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  • Okay, I'm probably crazy, but...

    Isn't Bismuth the one who poofs Lazuli? Or at least A Bismuth. 

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    • Definitely looks like (a) Bismuth...

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    • Dadik2580 wrote:
      Definitely looks like (a) Bismuth...

      Yeah a Bismuth who has her gem in the exact same place as our Bismuth.  And I suppose you're going to say that Lapis in Blue Diamonds court in The Answer who had her Gem in the exact same place as our Lapis wasn't our Lapis.

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    • I don't know why everyone is saying our bismuth is the one the trapped lapis, yes it's a possibility but we can't forget that there is probably more than one bismuth like how there is more than one pearl.

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    • Fury+Patience=Conversation wrote:
      I don't know why everyone is saying our bismuth is the one the trapped lapis, yes it's a possibility but we can't forget that there is probably more than one bismuth like how there is more than one pearl.

      We're not saying that she trapped her we're saying she poofed her.

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    • guys please remeber that no spoilers should be talked about, posted, or mentioned

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    • Kcbeebe wrote:
      guys please remeber that no spoilers should be talked about, posted, or mentioned

      It's not a spoiler, 1. We're theorising 2. The episode we're talking about is today and 3. There have been three different promotional materials for this episode so I highly doubt any one has missed it.

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    • ok i am just making sure ;)

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    • People should really stop adding "spoiler" to threads about Bismuth. She's on T.V. promos now, and by no means a secret.

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    • yes please change the name thank you.

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    • How's it Bismuth when the gem that poofed Lapis has three quarters of a square and Bismuth has a full square. Plus Bismuth has an apron unlike the gem which seems to..er..not have an apron.

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    • City49 wrote:
      How's it Bismuth when the gem that poofed Lapis has three quarters of a square and Bismuth has a full square. Plus Bismuth has an apron unlike the gem which seems to..er..not have an apron.

      First of all it's a stylised flash back so of course it's not going to look exact, second her gem has a little square in the corner EXACTLY where that ones is and thirdly look at the other gems in the past.  They look JUST like they do now don't they?

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    • I knew something was going to happen to Bismuth, because she's voiced by a famous person, so she's probably never going to appear again.

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    • Oh yay I liked the weapon Bismuth used but maybe they should've used it to kill the diamonds, becuase killing over gems, thats harsh.

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    • If Rose didn't want to shatter other Gems, does that mean she did not shatter, say, Pink Diamond?

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    • What

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    • Wasn't there a theory somewhere that Rose somewhow destroyed Pink Diamond? If she did not want to use lethal force, then it is not likely that she destroyed Pink Diamond, right?

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    • Now, I think it's pretty clear the Bismuth from Same old world was the one we now know. The Bismuth from lapis's flashback is seen hiting her right at the emplacement of her gem, she probably intended to shatter Lapis ....

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    • Personally, I think evidence points to this Bismuth being the one that poofed Lapis. While yes, there are other Bismuths out there but if ya try and think about it and line up their timelines along with the information we already know, it makes sense.

      This Crystal Gem Bismuth had vast knowledge on the Crystal Gems and their members at the time so its not surprising she would attack a Gem found in the war that she could not recognize as her ally, even more-so evident given the bit of aggression we've seen from this episode. Due to Lapis' story one can deduce that she arrived early in the war or before it started and then got caught up in it.

      While it does sound sensible that a Homeworld Soldier would attack her based on her line "I was picked up by a homeworld soldier and confused for a Crystal Gem", if you think about it, Homeworld strongly enforced their Caste System, Bismuth's aren't soldiers and Lapis should at least be aware of that. She was poofed by a Crystal Gem, left there and found by a Homeworld Soldier who confused her for a Crystal Gem It fits more of the Crystal Gem M.O. to just poof a gem and leave them there as they supposedly weren't just running around shattering Gems.

      Homeworld was known for shattering in the war..and this was before Bismuth perfected or maybe even started making her Breaking Point weapon, so its abit of a stretch to assume if it was the same Bismuth then she would have been shattered without a doubt. Homeworld sent Lapis there before/or early in the war to visit for a short time, she was not supposed to be there for the war. Homeworld most likely used primarily soldier type Gems that would be the most useful in the war, gems within their caste "made to fight". This along with said caste system suggest that Lapis Lazulis aren't used to fighting directly on the battlefield considering she was sent to visit beforehand, and thus when they found her they probably assumed she was a crystal gem due to the fact she's a non-fighting Gem or just flat out not a soldier on the battlefield, it was strange and therefore must have brashly deduced she's of the enemy forces. It fits with the M.O. the CG already has.. Gems rebelling out of the caste system they should be fitting into, a group of anomalies, abnormal gems ensuing in tasks that dont correlate to what they're made for.

