Bismuth is an ex-Homeworld gem that was poofed and bubbled during the Rebellion, and only a month before the ending corruption attack conducted by the Diamonds. Her bubbling was her only protection against the attack, and it proved to be the only reason that she was not turned into a mindless beast, like the rest of her kin. Bismuth is currently bubbled inside of a small chest located somewhere in the Strawberry Battlefield.
Bismuth, being a defective gem, stayed inside of the ground for approximately 100 years; this obviously mean that she has the opposite bodily figure of normal Bismuths, who are usually massive and burly. This particular Bismuth, is extremely short, standing at 3'11" and weighing only 86 pounds. She has light lavender skin, and rainbow dreadlocks that are colored shades of orange, yellow and pink, which are held in twin pigtails. She wears a standard Homeworld builder's uniform, consisting of a light maroon croptop with a light pink flap that reveals her gemstone, which is located on her navel. She also wears light fushcia tights and pink boots.
Bismuth is a very childish gem, and knows extremely little about Earth, as she only spent one year on it until she was poofed and bubbled in the war. As her intended job required little intelligence and more brawn, she is extremely clueless and practically useless in situations that require any sort of attention. She is ditzy and will often get distracted by small things with little to no importance to her.
Bismuth possesses standard gem abilities, such as shapeshifting, bubbling, and immortality. She is also capable of fusions;
- When fused with an Amethyst, they form Druzy Quartz
- When fused with a Ruby, they form Star Ruby
Ferrokinesis: Bismuth can create, shape and manipulate metal, a solid material (an element, compound, or alloy) that is typically hard, shiny, and features good electrical and thermal conductivity. Metals are generally malleable—they can be hammered or pressed permanently out of shape without breaking or cracking—as well as fusible (able to be fused or melted) and ductile (able to be drawn out into a thin wire).