Things that should happen in future episodes of Steven Universe:

• Steven being upset about something but not having to take it back because everything he said and is upset about is right.

• Another Bismuth episode, or possible redemption arc at least. Possibly one where Steven lets her out of the bubble and asks her for information that no one else will give him(the war, Rose shattering a diamond, etc). As well as forgiving her for the thing about shattering gems, and apologizing for not talking with her instead of both of them jumping the gun in the first place.

• Old color palettes. The colors now are becoming very bright, I do understand it’s a kids show and kids love bright colors but I liked the old palettes because they were softer and nicer to look at(my opinion).

• Peridot having some of her old personality back. She seems more like an out of control toddler than a cluster controlling/head of a mission gem anymore. I feel as though she used to be smart, tactical, a bit snarky. I wish they’d kept that.

• Lapis and Peridot, their development. I want answers to questions. (When did they become friends? How did Lapis learn to forgive her? How is Lapis’ interaction with the other gems now? Can she forgive them too?)

• Lapis’ personality. I feel as though Lapis has gone from kind of dismissive and a bit cold-shouldered to straight up unforgiving. She didn’t remember Connie and kind of brushes off almost drowning her. That’s a bit concerning.

• A Garnet episode. Just more about her. Her feelings about all of this. Even perspectives from Ruby and Sapphire separately is welcome(also other things like why does she love being a fusion so much? What did she do during the war? How did she get along with Pearl, Rose, and Amethyst when they all separately first met each other?).

• Maybe a Pearl episode like Garnet’s listed above?

• How the people of Beach City first reacted when the gems first went there. How the different generations felt about having others from another world inhabit it and help them.

• What happened when Rose was first created? What do other rose quartz look like?

• A Jasper redemption or at least fix her please? Somehow?

• What happened to the diamond in the lighthouse?

Okay I think I’m done now. Anything you wanna add put it in the replies I guess. I’m really looking forward to this show’s progression!


Last up in my gen 1 townie downloads is Lars Andersen. Lars came onto the scene once I realized Seamus was not of the straight variety, and when I wasn’t pleased with the selection of bi or gay NPCs. Only the cutest for my Seamus! They were perfectly matched and though they had different interests (Lars in the arts, and Seamus in sciences) they were perfect together. Their daughter, Rumer Oaklind-Andersen loved them so much she had to have both their last names.

Lars comes with basegame hair and clothes, and a basegame beard.


Here’s a look at Lars’ whole life in Rotham.

Steven Universe New Years Kisses

Sapphire and Ruby: Steven tells them to do it and they just Go For It. And then they don’t stop. This is an Earth traditional Steven, they are being ceremonial Steven, they will go all night.

Connie and Steven: kiss on the cheek since they are smols, then they beg to keep staying up and Gregg gets a headache from their screaming and sugar high

Amethyst and Pearl: Amethyst freaking french dips her onto the table as a joke but fireworks go off and the lighting is all right so she goes for it. 

  • Pearl kisses back, Amethyst drops her on the floor out of surprise

Sadie and Lars: too nervous, hormones too high, they go for it both at once and hit their heads, Lars says holidays are stupid and stalks off only to meet his hubris (as he does) and get hit by a stray firework

Lapis and Peridot: no one tells them anything and they think the sky is exploding, kiss goodbye and then Pearl skypes them to say everything is fine. Lapis flips her off.

The Cool Kids: kiss all at once, very complicated, but they almost pull it off with some advanced planning. Jenny sets off her own firework, it hits Lars.