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Grounded. He knew he would be after defying Garnet's orders, but at least she hadn't banned him from tv again. Of course, even Crying Breakfast Friends got boring after you were onto the second hour of it. He wanted to go outside, and he wanted to see Connie. Both were forbidden for about three days though. He wasn't even allowed to go grocery shopping with Pearl and Amethyst. It was a task that Pearl detested, but for Steven (and Amethyst) it was essential.

"I just want you to know that even though I'm really sorry that I disobeyed you, I'm not sorry for doing it. If that...makes any sense." He was in the living room with Garnet, dusting as she mopped. He shuffled back and forth awkwardly. "I don't apologize for going after Jasper."

He expected the woman to get angry at him. Instead she smiled and ruffled his hair. "I had a feeling you wouldn't."

"Do you think...she'll be okay?" Steven asked hesitantly. Garnet didn't say anything. "Do you feel bad for her?"

"Yes," the leader agreed. Steven couldn't tell, but from behind her visor she looked sad. "No matter who they are and what they've done, nobody deserves such a fate. Even someone as terrible as Jasper. When it comes down to it, the gems from Homeworld are only doing what they're dictated to do by Yellow Diamond."

"So she isn't really bad?"

Garnet shook her head. "She is. We may not have a choice bred on that planet, but she did have a choice when the rebellion started. She could have chosen our side. Instead she chose Homeworld's, even knowing that everything Homeworld did was evil. Some of us had the courage to break away. Others were too far gone... Jasper was one of them."

The boy's face fell a little. "Oh. Do you think...she has any chance now?"

"I don't know." Garnet shook her head. "I know you're worried about her..." She smiled. "You have a large, and wonderful heart. But Jasper's chance at redemption is the least of my concerns right now."

"Garnet...why do they do all of this?" He looked up sadly. "Why do they cause so much pain?"

She thread her fingers through his hair. "Oh Steven... If only the rest of the world was as pure hearted as you. Sometimes there is no good in things. Sometimes there are simply bad people that want to destroy. The world isn't all one color. There's black, there's white...and in the middle, there's gray."

"Homeworld is black?" Steven asked. Garnet's lips curled down.

"The blackest that there is. At least, parts of it are. The part that forced Jasper and probably countless more together."

"Where's the white?" Steven asked. "Us right?"

"Not even us. Even as Crystal Gems we did too much to this planet beforehand for us to be entirely blameless." She ruffled his hair. "Now it's just about making up for it, which we can at least start to do by protecting the planet your mother loved so much."

Steven was quiet for a moment. He played with his sandals. "What are we going to do about Jasper?" He looked up at Garnet with fear in his eyes. "We-we aren't gonna hurt her, right?"

"I hope not," Garnet said grimly. "But she's a threat Steven. No matter what's happened today, that hasn't changed. If she gives us reason to we'll have to incapacitate her some way." She put a calming hand on his head. "But we won't kill her."

"Maybe she'll change her mind and realize that Homeworld is a really bad place..." The child gave a yawn, his plump cheek resting against her leg. "And she'll fight with us."

Garnet shook her head and picked up the boy. "If she wouldn't back when the rebellion began I don't think she will now." She gave a serene smile as the boy's head fell against her chest. "Right now you need to sleep. You've had quite a day."

"I'm not tired," the boy mumbled petulantly into her shirt and Garnet chuckled softly as she plopped the youngster onto his bed. Steven scrambled for Lapis's gem the moment he saw it. He covered himself with the blanket and clutched the gem to him like a teddy bear.

"When Lapis wakes up I'm going to take her to The Big Donut," he yawned. "And buy her ocean scented candles so she feels more at home." He turned onto his side and his eyes shut.


He was pressing away at his gamecube controller at the start of the dream, playing as a small avatar on one of his favorite areas of "Animal Trails", surrounded by bunny and bear villagers.

"Beartrice!" he chirped at the screen as a maple colored bear showed up. "You're looking mighty fine today! I love your new stripe top! And are those new glasses?"

The bear turned to him with a happy chirp. "Yes they are Steven! Thank you for noticing!" The bear suddenly climbed out of the screen with the bunnies and into the room. Steven giggled excitedly. "We've come to play!"

"Okay great! Um we can go get pizza, or go to the arcade!" He giggled at the thought since these were game characters themselves.

"We want to do anything you do!"

The mingle of dancing characters suddenly transformed and the bedroom disappeared. Steven yelped as his surroundings were suddenly filled with water. The child gave a gasp and held his breath. It felt like his lungs were going to burst until a bubble suddenly appeared around him. "Huh?" His eyes adjusted and the first thing he saw was the blue hair.

"Lapis!" The squeak that leaped from his lungs was the happiest sound he had ever made. "Lapis!" He put his hands up against the bubble excitedly. "Lapis, it's you!" The figure on the other side smiled and touched where his hands were on the bubble.

"Steven! What are you doing here?" Lapis grinned, just as excited and confused to see him. She looked healthier. Her dress was no longer torn and her blue skin was no longer marred with cuts. She was the same Lapis he freed from the mirror, only happier.

