Sang'gre Mira of Lireo, Diwani of Hathoria, is the daughter of Sang'gre Pirena and Gamil, a diwata soldier. Switched in infancy with her cousin Lira by her mother, Mira grew up believing she was the true heir to the Diwata throne.
Due to Sang'gre Pirena's ascension as Hara of the new Hathoria, Mira becomes automatically the heiress presumptive, being the former's daughter. Mira was promoted as a full-fledged Sang'gre of Lireo after being trained by Cassiopea.
She is Lira's best friend and closest confidante. Due to their closeness, they consider themselves as partners-in-crime and sisters. She was chosen by the Water Gem to become its new master succeeding Sang'gre Alena of Lireo.
She is chosen by the Water Gem because of her kind heart.
Mira becomes a half-sister to the daughter of Azulan and Pirena.
Mira follows the blue color scheme, the same as her supposed mother, Amihan.
Mira's training outfit is white.
A few days after she was declared heiress of Lireo, Mira adopted the red color scheme.
When in battle, she dons her own combat armor which is similar to her mother, Pirena, but with slightly bulkier appearance. After many years, her armor was upgraded to crimson red.
Her new dress is a crimson red regal gown with multiple rubies. After the Water Gem chose her as its new master, she adopted the training gear of her Ashti Alena. In special occassions, Mira adopts green as her signature color representing her as the Water Gem's chosen one.
Raised as the sole heiress of the Queen of Lireo, Mira grew up getting everything she wanted. She started having troubles when she grew up, for her character had been deemed unsuitable for queenship by the people around her.
After her return from the world of the mortals, Mira became more mature and composed as a Diwata - receiving praise from Amihan that she is a suitable heiress to the throne despite Mira insisting that Lira, Amihan's real daughter, is the rightful heiress.
She loathes her own mother, Pirena, due to the pain she felt of being used for the latter's ambitions. But Mira still yearns to be loved by her own mother, which Lira assured her will happen in the near future. Mira is pessimistic that her mother will change for the good.
Mira inherited her mother's intelligence.
Mira admitted to Lira that ever since they became friends, she became more concerned with Lireo and all of Encantadia; a trait that she will always cherish despite Lira's tendency to kid around. Her friendship with Lira is very close-knit, she considers her to be her own sister; her personality balances that of Lira. Due to Lira's standing, Mira respects her cousins claim to the Diwata throne and supporting her all the way.
Mira is a pessimist causing her to always exercise caution; she became Lira's, her cousin, chief adviser despite some differences on resolving conflicts in Encantadia.
Being raised by Queen Amihan made Mira grow fondness to her - as if she is her real mother.
Upon the death of Pirena, Mira became very much remorseful for all the hurtful words she said against her mother. Lira was correct about Mira being aloof to Pirena, the fear of being hurt again by her own mother that she loves the most.
Mira has learned the way of life of the mortal world from Lira and also from Anthony during her temporary stay in the mortal world.
Mira was the daughter of Sang'gre Pirena and a diwata soldier named Gamil. She was conceived as a part of her mother's plan to exchange her identity with that of her cousin's, Lira, daughter of her aunt, Queen Amihan of Lireo.
Mira was born in Hathoria. When Pirena presented her to Hagorn, he said that he was glad that the child was born a member of the Kingdom of Hathoria, and named her Mira, after the best ore used in Hathoria's forge. Pirena said it was a beautiful name, but one which the child can never use, as she will be assuming another identity.
Pirena secretly brought her daughter to Lireo and feigned reconciliation with her sisters. With the help of Gurna, she exchanges Mira with Lira. She cast a spell on Mira so that when others look upon her, especially Amihan, they would see Lira until she had grown up.
When Mira grew up, she was trained by her aunts in combat. Pirena used these moments to bond with Mira, and she gets jealous when Amihan bonds with her.
Mira was greeted by her mother and her aunts on her banyuhay, where she used her first power, teleportation.
