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* CreateYourOwnVillain: In a sense. Most of the rebellion's animosity towards Pink Diamond comes from Rose's stories of her as a cruel and uncaring monarch, creating a "villain" for them to rise together against. [[spoiler:It's a complete fabrication. Rose Quartz was Pink Diamond, and slandered her own name, fought her own army, and rallied the Crystal Gems against ''herself'' to try and change things for the better]]. Much of Homeworld's animosity for the Crystal Gems also stems from Rose's [[spoiler:faked]] shattering of Pink Diamond.

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* CreateYourOwnVillain: In a sense. Most of the rebellion's animosity towards Pink Diamond comes from Rose's stories of her as a cruel and uncaring monarch, creating a "villain" for them to rise together against. [[spoiler:It's a complete fabrication. Rose Quartz was Pink Diamond, and slandered her own name, fought her own army, and rallied the Crystal Gems against ''herself'' to try and change things for the better]]. Much of Homeworld's animosity for the Crystal Gems also stems from Rose's [[spoiler:faked]] shattering of Pink Diamond.Diamond. [[spoiler:Though the shattering was faked.]]


* CharacterDevelopment: Despite her sympathy and compassion, [[SmugSuper Rose's "love" of humans is compared to thinking of them as cute pet animals, and not worthy of equal respect]], though she does show a desire to respect their wishes. Her interaction with Greg taught her to see and value humans in a more respectful way. [[spoiler:It's implied she also had this when she came to Earth and learned the value of humans and her fellow Gems, as she formerly seemed to have the same views of organics as her fellow Diamonds.]]

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Despite her sympathy and compassion, [[SmugSuper Rose's "love" of humans is compared to thinking of them as cute pet animals, and not worthy of equal respect]], though she does show a desire to respect their wishes. Her interaction with Greg taught her to see and value humans in a more respectful way. [[spoiler:It's implied she also had this when she came to Earth and learned the value of humans and her fellow Gems, as she formerly seemed to have the same views of organics as her fellow Diamonds.]]



* GodzillaThreshold: According to Garnet, shattering Pink Diamond was this, as it was the only way to free the Earth from her. [[spoiler:This was still the case even though she ''was'' Pink Diamond: she'd tried to get the other Diamonds to abandon Earth every other way she could think of and was still a last resort, including outright telling them she didn't want to kill off life on Earth.]]

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* GirlyBruiser: She wore a long, frilly white dress at all times, sported pink RapunzelHair in RegalRinglets, lived in a room made entirely of pink clouds, and loved flowers, animals, and humans so completely as to put a Disney princess to shame. She was also the leader of a bloody rebellion against her home planet and goes into battle with a pink shield and matching pink sword, having been made to be a warrior.
* GodzillaThreshold: According to Garnet, shattering she shattered Pink Diamond was this, as because it was the only way to free the Earth from her. [[spoiler:This was still the case even though [[spoiler:When she ''was'' Pink Diamond: she'd Diamond, she tried and failed to get the other Diamonds to abandon Earth every other way she could think of and was still a last resort, of, including outright telling them she didn't want to kill off life on Earth.Earth. She chose to fake her own shattering because she took Blue Diamond's words to mean that the only way that Earth could survive was if she removed herself from the equation.]]


** In a heavily ironic way, [[spoiler:Rose Quartz eventually does become the more mature leader that White, Yellow, and Blue always wanted Pink Diamond to be.]] By the end of her life, she still had [[spoiler:Pink's]] cheerfulness and desire to support and connect with others, but she also exuded wisdom and composure, all tied into a deep fondness for almost everything and everyone--and the maturity to face her flaws with grace and sincere attempts to improve. Though her character did start out immature and silly, and does continue to have flaws throughout her life that are never resolved, eventually Rose does mature into a style of leadership which can best be described as "[[TeamMom motherly.]]" (Further ironically, her actual biological child is the only one she was never able to lead and guide this way).]]

