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  • Power Gem
  • Power Gem
  • Power gem
rdfs:comment
  • Normal attack.
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Power Gem Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Power Gem is a Rock-type move introduced in Generation IV. Most of the Pokémon that learns this move have a gem somewhere on their body. It is one of the only two special Rock type moves, the other being AncientPower.
  • thumb|Ray sosteniendo la Power GemPower Gems, también llamados Power Stones, son un mineral con energía similar a Esmeraldas del Caos se encuentra en Mobius . La Propiedades de esta gema incluyen el aumento de poder, la capacidad de aumentar el tamaño de los objetos, y la capacidad de actualizar o potenciar máquinas. Supuestamente, es uno de los elementos naturales más raros que ocurren, sólo superado por las Esmeraldas del Caos.
  • Power Gem is a type of Special Gem that appears in Bejeweled 2 and the old version of Bejeweled Blitz (before the 2010 update). It has an appearance of gem with a glow effect.
  • Power Gems, also called Power Stones, are energized minerals similar to Chaos Emeralds found on Mobius. Properties of Power Gems include increased all around power, the ability to increase the size of objects, and the ability to upgrade or power machines. Supposedly, it is one of the rarest occurring natural elements, second only to the Chaos Emeralds.
  • At some point in his efforts to take over Mobius, Dr. Robotnik created Power Gems to serve as energy sources for his weaponry and technology. Due to an unknown fluke, one temporarily transported Sonic the Hedgehog, Mighty the Armadillo and Ray the Flying Squirrel into an alternate zone; it apparently affected the flow of time as Sonic and Mighty reappeared almost instantly despite having experienced a longer time within the zone itself, and Ray, who was later found trapped with the gem, experienced what seemed like mere hours to him over the course of nearly a decade. (KtE: #26, #27, #28, KCX)
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ [[English name::| ]][[English name (linked)::| ]][[Card image::| ]] [[Card type:: Card| ]][[Card type (short)::[[ Card|]]| ]][[Attribute::| ]][[Type::| ]] [[Lore::Target 1 face-up monster on the field; it gains 800 ATK.| ]] [[?ATK::| ]][[ATK string::| ]][[?DEF::| ]][[DEF string::| ]][[Property::Normal Card| ]][[Property (short)::[[Normal Card|Normal]]| ]] Main card page: "[[Main card page::|]]" [[File:|link=File:|px]] * [[Media:|en]] * [[Media:|ja]] * [[Media:|ko]] * [[Media:|astral]] * [[Media:|barian]] * [[Media:|dub]] ==Search categories==
  • Some people get super-powers from a power object. There are a wide variety of power objects, not all of which are power gems. Examples: * The Lamplighter, who has a lantern that gives him Powers as the Plot Demands. * Nightgaunt, who obtained his powers from a power gem. He's also an example of the problem with power gems: they can be taken from you. * Splendor of the Cadet Crusaders, who gets her powers from several power gems. * Dragonrider obtained three cultured power gems from Nephandus in exchange for information..
  • Power gems were extremely powerful stones capable of emitting a shield-disrupting aura. Once part of an ancient, rare meteor, power gems gradually lost their abilities over time, but were potent when first mined. In 23 BBY, Quenelle and Obi-Wan Kenobi attempted to locate a set of three power gems, known as the Lost Stars of Nallastia, on the moon of Nallastia. Upon finding them, they used them to dissipate an energy field.
Generation
  • IV
appeal
  • 3
FraM
  • Power Gem
GerM
  • Energy Stone
dcterms:subject
GER
  • Energiestein
jap
  • パワージェム
Romaji Name
  • Pawā Kurisutaru
ja lore
  • ①:フィールドのモンスター1体を対象として発動できる。そのモンスターの攻撃力は800アップする。
appears in av
  • 115
kingsrock
  • 1
contesttype
  • Beauty
Attack power
  • 40
Lore
  • Target 1 face-up monster on the field; it gains 800 ATK.
magiccoat
  • 0
1st app
brightpowder
  • 1
stat change
  • * Your monsters gain ATK * Your opponent's monsters gain ATK
ja image
  • PowerGem-JP-Anime-AV.png
trans name
  • Power Crystal
DPS
  • 14.140000
snatch
  • 0
Affects
  • Selected Target
reconstructed lore
  • yes
Wielders
Cooldown
  • 1.200000
  • 2.900000
card type
  • Spell
detect
  • 1
effect types
  • Effect
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Category
  • Special
Range
  • Universe Level
Misc
  • Action Card
pp
  • 20
Origin
  • Marvel Comics
Power
  • 70
Speed
  • Nigh-Omnipresence
Name
  • Power Gem
Type
  • Rock
Caption
  • Ray holding a Power Gem.
