|Lieutenant (Fourth Wing)
Captain (Iron Flame)
|Place of birth
|Basgiath, Morraine Province, Navarre
|General Lilith Sorrengail (Mother)
Violet Sorrengail (Younger Sister)
Brennan Sorrengail (Older brother)
Mr Sorrengail, official name unknown (Father)
|Shield Extender Wielder
|Montserrat, Morraine Province, Navarre
Mira is tall and strong with powerful muscles. According to Violet, she has beautiful skin which radiates with health.
She has a golden-brown hair sheared short. Before her sister entered the Riders Quadrant, Mira had one single scar, the one her dragon gave her at Threshing. After being stationed at Montserrat, Mira acquired a new scar that stretches from earlobe to her collarbone.
Mira is a character of many facets – shrewd and cunning, with a streak of cruelty, yet also kind and considerate. Her natural talent as a rider is undeniable. Despite her tough exterior, she shows a softer side, especially when it comes to her sister. This is also evident from when she helps Violet and her friend, Rhiannon Matthias, sneak out of the Montserrat outpost for a brief visit to Rhiannon’s sister and nephew. This act of kindness reveals a depth to her character that goes beyond her formidable riding skills.
Mira is a walking shield. She has the ability to extend shields.
Mira loves her sister Violet very much. She worried about her when she is about to cross the Parapet. She tries to convince their mother, General Sorrengail to allow Violet to enter the Scribes Quadrant as originally agreed. Furthermore, she gives Violet rider leathers and created a special protective corset made from Teine’s scales.
She keeps Violet’s book, The Fables of the Barren, and gives it back to her when they reunite at Montserrat. Mira is worries about Violet due to her proximity to Xaden Riorson. She warns Violet against Xaden saying that he has secrets and has reasons to never forgive their mother.
Mira thinks Violet a badass after bonding not one but two dragons.
Her relationship with her brother is strained after the discovery that he is still alive. She punches him in the nose, then argues with him repeatedly.
After realising that her own mother lied to her for years, Mira develops a strained relationship with her mother. She is not hesitant to speak back, argue and be vocal about her disappointment. In Iron Flame, she even threatens her own mother so her and her sister are being let see the wardstone.