"I don't know!" Steven laughed. "I just went to sleep and next thing I knew, I was in the water! Is this the inside of your gem?"

"Yes. " She floated there in the water, and Steven marvelled at just how free and happy she looked. For the first time in eons, she was no longer bound by chains. She took a deep breath of the water. The dew shaped gem on her back sparkled at the movement and her tidal wings flapped gently like a butterfly's.

"When are you going to come out?" He didn't want to rush her—he knew this sort of thing took time, but he was so eager to actually spend time with his friend. "Soon, right? Like, really soon?" So much for not rushing her.

Lapis chuckled. "I think so. I'm almost done regenerating." She shuddered. "Washed off the final remains of imprisonment. You'll see me soon."

The boy nodded, bobbed up and down in the bubble as an impish grin crossed his face. "So wanna play?"

Lapis blinked in confusion. "Play what? You're inside a bubble," she smirked. "I don't think there's much you can do from inside there." She straightened haughtily. "And I'm in my element right now. You have no hope of beating me in anything here." She was cut off as the bubble suddenly bumped into her side and she gaped at the cheeky boy.

"Oh, you asked for it, little boy!" She lunged up in the water and Steven shrieked and giggled, pushing up on the bubble so it glided through the water.

"Yay! Bubble tag!" He squealed and giggled as the gem reached for him with her finger tips, missing by an inch. The bubble was surprisingly more mobile then he thought it would be, rolling about like a soapy hamster ball. "Eat my bubbles, Lapis!"

"I'm going to when I catch you!" The pair laughed and played like Steven always dreamed they would one day. It was a wish come true. It was just him and Lapis, in the peacefulness of the water.

"St-Steven!" Lapis's blue eyes suddenly became wide as dinner plates as she stared at something behind the child, and started to back away. She looked like she had seen a ghost, and Steven did not want to turn his head. "Steven look out!"

Before he even whirled around he could feel a tremendous force sucking him backwards. He heard it too; it roared and slurped like an industrial drain and dragged him further and further away from Lapis. "What's happening?!" he cried, screaming at the sight of a giant gaping whirlpool. It was a black vortex that seemed to flood away into the unknown. That was even scarier. "Lapis!"

The bubble he was in suddenly popped and he was tossed mercilessly into the swirling water, flushed away like someone pulled a handle on a toilet. The terrified gem above him screamed for him, but all he heard was the roaring water, until finally, Lapis and the water disappeared from view.

Steven held his breath in the water and shut his eyes. He didn't know where he was going to end up. He prayed it was his bed and that he'd wake up safe and warm with Lapis's gem next to him. With the rate his dreams went there was no telling where he was.

Water droplets echoed through his surroundings and even the atmosphere changed. It was not the cool, but safe sanctuary of Lapis's gem. Where ever he felt ominous. He fell with a water drop and hit cold pavement below. It was pitch black; the only light that flooded in was a small barred window above.

"Lapis?" Steven called out. His voice echoed. Muted sounds of crying and screams echoed from the distance and Steven trembled. He looked around. "Lapis?" From in the darkness, Steven heard a shift on the gravel. There was a small, hunched form against the wall. "...Lapis?"

Golden eyes met his, and the cracked, orange jasper on her face glinted in the light.


The small gem, around Amethyst's size scrambled back against the wall. Her tiny fangs bared in uncertainty and fright. "Who are you?" she growled, face blazing. "Speak up!"

"I-I'm Steven," the boy stammered. He held up his shirt and the rose quartz shone. "I'm a gem just like you." It was then he noticed the heavy chains on her wrists. "Are you okay? What happened to you?"

"How did you get in here?" Jasper demanded. She suddenly cried out in pain, her body and her fragmented gem flickering like a bad tv signal. "Argh!" She screeched in agony and flickered into a white light. The cracked gem began to slowly mend and Jasper's face contorted in pain.

"What's going on?" Steven cried, watching as she spasmed against the ground in pain.

"The fusion..." Jasper grit her teeth and gripped her head, back arching in agony. "It's almost done. AUGH!" Her form glitched again. Red stripes began to form up her arm.

"Fusion..." Steven gasped. The cracked gems... "They fused you?" Jasper stared at him as if he had three heads.

"Of course they did, you idiot!" she snapped. "You're in the fusion chamber!"

"The..." A feeling of utter horror crept up Steven's spine. "The fusion chamber?" He listened closer to the screams. They were more close-by then he thought. Screams, young screams of agony rippled through the air. He could hear the frantic pulling of chains and the way they dragged on the ground. "NO!" Tears filled the boy's eyes and he trembled. "Why are they doing this?!"

"You really don't know anything," Jasper scoffed. "You must be a newborn. They fuse together weaker gems sometimes instead of recyling them. If they think they have the potential to be good weapons they'll do it. Either that or they'll break down the gems to use them for recycling."

"Recycled...? That's so horrible! Don't they realize the pain they're causing other gems?!"

