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Japan, Kira's Kingdom
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Rose of May, by Nobuo Uematsu
Alexandra Harding is a Force-user and Major of the Kira's Kingdom Marine Corps. She is the daughter of Admiral Alexander Harding of the Holy Imperial Aerospace Navy and Air Marshall Nagisa Harding of the Holy Imperial Air Force.
Born in 10 BNE to then-Captain Alexander Harding and then-Wing Commander Nagisa Harding, Alexandra's early life was typical of a military child. Because of her family's frequent moving she was rarely able to build close friendships, and focused instead on her studies. In 4 NE her Force-sensitivity was discovered and she enrolled in the Dragon Academy, and in 8 NE she also enrolled in the Officer Training Program of the Holy Imperial Marine Corps.
Despite juggling her officer training and Force training, Alexandra excelled at both and in 10 NE graduated with the rank of Major. Later that year she was deployed to North America to take part in Operation Overawe, the Kira's Kingdom invasion of the United States of Americans during the Second Confederate War. Here she was assigned to guard the Mars-Class KAS Archangle, and engaged Jedi Knight Roland Falkner when he boarded the ship and sabotaged it's Warp Crystal Drive. Alexandra was severely injured in her duel with Roland, losing her left arm from the elbow and both legs at the knee, and as a result was unable to escape the Warp Crystal's breakdown. Although she was able to survive the breakdown by drawing on the Force, exposure to the uncontrolled energies resulted in severe Astral Poisoning.
Alexandra was rescued from the crippled KAS Archangle and brought to the medical bay aboard the Sol-Class KAS Solwind, where she received emergency treatment before being transported back to Japan. She was awarded the Golden Heart for injuries received in service, and transferred to a hospital on Themis for further treatment.
Previously polite and friendly, following her injuries in the Second Confederate War Alexandra became more reserved and stern. She is well-liked by her superiors and peers alike, and is highly respected by her subordinates.