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** The Homeworld Warp was originally cracked all over its chassis, but Peridot repaired it with her Flask Robonoids. Garnet smashed it with her gauntlets, smashing it back into an inactive state. In "[[Catch and Release]]", Peridot reassembled all the pieces of the Warp Pad, but still required complete repairs (such as with Flask Robonoid fluid or with Steven's spit) to function again.
 
** The Homeworld Warp was originally cracked all over its chassis, but Peridot repaired it with her Flask Robonoids. Garnet smashed it with her gauntlets, smashing it back into an inactive state. In "[[Catch and Release]]", Peridot reassembled all the pieces of the Warp Pad, but still required complete repairs (such as with Flask Robonoid fluid or with Steven's spit) to function again.
 
** The Mask Island Warp Pad was destroyed during the fight between [[Malachite]] and [[Alexandrite]] making it harder for the Gems to get to Mask Island.
 
** The Mask Island Warp Pad was destroyed during the fight between [[Malachite]] and [[Alexandrite]] making it harder for the Gems to get to Mask Island.
* Remaining stable within the warp stream seems to require practice, as Steven's first use of it caused him to lose his balance. [[Connie Maheswaran|Connie]] also stumbles in "[[Sworn to the Sword]]".
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* Remaining stable within the warp stream seems to require practice, as Steven's first known use of it caused him to lose his balance. [[Connie Maheswaran|Connie]] also stumbles in "[[Sworn to the Sword]]".
 
** [[Lars]], [[Sadie Miller|Sadie]], and [[Greg Universe|Greg]] seem to have managed to remain stable on first use, which makes instability perhaps a fact that occurs with children or smaller gems lacking experience.
 
** [[Lars]], [[Sadie Miller|Sadie]], and [[Greg Universe|Greg]] seem to have managed to remain stable on first use, which makes instability perhaps a fact that occurs with children or smaller gems lacking experience.
 
** This could be because Warp Pads appear to have no gravity on account that in "[[Serious Steven]]" Steven can float up in the opposite direction of the stream to retrieve his [[Steven's Ukulele|ukulele]].
 
** This could be because Warp Pads appear to have no gravity on account that in "[[Serious Steven]]" Steven can float up in the opposite direction of the stream to retrieve his [[Steven's Ukulele|ukulele]].

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Warp Pads are teleportation devices created and utilized by Gems. The Crystal Gems are first seen using it in the Pilot, but the Warp Pad had debuted officially in "Gem Glow".


Appearance

File:Galaxy Warp (Close Up).jpg

A damaged warp pad at the Galaxy Warp

Warp Pads have a crystal-like appearance which resembles the top half of a brilliant-cut diamond. For the most part, they appear blue. However, other colors are possible depending on the surrounding environment.

Warp Pads are activated by the will of the user. This lets out a beacon of light and phases the traveler to the location they desire. In the episode "House Guest", a Warp Pad can also be activated by a Warp Whistle.

About

At Rose's Fountain

Warp Pads can transport their users through another dimension to any location within the dimension the user came from as seen in "Warp Tour". This is proven when the Crystal Gems had to swim back from the Lunar Sea Spire after the structure had collapsed. Seen in the episode "Space Race", the Galaxy Warp is an inactive location housing Warp Pads that transport entities to locations off-planet, with the most notable warp destination being the Homeworld Warp. "Winter Forecast" suggests that with enough focus, a small group of Gems in a circle can warp an object on its own to another location without warping themselves.

It was seen in "Coach Steven" that heavy objects can destroy Warp Pads. Pearl was unable to return to the Communication Hub after it was destroyed by Sugilite. In "Cry for Help", the Gems must use Lion's teleportation ability to visit the Communication Hub since the location's warp pad is broken. The restorative fluid in a Flask Robonoid can repair minor damage to a warp pad, as seen in "Warp Tour".

