruin Earth, Amethyst being the only exception. She was able to know right from wrong (most of the time), and developed healthy, preventing her from corrupting. However, I fear she might be close to being corrupted...

      While watching it I was thinking she might become "corrupted" when she was yelling at Pearl.

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      GenoTheCreeper wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

      Ah-ha! My theory is coming true!


      Rose is the leader of an army of Rebel Gems who fought against the Gems. "Kindergarden" was a victory for the Gems, while the Strawberry Fields was a victory for the Rebels. Lapis Lazuli might be one of the Emperial Gems (Name in progress...) who has fallen, and was bound by the Rebels to a mirror. Peridot was be sent to reactivate Kindergarden to finish the job! And yes! I was actually thinking that the Corrupted Gems are actually the fallen gems of battle who became corrupted by the Emperial Gems themselves! However, I believe some of those gems are from Kindergarden, but remained corrupted by unknown causes. Probably because the Earth-born Gems were made to ruin Earth, Amethyst being the only exception. She was able to know right from wrong (most of the time), and developed healthy, preventing her from corrupting. However, I fear she might be close to being corrupted...

      While watching it I was thinking she might become "corrupted" when she was yelling at Pearl.


      They both now gotten along, when they huged. It was soo touching, I was smiling and I felt that I was also blushing a little, with Steven. (-:>

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    • Ryzerblade wrote:
      GenoTheCreeper wrote:
      Gnx486 wrote:
      So Pearl said that there were gems who rebelled "like" her, Garnet, and Rose, meaning there must have been others too. I wonder what happened to them. Someone suggested a while back that the monster gems might have been Rose's allies. Starting to think that might be true.

      Ah-ha! My theory is coming true!


      Rose is the leader of an army of Rebel Gems who fought against the Gems. "Kindergarden" was a victory for the Gems, while the Strawberry Fields was a victory for the Rebels. Lapis Lazuli might be one of the Emperial Gems (Name in progress...) who has fallen, and was bound by the Rebels to a mirror. Peridot was be sent to reactivate Kindergarden to finish the job! And yes! I was actually thinking that the Corrupted Gems are actually the fallen gems of battle who became corrupted by the Emperial Gems themselves! However, I believe some of those gems are from Kindergarden, but remained corrupted by unknown causes. Probably because the Earth-born Gems were made to ruin Earth, Amethyst being the only exception. She was able to know right from wrong (most of the time), and developed healthy, preventing her from corrupting. However, I fear she might be close to being corrupted...

      While watching it I was thinking she might become "corrupted" when she was yelling at Pearl.

      Reminds me of Madoka Magica. Magical girls, before turning into witches, start feeling awful, saying depressing things about themselves, cry, feel like everything they've done was a mistake, etc. So, their Soul Gem gets tainted and corrupted, and they turn into witches. And here we have the Crystal Gems. And when you said "I was thinking she might become 'corrupted' when she was yelling at Pearl" it just popped out. Cool! 

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    • I have to wonder if maybe the monsters are what Pearl meant when she said Amethyst was the only good thing to come from there. Maybe the majority of Gems from the Kindergarten were born.... deformed? Maybe they turned into monsters because they were imperfect or something?

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      I have to wonder if maybe the monsters are what Pearl meant when she said Amethyst was the only good thing to come from there. Maybe the majority of Gems from the Kindergarten were born.... deformed? Maybe they turned into monsters because they were imperfect or something?

      Hmm... |-:/

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    • Gnx486 wrote:
      Anyone else starting to think Ronaldo might have been right?


      Renaldo was right.

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    • These ‘gem’-themed episodes are always going to be on top of my favorite episodes list & this one is no exception. 

      I never thought Amethyst would be the “genetic experiment” character (I love those kinds because they have such interesting backstories). I love her so much more now, even though Pearl’s still my favorite. Garnet’s always been my #2 with Amethyst as my #3.

      Now I can’t stop thinking about what Garnet said with, “We kept Amethyst.,” and with Pearl laughing. Was that a possible “racist-like” joke for gems like Amethyst by gems like Pearl and Garnet if not just Garnet and Pearl making fun of Amethyst’s wild/crazy/liable-like character. I say “racist-like” because for one thing, that’s the best word I can think of without making one up (like “birthist”), second, of how it’s like even though all humans are pretty much the same but with insignificant differences, different humans still find superiority among humans with insignificant differences.

      Even though I can’t help but be a little more doubtful of Pearl and now Garnet’s morals (and not just of Pearl and Amethyst’s morals for their comments of humanity in “Keep Beach City Weird”), I still wasn’t that shaken in my “favorite characters list.” Reason being, I feel that GAP are no different from humans and have their own biases of people different from them and are imperfect like us in that aspect, but still are capable of dissolving those biases overtime.

      In the episode, Pearl’s denial when Amethyst was claiming Pearl looked down on her for her upbringing makes me think this supports that at least Pearl and probably Garnet, too, don’t consciously belittle Amethyst for her upbringing, if at all.

      I really hope Garnet and Pearl don’t look down on Amethyst for the way she was brought up, even though it seems like they don’t (with questionable exceptions like in “Steven’s Lion”). But at the same time, like in real life when we think we’re above certain prejudices, prejudice still manages to slip our lips, sometimes.

      I wonder if Amethyst’s kind is any different from Pearl and Garnet’s kind other than just the way they are ‘born.’

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    • Does this make peridot an official villain? Or should we wait a little longer? Also wow, this revealed a lot about amethyst, I can't believe she wasn't a real gem. This episode just suprised me, since I didn't expect this to turn out this way, I can't wait to see who's behind all this.

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    • Kevin125 wrote:
      Does this make peridot an official villain? Or should we wait a little longer? Also wow, this revealed a lot about amethyst, I can't believe she wasn't a real gem. This episode just suprised me, since I didn't expect this to turn out this way, I can't wait to see how how behind all this.

      as a villian, no. as an enemy, yes.

      Also Amathyst is still a Gem. Whether or not she was made on Earth.

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    • No I meant a gem that was created on earth, I thought she was a natural gem. And about peridot, she might not be evil, but she's still antagonistic, I don't know maybe we'll learn more about her in later episodes.

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    • Anyone else wonder how the other gems like Amethyst came out of their holes when some of those ‘holes’ looked to be very high up? Much more than Amethyst’s hole which was conveniently located at ground level. I hope they didn’t just fall out of their holes after ‘birth’ like how Amethyst fell off the cliff in “An Indifferent Kiss” who subsequently ‘cracked’ her gem for it (newborn gems getting their gems cracked just after birth wouldn’t be very productive for a gem creation and cultivating facility).

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    • Bloo Gem wrote:
      Anyone else wonder how the other gems like Amethyst came out of their holes when some of those ‘holes’ looked to be very high up? Much more than Amethyst’s hole which was conveniently located at ground level. I hope they didn’t just fall out of their holes after ‘birth’ like how Amethyst fell off the cliff in “An Indifferent Kiss” who subsequently ‘cracked’ her gem for it (newborn gems getting their gems cracked just after birth wouldn’t be very productive for a gem creation and cultivating facility).


      I also thought about this, but if they came out these holes while in a manifested body then they would probably be capable of landing without harming themselves. Bloo, this is a really good theory though.

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    • Bloo Gem wrote:

      Even though I can’t help but be a little more doubtful of Pearl and now Garnet’s morals (and not just of Pearl and Amethyst’s morals for their comments of humanity in “Keep Beach City Weird”), I still wasn’t that shaken in my “favorite characters list.” Reason being, I feel that GAP are no different from humans and have their own biases of people different from them and are imperfect like us in that aspect, but still are capable of dissolving those biases overtime.

      In the episode, Pearl’s denial when Amethyst was claiming Pearl looked down on her for her upbringing makes me think this supports that at least Pearl and probably Garnet, too, don’t consciously belittle Amethyst for her upbringing, if at all.

      I really hope Garnet and Pearl don’t look down on Amethyst for the way she was brought up, even though it seems like they don’t (with questionable exceptions like in “Steven’s Lion”). But at the same time, like in real life when we think we’re above certain prejudices, prejudice still manages to slip our lips, sometimes.

      I wonder if Amethyst’s kind is any different from Pearl and Garnet’s kind other than just the way they are ‘born.’

      I think Pearl probably did look down on Amethyst for being from Kindergarten. Garnet has had to explicitly scold Pearl because of her not working well with Amethyst. If Amethyst hadn't broken down and outright said how she felt, it probably would have taken Pearl a long time to realize how she was acting like she's better than Amethyst. 

      Garnet says: We're all Crystal Gems! Amethyst is just as much a gem as Garnet and Pearl. It doesn't matter where they're born. I don't think Amethyst is a different kind of gem; she was just raised differently then Garnet and Pearl. 

