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Sphene is KJD's interpretation of the fusion of Peridot and Jasper.

Appearance Edit

Sphene is a tall and lanky gem that has four eyes and four arms. Currently her lower legs and the left side of her body are not available, but she is presumably symmetrical in terms of body parts and such. She has bright yellow skin with streaks of an orange-brown color that are reminiscent of Jasper, and she has four eyes, with the top pair being slightly more rounded and covered by her visor, while the bottom pair are slightly more pointed and not under the visor, and all eyes appear to be yellow. She also has no nose (where her nose would be is covered by a gemstone at least) and plump lips. Her har is short and messy and is a light yellow color. She has four arms, with the top pair being thicker and not having wrists but instead having the arms connect to the hands and fingers directly, while the bottom pair are slimmer and less muscular. Her gemstones are on her forehead and her nose/center of face, and they are colored in orange and yellow colors.

She wears a translucent visor that has a triangular shape and covers the top half of her face and is very similar to Peridot’s visor before her regeneration. She wears a standard Homeworld uniform and it is a dull brown color with black straps that make an X shape and have a Yellow Diamond insignia in the center, and she has leggings that are black and high waisted and cut off at her left leg and go down her right leg. Her lower legs and feet are currently unknown appearance wise.

Personality Edit

Nothing is known about Sphene's personality yet

Abilities Edit

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

Gemology Edit

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Sphene in real life.

Gemstone Information

  • Sphene is a very rare brilliant yellowish-green, green, orange or brown gemstone with a high luster, also known as "titanite" due to its titanium content.
  • The name "sphene" comes from the Greek word, "sphen", meaning "wedge", which alludes to the formation of its crystals.
  • Due to its high dispersion, when brilliant-cut, sphene can exhibit a fire similar to that of diamond.
  • Sphene has been known since 1787 and was named according to its titanium content in 1795 by Martin Klaproth. In 1801, it was given the name "sphene" by French mineralogist, Rene Just Hauy.
  • In 1982, the International Mineralogical Association Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names (CNMMN) decided to use the name "titanite" rather than "sphene".
    • However, both "sphene" and "titanite" continue to be recognized in mineralogy circles, and sphene is the most frequently used gemology term.

Gemstones Edit

Image Description
Sphene Jasper Gemstone
Jasper's gemstone is located where her nose otherwise would be. It is triangular, and faceted onto a low point.

Sphene Peridot Gemstone
Peridot's gemstone is located in the center of her forehead. It has facets around the edge, but they are hidden behind her skin, making it appear smooth surfaced. Her gem also lacks a ring.
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Crystal Gem Fusions
Double Fusions

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Triple Fusions

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Quadruple Fusions

Alexandrite nav


Homeworld Gem Fusions
Double Fusions

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Cross-Alignment Gem Fusions
Double Fusions

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Triple Fusions

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Spinel Nav Tiffany Stone Nav Peach-nav Musgravite nav Spectrolite nav Blue Lace Agate Nav


Quadruple Fusions

DVA Nav


Unaligned Gem Fusions
Double Fusions

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Triple Fusions

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Quadruple Fusions

Lepidolite Navbox


Sextuple Fusions

Fluorite nav


Octuple Fusions

Jelly Opal Navbox

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