Jasper gave a bark of laughter. "And you think that matters to them? They want their warriors and their war machines and they'll do whatever it takes to get them."

"Why are you in a cage and ch-chained?"

"They keep you in a cage until you're stabilized," Jasper muttered. "Some gems go berserk during this process and just attack anything. Others just scream so much from the pain and hurt themselves trying to get out. Not many survive the fusion process. The ones that do are removed from the cages and put into training when they're ready."

Steven whimpered and let out a sob. "Not many survive?" He clawed at his ears at the sounds of crying and screaming all around him. He reached for the chains, yanked at them desperately. They rattled and clanged, but stayed stubbornly cemented to the wall. He had to do something. He had to get her out!

Jasper laughed sarcastically. "You think I haven't tried that? I've tried everything I can. Biting them, yanking at them. It's no use. They're proofed for gems. We aren't able to break them. I'm stuck in here, and it looks like you are too."

"No, I can break this!" Hope fluttered in his chest. "I'm a half gem! Gem-proof stuff doesn't work on me because I'm part human!" He twisted at the chains, and to his relief, he saw they were starting to glow and crack.

Suddenly, Jasper reached out and yanked him forward."Stay in the dark!" she hissed and pushed the boy up against the wall as two pairs of footsteps drew near. Two gems. One had shoulder length black hair, a black gemstone glinting on her shoulder. Her eyes were as friendly as a hungry wolf. The other gem reminded him of a porcupine. A yellow one. Her hair was jagged in all different angles, like a lethal star. The symbol on her chest...was a yellow diamond. Steven felt his knees go weak.

"How are the fusions doing, Onyx?" Yellow Diamond's voice chilled him almost as much as the cold cell.

"So far seven out of twenty have survived," Onyx responded, looking down at a chart in her hand. "This one..." She gestured towards Jasper. "This one seems to show the most promise."

Yellow Diamond was just inches away from the bars now and Steven whimpered until Jasper painfully jammed her elbow into his ribs. The leader's eyes burned into the boy's soul with more evil then he had ever seen. A cold smirk snaked across her lips. "Excellent. Yes, I had high hopes for that one. Enroll her into training tomorrow." Jagged claws reached out and caressed the heavy chains. "You're going to be a powerful warrior..."

"NO!" Steven cried out suddenly in a panic, wrenching away from the orange gem and stumbling against the wall. It suddenly gave way to total darkness and the boy just kept running. He ran and ran and ran until he slammed into what felt like a large tree trunk. He slammed back onto the ground, face throbbing. The tree trunk moved, and it was orange.

"The hell are you doing back here?" Jasper barked down at him, annoyed and confused. He was back in Kindergarden again, in Peridot's control panel. All the terrified boy could see was Yellow Diamond's cold grin beating at his memory.

Where is she?!" He stumbled against the panel like a spooked raccoon, knocking over Peridot's papers and reports. "Where am I?!"

Jasper stared at the boy and snarled. "What do you mean where are you? The same place you intruded your bratty self earlier! I gave you a free pass last time, but I might not be so nice this time!"

The child was paper white and shook like a leaf. Tears fell from his trembling cheeks, overwhelming anguish taking over. "I'm sorry!" he sobbed. "I—I couldn't stop it! I-I tried! B-but there were so much chains, and then she came-! If I just had more t-time-!"

The annoyance on the other gem's face turned to confusion. Her brows furrowed, almost looking concerned. "Stop what? What are you talking about?" A flash in his mind: the shrieking, and Yellow Diamond's cold, cruel smile."Keep her away from me!" he cried, dashing over to the large gem and hiding behind her legs.

"Keep what away from you? What's the matter with you, brat?"

The child stared at the red stripes on her arm and the one adorning her face. All he could think about was the screaming. He practically hugged Jasper's leg. "I don't like this! I want to wake up! Please just let me wake up!"


He jolted upright in his bed with a strangled cry, drenched in sweat and tears. He kicked the blankets off him desperately. Anything right now felt like Yellow Diamond reaching for him, constricting him. Terrified, he reached under the covers for Lapis and clutched her gem tightly to his chest.
Shattered Realities - 2
So I was struck with inspiration and for now I'm taking off the complete tag! Steven's telapathy really interests me and there's sooo much that can be done with that. I have to wonder, to what extent does it go? Also didn't think that Steven was traumatized enough, ya know? Also a big thank you to the lovelies that reviewed me and begged for this to continue. Thanks to you, it will!

Steven Universe (c) Rebecca Sugar
("It was at this point that Jasper finally looked up. Gone was the malice from her face and the murder in her eyes. Emotions flashed across her face all at once; shock, fright...and then a devastating realization." Nothing will ever be the same after Jasper is found in Kindergarden and a dark secret is unearthed. But Steven won't let anyone face pain alone. R&R)

Steven wasn't sure he ever wanted to return to Kindergarden after the things he had seen. He already knew it wasn't a happy place the day Amethyst brought him here, but after the horrors they witnessed last time they were here...

"This place gives me the creeps." he shuddered. He squeaked when Amethyst grabbed him from behind.