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    • Incredible episode, but I don't think this changes my views on Gem Monsters. There's nothing saying they aren't comprised of Gems of all kind's regardless of origin or alignment. Best theory I heard is they are 'broken' (various possible reasons, most likely just something terrible that can happen to a Gem)and unable to take a stable form, so instead maintain a 'primal' or monster-like form. The Gems are able to shapeshift so they could easily assume a more monsterous form anyway, and If they are unable to think straight becuase of damage(either of physical or maybe even psychological nature) then I doubt they could form into a stable humanoid form. I believe it is inevitable that a big part of season 2 will be healing the Gem's who were once broken(To Bolster their ranks) and I actually think 'through some tragic events' we might see Garnet, Amethyst or Pearl take on one of these forms if they become 'broken', if they do I'd like to see it as a mini-arc of several episodes trying to find them(would be more interested in Pearl as without her I think they would be less efficent in finding a missing member and would take longer. Also with the recent friendship moment between Pearl and Amethyst she would put in some real effort into finding Pearl). Thats not to say devoting several episodes to one character, more like, episode stuff happens and the Gems are in and out searching while we see what happens without one of their group. I could go on about all the neat things that could happen in asituation like that, but I'll end it here.

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    • JetLignite wrote:
      Bloo Gem wrote:

      Even though I can’t help but be a little more doubtful of Pearl and now Garnet’s morals (and not just of Pearl and Amethyst’s morals for their comments of humanity in “Keep Beach City Weird”), I still wasn’t that shaken in my “favorite characters list.” Reason being, I feel that GAP are no different from humans and have their own biases of people different from them and are imperfect like us in that aspect, but still are capable of dissolving those biases overtime.

      In the episode, Pearl’s denial when Amethyst was claiming Pearl looked down on her for her upbringing makes me think this supports that at least Pearl and probably Garnet, too, don’t consciously belittle Amethyst for her upbringing, if at all.

      I really hope Garnet and Pearl don’t look down on Amethyst for the way she was brought up, even though it seems like they don’t (with questionable exceptions like in “Steven’s Lion”). But at the same time, like in real life when we think we’re above certain prejudices, prejudice still manages to slip our lips, sometimes.

      I wonder if Amethyst’s kind is any different from Pearl and Garnet’s kind other than just the way they are ‘born.’

      I think Pearl probably did look down on Amethyst for being from Kindergarten. Garnet has had to explicitly scold Pearl because of her not working well with Amethyst. If Amethyst hadn't broken down and outright said how she felt, it probably would have taken Pearl a long time to realize how she was acting like she's better than Amethyst. 

      Garnet says: We're all Crystal Gems! Amethyst is just as much a gem as Garnet and Pearl. It doesn't matter where they're born. I don't think Amethyst is a different kind of gem; she was just raised differently then Garnet and Pearl. 


      I don't think Pearl or Garnet ever looked down on Amethyst, that joke in the Lion episode didn't come off to me as scornful as much as joking. I mean really, tons of people have made similar jokes comparing their siblings to pets without being cruel or spiteful(maybe some meant it, but thats gotta be significantly less) and I honestly don't believe they hold anything against her, unlike what Amethyst probably thought. Pearl even said she "Was the one good thing to come out of this mess" and "Never Thought of 'this' as You" thats my thoughts on it anyway.

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    • Masterchudi wrote: I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 

      That would kind of make sense since Amethyst acts the most human out of GAP and as a side note this episode explains why Amethyst's star logo is cut out of her clothes unlike the others' uniforms which actually have it printed

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    • Son of Nemesis34 wrote:

      Masterchudi wrote: I have to wonder  if the homeworld gems engaged on experimentation on humans. Maybe the corrupted gems were human. Attempts at a human gem hybrid biologically perhaps? 

      That would kind of make sense since Amethyst acts the most human out of GAP and as a side note this episode explains why Amethyst's star logo is cut out of her clothes unlike the others' uniforms which actually have it printed

      I don't think so, I would attribute her acting more human to her being born and living on earth. She grew up in earth culture as opposed to a Gem Culture so her personality makes sense. Also I very much doubt there were any Gem-human hybrids before, they mentioned that theres never been anything like Steven before. Lastly as for Amethysts clothes I again attribute this to her living on earth specifically through 70's or 80's, while Garnet and Pearl are probably wearing what they would on the Gem Homeworld. That also brings up how Amethyst has probably interacted with humanity significantly more then the others wanting to identify with humans and distance herself a little more from the others for reasons we observed in this episode.

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    • alot of the what was being said by amethyst reminded me of being adopted by being born by bad people in a bad situation its weird.

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    • After On The Run, this joke is kinda...
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    • Andrey Andrey wrote:

      After On The Run, this joke is kinda...

      Yeah. Not funny anymore.

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    • Heh, yeah that had to feel like a thousand tiny spears.  And-OH MY JAM, you know how Amethyst said she was a parasite? And you know how she loves scarfing? What if the GDA(Great Diamond Authority) instilled a ravenous hunger with-in them to wipe out Earth's food supply?!

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    • Was really pleased by this episode and how much it revealed. So, some things we know know as fact:

      1. Rose was the Gem leader.

      2. The Gems were using Earth as a staging ground for 'birthing' Gems, a nursery if you will, which had detrimental effects on the native population;

      3. Renaldo was right;

      4. Amethyst is a created Gem rather than an alien one.

      But it also leaves so many unanswered questions.

      1. Who or what is Lion, and though he is so closely associated with Rose how come GAP don't know him? (This is my personal obsession)

      2. What are the small dark figures seen in the temple in Serious Steven? Are they Rose's plants, early humans, or Kindergems?

      3. Why do none of the Gem sites feature images other than Rose or the mysterious diamond figure? Pearl and Garnet are never pictured. This is a clue! Rose was someone very important in Gem history, clearly. Pearl and Garnet were likely just soldiers?

      4. What was Garnet's role, and why do gem creatures react so violently to seeing her? Was she an executioner? A cop of sorts? A judge? Was she in charge of destroying Kindergems that didn't come out right?

      5. Why do humans have no apparent memory of the Gem Wars?

      6. Are the gem creatures GAP fight actual gems, or are they products of the Kindergarten?

      Anyway, getting off track of the thread of this discussion. Sorry. Have to admit this episode really caught me off-guard. It confirmed my suspicions that gems were using Earth as a breeding ground, but I hadn't expected Amythest to be a terrestrial gem. Really liked this episode, and the emotion it evoked. Was nice to see Pearl and Amethyst come together as friends and sisters for once. Also was impressed to see how well Steven handled all the information. Pearl is always saying he's not ready but clearly he is. His maturity from episode one to this one has grown by tremendous leaps and bounds. He's destined to be a leader.

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    • Kevin125 wrote: Does this make peridot an official villain? Or should we wait a little longer? Also wow, this revealed a lot about amethyst, I can't believe she wasn't a real gem. This episode just suprised me, since I didn't expect this to turn out this way, I can't wait to see who's behind all this.

      We'll see in The Return

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    • So now I know what Peridot's talking about, her "boss" wanted to hatch more gems. The gems are freaking out because Peridot may be a snitch.

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    • Anyone else think the "cores" to those drill machines looked like small versions of the crystal heart from inside the temple?

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    • Yes!! A development episode! It exceeded my expectations and, as always, was something completely different from what I expected. In a good way of course <3

      Things are getting really interesting. Anything I might've commented has already been said, so this is really all I have to say nowww

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    • When the virus creature was falling, I was so scared and thought it crush Amethyst (including her gem, which woulc've killed her obviously), and then I thought "She probably just went in her hole." and I was relieved when it turned out Amythest was alive.

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    • Woah, now the return and jail break is explained

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    • JetLignite wrote:
      Bloo Gem wrote:

      Even though I can’t help but be a little more doubtful of Pearl and now Garnet’s morals (and not just of Pearl and Amethyst’s morals for their comments of humanity in “Keep Beach City Weird”), I still wasn’t that shaken in my “favorite characters list.” Reason being, I feel that GAP are no different from humans and have their own biases of people different from them and are imperfect like us in that aspect, but still are capable of dissolving those biases overtime.

      In the episode, Pearl’s denial when Amethyst was claiming Pearl looked down on her for her upbringing makes me think this supports that at least Pearl and probably Garnet, too, don’t consciously belittle Amethyst for her upbringing, if at all.

      I really hope Garnet and Pearl don’t look down on Amethyst for the way she was brought up, even though it seems like they don’t (with questionable exceptions like in “Steven’s Lion”). But at the same time, like in real life when we think we’re above certain prejudices, prejudice still manages to slip our lips, sometimes.

      I wonder if Amethyst’s kind is any different from Pearl and Garnet’s kind other than just the way they are ‘born.’

      I think Pearl probably did look down on Amethyst for being from Kindergarten. Garnet has had to explicitly scold Pearl because of her not working well with Amethyst. If Amethyst hadn't broken down and outright said how she felt, it probably would have taken Pearl a long time to realize how she was acting like she's better than Amethyst. 

      Garnet says: We're all Crystal Gems! Amethyst is just as much a gem as Garnet and Pearl. It doesn't matter where they're born. I don't think Amethyst is a different kind of gem; she was just raised differently then Garnet and Pearl. 

