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He is friendly toward almost everyone he meets (even to his detriment), rarely .. Steven is the most durable character in Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. Regardless, Steven is willing to defend Rose, like when he snapped at Lars for One notable exception is in "Joy Ride" where he confesses to the cool kids that he. Such as in the end of "Lars and the Cool Kids", the music sounds like a dramatic ending . (Though I would to see Uncle Grandpa meet the Eds. Quirky cartoon values family, fun, and finding your purpose. . There is so much to admire about the show, like its visuals and soundtrack, as well as its pacing. In "Lars and the Cool Kids" one of the characters scolds Steven for putting on his .. when the parents of Connie (poc), Steven's friend, want to meet his parents.
She smashes the glass in front of her and Stevonnie wake up from the dream. More on the potential unreliability of the dream later.
She probably loved growing that stubble and admired it on every reflective surface. The lore goes deep, yo. Yellow Pearl took work selfies with Yellow in the background. Is this what Centi is? Bismuth did mention a Nephrite pilot and well, take a look at a nephrite gem.
That bird blob monster has got to be one of the most ridiculous and adorable creations the Crewniverse has ever made. Gretchen lost it when it started blorping away at the end. Lars and Sadie are just best friends, you guys! Totally not a couple at all! Did you catch how Padparadscha was the only Off Color who knew Emerald missed on purpose? Her predictions have always been played as a joke, but the ability to accurately predict the past and know exactly what happened and why can be incredibly useful.
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Does this mean she was defective somehow? Is there a significance to the code sequence Yellow enters? Gretchen has theorized in the past that White Diamond is actually a fusion of all three of the other diamonds since blue, pink, and yellow are the primary colors in the CMYK color wheel used for printing. Or it could mean nothing. Does this mean we have to wait a whole year for White?? With how long Cartoon Network hiatuses are, probably.
Seeing Lars in charge, confident, and leading a group of misfits in shenanigans across the galaxy is so satisfying. Plus, he was so extra he might as well be a Skywalker.
Being a captain is just one more step for him. Yet, we still get glimpses of his vulnerability underneath when it comes to Sadie. Steven Universe has never been shy with allusions to other films, tv shows, books, and comics. Subjugation by a foreign invader? A race of organic plant-based mineral, gem-based alien women who explored Earth in the mythic past and are now back to reclaim it? The things Emerald mentioned sound so cool! Given how long they were separated in the last Steven Bomb, seeing Stevonnie together again for so long, and so comfortably, fills us with joy.
Them saying goodnight to themselves? That little detail, plus their sheer delight in it, goes such a long way in normalizing non-binary and gender non-conforming presentation.
We finally got to see her on screen and learn about her personality. It was fun to see confirmation of the fan speculation about Pink being the lowest tier diamond. Seems the Diamond sigil itself represented the tiers of gems with White at the top, Blue and Yellow sharing the middle tier, and Pink at the bottom.
Now we got to see a bit of what that looked like. Yellows tend to be arrogant, self assured, bossy, pragmatic, and self-important. Think of Yellow herself and Yellow Pearl looking down their nose at those they perceive of as inferior. Blues tend to be more subdued unless riledwith a tendency toward melancholy, withdrawal, serenity bordering on passivity, and insightfulness.
Lapis struggles with depression, Blue herself with overwhelming grief, and Sapphire withdrew into herself when upset rather than lash out like Ruby. Pinks also tend toward immaturity or being overbearing when thwarted. I want my own ARMY! Jasper and Peridot share some of the Yellow traits, with Peridot evincing more of the arrogance, pragmatism, and self-importance whereas Jasper is bossier and self assured. But where Peridot falls into moroseness and despairJasper turns belligerant.
Amethyst also shares the Blues tendency toward self-doubt and despair alongside her happy-go-lucky, carefree, impulsive side. Children look like their parents, it seems, even in gem societies. The independent streak and desire for recognition mixed with a natural leadership ability that Pinks all seem to share may also explain why Rose, a Pink, rebelled when none of the other gems prior to her had done similarly.
Yet we know Yellow eventually caved. His alter-ego Tiger Millionaire is the best example of Steven letting his passionate side get the better of him. The one and only time he has shown true anger and prejudice toward someone is Kevin in " Beach City Drift " for the way he treats Stevonnie. His dislike and desire to best Kevin lead him to fuse with Connie, and the anger Stevonnie inherits is strong enough that they hallucinate, causing the fusion to fall apart.
