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Peacock Ore is very aggressive and violent, due to the conflicting views of her fusees. 
Peacock Ore has standard Gem abilities.
- Shapeshifting Weapons: Peacock Ore received this ability from Bismuth. She can easily shapeshift her hands into multiple tools and weapons, including her pata sword.
- Pyrokinesis: An ability inherited from Fire Agate. Peacock Ore can control and create fire.
- Heat Resistance: Both Bismuth and Fire Agate have great heat resistance, which is passed on to Peacock Ore. She is immune to high temperatures.
Similarly to the Crystal Gems, Peacock Ore is incredibly violent towards them.
- According to N.R. Wynter, if Bismuth and Fire Agate fused, it'd only last for a few seconds. 
- Peacock ore, also called peacock stone, is either bornite or chalcopyrite with an iridescent tarnish.
- Bornite's chemical composition is Cu5FeS4, has a hardness of 3, and an Orthorhombic crystal system.
- Chalcopyrite has a chemical composition of Cu1+Fe3+S2, has a hardness of 3½ - 4, and a tetragonal crystal system.
- Peacock ore is acid treated. Bornite or chalcopyrite is dipped in acid, giving it a thin oxidized layer that resembles iridescence.
- According to Mindat.org, peacock ore was once used as a term for natural iridescent bornite. It has since lost its meaning when commercially sold peacock ore were using fakes.
- Peacock ore's colors range from blues, purples, pinks, to yellows.
- Most peacock ore sold is acid-treated chalcopyrite.
- It's slightly metallic.
- Peacock ore's tarnish is not permanent. It will turn black over time.
- Metaphysically, peacock ore is the stone of happiness and joy. It turns one towards positive directions and be able to appreciate joy in every moment.
- Additionally, peacock ore promotes understanding, acceptance, upliftment, propserity, and abundance.