      Exactly.  I think it is less like racism and more like the prejudice against people who grew up in poverty or come from a "bad" part of town.  While it is less prominent than racism, I've definitely seen kids (and even adults) bullied for coming from dysfunctional families or "rough" home environments.  Considering the concern Pearl showed for Amethyst near the end, she seems to be more of an innocent bigot who really doesn't realize how insensitive she can be.  Add her tendency to blurt things out without thinking and suddenly a lot of her comments make sense in hindsight.

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    • Is that 'classism,' then, Dioptase? Because that might be the term I'm looking for because I’m willing to bet that gems are probably all born pretty much the same.

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    • PROVED MY THEORY!!!!!!!!

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    • @Bloo Yup, that's the probably the best human equivalent.  There have also been some theories going around that the gems are organized by a literal class system (Pearl and Peridot = "engineer" class, Garnet = "enforcer" class, and Amethyst = "worker" class).  I have always kind of imagined that Lapis and Rose are "queens" of some kind, since they both have extrordinary elemental powers, the ability to summon/create guardians, physical features that distinguish them from other gems (Rose's height and healing tears, Lapis' wings), and dual names instead of single word names.

      Of course, there is still the question of whether Pearl and Amethyst were born naturally or if they themselves were seeded/grown on other planets.  Now that I think about it, this also explains why the homeworld gems are interested in earth: They probably exhausted the supply of gemstones on their own planet and need to farm other planets so that they can keep reproducing.  Since gems can die and have no natural means of reproducing, they might go extinct if they ever ran out of gemstones.

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    • Am posting this here as well cause somebody on these forums tried so hard to disprove my theory of Diamond being the main villain of the series on the Warp Tour discussion.https://41.media.tumblr.com/5937d778ecfe6a1cc2a7ab9bd70fb929/tumblr_njc1gfyOve1r33558o1_540.png

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      So I totally called it, the main villain is Diamond. Anyone that tried to disprove me can suck on a lemon.

      Fun note: Next episode will have this dude coming back, hope he reveals some more interesting plot details.

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      Uh, if you look at the literal meaning of the German word, it translates into English as "child garden". So yeah... It kinda makes sense. It's a place where they made children.

      And by they.... I kinda got the feeling that "they" included Pearl. I kept getting the feeling she was about to say "I'm sorry I made this place".... But said something different. Well, now we know why Amethyst acts less mature than the other two. She's not an original member of the gems.

      Pearl: "None of this is your fault. You didn't build this place. I- I'm sorry Amethyst. I hope you can forgive me. You're the one good thing that came out of this mess. I always thought you were proud of that."

      Considering that quote from Pearl (“You didn’t build this place. I-”) and what Dioptase just said about Pearl possibly being among the "engineer" class, I think it’s entirely possible that Pearl before she rebelled, was one of the gems that made the Kindergarten, but had no idea just what she was “creating” until Rose came along. I don't know if Pearl ever felt guilty for creating the Kindergarten (assuming the theory is correct) before because she knew of the effect it had on Earth, but now I wonder if Pearl will start having guilt after she's seen the effect Kindergarten has on 'gems' created in it like Amethyst.

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    • Naressa wrote:

      1. Who or what is Lion, and though he is so closely associated with Rose how come GAP don't know him? (This is my personal obsession)

      2. What are the small dark figures seen in the temple in Serious Steven? Are they Rose's plants, early humans, or Kindergems?

      3. Why do none of the Gem sites feature images other than Rose or the mysterious diamond figure? Pearl and Garnet are never pictured. This is a clue! Rose was someone very important in Gem history, clearly. Pearl and Garnet were likely just soldiers?

      4. What was Garnet's role, and why do gem creatures react so violently to seeing her? Was she an executioner? A cop of sorts? A judge? Was she in charge of destroying Kindergems that didn't come out right?

      5. Why do humans have no apparent memory of the Gem Wars?

      6. Are the gem creatures GAP fight actual gems, or are they products of the Kindergarten?

      1. Pretty sure Rose had secret plans that she felt she couldn't trust the gems with and Lion is one of them.

      2. Could be any of them, and don't forget those whacky machines. ALSO, I just realized that the figure she's fighting there must be the gem's real form! Also...who set up that mechanism?

      3. I'm guessing that yeah, remember that Rose Quartz was the leader of the Crystal Gems and most likely the most powerful.

      4. Either that or just residual memory of their battles, I do not doubt Garnet was brutal in days past.

      5. I'd like to say because they happened thousands of years ago, but probably the Great Diamond Authority's doing.

      6. This would make SO much sense, maybe their coruption was always programmed?

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    • LikeBrony wrote:
      STEVEN X AMETHYST.

      I CAN SEE

      Okay. I'm so sorry, but thats discusting. Steven is a CHILD!!! Shipping a child with an adult is really really... just.... ew. I can see a little kid having a 'crush' on another KID... thats the closest thing you can get with shipping a kid with someone ((without being gross...))

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    • Tesla Effect wrote:
      Am posting this here as well cause somebody on these forums tried so hard to disprove my theory of Diamond being the main villain of the series on the Warp Tour discussion.https://41.media.tumblr.com/5937d778ecfe6a1cc2a7ab9bd70fb929/tumblr_njc1gfyOve1r33558o1_540.png

      https://41.media.tumblr.com/4fadeddc2fcbba740ba36472a3c71314/tumblr_njc1gfyOve1r33558o2_540.png

      https://41.media.tumblr.com/aada19c5b3e950793db5ff49d1e61e6f/tumblr_njbsq49kU51srrc8ao1_540.jpg

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      So I totally called it, the main villain is Diamond. Anyone that tried to disprove me can suck on a lemon.

      Fun note: Next episode will have this dude coming back, hope he reveals some more interesting plot details.

      Don't Forget The Diamonds On Lapis And Peridot!

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    • Hey, guys! Look here! Another clue. From the episode; Warp Tour: http://anawinkaro.tumblr.com/post/110218876718/ihate4kids-so-i-was-rewatching-old-episodes-of

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    • By Odin's beard!

      I think I'll summarize my thoughts on what this all means.

      The "Great Diamond Authority" came to earth to create more gems. Rose and the others probably came along with them. The gems are like viruses, using other "living" things to reproduce, killing the host in the process. The gems have to do this in order to survive, so they would travel to different planets, reproduce until the planet was dead, and repeat. It was okay at first, as all the planets were unpopulated. But when Rose saw how earth was populated, she rebelled.

      Kindergarden was the attempt to reproduce. The thing was, the gems that came from Kindergarden were normal at first, but something went wrong. The gems became corrupted, turning into horrible monsters. The Crystal gems saved one of the gems from Kindergarden. Amethyst. That's why the gems save the corrupted ones, keeping them in hope that they may be able to help them like they did Amethyst.

      This also makes me think about Lapis and the mirror. We have seen that a cracked gem grows worse over time. Lapis had a cracked gem, and was trapped in the mirror for what seems to be a very long time. So why didn't she grow worse and possibly die?

      Simple. The mirror saved her. Somehow by being trapped in the mirror, she was saved from dying. But if she was freed, she would begin dying once more. That could be why the gems knew she was there but never let her out!

      AGH, so many theories! I cannot WAIT for the next episode!

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Hey, guys! Look here! Another clue. From the episode; Warp Tour: http://anawinkaro.tumblr.com/post/110218876718/ihate4kids-so-i-was-rewatching-old-episodes-of

      Oh so thats what it meant and that coould have possible been the sound at the end (it starting to reactivate). SO who thinks when peridot comes back she'll reactivate it and cause the endangerment of Earth?

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    • Evedawalrus wrote:
      By Odin's beard!

      I think I'll summarize my thoughts on what this all means.

      The "Great Diamond Authority" came to earth to create more gems. Rose and the others probably came along with them. The gems are like viruses, using other "living" things to reproduce, killing the host in the process. The gems have to do this in order to survive, so they would travel to different planets, reproduce until the planet was dead, and repeat. It was okay at first, as all the planets were unpopulated. But when Rose saw how earth was populated, she rebelled.

      Kindergarden was the attempt to reproduce. The thing was, the gems that came from Kindergarden were normal at first, but something went wrong. The gems became corrupted, turning into horrible monsters. The Crystal gems saved one of the gems from Kindergarden. Amethyst. That's why the gems save the corrupted ones, keeping them in hope that they may be able to help them like they did Amethyst.

      I agree on their reproduction being a possible hindrance to Earth's ecology, but keep in mind that as Pearl implied in "Alone Together" that gems are inorganic after saying Steven's organic nature might have hindered his fusion powers. I believe the massive creation of gems in kindergardens were created by as Ronaldo said "HOLLOWING OUT THE EARTH!" They would locate gems with their bacteriophage devices, and use said gems as focal points for creating a new gem while using the surronding for additional mass. The virus analogy still works though, as this reproductive process would ultimately consume FAR too much of earth's silicon matter most likely causing it to become unstable or impossible for organic life to exist. If this were one of the eight dang planets in our solar system WITHOUT life this would be fine, but on ours its kind of a screw you. Rose most likely knew this, and stood against the GDA. Speaking of unstable, notice how many gem holes were at the kindergarden? Mayhaps they were...mass produced? Perhaps what caused them to be corupted was that they were all made in a hurry, meaning that a majority of their energy matrixes had such crucial flaws that they became bestial. Amethyst is most likely the only Earth made gem to not have such crucial flaws to her energy matrix.

