Lapis Lazuli is a character from Steven Universe and is a major character in the first season of The Knights of the Multiverse. A founding member of the Crystal Knights, she and her close friend Peridot aid them in their dimension-hopping, super robot fighting adventures.
Lapis is typically timid, quiet, and always tries to keep to herself. Due to Lapis Lazuli's not being popular on Homeworld, she was never able to make many friends, even before she was trapped in her mirror. After she joined the Knights though, she's grown into a more sarcastic and laid-back attitude, finding much enjoyment in some of the more simple and mundane activities, even in some of the arguments between teammates. Still though, she holds some fears of losing herself someday and struggles to keep her dark side in check, so as not to harm those she holds most dear.
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Season 2 Edit
Season 3 Edit
Water Manipulation Edit
Lapis's gem gives her the ability to control any form of water, from a puddle to the entire ocean. She can then manipulate it any way she can think of, including:
- Giant Fists
A pair of giant, watery fists that vary in size.
Lapis can create a pair of water wings from her gem that allow her to fly.
Combo Attacks Edit
- Fire Whirlpool
Combo attack w/ Tom Lucitor: Lapis and Tom mix their fire and water abilities to create an enormous flaming/watery tornado.
- Final Dynamic Special
Combo attack w/ Tom, Usagi Tsukino, Mazinger Z, Great Mazinger and Getter Dragon: Lapis and Tom capture their opponent in a Fire Whirlpool, while Z and Great blast the target with a Double Burning Fire, and Dragon & Usagi finish them off with a combo of a Moon Princess Halation & Shine Spark.
After Pearl gave her mirror to Usagi, the two immediately grew a bound with how much they both loved to have fun and pull pranks (which Lapis could only do at first by repeating events she's seen on the mirror.)
For the timeline of events, Lapis and Peridot's story starts up around season 3 of the original Steven Universe (the point in which most fans believe they were put on the back burner for the rest of the show's run).