Spinel is a gem created by Japkot they are made for the purpose of Roleplaying,
He is very much off his bonkers.
He is a nimble and lanky gem, the same height as a pearl, her gem is on the center of his chest, his appearance modifiers containing various shades of blue.
He usually holds an unsettling grin, flashing all of his teeth, his eyes is a deeply contrasting and unsettling dark yellow, and his hair is blood red, flowing wildly over his shoulders. with a lock dyed black.
The biggest feature used to describe Spinel would be insanity, he is irrational, unsensible, unengotiable, and etc, he is out for her own good, and will let nothing stand in his way,
His unstable mind also affects her normal state, he often burst into random laughter, his words doesen't make sense and he has random ticks appearing in the most unusal of times.
He is loyal to no one, so it is unknown if her attitude changes for people she considers friends,
They possess standard Gem abilities, including weapon-summoning, bubbling, shape-shifting, fusion, regeneration, agelessness and superhuman strength/durability.
- Sword Proficency: Spinel is primarily a swordsman, prefering the use of his sword instead of her other powers,
- Ferrokinesis: Spinel can create, shape and manipulate metal, a solid material.
- Insanity Empowerement: Spinel becomes stronger, faster, more durable by the insanity of oneself and others, possibly unlocking abilities related to the affinity and enhancing the existing powers.
- He was inspired by Joker, from the movie Suicide Squad
- Spinel is a mineral group.
- For many centuries, most gem spinels were misidentified as sapphire or ruby because they have similar properties and occur in the same geological deposits. The historically significant 5.08 centimeter "Black Prince Ruby" in the center of the British Imperial Crown was only recently identified as a spinel.
- This stone is irregular in shape and has a somewhat squareish outline.
- Additionally, it was not faceted, merely polished.
- Spinels also occur in a vast array of colors.
- They are slightly softer than sapphires but still very durable.
- The earliest known use of spinels was as ornaments found in Buddhist tombs in Afghanistan.Blue spinels have been found in England, dating back to the Roman occupation (51 BC to 400 AD).