Eventually, Amihan started having an intuition that Mira was not her daughter. When Pirena heard about it, she manipulated Amihan into feeling guilty, so that from then on Amihan swore to love her daughter wholly.
Mira sought to keep Amihan pleased with her by giving gifts. Pirena had advised her to do this so that Amihan would not seek to have other children, who will be Mira's rivals.
Pirena's plans to attain power rested on the succession of Mira to the monarchy of Lireo.
Mira grew up to be a sweet but naive princess. She often played hide-and-seek with Ades.
Mira was allotted a throne on Amihan's right. She welcomed her aunts when they returned from their trips outside the palace. When Danaya said they should start worrying because the Hathors had been idle for too long. Mira teased her for always thinking negatively. Amihan sends her away with Ades, so she could talk to her small council.
Mira sometimes observes Amihan and tries to imitate her.
Mira once accosted Banak and Nakba for playing in the palace. When they embraced her she softened up and decided not to report them anymore to Aquil. Pirena, who had been watching her, tells her not to soften up to such creatures if she wished to become queen of Encantadia.
During an early training with Danaya, Danaya notices her lack of energy and sleepiness, and opines that Mira would never be prepared to become queen. Mira was annoyed and walks out. Aquil tells Mira not to take Danaya's words negatively. Danaya tells Aquil that Mira needs to be strong and able to take criticism, qualities she would not acquire if they always tolerate and mollify her.
Mira wanders off into the forest, angered by Danaya's words. She felt Cassiopea's presence and was frightened when she saw her. She takes a fallen twig for defense, and tells Cassiopea to identify herself. Cassiopea replies that she is the Eye, and offered to look into her future. Mira agrees, and was amused when Cassiopea demanded payment. She did pay, and Cassiopea foretold that she would not be a queen, for she would give up Encantadia for a man. Mira refused to believe and left.
Pirena noticed that Mira had been gone and tells the others. They organize a search, and eventually find her. Upon returning to the palace, Mira asked if there had already been a queen of Lireo who had a husband. Amihan replied that Lirean law forbade it, and reminds her of the fate of Minea and Raquim. Pirena heard the conversation and asked Mira what led her to think about love. Pirena learns of the prophecy and counsels Mira to kill the man, if she found him.
In the human world
Mira returns to Cassiopea and learns that the man she would fall for is in the human world, and the only way to get there would be the Key of Asnamon.
Mira takes the key of Asnamon and goes to the human world. Because the key was missing, the diwatas were able to deduce that Mira went to the human world, and Amihan followed her.
Mira wanders and becomes a curiosity to the people because of her clothes. She briefly bumped with her cousin Mila. Mira was accosted by the policemen for her eccentricity but she managed to get away. She got in trouble with some men, but Anthony saved her. Mira recognized him as the man Cassiopea had shown her, and runs away.
Amihan later saves Mira from getting hit by a car. Mira was angered and was about to strike the car with her sword, but Amihan stopped her. Amihan and Mira went back to the portal, but Mira is still thinking of Anthony.
Interest in the human world
Upon returning to the palace, Mira expressed her interest to know more about the human world. Amihan learns of the prophecy that Mira had heard. Amihan makes Mira promise to consult her if she had such a problem again.
Mira actively tried to get some permission or excuse to go to the human world, but she gets foiled. Because of this she often sulked in the royal court. Aquil and Imaw told Amihan of their opinion that Mira was not yet ready for the succession.
Mira observed Alena's sadness at Ybarro's death and asked Amihan if that is what love does, and if it could also happen to her.
Mira overheard when Pirena asked Imaw about the council's opinion on Mira. Imaw said that no one in the council believed that Mira is ready to be queen, and if necessary, an interim successor among the other Sang'gres would have to be appointed.
Mira was hurt and runs into the forest, where she was greeted by Hagorn.
Period of Peace under Hara Danaya
Mira, after receiving instructions from Bathalang Emre, proceeded in training herself in the art of combat being more proficient with the sword under the tutelage of her mother, Pirena. She assisted her mother in restoring Hathoria, given that they were two of the last three living descendants of the royal house of Bartimus.
