Coral is a former high ranking Homeworld Gem. She currently resides on Earth.
Coral is about 6 feet tall. She has brown skin, with darker brown strips of skin around her neck, face, arms, and legs. She has bright red colored hair, blue eyes, a small round nose, and plump lips. She wears a dark-blue grey shirt featuring a brown diamond shape on the chest. She wears brown boots, a grey skirt, and a pot around her back that holds sand. Her gem is located on her right hand.
Coral is incredibly selfish and cares about herself first and foremost. She is annoyed very easily, it does not take a lot to get on her bad side. She is incredibly brutal when dealing with her opponents, and shows no mercy. Despite that, she shows a soft place in her heart for Gems that she admires and thinks highly of.
Coral was made on Homeworld about 10,000 years ago. She was once apart of Yellow Diamond's military, and had fought in hundreds of wars previously. Because of her incredibly ravage methods of combat, which included killing ally Gems who she figured "got in the way", Yellow Diamond decided to have her shattered. Once Coral discovered that she was to be shattered, she fled from Homeworld and retreated to Earth. She has lived on Earth ever since.
Like all other Gems, Coral can change shape, invoke a weapon, take refuge in her gemstone to heal, and adapt to any extraterrestrial environment's gravity.
Psammokinesis: Coral has the ability to shape and manipulate sand, a naturally occurring loose, fragmented/granular sedimentary material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles ranging in diameter from 0.0625 mm (or 1⁄16 mm) to 2 mm.
Yellow Diamond is Coral's former Diamond. She resents Yellow Diamond for attempting to have her shattered.
- Coral is an organic material and like other organic gemstones, it is not an especially hard or durable gemstone. It has a hardness rating of 3 to 4 on the Mohs scale, which can easily help distinguish and identify coral from similar colored gemstones such as carnelian, rhodonite or spessartite garnet.
- Precious coral typically exhibits a range of warm pinkish to red colors, including light-red to salmon (momo coral), and medium-red (Sardegna coral) to deep ox-blood red (moro coral).
- Precious coral belongs to a small, but important group of gemstones, which technically are not stones at all. Rather than being minerals with crystalline structures like most colored stones, coral is formed through a biological process and thus belongs to an elite class of organic gems.
- Since the beginning of the 1st millennium, precious coral has been highly prized as a gem believed to be endowed with mysterious, powerful and sacred properties.
|Corals gemstone is located on her right palm, featuring a hexagonal facet. The front and back are symmetrical. It is shattered.|