It is Connie's sensible nature that convinces him to let his anger go. Deep down, Steven feels guilt over his mother not being around, and a feeling of inferiority over not being able to live up to her reputation. He is unwilling to talk about this with the Gems due to thinking they blame him for Rose being gone. The only people he has opened up to about it are Amethyst, Bismuthand the Cool Kids.
He told Amethyst that the reason he is working so hard is that he is not Rose Quartz, and told Bismuth that he does not think he can live up to his mother's standards in the Gems' eyes.
In " Mindful Education ", it is revealed that Steven harbors guilt over the unfortunate events upon Bismuth, Jasper, and Eyeball.
Like his guilt over Rose, he tries to keep these worries secluded in his heart and tries not to think about it, convincing himself he had no other choice. After it is revealed by Eyeball in " Back to the Moon " that Rose Quartz shattered Pink DiamondSteven has become more independent and rebellious towards the other Crystal Gems and their authority over what he is supposed to know.
In " Steven's Dream ", he openly argues with Garnet for not telling him why he shouldn't find the broken Palanquin, figure out his dream, and why he is shedding a constant flow of tears. As he has discovered more about his mother and the effects her actions have had, he has started to show both anger towards her and guilt over what she has done.
Alternate Ending " shows that he has become somewhat paranoid about anything having to do with Rose and her secrets and in " The Good Lars " has called her a war criminal. These feelings come to a head in " Are You My Dad? However, when Rose Quartz's crime comes into question, Steven was shocked upon the revelation of the flaws in his mother's crime and the possibility of a Diamond being responsible for Pink Diamond's death instead of Rose Quartz. Matt Burnett and Ben Levin have stated that he learned he was wrong about who Rose was, and wonders whether he has to carry the moral grayness that she had or if he can be stronger and different.
He tells Amethyst in " What's Your Problem? That's a big dynamic for Steven as the show goes on. He just wanted to meet his mom at first. He had all these questions about who she was and know that he knows he wishes he didn't in a lot of ways. He still doesn't know definitive answers about a lot of things. He was especially frustrated when the Gems wouldn't always tell him the truth about things or how things really were.
That's going to be a struggle for Steven for a while. At this point, because I don't know the whole story, I can't say.Admirable Animation #36: "Lawnmower Dogs" [Rick & Morty]
I don't think Steven knows if he can at this point. As associated with his gemstone, Steven's powers are maternal in nature and his control of his gemstone is based on emotional clarity. Steven has shown to have some abilities of a regular Gem, but sometimes has little control over them due to not receiving enough training. He can warp using the Warp Pads and bubble objects and gemstones to be teleported to the Temple with seemingly full control.
He is not strictly oxygen-dependent and is vacuum-resistant as shown in " Ocean Gem " and " Space Race ". He also shows that he is able to fuse, as he can fuse with Connie to form Stevonnie. While in the beginning, they tend to fuse spontaneously when they dance and while thinking about each other, by "Beach City Drift" they fuse and re-fuse into Stevonnie at will.
Furthermore, he has also been shown to be able to fuse with other Gems as well, as he first fused with Amethyst to form Smoky Quartz in "Earthlings". Steven is also capable of shapeshifting, but he has not yet learned to fully control it. His first attempt in " Cat Fingers " was disastrous, temporarily turning him into a cat monster.
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He has not been able to change his form entirely but can freely shapeshift parts of his body as seen in " Too Short to Ride ".
His greatest feat in shapeshifting is seen in " Steven's Birthday ", where he is able to use shapeshifting to make himself appear older. Despite his happy-go-lucky and cheerful attitude, he shows himself to be a competent shield fighter and is able to hold his own in most situations with his skill consistently increasing due to practice.
Despite being educated in an isolated environment and never attending conventional school, he possesses a good deal of knowledge not only on general topics, but also in scientific and technical fields like physics, chemistry, and geography due to being educated by the highly intellectual Pearl. However, due to the Crystal Gems' own obliviousness about some human activities, he is quite oblivious about some social terms, like "nuclear family". The prime example is during his conversation with Connie about a family gathering in which Connie mentions the concept of a nuclear family, which makes Steven think that she thinks the Crystal Gems are radioactive.
