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Andalusite has standard Gem abilities. Unlike Peridot, Andalusite is able to shapeshift. However, she inherits Fire Agate's complications with it. Andalusite can only hold her shape shifted form for a short period of time.
- Metal Creature Creation: With metal manipulation and pyrokinesis, Andalusite can create and command over small, metal versions of herself.
- Ferrokinesis: An ability inherited from Peridot and to an extent Fire Agate. Andaulsite can manipulate metal, regardless if the metal is heated or not.
- Pyrokinesis: Andalusite gained this ability from Fire Agate. This allows her to create and control fire.
- Heat Resistance: Another ability received from Fire Agate. Andalusite can withstand extreme temperatures.
- When Andalusite gets angry, she will blow out steam. 
- Andalusite is an aluminum silicate.
- Its chemical composition is Al2SiO5, has a MOHS scale hardness of 6½ - 7½, and has an orthorhombic crystal system.
- It's closely related to sillimanite and kyanite.
- The stone has high pleochroism, usually exhibiting two colors.
- Andalusite comes in yellow, yellow-green, green, brownish-red, olive and reddish-brown.
- Andalusite forms during regional metamorphism of shale.
- It can withstand high temperatures without alteration.
- Andalusite is used for high-temperature ceramics and refractories as well as spark plugs.
- It was named after the location where it was first discovered: Andalusia, Spain.
- Metaphysically, andalusite is called the seeing stone. It enables the owner to calmly see aspects of character without bias. The stone additionally encourages the wearer to see issues rationally and look at the problem from all perspectives.
- It relieves fear of judgment as well as make the wearer understand self-sacrifices are never required, but are acceptable when needed.
- Andalusite also promotes chivalry, balance, guide one towards the right path, and enhance memory.