After many years, Mira, together with her cousin, Lira, was able to pass Cassiopea's test in order to become full-fledged Sang'gres. Her training made her an efficient swordswoman, like her mother, Queen Pirena of Hathoria. Upon return to the Palace of Lireo, her mother gave her a crimson red shield with a ruby on it to serve as additional protection. Hara Danaya addresses her as "Diwani Mira of Hathoria" implying Mira embraced her Hathor blood fully.
Rise of Etheria
Mira was discouraged upon finding out that the Fire Gem, the gem of her mother, did not choose her at all. This led to a confrontation between her and Pirena as she reasoned that she can never be her. However, she quickly agreed with Lira that they became too entitled causing them to be filled with pride - causing them to apologize to the new keepers due to their rude behavior. This act of humility caused the Water Gem to choose her as its new master, much to the amusement of her Ashti Alena.
Before leaving to Capade, Hara Pirena showed her the sacred burial mound of Hathoria where she was reminded to be as brave as her Hathor ancestors. Pirena asked Mira that she should not follow how Lira speaks, Mira assured her of this and promised, upon her return, Pirena will be proud of her. Pirena told her this is not a promise but rather a vow she intends to keep.
Together with the other keepers, she went to the Island of Cassiopea. Mira failed the first trial after summoning her sword in order to save Ariana and Muyak from the Hadezar. As punishment, Mira, together with her fellow keepers, was forced to fill an empty jar with enchanted vessels. Mira received Deshna's frustration telling her that the latter doesn't deserve to be punished. Mira challenged Deshna where she will go if she leaves. She pointed out that Deshna still lacks the skills and her power is insufficient to defeat the Etherians.
Death and Resurrection
That night, Mira missed her mother and wished to visit her in Lireo. Muyak informed her, however, that Cassiopea had set up a barrier that would prevent her and Lira from teleporting themselves out. When the Etherian Mashnas attacked, the trainees were unable to leave the island. Mira fought against Andora with her sword, but was eventually paralyzed by Andora's power. Asval slashed her at the back with his axe. Mira thinks she would not be able to survive and asked her cousin Lira to tell her mother that she loves her mother despite everything. In a rage, Lira attacked Asval and Andora, but was paralyzed again. Asval slit Mira's throat with his axe.
Arde appears inside the room in Lireo where the bodies of Lira and Mira interred and he revives them. He takes them to Hagorn's camp to serve as hostages. Pirena recovered Mira and Lira when she tricked Hagorn by giving him a fragment of the Fire Gem. All Lireo celebrated, but at Hagorn's request Arde took the consciousness of Mira and Lira away. When Pirena asked Hagorn to make them wake up again, he gave Mira and Lira illnesses instead, when she refused to give in to his demands.
Mira's health is restored by Pirena using a cure from Hagorn. She was enraged to learn what Hagorn had done to Lira, and tried to take the remaining cure from him, but he defeated her. She participates in the final battle against Hagorn.
Mira attends the wedding of her mother with the Punjabwe Azulan. Mira finally meets the ivtre of her father Gamil at the coronation of Hara Alena of Lireo.
Appearance outside Encantadia (2016)
Despite not being seen in Mulawin vs Ravena, Lira mentioned to Pirena that Mira was in Sapiro, together with Sang'gre Danaya and Hara Alena of Lireo, for a meeting with the former's father, Rama Ybrahim of Sapiro.
As a Sang'gre, Mira has the ability to teleport.
Being the granddaughter of Hagorn and daughter of Pirena, Mira inherited their sheer intelligence. She immediately deduced the possible actions of Queen Amihan to save Ybrahim and Sang'gre Pirena and their locations after realizing there is no one in Sapiro.
Mira is proficient with using the sword. Her main weapon is the sword granted by Emre himself known as Kamao ni Emre based on the Enchan letters written on its blade. Her armor is presumed to come from the vault of armor and weapons of Lireo, it is a bulkier version of Pirena's armor granted by the Fire Gem. Her armor is later shaded into crimson red appearance.
