What could #StevenBomb3 mean?

#StevenBomb3 has put us into a decidedly speculative mood. While we did get some hard information, most of the information is a lot more fun to speculate about. With that in mind, here’s the list of what we’ll be speculating about after this #StevenBomb:

What are Rubies and Sapphires like on the Homeworld?
The role of Pearls (and Peridots) is something we can make a reasonable guess at, but Rubies and Sapphires are still mysteries. There are some interesting implications about them in Keystone Motel though.

What does Historical Friction say about how different Steven’s world is?
Historical Friction certainly makes it sound like William Dewey was being braver than he knew by founding Beach City (and only two hundred years in the past). Were the dangers so great that he and his crew were the first humans to settle the region since the Crystal Gem rebellion?

Why does Earth have an expiration date?
This line apparently got lost by the Crystal Gems in the heat of battle, but we fans heard it and we’re certainly wondering what it means. It’s almost certain that this is something that will be explained as episodes go on, meaning future speculation posts will wonder “does this relate to the expiration date?”, but it’s time to see what the most likely option (among things we already know about) is.


    • XxBongQueeshaxX on July 28, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    earth having an expiration date probably means that since gems don’t age they will be around when the end of the world comes , when the sun blows up lel

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