Property
  • Normal
FRA
  • Gemme de puissance
JapR
  • Pawā Jemu
spam
  • Energy Jewel
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por
  • Pedra-Bomba
Title
  • Power Gem
Use
  • Special
  • *Enlarging objects *Upgrading machines
Class
  • Special
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Japanese
  • パワージェム Power Gem
User
  • *Knuckles the Echidna *Sonic the Hedgehog *Mighty the Armadillo *Ray the Flying Squirrel *Dr. Ivo Robotnik *Dr. Eggman *Shard the Metal Sonic *Metal Sonic v3.0
Accuracy
  • 100
  • 100.0
Ja Name
  • パワー・クリスタル
Target
  • Single
Classification
  • Gems
Damage
  • 70
Spa
  • Joya de energía
Contact
  • 0
Creator
JapM
  • Power Gem
ItaM
  • Super Gem
Ita
  • Supergemma
specialgauge
  • 3
PorM
  • Bomb-Stone
destructive capacity
  • Universe Level
abstract
  • Normal attack.
  • Power gems were extremely powerful stones capable of emitting a shield-disrupting aura. Once part of an ancient, rare meteor, power gems gradually lost their abilities over time, but were potent when first mined. In 23 BBY, Quenelle and Obi-Wan Kenobi attempted to locate a set of three power gems, known as the Lost Stars of Nallastia, on the moon of Nallastia. Upon finding them, they used them to dissipate an energy field. The Pirates of Iridium, prior to their destruction by the Jedi in 22 BBY, used these shards to great effect in their operations. By taking advantage of the gems' shield-disrupting power, they could cripple spice freighters and other spacecraft, looting their contents with little resistance. Leia, however, learned of the event from her childhood as stories her father, Bail Organa, told her. While for a time it was presumed that all power gems were destroyed with their bandit owners, one of the relics survived in the possession of the smuggler and ex-pirate Raskar. Retiring to a remote Outer Rim planet, Raskar kept the gem until a worthy foe bested him in combat. Eventually, he was trounced by a cocky smuggler and his furry companion, and was forced to relinquish control of the last power gem, the item that they were sent to retrieve by the Rebel Alliance as a last resort against the Executor. After joining the Rebel Alliance, Han Solo and Chewbacca, upon retrieving the power gem, turned their acquisition over to General Jan Dodonna immediately following the Battle of Yavin. In a futile effort to destroy the Super Star Destroyer Executor, Jan's son, Vrad, took the gem and flew skyward. The resulting event did little to disrupt the warship's shield—hardly any power was left in the gem after all the years that had passed. While the general's son failed to destroy Executor, his brave attack did buy the Alliance time to successfully evacuate the Yavin 4 base. In addition, the little amount of shielding that was disrupted nonetheless allowed the Millennium Falcon to damage one of the Executor's sublight engines. Besides the power gem kept by Raskar, there were other power gems scattered across the galaxy, usually buried, which some spacers attempted to locate during the Galactic Civil War. While not as potent as to disrupt the shields of enemy vessels, they were nonetheless powerful enough to mitigate damage on its wielder, as well as enhance their ability to dodge. In addition, they also acted as a pink light source for various spacer houses.
  • Some people get super-powers from a power object. There are a wide variety of power objects, not all of which are power gems. Examples: * The Lamplighter, who has a lantern that gives him Powers as the Plot Demands. * Nightgaunt, who obtained his powers from a power gem. He's also an example of the problem with power gems: they can be taken from you. * Splendor of the Cadet Crusaders, who gets her powers from several power gems. * Dragonrider obtained three cultured power gems from Nephandus in exchange for information.. Splendor bought her power gems; this is not the usual means of obtaining them if its known what they are. In Splendor's case, the seller didn't know what they had. More common is how Vamp obtained power gems; she stole them from Nightgaunt, who apparently didn't secure them all that well to his belt. Another means of obtaining them is "aggressive bargaining"; "I'll exchange your children for your power item." There may be a link between Power Gems and Dynamorphs, as Dynamorphs can also become attuned to various inanimate objects. However, Green Witch mentions that it's uncertain whether Red Thunder's Power Gem contains a dynamorph or not. There are also those 'cultured power stones' "that mad scientists make when they try to create artificial power stones".
