diamond domination


My Aesthetic: Powerful-Angry-Bitchy-Evil-Powerful-Dominating-Conquering-Nigh-Immoral-Sexy Alien Overlord Empresses and Queens who want to kill us all.

Really sad that i couldn’t find Gifs of the last three.

Also: Picture all of them sitting around a tiny table no bigger then their ankles, they’re all siting on pillows and chatting with one another while drinking out of decorated little teacups.

Grand Final Boss (Complete or Incomplete?)

Thanks Digimon Xros Wars, you inspired me to create this.

This is the Grand Final Boss a forced fusion created by Evil Morty, this villain is the fusion of some of the worst villains ever, this dude has no will and is a merely puppet, Evil Morty only wanted the powers of the villains to create this, not their souls, because he tought they would betray him (I’m looking at you Bill).

Villains fused:

  • Toffee (Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil): Head, Hair, Chest, Abdomen, Tail. Has also Toffee’s powers and also his weaknesses. Lacks pupil because Evil Morty only revived his body.
  • Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls). Body. He has all of Bill’s powers and weaknesses. Lacks Bill’s Pupils since his soul wasn’t revived, instead his eyes swap between every symbol of the wheel starting with Stan’s symbol, still his eyes are seen when he posses someone.
  • Lord Dominator (Wander Over Yonder): Dominator’s left arm (as lower left arm) and helmet. Evil Morty sent her soul to the underworld because he didn’t trust her. Posses all of Lord Dominator’s powers and weaknesses.
  • Black Hat (Villanous): Black Hat’s Hat, posses all of Black Hat’s powers and weaknesses. Evil Morty betrayed Black Hat and sent his soul to underworld.
  • Yellow Diamond (Steven Universe): YD’s gem, size and right arm (as upper right arm) and also her weapon. Posses all of YD’s powers and weaknesses. Her soul was sent to the underworld.
  • Dark Danny (Danny Phantom): Legs. Posses all of Danny’s powers and weaknesses in that future. Evil Morty sent his soul to underworld, because he did not trust him.
  • Aku (Samurai Jack): Aku’s right arm (as lower right arm). Posses all of Aku’s powers and weaknesses. Evil Morty revived only Aku’s soul, because he didn’t trusted him.
  • Vilgax (Ben 10): Vilgax’s left arm (as upper left arm). Posses all of Vilgax powers and weaknesses. Evil Morty betrayed Vilgax and send his soul to the underworld.

What do you think? Do I should add more villains to this fusion or what?

Some Thoughts: White Diamond

With all of the new developments in SU, it’s easy to forget old inconsistencies, but these nonetheless have bearing on some of the current events in the show. When the Crystal Gems and the Ruby Squad arrive on the Diamond Base in Back to The Moon and Eyeball begins some dramatic narration.

She says, “Look at this place – frozen in time. An Era-1 base. Her Era-1 base. It was a tragedy, what happened to her.”

And the way this statement was followed up with Navy saying “Who is that anyway?” the answer being Pink Diamond, we’re led to fill in the blanks and assume this was Pink Diamond’s base.

But looking at the base itself, from the outside especially, nothing about its colour scheme or even its texturing resembles anything of Pink Diamond’s aesthetic.

This leads to an interesting question of who built the Diamond Base on the moon, why it was chosen for that location, and what purpose it served, all of which we’ll be covering in this video.

1. Relationships and Roles among Diamonds

Source: Joe Johnston

When we observe how certain places or objects are associated with characters in Steven Universe, colour is a big factor. For instance, we know Rose, Lion, and the Alpha Kindergarten are domains of Pink Diamond because of their dominance of pinks.

The Kindergarten Control Room, the Hand Ship, and even Peridot are all bright green, which would relate to Yellow Diamond and hint at a collaboration with Blue Diamond in the new order of Homeworld.

There is a scene in It Could’ve Been Great in which the camera zooms out and gives us an outsider’s view of the Moon Base. What we find is that the base is predominantly in colours of whites and greys, almost matching the colours of the moon’s surface.

And this would hint at the only other Diamond we have yet to see in the show. White Diamond.

What’s even more intriguing is that White Diamond is never mentioned by name in Steven Universe. We know of her existence primarily because of the Mural in the Moon Base and her presence in both reincarnations of the Great Diamond Authority logos, as well as the large white bust of her image on Homeworld. But the Diamonds don’t say anything about her, and she hasn’t involved herself in historically important events, such as the Trial of Rose Quartz.

In her depictions, there is a white shape who takes the position at the top of the logos. This would hearken back to White Diamond’s gem placement, which is on her forehead. The same white diamond shape is on the old Diamond Authority logo. Later on, the Diamonds are depicted not from the top view, but from the side, giving rise to the new emblem with three triangles.

