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SaltyPearl7152

aka Lilac-Bloom,TheShinyLilligant,MemeQueen

  • I live in THE TRASH
  • My occupation is WASTING TIME
  • I am STUPID

Dakota Madison Luttrell is a human/gem hybrid and is a member of the Crystal Gems. She and her twin sister, Emilia, were born from the fusion Vivianite (the fusion of Burgundy Sapphire and Emerald) at the end of Change Your Mind.


Abilities

Fusions

Known Fusions

  • When fused with Emilia Luttrell, they form Dakilia.
  • When fused with Erina Tanaka, they form Daerina.
  • When fused with Claire Sol, they form Daklaire.
  • When fused with Rose Water Opal, they form Abalone.
  • When fused with Tiger's Eye (or Pyromorphite and Rose Gold), they form Morganite.
  • When fused with Lemon Jade (or Cat's Eye Jade and Imperial Jade), they form Labradorite.
  • When fused with Arial Luttrell, they form Arikota.
  • When fused with Chrome Diopside, they form Altaite.
  • When fused with Coronadite (or Margaritasite and Celestine), they form Blue Lace Quartz.
  • When fused with Scapolite (or Chrome Diopside and Coral), they form Rose Alabaster.
  • When fused with Coral, they form Rossmanite.
  • When fused with Danburite (or Lavender Sapphire, Lavender Pearl, and Adularia), they form a larger Danburite.
  • When fused with Celestine, they form Chalcomenite.
  • When fused with Thorite, they form Rhodolite.
  • When fused with Margaritasite, they form Strengite.
  • When fused with Moonstone, they form Amazonite.
  • When fused with Lithium, they form Dioptase.
  • When fused with Danny Sol, they form Danota.
  • When fused with Vladimirite, they form Pietersite.
  • When fused with Scapolite (or Chrome Diopside and Coral), Thorite, Moonstone, Lodolite (or Rose Water Opal and Lithium), Coronadite (or Margaritasite and Celestine), Vladimirite, Emilia Luttrell, Claire Sol, and Danny Sol, they form Midnight Lace Obsidian.
  • When fused with Mint Beryl, they form Andara Glass.
  • When fused with Sweet Josephine Diamond, they form Hortensia Diamond.

