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Date of Death
Thor: The Dark World ( mid-credits scene )
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy Prequel Infinite Comic
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Prelude
- “I will no longer be your slave!”
- ―Carina to the Collector
Carina was a Krylorian slave of the Collector, acting as his aide and servant. She finally grew tire of her passkey ‘s barbarous discussion of her and, in an try to kill him, she tried to harness the baron of the Power Stone, but she could not handle its extreme power and was quickly killed .
Serving the collector
Presenting the Asgardians
- “I present to you, Taneleer Tivan, the Collector.”
“Asgardians, it’s an honor.”
- ―Carina and the Collector
Carina was the help and servant of the Collector, a status she abhorred due to her overcome ‘s negative treatment towards her and her predecessors. She presented the Asgardians Lady Sif and Volstagg to her master at his museum when they brought him the Aether. [ 1 ]
Carina defended her maestro when the Asgardians questioned his methodology, which involved the imprisonment of living creatures. After the Asgardians left, Carina and Tivan discussed plans to collect the early Infinity Stones, starting with the Orb. Tivan suggested hiring Gamora ; Carina was diffident of that idea given Gamora ‘s connection to Thanos. [ 2 ]
Claiming the Orb
- “I don’t have to tell you what happened to the last attendant who disappointed me. Do I?”
- ―Collector to Carina
While serving her dominate by polishing the cages in the Collector ‘s Museum, Carina was reminded by the Collector that the last attendant who served him became a part of his museum when she disappointed him. Carina worked indefatigably to please her chief despite her own mature hatred of him.
When Gamora arrived at Knowhere in the caller of the Guardians of the Galaxy with the intention of selling the Orb to him, she ordered an appointee with the Collector through Carina. Carina chose to make the Guardians wait before calling in the group after Rocket and Drax the Destroyer had broken into a bibulous brawl. Carina stood by as the Collector explained the ability of the Infinity Stone .
Upon hearing about the huge world power of the rock, Carina sought to take the stone and use this power to free herself from her barbarous use, not understanding everything she heard Carina grabbed the stone in an undertake to use it for herself to kill the Collector. however, to her surprise the stone was more powerful than she realized that it instantaneously began ripping Carina ‘s torso from the inwardly, causing a massive explosion and making Carina screech in agony. The Power Stone made Carina ‘s body disintegrate in a purple explosion, which lone injured Tivan, but destroyed most of his collection. [ 3 ]
Carina had always to tolerate the barbarous treatment of the Collector, her headmaster. Abhorring her position as the Collector ‘s adjutant for his negative treatment towards both her and her predecessors, Carina became a pent-up individual, despising her dominate secretly while pretending to be faithful towards him, such as when she defended her master ‘s Asgardian methodology. Desperate to achieve her exemption at any cost, when Carina became mindful of the huge power of the Power Stone, she immediately grabbed it and announced that she will be no longer his slave. however, after hearing everything the Collector said, Carina refused to understand the Stone ‘s office, and she ended up suffering an agonize end .
- In the comics, Carina Tivan is the daughter of the Collector, who sent her to seduce one of his greatest enemies, Michael Korvac.
- Carina is the second “minor servant” character from an earlier film to be killed in Guardians of the Galaxy, the first being The Other.
Behind the Scenes
- The character was originally dubbed “Maverdevia”, a label created by the cameraman who helped James Gunn film the post-credits scene for Thor: The Dark World. The real name of the character was later revealed to be Carina.
- Ophelia Lovibond was uncredited for her appearance in Thor: The Dark World.
- Sian Milne was a stunt double for Ophelia Lovibond in the role of Carina.