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With the corrupted gem bubbled and sent away, Turquoise could only do one thing to keep the rebel gem from healing it before it was completely shattered: wasting her time. The longer this fight would take, the larger the chance that corruption would die, and the likelier this rebel wouldn't use it in her fight against the loyal gems. Anyone with a keen enough eye would have noticed that she wasn't comfortable about this whole situation. She didn't want this fight to take place - or at least she didn't want it to happen with her in it. But now she had no choice in the matter, and as the rebel summoned her war hammer, Turquoise started to wonder whether she'd be able to see the rest of this day.
As she kept swinging both grappling hooks around like a pair of propellors, the sand beneath them got blown up, causing the air behind Turquoise to get filled with a cloud of dust. Noticing this, Turquoise suddenly had an unexpected thought. Whilst backflipping towards a pillar, she used the swinging hooks to blow a large cloud of sand and dust towards the rebel. Hoping to have disappeared from the gem's sight, she used one of the hooks to climb on top of the pillar.
Post by Blue Topaz "Tazmania" on Sept 29, 2016 15:34:58 GMT
A throaty grunt emits from behind the veil of dust and the warhammer is lobbed headfirst where Turquoise was originally standing, embedding in a pillar. "Loyalist scumbag!" she manages to insult in between coughs as she exits the cloud, waving sand away from her face and looking around with clenched fists. She gestures ritualistically and her warhammer twinkles into nothing, then reforms in her hands slowly as the magic travels back to her. "Where are you! Did you run away to hide behind a Quartz, you goddamn coward??" she rants, stalking along between the pillars, looking for Turquoise, completely failing her Wisdom roll and forgetting to think to look up.
"You newer gems are all so self righteous and pleased with yourselves, but you can't even summon the COURAGE to get your edges dirty! You're just cowards! Upper Crust cowards! Do you know what I am, loyalist?? I'm a Blue Topaz! I'm a glorified SCOUT, and I don't even blink before going toe to toe with the kinds of monsters and brutes you hide from! You're a disgrace!"
At this point she was mostly venting, searching fruitlessly for her prey.
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Note: This Roleplay is an AU to Steven Universe, with its own Story to tell that will deviate from the show. While the show focused on Rose’s Son Steven, The RP instead presents an AU, where Rose started the rebellion conflict in modern day instead of 6000 years ago, and the story focuses on the conflict between the Homeworld loyalists, and Crystal Gem Rebels.
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Differances Between the Roleplay and the Show
•Within the Show, Rose Quartz Rebelled against Homeworld 6000 years ago. On the Site she waited and only started the rebellion in 2013
•In the Show, Pink Diamond was Shorter then the other Diamonds, and only had a short time commanding her Colony before the rebellion started. On the Site, as Rose Hesitated, Pink has had several thousands of years experience in managing her colony, and additionally is of a height and stature the same as Blue and Yellow Diamond.
•In the Show, the Colony was very early in production before the rebellion happened, thus explaining the lack of frequent Gem structures on Earth. In the Roleplay, the Earth has the same amount of Gem structures as the show, buts its because construction on Pink's colony was very slow due to Earth being on the furthest Edge of the Gem empire
•In the Show, the Crystal Temple was implied to have been built after the Rebellion, On the Site, its implied to have been retrofitted from a Homeworld Temple structure.