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    • Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      Hey, guys! Look here! Another clue. From the episode; Warp Tour: http://anawinkaro.tumblr.com/post/110218876718/ihate4kids-so-i-was-rewatching-old-episodes-of
      Oh so thats what it meant and that coould have possible been the sound at the end (it starting to reactivate). SO who thinks when peridot comes back she'll reactivate it and cause the endangerment of Earth?

      Uh...I think pretty much all of us? We'll might see it in the episode "Marble Madness".

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:

      I agree on their reproduction being a possible hindrance to Earth's ecology, but keep in mind that as Pearl implied in "Alone Together" that gems are inorganic after saying Steven's organic nature might have hindered his fusion powers. I believe the massive creation of gems in kindergardens were created by as Ronaldo said "HOLLOWING OUT THE EARTH!" They would locate gems with their bacteriophage devices, and use said gems as focal points for creating a new gem while using the surronding for additional mass. The virus analogy still works though, as this reproductive process would ultimately consume FAR too much of earth's silicon matter most likely causing it to become unstable or impossible for organic life to exist. If this were one of the eight dang planets in our solar system WITHOUT life this would be fine, but on ours its kind of a screw you. Rose most likely knew this, and stood against the GDA. Speaking of unstable, notice how many gem holes were at the kindergarden? Mayhaps they were...mass produced? Perhaps what caused them to be corupted was that they were all made in a hurry, meaning that a majority of their energy matrixes had such crucial flaws that they became bestial. Amethyst is most likely the only Earth made gem to not have such crucial flaws to her energy matrix.

      I agree with you that they were probably mining for gemstones to turn into Gems, but I still think that 'corrupted Gems' are not limited to the mass produced ones and could be some form of battle damage sustained to even Homeworld Gems without the need for visable damage(Psycholigical scaring,mental attacks wreacking their minds or maybe even pushing themselves too far and they snap). But that just raises the question why were Gems being mass produced like this? It's obvious that this can't be the source of all Gems otherwise they wouldn't have a Homewolrd to warp back to. And why Earth? There's the potential to mine Gems on other planets.(unless this is just the creators not knowing that or something) I don't think they would mass produce Gems like this unless there was a great need for Gems, espicially since they have indefinate lifespans. Also one thing I don't think anyone noticed is that Amethyst said she was there for a long time until Rose and the others found her, meaning this plase was either abandoned or not being looked after when she was born. Maybe she was a mass produced Gem that took longer to form and was overlooked or maybe she was born after that kindergarden was abandoned and or taken by the Crystal Gems. Any thoughts guys?

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    • @ForceOfChaos

      Fair point on the corruption it could be a multitude of things. As for why Earth, it might be because Earth's conditions allow for a larger multitude of gems to be made(at least to my knowledge) compared to other planets in our solar system. In fact I recant my previous statement, it makes perfect sense for an evil alien race to screw over another race for its resources. And I am guessing that the main reason for a large number of gems is wel...galactic conquest. Our favorite ladies and half-breeds are pretty much the odd ones out in a silicon based race of magic overlords! They would not stop at Earth, they would go to the statisically few other planets in our galaxy in habitable zones and raid their crusts to create soldiers, all so that they could control it all! ALL FEAR THE GREAT DIAMOND AUTHORITY! Of course, just a theory.

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    • ForceOfChaos wrote:
      JetLignite wrote:
      Bloo Gem wrote:

      Even though I can’t help but be a little more doubtful of Pearl and now Garnet’s morals (and not just of Pearl and Amethyst’s morals for their comments of humanity in “Keep Beach City Weird”), I still wasn’t that shaken in my “favorite characters list.” Reason being, I feel that GAP are no different from humans and have their own biases of people different from them and are imperfect like us in that aspect, but still are capable of dissolving those biases overtime.

      In the episode, Pearl’s denial when Amethyst was claiming Pearl looked down on her for her upbringing makes me think this supports that at least Pearl and probably Garnet, too, don’t consciously belittle Amethyst for her upbringing, if at all.

      I really hope Garnet and Pearl don’t look down on Amethyst for the way she was brought up, even though it seems like they don’t (with questionable exceptions like in “Steven’s Lion”). But at the same time, like in real life when we think we’re above certain prejudices, prejudice still manages to slip our lips, sometimes.

      I wonder if Amethyst’s kind is any different from Pearl and Garnet’s kind other than just the way they are ‘born.’

      I think Pearl probably did look down on Amethyst for being from Kindergarten. Garnet has had to explicitly scold Pearl because of her not working well with Amethyst. If Amethyst hadn't broken down and outright said how she felt, it probably would have taken Pearl a long time to realize how she was acting like she's better than Amethyst. 

      Garnet says: We're all Crystal Gems! Amethyst is just as much a gem as Garnet and Pearl. It doesn't matter where they're born. I don't think Amethyst is a different kind of gem; she was just raised differently then Garnet and Pearl. 


      I don't think Pearl or Garnet ever looked down on Amethyst, that joke in the Lion episode didn't come off to me as scornful as much as joking. I mean really, tons of people have made similar jokes comparing their siblings to pets without being cruel or spiteful(maybe some meant it, but thats gotta be significantly less) and I honestly don't believe they hold anything against her, unlike what Amethyst probably thought. Pearl even said she "Was the one good thing to come out of this mess" and "Never Thought of 'this' as You" thats my thoughts on it anyway.

      Sorry, I misspoke. Pearl wasn't intentionally looking down on Amethyst. After Amethyst confronted her, Pearl had to evaluate the way she acted towards Amethyst. She didn't know what she was doing. She was unconsciously prejudiced. I'm glad Pearl was called out on that, it sparks an important conversation about people being more than where they're from. Marhawkman said it well, so I won't ramble. I just wanted to clarify what I was saying. 

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      @ForceOfChaos
      Fair point on the corruption it could be a multitude of things. As for why Earth, it might be because Earth's conditions allow for a larger multitude of gems to be made(at least to my knowledge) compared to other planets in our solar system. In fact I recant my previous statement, it makes perfect sense for an evil alien race to screw over another race for its resources. And I am guessing that the main reason for a large number of gems is wel...galactic conquest. Our favorite ladies and half-breeds are pretty much the odd ones out in a silicon based race of magic overlords! They would not stop at Earth, they would go to the statisically few other planets in our galaxy in habitable zones and raid their crusts to create soldiers, all so that they could control it all! ALL FEAR THE GREAT DIAMOND AUTHORITY! Of course, just a theory.

      They don't necessarily have to be evil conquerers, just an incredibly expansionist race that simply "Doesn't care about humanity or the earth".

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    • JetLignite wrote:


      Sorry, I misspoke. Pearl wasn't intentionally looking down on Amethyst. After Amethyst confronted her, Pearl had to evaluate the way she acted towards Amethyst. She didn't know what she was doing. She was unconsciously prejudiced. I'm glad Pearl was called out on that, it sparks an important conversation about people being more than where they're from. Marhawkman said it well, so I won't ramble. I just wanted to clarify what I was saying. 


      And again I still don't think Pearl or Garnet look down on her at all, aware or unaware of such. Amethyst Attacked Pearl in this episode becuase she called the Kindergarden a horrible place, Amethyst took this as an insult at her thinking of herself becuase she associate's the kindergarden with herself while Pearl mentioned she didn't share the same feelings on the subject, she was mearly the byproduct of it. I don't blame Pearl for this, this is just how she see's things. And apparently her being straightforward and blunt clashed with with this huge insecurity Amethyst felt, that 'no one else knew about' and I cannot stress that enough here.

      Amethyst even called herself bad, again becuase of how she viewed herself. She thought of the Kindergarden as 'her entire existance' and Clearly the other Gems didn't, they thought of her as one of their own viewing the kindergarden as Amethyst's begining and believing that is the only relevence it had on her life and that everything else was entrely her own. Pearl even thought Amethyst was proud of being something 'Good' that came from a bad place, I mean I detected geniune admiration from Pearl when she said that. And I believe her apology was for not realising how much Amethyst was affected by her past when she was speaking of the kindergarden.

      Again this is all my opinion, and I guess trying to believe the best in these characters makes that the unpopular opinion.

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    • ForceOfChaos wrote:

      They don't necessarily have to be evil conquerers, just an incredibly expansionist race that simply "Doesn't care about humanity or the earth".

      I am pretty sure that technically quallifies as evil, but whatevs. 

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    • ForceOfChaos wrote:

      Again this is all my opinion, and I guess trying to believe the best in these characters makes that the unpopular opinion.

      I believe in these characters too, I just know they're not perfect. I'm willing to accept that they have flaws. There are people who seem to disagree.

      To me, it seems that it's the idea that the gems are flawed is what's unpopular. 

