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Hope Diamond was one of the most terrifying and powerful Gems to exist. She was made of several different Gems who grew to loathe the Great Diamond Authority. The fusion inherited a powerful ability of spreading curses to thousands of Gems. The casualties were high as many of them became broken under her influence. Hope Diamond's reign of terror lasted until the other diamonds stepped in to stop her. The fate of her and her components are unknown.
The story of Hope Diamond is treated like a warning to those who defy the Diamonds and use fusion for unconventional purposes. It has existed for so long time many doubt its legitimacy.
The ending of Hope Diamond's story has also been debated among other Gems. Many who believe in the story assumed she and her components were shattered after being split apart by the Diamonds. A handful of Gems believed they were harvested as punishment for their crimes. Some of the oldest Gems to exist in gem culture claim the Diamonds didn't stop her at all. The theory proclaims Hope Diamond was powerful enough to escape from them and exists somewhere in the darkest parts of the Universe. These Gems say the ending was changed to preserve the Diamond's credibility.
Rumors have begun to spread about Gems encountering the legendary Hope Diamond on different, uninhabitable planets. However, none of these claims have been proven to be true.
- The gemstone in Hope Diamond's eye alludes to lore of this gemstone. According to legend, the Hope Diamond was stolen from the eye of a religious idol from a temple in India.
- The Hope Diamond, or simply called the Hope, is one of the world's most famous diamonds.
- Its chemical composition is C, has a MOHS scale hardness of 10, and has an isometric crystal system.
- It's described as a Type IIb diamond.
- The diamond weighs 45.52 carats and exhibits a red phosphorescence.
- Hope Diamond's color is thought to be contributed to boron.
- It is currently housed in the Gem and Mineral collection at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
- The Hope Diamond is believed to be 1.1 million years old.
- According to several accounts, French gem merchant Jean-Baptiste Tavernier was its first owner.
- The Hope Diamond is famous for its superstition. Many of its owners were said to be cursed and met with misfortune including poverty, illness, and death.
- It was named after Henry Philip Hope, one of the owners of the diamond.
- Diamond comes from the Greek word adámas, meaning "unbreakable", "proper", or "unalterable".
- Diamonds in general are stones of strength, clarity, intensity, truth, success, abundance, eternity, purity, and high frequency energy.