"Ouuuu, scared big guy?" Amethyst teased. "Scared of some creepy gem monster coming after you? Or Jasper? Or Peridot? Ohhh, they're gonna eat you!" She tickled the child and he squirmed about, laughing.

"Stop it you two!" Garnet scolded. "This is serious! There's no telling what we'll wind up finding this time! Peridot has likely been back here since we have—and since Malachite unfused...Peridot may not be the only one here."

"You mean Jasper?" Steven looked fearful at the thought. "At least we managed to save Lapis." He thought back to his friend and still remembered the shock they all felt when she washed up on the beach, her dress torn and her body weak. Her gem was currently tucked securely under the covers of his bed. He hadn't wanted to leave her, but taking her defenceless gem to a place where she'd be vulnerable to any danger was a bad idea.

"Yes," Pearl agreed. "But with Jasper on the loose that could mean even more trouble for us... We have to be on our guard, keep diligent. With the clusters running free in Peridot's chambers..." She trailed off.

"It's dangerous for all of us," Garnet agreed. "Steven, you are to stay behind us at all times." They entered the transportation pod. "Do you understand?" The child nodded.

They landed at the panel and already were able to see the white mane of hair hunched over the buttons.

"Damnit, how does she do this thing?" Jasper cursed as she glared at the many levers, buttons, and screens. "Would be so much easier if the dork was with me..." She was a soldier, not a technology freak like Peridot was. ...She didn't know what she was doing. She was supposed to do logs, right?

"Uh..." She pressed a button to the speaker. "Log 1, the experiments seem to be successful, that I've seen. There's still more in progress, and I know there's supposed to be some roaming around here..."


Jasper whirled around to see her enemies in battle-ready positions, weapons sheathed, with the pathetic little Rose Quartz creature hiding behind Garnet's legs. "Oh it's you all. I was kind of hoping you'd show up." She rammed her fist into her palm. "I need some target practice and some punching bags to warm up on after being imprisoned in that cesspool you call an ocean."

"Bring it on Big Shot!" Amethyst snorted. "We'll take you on any time! I was hoping to find someone to BEAT UP TOO!" She lunged at Homeworld gem and all hell broke loose. Weapons clanged, things smashed, and hatred spewed as the group of gems began to viciously attack each other.

"Child's play!" Jasper snorted as her helmet rammed forward and smashed into Pearl's sword. "That little ocean brat was more of a challenge then you!"

Garnet snarled, her gauntlets baring with absolute fury. "How much of a challenge is THIS?!" Her fists rammed forward, and splintered into one of the pillars as Jasper ducked the punch. They group ignored the falling debris until a chilling shriek made their blood run cold. All they saw was a blur of colors and tangled limbs as the enraged mutant burst out.

The gems could only watch on in mute horror as the deformed mass of shattered remains suddenly lunged forward and consumed the orange gem before their very eyes, sending her into the mass. Orange bled into the blob of screaming and suddenly Jasper's own screeches did as well.

"Holy smokes!" Amethyst staggered back with her comrades, and Garnet shoved Steven behind her.

"We've got to get out of here!" She grabbed the child's hand but he immediately yanked away.

"No! Garnet! We can't just leave her like this!" Steven cried. His eyes darted back and forth between the nightmare monster and the panicked gems. "We've got to get her out!" The screams of the separate voices were chilling. "It sounds painful!"

"Good and she deserves it!" Amethyst returned. Her whip wrapped around the child to hold him there. "We gotta go!"

"NO!" He wormed around desperately in the sparkling binds and looked up to the taller gem with tears in his eyes. "It's wrong! Garnet, please, save her!" He begged. "Th-this isn't a fate that should happen to anyone!" His voice broke, wide tearful eyes staring pleadingly into the leader's. His earnest face was enough to break her.

Untangling the boy from the rope Garnet shoved him into Pearl's arms and then approached the mutant. It writhed in confusion and terror in front of her, a mass of eyes and two very discernible, surprisingly frightened golden ones. Garnet took a deep breath and reeled back with her gauntlets, punching the creature.

With a final agonizing shriek the creature exploded into several smashed up pieces of gems, each taking a humanoid form before dissipating into nothing. The last gem to fall from the mass was Jasper...but the gemstone was in separate shards.

"NO!" Steven cried, fearing she might be dead. To the gems' utter disbelief the three shards flashed a white light, and took on several small shapes of mutated looking silhouettes, before the jasper reformed and Jasper fell to the ground in a heap.

"What on earth?" Pearl gasped, all of their eyes staring at the orange form. "She's a fusion...?"

"No." Garnet shook her head quietly. "She's a forced fusion..."

It was at this point that Jasper finally looked up. The look on the buff gem's face was among nothing that Steven had ever seen before in his short time of knowing the muscled gem. Gone was the malice from her face and the murder in her eyes. Emotions flashed across her face all at once; shock, fright...and then a devastating realization.

The Crystal Gems stood on their guard with their weapons drawn, but they made no attempt to attack. Scepticism crossed their faces, but there was something entirely on Garnet's. Sympathy...and sadness.

