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WARNING! Unmarked spoilers for season 5 and Steven Universe: The Movie!

The home of the former corrupted Gems that were cured of their afflictions in "Change Your Mind". It's also where Peridot, Lapis, and Bismuth reside.

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    In General 
  • Horned Humanoid: All of the Quartzes, with Crazy Lace being the only exception, likely because she was fused when corrupted and thus had a different corrupted form.
  • Living Prop: The majority of the uncorrupted gems appear in the background and never speaking a word. The only ones with any sort of focus are Nephrite note , the Geode Beetlesnote , Larimar, Snowflake, Bixbite note , Cherry Quartz, Ocean Jasper and Blue Lace Agate note .
  • Walking Spoiler: Talking about them effectively spoils the conclusion of the original series, where they’ve managed to heal these gems, who were once corrupted.
  • Was Once a Man: All of them, except for the Rubies and the sole Lapis, were caught in the corruption blast and were turned them into feral monsters. They were healed with the combined effort of the Diamonds and Steven.



    Nephrite (Centipeetle) 

Nephrite Facet-413 Cabochon-12, aka "Centipeetle"
Click here for her original outfit 
Click here for her corrupted form 
Click here for her reduced corrupted form 
Click here for her semi-corrupted form 

Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (corrupted), Aparna Nancherlanote  (Nephrite)

"My team and I tried our best to make it out before the attack, but..."

The first corrupted gem to appear in the series, a corrupted Nephrite dubbed "Centipeetle". While corrupted, she's a very large, centipede-like Gem monster that attacks the temple in the first episode. She is the Gem Steven primarily focuses on while trying to heal the corrupted Gems.