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** In a heavily ironic way, [[spoiler:Rose Quartz eventually does become the more mature leader that White, Yellow, and Blue always wanted Pink Diamond to be.]] By the end of her life, she still had [[spoiler:Pink's]] cheerfulness and desire to support and connect with others, but she also exuded wisdom and composure, all tied into a deep fondness for almost everything and everyone--and the maturity to face her flaws with grace and sincere attempts to improve. Though her character did start out immature and silly, and does continue to have flaws throughout her life that are never resolved, eventually Rose does mature into a style of leadership which can best be described as "[[TeamMom motherly.]]" (Further ironically, her actual biological child is the only one she was never able to lead and guide this way).]]

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** In a heavily ironic way, [[spoiler:Rose Quartz eventually does become the more mature leader that White, Yellow, and Blue always wanted Pink Diamond to be.]] By the end of her life, she still had [[spoiler:Pink's]] cheerfulness and desire to support and connect with others, but she also exuded wisdom and composure, all tied into a deep fondness for almost everything and everyone--and the maturity to face her flaws with grace and sincere attempts to improve. Though her character did start out immature and silly, and does continue to have flaws throughout her life that are never resolved, eventually Rose does mature into a style of leadership which can best be described as "[[TeamMom motherly.]]" (Further ironically, her actual biological child is the only one she was never able to lead and guide this way).]]


* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: Ironically for a RebelLeader [[spoiler:who chose to reject her own throne]], Rose actually becomes this in all but title. Initially Rose's purpose was [[spoiler:for Pink to be able to [[LonelyAtTheTop socialize with others and experience freedom from the restraints of her class]]]], but since her decision to spearhead a Rebellion, she had to become whatever necessary for her fellow rebels to believe in her competency in leadership and maintain unity in the cause. She had a lot of personal baggage that probably would have torn the Rebellion apart if her secrets had been known and led to the doom of the Earth and the rebels, so she hid her flaws under a graceful, perfect, wise, infallible veneer in order to keep the Rebellion together. Which ironically [[spoiler:though not uncoincidentally]], reflects many traits in the facade propagated by the Diamond Authority about their own leadership.

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* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: Ironically for a RebelLeader [[spoiler:who chose to reject her own throne]], Rose actually becomes this in all but title. Initially Rose's purpose was [[spoiler:for Pink Diamond to be able to [[LonelyAtTheTop socialize with others and experience freedom from the restraints of her class]]]], but since her decision to spearhead a the Rebellion, she had to become whatever necessary for her fellow rebels to believe in her competency in leadership and maintain unity in the cause. She had a lot of personal baggage that probably would have torn the Rebellion apart if her secrets had been known and led to the doom of the Earth and the rebels, so she hid her flaws under a graceful, perfect, wise, infallible veneer in order to keep the Rebellion together. Which ironically [[spoiler:though not uncoincidentally]], reflects many traits in the facade propagated by the Diamond Authority about their own leadership.


* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: Ironically for a RebelLeader, Rose actually becomes this. Initially Rose's purpose was [[spoiler:for Pink to be able to [[LonelyAtTheTop socialize with others and experience freedom from the restraints of her class]]]], but since her decision to spearhead a Rebellion, she had to become whatever necessary for her fellow rebels to believe in her competency in leadership and maintain unity in the cause. She had a lot of personal baggage that probably would have torn the Rebellion apart if her secrets had been known and led to the doom of the Earth and the rebels, so she hid her flaws under a graceful, perfect, wise, infallible veneer in order to keep the Rebellion together. Which ironically [[spoiler:though not uncoincidentally]], reflects many traits in the facade propagated by the Diamond Authority about their own leadership.

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* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: Ironically for a RebelLeader, RebelLeader [[spoiler:who chose to reject her own throne]], Rose actually becomes this.this in all but title. Initially Rose's purpose was [[spoiler:for Pink to be able to [[LonelyAtTheTop socialize with others and experience freedom from the restraints of her class]]]], but since her decision to spearhead a Rebellion, she had to become whatever necessary for her fellow rebels to believe in her competency in leadership and maintain unity in the cause. She had a lot of personal baggage that probably would have torn the Rebellion apart if her secrets had been known and led to the doom of the Earth and the rebels, so she hid her flaws under a graceful, perfect, wise, infallible veneer in order to keep the Rebellion together. Which ironically [[spoiler:though not uncoincidentally]], reflects many traits in the facade propagated by the Diamond Authority about their own leadership.

