Quill, I have spent most of my life surrounded by my enemies. I will be grateful to die among my friends.
— Gamora to Peter before the Battle of Xandar

Gamora is the deuteragonist of Guardians of the Galaxy and the tetartagonist of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 . She acts as a love interest with Peter Quill.

History Edit

Early life Edit

Gamora, as a young girl, loved her biological parents very much. Her father was often into politics. However, her relationship with her family did not last forever. The Mad Titan Thanos killed everyone on Gamora's planet besides her. He kept her and raised Gamora as his own. However, he harshly treated her and her sister, often making Gamora and Nebula fight in combat and the latter of the two would fail while the other prevailed.


Gamora is stoic, distant, honourable, easily irritated, aggressive, and ruthless, but also caring, protective, supportive and motherly

Initially, Gamora is cold and harden due to her father's poor treatment of herself and her sister, Nebula. Most of her life, Gamora was turned into a weapon into her father. After learning what the orb contained, Gamora does care what will happen if Ronan gets the stone that he will destroy Xandar and kill many innocent people.

After living among enemies for years, she would be glad to die beside friends. Gamora makes it obvious that unlike her father and sister, she seeks redemption for her past mistakes. 

However, while keeping on a stoic demeanor, Gamora is actually caring and kind to her friends whom she considers family. She has a conflict in herself for her feelings for Peter, and even defended Rocket when her sister, Nebula, continued to call him a fox. Gamora is very protective of her friends; even though she initially tells Peter to gain his father's love and respect, but learning Ego's true colors, Gamora later wants to protect Peter from his biological father.   Because of her past crimes, Gamora wants to redeem herself and restrains from killing. It is shown Gamora tries not to kill, as she only restrained the men that tried to kill them and also merely knock out the Guards rather than killing them when she was escaping. Also, she never intended to kill Peter when stealing the orb from him, but only did it if it was necessary.

Gamora was also shown to be easily irritated by Drax the Destroyer. However, she has shown that she now has some patience for his antics. While a changed woman, Gamora has in fact, several aggressive sides on her part. Gamora threatened to break Mantis' jaw if she touched her to hide her attraction to Peter Quill.

Gamora also has complicated feelings for Peter. When they first met, Gamora was hesitant to kill him, but only did it out of reluctance when Peter put up a fight. While she is ignorant to Peter's lingo, Gamora is shown to be sympathetic to Quill after Yondu dies and consoles him during the funeral. However, she is nonetheless attracted to and protective of Peter and might even reciprocate feelings Quill feels for her.


Gamora is a beautiful young woman with black hair with red and purple highlights. She mostly wears it down, and sometimes wears it in a bun. She also has green skin and several markings either from being tortured, or the fact her race also has the same markings that Gamora has

  • First appearance: Hair tied back in a braid, black leather armory and breastplate, lighter black shirt that covers  her fore-arms, shoulder, black boots and leggings
  • (second appaearance:) see-through tank top with leatherly black vest-like gear showing her bare arms and chest and black wrist ands, black leatherly pants, black boots and belt holding her sword and weapons.
  • (Prisoner attire:) Prisoner uniform that consists of yellow tanktop and pants, hair tied back
  • She later reverts to her original wear before joining the Ravengers to save Xandar.
    • Leatherly red jumpsuit with brown belt, black jacket flaps on the front, leather red pands, black boots
  • Her final costume was a long black dress with black boots and her hair down.

Role in filmEdit

Gamora tries to persuade Peter to not give Udonta the stone, but unknown to her and Yondu, Peter switched the orbs and gave his foster father the one containing the troll toy. When Udonta leaves, Peter shows her that he indeed switched them out and kept the real orb. Gamora points out that Yondu was going to kill him, but Peter tells her that he was the only known family that he ever had. However, Gamora hints that the Guardians are his newfamily. The team later grieves for the loss of Groot while others celebrate.

Gamora was with Peter when he learned that he was half-human and half-alien, which presents with her saying that's why he held the power stone as long as he did.


Gamora's relationships can be found here.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Louis D'Esposito on Twitter
  2. Based on Nebula's statement of how she hated Gamora the least of their siblings