Jasper's golden eyes trailed down to the shard on the middle of her face and slowly a hand reached to the gem, brushing over her face like she couldn't believe what what it was. ...And for the first time she really couldn't. This wasn't possible. She looked back at the gems, realizing with horror that she had an audience. She grabbed a large piece of equipment with a ferocious snarl. Garnet reached out and grabbed Steven protectively, but just when they were sure she was about to lob the machinery at them, the machine slammed into the wall behind them, causing the rocks to crumble to the ground. Jasper bolted to her feet and out of the opening.

Blind sided, Steven pulled away from Garnet and rushed over to the opening. "Jasper!" he shouted. "Jasper come back!" The large orange gem ignored every shout and clambered up the rocky cliff side of Kindergarden.

"Steven!" Garnet jumped out to grab the boy but the child dodged her attempts to grab him and barrelled through the opening Jasper created, latching to the rocky wall. It was like scaling a mountain and he had no idea how she did it so easily.

"Steven, get down from there right now!" Garnet shouted up at him. Pearl looked ready to go into a state of catatonics and Garnet looked angry enough to tear him apart. He gulped as he continued to blatantly defy her orders. This was ridiculously hard to do.

"No I can't! I gotta..." He shook his head. "I gotta make sure she's okay!" His feet slipped and he heard Pearl give a shrill shriek as parts of debris gave way from the ledge and Steven began to fall.

A rose bubble came up and encased the boy as he teetered on one of the edges of the cliff, pushing the bubble forward so the weight pressed him against the wall. Scrambling onto all fours he lunged back at the wall and was stunned to find himself starting to scale it inside the bubble. "Whoa!" There wasn't the time to marvel at that right now though, so for now Steven kept running up the wall.


He didn't even want to comprehend the amount of trouble he was going to be in from this. I'm going to lose tv for forever! He sniffled dramatically, tearing up at the devastating prospect. But he couldn't focus on that, so he just kept running up the wall, his scrabbling feet pushing off the cliff like a ramp and sending him hurtling up into the air.

"Whoa!" The child yelped and threw himself against the side of his bubble, tossing himself into the dirt of the cliff's edge. The rose bubble disappeared and he started looking around. He could hear his family's voices shouting at him from below. "Jasper!"

He had never been on top of Kindergarden before. It was not less desolate and frightening then the bottom of it. It seemed even lonelier somehow. Steven walked until he saw a mane of long white hair, picked up casually by a breeze. "Jasper!"

The orange gem had her back turned to him and was on her knees in the dirt. Her confident form was hunched in a way Steven never thought he'd see her as. Quiet...broken. The danger in her eyes had been replaced by bewilderment. She looked utterly lost and dazed.

"Jasper...?" The large gem didn't respond and Steven was certain that she didn't even realize he was there until he made the mistake of touching her arm.

She sprung to life with a vicious snarl and the boy squeaked as she summoned her helmet into place, smashing the spot he would have been if he hadn't rolled away. "Wait!" He held up his hands in surrender, but she charged again, viciously. "Jasper!"

Her devastation channelled into the only emotion she really knew: rage. And the only target she had right now was him, so she continued the attack. She rammed at him again and again, but again and again Steven avoided her. That made her angrier. When she finally struck him his bubble came up and she bounced off it with an enraged scream.

"Jasper..." Steven began meekly. Jasper whirled away from him, her voice coming out in one fierce, hateful bark.

"BEAT IT, BRAT! BEFORE I CRUSH YOUR GEM UNDERNEATH MY FEET!" That might have been enough to scare Steven away if he didn't hear the crack to her voice and the way it broke from pain. Her form hunched again, staring down at the vast lands of the deactivated facility.

A moment passed and the wind blew through the air. Steven slowly shuffled forward. He looked down at the dirt and back up at the woman.

She sensed his presence still and her teeth bared. Large fists clenched in frustration. "What do you want?" she snapped, frustrated and pained. Why couldn't the little parasite just leave her alone?!

Steven shrunk underneath the glare of her golden eyes. He fiddled with his fingers. " didn't know, did you?" he mumbled. Her shoulders hunched over before she bristled.

"Know?" She gave a furious and manic cackle. "Know what? That I'm nothing but a science project? That my entire existence and everything I've lived for is a lie? That I'm just a mash up of gems blended together? No." Her jaw set. "No I did not. I never knew that." Her fist slammed down on a rock and she smashed it to dust. The closer Steven looked the more he was sure that Jasper's golden eyes seemed a little glassy.

"I'm really sorry."

Jasper snarled and swiped at him, sending him onto his back. "I don't need any sympathy from YOU, Rose!" she seethed.

Hesitantly Steven got up and bravely scooted closer. He was so close in fact that his knee nearly brushed the larger one. "I...I'm not Rose Quartz," he said quietly. "I'm her son, Steven. St-Steven Universe." He held up his shirt. "I just have her gem! See?"