But something else worth noting is the aesthetic that each of the Diamonds has in the mural, which emphasises the possibility that the Moon Base was White’s.

When we look at the Diamonds side by side in the mural, each Diamond is shown with the number of colonies and satellites under them.

There is more information than that.

For instance, looking at Pink Diamond, the other apparent object in her mural is the cluster of quartz stones at her feet, which are very similar to the ones we see in Lion’s pocket dimension.

One other thing is that the quartz clusters are coming from the ground, growing upwards.

Earth is Pink Diamond’s first colony. There might not have been reason for the military leader of Homeworld to hold a planet of her own at first. Eyeball says that Earth’s soil was very conducive to growing Quartzes. That means planets could be assigned by the kind of gems that could grow on them. 

Additionally, it could be that previously, there wasn’t as much need to expand Homeworld’s military. Given the way gems exhaust the resources of a host planet in the growing process, Pink might not have been very high priority in allotting colonies because prior to Earth, there may not have been huge wars that required the use of soldiers to take planets.

That would mean Pink is a little more inexperienced in dealing with colonies, but isn’t necessarily the temporal youngest. She’s growing upward because she’s still gaining experience and skills in terms of managing planets. On the other hand, White Diamond’s additional details are emanating outwards and downwards from her figure.

White has the most number of colonies. Also, white diamonds are the archetypal diamond. That is, the word diamond is often associated with a white diamond by default.

That could hint at the dynamic between the diamonds. Even though they were four rulers of the gem empire, when it came to questions and concerns, White may have been the face of the Great Diamond Authority, not necessarily the leader, but someone who serves as their face in public.

We can find the same sort of parallels in the other Diamonds.

For instance, Yellow Diamond’s upper torso appears to be rising from clouds, like a sun poking through. The sun imagery is also seen in the Yellow Diamond of the Serious Steven mural. In her hands are not only planets, but also two stars with their own satellites.

Yellow is known as the rational Diamond. That’s how Peridot describes what made her special. She would always be objective and practical. She always listened to reason and she seemed to espouse that as a leader.

That she was likely in charge of research and technology could be akin to enlightening or illuminating things that were previously unknown.

Her complement could have been Blue Diamond, which is why they have the same number of planet colonies.

Blue’s territory is the Lunar Sea Spire, which Bismuth says is “for thinkers to think in.” And that would give the impression that it housed philosophers and other practitioners of the discipline we’ve come to label as the humanities.

They would complement and balance the sheer “rationality” that Yellow’s faction cultivated. If a new technology were developed, should it be used and why? These are the questions that might have been asked.

This is also possibly why Blue Diamond was sent on the diplomatic mission in The Answer even though the rebels were from Pink Diamond’s colony, and why Rebecca Sugar associates blue gems with diplomats. The Answer took place in the budding days of the Rebellion, and taking back Earth without a fight was still a viable option. This implies that Pink Diamond was still present then, since Blue Zircon puts PD’s shattering at a time when Rose and the CGs were already well-known and established. Yet Blue was sent on the mission to capture the rebels.

So these points reinforce why the Diamonds occupy certain positions on the mural. These refer to their roles and not their personalities. It’s also clearer to see now the kind of stress a gem experiences when the role given to her doesn’t match up very well with her personality.

Given this understanding of the Diamond’s relationships, it seems odd that Pink Diamond’s base would be far away from her own planet, a place where the warps could not reach.

From the imagery in the mural, it seemed unlike her to rule from a point of distance and height. Rather, we’re given the indicators that Pink tried very hard to rule close to her constituents, which is why gems like Jasper feel a personal closeness to her.

It contrasts sharply with the awe that Peridot felt for Yellow Diamond. The latter feels a lot like someone talking about a celebrity; the former sounded like Jasper knew her Diamond personally even if we’re given the indication she didn’t.

If we combine that knowledge with the colour scheme and patterns on the base, even the inside of the base is white rather than pink. The Base looks more like something of White Diamond’s. It would then be a question of why something of White Diamond’s domain was so close to Earth.

2. White Diamond connected colonies

Keep reading

Who shattered Pink Diamond?

So lots of people started to blame Yellow Diamond but this case isnt as clear as this.

First of  all while Yellow Diamond seems suspicious we should also remember that Yellow even in the past seemed to be very angry and immidately jump to conclusions. YD holds her emotions back and she mourns by using anger and revenge. YD wants to punish that gem who killed PD but her judgement is clouded by her anger. Also remember how the Diamonds were described in the past.

Blue Diamond a stoic ruler who couldnt stand imperfections and weakness  and who rarely showed emotions (just look at how Sapphire and Ruby described her), what we see now is the effect and changes what PD’s death caused in her so it isnt hard to imagine what PD’s death caused in Yellow Diamond.

