|Nice will only get you so far. To be really popular, you need a little fear factor.|
|—Mira Shards in "Dragon Games"|
Mira Shards is a 2015-introduced and fiction-only character. Secretly, she is the Evil Queen in disguise, who takes the form of her younger self to infiltrate Ever After High while the Dragon Games take place. Unlike most, Mira does not have a side in the destiny conflict. She most likely portrayed a Royal in Ever After High, because the Evil Queen wants her daughter to be evil but she is mostly probably a Rebel because she wanted the destiny to concur over other realms and kingdoms. According to Raven Queen's Magic Mirror Card, there's a girl who lives in Raven Queen's Magic Mirror, who appears to Raven for a brief moment, disappearing quickly with surprise. She could be the real Magic Mirror's daughter.
Mira is a rather extroverted, bold, and loud person. She enjoys whatever kind of attention she receives from other people. She tends to be spontaneous with her words, and can be incredibly sly and tricky. The girl who lives in Raven Queen's Magic Mirror is very rude, saying things like "what are you looking at" for the people who try to use the mirror.
Mira is taller than most students on campus, and has a notable tendency to arch her brow when confused, angered, or annoyed. She has raspberry-colored hair with light purple streaks and a widow's peak hairline. She has tan skin and striking purple eyes, with matching purple eye shadow. As she is secretly the Evil Queen in disguise, she bears an uncanny resemblance to her daughter, Raven Queen. Her look goes for an evil one, such as black and hints of red.
Mira claims to be the daughter of the Magic Mirror.
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As she is the Evil Queen, she shares the same familial relationships, with Raven as her daughter. But she is also the daughter of the Magic Mirror.
Mira considers Raven as her BFFA, but wishes that she could be evil.
- November 13, 2014: Mattel requests the trademark for Mira Shards.
- January 29, 2016: Mira makes her cartoon debut in "Dragon Games".
- It is unknown where Mira stands in the destiny conflict, but since she is the Evil Queen in hiding and the Evil Queen did not like her own destiny, she is most likely a Rebel.
- Mira has tan skin in the show, but her profile art has pale skin, and her doll has extremely pale, almost snow-white skin.
- It is possible that Mira could actually be a real girl and that the Evil Queen is pretending to be her.