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  • She's suspicious

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    • neither do I, why would Rose had bubbled her ans put her in lion's mane ? 

      sorry for my poor english 

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    • We know that Rose intended for Steven to discover the contents of Lion's mane.  We don't yet know why Rose bubbled Bismuth but we have to infer that Rose intended for Steven to find Bismuth and do something for her that Rose could not.  I don't think she would have done that if she thought Bismuth would do Steven or the other gems any harm.

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    • Hmm, maybe Rose thought she was corrupted and poofed thus bubbling her and put her in Lion's mane so Steven could heal her?

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    • I think there is a good reason why Bismuth was bubbled. Maybe she has some dark secret?

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    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daGhUc2K_zs



      i sorta support this theory

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    • I think that Bismuth has a "dark" side, First special 22 min episode will not be only about meet with old gem, maybe she was homeworld spy and her mission was infiltrate gems

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    • I feel there's a reason she was bubbled in lions mane

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    • Yeah knowing the crewniverse there gonna do something big with her

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    • I just think it was protection but IDK.

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    • I agree. It's always a great plot arc- the "good guy" who goes to the dark side. Kinda like an anti-peridot.

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    • It's just... she seems nice but i guess we have to just wait.

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    • i dont think she is suspicious she is obviously a good guy and a good crystal gem

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    • Eli8893 wrote:
      i dont think she is suspicious she is obviously a good guy and a good crystal gem

      But why was she bubbled?

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    • Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Eli8893 wrote:
      i dont think she is suspicious she is obviously a good guy and a good crystal gem
      But why was she bubbled?

      Man haven't been here in a while but here we go. Maybe during the War she was poofed by a HW Gem and Rose bubbled her to protect her. It can't be for any sinister reason because Mama Rose wouldnt leave Bismuth bubbled in Lion where she knew he would eventually find the tape she recorded for him.

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    • ThePhilosophunculist wrote:
      Steven Bomb 17 wrote:
      Eli8893 wrote:
      i dont think she is suspicious she is obviously a good guy and a good crystal gem
      But why was she bubbled?
      Man haven't been here in a while but here we go.

      Maybe during the War she was poofed by a HW Gem and Rose bubbled her to protect her. It can't be for any sinister reason because Mama Rose wouldnt leave Bismuth bubbled in Lion where she knew he would eventually find the tape she recorded for him.

      Ok that's all I ask, and that is possible

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    • Everyone I love that you're all putting such good theories on here keep it up!

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    • I don't know yet, but she may be the gem that punched Lapis in the flashback in Same Old World. But as my sister would say, let's wait and see!

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    • I think rose bubbled her for a simple reason. We know from "monster reunion" that some kind of weapon corrupted all unprotected gems (like centipeedle) I think rose was only able to fit herself, garnet, and pearl behind her shield, so she bubbled bismuth and put her inside lion. Why she left her there, is still a complete mystery. We know that rose went back inside lion at dome point to put stuff there, but left bismuth for Steven to find.

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    • If the corruption of gems was from a weapon does that mean IRS possible to uncoruptthem with a weapon designed to reverse the effects of the weapon that corrupted them.

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    • As we heard it was more song, but the question is: if corrupted gems will hear song again it will be uncorrupted or it have to be other way

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    • We know that if corrupted gems begin to think about their corruption (from the light) they become more corrupted so they have to forget about it???????? Idk or maybe the song has to be played in reverse?????

      It also had a song. That makes me think of sirens and how they control people with their singing. The song and light made Centipeetle and bee crew corrupted. That makes me wonder if the Diamonds have siren powers or something. But why would Diamonds have powers if all they do is tell the lower gems what to do.

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    • Oops i meant to say her crew not bee crew

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    • Peppa you're right it does sound like sirens hmm that makes me think what if the diamonds have full control over gems that are loyal to them and the only way to free them is to reveal there true personalities....

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    • I have a theory.

      I think Rose bubbled her because she was reckless and was a danger to other gems and Crystal Gems.

      I think that she was the one who punched Lapis in Same Old World.

      She had just assumed Lapis was a Homeworld soldier, even though she wasn't. Perhaps Rose saw this as dangerous and decided to keep her bubbled for soem time, but left her in Lion for Steven to find. Maybe she thought that Steven might be the one to show her to trust other gems, like Lapis and Peridot.

      Just a guess. I've only seen her so far in commercials, so I don't know anything about her.

