What is the personality type of Sugilite? Which MBTI personality type best fits? Personality type for Sugilite from Steven Universe 2013 and what is the personality traits.
Sugilite personality type is ESTP, or one of the ESTPs (esoteric, speculative, and practical). These people are very direct, action-oriented, and they like to get things done immediately. They are very clear in saying what they want and need and tend to be blunt in their criticism and in expressing their ideas and opinions. ESFPs think and live in the present and live in the moment. They enjoy taking risks and facing challenges and want to try new things and do exciting things. ESFPs often have a vivid imagination and often enjoy writing or telling stories. They tend to be very creative and can see possibilities in everything they do. ESFPs love to live life on the edge and enjoy challenges. They prefer to take risks rather than play it safe. They can be very impulsive and sometimes feel overwhelmed by the tasks they take on.
Sugilite is a Sapphire T-Virus.
Sugilite is a synthetic mineral that was first synthesized in the 1960s by scientists experimenting with uranium. The synthetic chemical was refined into a soft blue stone that has a bright luster that sparkles when light reflects off the stone.
Sugilite is a relatively rare pink to purple cyclosilicate mineral with the complex chemical formula KNa₂₂Li₃Si₁₂O₃₀. Sugilite crystallizes in the hexagonal system with prismatic crystals. The crystals are rarely found and the form is usually massive. It has a Mohs hardness of 5.5–6.5 and a specific gravity of 2.75–2.80. It is mostly translucent. Sugilite was first described in 1944 by the Japanese petrologist Ken-ichi Sugi for an occurrence on Iwagi Islet, Japan, where it is found in an aegirine syenite intrusive stock. It is found in a similar environment at Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, Canada. In the Wessels mine in Northern Cape Province of South Africa, sugilite is mined from a strata-bound manganese deposit. It is also reported from Liguria and Tuscany, Italy; New South Wales, Australia and Madhya Pradesh, India. Sugilite is commonly pronounced with a soft "g", as in "ginger".