|Affiliation||Guardians of the Galaxy|
|Base of Operations||Unknown|
|Place of Birth||Zen-Whoberi|
"Harmless? You think religion is...harmless? It was this 'harmless' dogma that killed my father, my mother, my friends, my race, and forced me to hide under their corpses to survive; this 'harmless' religion made an innocent and naive girl a dangerous and vengeful woman. Don't you dare tell me there is no harm done."
"I'l never stop helping you; I don't care how strong you think you are; I don't care how strong you really are. I won't let anyone take you away from me."
"I always laugh when people say Drax is the toughest of us, because I've seen Gamora when she's pissed. When calm: she is the most dangerous woman in the galaxy, but when pissed: Norrin himself shivers in fear."
Life on Zen-Whoberi
Gamora wasn't you typical Zen Whoberian; she enjoyed adventure, and action, but she also enjoyed the relaxing activities such as reading and education. She like all of her people valued peace, and dispised war. All that changed one day the Univeral Church of Truth arrived on Zen-Whoberi. The Church wanted to convert the peacefu planet to their religion, but the Zen-Whoberians refused, as they believed in freedom and tolerance. The Church did not like that at all, and decided that extermination was the wiser route, and they began to slaughter the unarmed aliens in cold blood; all that remained was Gamora, who was shielded by her friends. Gamora was a changed woman; the fun loving, adventurous girl died with her people, all that remained was the woman who would become "the most danerous woman in the universe." She traveled the galaxy, and learned several forms of combat, and honed her body to become a weapon.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Gamora did not hesitate to join the Guardians after she learned their goals of destroying the Univeral Church of Truth. She was initially interested in pursuing Drax, due to his Zen-Whoberian genes, but she dismissed the idea, because she was not attracted to Drax, nor could the two of them restart their race.