Jasper scowled at the pink gemstone and looked back out to the sky. "Oh, so that's where she went." It was quiet for a long moment. Both Jasper and Steven sat in silence, almost a rare tranquillity. It was so strange sitting next to the big scary gem and not have her try to do anything to him.

"Is this why you called fusion stupid?"

"No, I called fusion stupid because fusion IS stupid!" Jasper snarled. "Stupid and weak and pathetic! And now I definitely know why I never tried it!" But now she knew that she was a fusion... A forced together mash of other life forms. Just an experiment. Her knees came up to her chin, a rare and vulnerable position. She shut her eyes.

"But when fusion isn't a forced can be really beautiful," Steven told her, smiling.

"Don't start with the sappy crap," Jasper snarled. "It's what weaker gems do to hide the fact that they're too pathetic to make it on their own. It's just a cheater's way out instead of training in the military like an honorable warrior."

The child was quiet for a long moment. "Is that the only point to Homeworld? Is that the only thing that matters to them is strength? If all you do is fight then when is there ever the time to live and enjoy life?"

"We enjoy in the middle of our conquests," she said coldly. "After every successful battle, and every successful invasion."

"All you do is kill?" Steven's face fell. "Haven't you ever realized how wrong that is? Haven't you ever wanted to stop it?"

"You don't go against Yellow Diamond, brat," was all Jasper said. She jerked a thumb over to the bottom of the canyon. "Not unless you want to end up like those broken pieces of glass glued together." Her face fell. "Then again, that's what I am..."

"Fusion can still be incredible-"

"Countless gems on our planet have been SHOVED together against their will, ME INCLUDED! We're in the process of sticking the rest of the gems that died on this miserable earth together as well!" Jasper barked at him. "How could that possibly be beautiful?"

"It's not." Steven shook his head. "But fusion isn't just a military tactic. Why do you think Ruby and Sapphire are always fused together? We're not even under attack most of the time."

Jasper shook her head, brows furrowed deep. "I never understood. And I don't care."

"It's because they love each other." Steven smiled and Jasper's lips curled down in disgust. "They love each other so much that they don't want to be apart. They want to always be together as Garnet! I mean, sure Garnet I guess is obviously stronger 'cause she's a fusion—with cooler weapons maybe, but that's not why she does it."

The larger gem snorted. Her golden eyes glinted with bitterness. "I can assure you, I'm not fused out of love," she mocked. "I don't remember even being mashed together. In a...shameless display that I'm constantly belittling." She was disgusting. "How could they do this to me?" It was a ludicrous question. She knew what her planet was capable of, she remembered the daily thrashings and torture she watched other gems endure. But for some reason she still couldn't wrap her own head around the fact that...she was a fraud.

"Maybe it doesn't have to be so bad." He yelped as Jasper grabbed him by his short collar and yanked him to her face. Her bared fangs made him pale. Their faces were inches away from each other.

"I'M A MALGAMATION OF MUTANTS, YOU ROSE QUARTZ HUMANOID!" she roared at him. "HOW IS THAT NOT SO BAD?!" Her angered scream nearly deafened him...but Steven could see the tears in the corner of her eyes. Her lips trembled and her eyes blinked rapidly, mouth drawn up tight. And somehow he stayed completely calm.

"Because it's not you." She glared at him questionably. "Fusions are different from the gems that make them. You're not a bunch of gems smashed together, and you're not one person. You're the best of what makes you up! Whatever makes you up, you're their strength! You're their bravery...and their scariness and meanness!" Jasper almost smirked. He smiled. "You're Jasper!" He pumped his fists excitedly. And you're an experience!"

Jasper didn't respond, but she suddenly seemed less hateful. Maybe Steven had just gotten used to her scary face, but she almost looked less angry. She almost looked more...observing. She released her hold on his shirt collar and he tumbled to the ground, close to the edge. The moment he scrambled up, the ledge broke.

He fell in slow motion, unable to even properly react it all happened so fast. Debris fell with him, and suddenly Steven realized that someone had his arm. He couldn't believe it when he looked up.

Jasper yanked him up and tossed him onto the ledge beside her without a word. Steven just stared at her. She had saved him... He stood, his eyes starry with hope and confusion.

Jasper scowled down at him and jabbed a finger towards him. "Just this once, brat," she said coldly. This changed nothing... but maybe for a moment...they could see eye to eye.

"Steven!" The child turned when he heard his family call to him. They were closer, obviously almost to the top of the cliff. If they found Jasper they'd try to hurt her. She was their enemy, he knew that. She was bad and wanted to hurt the earth. He couldn't hope to be friends, as much as he wanted to. It hurt his heart so bad. He wanted to keep talking to her. Maybe he could make a difference, and make her see that the earth wasn't so bad...

The sounds of the gems drew near and the boy was conflicted. He was rooted to the spot with his desire to both stay with Jasper and go to his family. He didn't want them to find her. He didn't want them to think she kidnapped him. He didn't want her to die. He didn't want her to destroy the earth and be evil. He didn't know what he wanted.