Another example is that when Connie introduces Steven to her favorite novel series, Steven had no idea about the order of the books in the series and was reading them out of order.
When fused with Connie, they form Stevonnie. When fused with Amethyst, they form Smoky Quartz.
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Natural Abilities Fluctuating Age: As revealed in the episode " So Many Birthdays ", Steven can manipulate his age through his state of mind. Steven's age depends solely on how old he thinks he is.
Uncontrollable age-changing could also potentially be caused by his emotions like most of his powers. Steven possesses some level of the natural shapeshifting abilities typical of Gems, which he first displayed in " Cat Fingers " when he shapeshifts his hands to have cats for fingers, but he lost control of this rather quickly.
As of " Too Short to Ride ", he is shown to be much better at using this ability than before, being able to stretch various parts of his body at will repeatedly, though as with Amethyst he can only do this for a certain amount of time and his half-human nature puts more of a strain on his body than it would a Gem. However, he has not yet demonstrated the ability to transform his entire body into something else.
Steven occasionally performs feats of strength that would be impossible for a human boy his age, or even a grown man. In " Together Breakfast ", Steven is able to lift and force the Together Breakfast in its mutated state into the lava pool in the Burning Room without the other Crystal Gems' assistance. He also displays a large amount of strength in " Arcade Mania " when he rips off the top of the Meat Beat Mania arcade game to break Garnet from her trance.
He displays an even further amount of strength in " The Return " when he smashes Greg's van's dashboard with a single punch, apparently hard enough to both shatter it and activate the airbags. Later on in " Friend Ship ", he is shown to be strong enough to throw his shield hard enough to stun Peridot. When Peridot is unable to open the lid to the power grid in " When It Rains ", Steven is able to open it with little effort, though this may have been for comedic effect as opposed to an actual feat of strength.
He is able to rip off the control panel from the drill machine when it malfunctions in " Too Far ". In " Drop Beat Dad ", he easily lifts a crate of musical gear, a task that requires two adult humans to achieve. As Gems are much stronger and durable than their appearance would indicate, Steven's superhuman strength is most likely passed down to him from his mother. In even more recent episodes, his strength is even more evident, as he was able to throw a large stone statue back at Bismuth, hurl a large rock at Amethyst, and throw Peridot into the air like a ragdoll.
As seen in " Future Boy Zoltron ", Steven's strength is underestimated and unintentional in situations by even himself, as tapping the Zoltron robot made it fall over and shatter into pieces.
In " The Zoo ", he punched his father with enough force to knock him back several feet and easily carried him overhead as he ran from the Zoomans. Steven's strength was further demonstrated in " Tiger Philanthropist ", when he managed to fight off several conditioned adult men without tiring, including being able to lift an adult male human above his head and throw him a considerable distance.
Steven has been shown to exhibit martial arts moves while wrestling during " Tiger Philanthropist ". Due to his superhuman strength, these moves can easily injure or knock out other humans when used by Steven. As shown in " Greg the Babysitter ", Steven has the power to travel faster than any normal human. As shown in " Steven vs. Amethyst " and " Bismuth ", Steven is more durable than what his human physiology and stature would lead one to believe. Befitting his nature as a half-diamond Gem, his body can take a great amount of punishment, as seen when Amethyst swings him down from the air and into the floor of the Ancient Sky Arena, he is able to stand up and continue fighting despite being seen with torn clothes, scratches, and bruises.
In "Bismuth", when Bismuth tossed a training statue at Steven and slammed him into a wall during their fight, he emerged with several scratches yet was not badly injured. In " Adventures in Light Distortion ", Steven's durability allowed him to handle the full force of faster-than-light space travel.
While the other Crystal Gems were unable to hold their physical forms together, Steven was not only able to survive, but also show no sign of internal or external injuries.
Because Steven is half-human, he is resistant to anti-Gem weaponry. He can pass through the yellow destabilization fields used in the Gem Warship and can grab the live end of a Gem Destabilizer with only mild discomfort. It is unknown what long-term exposure would do to him.
Though never directly stated, Steven is shown to be extremely intelligent in his own right. He is a natural problem solver, as most of his early adventures relied on him using intelligence and creativity to get himself out of trouble without the use of his powers.