Hemimorphite has light blue skin with white, wavy markings, solid blue, wavy hair, plump lips, rounded shoulders, and four eyes with blue irises and black pupils. She has a thin build with two arms, a round chest, a thin waist, and relatively thick hips. Her gemstones are embedded in her back, chest, and navel.
She wears a sky blue top with a teardrop shape created by the straps that wrap behind her neck, accentuating Orthoclase's gemstone. She wears a pair of solid blue shorts with a sky blue waistline, and dark cyan ankle bands. She has a translucent sky blue fabric wrapped around her arms, and a bi-color blue cape with white bordering.
Hydrokinesis: Hemimorphite has control over Lapis Lazuli's ability to control water.
Flight: She can create water wings using her hydrokinesis and, presumably, fly.
Scythe Proficiency: She is able to summon Moonstone's scythe.
Marine Telepathy: She has control over all types of marine life.
Water Generation: Inherited from Lapis, Hemimorphite can generate a certain amount of water from her gem.
Water-Walking: Hemimorphite can walk on water.
Memory Projection:She is able to project any of her memories onto a mirror-like surface. While she uses this ability, her eyes lose their pupils and become silvery and reflective in addition she can project her thinkings and combine this ability with her telepathy.
Hydromimicry: Hemimorphitecan use her control over water to create flawless, powerful water-clones of her enemies. The clones appear to possess the same fighting styles as the originals. They also have the ability to regenerate when damaged and even split to create new clones, making them effectively invincible against most attacks.
Acrobatic Skills: Hemimorphite can be very agile and flexible in battle.
Hemimorphite is a component of calamine. It is a sorosilicate mineral which has been historically mined from the upper parts of zinc and lead ores, chiefly associated with smithsonite. They were assumed to be the same mineral and both were classed under the same name of calamine. In the second half of the 18th century it was discovered that these two different minerals were both present in calamine. They closely resemble each other.
Hemimorphite most frequently occurs as the product of the oxidation of the upper parts of sphalerite bearing ore bodies, accompanied by other secondary minerals which form the so-called iron cap or gossan. Hemimorphite is an important ore of zinc and contains up to 54.2% of the metal, together with silicon, oxygen and hydrogen. The crystals are blunt at one end and sharp at the other.
The regions on the Belgian-German border are well known for their deposits of hemimorphite of metasomatic origin, especially Vieille Montagne in Belgium and Aachen in Germany. Other deposits are in Tarnowskie Góry area in Upper Silesia, Poland; near Phoenixville, Pennsylvania; the Missouri lead-zinc district; Elkhorn, Montana; Leadville, Colorado; and Organ Mountains, New Mexico in the United States; and in several localities in North Africa. Further hemimorphite occurrences are the Padaeng deposit near Mae Sod in western Thailand; Sardinia; Nerchinsk, Siberia; Cave del Predil, Italy; Bleiberg, Carinthia, Austria; Matlock, Derbyshire, England.