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Lapis Lazuli (nicknamed Nice Lapis) is a Homeworld Gem, and an original character that appears in Steven Universe.

Appearance Edit

Lapis Lazuli has an appearance similar to that of other Lapis Lazulis, as she is tall and slim with short hair and water wings. She has blue skin with yellow freckles as well as dark blue eyes, a sloped and pointed nose, and undefined lips. Her hair is dark blue in color and is short and messy, being styled into a small ponytail. Her gemstone is located on her navel and is royal blue in color.

She wears a sleeveless royal blue and dark blue top with a Blue Diamond insignia on it, and a flowy royal blue skirt. 

Personality Edit

Lapis Lazuli was originally completely bought into the idea of destroying worlds for fun. However, after Steven and Lapis Lazuli showed her dancing, she became warmer on the idea of living peacefully, but didn't immediately change due to her partner's pressure and judgment over this decision. After the Crystal Gem Lapis fought the two Lapises, she was shown to be very impressed with her and, along with the other Homeworld Lapis, was willing to serve the Crystal Gem Lapis as if she was her Diamond. After Steven and the Crystal Gem Lapis go back to Little Homeschool, she goes after them and decides to begin attending the school.

History Edit

For the history of Lapis Lazuli, visit here.

Abilities Edit

Lapis Lazuli possesses standard Gem abilities, such as bubbling, shapeshifting, fusion, regeneration, agelessness, and superhuman strength/durability.

Fusions Edit

Unique Abilities Edit

  • Hydrokinesis: "Nice" Lapis has immense power over water and liquid material. Like the Crystal Gem Lapis Lazuli, she can form water into various constructs that she can control, including hands to smite enemies or use as a platform, chains to entangle or trap enemies with, divide the sea to make a path.
    • Water Generation: In addition to manipulating existing liquid, "Nice" Lapis can generate a certain amount of water from her gem. It is unknown whether the water is stored within her gemstone or if she simply condensed the water molecules in the air into a liquid form.
    • Water Wings: "Nice" Lapis can summon and remove water wing-like constructs, which can propel her at high velocities as an evasive maneuver or as a method of transportation.

Gemology Edit

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Gemstone Information

  • Lapis lazuli, also known as lazuli, is a rock with the chemical formula of (NaCa)8Al6Si6O23(SO)4.
  • It is a rock, not a mineral, that is made up of the minerals lazurite, pyrite, and calcite. It also often contains the mineral sodalite.
  • Lapis Lazuli has been prized for hundreds of year due to its color, with it being a very deep and vivid royal blue. It is also often mottled and is opaque.
  • Because of its colors it is used as a pigment, being crushed and ground down. It is also used for jewelry and decoration.
  • Afghanistan has the most plentiful and important deposits in the world, however lapis lazuli has also been found in the United States of America and Canada.
  • Lapis Lazuli has a 5.5-6 on the Mohs Hardness Scale, making it not particularly strong. It does get damaged in water and should not be placed in it. This is because it’s water soluble.
  • As for crystal healing, lapis lazuli is believed to be able to help with one’s self, both understanding it and improving it.

Gemstone Edit

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Lapis Lazuli’s gemstone is located on her left shoulder and is smooth without any facets. It is shaped like a teardrop.

Gallery Edit

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