Possible Fusions

  • When fused with a White Diamond, they form a Rose Gold.
  • When fused with a Yellow Diamond, they form an Orpheus Agate.
  • When fused with a Blue Diamond, they form a Lapis Judaicus.
  • When fused with a Black Diamond, they form an Opalized Bone.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond, they form a Druzy Quartz.
  • When fused with a Lilac Diamond, they form a Disthene.
  • When fused with the Sweet Josephine Diamond, they form the Hortensia Diamond.
  • When fused with a Bort, they form a Jordanite.
  • When fused with a Periwinkle Diamond, they form a Maya Jade.
  • When fused with any type of Sapphire, they form another type of Sapphire.
    • When fused with a White Sapphire, they form a Mauve Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Pink Sapphire, they form a Cranberry Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Rose Sapphire, they form a Padmaraga.
    • When fused with a Burgundy Sapphire, they form a larger Burgundy Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Padparadscha, they form a Rose Sapphire.
    • When fused with an Orange Sapphire, they form a Mekong Whiskey Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Brown Sapphire, they form a Smoky Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Yellow Sapphire, they form a Sunset Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Green Sapphire, they form a Watermelon Sapphire.
    • When fused with an Aqua Sapphire, they form a Winza Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Blue Sapphire, they form a Plum Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Blue Trapiche Sapphire, they form a Winza Purple Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Lavender Sapphire, they form a Lilac Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Purple Sapphire, they form an Eggplant Sapphire.
    • When fused with an Orchid Sapphire, they form a Magenta Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Black Sapphire, they form a Crimson Sapphire.
    • When fused with a Blue Trapiche Sapphire and a Trillion Sapphire, they form a Prune Sapphire.
    • When fused with a White Sapphire, a Rose Sapphire, a Padparadscha, a Blue Trapiche Sapphire, a Blue Star Sapphire, a Purple Sapphire, a Winza Sapphire, and an Orchid Sapphire, they form a Cornflower Sapphire.
    • When fused with a White Sapphire, a Rose Sapphire, a Padparadscha, a Blue Sapphire, a Blue Trapiche Sapphire, a Blue Star Sapphire, a Purple Sapphire, a Winza Sapphire, and an Orchid Sapphire, they form a Yogo Sapphire.
  • When fused with an Emerald, they form a Vivianite.
  • When fused with an Aquamarine, they form a Chudobaite.
  • When fused with a Lapis, they form an Azurite.
  • When fused with a Mali Garnet, they form an Atelestite.
  • When fused with a Masasi Garnet, they form a Smoky Garnet.
  • When fused with a White Garnet, they form a Nosean.
  • When fused with a Topaz, they form a Zeilanite.
  • When fused with a Peridot, they form a Euclase.
  • When fused with an Amethyst, they form an Iolite.
  • When fused with a Jasper, they form an Aventurine.
  • When fused with a Prasiolite, they form a Blackberry Agate.
  • When fused with a Chalcedony, they form a Lemanskiite.
  • When fused with a Flint, they form a Black Opal.
  • When fused with a Teal Quartz, they form a Shubnikovite.
  • When fused with a Cranberry Quartz, they form a Felt-Spat.
  • When fused with a Citrine, they form a Celadonite.
  • When fused with a Phantom Quartz, they form a Fullerite.
  • When fused with a Petrified Wood, they form a Zircon.
  • When fused with a Blueberry Quartz, they form a Magic Aura Quartz.
  • When fused with a Strawberry Quartz, they form a Candle Quartz.
  • When fused with a Chartreuse Quartz, they form a Vaesite.
  • When fused with a Rose Quartz, they form a Denim Quartz.
  • When fused with a Holly Blue Agate, they form a Cornetite.
  • When fused with a Blue Lace Agate, they form an Adamite.
  • When fused with an Orpheus Agate, they form a Legrandite.
  • When fused with an Onyx, they form a Calcite.
  • When fused with a Bubblegum Agate, they form an Alloriite.
  • When fused with an Anandalite, they form a Matrix Opal.
  • When fused with an Angel Aura Quartz, they form a Pearl Aura Quartz.
  • When fused with an Aqua Aura Quartz, they form a Smithsonite.
  • When fused with an Iris Quartz, they form a Peach Quartz.
  • When fused with a Ruby, they form a Garnet.
  • When fused with a Zircon, they form a Topaz.
  • When fused with a Rutile, they form a Mookaite.
  • When fused with a Bismuth, they form a Pacific Opal.
  • When fused with a Nephrite, they form an Erinite.
  • When fused with a Pearl, they form a Moonstone.
  • When fused with a Turquoise, they form a Lavendulan.
  • When fused with a Spinel, they form an Alexite.
  • When fused with a Jet, they form a Tschermigite.
  • When fused with a Margaritasite, they form a Strengite.
  • When fused with a Diopside, they form an Altaite.
  • When fused with a Coral, they form a Rossmanite.
  • When fused with a Thorite, they form a Rhodolite.
  • When fused with a Moonstone, they form an Amazonite.
  • When fused with a Rubellite, they form a Blueberry Quartz.
  • When fused with a Cherry Tourmaline, they form a Precious Opal.
  • When fused with a Peach Tourmaline, they form an Apricot Agate.
  • When fused with a Chrome Tourmaline, they form a Nickelhexahydrite.
  • When fused with a Navy Tourmaline, they form a Lazulite.
  • When fused with an Olenite, they form a Moorhouseite.
  • When fused with an Opal, they form an Abalone.
  • When fused with a Lithium, they form a Dioptase.
  • When fused with a Celestine, they form a Chalcomenite.
  • When fused with a Vladimirite, they form a Pietersite.
  • When fused with a Phosphophyllite, they form a Grandidierite.
  • When fused with a Goshenite, they form a Flos Ferri.