Known Warp Pad Locations

Trivia

  • The concept of the Warp Pad is similar to the transporters from Star Trek, as well as any myriad of devices used to bring characters from one place to another in an instant.
  • A Warp Whistle can be used to activate Warp Pads, as shown in "House Guest". This is a reference to two whistles of the same name, one found in Super Mario Brothers 3 and the other found in The Legend of Zelda. In those games, blowing the whistle warps the player to a different world/dungeon.
  • Steven is revealed that he can warp on his own in "House Guest". He becomes proficient enough at it to warp others with him by the time of "Island Adventure".
    • Steven warps the Crystal Gems in the new opening.
    • When he is responsible for the warping, he opens his arms in the process.
  • Flask Robonoids contain a special liquid that can repair cracks in Warp Pads. Large quantities of the liquid can even repair large cracks like on the Galaxy Warp.
  • Many of the Warp Pads at the Galaxy Warp are chipped or cracked, and all but the domestic warp are inactive.
    • The Homeworld Warp was originally cracked all over its chassis, but Peridot repaired it with her Flask Robonoids. Garnet smashed it with her gauntlets, smashing it back into an inactive state. In "Catch and Release", Peridot reassembled all the pieces of the Warp Pad, but still required complete repairs (such as with Flask Robonoid fluid or with Steven's spit) to function again.
    • The Mask Island Warp Pad was destroyed during the fight between Malachite and Alexandrite making it harder for the Gems to get to Mask Island.
  • Remaining stable within the warp stream seems to require practice, as Steven's first known use of it caused him to lose his balance. Connie also stumbles in "Sworn to the Sword".
    • Lars, Sadie, and Greg seem to have managed to remain stable on first use, which makes instability perhaps a fact that occurs with children or smaller gems lacking experience.
    • This could be because Warp Pads appear to have no gravity on account that in "Serious Steven" Steven can float up in the opposite direction of the stream to retrieve his ukulele.
  • It is revealed in "Winter Forecast" that Gems can transport objects, such as the Shooting Star through the Warp Pads without warping themselves, though it requires steady and unbroken concentration.
  • Humans can also use Warp Pads by entering the outgoing warp's stream while it is active.
  • Warp Pads have one of the most reoccurring appearances in the show compared to most objects.
  • It is currently unknown how the Warp Pads specifically work or how they are made.
  • Before Warp Pads were built on Earth, it is shown in the episode "Friend Ship" that Ancient Gem Colony Ships were used to transport Gems to and from the colony.
  • The Homeworld Warp appears to be constructed with moderately-sized Warp Pad on a larger Warp Pad.
    • This may indicate that only larger Warp Pads can warp between far places.
  • In "Monster Reunion" it is revealed that corrupted Gems such as the Centipeedle cannot use the Warp Pads.

Gallery


ve Objects
Food & Beverages Bagel SandwichBeastChaaaapsCheese BallsColonel Kernel's Classic Creamed CornCookie CatDog-NutDrink UpDurian JuiceFantastic FriesFry BitsGuacolaHynes KetchupLion LickersMargarineNut-DogPizza BagelPop-PopPotato ChipsSadie's LunchesSpicy PretzelsSugar Shock Shut DownTogether BreakfastUbeWaflWhip It UpYummy Apple Juice
Magical Items Crystal Heart • Data Stones • Diamond Aura BottlesEternity ChaliceEvil Spirit ScrollFire SaltGarnet's GogglesGem BubblesGem PedestalsGem ShardsGemstonesGeode • Harmony Core • The HourglassLight PrismThe MirrorMoon Goddess StatueObeliskOld Book GemThe Perils of PweepweeShooting StarVolatile GemsWailing StoneWarp Pad
Musical Instruments Amethyst's DrumsConnie's ViolinGarnet's KeytarGreg's GuitarPearl's ViolinSteven's UkuleleWarp Whistle
Weapons The Axes of AgesBreaking PointConnie's SwordGem DestabilizerGem RejuvenatorGem WeaponsLaser Light CannonPearl's SwordsQuartizine TrioRose's Sword
Holding Items Cheeseburger BackpackHot Dog Duffel BagRose's ScabbardRose's Treasure ChestTiger Millionaire's Suitcase
Vehicles Earth: Andy's Plane • Dondai SupremoGreg's VanHandmade SpaceshipInflatable RaftJenny's CarHot 2 TotOnion's Moped • Steven's BikeS.S. MiseryThe Universe Mach 3