  • __NOWYSIWYG__ Power Gem Battle Data Affected by Contest Data Contest Spectaculars (ORAS) Power Gem is a Rock-type move introduced in Generation IV. Most of the Pokémon that learns this move have a gem somewhere on their body. It is one of the only two special Rock type moves, the other being AncientPower.
  • thumb|Ray sosteniendo la Power GemPower Gems, también llamados Power Stones, son un mineral con energía similar a Esmeraldas del Caos se encuentra en Mobius . La Propiedades de esta gema incluyen el aumento de poder, la capacidad de aumentar el tamaño de los objetos, y la capacidad de actualizar o potenciar máquinas. Supuestamente, es uno de los elementos naturales más raros que ocurren, sólo superado por las Esmeraldas del Caos.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ [[English name::| ]][[English name (linked)::| ]][[Card image::| ]] [[Card type:: Card| ]][[Card type (short)::[[ Card|]]| ]][[Attribute::| ]][[Type::| ]] [[Lore::Target 1 face-up monster on the field; it gains 800 ATK.| ]] [[?ATK::| ]][[ATK string::| ]][[?DEF::| ]][[DEF string::| ]][[Property::Normal Card| ]][[Property (short)::[[Normal Card|Normal]]| ]] Main card page: "[[Main card page::|]]" [[File:|link=File:|px]] * [[Media:|en]] * [[Media:|ja]] * [[Media:|ko]] * [[Media:|astral]] * [[Media:|barian]] * [[Media:|dub]] * [[Card Gallery : #|Gallery]] * [[Card Appearances : #|Appearances]] * [[Card Trivia : #|Trivia]] * [[Card Lores : #|Lores]] * [[Card Artworks : #|Artworks]] * [[Card Names : #|Names]] ==Other languages== ==Search categories==
  • Power Gem is a type of Special Gem that appears in Bejeweled 2 and the old version of Bejeweled Blitz (before the 2010 update). It has an appearance of gem with a glow effect.
  • Power Gems, also called Power Stones, are energized minerals similar to Chaos Emeralds found on Mobius. Properties of Power Gems include increased all around power, the ability to increase the size of objects, and the ability to upgrade or power machines. Supposedly, it is one of the rarest occurring natural elements, second only to the Chaos Emeralds.
  • At some point in his efforts to take over Mobius, Dr. Robotnik created Power Gems to serve as energy sources for his weaponry and technology. Due to an unknown fluke, one temporarily transported Sonic the Hedgehog, Mighty the Armadillo and Ray the Flying Squirrel into an alternate zone; it apparently affected the flow of time as Sonic and Mighty reappeared almost instantly despite having experienced a longer time within the zone itself, and Ray, who was later found trapped with the gem, experienced what seemed like mere hours to him over the course of nearly a decade. (KtE: #26, #27, #28, KCX) Years later, Robotnik used a Power Gem to boost the power of his Metal Sonic v2.0, which caused him to transform into Titan Metal Sonic v2.0. However, Knuckles used the power of a second gem to enlarge himself, and defeated the robot, while the other gems were stolen from Robotnik by renegade robots Heavy and Bomb. Despite this, Metal Sonic survived and repaired himself. He later located and fought Sonic, defeating him with ease due to having the power gem embedded in his chest. Metal Sonic sacrificed his life to save both Sonic and Tails after being convinced to surpass his programming, though his power gem survived the lava flow from Mount Mobius and was later incorporated in the robot once he was rebuilt as Shard, providing a steady source of power while also helping with self-repair. (StH: #86, #87, #238, KCX, SU: #41) Dr. Eggman retained one Power Gem from his predecessor's supply, and decided to use it to improve his latest Metal Sonic v3.0 model. Imprinted with combat data from all the previous incarnations, Metal Sonic v3.7 engaged Shard in battle, but eventually realized that the Power Gem was a weakness as well as an advantage. As such, it caused the gem to self-destruct, cracking Shard's gem core in the process. Metal Sonic was subsequently rebuilt into version 3.8, retaining all the abilities of its predecessor despite the loss of the gem. Metal Sonic reported the destruction of both Power Gems, but Shard's fate following the encounter was never learned. (SU: #50)
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