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    Because I remind my friends that Steven Universe is a kid show just saying 

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    • It kinda looks like she was just a bit scratched up rather than bleeding imo.

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    • There is a larger question: why do alien inorganic space rocks project humanoid female forms to the degree that even organic reactions to physical and emotional stimuli are simulated? Why simulate the scratches and tears in the image above, or in other instances where we see bruising, blushing, heavy breathing and shaky limbs from exertion, etc?

      I know from a story-writing perspective it is to make the gems relatable to the audience, but I hope there is an in-show explanation at some point as well.

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    • Whoever made the first Gems must've wanted a way to know how each one was doing mentally. Your creations won't work correctly if they are going through some kind of turmoil.

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    • My idea is that the inhabitants of Homeworld were originally organic humanoids themselves. In an attempt to prolong their lives they created the Gems and transfered their conciousness's to them. In order to make the transition less jaring the Gems retained as much of an organic experience of life as possible, including the experience of physical and mental stress and pain. 

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    • Oldasdirt wrote:
      There is a larger question: why do alien inorganic space rocks project humanoid female forms to the degree that even organic reactions to physical and emotional stimuli are simulated? Why simulate the scratches and tears in the image above, or in other instances where we see bruising, blushing, heavy breathing and shaky limbs from exertion, etc?

      I know from a story-writing perspective it is to make the gems relatable to the audience, but I hope there is an in-show explanation at some point as well.

      I agree with you oldasdirt  because whole physical simulated makes no sense at all because the gem forms are not organic in nature

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    • Ronaldo Smith wrote:
      My idea is that the inhabitants of Homeworld were originally organic humanoids themselves. In an attempt to prolong their lives they created the Gems and transfered their conciousness's to them. In order to make the transition less jaring the Gems retained as much of an organic experience of life as possible, including the experience of physical and mental stress and pain. 

      I've thought of white being the first gem made by organics, then she made the other diamonds, and they collectively made the other gems before battling the organics.

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