  • Acid Attack: While corrupted, she can spit acid, which Steven weponizes with a signal in "Monster Buddies".
  • All Animals Are Dogs: When Steven befriends the smaller version in "Monster Buddies", she acts very dog-like.
  • Alternate Identity Amnesia: Zig-zagged; when partially restored from corruption, Nephrite had a spotty memory of events before and after being corrupted, and eventually remembers her corruption itself. She can also recognize Blue and Yellow Diamond when fully corrupted. When temporarily uncorrupted entirely, Nephrite shows no signs of recognizing Steven or awareness that she was corrupted. Once she is permanently cured, she seems to recognize Steven immediately.
  • Anime Hair: While corrupted, her white hair is very voluminous (and her drawings portray it as very spiky).
  • Benevolent Boss: She cares deeply for her crew, risking getting caught in the Diamond's attack to search for them and desprately trying to find them when she regains her memories of them.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: While corrupted, she is about the size of the temple.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Centipeetle can still eat (or at least taste), despite not having a throat to swallow food with — she just melts food in her mouth with the acid. Not that she needs to eat.
    Steven: I don't know how you eat with an eyeball in your mouth, but I'm glad you like it.
  • Body Horror: Steven's attempt to heal her only works partway, leaving her as a mix of Gem and centipede. Upon regaining her memories, she rapidly turns back to a full centipede as her body constantly glitches out.
  • The Captain: Had her own ship and her own crew, and by all appearances was a great leader.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: She's nowhere to be seen in Steven Universe: The Movie or Steven Universe: Future, despite her crew being prominent secondary characters.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Steven manages to partially heal her, giving her a somewhat humanoid shape for a while. Despite still looking quite monstrous and roaring instead of speaking, her mannerisms and the looks of joy she has while spending time with Steven make her still quite adorable.
  • Cyclops: Centipeetle has a single "eye" (actually her gem) in her mouth. In her uncorrupted form, it just functions as an eye.
  • Expressive Hair: While corrupted, Centipeetle's hair spikes up or curves down according to her mood.
  • Eye Scream: Steven tries to heal her a second time, but since her Gem is her eye, all it does is hurt her.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Her eye, which also happens to be her gem, is located in her mouth. It is usually located on her face while not corrupted, meaning it literally didn't belong there.
  • A Father to His Men: During the evacuation at the end of the Gem War, Centipeetle had time to get away on her ship or retreat via warp pad, but she had been separated from her crew and fell behind to look for them. Because she tried to make sure her team was safe, she got corrupted.
  • Friend or Foe: She was on Homeworld's side, but was caught by the Diamonds' attack on Earth, as was her crew.
  • Hat of Authority: Her black headdress marks her as a captain. It's her main identification in her drawings.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In "Monster Buddies", she pushes Steven out of the path of a falling rock, getting crushed and returning to her gem.
  • Hollywood Acid: She can spit acid that melts through almost anything, but it still doesn't do anything unless it comes in direct contact.
  • The Illegible: Subverted. While her "writing" first seems to be a bunch of scribbles, she's actually writing in Gem glyphs, and according to Pearl, it is "actually decently legible".
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: When Blue and Yellow Diamond heal her, she is brought back to the exact moment she became corrupted and she keeps repeating: "No, please, no! No, no, we're all gonna be...". It takes Steven's help to snap her into the present, but it doesn't last, reverting entirely the moment they let go.
  • Latex Spacesuit: Her original form has an outfit similar to the spacesuit Pearl wears in "Space Race" and "Back to the Barn" with extra decorations.
  • Logical Weakness: Her corrupted form is an insect, and being zapped with electricity stuns her long enough for the Crystal Gems to take her out.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: "Centipeetle" is a portmanteau of "centipede" and "beetle", and her corrupted form takes traits from both, particularly centipedes.
  • Monstrous Humanoid: Steven's attempt to heal her only partially succeeds, resulting in her Gemstone migrating back to her face to act just as an eye, and gaining human legs and arms while retaining an insectoid body, as well as healing her mentally, somewhat.
  • Mook Maker: As the giant Centipeetle, she can spawn smaller, dog-sized copies of herself.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: She was caught in the Corruption blast because she refused to abandon her crew and stayed to look for them after the evacuation order was given. In other words, she was punished for not being a Dirty Coward.
  • No One Gets Left Behind: Remained behind in an attempt to find her crew. Turns out her crew stayed behind to wait for her, too.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: She's the only one whose gemstone is changed by and moves around in her construct instead of being static, likely because she'd be stuck staring in one direction if it didn't move. The other Nephrites on her crew are also Cyclopses, but have non-gem eyes and different Gem placement.
  • The Noseless: Like Sapphire, she has no nose beneath her large eye.
  • One Bad Mother: At first referred to as the "Mother Centipeetle". Since she reformed and was no longer a Mook Maker, she's just called "Centipeetle".
  • One-Man Army: The giant Centipeetle Mother holds its own against all of the Crystal Gems at once, and would've won if it weren't for Steven's intervention.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: "Centipeetle" is just a nickname the Crystal Gems used for her and her duplicates when talking to Steven (which he sometimes shortens to "Centi"). Steven's partial healing doesn't restore her speech enough that she could say her name (beyond "Gurgle Click Click"), and despite the Gems reading what she wrote, they don't say her name either. When she was temporarily healed in "Legs From Here to Homeworld", she identifies herself as Nephrite Facet-413 Cabochon-12.
  • Portmanteau: Her name is a cross between "centipede" and "beetle", two animals she somewhat resembles.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Like all Gem monsters, after she's destroyed and reverts to a gem, she's sealed in a bubble and teleported to the temple for safekeeping. Becomes closer to Sealed Good in a Can after her Heroic Sacrifice, and later on she's freed for good so she can stay with her also corrupted crew.
  • Sleep-Mode Size: Upon regenerating in "Monster Buddies", she takes on a tiny form even smaller than her mook copies. After being partially healed but reverting to a corrupt form, she regains some size but is still nowhere near as big as her first appearance.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Subverted; she's a benevolent Gem and a a good friend to Steven, but she has sharp-looking spikes on her upper arms, as a general trait of uncorrupted Nephrites.
  • Starter Villain: As a Gem monster, she shows up in the first episode as an enemy that was dangerous to Steven but that he could help defeat even before he had any powers.
  • Super Spit: Her main power while corrupted is being able to spit an acidic goop from her mouth.
  • Tastes Like Friendship: Steven manages to tame her somewhat by feeding her chips.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chaaaaps. She likes them so much that Steven left a bag of Chaaaaps bubbled next to Centipeetle's gem in the Burning Room. At the end of Change your Mind, Amethyst gets her to jump into the healing pool by tossing a bag of Chaaaaps in it. When she emerges uncorrupted, she's still holding the bag in her mouth.
  • True Companions: Her whole crew was willing to risk to a Fate Worse than Death to try and find each other, then still waited for their captain for thousands of years.
  • Undying Loyalty: Even after being cursed to become a mindless monster for millennia, upon being healed she apologizes for not escaping the corruption attack in time and is instead happy because the Diamonds being here must mean Rose has been destroyed.
  • Was Once a Man: While reforming, Centipeetle briefly takes on a humanoid form, alluding to the fact that all Gem Monsters used to be normal Gems.
  • You Are Number 6: After she is temporarily uncorrupted, she immediately identifies herself as Nephrite Facet-413 Cabochon-12.

