Wandering the earth seems like it makes the most sense. Even non-combat gems are unusually tough, so they'll probably be fine. Maybe just give them a map to avoid seedy areas at most. >>97961301>fat ugly slob who lives in a van >based
yeah no >>97961082
Check the /sug/ thread in /trash/>>97961115>There's a time to a bitch and there's a time to lead and based on all the shit Emerald said he did you'd think he'd know when by now. It's fine that he'd get affected and distracted by Sadie, but they (zuke) just executed it horribly and made it look like he didn't grow at all.
Pretty much this. How did Lars manage to do all his cool offscreen stuff if he was bitching and crying and letting his insecurities get in the way the whole time like he was on Earth? >>97961265>>97961387
This sounds like the case. Homeworld isn't going to be destroyed, but as long as it exists, it will always remain a threat. So Stephen will basically have to convince Homeworld to not want to destroy earth and not want Rose/Stephen shattered. The simplest way to do this storywise seems to convince the Diamonds, since organizing a rebellion would eat up too much screentime that Sugar would rather give to the townies.
Blue Diamond can probably be convinced if it turns out Rose was innocent or that Pink was evil or something. But Yellow Diamond has an obvious vendetta against Earth, so it'll be harder to convince her assuming she isn't the one who killed Pink.