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March 20, 2007, at 09:28 PM MST by Blue Spider -
March 20, 2007, at 09:26 PM MST by Blue Spider -
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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a Reaver ship. My take on that scene was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reavers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention clues: among those is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

February 05, 2007, at 04:17 PM MST by JenK - add that Mal enjoys baiting her, quotes, Guild perks
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Inara is a highly regarded, registered Companion, and the most respectable person aboard Serenity. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class Serenity, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

She does not count the crew among her clients.

Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoo-in for the rank of High Priestess of The Guild on her home planet of Sihnon, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a pistol.

There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart Of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shindig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a Companion

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered Companion, and the most respectable person aboard Serenity. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class Serenity, least of all Malcolm Reynolds.

She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and chooses her clients according to her own standards, usually from the upper class.

She does not count the crew among her clients.

Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing - certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks. Simon Tam might have been able to contract with her before he spent his fortune...but then again, he might have been disappointed.

Inara was born, raised, trained, and practiced her craft on on her home planet of Sihnon, the jewel of the Core Worlds. She was a shoo-in for the rank of High Priestess of The Guild when she left Sihnon over a year ago. She has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a pistol. And while Inara may be traversing the fringes of the 'verse with Serenity, she is still a member of The Guild, with access to its perks. As she notes to a client she "fired" in Shindig:

Atherton Wing: Well, get ready to starve. I'll see to it you never work again.
Inara: Actually, that's not how it works. You see, you've earned yourself a black mark in the client registry. No Companion is going to contract with you ever again.

There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart Of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore'. Partly it's to show his disapproval of her profession, but he also seems to enjoy baiting her. In Shindig he demonstrates a great deal of respect for Inara:

Inara: You have a strange sense of nobility, Captain. You'll lay a man out for implying I'm a whore, but you keep calling me one to my face.
Mal: I might not show respect for your job, but he didn't respect you. That's the difference.
November 22, 2006, at 08:32 AM MST by Thomas -
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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a 'Reaver) ship. My take on that seen was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reavers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a Reaver ship. My take on that scene was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reavers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

November 18, 2006, at 01:55 PM MST by Jeffrywith1e - spelling of Reavers
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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a 'Reiver,sp) ship. My take on that seen was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reivers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a 'Reaver) ship. My take on that seen was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reavers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

October 27, 2006, at 10:18 PM MST by Tinka - Yes, possible subplot, tho perhaps not in the direction you are going. Evidence too subjective.
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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode, and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

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In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode,(edit: Inara looked at the syringe as the ship was passing by a 'Reiver,sp) ship. My take on that seen was that she would have killed herself with the contents of said syringe before allowing herself to be raped to death by Reivers, not that it held a secret youth syrum. End of Edit) and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all".

September 30, 2006, at 10:47 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (played by Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (played by Morena Baccarin)

March 12, 2006, at 04:42 PM MST by Lunarhound -
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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}}, and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}}, and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoo-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a InarasPistol pistol?.

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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoo-in for the rank of High Priestess of The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a InarasPistol pistol?.

January 29, 2006, at 07:26 PM MST by Formatting -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (played by Morena Baccarin)

January 29, 2006, at 10:03 AM MST by Barnaby36 -
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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heart Of Gold, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwhacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Out Of Gas: "I'm not running away from anything."

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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heart Of Gold, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in {{Bushwhacked}}, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Out Of Gas: "I'm not running away from anything."

January 29, 2006, at 10:01 AM MST by Barnaby36 I think I got it covered -
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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heart Of Gold, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Out Of Gas: "I'm not running away from anything."

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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heart Of Gold, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwhacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Out Of Gas: "I'm not running away from anything."

January 29, 2006, at 10:00 AM MST by Barnaby36 need a bit of help with wiki-linking please -
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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heartof Gold?, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Outof Gas?: "I'm not running away from anything."

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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heart Of Gold, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Out Of Gas: "I'm not running away from anything."

January 29, 2006, at 09:59 AM MST by Barnaby36 need a bit of help with wiki-linking please -
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Another hint is also shown in the episode Heartof Gold?, at the point when Nandi tells Inara that she doesn't "look a day older." Finally, another clue is given in Bushwacked, when Inara tells Simon that "we're all running away from something." Note how this contrasts with her defensive exclamation in Outof Gas?: "I'm not running away from anything."

