Lepidolite is the hypothetical fusion of Moonstone (and, by extension, Albite and Orthoclase) and Rhodonite.

Appearance Edit

Lepidolite is a tall and slim fusion with six slim arms, a small waist, small hips, and long legs. Her skin is light magenta with some white freckles, and her six eyes are hot pink and black, with the top and bottom pair being hot pink and the middle being black. She also has a sloped and pointy nose and dull lips. Her hair is warm plum and light plum and is wavy and poofy, being short and swept to the side. Her six arms come from her shoulders and waist and are long and slim. Her gemstones are on her chest and naval and are dull plum.

She wears a purple tank top with a transparent orchid shawl draped over her shoulders, and she has a light purple and white waistband tired around her. On her bottom pair of arms only she has very dark plum gloves, and she also wears warm plum, lighter plum, and much lighter plum capri leggings with very dark plum ballet flats and warm plum socks.

Personality Edit

Rhodonite's worrisome nature and Moonstone's trusting nature make their personality kind of contradictory and causes her to be a bit scatterbrained,[1] and very stressed.[2]

Abilities Edit

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

Trivia Edit

Gemology Edit

Lepidolite real

Gemstone Information

  • Lepidolite is variety of mica.
  • It is stone of calm, trust, and acceptance.
  • It has a strong relaxing, balancing and calming effect.
  • Lepidolite is a stone of transformation in that it helps one get through transitions with trust that everything will ultimately turn out for the best.
  • Psychically, lepidolite is used for dreamwork, rebirthing, and is also good for dream recall. It softens the impact of this kind of gnosis so that the information can be recalled calmly.
  • Lepidolite is also a protective stone that brings success in business or career. It can also bring a growing energy to gardening and agriculture.
  • Lepidolite is related primarily to the heart chakra, and also to the third eye and crown chakras.
  • Lepidolite's name comes from two Greek words. Lepidos for "scale" and Lithos" for stone, as Lepidolite often grows in scale like plates.

Gemstones Edit

Image Description
Lepidolite Pink Pearl Gemstone
Pink Pearl's gemstone is located on her chest. It is polished and circular in shape.

Lepidolite Ruby Gemstone
Ruby's gemstone is located on her navel, featuring a squared facet. It is a decahedron, specifically a truncated tetragonal dipyramid.
Lepidolite Albite Gemstone
Albite's gemstone is located on her midriff. It is unfaceted and ovalline in shape.
Lepidolite Orthoclase Gemstone
Orthoclase's gemstone is located on her chest. It features a large square facet and is circular in shape.

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