An aristocrat who watches over the gems who serve Blue Diamond.

(Note: design is outdated and needs a redesign!)


Aquamarine is a very tall gem who's height almost matches the diamonds. She has a long face and nose, slanted eyes, and puffy lips with blue lipstick. Her teal hair is smooth and drapes over her left eye. The curved streaks in her hair resemble water. Aquamarine's armless torso features a transparent crystal corset. It's attached to an odd dress made out of moving waterfalls. Rarely is she ever seen with her eyes open, but those who have seen it claim it's pitch black with glowing blue pupils. Her gemstone is located on her long neck.


Cold and sadistic, Aquamarine is not one to show kindness. She keeps her emotions locked away in order to appear menacing. The beryl is often rather disrespectful towards the members of her court. One of the reasons she keeps her eyes closed is that she doesn't want to look at unworthy faces. This doesn't mean she's unable to care, but she often shows it in secret. Aquamarine has shown affection to members of her court, specifically her pearls. But many in her inner circle know how much she loves Blue Diamond. On multiple occasions, she's seen to be very protective of her court members. However, Aquamarine is hostile towards them if they don't do her job right. She's only like this to impress her diamond. Courageous and always speaks her mind, she's not one to mince words. In fact, she speaks with clarity and intimidation, suitable for her role. Aquamarine knows what is and what's not the right thing to say according to each gem she talks with. She's always level headed and calm, rarely ever gets mad. When she does, she opens her eyes to show it.


Aquamarine has standard gem abilities.

A very powerful, but slow moving gem. She doesn't need weapons to fight and focuses on her abilities instead.


  • Leadership: As a manager for gems serving Blue Diamond, Aquamarine must naturally have good management skills. She often keeps tabs on her gems and will quickly notify them if they stray from their task.

Unique Abilities:

  • Gravity Manipulation: Aquamarine's signature ability. She can create, shape, and manipulate gravitation. However, she has limited range. The farther away an opponent is from her, the weaker her powers are.
    • Gravitational Upforce and Downforce: She can increase and decrease gravity at will.
      • Weight Manipulation: The natural gravitational adjustment gems have can be manipulated by Aquamarine. She make gems lighter or heavier.
      • Levitation: Aquamarine can decrease her gravity significantly in order to float.
    • Floortilting: She can shift the direction in which gravity pulls on objects.
    • Gravity Crushing: Aquamarine can use gravity fields to crush someone or something.
    • Gravitational Force Field: Capable of creating a force field from gravity. She can't hold it for very long and it can only be formed on one side.
    • Gravity Aura Reading: Because gems have gravity shifting and adjust their mass to local gravity levels, Aquamarine is capable of sensing others by their gravitational field. However, she can only sense them from within her estate.
  • Hydrokinesis: A sub ability that came as a result of her main ability. She can control water by gravitational pulls.
    • Water constructs: Aquamarine is capable of creating constructs she can control. She only uses it to form hands for herself.


The beryl was designed to be much larger than other aquamarines to signify her as head manager. Since her creation, Aquamarine has worked tirelessly in managing the gems who serve Blue Diamond in order to win her favor.


Blue Diamond

Aquamarine was smitten by the diamond when she first saw her. She claims she's never saw any other diamond who matched Blue Diamond's beauty. Because of this, she keeps her eyes closed as she has already seen perfection.

Blue Eyris Pearl

Aquamarine's pearl. Understands that Blue Eyris is a servant, but treats her nicer than the other gems.


  • The reason Aquamarine doesn't have any arms is because she doesn't need them. She only forms hands from water to fight or appear intimidating
  • Aquamarine's character design is based off of the Venus/Aphrodite de Milo statue.
  • Her waterfall dress was designed after this aquamarine formation.
  • N.R. Wynter created Aquamarine because the gem is her birthstone.



Faceted Aquamrine

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Raw aquamarine with muscovite.

  • Aqumarine is the name for cyan to blue-green colored beryls.
    • As a member of the beryl family, aquamarine has a chemical formula of Be3Al2Si6O18, hardness of 7 ½ to 8, and a hexagonal crystal structure.
    • Aquamarine gets its color from a combination of iron and Fe2+(ferrous ion) impurities.
      • When combined with Fe3+(ferric ion), it results in a deep blue color. This is an aquamarine variety called maxixe or blue beryl.
  • It's the second most popular beryl variety, only exceeded by emerald.
  • This beryl has fewer inclusions than emerald, resulting in almost perfect crystal formations.
  • It occurs in granite pegmatites and lessly miarolitic cavities within granites.
    • The beryl can be found with other minerals like quartz, feldspar, and muscovite.
  • The formation process beings when magma under the Earth's crust interacts with mineral-rich rocks under mountain ranges. Magma cools as it enters fissures and crevasses of pegamites. The minerals in these rocks heat up when they interact with the magma and creates beryl crystals.
  • Brazil is the leading supplier of aquamarine.
    • Karur, India recently became a big supplier for aquamarine as well.
    • Other aquamarine mines are located in Australia, Myanmar (Burma), China, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Zambia and Zimbabwe, and several locations in the U.S.
  • The name aquamarine comes from the Latin words "aqua marina" meaning "sea water" or "water of the sea".
  • There is a lot of lore tied to this stone.
    • Legends state the origin of aquamarine was they came from the chests of mermaids.
    • Aquamarines were used by ancient Greek and Roman sailors, believing it would protect them from dangers at sea and sea sickness.
    • In Antiquity times and the Middle Ages, people believed that the cosmos is reflected in gemstones.
  • Approperiately called the "Stone of the Sea", aquamarine is a calming, soothing, and cleansing, and inspires truth, trust and letting go.
    • The stone inspires courage, helps anger, and releases stress.
    • It's a big communication stone, assisting in overcoming fear of speaking and communicate with clarity.
  • Aquamarine is the official birthstone of March.
    • The gemstone is used as a gift to celebrate the 16th and 19th wedding anniversaries.


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