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She was my best friend, and I saw her get shattered to pieces by Rose Quartz..

—Citrine


Appearance

Pink Tourmaline was a Homeworld Gem that was shattered in the Gem War and belonged to Pink Diamond. She has a pink dress with diamonds, pink skin, a Pink Tourmaline gem (located on her chestal region), dark pink eyes, and a scar located on her forehead (that her hair is covering).

Personality

Pink Tourmaline was serious about her "job" and wanted Earth to die. In the Gem War, she was poofed and shattered, and was scared about it.

Relationships

Citrine

Citrine knew Pink Tourmaline as a friend, and they were both friends before Pink Tourmaline was shattered.

Aquamarine (Amxii)

Since Aquamarine was also Citrine's friend, she also knew Pink Tourmaline as a friend before she was shattered.

Pink Diamond

Before Pink Diamond was shattered, Pink Tourmaline (obviously) knew Pink Diamond. Not much is known about their relationship yet.

Trivia

  • Pink Tourmaline was shattered by Rose Quartz.
  • Some people call her Female.
  • This article is a WIP (Work In Progress), meaning that it is not finished and needs to be worked on.
  • This is Amxii's 2nd Homeworld OC, as well as 2nd OC, but 1st shattered OC.
  • Her birthday is in November because Opal and Tourmaline are the November Birthstones.

Gemology

Gemstone Information
  • Pink Tourmalines are the gemstones of November, as well as Opals.
  • The major tourmaline species include dravite, uvite, schorl, liddicoatite and elbaite. Schorl is the most common variety, making up nearly 95% of all tourmaline deposits, but it is not often desired as a gemstone.
  • Tourmaline is a boron silicate mineral often containing traces of aluminum, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, copper and potassium.
  • Tourmaline has very distinct gemmological properties which can help identify it from other similar coloured gemstones.
  • Tourmaline has superior hardness (7 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale), poor cleavage and strong pleochroism. Tourmaline is known to exhibit unique pyro-piezoelectric properties, which means crystals can produce and hold an electrical charge when subjected to mechanical stress, pressure or extreme temperature fluctuations, earning it the nickname of the 'electric stone'.

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