Lara E. Iwahara

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Lara E. Iwahara

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Nationality Flag-New Zealand.jpg New Zealander
National rank 378
Date of birth August 2, 2010 (Day 986)
Date of death November 1, 2010
Residence Canterbury, New Zealand
Sex Female
Married to Arjay Phoenician
(August 27, 2010 – November 1, 2010)
Children Charlie Phoenician
Newspaper The Square Coffee
Citizen of South Korea
Day 986 – Day 1,052
Citizen of New Zealand
Day 1,052 – Her death
Congresswoman of Chungcheongbuk-do
Day 1,010 – Day 1,041
Editor of The Square Coffee

Lara Evangeline Iwahara (Phoenician) (known as Leiwahara, or more commonly Lei) was a quiet, yet stunningly resourceful individual. Her resilience and determination was only matched in intensity by her eagerness and sunny disposition. Her outlook on e-Life was overwhelmingly positive, and her personal agenda consists only of a desire to aid others and become a force to be reckoned with in the realm of e-Politics.

Lara resided in the Canterbury region of New Zealand with her husband, Arjay Phoenician, after relocating from her home of Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea, in order to aid the new established country's political stability and economic growth.


Avatar of Leiwahara
Leiwahara was born on Day 986 (August 2, 2010) in the Chungcheongbuk-do region of South Korea.

A Babe in Korea

At a very young age, Lei quickly ascertained the importance of the social structure of the game, and immediately began developing her persona. Within a matter of days, she was immersed in in-game politics, taking note of the various candidates up for Presidential election, and discerning her own opinions on important matters, particularly those that concerned South Korea.

Nations world-wide were preparing for upcoming elections. Even as a new face, with very few connections, Lei was quickly able to determine which of the three candidates would be earning her vote for President of South Korea. However, due to unforeseen circumstances*, she was unable to cast a vote on the day of elections, but was able to see her candidate, Grease, successfully win the elections by a very large margin. (* The needed level to be allowed to vote in elections was achieved the day of voting, thus barring Leiwahara from participating until the next election.)

With the election behind them, the citizens of Korea turned their attention to the forthcoming Congressman elections. With a bit of persuasion, and a humbling backing from several prominent political names, Leiwahara announced her desire to run, and began her campaign in the region of Chungcheongbuk-do and sought to improve the activity of Congress, and established that desire as her political platform.

Arjay and Leiwahara
With a successful campaign under her belt, Leiwahara continued to utilize her newspaper production, The Square Coffee, to bring attention to an overwhelming number of proposals that were under consideration by the newly elected congress. During her duration as Congresswoman, Leiwahara married her sweetheart, Arjay Phoenician, and has become immensely involved in his travels and political endeavors.

Nearing the end of her term, Leiwahara contracted an unusual virus, and was remained remotely unseen or heard in both the media and public social outlets. It was her strong belief that a consecutive term would be unwise due to her current condition, and she declined to seek re-election until her health stabilized. Weeks passed, and her condition improved, allowing her to once again to become an active member of the community. Almost immediately, she and Arjay were presented with the offer to relocate to New Zealand in hopes of establishing a sturdy government and promoting the economy and population of the newly founded nation. Without hesitation, the couple accepted, and began to pack up their belongings for their next endeavor.

New In New Zealand

On October 6, 2010, (Day 1,051), Leiwahara and the family's puppy boarded a plane to Luzon, Philippines. With Arjay currently awaiting in Tasmania, Australia, it was only a matter of time before they were reunited and beginning another chapter of their lives in this newly sparked community. On October 7th, the doors to New Zealand were open, welcoming its new citizens with open arms. The Phoenicians settled down in the large city of Christchurch, Canterbury.

Political Profile

South Korea
South Korea


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