    Orange Spodumene (Worm Monster) 

Orange Spodumene
Click here for her corrupted form 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (corrupted)

A Gem that was caught in the Diamonds' attack and got corrupted, later attacking Steven and Connie because she wanted Connie's glow bracelet. She was healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • All There in the Script: Her real name was shown in the storyboard animatic for "Happily Ever After" on the Steven Universe: The Movie DVD.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Her uncorrupted form is a cute humanoid slug person.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: When she's healed in "Change Your Mind", she is stocky and has a visible single eye. When she appears in the Movie, there are now tentacles covering the top of her face, she is incredibly tall and slim, and her gemstone is now in her pelvis rather than her chest.
  • Horror Hunger: Implied while corrupted; She's a Gem, so she does not need to eat, but she keeps obsessively hunting down and trying to eat glowing things.
  • Knotty Tentacles: While corrupted, she's tricked into tying herself around the dock, then pulling into collapsing it on herself.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: While corrupted, her screams could shake the Earth from miles away.
  • Monster of the Week: She hunts after Steven and Connie in "Bubble Buddies" for Connie's glow bracelet.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Due to corruption, she and Larimar are the only characters to have four fingers as opposed to the normal five.
  • Off-Model: In the movie and Future, she's frequently depicted with five fingers instead of four.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: In mineralogical terms, Spodumene isn't that well known in popular culture.
  • Was Once a Man: She was a corrupted Gem, but has since become uncorrupted.

    Geode Beetles of Heaven and Earth 

Geode Beetles of Heaven and Earth
Click here for the Heaven Beetle's corrupted form 
Click here for the Earth Beetle's corrupted form 

Two Gem beetles, the Heaven Beetle and Earth Beetle, collected from their homes as the driving plot of "Giant Woman". They were healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • Baleful Polymorph: Their corruption just seems to have stuck them in the form of beetles with full sapience. The Heaven Beetle at least has a room with miniature furnishings, bongos to play, and even a game system.
  • Damsel in Distress:
    • The Heaven Beetle was eaten by the Big Bird. Both of them were also cloistered in their respective temples for an unknown reason.
    • Both of them almost get crushed under a pot in the movie until Lapis dives in to save them.
    • While the Gems are playing baseball in "Everything's Fine", a stray ball nearly breaks the window they were in front of before Steven catches it.
  • The Dividual: They're always shown together after being cured, and even live in the same house.
  • Lilliputians: Being purified of their corruption in "Change Your Mind" shows that their small size is not part of their corruption — they're naturally that height.
  • Meaningful Name: The Heaven Beetle is high up in the air, and the Earth Beetle is underground.
  • Non-Indicative Name: From the movie on, they're still referred to solely as the Beetles of Heaven and Earth (or Heaven/Earth Beetle), even though curing their corruption means they're not beetles anymore. They're possibly just nicknames that stuck.
  • Super Toughness: The Earth Beetle is at the bottom of a boiling lava lake, which only Garnet can swim in. The Heaven Beetle at least was being gnawed on by a goat without injury. After being uncorrupted, both were visibly unharmed when their house was destroyed with them inside.
  • The Voiceless: Despite a notable presence on several scenes, they never speak onscreen.
  • Was Once a Man: They were both corrupted Gems, but have since become uncorrupted.

    Watermelon Tourmaline (Giant Pufferfish) 

Watermelon Tourmaline
Click here for her corrupted form 

Watermelon Tourmaline is a permafusion between two Tourmalines. She was corrupted in the Diamonds' attack on the planet, harassing the Crystal Gems and the Pizzas in "Beach Party" before being bubbled. She was healed and her components reunited in "Change Your Mind".