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    • It's realistic. Real people aren't perfect, so why should fictional people be perfect?

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    • ForceOfChaos wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      @ForceOfChaos
      Fair point on the corruption it could be a multitude of things. As for why Earth, it might be because Earth's conditions allow for a larger multitude of gems to be made(at least to my knowledge) compared to other planets in our solar system. In fact I recant my previous statement, it makes perfect sense for an evil alien race to screw over another race for its resources. And I am guessing that the main reason for a large number of gems is wel...galactic conquest. Our favorite ladies and half-breeds are pretty much the odd ones out in a silicon based race of magic overlords! They would not stop at Earth, they would go to the statisically few other planets in our galaxy in habitable zones and raid their crusts to create soldiers, all so that they could control it all! ALL FEAR THE GREAT DIAMOND AUTHORITY! Of course, just a theory.
      They don't necessarily have to be evil conquerers, just an incredibly expansionist race that simply "Doesn't care about humanity or the earth".

      Or some race that are in crisis and MUST do that on the earth for their own survivability, even thought they might care about not annihilating other planet's life and things like that.

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    • Road to the Nightosphere is paved with good intentions, there's a chance they started out good but what their doing is wrong. A society as advanced as theirs should see that. The GDA ain't no better than the KRAANG . 

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    • LikeBrony wrote:
      STEVEN X AMETHYST.

      I CAN SEE


      All the Crystal Gems love Steven.

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    • JetLignite wrote:
      ForceOfChaos wrote:

      Again this is all my opinion, and I guess trying to believe the best in these characters makes that the unpopular opinion.

      I believe in these characters too, I just know they're not perfect. I'm willing to accept that they have flaws. There are people who seem to disagree.

      To me, it seems that it's the idea that the gems are flawed is what's unpopular. 

      I don't think anyone is claiming any Gem is without flaws(gemstones by their nature all have some imperfections) in fact we have seen them so much throughout this series. Pearl is obssesive(I like to think of her as somewhere in the OCD spectrum) , Garnet (while being the more tempered) is Often not delicate around most subjects and this episode has revealed a lot about Amethysts opinion of herself(self worth issues and depression), also let's not forget most of their interaction with Steven and human matters. They have flaws, these and more, but I do not question their unity. And yes, They argue, but that is healthy and normal and shows they can still work together and still rub each other the wrong way at times. It also shows that, like Pearl and Amethyst in this episode, they overcome their misunderstandings and differences (though I seriously doubt ever entirely) by opening up to one another. and I guess thats what I loved about this episode, the fact that not only did we get some awesome Gem Backstory....but also that there was such great developtment between Pearl and Amethysts friendship. Whether other people saw it like that or not, thats what I saw it as.

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    • This episode was the most plot-twistiest episode i ever saw in SU, i will never look at the Crystal Gems the same way again...

      At first, i thought this episode was gonna be boring, since the plot was only about Steven and Amethyst being "no-home boys" and then i was surprised to see it was connected to an interesting plot. Next time i see a boring plot, i hope it has a plot twist. I wonder what "Beach City Horror Club" has in store?

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    • It might be an anti villain type of thing, they're only doing it because it's necessary. And they might not want to hurt the humans, they might just be trying to survive.

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    • Maybe we should wait till later in the series, and maybe it will reveal more to us.

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    • "What defines us is not where we come from, but where we are at and where we are going."

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    • What do you mean by that?

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    • Kevin125 wrote:
      What do you mean by that?

      I think he's refering to Amethyst, she came from the kindergarten but she's still a good gem, as she is with the crystal gems now.

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    • I can see them being anti-villains, would be nice to see more of them on TV. 

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      I can see them being anti-villains, would be nice to see more of them on TV. 


      Anti-villains or anti-heros?

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    • Anti-heroes. 

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    • Anti-heroes do good stuff for selfish reasons, anti-villains do bad stuff for noble reasons....or is it the other way around? CURSE YOU CONFUSING TERMINOLOGY!

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    • Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

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    • Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Or, depending on the gem's age, that is their height.  Maybe they all start out Amethyst sized.

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    • Opal4Life wrote:

      Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Or, depending on the gem's age, that is their height.  Maybe they all start out Amethyst sized.

      Maybe. I won't be surprised if Amethyst had some "sisters" because in real life more than one amethyst is produced on a rock.

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    • So there's a chance there's more than one  amethyst Crystal Gem...that is going to be some CONFUUUUUUUUUUSING naming. "Hey Amethyst, me Amethyst, Amethyst, and Amethyst are gonna get some burgers wanna come?" "Sure, just let me check with Amethyst."

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    • Yoshimickster wrote: So there's a chance there's more than one  amethyst Crystal Gem...that is going to be some CONFUUUUUUUUUUSING naming. "Hey Amethyst, me Amethyst, Amethyst, and Amethyst are gonna get some burgers wanna come?" "Sure, just let me check with Amethyst."

      Yoshimickster, that's hilarious(another Amethyst reference of mine)

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    • I often wonder if there are more gems of one kind (Such as Amethyst. Even of gem non-fusions and fusions of Opal, Sugilate, and Alexandrite.) and if so, do they go by different names to differentiate themselves? Remember how Lapis Lazuli didn’t seem confused when Steven told her his name was Steven? And unless there are gems called ‘Steven,’ maybe gems do come up with individual names for themselves when in the presence of a gem with a gem like they do. Gemkind, if they are a species that hopes to be prolific then they cannot exist as a species with only one kind of gem in their species. I believe gemkind is like humankind and in humankind there are more than just one kind/race of humans (Indians, Africans, Mexicans, Caucasians, etc.).

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    • Bloo Gem wrote:
      I often wonder if there are more gems of one kind (Such as Amethyst. Even of gem non-fusions and fusions of Opal, Sugilate, and Alexandrite.) and if so, do they go by different names to differentiate themselves? Remember how Lapis Lazuli didn’t seem confused when Steven told her his name was Steven? And unless there are gems called ‘Steven,’ maybe gems do come up with individual names for themselves when in the presence of a gem with a gem like they do. Gemkind, if they are a species that hopes to be prolific then they cannot exist as a species with only one kind of gem in their species. I believe gemkind is like humankind and in humankind there are more than just one kind/race of humans (Indians, Africans, Mexicans, Caucasians, etc.).


      Are you saying multiple gems of one kind such as quarts: milky, smokey, rose, etc. Or are you talking about same gem but different color such as mother of pearl, pink pearl, black pearl, blue pearl, etc.

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    • I know there are different colors of gems with the same name or gems with their respective color in their name, and even gems in certain categories like what you said with the Quartz, but I was trying to say of every kind of gem you can think of, but there are more than one. Example, another gem or many gems with the same exact kind of gem that one of the series’ main characters, such as Amethyst’s has. That would also include the Amethyst gems with the same and different gem placement and carving.

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    • Tim68 wrote:
      Kevin125 wrote:
      What do you mean by that?
      I think he's refering to Amethyst, she came from the kindergarten but she's still a good gem, as she is with the crystal gems now.


      That, and everyone else of the Crystal Gems that followed Rose. They were from a planet that, for whatever reason, wanted to colonized the Earth. But Rose put a stop to it and decided to live on the Earth with Humanity and protect it.

      And yes, the past can hurt, but you can either run from it or learn from it.

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    • Pearl Rules wrote:

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      I doubt it, otherwise that would mean none of the earth Gems turned into gem monsters, becuase they would all have amethysts for Gems instead of the various kinds they have.

      That brings up an interesting thought....all the gems, both on the drills and near the warp(whatever those were for, maybe spare drill parts?), were all red's and purples. Does that mean they were limited in which kind of Gems they created?

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    • they could have just been the kinds of gemstones that were found in that area but then again the robots had a part that was distinctly red coloured so the gems inside would have had their colouring appear different because of the coloured "lens"

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    • An army of Amethyst Gems with whips. Sounds like crowd control to me. Pearl did say the warp pads went to "gem controlled worlds". If Gems were made task specific, Amethyst Gems would make good enforcers to keep the locals in line. Peridot LOOKS like a technician. Or she's wearing armor or a space suit.

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    • ForceOfChaos wrote:
      Pearl Rules wrote:

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      I doubt it, otherwise that would mean none of the earth Gems turned into gem monsters, becuase they would all have amethysts for Gems instead of the various kinds they have.

      But she said they could be similar to her in appearance (because they all came from holes shaped identically), they wouldn't necessarily have the same gem.

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    • This episode in my opinion finalizes the whole "The Crystal Gems are outcasts who turned against their homeworld!" theory that people were putting out. It also puts an end to the discussion about whether the Crystal Gems are good or evil, they are definitively good and fought against their homeworld even though they knew that would make them outcasts.

      The whole "Amethyst was born on Earth!" thing I did not foresee but it was a good plot point.

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    • I liked how the gem-injecting things were shaped like viruses. It further pushes in the point that the "gem plan" was a bad thing for the Earth.

      It seems that Kindergarten is where all the corrupted gems are from.

