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Dark Violet Amethyst
Dark Violet Amethyst
Nickname(s)
  • DVA
Characteristics
Species

Gem

Citizenship

Earthling Earthling

Pronouns

FeminineIcon Feminine

Sexuality

Lesbian

Traits
Gem Type

Quartz

Gemstone

Amethyst

Gem Location

Neck

Professional Status
Alignment(s)

None

Personal Status
Status

Alive

Media
Designer(s)

Agunachopace

Creator(s)

AmethystPearlFusion

Dark Violet Amethyst is a Quartz Gem. She fled from Homeworld and is currently on Earth.

Appearance Edit

Dark Violet Amethyst is about 5' 4" in height, with an almost stout build. She a small nose, plump lips, blue eyes, fuchsia skin, and faded purple, unkempt hair.

CurrentEdit

She wears a white T-shirt, black shorts, and grey boots.

DebutEdit

She wears a purple outfit with a white diamond on the middle, black sweats and yellow boots.

Personality Edit

Dark Violet Amethyst is strange.

Relationships Edit

TBA.

Abilities Edit

Boomerang

Dark Violet Amethyst's boomerang.

Like all Gems, Dark Violet Amethyst has the ability to invoke a weapon, change shape, strength and skill beyond human battle, and retreat to her gem after being wounded to heal.

Unique Abilities Edit

  • Audiokinesis: Dark Violet Amethyst can create, shape and manipulate sound. She can mimic, intensify, hush, and distort, as well warp, strengthen, echo, speed up, and slow down sound, using it as a powerful physical force and high-speed movement. In essence, sound is an invisible, deadly weapon and a versatile tool.

Fusions Edit

TBA.

Gemology Edit

Irlame

A natural amethyst gemstone.

Gemstone Information
  • Amethyst is the birthstone for those who are born in February or for the zodiacal sign of Pisces and Aquarius.
    • Amethyst is the national gemstone of Uruguay.
    • Amethyst is assigned to the planet Neptune.
  • Amethyst belongs to the macrocrystalline branch of quartz and owes its violet/purple color to iron and aluminum impurities.
    • Like other varieties of macrocrystalline quartz, amethyst has transparent to translucent clarity and a vitreous luster.
  • Amethyst stones are often associated with the Greek/Roman god Dionysus/Bacchus, god of wine, intoxication, madness, and agriculture.
    • Since amethyst was considered an antidote against drunkenness, many wine goblets were carved from amethyst stone. Still to this day, violet-purple amethyst is a symbol of sobriety.
  • Amethyst owes its color to iron and aluminum impurities. The colors range from purple and violet to pale red-violet.
    • Without such coloring agents, amethyst would simply be transparent, ordinary colorless quartz.

Gemstone Edit

Image Description
DarkVioletAmethystGem
Dark Violet Amethyst's gemstone is located on her chest, featuring a hexagonal facet. The front and back are symmetrical. It is a tetradecahedron, specifically a truncated hexagonal dipyramid. It's overall shape is circular.

Gallery Edit

Gems
Unfused Gems AmberAmetrine (LGL)AndesineAngel Aura QuartzApatiteBismuthBloodstone (Fluf59001)Bloodstone (Hydrarchy)Blue ObsidianCacoxeniteCalciteClear QuartzCoralCoral (Homeworld)CrystalCymophaneDark Violet AmethystDragon OpalFluoriteGreen PearlHematiteJadeiteJayvenKunziteKyaniteLabradorite (SquareBirdMom)Lightning OpalMoonstoneNephriteObsidianOnyxOpaliteRed DiamondRed PearlSmoky QuartzTalcZoisite (Amber&Onyx)
Fusions ApadianBlue GarnetLabradorite (Amber&Onyx)
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