Jasper stood up quietly and she turned away from him. "Your Crystal Jokes are coming. And I've got stuff to do." She started to walk away without a word but Steven continued to stare back at her. He opened his mouth to call her back, but the words died on his tongue and he touched his arm, where she had grabbed him. He shut his eyes and they teared.

This was her way of thanking him. Even though she said it was just this once and even though they were still enemies, Steven still had hopes. Jasper saved him. Maybe one day...he could save her too.
Shattered Realities
(A/N: Created off the popular theory that Jasper is a fusion! I think it's entirely possible...but what if she didn't know it either? This is meant to be a one shot, but I'll see if I have any way to continue it. Enjoy~!)

All characters (c) Rebecca Sugar

OH when...

Journal Entry: Sun Jun 21, 2015, 3:50 PM

...did I become so deeply invested in a show


of canon lesbian aliens



who are also super badass





And some of the most AMAZING and DEEPEST


in a cartoon ever

Everyone watch this cartoon. It is the cartoon the world has been waiting for and teaches some of the most amazing lessons ever.

art and design sweetcandyteardrop
characters Rebecca Sugar
  • Listening to: Everything Is Alright
  • Reading: Fanfics
  • Watching: Steven Universe
  • Playing: Animal Crossing
  • Eating: Chocolate
  • Drinking: Five alive
Pinned Ya! by Cryssy-miu
Pinned Ya!
It had been exhausting as far as Skool could go. Irkens hardly even got tired, but having to endure the painstaking and tedious hours of meaningless jabber and the Dib was almost impossible to bear. For once Zim just enjoyed the silence as he reclined on the couch in the dark. It was so quiet, far too quiet.

"HI-YAA!" Zim yelped and jolted upwards as the tranquil silence was shattered by a certain robot that bounced out of nowhere onto the floor, striking out his metal feet. "Take that, evil piggy zombies!" The android giggled loudly.

"What are you doing?" Zim snapped. "And can you do it in another room? I'm exhausted."

GIR turned to him with a blissful little grin. "Today there was this neat tv show! It showed something, I think it was called Marshmallow Arts! It's a way the humans fight! And I'm gonna fight INVISIBLE PIGGY ZOMBIES!" He went back to kicking in the air.

Zim rolled his eyes. "Peh!" he scoffed. "Hyu-mans and their PATHETIC Marshmallow Arts! Why the name just reeks of stupidity! You won't get anywhere by trying their weak techniques, GIR!" He smirked. "Now Irken combat, that's something that you could benefit from learning!" He could turn the young little bot into a warrior worth the Irken name. "Get up here!"

GIR allowed himself to be tugged up onto the couch and bounced up and down once Zim stood up on the cushion.

"Always be on your guard," the irken instructed, standing straight. "Don't just flail your legs like an idiot." He tapped the SIR unit's feet with his own to nudge them into proper position. "For you," he sneered. "I'll go easy this time." His foot struck out at the robot like a whip and within mere seconds GIR jumped out of range of the attack. Zim's eyes widened as he looked around in confusion and was winded by a sudden metal foot in his stomach. "Oof! What the--?!"

He staggered and that gave GIR just enough time to leap onto him, effectively pinning his master to the cushion. For a moment Zim could just blink in shock, not fully registering the humiliation that he, an irken elite was just slaughtered by a robot mentally five years old. He looked down at the robot on his belly--the robot that was beaming at him adorably, eager for praise.

He wanted to hide in his chambers in shame, wondering how he could even face his race after this. A glare started to surface until he saw GIR's smile. He was so proud of himself...

The irken's mouth barely twitched. He couldn't hide it, or how impressed he really was. He at least owed him this. "....Good work GIR."


Domestic situations with these two are the best, I missed drawing them so much. (Anyone that's watched me long ago knows my obsession with this relationship.)


Zim and GIR (c) Jhonen Vasquez



FULLY DETAILED COMMISSION JOURNAL!Hello me lovelies! It's very wonderful to finally be able to post this! Alright, so for starters in the past I wasn't the best with commissions--no I was not the type of person that took your money and ran--most of my commissions wouldn't be paid for until the art was complete, but illnesses and-or the customer changing their mind led to...little to no money!
Rest assured, when I did get paid up front you were guaranteed to get your artwork from me very quickly!
ANYWAYS! So due to being almost always ill...and having to pretty much leave college again because of it, I'm broke and in my condition unable to get a job. I take a lot of medications that I need to refill every two weeks. Hard to do that when you're broke! In addition I want money to....well you know, have money. I want Splatoon! But first I need a wii-u! Of course, with my money situation that's...unlikely. So mostly for the good of medication and somewhat being healthy, I need money!
Without further ado!


All me :D


Hello there, my dear deviants! I am Cryssy/Jordan - whatever you wish to call me. I prefer only close friends call me Jordan though, and I am an artist of mostly the fanart division, but I also love making stamps and emoticons and photography.

I'm a very kind and sensitive young deviant, so don't be too mean to me or I may cry. XD :bucktooth: (No really.)