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* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: Ironically for a RebelLeader, Rose actually becomes this. Initially Rose's purpose was [[spoiler:for Pink to be able to [[LonelyAtTheTop socialize with others and experience freedom from the restraints of her class]]]], but since her decision to spearhead a Rebellion, she had to become whatever necessary for her fellow rebels to believe in her competency in leadership and maintain unity in the cause. She had a lot of personal baggage that probably would have torn the Rebellion apart if her secrets had been known and led to the doom of the Earth and the rebels, so she hid her flaws under a graceful, perfect, wise, infallible veneer in order to keep the Rebellion together. Which ironically [[spoiler:though not uncoincidentally]], reflects many traits in the facade propagated by the Diamond Authority about their own leadership.


* TheStrategist: Aside from being the leader of the rebellion, she was also their first tactician. Jasper remembers the war and respects her for her strategies. [[spoiler: Possibly subverted, since she was Pink Diamond, and basically sabotaging Homeworld's side ftom within.]]

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* TheStrategist: Aside from being the leader of the rebellion, she was also their first tactician. Jasper remembers the war and respects her for her strategies. [[spoiler: Possibly subverted, since she was Pink Diamond, and basically sabotaging Homeworld's side ftom within.from within. On the other hand, Pink being a PuppetQueen for Yellow's and Blue's control over the actual invasion could mean Rose actually ''was'' TheStrategist against the war plans of the far more experienced Diamonds.]]


* GoodBadGirl: While it's unknown whether this trope was intentionally meant to be invoked, Rose Quartz is an AllLovingHero and FriendToAllLivingThings, but allegedly had various human lovers over the course of her years on earth, and acts ''very'' flirtatious towards the people she loves.
** For example, this quote to Greg:
--->'''Rose:''' You're really cute, and I'd love to play with you.
** Another example is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dtGvucmFBc her fusion dance with Pearl]].
** However, the implications of the trope are explored. While she does care a lot about her loved ones, her relationship with Greg stood out from the rest because Greg realized they both rushed into the relationship. Both had the spark but didn't know each other that well and Rose didn't really see Greg as his own individual person until he brought it up and revealed her own insecurities and lack of knowledge in it. However, this talk helped move forward their relationship (symbolized how she called him by the first name for the first time) and both made the steps to have a relationship as equals. It's this CharacterDevelopment prompted by Greg that explains why he became the one for her, which contrasts him to Pearl. Pearl did not mind much of Rose's escapades because she would outlive them. However, her putting Rose on a pedestal because of her own problems and her own lack of understanding of intimacy is why she couldn't become Rose's one as opposed to Greg.



* OnlyFleshIsSafe: Her sword is designed to slice through nearly anything and poof other Gems in one hit...but ''never'' their Gem, making it only capable of a NonlethalKO on a Gem. [[spoiler:This is even more impressive as it's not that it's designed to not be sharp enough to cut through a Gem, but that it simply ''can't'' cut through Gems. This is shown when it was capable of even poofing her, a Diamond, who's durability is so immense that attacks that'd shatter a normal Gem outright won't even ''poof'' them.]]

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* OnlyFleshIsSafe: Her sword is designed to slice through nearly anything and poof other Gems in one hit...but ''never'' their Gem, making it only capable of a NonlethalKO on a Gem. [[spoiler:This is even more impressive as it's not that it's designed to not be sharp enough to cut through a Gem, but that it simply ''can't'' cut through Gems. This is shown when it was capable of even poofing her, a Diamond, who's whose durability is so immense that attacks that'd shatter a normal Gem outright won't even ''poof'' them.]]



* PeerlessLoveInterest: A DiscountLesbians example and [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed as well]]. Pearl clearly saw Rose as her "liege" and made it her purpose in life to follow and protect her. These feelings became unhealthy during the war, however, given how Pearl would needlessly sacrifice herself for Rose during battle (something that Rose was very much against), convinced that her own life was worthless in comparison to Rose's. Her love for Rose also made Pearl blind to Rose's flaws, something that was explored in "Rose's Scabbard", where she became ''very'' unhinged after learning that Rose had kept secrets from her. [[spoiler:Makes sense why Pearl would act like this since she's the ''only'' other Gem, other than Rose herself, to know the truth that Rose is Pink Diamond and that Our!Pearl was her assigned Pearl. It also makes sense why Pearl would grow an unhealthy protection of Rose/Pink, after all if "Rose" ever poofed, everyone, Homeworld or Crystal Gem, would instantly know the truth.]]

