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Karina is a middle aged woman with fair, short hair. Like many Eldian women in the camp, she wears a scarf on her head when she goes outside.
Karina has a very kind behavior towards her family members, like her son and niece. She takes pride in their achievements and always support them, seeing when she congratulated Reiner on becoming a warrior and Gabi after hearing what she did during the Marley Mid-East War.
Like most Eldians living in Marley, she hates the Eldians from Paradis, taking them responsible for the Eldians' outcast status in Marley.
She also appears to be faithful when it comes to romance, as she had no other known lover after Reiner's father and wished to reunite with him years after their affair. However, the latter implied that it could be a personal revenge after he rejected her and their son because of their heritage.
Karina once had a job outside the internment zone. This is how she met a Marleyan man and had an affair with him, leading to the birth of Reiner. Because such unions are forbidden in Marley, she raised her son alone, remaining in the internment zone. Karina eventually revealed his origins to her son, wishing she was born a Marleyan. She ended up convincing Reiner to become a warrior cadet, so the pair would gain Marley citizenship and Reiner could reunite with his father. When Reiner anounced her he had become a warrior, she warmly congratulated him, stating they were a step closer to Marleyan citizenship.
The day of the warriors' departure to Paradis, Karina was in the crowd cheering them, crying. Before he sailed, she expressed her faith in her son and her certainty his father wished him success as well.
At the end of the Marley Mid-East War, Karina and her relatives welcome back Reiner and Gabi to Liberio. Later on, the whole family has dinner. They listen to Gabi's feat and Karina asks to Reiner if she could become a warrior. Hearing his affirmative answer, she expresses joy and pride at the thought of having two warriors in the family then complains about the Paradis inhabitants' existence. As Reiner discusses his time on Paradis, she quietly silences him, and encourages Gabi to stop the inhabitants of Paradis.
- Reiner Braun - Karina deeply loves her son and have faith in him. His personal achievements, such having become a warrior, makes her proud.
- Gabi -