Homeworld: Aquamarine's ShipAttack PodDestiny DestroyerDiamond Palanquins (Blue Diamond's PalanquinPink Diamond's Palanquin) • Diamond Ships (Blue Diamond's ShipPink Diamond's ShipWhite Diamond's ShipYellow Diamond's Ship) • Emerald's Personal Shuttle • Escape PodGem Warship • Hessonite's Warship • Homeworld Dropship (Ancient Gem Colony Ship) • Roaming Eye
Crystal Gems: Gem DrillGem Sloop
Off Colors: Sun IncineratorStar Skipper

Rides The AppalachianHyper SpaceJelly JigglerThe TeacupsTsunami
Games Citchen CalamityGolf Quest Mini

Arcade Games: Chrono Panic 4Meat Beat ManiaPunch BuddyRace RushRoad KillerSkee BallTeens of RageVirtua Teens of RageWhacker ManWhacker Man Jr.

TV Shows Camp Pining HeartsCanine CourtCrying Breakfast Friends!I Can't Believe My Stepdad's My SwordKoala PrincessLi'l ButlerUnder the Knife
Books BrigandBuddy Buddwick's JournalCarrion Amongst The CloverFOINEHow to Talk to PeopleNOICEThe No Home BoysPassions of XanxorPretty HairstylistThe Spirit Morph Saga (The Unfamiliar Familiar)
Movies Dogcopter 3Evil Bear 2: Bearly Alive • Lonely Blade (Lonely Blade IVLonely Blade V)
Toys Bass Fish Toy • Water GunMinor Toys

Plush Toys: Master of Ceremonies Bear Bear • M.C. Bear Bear • Mr. Queasy • Peridot's Alien • Playful KittySir Bearington
Action Figures: B.O.Y.S.G.A.L.S. (Explorer Gal) • G.U.Y.S. (Dave Guy • Ranger Guy)
Props: Cluster PuppetGiant Cellphone PropJungle BucksWall Street Newspaper Prop

Machines Crystal Gem Machines: Pearlbot
Homeworld Machines: Gem SatelliteRed EyeInjectors (Attack InjectorsSpinel's Injector) • Shattering RobonoidsShell
Peridot's Machines: Crystal Gems: Attack DronesPeribotVisor Robonoids
Homeworld: Robonoids (Flask RobonoidsHand RobonoidPlug Robonoids)
Other Machines: Harmony Core Sentries • Robot Shooty Thing
Misc. Items Aquamarine's WandThe Armor of the FallenBeach City StageBlue Diamond's Personal EffectsConnie's Glow BraceletChalkboardCurrencyDiamond CommunicatorDuct TapeFryboGiant PennyGreg and Rose's PictureGreg's Music CollectionG.U.Y.S. DispenserHarpoon GunThe Heretic's AnguishLimb EnhancersLubitz Cardioid Condenser 680Metal MuttMr. Universe ShirtNietzche's BreakdownOld Gem PaintingOnion's Birthday TapePearl's TreePeridot's Voice RecorderPink Diamond's Personal EffectsPink Pearl's Ribbon WandReplicator WandRonaldo's PhoneRose Quartz's Video TapeRose's Battle FlagRose's PaintingSea PalsSpace Train to the CosmosSteven's Birthday SuitSteven's MugSteven's PhoneSteven's TVSteven's Video Game SystemsTag Team BeltTelescopeTemple GateTubeTubeT-Shirt CannonVIP(IZZA)Weirdstar.StreamYellow Diamond Signal Flare
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