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* PeerlessLoveInterest: A DiscountLesbians example and [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed as well]]. Pearl clearly saw Rose as her "liege" and made it her purpose in life to follow and protect her. These feelings became unhealthy during the war, however, given how Pearl would needlessly sacrifice herself for Rose during battle (something that Rose was very much against), convinced that her own life was worthless in comparison to Rose's. Her love for Rose also made Pearl blind to Rose's flaws, something that was explored in "Rose's Scabbard", where she became ''very'' unhinged after learning that Rose had kept secrets from her. [[spoiler:Makes sense why Pearl would act like this since she's the ''only'' other Gem, other than Rose herself, to know the truth that Rose is Pink Diamond and that Our!Pearl was her assigned Pearl. It also makes sense why Pearl would grow an unhealthy protection of Rose/Pink, after all all, if "Rose" ever poofed, everyone, Homeworld or Crystal Gem, would instantly know the truth.]]



** She kept a lot of secrets from the other Crystal Gems, the biggest probably being that ''she'' was the one who poofed and bubbled Bismuth after learning about the Breaking Point (and Bismuth's words implying that Rose was attacked by the Gem in response for disagreeing with her). As some have noted, the other Gems learning about the weapon could've not only caused a schism in the ranks of the Crystal Gems, but could have also caused Homeworld to retaliate even ''harder'' than they already did - which is saying something when they make their exit with a FantasticNuke.

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** She kept a lot of secrets from the other Crystal Gems, the biggest probably being that ''she'' was the one who poofed and bubbled Bismuth after learning about the Breaking Point (and Bismuth's words implying that Rose was attacked by the Gem in response for disagreeing with her). As some have noted, the other Gems learning about the weapon could've not only caused a schism in the ranks of the Crystal Gems, Gems but could have also caused Homeworld to retaliate even ''harder'' than they already did - which is saying something when they make their exit with a FantasticNuke.



* RaceFetish: Sort of, when Greg expresses his worries that being a human drives a wedge between them, she tells him that she "loves humans because they're all so funny" and it seems she believed that was enough for a romantic relationship to work. After Greg stands up to her however, she starts to realize that if a relationship is going to last there needs to be more than just fascination with the species.

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* RaceFetish: Sort of, when Greg expresses his worries that being a human drives a wedge between them, she tells him that she "loves humans because they're all so funny" and it seems she believed that was enough for a romantic relationship to work. After Greg stands up to her her, however, she starts to realize that if a relationship is going to last there needs to be more than just fascination with the species.



* TheReveal: She is central to the very biggest surprise of the series. [[spoiler:Rose is and always was a shape shifted Pink Diamond, who started a rebellion and later faked her own death thinking it would make Yellow and Blue Diamond to leave Earth alone. By extension, this means Pink Diamond was never shattered, but simply sacrificed her a physical form to bring Steven into the world.]]

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* TheReveal: She is central to the very biggest surprise of the series. [[spoiler:Rose is and always was a shape shifted shapeshifted Pink Diamond, who started a rebellion and later faked her own death thinking it would make Yellow and Blue Diamond to leave Earth alone. By extension, this means Pink Diamond was never shattered, but simply sacrificed her a physical form to bring Steven into the world.]]



* SatanIsGood: Where do we even begin? She's a rebel challenging the in-universe analogue to God to favour freedom, self-expression and nature. [[spoiler:With the reveal that she's Pink Diamond, the parallels get tighter since she's a "fallen" representative of "heaven", as well as a massive liar.]]

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* SatanIsGood: Where do we even begin? She's a rebel challenging the in-universe analogue analog to God to favour favor freedom, self-expression and nature. [[spoiler:With the reveal that she's Pink Diamond, the parallels get tighter since she's a "fallen" representative of "heaven", as well as a massive liar.]]



