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DC Comics

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From DC Database

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A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

Lara is the name commonly attributed to Superman's Kryptonian birth mother.

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Fallout

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Lara
Biography
race: Human
affiliation: Lara's gang
role: Gang leader
location: Den
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 2
quests: Lara wants to know what is being guarded in the church
Get permission from Metzger for gang war
Find weakness in Tyler's gang guarding the church
Help Lara attack Tyler's gang
Statistics
Technical
dialogue file: DcLara.msg
actor: None

Lara is the leader of a small gang on the West Side of the Den in Fallout 2. She lost out on a chance to guard Metzger's church to Tyler, a rival gang leader, and now wishes to take the job by force with the help of the player.

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Den

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Guild Wars

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From GuildWiki

Lara

Classification
Species: Human
Profession:
Level(s): 1

Location

Dialogue

"I built a special snowman for Dwayna and one of those Grentches came along and melted it! It took me all day to build it, too! I guess I'll have to start all over again...."
"Keep an eye out for Grentches! They're really horrible. Did you know they have hearts three times too small??"

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Lostpedia

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Lara Chang
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Lara Chang is Pierre Chang's wife and the mother of Miles Straume. She was a member of the DHARMA Initiative and lived on the Island in the 1970s. In 1977 Lara and her son were evacuated from the Island on the Submarine. Off Island Lara came to reside in Encino, California.

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On the Island

Lara and her son are evacuated from the Island. ("Follow the Leader")

1974

Lara lived with her husband Pierre on the Island where they had a son who they named Miles. It was implied by Pierre that Miles was named after the jazz musician Miles Davis of whom Lara was a fan. One day Lara stood behind a time-traveling adult Miles, in the cafeteria lunch queue. This was when adult Miles realized he was now living amongst his parents. ("Some Like It Hoth")

1977

Lara was seen in 1977 in the company of both her husband and baby son, not knowing that an adult version of Miles was watching from outside. ("Some Like It Hoth")

The next morning at 8:15 a.m. she greeted Pierre as he woke up and told him that it was his turn to help their son. ("Because You Left")

The next day Pierre Chang organised the evacuation of all the DHARMA women and children from the Island. Lara and her baby son left the Island on the Submarine, on her husband's orders. Lara appeared upset by her husband's insistence that they should leave. After leaving the Island Lara and Miles moved to the United States. ("Follow the Leader")

Off the Island

Miles sits at his mother's bedside. ("Some Like It Hoth")

Lara and Miles, now in the United States eventually settled in Encino, California. As Pierre didn't tell them the reasons of the evacuation from the Island, Lara eventually felt that Pierre had abandoned them.

Approximately ten years later, while Lara was finishing up the paperwork for her new apartment landlord, Miles unwittingly discovered a dead body in apartment 4. Lara inquired as to how he knew the body was there, and Miles said that he heard the dead man screaming.

Many years later, Lara became gravely ill. She was being cared for in the same Encino apartment by a nurse named Evelyn when a rebellious teenage Miles came to visit her after not having seen her for quite some time. He tried to get her to tell him what she knew about his abilities and about his father. Lara simply told Miles that his father was long dead, that he had never cared about them, and that he was buried somewhere Miles could never go. ("Some Like It Hoth")

DHARMA Booth Video

While Pierre was filming a video that was broadcast into the future, Lara was nearby with the baby. Several seconds into filming, the baby began crying uncontrollably, interrupting Chang's video. This caused him to stand, and yell to an off-screen Lara to take "him" outside, as he only had one chance to film the video (presumably because of the pinhole he had mentioned earlier.) The sound of the infant crying ended and Chang continued filming. (Dharma booth video)

Trivia

  • After the name was first said by Pierre Chang in the Dharma booth video, much fan speculation arose as to what the name really was. Many believed the name to be "Jennifer," while others believed that he was saying "Stanislav" (a reference to the psychologist). However, the name was confirmed when Francois Chau confirmed in an interview with Lostpedia that the name was indeed "Lara," which was further confirmed by the press release for "Some Like It Hoth."

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ST Expanded

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Lara 
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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Lara was a pair of Modular Conveyors that served with Twin Suns Transport Services under the leadership of the Azzameen Family. They were among the few Azzameen vessels still active after the Galactic Empire and Viraxo Industries seized the Azzameen Family's assets. Shortly before the discovery of the second Death Star, the Rebel Alliance assigned the Azzameen Family to securing supplies for the Vergesso Shipyard in the Vergesso Asteroids. Lara group was stationed at Bilbringi 514 Station along with cargo ferry group Juno prior to this assignment. Aeron Azzameen and Ace Azzameen led both groups out of Bilbringi to Viraxo Industrial Complex VXO-33274 in order to raid it of badly needed supplies. Despite the resistance put up by both the Viraxo and Black Sun forces present at the site, the Azzameens successfully defended Lara group with the Otana. Lara escaped to the Vergesso Asteroids with their cargo and returned home once the assignment was completed.

Appearances

  • Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Lara

Lara

Kanji

瀬良あゆみ

English

Lara

Alternate names

Ayumi Sera

Appears in

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4

Gender

Female

Lara, known as Ayumi Sera in the Japanese version, is a character appearing in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4.

She uses a Zombie Deck.

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