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    • Also the music was freaking outstanding.

      The piano when Amethyst and Pearl fought was very atmospheric, and when they hugged, I heard a big bit of "Amalgam"(the music from when they fused into Opal).

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    • Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Amethyst Kindergarten

      Just gonna leave some fanart I saw on tumblr here.


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    • Lilduders wrote:
      Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Amethyst Kindergarten

      Just gonna leave some fanart I saw on tumblr here.


      Lol :)

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    • XMysticalMoonx wrote:
      Lilduders wrote:
      Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Amethyst Kindergarten

      Just gonna leave some fanart I saw on tumblr here.


      Lol :)

      Whoa...! C-:)

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    • If they DO all look like her, an army of Amethysts would be FREAKING AWESOME! And then there'd be an episode wherp they'd all look to her and she'd realize the pressures of leadership for the first time in thousands of years and BAM character development.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      If they DO all look like her, an army of Amethysts would be FREAKING AWESOME! And then there'd be an episode wherp they'd all look to her and she'd realize the pressures of leadership for the first time in thousands of years and BAM character development.


      I'd love for Pearl to have some dream or hallucination where she imagines thousands of Amethysts running around.

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    • Lilduders wrote:
      Pearl Rules wrote:

      Opal4Life wrote: Didn't Garnet mention that the tiny drills from the monster were parasites?

      Yep.

      ALL THE HOLES ARE SHAPED LIKE AMETHYST! I assume that they all looked similar to her...

      Amethyst Kindergarten

      Just gonna leave some fanart I saw on tumblr here.


      Oh cute. Poor Peridot, she'll have to deal with THAT everyday if she were a mother (yeah if gems don't have to give up their physical forms to have babies). 

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    • Aclysmic wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      If they DO all look like her, an army of Amethysts would be FREAKING AWESOME! And then there'd be an episode wherp they'd all look to her and she'd realize the pressures of leadership for the first time in thousands of years and BAM character development.

      I'd love for Pearl to have some dream or hallucination where she imagines thousands of Amethysts running around.

      First off, YES, awesome "fan art for thought," Lilduders! XD

      As for what Aclysmic just said, this would totally go with what I was suggesting with Pearl possibly "guilt-tripping" in a future episode. AND-

      It would be Pearl's worst nightmare!

      (Though, I imagine it'd be through a hallucination since Pearl doesn't seem interested in sleeping like Main Character Amethyst herself, anytime soon. ;D) 

      Pearl: "Is this what the humans call "karma?" I'm sorry for building this place! AMETHYSTS NO! AAAAAHHHH!!!!!!!!!"

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    • this is the first episode that Amathyst sings
      Steven Universe - On the Run (Song)

      Steven Universe - On the Run (Song)

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    • Fan 1` laura stuven wrote:
      this is the first episode that Amathyst sings
      Steven Universe - On the Run (Song)

      Steven Universe - On the Run (Song)

      IKR? It was so cool, that she was singing. (-:

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    • Sammyrashid15 

      thank ya

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    • Fan 1` laura stuven wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 

      thank ya

      Your most welcome. (-:

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    • When Steven and Amethyst were singing their duet, I was screaming, "STEVEN JUST GRAB HER AND PULL HER CLOSE TO YOU AND THEN KISS!" Over and over because I strongly ship Steven X Amethyst. I loath Steven X Connie.


      STEVEN X AMETHYST FOREVER.


      I AM A FANGIRL OF THIS SHOW!!!!!!

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    • TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      When Steven and Amethyst were singing their duet, I was screaming, "STEVEN JUST GRAB HER AND PULL HER CLOSE TO YOU AND THEN KISS!" Over and over because I strongly ship Steven X Amethyst. I loath Steven X Connie.


      STEVEN X AMETHYST FOREVER.


      I AM A FANGIRL OF THIS SHOW!!!!!!


      But steven is a child and amethyst is kinda considered an adult.

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    • I can't see or agree with and amethyst and steven ship. Amethyst is like an older sister to Steven.  The only person Steven has romantic relationships with is Connie.

        

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    • I am really not into that Steve x any gem ship (or almost any ship by that that matter) but... Anyway

      Man was this episode had a un expecting twist, when I saw the sneak peek I thought it would just be some random cute little filler episode, but I got more than I thought

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      I can't see or agree with and amethyst and steven ship. Amethyst is like an older sister to Steven.  The only person Steven has romantic relationships with is Connie.

        

      Yes! (-:

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:

      UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      I can't see or agree with and amethyst and steven ship. Amethyst is like an older sister to Steven.  The only person Steven has romantic relationships with is Connie.

        

      Yes! (-:

      Agreed

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    • Aclysmic wrote:
      TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      When Steven and Amethyst were singing their duet, I was screaming, "STEVEN JUST GRAB HER AND PULL HER CLOSE TO YOU AND THEN KISS!" Over and over because I strongly ship Steven X Amethyst. I loath Steven X Connie.


      STEVEN X AMETHYST FOREVER.


      I AM A FANGIRL OF THIS SHOW!!!!!!


      But steven is a child and amethyst is kinda considered an adult.

      Well, Amethyst could be 13-ish.

      She is quite childish.. and they go great together! I also want that to happen, I want Steven to fall in love with Amethyst or vice versa. They are liek teh best couple evar

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    • Amethyst must be a bit younger.. Steven's 12.. So, YA

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    • TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Aclysmic wrote:
      TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      When Steven and Amethyst were singing their duet, I was screaming, "STEVEN JUST GRAB HER AND PULL HER CLOSE TO YOU AND THEN KISS!" Over and over because I strongly ship Steven X Amethyst. I loath Steven X Connie.


      STEVEN X AMETHYST FOREVER.


      I AM A FANGIRL OF THIS SHOW!!!!!!


      But steven is a child and amethyst is kinda considered an adult.
      Well, Amethyst could be 13-ish.

      She is quite childish.. and they go great together! I also want that to happen, I want Steven to fall in love with Amethyst or vice versa. They are liek teh best couple evar


      Amethyst is much much older than steven, just because she is the youngest of the crystal gems does not make her a child like steven, nor does her childish personality make her a child. In fusion cuisine he was complaining as to why connie didnt tell her parents that he didnt have a mother... or THREE mothers. He referred to Amethyst as the fun but gross mom.

      I understand that you like this pairing and I respect your preferences but the reason I am having a problem with anyone shipping steven with any of the crystal gems is due to him being a young child and the crystal gems not being children. Children dont even need to be focusing on romance of this level.

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    • TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Amethyst must be a bit younger.. Steven's 12.. So, YA

      Actually, Steven's 13. Really.

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    • In So Many Birthdays, Amethyst could be seen in the picture of the Gems dressed as "old timey people". So she's much older than Steven.

      Still, ship whatever you want to ship.

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    • Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Amethyst must be a bit younger.. Steven's 12.. So, YA
      Actually, Steven's 13. Really.

      I'ma be the first to say it, anyone else not see that? He looks 11 tops.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Amethyst must be a bit younger.. Steven's 12.. So, YA
      Actually, Steven's 13. Really.
      I'ma be the first to say it, anyone else not see that? He looks 11 tops.

      which episode mentions his age, anyway?

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    • Coldwave001 wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Sammyrashid15 wrote:
      TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Amethyst must be a bit younger.. Steven's 12.. So, YA
      Actually, Steven's 13. Really.
      I'ma be the first to say it, anyone else not see that? He looks 11 tops.
      which episode mentions his age, anyway?

      Uh, well actually, none.

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    • The only place I've read his age was on the wikipedia page, they did not give evidence.

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    • there was never any mention of Steven's age. I would guess him to be 11 to 13 but regardless the gems don't even really have an age. Their age is only an illusion. The crystal gems have always appeared the same for the entire time that they have existed.

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      there was never any mention of Steven's age. I would guess him to be 11 to 13 but regardless the gems don't even really have an age. Their age is only an illusion. The crystal gems have always appeared the same for the entire time that they have existed.

      But he is half human. He looks like a 9 year old tho

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    • Also there's the chance he might subconsciously de-age himself to make him permanently  whatever age he is. Also I REALLY don't think he's a teenager he looks too small. 

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    • He and Connie were able to purchase movie tickets at children's prices, which is generally for kids under the age of 12. Between 8 and 10 is where I'd guess they fall.

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    • LOL

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Also there's the chance he might subconsciously de-age himself to make him permanently  whatever age he is. Also I REALLY don't think he's a teenager he looks too small. 

      Remember, puberty can be late for men. :3

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    • This really makes me wonder about what Lapis said... "I never believed in this place." Believe? In what way?

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    • TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Also there's the chance he might subconsciously de-age himself to make him permanently  whatever age he is. Also I REALLY don't think he's a teenager he looks too small. 
      Remember, puberty can be late for men. :3

      ...yup that's also a factor, but he did refer to himself as a kid...but that might be his denial of age prevalent in "So Many Birthdays." By Dogcopter's propellors this uncertainty is killing me.

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    • Marhawkman wrote: This really makes me wonder about what Lapis said... "I never believed in this place." Believe? In what way?