* SheepInSheepsClothing: In "Now We're Only Falling Apart", [[spoiler:[[BrokenPedestal Sapphire]] is enraged at [[BitchInSheepsClothing Rose's]] lies, believing her to be EvilAllAlong with the reveal that she's [[EvilOverlord Pink Diamond]] and that she [[ManipulativeBitch manipulated]] her [[FalseFriend fellow Crystal Gems]] into a [[WasItAllALie fake]] war for her own selfish purposes. Pearl and [[RebuiltPedestal Steven]], however, help Sapphire realize that the ideals Pink expressed as Rose were still genuine, and that Pink/Rose was inspired by her fellow Crystal Gems instead of using them. At the end of the episode, Sapphire understands.]]

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* SheepInSheepsClothing: In "Now We're Only Falling Apart", [[spoiler:[[BrokenPedestal Sapphire]] is enraged at [[BitchInSheepsClothing Rose's]] lies, believing her to be EvilAllAlong with the reveal that she's [[EvilOverlord Pink Diamond]] and that she [[ManipulativeBitch manipulated]] her [[FalseFriend fellow Crystal Gems]] into a [[WasItAllALie fake]] war for her own selfish purposes. Pearl and [[RebuiltPedestal Steven]], however, help Sapphire realize that the ideals Pink expressed as Rose were still genuine, genuine and that Pink/Rose was inspired by her fellow Crystal Gems instead of using them. At the end of the episode, Sapphire understands.]]



* StepfordSmiler: It's revealed that Rose was genuinely cheerful and kind, but [[spoiler:she was hiding from everyone, including ''Greg'', that she actually used to be Pink Diamond and gave up her true form so as to free the Earth and end the war early. Then she found out that in revenge the Diamonds sent the Corruption Beam, which ended up hurting most of the Gems remaining on both sides, and she could only save Pearl and Garnet. She had to poof Bismuth after the latter attacked her with the Breaking Point because Rose didn't want to murder her sisters or their soldiers, even if ''she'' had spun the story to make others view her as a killer. We also learn that as Pink Diamond she believed that her sisters didn't love her, and that they wouldn't miss her if she was gone, hence the faked shattering. Rose coped with her self-loathing and guilt for five thousand years by finding and bubbling the corrupted gems, taking on human lovers, and supporting plant life. During one of the few times she's vulnerable with Greg, she admits that she finds it amazing that humans can grow and change, because Gems are expected to be static]].

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* StepfordSmiler: It's revealed that Rose was genuinely cheerful and kind, but [[spoiler:she was hiding from everyone, including ''Greg'', that she actually used to be Pink Diamond and gave up her true form so as to free the Earth and end the war early. Then she found out that in revenge the Diamonds sent the Corruption Beam, which ended up hurting most of the Gems remaining on both sides, and she could only save Pearl and Garnet. She had to poof Bismuth after the latter attacked her with the Breaking Point because Rose didn't want to murder her sisters or their soldiers, even if ''she'' had spun the story to make others view her as a killer. We also learn that as Pink Diamond she believed that her sisters didn't love her, her and that they wouldn't miss her if she was gone, hence the faked shattering. Rose coped with her self-loathing and guilt for five thousand years by finding and bubbling the corrupted gems, taking on human lovers, and supporting plant life. During one of the few times times, she's vulnerable with Greg, she admits that she finds it amazing that humans can grow and change, change because Gems are expected to be static]].


* SharedFamilyQuirks: As the show goes on we learn that Rose had a lot of Steven's traits. In addition to the big ones, like their [[AllLovingHero love for all things]], they also share minor traits like [[WingdingEyes stars in thier eyes]] when they get emotional. "Now We're Only Falling Apart" establishes she used to ''laugh'' like Steven.

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* SharedFamilyQuirks: As the show goes on we learn that Rose had a lot of Steven's traits. In addition to the big ones, like their [[AllLovingHero love for all things]], they also share minor traits like [[WingdingEyes stars in thier their eyes]] when they get emotional. "Now We're Only Falling Apart" establishes she used to ''laugh'' like Steven.

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* CreateYourOwnVillain: In a sense. Most of the rebellion's animosity towards Pink Diamond comes from Rose's stories of her as a cruel and uncaring monarch, creating a "villain" for them to rise together against. [[spoiler:It's a complete fabrication. Rose Quartz was Pink Diamond, and slandered her own name, fought her own army, and rallied the Crystal Gems against ''herself'' to try and change things for the better]]. Much of Homeworld's animosity for the Crystal Gems also stems from Rose's [[spoiler:faked]] shattering of Pink Diamond.


