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Garnet is KJD's interpretation of the fusion of Ruby and Sapphire.

Appearance Edit

Garnet has an appearance similar to that of other Garnets, as her skin is a red-plum color, her hair is boxy, and she has a curvy body with thin arms, a small waist, rounded upper body, and curvy legs. Her skin is aforementioned plum-red and she has three eyes with black pupils, with one eye being red, one blue, and one purple. Her nose is small and she has plump lips. Her hair is in a box-like shape with flared sides, and it’s a very dark maroon color. Her gemstones are on her left and right cheek and are dark red in color.

She wears a light pink shirt with red, punk-red, and maroon accents and body dark maroon shoulder pads. Her bottoms are very dark maroon and her leggings are maroon, however her lower legs and feet are currently unknown appearance wise.

Personality Edit

Nothing is known about Garnet's personality yet.

Abilities Edit

Garnet possesses standard Gem abilities, bubbling, shapeshifting, fusion, regeneration, agelessness, and superhuman strength/durability.

Gemology Edit

Granet

Gemstone Information


  • Garnet is the traditional birthstone for January, the zodiacal stone for Capricorn and the second anniversary stone.
  • Garnets have a Mohs hardness of 7.0-7.5 and are found in the U.S. (Arizona), South Africa, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Myanmar (Burma), Scotland, Switzerland and Tanzania.
  • Garnets are formed when high temperatures and/or pressure is a factor and geologists often use garnets as a gauge of the amount of temperature and pressure that was present during their formation.
  • Although red is the most commonly occurring color, garnet is available in a veritable plethora of colors, such as yellow, orange, peach, green, purple, blue (rare), brown and pink.
    • Garnet also rarely occurs in color-change varieties, which have a different color depending on whether they are viewed in incandescent or natural light.
      • The rarest color-change garnet appears blue in daylight, and changes to purplish-red under torch light.
  • Garnet is not a single mineral, but a group containing closely related, isomorphous minerals that form a series with each other. Most garnets have chemical formulas following the pattern of X3Y2(SiO4)3.
    • Garnet is a gem group that occurs in over twenty varieties. Of these varieties, six main types are used as gems. These are pyrope, almandine, spessartite, grossularite, andradite and uvarovite.
      • Pyrope, almandine, and spessartine form a solid solution series, which means that they can all exist together in a single crystal, collectively, they are known as pyralspite garnets. This is also the case for andradite, grossular and uvarovite, which form the ugrandite group.
  • Garnets are associated with strength, bravery, love, determination and self-confidence, all characteristics that fit in with Garnet's personality.
    • In more New Age style beliefs, garnets are known as stones that provide protection to their users from evil.
    • Few Garnets have become famous, but a few famous pieces of jewelry have garnet exclusive decoration.
    • One famous garnet is the bright green tsavorite, going by 68.82 carats.
  • Garnets are often used for industrial purposes such as water filtration, waterjet cutting, and abrasive blasting.

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