When the finished cartoon was released through the Cartoon Network website, it quickly became a word-of-mouth hit within the animation community, eventually going on to be nominated for a Emmy. It came from The Cartoonstitute. Forget about that awkward MMM build and play the real spellsword. You were pla. You aren't a half-gem like Steven. The gems acquired are of types which could be found by mining a mineral node of the type of ore consumed.
While Peridot is eager to welcome Navy as a new resident of the barn, Lapis is not quite so keen on the idea, and even gets upset at Navy after she seems to be used to her new surroundings already. However, she quickly realizes she's thinking of Lapis. In response, Steven tells her that, on Earth, things change all the time and that it is not the same world that trapped her. Lapis takes to the skies to look for her, while Steven and Peridot search on the ground. She throws her trident at the ground in front of Steven. Just then a shield hits the back of her head and flys at Steven who catches it. Following Garnet's instructions, Lapis traps Steven in the ocean after Bismuth and Peridot lure him towards it, explaining that she can't hold him forever.
She rose up. Lapis urges Steven and the Crystal Gems not to put up a fight, as Gem technology has advanced since she has last been to the Homeworld, and a fight will only lead to devastation. Lapis draws a section of the Atlantic Ocean  into a spire in an attempt to reach all the way to Homeworld. Lapis becomes irritated but only flies down when she hears Steven calling her name.
Description: She notices Peridot's bubble containing the Tongue Monster's gemstone materialise in mid-air above her, but it doesn't appear to concern her. At the very end of the game, Lapis is on second base, and she walks to home plate when Sapphire gets a home-run. Lapis runs from the moon base, exclaiming that she can't go through her past again. Lapis Lazuli's Screw Up "Yes!