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  • I've been doing some research and I've seen that when crystals can change colour/design and change back to their original colour/design. Would this apply to Steven Universe too? We do know that Gems can change their form whilst they are poofed, could they colour change too after a large amount of time and/or certain conditions?

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    • The term Off-Coloured in SU doesn't mean "Different coloured", it means "Gems that don't fit Homeworlds ideals". In this case: Yes, Gems can "become" Off-coloured. Rose and the Crystal Gems did so the moment they rebelled.

      But in your definition: I don't know. It's been theorised that Eyeballs colour looks more faded then the other Rubies because she is older. So it is possible.

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    • Most processes that change a gems color are artificial industrial processes, generally to 'fake' a more valuable gem.  For example most Citrine gems are actually manufactured by heat-treatment of purple amethyst (wouldn't that be incedible if it was done to our Amethyst and she turned yellow!!?).

      LL>ALL:  Good to see that someone else understood the meaning of off-color, I expressed a similar sentiment in http://showcase.steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:ImpalerWrG/Off-color_dose_not_mean_Defective

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    • ImpalerWrG wrote: Most processes that change a gems color are artificial industrial processes, generally to 'fake' a more valuable gem.  For example most Citrine gems are actually manufactured by heat-treatment of purple amethyst (wouldn't that be incedible if it was done to our Amethyst and she turned yellow!!?).

      LL>ALL:  Good to see that someone else understood the meaning of off-color, I expressed a similar sentiment in http://showcase.steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:ImpalerWrG/Off-color_dose_not_mean_Defective

      I remember that. I even replied to it.

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