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    • Rose had no idea what would happen when Steven would come . So I feel there's something big going on with Bismuth. I'm thinking she switched sides during the war as the lapis said she was mistaken for a crystal gem but was punched by what appeared to be bismuth . then she turned her into home world as a sign of loyalty not knowing she wasn't in the war. Rose was the only one to know about bismuth but since she cared about her she bubbled her and put her away in lion so the other CG's wouldn't find out . When she comes out and realizes that home world lost/left she decides not to fight and since she still cared about them she decides to stay.

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    • Ok guys, in the little snippets shown to give you a taste of the new episodes, it's shown Amethyst is staying back when Bismuth is joking with Garnet, and Pearl, then later on Amethyst is Purple Puma, and slinging Bismuth, but she has a smile on her face, so this might be a little faulty, but what I'm trying to say is, Amethyst MIGHT know something about Bismuth that could mean life, or death, excuse me, shatter. Be gentle, this is my first theory.

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    • There's definitely something about Bismuth what is not right.

      If it was just to protect her from the war and the corruption song Rose would have released Bismuth when the war was over. But Rose continue her life during centuries with Garnet, Pearl and then Amethyst so either Rose forgot about Bismuth, either Rose didn't want Bismuth to be released from the bubble during all those years for a reason...

      But why was she bubbled in the first place ? And why Rose put Bismuth in Lion's mane ? I think that Lion is part of Steven's gem and that's inside his mane is in fact the inside of Steven's gem where Rose store all sort of things... But even in this case it doesn't make much more sense... Rose hoped that Steven could enter the place where she store all this stuff, so she hoped Steven would find Bismuth... Even if it's the inside of her gems, why wouldn't she have hidden Bismuth in a secret place on Earth rather than a place she hoped Steven will find ? o_O

      What Bismuth have done must have been pretty bad for Rose to banish her for so long... But at the same time... Something not so bad for Rose to leave her to Steven and believing he could do something fo Bismuth to cancel this problem...

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    • You know Rose, her plans are confusing

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    • Wow you guys are pro therosists I could never think of that

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    • ZelProd wrote:
      There's definitely something about Bismuth what is not right.

      If it was just to protect her from the war and the corruption song Rose would have released Bismuth when the war was over. But Rose continue her life during centuries with Garnet, Pearl and then Amethyst so either Rose forgot about Bismuth, either Rose didn't want Bismuth to be released from the bubble during all those years for a reason...

      But why was she bubbled in the first place ? And why Rose put Bismuth in Lion's mane ? I think that Lion is part of Steven's gem and that's inside his mane is in fact the inside of Steven's gem where Rose store all sort of things... But even in this case it doesn't make much more sense... Rose hoped that Steven could enter the place where she store all this stuff, so she hoped Steven would find Bismuth... Even if it's the inside of her gems, why wouldn't she have hidden Bismuth in a secret place on Earth rather than a place she hoped Steven will find ? o_O

      What Bismuth have done must have been pretty bad for Rose to banish her for so long... But at the same time... Something not so bad for Rose to leave her to Steven and believing he could do something fo Bismuth to cancel this problem...

      There's no real way to tell when Rose bubbled and put Bismuth in Lion's mane.
      Could've happened at some point where she was unable to go back and check on Bismuth's status.

      There's no way Bismuth can be at all bad cause I just can't see Rose leaving something/someone dangerous in a place where her future child could easily find, unbubble, and then come into contact with.

      We can't say for sure but it's a pretty good chance that Bismuth is gonna be a good guy. There's really nothing we can go off of to say she did anything wrong.

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    • Let's all just stop thinking so darkly since it's part of human nature to percieve everything as bad

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    • Towa12345 wrote:
      Let's all just stop thinking so darkly since it's part of human nature to percieve everything as bad

      Wait, it's part of human nature to percieve everything as bad, but you want us to stop, and it's just a theory, a Steven Universe Theory!

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    • ...Um...everyone I betcha Bismuth will be good in the end!

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    • No it won't. And it will be just like fusion: one and gone. There already are full episode versions on Youtube lol
      
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    • Sarto529 wrote:
      Test, will modify later

      Eh you got it close enough

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    • Lol just modified

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    • she's good

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    • Nikitas10 wrote: Bravo! All of your that saidyou can't trust Bismuth were correct !

      I knew it

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    • bismuth is not good what a ahhhhh i love her but know she is bad i want to cry

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    • Eli8893 wrote:
      bismuth is not good what a ahhhhh i love her but know she is bad i want to cry


      Its not that she's not good, she just has a deep hatred for the Homeworld and has very controversial methods for dealing with them. I'm VERY sad that it turned out this way cause I loved Bismuth!