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- this is also shown in the episode 'heart of gold' when inara meets an old friend and is told that she doesn't look a day older-


January 28, 2006, at 01:11 AM MST by Findingserenity -
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- this is also shown in the episode 'heart of gold' when inara meets an old friend and is told that she doesn't look a day older-

January 13, 2006, at 03:09 PM MST by Dallan007 -
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A Hidden Past?:

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A Hidden Past?

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One theory states that Inara is using some kind of drug to maintain her youthful appearance, and that she is older than she looks

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One theory states that Inara is using some kind of drug to maintain her youthful appearance, and that she is older than she looks.


January 13, 2006, at 03:05 PM MST by Dallan007 -
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A Hidden Past?:

In the DVD commentary a hidden storyline concerning Inara is alluded to. This storyline was not developed past the 'hints' stage. The commentaries mention two clues: one is the syringe that Inara looks at in the pilot episode, and the other is the conversation she has with Simon in the episode "Out of Gas", specifically the line "I don't want to die at all". This unresolved plot may have something to do with the reason Inara left such a prominent position on Sihnon and chose to travel the rim.

One theory states that Inara is using some kind of drug to maintain her youthful appearance, and that she is older than she looks

January 01, 2006, at 06:39 PM MST by rin -
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There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart Of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shingdig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a {{Companion}}

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There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart Of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shindig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a {{Companion}}

December 21, 2005, at 11:08 AM MST by MikeBond -
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There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shingdig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a {{Companion}}

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There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart Of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shingdig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a {{Companion}}

December 20, 2005, at 08:50 PM MST by MikeBond -
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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: Whore (Mal) ), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}}, and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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There exists a romantic tension between Inara and Malcolm Reynolds through all the episodes of Firefly, but comes to a head in Heart of Gold. Malcolm frequently refers to Inara as a 'whore' to show his disapproval of her profession. In Shingdig it is blatantly obvious that he has a great deal of respect for Inara, despite her being a {{Companion}}

November 29, 2005, at 10:09 AM MST by SomeGuy -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg {{Inara}} - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

November 28, 2005, at 01:13 PM MST by littleriver -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg {{Inara}} - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

November 22, 2005, at 02:48 PM MST by Anon -
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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoe-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a InarasPistol pistol?.

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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoo-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a InarasPistol pistol?.

November 11, 2005, at 04:45 PM MST by Bob -
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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: Whore (Mal) ), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

October 08, 2005, at 12:31 AM MST by Paul -
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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

May 31, 2005, at 09:03 PM MST by Chveya -
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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded, registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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She does *not* count the crew among her clients.

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She does not count the crew among her clients.

January 17, 2005, at 03:29 PM MST by Tenshiko -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Sera - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Serra - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

September 21, 2004, at 10:28 AM MST by bonk -
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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets thanks to the influence of The Guild. A Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

September 06, 2004, at 01:30 PM MST by Nick Smale -
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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least liscensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least licensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

May 19, 2004, at 11:45 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/inara13.jpg Inara Sera - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/inara13.jpg Inara Sera - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

May 16, 2004, at 09:07 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoe-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a Inara'sPistol pistol?.

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Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoe-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a InarasPistol pistol?.

May 16, 2004, at 09:02 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Inara is a highly regarded registered [Companion] (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least liscensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

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Inara is a highly regarded registered {{Companion}} (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least liscensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

May 16, 2004, at 09:02 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Describe {{Inara}} here.

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http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/inara13.jpg Inara Sera - The "Ambassador" (Morena Baccarin)

Inara is a highly regarded registered [Companion] (read: courtesan), and the most respectable person aboard {{Serenity}}. No one seems to know what such a high-priced working girl is doing on the very low class {{Serenity}}, least of all Malcolm Reynolds. She’s elegant, educated, and beautiful. She maintains her own space - a shuttle on the ship - and only has the high class and decent clientele. Prostitution (or at least liscensed prostitution) is legal on almost all planets -- thanks to the influcnce of The Guild, a Companion is essentially of the highest social standing -- certainly higher than a ship full of petty crooks.

She does *not* count the crew among her clients.

Inara was born, raised, practiced her craft, and was a shoe-in for the rank of High Priestess of the The Guild on her home planet of {{Sihnon}}, the jewel of the Core Worlds. Since leaving Sihnon over a year ago, she has adapted quite well to the wild border worlds... she even owns a Inara'sPistol pistol?.


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