  • Acrofatic: Due to her round shape, she's able to bounce around instead of walk.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Both corrupted and uncorrupted, Watermelon Tourmaline has a green and pink color motif and a spherical shape.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Not exactly gorgeous like Rose Quartz, but in her uncorrupted appearance she's always pleasantly smiling and has adorably chubby cheeks. Added with the snazzy looking sweater draped over her shoulders, she's very cute.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Her form seen at the end of "Change Your Mind" had broad shoulders (seemingly indicating just two arms) and spikes on the cheeks. Her form in the movie and Future looks like a giant pink/green marshmallow with a completely smooth head as well as Blush Stickers and four arms. She is also a fusion, rather than the single gem from "Change Your Mind".
  • Exotic Eye Designs:
    • While corrupted, her pupils were either rectangular or diamond shaped — the latter is a bit odd, as those were later established as a trait specific to the Diamond Authority.
    • Uncorrupted, her eyes are mismatched and rectangular, because those are actually her gemstones.
  • Monster of the Week: Of "Beach Party".
  • Painful Pointy Pufferfish: A boogie board gets impaled on one of her spines while corrupted. Ironically, she's defeated when punctured by an equally pointy glass shard.
  • Stealth Pun: Watermelon Tourmaline was smashed during the Beach Episode. In "Change Your Mind", her gemstone also resembles a watermelon slice.
  • Super Breath: While corrupted, she can shoot out an unending stream of high-pressure air from her mouth.
  • Was Once a Man: She was a corrupted Gem, but has since become uncorrupted.

    Larimar (Ice Monster) 

Click here for her corrupted form 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (corrupted), Michelle Maryk

"One day, I'll make you scream, Steven."

A Crystal Gem from the war, she was corrupted during the Diamonds' attack; afterward, her corrupted self guarded the Shooting Star. She was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • Aliens of London: She speaks with a strong Swedish accent.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy: Inverted. Her uncorrupted form has black sclera with white eyes, but fascination with screaming aside, she's incredibly sweet.
  • Cephalothorax: Her corrupted form is a giant chunk of ice with a face on it, with arms and legs.
  • Creepy Child: "Little" Larimar is even smaller than Amethyst and has a bizarre fascination with screaming. However, she isn't evil since she's a Crystal Gem and admits that she likes the sound of laughter more in the end.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In "Change Your Mind", her appearance was more astonishingly appropriate, as she looked like a blue human with a spiky hairstyle, and her eyes were open instead of shut. She was redesigned for the movie to better resemble her corrupted self; in particular, her original design had a rounded gemstone despite the gemstone having a faceted, Rupee-like appearance while poofed, while her redesign keeps the original look of her gemstone.
  • Eyes Always Shut: After being uncorrupted, her eyes always remain closed, even as she's panicking or doing something that would require her to see.
  • Friend to All Children: She grows especially fond of handing out prizes to kids because she loves the sound of their happy laughter.
  • Good Feels Good: Her reason for loving the sound of humans screaming is because she loves hearing them scream from delight, meaning she's eager to help people have fun and be happy for no reason beyond it feels good to help them enjoy themselves.
  • An Ice Person: While corrupted, she's made of ice and lives in a cavern full of snow and icicle-like formations. Oddly, she doesn't seem to have ice powers when not corrupted, and instead uses her claws to carve ice.
  • An Ice Suit: She's a Gem with ice powers and appears to be wearing a coat, thick scarf, and boots.
  • In-Universe Nickname: Bismuth calls her "Little Larimar" when she sees her bubbled gem in "Made of Honor".
  • Jagged Mouth: A remnant from her corruption, her mouth has a zig-zag shape to it, though her teeth are normal.
  • Loves the Sound of Screaming: She considers human screams of excitement to be her favorite sound, with human laughter coming close. Conversely, she doesn't love screams of terror.
    Larimar: [while frantically trying to turn off the out of control roller coaster] THESE ARE NOT THE SCREAMS I WISH FOR!
  • MacGuffin Guardian: Her corrupted self prevented the Crystal Gems from reaching the Shooting Star, a powerful artifact found deeper inside the mountain.
  • Monster of the Week: Simply appears in "Monster Buddies" for the Gems to defeat.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: She is a tad too enthusiastic about making people scream (on the roller coaster) but really just wants them to be happy and panics when they start screaming in fear when the roller coaster goes haywire.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Due to corruption, she Orange Spodumene are the only characters with four fingers instead of the normal five.
  • Sleepyhead: Amethyst kicks her off the baseball team for taking a nap in the middle of the infield.
  • Was Once a Man: She was a corrupted Crystal Gem, but has since become uncorrupted.

    Bixbite (Crab Monster) 

Click here for her corrupted form. 

A Gem that was corrupted during the war, she attacked the beach in "Rising Tides, Crashing Skies" before being bubbled. She was healed in "Change Your Mind", and got a job working at Fish Stew Pizza in Future.

