She is voiced by Yasmine Al Massri in the English version of the show.
Morana's appearance is that of a woman of average height with darker features (with the exception of her eyes, which have a rather light blue hue), implying her to be of Middle Eastern/North African or South Asian descent. Like every other vampire in the animated series, she has pointed ears and sharp fangs. Morana has shoulder length hair that appears to be thick and wavy. She wears an ultramarine blue and white dress which she accompanies with a golden shawl. She also wears blue eyeshadow, golden earrings, and an ring on her right ear.
Morana is the chief administrator and organizer of Styria, running the kingdom while Carmilla is away. She is not afraid to share her honest advice with Carmilla. Morana is described as being highly cruel by Lenore; often using torture to get her way with enemies, or just for fun.
Being the one who keeps Styria running, Morana is in close correspondence with Carmilla. She was the first to embrace Carmilla's plan and helps to align Striga to it. Being focused on the present, Morana is Carmilla's prime agent in making her dreams a reality.
Morana works closely with Striga; the two keep the kingdom of Styria running. They have long been lovers and work exceptionally well together - combining solid plans, supporting each other and pushing each other to greater heights. As Striga makes a military strategy, Morana supports the plans with supply lines, currency and mercenaries. Morana is excited by the notion of building and running an empire with endless supplies of blood.
Powers and abilities
Brilliant administrator: Morana knows all aspects of how a kingdom is run. She is well educated on how effective empires were run in the past and takes inspiration while planning Styria's growth.
- Morana wears a ring on her ear based on the original Carmilla's mask (particularly, to its depiction in Castlevania II: Simon's Quest). Striga and Lenore wear one as well, although the former has it on her hair and the latter on her hand.
- Her name is possibly a reference to Marzanna, also known as "Morana" in some countries, the goddess of death and harvest in Slavic paganism.
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