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      Accidentally linked a leak
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    • Clearly, considering that link is a Leak and not allowed on the wiki. 

      If it truely is an innocent mistake then I recommend removing it from your post.

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    • MiniDaggers wrote:
      Clearly, considering that link is a Leak and not allowed on the wiki. 

      If it truely is an innocent mistake then I recommend removing it from your post.

      Ah, okay. Sorry about that.

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    • No problem.

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    • There's something off about her yeah, soo glad we have 20 more minutes with her to figure out what that something is >:D

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    • I dont like her

      Shes rude

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    • I feel like she is closer to insane than rude.

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    • Yeah

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    • I knew there was a catch to why she was bubbled.

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    • Cause She Would have shattered every HW gem with the Breaking Point.  It wouldn't be a fair war.

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    • A fair war?

      Colbert Laugh
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    • There is no such thing as a fair war. It could have been worse. Bismuth, despite her intentions, would have brought on something much worse. Had she used the Breaking Point, she could have done serious damage. I think she would have caused the Crystal Gems to split into two factions which might have led them to lose against Homeworld.

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    • I think when Bismuth presented the Breaking Point to Rose, Rose thought:

      -If she/Bismuth were to use it they might get carried away, so much that they might get themselves killed

      -It was completely merciless to go on a killing spree

      -Shattering so many gems would just make them as bad as Homeworld

      -Bismuth might make more weapons like the Breaking Point and give them to the wrong gems

      -Even without the Diamonds, many gems would not appreciate the freedom Earth gave them; they would still follow the purpose they were made for

      So Rose obviously refused to use the weapon in any way. It probably infuriated Bismuth that she possibly valued Homeworld Gems' lives as much as the Crystal Gems' lives. Bismuth may have attempted to attack her due to the fact Rose was in the way of freeing so many gems, forcing Rose to poof Bismuth and hide her gem in Lion's mane so no one would find her. If anyone did, Bismuth might just continue her work to destroy the Diamonds and many other Homeworld gems. I'm not saying Rose is completely good and Bismuth is completely bad, they both just had different ideas of what winning a war meant. 

      After all, Rose DID put Bismuth in a bubble for all those years, not even bothering to tell anyone she was still alive. Though she had a reason, I would be mad about that if I was Bismuth.

      Bismuth DID help a lot of her teammates by helping them upgrade their weapons and make them new ones. 


      (sorry that was so long ;-; please dont be too harsh i spent a lot of time on this while tired oops)

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    • Bismuth is more of an Anti-Hero. calling her a villain is too harsh. 

      I think she represents the minority of the fandom who justs wants the villains to be shattered.


      also bismuth needs to be released again to help make weapons for them if ever homeworld decides to invade and whip out it's advanced technology.

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    • Towa12345 wrote:
      Bismuth is more of an Anti-Hero. calling her a villain is too harsh. 

      I think she represents the minority of the fandom who justs wants the villains to be shattered.


      also bismuth needs to be released again to help make weapons for them if ever homeworld decides to invade and whip out it's advanced technology.

      "Fandom is just a cheap tactic to make ships stronger"

      -Everything's changing tumblr

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    • Do you guys remember when Lapis told her backstory to Steven? Do you guys think Bismuth poofed Lapis? :O

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    • I knew Bismuth would be bad news. You see it the moment she's unbubbled. Firstly,the guitar, in all of cartoon history Electric Guitars are the ultimate sign of bad things happening, if it plays for only a specific person it usually means one of two things. That person is rebellious or are uncontrollable and does whatever they want. Secondly,when she was unbubbled like Peridot she was reacting to the last thing she was doing before being poofed, she was fighting someone and considering where she was unbubbled,it turned out to be Rose Quartz. The others didn't know about it, Rose keeps a lot of secrets after all. Plus if word got around that their might be traitors in the Crystal Gems during the war the other Gems might have become demoralized and gave up. Rose had to keep Bismuth secret for the good of everyone.


      Electric guitar and her reaction when unbubbled,I knew she was bad. I know she's not the villian,but anti-hero is a good word for it. I didnt see the promo for the episode and I think its good, they advertized it as if she was a new member of the team,while she wasnt at all

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    • MiniDaggers wrote:
      A fair war?
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      ............... I mean like, an unfair war is like every weapon in the world against no weapons....It would have turned into that. - an unfair war is also like those CLAW GAMES AT ARCADES-

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    • "All is fair in love and war"

      Besides, Homeworld had the massive number advantage and the weaponry was presumably equal or in Homeworld favor.

      The Breaking Point would've evened the odds.

