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Chrysocolla Cuprite has a mismatched appearance of Apatite and Fire Agate's characteristics. Their hair greatly resembles Apatite's, but more rounded and poofy. The hair color is mostly light blue with splashes of red. Chrysocolla Cuprite has a slender body with two pairs of arms. Their complextion is tan with peach patches. The fusion's head has a sharp jawline with wide eyes, a small nose, and plump lips.They wear a red visor. Chryscolla Cuprite's gemstones are in the same location as their parts with one being on the sternum and the other on the left side of their chest.
Chrysocolla Cuprite's outfit is split between Fire Agate and Apatite's. The top half is red featuring shoulder pads and a black collar with a diamond insignia. The bottom half is long blue pants with boots, speckles with pink spots. The areas are separated by a black waist band, covered in red and blue spots. On the top half of arms are arm guards with a similar bump pattern seen on their boots. They are two different colors with the left side being red and the right being blue.
Not much is known about Cuprite Chrysocolla's personality. Fire Agate and Apatite aren't on good terms with each other, making their fusion unstable. They seem to be startled and confused with their own identity. It's also believed that Chrysocolla Cuprite has a bad temper as this is a trait shared with both Fire Agate and Apatite.
Chryscolla Cuprite has standard Gem abilities.
It's unknown what kind of abilities this fusion possesses. However, it's reasonable to believe they inherited Fire Agate and Apatite's skills and powers.
- Chrysocolla Cuprite was designed by Wilisthethrill.
- Chrysocolla cuprite, also known as Sonora Sunrise/Sunset, is a secondary copper mineral.
- Chrysocolla's chemical composition is (Cu,Al)2H2Si2O5(OH)4·nH2O, has a hardness of 2½ - 3½, and an orthorhombic crystal structure.
- Cuprite's chemical composition is Cu2O, has a hardness of 3½ - 4, and an isometric crystal structure.
- Chrysocolla cuprite is a natural combination of both aforementioned minerals.
- The black color in these stones are contributed by magnesium or iron.
- Both chrysocolla and cuprite form in the oxidation zones of copper.
- The material is usually covered by 1,000 feet of gravel.
- Even though they are associated with each other, chyrsocolla cuprites are rare.
- They are only located in the Millpillas Mine of Sonora, Mexico.
- The mineral was found in 2006 when the mine opened.
- Chrysocolla's name comes a combination of the Greek words chrysos meaning "gold" and kollas meaning "glue".
- Cuprite's name comes from the Latin word cuprum, meaning "copper".
- Metaphysically, it combines the properties of both chrysocolla and cuprite. It can explore the highest hidden knowledge and benefit leading a future conveniently. .
- The stone also gives the wearer vigor and vitality, preparing the soul to fight challenges in their lives. It soothes the soul for them to explore past lives, overcoming the difficulties as a spiritual guide, and learn the responsibilities of life.
- It also promotes creativity and help solve problems easily.