We know from Peridot that her Diamond suppose to be the most rational one but now that we saw her reactions she behaves very differently or is she? When Peridot called her she behaved very official and someone who would ask logical questions but her behaviour immediately changed when Peridot started to speak about the Earth. I think that in the past YD was actually the most logical one but her sister’s death changed her and filled her with regrets and anger.

Just remember her song. Does this gem look and sound like somebody who killed her sister?

For me no instead she sounds like somebody who cant bare to thought that  her sister died and who wants immediate revenge so she can close of this part of her life as soon as possible. She wants to do this quickly because she feels that her pain will break her and not because she tries to hide that she killed her sister.

Secondly as Zircon said something is very suspicious here. How PD’s gems didnt notice anything or tried to stop Rose and why lots of them dont plan to get revenge but they seem satisfied with their lives elsewhere? We only saw BD, YD and Jasper to care and want to get revenge.

Also remember what Eyeball asked from Jasper (Amethyst) the first place before she admitted she witnessed Rose killing PD? Where were you when it happened?- My question is why would ask this at the first place? It seemed like Eyeball wanted to make sure that Jasper was there or not, but why? Especially because she suspected that Jasper wanted a closure. What if that Eyeball and other gems were in part of the cover up and Eyeball wanted to make sure that Jasper was in it too or that she wasnt there so she could continue the lie…

Third. There are things that still dont make that much sense. Why did the CGs tell Steven that it was Rose who did it while we know that she was innocent? Werent they there or they just assumed Rose did it and she never told them the truth? Garnet said that Rose alway did everything for the Earth and for others so why would she cover something like this up especially because Pink’s death was the reason that the Diamonds used corruption and the cluster against Earth? Who did she try to protect with this?

Fourth. Why Pearl reacted so badly on the Moon base? She looked like somebody who saw something horrible but she also doesnt want to speak about it. Lots people say that it might have been Pearl because she could get close to PD and she also uses swords and she is important enough for Rose to take the blame for but how she could cover it up? Would the other gems deny that it was a Pearl who killed their leaders because of shame? And why would Pearl still held PD’s symbole if she did it? Although for me it is a little bit suspicious that we have never saw her shapeshifting. Maybe she used Rose appearance to make her a hero? Still was she strong enough to crush a diamond?

Then who could do it and why?  I have two (maybe three) theories about this.

1. It was White Diamond. 

We didnt really see her but we see her influence through the show.

Remember the temple pictures? We saw Rose Quartz holding a Diamond against somebody who looks like White Diamond.

What if Pink Diamond took part in the rebelion but she did it under cover. Maybe Rose managed to influence her or it happened the other way around. Maybe PD didnt like how things went on HW and she wanted to creat a whole different system and colony but White Diamond found it out or she just wanted to get rid off her because she opposed her ideas so she killed her.

 She also had enough influence to cover it up.

 And if the theory about Pearl was White Diamond’s Pearl first is true and later on PD accepted her then maybe she wasnt the only gem who PD managed to get away form WD and maybe she was losing many of her followers so she had to kill her sister to mantain her power. It is also very suspicious that only the two other sister care about the killer of PD. And we also saw that WD as the more dominant diamond in the corruption and even in the trial platform too. So she is very suspicious for me.

2.       PD’s followers

 So we heard from Eyeball (and other witnesses also said too) that she saw Rose Quartz shatter PD but if it isnt true and Rose  wasnt there and neither of them Diamonds committed the crime then only the followers left.

 Remember the temple pictures again?

It seems like the hands go toward a diamond. For others this seemed like a praise and the sign of admiration but for me it looked more like gems wanted to tear apart their diamond. It wouldnt be the first time that people=gems rebel against their ruler and kill them. They could have the time and could cover it up and they dont seem to mind PD’s absence that much (except Jasper) and it would also make sense why Pearl was in shock and why she fled and why would  Rose cover it up especially if some of her friends took part in it, maybe the rebels managed to convince the other gems to take part in the rebelion and they wanted to get rid off PD. I mean it probably wasnt only Bismuth who thought shattering a diamond will bring peace and freedom.

But we still have to answer lots of questions like how? They probably needed much more strenght to accomplish this but were they really able to do it? Maybe with fusion or they used some kind of weapon?

3+. Which is a combination of the two.

WD managed to use PD’s followers and the rebels to turn against PD and helped them out to shatter her. This seems the most possible for me.

 I still have questions tho. Why were the pearls so suprised about PD’s Pearl? Did they just forget about her or assumed that she died?

And why did the Diamonds get rid off PD’s symbole? It seems that somebody works very hard to destroy even the memory of Pink Diamond.

Last picture is from the Su wiki.