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    • MiniDaggers wrote: "All is fair in love and war"

      Besides, Homeworld had the massive number advantage and the weaponry was presumably equal or in Homeworld favor.

      The Breaking Point would've evened the odds.

      But would've happened if Homeworld got their hands on the Breaking Point? Or god forbid was used to assassinate Rose or others once they won the war?

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    • The only fair war is a war that doesn't take place. Once a war starts the only thing that matters is ending it as quickly as possible, with the minimum destruction possible. Bismuth's weapon might have helped end the war faster (though I doubt it). Using it would have definitely increased the level of violence and destruction. Homeworld would certainly have retaliated with something just as bad, if not worse. In fact that is just what they did, using the Corruption weapon.

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    • Not much probably. Gems were being shattered anyway and Rose was still a competent and incredible quick fighter who could poof any gem with ease.

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    • Sinjoh wrote:

      MiniDaggers wrote: "All is fair in love and war"

      Besides, Homeworld had the massive number advantage and the weaponry was presumably equal or in Homeworld favor.

      The Breaking Point would've evened the odds.

      But would've happened if Homeworld got their hands on the Breaking Point? Or god forbid was used to assassinate Rose or others once they won the war?

      People keep saying the breaking point is too powerful (it is and it certainly wouldve been back in the original war) but compared to the NOW homeworld doesnt it seem a bit too...primitive?

      in close combat sure, the breaking point would instantly stomp but ranged?

      Since homeworld sent a giant laser hand to earth, wouldnt you think the ranged weaponry (possibly giant laser cannons) would be too much to actually get close enough use that thing?

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    • Back then it wouldn't be overpowered either, it is a highly ineffective weapon despite its power.

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    • MiniDaggers wrote:
      Back then it wouldn't be overpowered either, it is a highly ineffective weapon despite its power.

      eh,it wouldnt be underpowered either
      well, if it were spread throughout the army, the kill count would definitely increase a signifigant amount, But mostly toward close combat encounters

      in lapis's flashback there were lots of jaspers charging on the battlefield so there would definitely be a large shift in kills between the rebellion and homeworld.

      but if someone uses it against "now" homeworld THEN it would be downright useless.

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    • SteelRunner15 wrote:
      MiniDaggers wrote:
      Back then it wouldn't be overpowered either, it is a highly ineffective weapon despite its power.
      eh,it wouldnt be underpowered either
      well, if it were spread throughout the army, the kill count would definitely increase a signifigant amount, But mostly toward close combat encounters

      in lapis's flashback there were lots of jaspers charging on the battlefield so there would definitely be a large shift in kills between the rebellion and homeworld.

      but if someone uses it against "now" homeworld THEN it would be downright useless.

      If it had been used 'then', all it would have resulted in would have been Homeworld using the Corruption ray sooner.

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    • Ronaldo Smith wrote:
      SteelRunner15 wrote:
      MiniDaggers wrote:
      Back then it wouldn't be overpowered either, it is a highly ineffective weapon despite its power.
      eh,it wouldnt be underpowered either
      well, if it were spread throughout the army, the kill count would definitely increase a signifigant amount, But mostly toward close combat encounters

      in lapis's flashback there were lots of jaspers charging on the battlefield so there would definitely be a large shift in kills between the rebellion and homeworld.

      but if someone uses it against "now" homeworld THEN it would be downright useless.

      If it had been used 'then', all it would have resulted in would have been Homeworld using the Corruption ray sooner.


      So your saying it basically speeds up the war?

      thats a plus,if not meh,bro.

      pretty sure we were just talking about whether or not it would actually be useless in a fight tho.

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    • why don't you trust Bismuth

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    • I personally dont like her,

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    • Bismuth ended up being kind of a butthole.

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    • Andrias'sMalachite wrote:
      neither do I, why would Rose had bubbled her ans put her in lion's mane ? 

      sorry for my poor english 


      Well at least she's cute, well I think she is. One of the reasons why I like Bismuth is because she's kind of a psycho. I'm not sure why that is.

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    • I don't like her cuz she tried to kill steven

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    • Yeah

      SHes in one word to me

      " Unstable"

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    • Hiddenitethecrystal wrote:
      I don't like her cuz she tried to kill steven

      Yea, good example, remember Steven said every new gem tries to kill him? Peridot and Lapis? We should hate them too, right?

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    • Cheetah-shooter wrote:
      Hiddenitethecrystal wrote:
      I don't like her cuz she tried to kill steven
      Yea, good example, remember Steven said every new gem tries to kill him? Peridot and Lapis? We should hate them too, right?