  • When fused with a Schist, they form a Posnjakite.
  • When fused with a Mixite, they form a Rosasite.
  • When fused with a Fluellite, they form a Chert.
  • When fused with a Haiweeite, they form a Eulytine.
  • When fused with a Urusovite, they form a Kulanite.
  • When fused with a Glaucophane, they form a Télésie.
  • When fused with an Adularia, they form a Sanbornite.
  • When fused with a Gneiss, they form a Petzite.
  • When fused with a Nosean, they form an Ormer.
  • When fused with a Kauri Gum, they form an Oceanjaspis.
  • When fused with a Petalite, they form an Ironstone.
  • When fused with a Ziesite, they form an Aragonite.
  • When fused with an Aerinite, they form a Calciocelestine.
  • When fused with an Emmonsite, they form a Eukrasite.
  • When fused with a Bazzite, they form a Blue Quartz.
  • When fused with an Iridium, they form a Blizzard Stone.
  • When fused with a Rhomboclase, they form a Zeolite.
  • When fused with a Chaoite, they form a Rubellite.
  • When fused with an Antlerite, they form a Hemimorphite.
  • When fused with an Amber, they form an Idocrase.
  • When fused with a Pargasite, they form a Parádsasvárite.
  • When fused with a Uranophane, they form a Ballas.
  • When fused with a Zaratite, they form a Feldspathoid.
  • When fused with a Quantum Quattro, they form an Aquamarine.
  • When fused with a Cuprite, they form a Balliranoite.
  • When fused with a Crocoite, they form a Gomedha.
  • When fused with a Chrysoberyl, they form a Citron Quartz.
  • When fused with a Chlorite, they form a Quadridavyne.
  • When fused with a Jeremejevite, they form a Periwinkle Agate.
  • When fused with a Maxixe, they form a Lapis Lazuli.
  • When fused with a Chambersite, they form a Franzinite.
  • When fused with a Hedyphane, they form a Mountainite.
  • When fused with a Pyromorphite, they form a Manganoeudialyte.
  • When fused with a Tanzanite, they form a Zandrite.
  • When fused with a Benitoite, they form a Cordierite.
  • When fused with an Ice, they form a Celestine.
  • When fused with a Euclase, they form a Seraphinite.
  • When fused with a Claraite, they form a Phosgenite.
  • When fused with a Magnetite, they form an Ilsemannite.
  • When fused with a Hardystonite, they form an Axinite.
  • When fused with a Calcite, they form a Diopside.
  • When fused with a Beryl, they form an Andara Glass.
  • When fused with a Gold, they form a Goudeyite.
  • When fused with an Orthoclase, they form a Tashmarine.
  • When fused with a Carnotite, they form a Sexangulite.
  • When fused with a Sericite, they form a Sphärosiderite.
  • When fused with a Galena, they form a Boulder Opal.
  • When fused with an Ammonoidea, they form a Rainbow Moonstone.
  • When fused with a Plumbogummite, they form a Rashleighite.
  • When fused with a Danburite, they form a Chandrakanta.
  • When fused with a Pachea, they form a Turquoise.
  • When fused with a Jade, they form a Labradorite.
  • When fused with an Albite, they form an Adularia.
  • When fused with an Ivory, they form an Ajoite.
  • When fused with a Covellite, they form an Azotic Topaz.
  • When fused with a Marshallsussmanite, they form a Pink Tourmaline.
  • When fused with a Phosphosiderite, they form a Paraschist.
  • When fused with a Bobfergusonite, they form a Eurekadumpite.
  • When fused with a Cancrisilite, they form a Purpurite.
  • When fused with Schwartzembergite, they form Eckermannite.
  • When fused with Fourmarierite, they form Vladimirite.
  • When fused with a Fullerite, they form an Iridium.
  • When fused with a Vantablack, they form a Cairngorm.
  • When fused with a Pruskite, they form a Spodumene.
  • When fused with a Musgravite, they form a Chlorargyrite.
  • When fused with a White Diamond and a Ruby, they form an Okenite.
  • When fused with a White Diamond and a Turquoise, they form an Iris Agate.
  • When fused with a White Diamond and a Vladimirite, they form a Gwindel.
  • When fused with a Yellow Diamond and a Ruby, they form an Orpiment.
  • When fused with a Yellow Diamond and a Turquoise, they form a Fire Agate.
  • When fused with a Yellow Diamond and a Vladimirite, they form a Jade.
  • When fused with a Yellow Diamond and a Pyromorphite, they form a Tavorite.
  • When fused with a Blue Diamond and a Ruby, they form a Periwinkle Quartz.
  • When fused with a Blue Diamond and a Turquoise, they form a Polyhedroid Agate.
  • When fused with a Blue Diamond and a Vladimirite, they form a Lasur.
  • When fused with a Blue Diamond and a Pyromorphite, they form a Schuilingite.
  • When fused with a Black Diamond and a Ruby, they form a Callaghanite.
  • When fused with a Black Diamond and a Turquoise, they form a Botswana Agate.
  • When fused with a Black Diamond and a Vladimirite, they form a Volcanic Shorl.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and an Amethyst, they form a Musgravite.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Chalcedony, they form a Blue Plagioclase.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Petrified Wood, they form a Stringhamite.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Ruby, they form a Sunstone.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Pearl, they form a Tanzan Quartz.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Turquoise, they form an Eye Agate.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Margaritasite, they form a Phantom Aura Quartz.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Rubellite, they form a Red Wulfenite.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and an Opal, they form a Chalcedony.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Lithium, they form a Purple Agate.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Vladimirite, they form an Inca Rose.
  • When fused with a Pink Diamond and a Pyromorphite, they form a Metastibnite.
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