The True Antagonist (Current)


Lord Dominator - Wander Over Yonder

Originally posted by little-black-cube-of-sunshine

Bill Cipher - Gravity Falls

Originally posted by cat2bkittenme

Toffee - Star vs The Forces of Evil

Originally posted by stevarogers

Cartoon Network

Yellow Diamond - Steven Universe

Originally posted by natsgifs

The Lich - Adventure Time

Originally posted by nacapito

Grand Final Boss (Complete or Incomplete?)

This is a redraw from this drawing. I decided to make some changes too.

Also, if you wonder, this is the Digimon that inspired me to create this:

This is the artwork of this character:

What do you think about this?

Lord Dominator Theory

OK, so imagine if, after “The End Of The Galaxy”, Dominator left the Galaxy in search of a new one to conquer. Then one day, she comes across a planet of primitive, friendly aliens. Now these aliens are all part of one species, but they come in different forms and types, each with different powers. 

Dominator, being Dominator, takes advantage of this. She shows them the wonders of technology, and quickly becomes their leader. Under her rule, their civilisation becomes incredibly advanced and sophisticated. 

 However, Dominator, being Dominator, sees these aliens as mere tools to help her spread destruction throughout the universe. And to help her achieve this goal more efficiently, she assigns each sub-species a specific role based on their individual powers. Anyone who rebels against their role or against their leader is executed. 

 Their once harmonious society soon becomes a quickly growing intergalactic empire, where the citizens are treated as living weapons. 

Then one day Dominator decides she wants a few companions to help her run her massive empire. She engineers a trio of unique, incredibly powerful aliens to aid her, and to provide company, but she eventually ends up shutting them out and treating them like tools as per normal. The triumvirate are given powerful positions and are placed in charge of the hundreds of aliens and conquered planets under Dominator’s rule. 

Including one little planet known as Earth. 

Everything is going perfectly, until one day, one of her subjects rebelled. A pink-haired alien whose compassion for life and love for all, including her enemies, reminded Dominator a little too much of a furry orange do-gooder she used to despise. 

 Now, while this rebel was despised by all three members of the triumvirate, Dominator knew firsthand that such a character was not to be trifled with. She knew that this rebel’s kindness could end up winning over many of her soldiers, or worse still, one of the triumvirate members. So Dominator being Dominator, decided she had to make sure that the triumvirate would never defect to the rebel’s side. How? By framing this rebel for an unforgivable crime. MURDER.

Dominator notices that the triumvirate has grown very close. If the rebel were to say, murder one of them, say, the least powerful and newest member, the other two would certainly be devastated, and would never even dream of joining the rebellion. As such, Dominator killed the newest triumvirate member and framed the rebel, securing her hold on her power while she bides her time and figures out a way to destroy the Earth once and for all. 

After all, doesn’t this mural look a little familiar? 



About the Diamonds Thing on Choices

I was bored today, so I decided to calculate all of the diamond choices that I’ve done. I don’t buy diamonds, unlike others. When you install the game, you have free 25 diamonds at the beginning. So, I found out as of June 4, 2017 that there are 209 chapters overall Choices. Its from The Freshman to The Royal Romance. With Each chapter, you earn 1 diamond. Which means you can only have 234 (209+25) diamonds at this time when you played all books, unless you buy some.

Here’s what I have done to those 234 diamonds so far (All of these are my choices. Every choice is from The Crown and The Flame, cause that’s the only book I rely on diamonds xD)

(I saved Tevan)
(I unlocked the scenes of Whitlock with Hex in book 2)
(I unlocked Kenna and Dominic’s ‘what if’ wedding cause they are my OTP Ahh xD)
(I unlocked the Regal Gown in book 3 and its worth it yay.)
(I saved the puppyyyy)
(I celebrated the old times with the gang and boy, Sei and Annelyse being drunk is lyfe. xD)
(I took the necklace cause Val neeeds it. Plus I feel like its really important)
(I took Whitlock’s invention cause again, might come in handy.)
(I recruited Hex and Anton cause why not, everyone deserves redemption)

Everyone, this is it. When I completed all books, I will only have

=69 Diamonds left.

69. Diamonds. Left.

It’s sad for me, cause I can only have 3-5 diamond choices left to spend before that time when you really want it, and buy some diamonds or wait for Pixelberry to realease 19-30 chapters before you can select a diamond choice/scene. I just hope Pixelberry will find a way of earning diamonds because this is unfair for everybody. Not everyone has that large amount of money and I am thankful to those people who share those scenes here on Tumblr or in YouTube and even Instagram. But still, I hope for a better experience for the people like me who don’t have diamonds. #NoDiamondsSquad. 😢

Are you one of us? Hee hee I just want to know if I am not the only one. xD