Her sword is considered as a god-weapon and it was able to stun a platoon of Hathors in a single stroke when Lira and Mira rescued Alena from Hagorn. Despite being a god-weapon, just like the Kabilan, its powers are not enough to kill the Hadezars.
Mira has given by her mother the Fire Shield for defense upon becoming a Sang'gre.
|Left-side symbol||Paternal family||Male|
|Right-side symbol||Maternal family||Female|
|Monarch of Hathoria||Hathoria royalty|
|Monarch of Sapiro||Sapiro royalty|
|Monarch of Lireo||Lireo royalty|
Diwata royal family
- Mira and her cousin, Lira, were conceived on the same night. They were born on the same night that their grandmother, Minea, died.
- Mira has the most diwata blood among the descendants of her grandmother Minea. Her mother was half-Hathor, her aunts were half-Sapiryan, while her cousin Lira is 3/4 Sapiryan and only 1/4 diwata.
- Netizens believe Mira's cold shoulder treatment to Pirena, evident in Episode 119, is a consequence for Pirena's rebellion against Queen Minea, who suffered the same from Pirena herself despite Minea's genuine love and affection.
- The irony between Mira and Lira is that the latter's mother trained Mira in the art of combat upon the belief she is Lira. While Lira will be trained by Mira's mother, Pirena, in the art of combat until Lira's skills are proficient enough to avenge her mother's death.
- Lira was correct about Mira being aloof to Pirena due to the fear of being hurt again by her own mother. After Pirena proved her sincerity with her life as the price, Mira broke down and yearned to be with her real mother again - proving Lira correct that Mira loves Pirena very dearly.
- Pirena's comment on Lira and Mira's situation as heir presumptives imply that Mira still has a strong claim to the throne of Lireo given she was Amihan's adoptive daughter.
- Mira is the third Diwata, in recent memory, aside from Lira and Cassiopea, who saw Emre personally.
- Mira was portrayed by Yasmien Kurdi in the first book of 2005-2006 series.
- Mira uses the blue color scheme now, unlike in the 2005 version, where she used red. Eventually, she adopted the red color scheme after she was declared as heiress.
- Unlike in the original series in which Mira became Lira's rival for Anthony's affection and for ambition, Mira, in this series, becomes a close friend of Lira. Mira doesn't have ambitions to the throne and kept on insisting that Lira is the rightful heiress of Amihan, while the others were under Ether's curse. Later, Imaw blesses both Lira and Mira in order not to have friction or disagreement between the two.
- In the original series, Mira doesn't have her own actual combat armor nor any signature weapons. In this requel, she has acquired the sword from Emre, known as Kamao ni Emre. Her combat armor is similar to her mother, Pirena, but with slightly bulkier appearance.
- In the original series, Mira had her heart taken away by Lavanea causing her to be cold. Hagorn assigned her to become the acting Queen of Lireo in his stead.
- In the original series, Mira was killed by Asval after he tricked Pirena into releasing Agane from her and she didn't get revived prior to the Hathor war. Mira lastly reunited with her mother briefly during the coronation of Hara Danaya at the end of first book.
- Mira had briefly held the Fire Gem when Hagorn had borrowed it to her in the original series.
|Kingdom of Hathoria|
|Monarchs||Bartimus | Arvak | Hagorn | Pirena|
|Consorts||LilaSari | Azulan|
|Princesses||Mira | Deshna|
|Kingdom of Lireo|
|Queens|| Cassiopea | Ursula | Demetria |
Minea | Amihan | Danaya | Alena
|Acting rulers||Pirena | LilaSari|
|Sang'gres|| Esmeralda | Adhara | Amihan |
Lira | Mira | Kahlil | Adamus | Cassandra
|Paopao | Ariana | Deshna | Lira | Mira | Muyak|
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Weapons | Objects | Languages | Powers | Culture | Positions