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    • Bladedshard wrote: Personally, I think evidence points to this Bismuth being the one that poofed Lapis. While yes, there are other Bismuths out there but if ya try and think about it and line up their timelines along with the information we already know, it makes sense.

      This Crystal Gem Bismuth had vast knowledge on the Crystal Gems and their members at the time so its not surprising she would attack a Gem found in the war that she could not recognize as her ally, even more-so evident given the bit of aggression we've seen from this episode. Due to Lapis' story one can deduce that she arrived early in the war or before it started and then got caught up in it.

      While it does sound sensible that a Homeworld Soldier would attack her based on her line "I was picked up by a homeworld soldier and confused for a Crystal Gem", if you think about it, Homeworld strongly enforced their Caste System, Bismuth's aren't soldiers and Lapis should at least be aware of that. She was poofed by a Crystal Gem, left there and found by a Homeworld Soldier who confused her for a Crystal Gem It fits more of the Crystal Gem M.O. to just poof a gem and leave them there as they supposedly weren't just running around shattering Gems.

      Homeworld was known for shattering in the war..and this was before Bismuth perfected or maybe even started making her Breaking Point weapon, so its abit of a stretch to assume if it was the same Bismuth then she would have been shattered without a doubt. Homeworld sent Lapis there before/or early in the war to visit for a short time, she was not supposed to be there for the war. Homeworld most likely used primarily soldier type Gems that would be the most useful in the war, gems within their caste "made to fight". This along with said caste system suggest that Lapis Lazulis aren't used to fighting directly on the battlefield considering she was sent to visit beforehand, and thus when they found her they probably assumed she was a crystal gem due to the fact she's a non-fighting Gem or just flat out not a soldier on the battlefield, it was strange and therefore must have brashly deduced she's of the enemy forces. It fits with the M.O. the CG already has.. Gems rebelling out of the caste system they should be fitting into, a group of anomalies, abnormal gems ensuing in tasks that dont correlate to what they're made for.

      Best evidence ive heard about this topic. You're a smart one :D

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    • Fury+Patience=Conversation wrote:

      Bladedshard wrote: Personally, I think evidence points to this Bismuth being the one that poofed Lapis. While yes, there are other Bismuths out there but if ya try and think about it and line up their timelines along with the information we already know, it makes sense.

      This Crystal Gem Bismuth had vast knowledge on the Crystal Gems and their members at the time so its not surprising she would attack a Gem found in the war that she could not recognize as her ally, even more-so evident given the bit of aggression we've seen from this episode. Due to Lapis' story one can deduce that she arrived early in the war or before it started and then got caught up in it.

      While it does sound sensible that a Homeworld Soldier would attack her based on her line "I was picked up by a homeworld soldier and confused for a Crystal Gem", if you think about it, Homeworld strongly enforced their Caste System, Bismuth's aren't soldiers and Lapis should at least be aware of that. She was poofed by a Crystal Gem, left there and found by a Homeworld Soldier who confused her for a Crystal Gem It fits more of the Crystal Gem M.O. to just poof a gem and leave them there as they supposedly weren't just running around shattering Gems.

      Homeworld was known for shattering in the war..and this was before Bismuth perfected or maybe even started making her Breaking Point weapon, so its abit of a stretch to assume if it was the same Bismuth then she would have been shattered without a doubt. Homeworld sent Lapis there before/or early in the war to visit for a short time, she was not supposed to be there for the war. Homeworld most likely used primarily soldier type Gems that would be the most useful in the war, gems within their caste "made to fight". This along with said caste system suggest that Lapis Lazulis aren't used to fighting directly on the battlefield considering she was sent to visit beforehand, and thus when they found her they probably assumed she was a crystal gem due to the fact she's a non-fighting Gem or just flat out not a soldier on the battlefield, it was strange and therefore must have brashly deduced she's of the enemy forces. It fits with the M.O. the CG already has.. Gems rebelling out of the caste system they should be fitting into, a group of anomalies, abnormal gems ensuing in tasks that dont correlate to what they're made for.

      Best evidence ive heard about this topic. You're a smart one :D

      Why thank you ;D

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    • So was Lapis a member of the nobility? Bismuth went out of her way to attack her and she does hold a grudge against the "Homeworld uppercrusts."

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