->''"Isn't it remarkable, Steven? This world is full of so many possibilities. Each living thing has an entirely unique experience: the sights they see, the sounds they hear, the lives they live are so complicated... and so simple! I can't wait for you to join them."''

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->''"Isn't it remarkable, Steven? This world is full of so many possibilities. Each living thing has an entirely unique experience: the sights they see, the sounds they hear, the lives they live are so complicated... and so simple! I can't wait for you to join them."''


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->''"Isn't it remarkable, Steven? This world is full of so many possibilities. Each living thing has an entirely unique experience: the sights they see, the sounds they hear, the lives they live are so complicated... and so simple! I can't wait for you to join them."''


* HippieParents: The show's creator has explicitly described Rose as a "hippie parent" [[ParentalSubstitute toward Amethyst]], leaving Amethyst ignorant of what Homeworld made her for, and how she differed from most Amethysts, so she wouldn't feel any kind of limitations about what she could be. Despite not being there to raise Steven, Rose had the same attitude for him, wanting him to be whatever he wanted to be. This backfired to a degree, as both are left feeling like they don't have any purpose at all.

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* HippieParents: The show's creator has explicitly specifically described Rose as a "hippie parent" [[ParentalSubstitute toward Amethyst]], leaving Amethyst ignorant of what Homeworld made her for, and how she differed from most Amethysts, so she wouldn't feel any kind of limitations about what she could be. Despite not being there to raise Steven, Rose had the same attitude for him, wanting him to be whatever he wanted to be. This backfired to a degree, as both are left feeling like they don't have any purpose at all.


* DamageDiscrimination: Her sword is designed to slice through nearly anything and poof other Gems in one hit...but ''never'' their Gem, making it only capable of a NonlethalKO on a Gem. [[spoiler:This is even more impressive as it's not that it's designed to not be sharp enough to cut through a Gem, but that it simply ''can't'' cut through Gems. This is shown when it was capable of even poofing her, a Diamond, who's durability is so immense that attacks that'd shatter a normal Gem outright won't even ''poof'' them.]]


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* OnlyFleshIsSafe: Her sword is designed to slice through nearly anything and poof other Gems in one hit...but ''never'' their Gem, making it only capable of a NonlethalKO on a Gem. [[spoiler:This is even more impressive as it's not that it's designed to not be sharp enough to cut through a Gem, but that it simply ''can't'' cut through Gems. This is shown when it was capable of even poofing her, a Diamond, who's durability is so immense that attacks that'd shatter a normal Gem outright won't even ''poof'' them.]]


* NotSoDifferent: From the Homeworld Gems we've seen so far, at least at first. While they both have ''wildly'' different views on humanity and its existence, they share a common lack of regard for humans as intelligent creatures that can reason and think on a level Gems do. This manifests in the Homeworld Gems seeing humans as pests at best and an infestation on a potentially mineable planet at worst, while it manifests in Rose as seeing humans like we see domesticated animals; fun, cute, occasionally helpful and capable of being loved, with wills and intentions of their own that they should pursue, but also as a curiosity and a novelty. It takes Greg explaining the difference between loving something and being ''in love'' with someone on an emotional and mental level that pulls her out of this.

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* NotSoDifferent: From the Homeworld Gems we've seen so far, at least at first. While they both have ''wildly'' different views on humanity and its existence, they share a common lack of regard for humans as intelligent creatures that can reason and think on a level Gems do. This manifests in the Homeworld Gems seeing humans as pests at best and an infestation on a potentially mineable planet at worst, while it manifests in Rose as seeing humans like we see domesticated animals; fun, cute, occasionally helpful and capable of being loved, with wills and intentions of their own that they should pursue, but also as a curiosity and a novelty. It takes Greg explaining the difference between loving something and being ''in love'' with someone on an emotional and mental level that pulls her out of this. [[spoiler: She actually was a Homeworld Gem, ''Pink Diamond'', once upon a time, and was consciously trying to be different but had difficulty with truly relating to others]].

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