  • Cyclops: She has only one eye on her head, both in her corrupted form and after she’s been healed.
  • Expy: Her design is very similar to that Darrel's from Ian Jones-Quartey's other series, OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes.
  • Giant Enemy Crab: In her corrupted form, she closely resembled a crab and vastly outsized the Crystal Gems.
  • Go for the Eye: Her huge eye was her obvious weak spot when she was corrupted.
  • Mini Mook: While corrupted, she could summon tiny versions of herself, one of which pinched Ronaldo's hand.
  • Power Pincers: Her right hand stayed a claw after the de-corruption. She uses it to her advantage while working at Fish Stew.
  • Supreme Chef: According to Steven, the pizzas she was cutting are the best he's ever seen, and she's shown skillfully chopping multiple ingredients at once to top a pizza.
  • The Voiceless: Doesn't speak in "Guidance" despite having a secondary role.

    Snowflake Obsidian 

Snowflake Obsidian
Voiced by: Ian Jones-Quartey

One of the original Crystal Gems that was corrupted by the Diamonds' attack, though what she became is unclear. She was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

    Biggs Jasper (Great North Monster) 

Biggs Jasper
Click here for her corrupted form 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (corrupted)

One of the original Crystal Gems, who was corrupted by the Diamonds' attack and became the Orange Great North Monster. Jasper tried to use her as part of her Corrupted Gem army, but she was poofed and bubbled in "Crack the Whip". She was healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • 100% Adoration Rating: Bismuth describes her as "loved by everyone", which is shown further in "Change Your Mind" during the uncorrupting scene; Biggs pops up from the pool, confused, and despite the music playing over any potential dialogue, Bismuth is clearly seen mouthing "BIGGS!" upon seeing her, then dives headfirst into the pool for a tackle hug.
  • Art Evolution: Her gem was much more detailed while corrupted. After being uncorrupted, her gemstone also went from hexagonal to round.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Along with all the other Corrupted Gems, her body and mind were warped beyond recognition.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: Much like Sapphire, her eyes are covered over by her hair.
  • Eyeless Face: In her corrupted form, her head had no visible eyes or nose, being basically just a mouth with horns. Consequently, she appeared to go mostly by sound. Despite her hair hiding them, she does have eyes while uncorrupted, as cracking her gem results in an eyeball being on her finger.
  • In-Series Nickname: Is referred to as just "Biggs" by Bismuth.
  • It Can Think: While corrupted, she retained enough intelligence to communicate with Ocean Jasper and split up while fleeing to throw off their pursuers.
  • Nice Girl: Bismuth describes her as being a friendly and extremely well-liked Crystal Gem.
  • The Noseless: She doesn't have a nose.
  • Was Once a Man: She was a corrupted Gem, but has since become uncorrupted.

    Ocean Jasper (Snow Monster) 

Ocean Jasper
Click here for her corrupted form 
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker (corrupted), Michaela Dietz ("Guidance"), Kimberly Brooks ("A Very Special Episode")

One of the corrupted Jaspers found in the Great North. Jasper tried to use her as part of her Corrupted Gem army, but she ran off after their failed fusion attempt in "Earthlings". She was later poofed and bubbled offscreen, and was healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • A Day in the Limelight: She's prominent alongside one of the Nephrites and the Heaven and Earth Beetles in "A Very Special Episode" and is the only one of the four to have any speaking parts.
  • Eyeless Face: Like Biggs, her head has no visible eyes or nose, even after being uncorrupted.
  • It Can Think: While corrupted, she retained enough intelligence to communicate with Biggs and split up while fleeing to throw off their pursuers.
  • Mighty Roar: While corrupted, she lets out a roar that shakes the screen while spitting out a steam cloud.
  • The Noseless: She doesn't have a nose.
  • Was Once a Man: She was a corrupted Gem, but has since become uncorrupted.

    Cherry Quartz 

Cherry Quartz
Voiced by: Kimberly Brooks

A Gem that Steven heals in "Little Homeschool".

  • All There in the Script: Her name wasn't mentioned in the show and was instead revealed via the credits.
  • Audience Surrogate: Since she was only uncorrupted fairly recently compared to the other corrupted gems, Steven tells her about everything that has changed since her absence. Unfortunately, nothing he says makes sense to her at first because he's talking about people she's never met.
  • Demoted to Extra: After a semi-prominent role in her debut, she becomes a background character for the rest of the series.
  • Foil: To Jasper, given how both are muscular Quartzes who are seen interacting with Steven. However, while Jasper is abrasive, self-absorbed and somewhat violent, Cherry is somewhat approachable and adaptable. While Jasper has a wild mane and asymmetric horns, Cherry's hair is tied up in a neat ponytail and her horns are neatly placed on her head. And finally, while Jasper's colorscheme consists of harsh reds and oranges, Cherry's is a more muted orange surronded by a friendly pink.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: The only uncorrupted Quartz (besides Jasper) whose eyes are visible, though it's still unclear whether the others even have eyes.