      Maybe she didn't believe one planet was worth the trouble, or she may have fallen out of love with the gems' goal of expansion

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    • i can c

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    • I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...

      I hope so, I also hope she realizes the Crystal Gems are good eggs and joins up with them. 

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...
      I hope so, I also hope she realizes the Crystal Gems are good eggs and joins up with them. 

      I don't know. For all we know Lapis could be sntiching as we speak!  

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    • Natsu Fury wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...
      I hope so, I also hope she realizes the Crystal Gems are good eggs and joins up with them. 
      I don't know. For all we know Lapis could be sntiching as we speak!  

      Changed my mind, snitch away! Or my thing, I would be enthused for either eventualities.

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    • I'm not sure what Lapis would do, we don't really know who she was before she was sealed. She didn't seem evil, just angry. Maybe she was sealed as a way to keep her out of their way without killing her?

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    • Personally I think Lapis wouldn't snitch due to the fact that she would never gotten back home without Steven helping her. I feel if she does come back that she'll help Steven but ignore the others. I think that she was only sealed in the mirror to not die since a crack gem can lead up to death and her gem was really broken

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    • that's a definite maybe.... I hadn't quite thought of it that way.

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    • I'd be pleasantly surprised if she thought the Crystal Gems were actually members of the Great Diamond authority and went back to her planet to warn the populous of their evil plan, and then the REAL GDA arrests them for crimes they didn't commit.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...
      I hope so, I also hope she realizes the Crystal Gems are good eggs and joins up with them. 

      I hope she and/or another gem get a frequent supporting character role in a later episode, or perhaps even a main character status. Not until maybe Season 2 though.


      Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Personally I think Lapis wouldn't snitch due to the fact that she would never gotten back home without Steven helping her. I feel if she does come back that she'll help Steven but ignore the others. I think that she was only sealed in the mirror to not die since a crack gem can lead up to death and her gem was really broken

      Are you sure broken gems are dead? I mean, yeah it prevents them from properly functioning, but even shards have some influence, such as in Secret team and the one with Steven's clothes coming alive (I don't remember the name of it). It seems the only possible way to kill them is to grind the gem to dust, and even then there may be a way to bring them back if you gathered most of the powdered remnants.

      WOW, Gems are tough.

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    • I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      I wonder if Lapis Lazuli will come back in Season 2...
      I hope so, I also hope she realizes the Crystal Gems are good eggs and joins up with them. 
      I hope she and/or another gem get a frequent supporting character role in a later episode, or perhaps even a main character status. Not until maybe Season 2 though.



      Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Personally I think Lapis wouldn't snitch due to the fact that she would never gotten back home without Steven helping her. I feel if she does come back that she'll help Steven but ignore the others. I think that she was only sealed in the mirror to not die since a crack gem can lead up to death and her gem was really broken
      Are you sure broken gems are dead? I mean, yeah it prevents them from properly functioning, but even shards have some influence, such as in Secret team and the one with Steven's clothes coming alive (I don't remember the name of it). It seems the only possible way to kill them is to grind the gem to dust, and even then there may be a way to bring them back if you gathered most of the powdered remnants.

      WOW, Gems are tough.

      I think they are called Gem Shards: http://steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/Gem_Shards

      Even though Pearl said, "We can still get hurt and die," but with the existence of Gem Shards that are considered "semi-sentient," I wonder if that is true unless Pearl really means when it comes to sentience (Like the human equivalent of being ‘brain dead.’), and if sentience is what Pearl means, is that even true? I don’t think it's been officially said yet, but I’m assuming “Gem Shards” are actually pieces of a gem’s gem that has completely shattered (Which makes the whole concept of gems using them to be part of their “zombie” army really disturbing. The same goes for partially broken gems like Lapis Lazuli to seemingly not-broken gems like the Desert Glass forced into being tools for whatever reason other than "enslavement."). Even if the Gem Shards used to be a gem and the resulting "broken gem" has pretty much ceased all their sentient function, is it still possible to bring back the 'gem person' that was once lost? Not saying that it would be easy or that it wouldn’t take a long amount of time.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.

      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.
      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.

      No, she was pink, the original shade of Garnet's other gem was blue. Technically Steven is a fusion, of Rose's magic and Greg's DNA. Whether this means Rose has completely moved on to the other side I don't know, but its out there.

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    • Do al- gems go to heaven? ;D

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.
      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.
      No, she was pink, the original shade of Garnet's other gem was blue. Technically Steven is a fusion, of Rose's magic and Greg's DNA. Whether this means Rose has completely moved on to the other side I don't know, but its out there.

      Steven isn't technically a fusion, as Greg still exists, which is why I'm not quite convinced Rose is gone either. An actual fusion would mean both Greg and Rose would exist as Steven, and in that case Steven would be a lot older.

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.
      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.
      No, she was pink, the original shade of Garnet's other gem was blue. Technically Steven is a fusion, of Rose's magic and Greg's DNA. Whether this means Rose has completely moved on to the other side I don't know, but its out there.
      Steven isn't technically a fusion, as Greg still exists, which is why I'm not quite convinced Rose is gone either. An actual fusion would mean both Greg and Rose would exist as Steven, and in that case Steven would be a lot older.

      Fair point, plus Rose might've been just talking in metaphor.

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    • DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:

      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.

      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.

      I think the painting in "So Many Birthdays" completely disproves that theory that Rose is part of Garnet. If that were true, how could both Garnet and Rose be in the same picture?

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:

      DialgaTheTimeLord wrote:

      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I also wonder what kills a gem for real forever, breaking them into shards just makes them mindless automotons but still alive, and mayhaps grinding them into dust would do the same but on a smaller scale. Maybe you'd need to do an anti-magic wave length like that loser in that ice guy's group who got owned super quickly in Fairy Tail.
      It's possible that even Rose isn't entirely gone, as there's some evidence that highly suggests Rose is part of a fusion that forms Garnet.
      I think the painting in "So Many Birthdays" completely disproves that theory that Rose is part of Garnet. If that were true, how could both Garnet and Rose be in the same picture?

      Completely missed that.

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    • Now there's a good chance Rose may be in Steven's sub-conscious...but most probably not in Garnet's sub-conscious. Her other gem was originally blue, Rose was pink.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Now there's a good chance Rose may be in Steven's sub-conscious...but most probably not in Garnet's sub-conscious. Her other gem was originally blue, Rose was pink.

      Rose residing in Steven's subconcious may be plausible as Roses did say whenever Steven ever loved himself, it was her loving him. She either said it literally or figuratively.

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    • On the topic of gem shards, I wonder if Steven could restore a broken gem with his healing spit if he got all the pieces together.  He was able to heal Lapis even when she had a fairly substantial crack, and "Secret Team" confirmed that the shards are at least still alive (if you can call their current condition "life").  On the freakier side, what if he tried to Frankenstein a gem together from random shards...

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    • TehMagixxMahn wrote:
      When Steven and Amethyst were singing their duet, I was screaming, "STEVEN JUST GRAB HER AND PULL HER CLOSE TO YOU AND THEN KISS!" Over and over because I strongly ship Steven X Amethyst. I loath Steven X Connie.


      STEVEN X AMETHYST FOREVER.


      I AM A FANGIRL OF THIS SHOW!!!!!!

      Isnt that ship called "Amaven"?

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    • Dioptase wrote:
      On the topic of gem shards, I wonder if Steven could restore a broken gem with his healing spit if he got all the pieces together.  He was able to heal Lapis even when she had a fairly substantial crack, and "Secret Team" confirmed that the shards are at least still alive (if you can call their current condition "life").  On the freakier side, what if he tried to Frankenstein a gem together from random shards...

      FRANKENGEM- coming soon to a theater near you.

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    • Clever joke there yoshimickster

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    • Well, Secret team suggested that Rose was trying to figure out how to fix the gems that had been shattered. Maybe you have to find all the pieces of a specific gem?

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    • I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.

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    • Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.

      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.
      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!

      I'd doubt they'd do that in public, seeming as that's a risk to take. Plus that'd be morbid way more morbid than Frybo

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    • Reneelovesanime wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.
      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!
      I'd doubt they'd do that in public, seeming as that's a risk to take. Plus that'd be morbid way more morbid than Frybo

      Who said the gems would do it? Maybe one of the GDA would take some of Steven's healing spit(when he gets it again) and splash it on a bunch of gems shards making them fuse together into some big crazy deal!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.
      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!

      Or, assuming that each shard corresponds to a specific part of the body, a writhing mass of arms or a ball of faces.  Charming.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Reneelovesanime wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.
      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!
      I'd doubt they'd do that in public, seeming as that's a risk to take. Plus that'd be morbid way more morbid than Frybo
      Who said the gems would do it? Maybe one of the GDA would take some of Steven's healing spit(when he gets it again) and splash it on a bunch of gems shards making them fuse together into some big crazy deal!

      That is, if the GDA ever gets to capture Steven.

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    • Dioptase wrote: Or, assuming that each shard corresponds to a specific part of the body, a writhing mass of arms or a ball of faces.  Charming.

