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Pineapple Opal has standard Gem abilities.
- When fused with Amethyst, they form Sunset Tourmaline.
- When fused with Pearl, they form Dominican Amber.
- When fused with Amethyst and Pearl, they form Xylopal.
- Energy Manipulation: Combining Fire Agate's pyrokinesis and Garnet's electricity manipulation results Pineapple Opal being able to control raw energy.
- Energy Absorption: Pineapple Opal is able to drain light from various sources, including Gems. This doesn't physically harm gemstones, but absorbing enough energy will cause the Gem to lose their physical form temporarily. The extra energy Pineapple Opal gains increases her strength and defense for a short period of time.
- Ray/Beam Attacks: Pineapple Opal can summon beams or rays of energy from the environment or her eyes.
- Future Vision: An ability inherited from Garnet, Pineapple Opal can predict outcomes of the near future.
- Heat Resistance: Both Fire Agate and Garnet share this ability. This allows Pineapple Opal to withstand extreme temperatures.
- Enhanced Speed: Pineapple Opal received this ability from Sapphire. She can travel long distances in a short period of time.
- All fusions involving Fire Agate, Ruby, and Sapphire have gems named after fruit.
- Pineapple opal is an opal variety.
- It has a chemical composition of SiO2 · nH2O, have a hardness of 5½ - 6 , and an amorphous crystal system.
- It is a pseudomorph of opal after glauberite (or ikaite).
- Opal pseudomorphs are created by the deposition of opal in casts (molds), whether organic or inorganic.
- Pineapple opal is formed when glauberite is replaced by calcite and then become opalised.
- These are very rare and can only be found at the White Cliffs opal fields in New South Wales, Australia.
- It's estimated that fewer than two hundred of pineapple opals have been discovered.
- Opals contain small amounts of water.
- Because it is an opal pseudomorph, it is a birthstone for the month of October.
- Opal’s name is derived from the Indian (Sanskrit) word “úpala” meaning “valuable stone”. However, it could have also come from the Greek word “opalus” meaning “stone from several elements”.
- Metaphysically, opals are stones of inspiration. They enhance creativity and imagination. Opals can also improve memory, happiness, and self-worth while dispelling confusion. Additionally called as the Eye Stone, which pleases sense of sight.