    Blue Lace Agate 

Blue Lace Agate
Voiced by: Michaela Dietz

A Gem that was corrupted in the war that was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • Hidden Depths: Apparently she's a good enough baker that Lars actually has her take over his shop when he decides to go back to space.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Auditory example, she's the only full Agate in Little Homeworld, but speaks with the voice of Michaela Dietz, who usually only voiced Amethysts up to this point.

    Angel Aura Quartz 

Angel Aura Quartz
Voiced by: Kimberly Brooks

A Gem that was corrupted in the war that was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

    Zebra Jasper 

Zebra Jasper
Voiced by: Kimberly Brooks

A Gem that was corrupted in the war that was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

  • Cleavage Window: Parodied; the diamond-shaped "hole" on her chest is actually her gemstone.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted; Jasper and Ocean Jasper's fusion, who was introduced earlier, was referred to as Zebra Jasper by Rebecca Sugar.

    Crazy Lace Agate 

Crazy Lace Agate
A permafusion between two unknown Gems, Crazy Lace was a Crystal Gem that fought in the war and was Corrupted by the Diamonds' attack on Earth. Her components were later healed in "Change Your Mind".
  • Fusion Dance: She is a fusion of two Gems, presumably both Quartz.
  • Rollerblade Good: She can often be seen rollerskating, even while working at Beach City Funland.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Her shoulders are broad and her arms are thicker then her legs, given the appearance of her top half being larger than her bottom half.
  • Unseen No More: Mentioned as early as "Bismuth", finally appeared in person in "Change Your Mind" and was named in "Guidance".

    Lace Amethyst 

Lace Amethyst

A Gem that was corrupted in the war that was later healed in "Change Your Mind".

    Ruby Bodyguards 

Ruby Bodyguards

Voiced by: Charlyne Yi
Ruby Bodyguard 1
Ruby Bodyguard 2

A pair of Homeworld Rubies that emigrated to Earth by Future, and are now employed as Mayor Nanefua Pizza's bodyguards.

  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Both of them wear black suits, which covers up the paler Ruby's gem on her left forearm.
  • Happiness in Slavery: They didn't seem to have any issue being disposable grunts on Homeworld, as they mainly work as bodyguards to feel like they still have their old jobs.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Their suits cover up their gemstones most of the time, but they can still be told apart by one being a paler shade of red than the other.
  • Playing with Fire: The redder Ruby set fire to a wad of money, a purse, the boardwalk, and herself while employed as a flower deliverer.

    Nice Lapis Lazuli 

Freckled Lapis Lazuli
Voiced by: Jennifer Paz

A rogue Lapis Lazuli who enjoys terraforming worlds alongside her pal, "Mean" Lapis. Later defects to Steven's side and moves to Little Homeworld.

  • Affably Evil: Even though she likes destroying worlds, she is the nicer one between her and Mean Lapis.
  • All There in the Script: She's called "Nice" Lapis in the credits and closed captions.
  • Arc Symbol: She has the blue diamond emblem on her halter top.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Her freckles resemble the gold speckles which appear in some real lapis lazuli stones.
  • Bare Your Midriff: As per usual with Lapis Lazulis, her halter top is short enough to expose her stomach.
  • Beta Bitch: Takes the role of the ditzy, nicer assistant to Mean Lapis' Alpha Bitch role.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: She does show an interest in dancing, unlike her companion. She eventually visits Little Homeschool on Earth.
  • Heel–Face Turn: At the end of "Why So Blue?", she reforms and enrolls at Little Homeschool.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: It's made clear that she isn't actually malicious. She’s just following what both she was doing her whole lifetime and what her partner tells her to do. She even dances along with Steven and Lapis before “Mean” Lapis glares at her to stop.
  • Obliviously Evil: Was honestly confused about how the Hostile Terraforming she'd been doing her entire existence could suddenly be wrong.
  • One-Shot Character: She only appears in "Why So Blue?".
  • Youthful Freckles: She noticeably has gold-colored freckles, and her demeanor is similar to that of a teenager.