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Mira is the tritagonist of Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal. She is a Homo sapiens who was a slave to a tyrannical warlord known as "The Scorpion", but escaped and soon encountered Spear and Fang in which she accompanied the duo.
She is voiced by Laetitia Eido-Mollon.
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When she is first encountered by Spear and Fang, Mira was understandably anxious and distressed. When calm, she displays a trusting, gentle and kind nature, offering to share food with Spear and even making several attempts to start a conversation, despite the cultural advancement gap between the two.
When freed from her shackles, Mira is grateful and begins to actively contribute to the duo. She crafts a bow and begins helping them with hunting. She even helped by luring Fang up a cliffside when the dinosaur was to nervous to make the trek upwards. Mira also grows closer to Spear, explaining (to the best of her ability) her backstory to him.
- She is the first character in the series to ever speak on screen, although she speaks entirely in Arabic.
- Her clothing, shaved head, and the fact that she speaks Arabic with a Lebanese accent all suggest that she is from a culture inspired by either a Lebanese civilization or Ancient Egypt.