      YEEEEEEEEEEEEEES, SO THIS! That's some 2012 Ninja Turtles or Gravity Falls monstrositizing right there!

      And if the GDA captures Steven, THAT would be an awesome episode! Have him locked in a gem jail, make friends with other prisoners, and then a crazy escape!

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    • Maybe teach the prisoners fusion?  :D

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      Maybe teach the prisoners fusion? :D

      YES, or a million other gem things! Man this hypothetical episode that might not happen sounds awesome!

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    • Actually this sounds similar to what may happen in the season finale "Jailbreak." Except to me it sounds like the gems may get captured and Steven has to set them free.

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    • UniverseandUniverse wrote:
      Actually this sounds similar to what may happen in the season finale "Jailbreak." Except to me it sounds like the gems may get captured and Steven has to set them free.

      Please tell me Pearl becomes leader of the yard, that would be HILARIOUS. I know its probably not gonna be a human style prison, but that'd still be funny.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Fralexion wrote:
      I highly doubt a frankengem would freak out anyone who saw what the gem shards in Frybo did. That set the bar pretty high.
      You say that now, but they could always set it higher! Like it'd have the arm of a mantis, and a slime leg, two tentacles, and a veiny pulsing brain!

      Or, to be relatively mundane, it could just look like a fusion gem, but average sized.

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    • even though the next episode already came out i just realised somthing what if the drills drain the energy from the earth to power the gems? when they enter the kindergarden all the plant life looks dead

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    • That could be it. Pearl acted like the Kindergarden's existence was disastrous. It makes perfect sense for the revolt to have happened because the biosphere of Earth would die if the Kindergarden continued.

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    • Lgb111 wrote:
      even though the next episode already came out i just realised somthing what if the drills drain the energy from the earth to power the gems? when they enter the kindergarden all the plant life looks dead

      ...that is a good point, and would explain why that one twig just straight up disintegrated. I thought the parasitic nature was just on a tectonic level, but if it attacks all aspects of the planet that's a hat on an all ready dangerous hat! STOP THE GREAT DIAMOND AUTHORITY! NO DRAINING WITHOUT REPRESENTING!

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    • Lgb111 wrote:
      even though the next episode already came out i just realised somthing what if the drills drain the energy from the earth to power the gems? when they enter the kindergarden all the plant life looks dead

      That’s possible and a good point since there is that very clear line of “life and death” between the Kindergarten and wherever was outside the kindergarten (I don’t know which town or village Steven and Amethyst traveled to that was close to the kindergarten.). I also think it could be when the topsoil is taken away and without topsoil, plant life can’t exist (think of those rainforests that are being destroyed and not just because the trees are being chopped). I don’t know what it could be, but I am very suspicious of that weird reddish liquid that came out of one of those machines. What is it? Is it organic or not? The only inorganic liquid substance I could think of that exists at room temperature is mercury. Not saying that the liquid is mercury, but it is still possible that the liquid is still inorganic similar to mercury (and like mercury, best to be not touching it).

      One last curious thing, that kindergarten could be centuries old and older, there’s clearly plant life around that place and yet nature can’t seem to overrun it like it would for any other ancient 'civilian area' lost to time.

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    • Mercury's not the only metal that's liquid at room temperature. Granted the others are alloys, and some of them burst into flames when exposed to air, but... the idea is that there are others besides mercury.

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      Mercury's not the only metal that's liquid at room temperature. Granted the others are alloys, and some of them burst into flames when exposed to air, but... the idea is that there are others besides mercury.

      That's what I mean except that I was also trying to say that the reddish liquid stuff could also be some inorganic liquid substance made up by the creators (like kryptonite).

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    • Bloo Gem wrote:
      Lgb111 wrote:
      even though the next episode already came out i just realised somthing what if the drills drain the energy from the earth to power the gems? when they enter the kindergarden all the plant life looks dead

      That’s possible and a good point since there is that very clear line of “life and death” between the Kindergarten and wherever was outside the kindergarten (I don’t know which town or village Steven and Amethyst traveled to that was close to the kindergarten.). I also think it could be when the topsoil is taken away and without topsoil, plant life can’t exist (think of those rainforests that are being destroyed and not just because the trees are being chopped). I don’t know what it could be, but I am very suspicious of that weird reddish liquid that came out of one of those machines. What is it? Is it organic or not? The only inorganic liquid substance I could think of that exists at room temperature is mercury. Not saying that the liquid is mercury, but it is still possible that the liquid is still inorganic similar to mercury (and like mercury, best to be not touching it).

      One last curious thing, that kindergarten could be centuries old and older, there’s clearly plant life around that place and yet nature can’t seem to overrun it like it would for any other ancient 'civilian area' lost to time.

      It could be a mixture of chemicals or even possibly contain organic matter. Our blood for example is red due to the protein hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is red due to the iron found at the center of the complex. Same goes for the blood of most bivalves and crustaceans, their blood is blue due to hemocyanin which contains copper. The element Gallium (metal) liquifies just above room temperature, it readily melts in your hand.

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    • I wonder, I wonder. But remember how Pearl made a big deal about Steven’s “organicness” and how it would make Steven (supposedly, for now, anyway) incapable of fusing with the “full gems?” Could gems be “organic” after all, if not at least organic compatible (so then Steven can be capable of fusing with them), and/or still require organic material to help them reproduce? I can’t wait for the series to eventually reveal this in the future.

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    • My hypothesis involves complex inorganic molecules.... kinda like the Horta in Star Trek.

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    • Marhawkman wrote:
      My hypothesis involves complex inorganic molecules.... kinda like the Horta in Star Trek.

      I agree to an extent, though I do think a large portion of their bodies are energy based theoretically.

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    • The fact that Steven and Amethyst walked to the kindergarten location blew my mind and convinced me that all the gem's missions have been on earth.

      The gems themselves have stated that they can't warp outside of earth. They destroyed the Galaxy warp in order to keep the other gems away.

      The mirror that imprisoned Lapis Lazuli was found on the Galaxy warp area, at least according to Pearl, and Lapis blamed the crystal gems for trapping her in it. The gems acted as if they didn't know what the mirror actually was so I suspect Rose trapped Lapis in it, without telling the others, to keep her from using the Galaxy warp to leave. They then sabotaged the Galaxy warp.

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    • Lapis wasnt angry for them trapping her she was angry that the gems knew she was in the mirror and didnt set her free

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    • Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Lapis wasnt angry for them trapping her she was angry that the gems knew she was in the mirror and didnt set her free

      She was actually quite angry for being trapped in the mirror, broken and in a place she never wanted to be in.

      "My name is Lapis Lazuli and you can't keep me trapped here ANYMORE!"

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    • When Steven and Ameythest ran away, I thought the song was going to be sort of like this one[http:// http://youtu.be/1wZBkMWzbbA  http://youtu.be/1wZBkMWzbbA]  that have a dark and complainative mood.

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    • Luis G Cx wrote:
      When Steven and Ameythest ran away, I thought the song was going to be sort of like this one[http:// http://youtu.be/1wZBkMWzbbA  http://youtu.be/1wZBkMWzbbA]  that have a dark and complainative mood.

      The day Amethyst raps like Shady, is a happy day. And yes, I think Sugar could pull off making a kid friendly dark rap song.

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    • Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Lapis wasnt angry for them trapping her she was angry that the gems knew she was in the mirror and didnt set her free

      It's possible Lapis thought that since one of them trapped her in the mirror, the others knew what had happened. 

      Maybe not all of them knew, but I thought the most likely one was Pearl since she said this: "How could've I known the gem contained in that mirror was that powerful?" If she really didn't know and neither did the others, then it could've been Rose who trapped her.

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    • Chicogrande wrote:
      Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Lapis wasnt angry for them trapping her she was angry that the gems knew she was in the mirror and didnt set her free
      It's possible Lapis thought that since one of them trapped her in the mirror, the others knew what had happened. 

      Maybe not all of them knew, but I thought the most likely one was Pearl since she said this: "How could've I known the gem contained in that mirror was that powerful?" If she really didn't know and neither did the others, then it could've been Rose who trapped her.

      Personally I think a gem that loved her trapped her in it because she would have died since you need a healer gem to heal a broken gem and probally wouldn't found one in time.

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    • Moonrabbit1 wrote:

      Chicogrande wrote:
      Moonrabbit1 wrote:
      Lapis wasnt angry for them trapping her she was angry that the gems knew she was in the mirror and didnt set her free
      It's possible Lapis thought that since one of them trapped her in the mirror, the others knew what had happened. 

      Maybe not all of them knew, but I thought the most likely one was Pearl since she said this: "How could've I known the gem contained in that mirror was that powerful?" If she really didn't know and neither did the others, then it could've been Rose who trapped her.

      Personally I think a gem that loved her trapped her in it because she would have died since you need a healer gem to heal a broken gem and probally wouldn't found one in time.

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    • sorry

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    • Moonrabbit1 wrote: sorry

      It's ok, you didn't know (I think)

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    • ok

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