      Lapis didn't, really try to kill him, but she has her reasons about not liking Bismuth for things that Lapis and Peri did.

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    • That is what a half villan does, they try to kill the main character.

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    • Agate36 wrote:
      Cheetah-shooter wrote:
      Hiddenitethecrystal wrote:
      I don't like her cuz she tried to kill steven
      Yea, good example, remember Steven said every new gem tries to kill him? Peridot and Lapis? We should hate them too, right?
      Lapis didn't, really try to kill him, but she has her reasons about not liking Bismuth for things that Lapis and Peri did.

      So Bismuth didn't have a reason too? The show even showed Rose isn't perfect, not even Steven. Do you even know Bismuth is right too? If they win the war, they can free everyone under the diamonds control, Rose bubbled her because she would split the CGs at that time, she didn't told Garnet and Peartl, she lied to them, not even after the war is over. You can see when Bismuth mention other CGs, and every one else is gone, she blame Rose not giving the army higher chance to win, because there will be less crystal gems "died" in the war.

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    • Bismuth's logic is flawed. Wanting to free all gems from Homeworld's tyranny implies she views them as prisoners. If so, how can she justify killing them? Answer: she's a nutjob uninterested in understanding why she's wrong, and she'd rather blame the terribleness of her plan on others. Killing Rose would have left Bismuth, Garnet, and Pearl vulnerable to corruption. Killing homeworkd forces would have likely prevented any of them from ever revealing the Cluster. Remember, it was Steven's choice to free Peridot that ultimately saved every one. Would Bismuth have given an enemy that kind of chance? She'd have lost the war and the planet if Rose hadn't put her down. Her only mistake was lying about it, which could have easily gotten her son killed.

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    • If Bismuth's plan ever took place, the homeworld would have blown up Earth out of desperation

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    • Ok so sense all the bismuth lovers are hating on me I don't hate her she's just not my favorite gem my favorite is smoky Quartz now XD

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    • I think we can all agree that Smokey Quartz is better than Bismuth, if for no other reason than because Smokey has tried to murder one less child than Bismuth.

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    • Lol

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    • Well Bismuth can be very gentle at times.

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    • I suppose but she tried to kill the Steven

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    • I see Bismuth as like the Malcolm X of the rebellion. She has good intentions but at times she can be way too reckless to be safe on the team. However, I feel like Steven might be able to help Bismuth understand the importance of staying away from extremes since we all know Bismuth is coming back eventually. I like Bismuth though, her radical personality is a great addition to the storyline and I'm hoping to see her more! I also really want to see the confrontation between Bismuth and Peridot/Lapis.

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    • Ya same LLPD

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    • I don't care if Bismuth tried to kill Steven, I still like her!

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    • Antoinette777 wrote:
      I don't care if Bismuth tried to kill Steven, I still like her!


      so do you think they will bring her back? :)

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    • Maybe, I'm pretty sure Bismuth is sorry for trying to hurt him and might even apologize to him.

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    • Antoinette777 wrote: Maybe, I'm pretty sure Bismuth is sorry for trying to hurt him and might even apologize to him.

      See this is what I mean the bismuth lovers are brutal!
      
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    • You know who I don't trust?

      Rebecca Sugar!!

      She is constantly trying to trick us and decieve us.

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    • illuminati music plays in the background :
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    • Ronaldo Smith wrote: You know who I don't trust?

      Rebecca Sugar!!

      She is constantly trying to trick us and decieve us.

      I still remember when this was just a sweet, slice-of-life show with a little bit of magic and light-hearted adventure about a kid and his unconventional-but-still-loving family. And now we've got trusted mentor figures tryin' to murder Steven 'cause he won't get behind all the killin' and it's like remember when the most dramatic moment in the show was Amethyst wrestling Garnet in Tiger Millionaire?

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    • Nope...no too many comments I can't Read all!!! But, to the theory: YOU ARE ALL CRAZY ILLUMINATI HAS TAKEN YOU THEY WILL EAT YOU, Bismuth is a good guy..err..gal and Rose bubbled her because of the breaking point, she(Rose) didn't want anyone to know about it and she didn't left she(Bismuth)'s gem inside lion for Steven to find: she put it there because that WAS the safest and MOST SECRET place; EVEN PEARL DIDN'T KNEW (and she loved Rose)

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    • All she was doing was trying to minimalize casualities on her side with the Breaking Point weapon, like any good weapons engineer.

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    • Asmado wrote: All she was doing was trying to minimalize casualities on her side with the Breaking Point weapon, like any good weapons engineer.

      That's not why she wound up in the bubble.

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