I have this thing I do called "Fun With Cryssy!" where I hold random contests, and give love to under appreciated, or new or just really special deviants to make 'em happy. ^^

I live in the east in a boring old town....and I like subs. :meow:

That is all.

Also, I do not take requests.


Chronically weak and timid, but with a heart of solid gold, you tend to require and depend on the help of your friends in most situations. You enjoy their company, but also enjoy solitude and time away from your friends where you can enjoy the sounds of nature. Just because you know you're weak doesn't mean it holds you back, because you know you're strong where it counts, with your overabundance of kindness, caring, and compassion.

You're often worried about saying or doing the wrong things and also fear rejection. Speaking of fear, you've got a lot of it, often times letting your fear hold you back from doing even the most simple of things, such as jumping across a cliff. But in that fear, you can often find just enough bravery to stand up for doing the right thing if your friends need you.

You may be naive and innocent, and you're very shy and quiet, but you're also a very good listener and are likely the one your friends blab on about their problems to — and while you may feel powerless to help at times, just listening and cheering them on means the world to them. Yay!

Current Residence: ...Da middle of a deli eating all their subs
Favourite genre of music: Japanese, pop, heavy metal
Favourite photographer: ..I don't know any!
Favourite style of art: Digital art
MP3 player of choice: Ipod touch (Tis my baby..)
Shell of choice: Conch
Wallpaper of choice: The ones I make! :D
Skin of choice: ..What are you, racist?!
Favourite cartoon character: Discord, Fluttershy, Skullkid, Shen
Personal Quote: That is fantabulous! (It's my quote, no matter what you say!!)


95 - Lord of the Scrolls by FaithFirefly

XD, you already know my opinion on this hun, I saw it before anyone else. It's quite amazing how you fit them all in there. I love Tai ...

OH when...

Journal Entry: Sun Jun 21, 2015, 3:50 PM

...did I become so deeply invested in a show


of canon lesbian aliens



who are also super badass





And some of the most AMAZING and DEEPEST


in a cartoon ever

Everyone watch this cartoon. It is the cartoon the world has been waiting for and teaches some of the most amazing lessons ever.

art and design sweetcandyteardrop
characters Rebecca Sugar
  • Listening to: Everything Is Alright
  • Reading: Fanfics
  • Watching: Steven Universe
  • Playing: Animal Crossing
  • Eating: Chocolate
  • Drinking: Five alive

Quotes :)

Your mother plays card games in Hell. <3

With the price of groceries, it is now acceptable to cry over spilled milk.

If you give a mouse a cookie, he will want a glass of milk. If you give a teenage boy a marker, he will draw a penis.

A common mistake people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.

I know some people were dropped on their heads as a baby, YOU were obviously thrown at a wall!

I asked God for a bike, but I know God doesn't work that way. So I stole a bike and asked for forgiveness.

Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.

The last thing I want to do is hurt you. But it's still on the list.

Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

We never really grow up, we only learn how to act in public.

Evening news is where they begin with 'Good evening', and then proceed to tell you why it isn't.

How is it one careless match can start a forest fire, but it takes a whole box to start a campfire?

Some people are like Slinkies ... not really good for anything, but you can't help smiling when you see one tumble down the stairs. - :rofl:

Whenever I fill out an application, in the part that says "If an emergency, notify:" I put "DOCTOR". - :rofl:

I discovered I scream the same way whether I'm about to be devoured by a great white shark or if a piece of seaweed touches my foot.

Some cause happiness wherever they go. Others whenever they go

When tempted to fight fire with fire, remember that the Fire Department usually uses water.

Most horrible death: Death by the rack. Or perhaps the torture where they place a metal can with a rat on your bare stomach and pour hot wax over it. So the rat has to eat through your stomach to escape, therefore sending painful barbs that slice deeper and deeper into you, and your bloodstream fills with its urine which is essentially poison, and it slowly melts your kidneys and you go gray and can't speak and slowly start to fade. Right before you lose all feeling, a brick is smashed into your head....

...then youd meet Satan - yours truly :P

Roses are red
Violets are blue
You smell of poo
Go to the loo
You skanky shoe..

FUCK THIS. :iconfuckthatshitplz:

Pokeball charm bracelet. Name me eight popular pokeballs. 

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PupEluver Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Do you role play Steven Universe?
Cryssy-miu Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Yush I do C:
PupEluver Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Great! Who would you like to be?
oil Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015
please fart on me. i beg of you
Cryssy-miu Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015
Sparkle Fart by SparklyDest

It sparkles, just like my love for you
SecretProdigyHeart Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Hello, how are you? ^^
Cryssy-miu Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015
Hello! ^^ I'm good, you?
SecretProdigyHeart Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
I'm doing very well. ^^ Excited for summer and the last day of school. I love your artwork, what system do you use to make them?
Cryssy-miu Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015
Oh wow thank you <3 Mostly adobe photoshop cs6 and sometimes I do lineart in SAI or flash
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GoldLeafGardenia Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015
Hey Cryssy, I just wanted to let you know that a couple of people on FIMfiction have been worried about you.

Just thought I'd let you know. ^^;
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