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Kamaria Ray (カマリア・レイ?) is a character from the fictional Universal Century timeline, and is the mother of Amuro Ray.

History

Kamaria Ray was married to Amuro's father, Tem Ray and led a normal life with him and Amuro until sometime before the One Year War when Tem was called up by the EFSF to do weapons research under the guise of colony construction. Though Tem wanted Kamaria to come with them, she declined. The reasons are never stated, though the Gundam novels suggest that Kamaria was having an affair and did not want to be with Tem.

During shore leave on Earth, Amuro leaves the White Base crew to search for his long-separated mother. He lands his Core Fighter near a small camp in his childhood hometown, where he is met by three local men who warn him to hide the fighter before the Zeon find him. As they talk, Kamaria comes out of the crowd and the two embrace. They talk in a nearby church building (now a temporary medical centre for refugees), but a boy runs in, telling them that two armed Zeon soldiers are approaching. Kamaria quickly hides Amuro in a bed, covering him with blankets. When two Zeon soldiers become suspicious, push Kamaria aside and approach Amuro's bed, he pulls out and fires his handgun, shoots one dead and chases the other away at gunpoint.

Terrified of what Amuro has become, Kamaria takes Amuro outside and says that he has grown so wild, violent and paranoid that she does not even know him. He shouts angrily that she does not love him and does not realise they are in the middle of a vicious war, and breaks away from her grip. Kamaria says he was not raised to be such a violent boy. As he runs off to get the Core Fighter, she shouts that she is ashamed to call him her son.

The Zeon attack White Base, but are successfully repulsed. Afterwards, Bright and Fraw tell Kamaria how important Amuro is to them, and how wonderful a boy he is. They leave, and as White Base flies off, Kamaria cries over Amuro, and what he has become.

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  • Though is not mentioned in the stories and movies, the books state that Kamaria might have been having an affair behind Tem's back, and chose to stay behind instead of joining him and Amuro in space.
  • Kamaria's first name is not Japanese. Also, in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin the White Base lands on the Pacific coast between Washington and California, and Amuro finds his home there. Because of this, it is likely that Kamaria is not Japanese, but American. This would give Amuro a mixed heritage. In other versions of the story Amuro's town is somewhere in British Columbia.
Earth Federation
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League Militaire / Shrike Team Hangelg Ewin | Uso Ewin | Marbet Fingerhat | Odelo Henrik | Oliver Inoe | Jinn Gehenam | Katejina Loos | Helen Jackson | Mahalia Merrill | Kate Bush | Peggy Lee | Junko Jenko | Francesca O'Hara | Miliera Katan | Connie Francis | Juca Meilasch | Shakti Kareen | Romero Marabal | Muller Miguel
Civilian and Miscellaneous Stephanie Luio | Wong Lee | Shinta | Qum | Flanders | Karlmann Dukartuse | Leina Ashta
Zeon
Republic of Zeon Zeon Zum Deikun
Principality of Zeon Al Cuzco | Char Aznable | Black Tri-Stars | Braskinev | Challia Bull | Crown | Sophie Fran | Gabriel Ramirez Garcia | Eric Mansfield | Roy Greenwood | Crowley Hamon | Steiner Hardy | Von Helsing | Mikhail Kaminsky | Killing | Erik Blanke | Breniff Oguz | Cecilia Irene | Thomas Kurtz | Shin Matsunaga | Norris Packard | M'Quve | Ramba Ral | Elliot Rem | Johnny Ridden | Aina Saharin | Ginias Sahalin | Lalah Sune | Denim | Gene | Slender | Bernard Wiseman | Degwin Sodo Zabi | Dozle Zabi | Garma Zabi | Garret Schmitzer | Gihren Zabi | Kycilia Zabi | Mineva Lao Zabi | Demeziere Sonnen | Dren | Gerald Sakai | Topp |Ehrlich Kruger | Erwin Cadillac | Herbert von Kuspen | Hideto Washiya | Jean Luc Duvall | Martin Prochnow | Nimbus Schterzen‎ | Monique Cadillac | Oliver May | Werner Holbein | Yuri Kellerne | Ramuiko Stein | Catharine Blitzen | Aleksandro Hemme | Ian Greydon | Gabby Hazard | Mallet Sanguine | Robert Gilliam | Lou Roher | Matt Austin | Charlotte Hepner | Nikki Roberto | Lee Swaggard | Ken Bederstadt | Visch Donahue | May Cowin | Yuki Nakasato | Jane Conty | Garsky Zinobaev | Jake Gunns | Douglas Rodin
Delaz Fleet Aiguille Delaz | Anavel Gato | Cima Garahau | Kelly Layzner
Axis Zeon / Neo Zeon Char Aznable | Gyunei Guss | Haman Karn | Maharaja Karn | Quess Paraya | Rezin Schnyder | Chara Soon | Gottn Goh | Gilboa Sant | Nanai Miguel | Layla Lagiorr | Angelo Sauper | Glemy Toto | Ple Two | Mashymre Cello | Audrey Burne | Full Frontal | Marida Cruz | Flaste Schole | Suberoa Zinnerman
Civilian and Miscellaneous Juna | Trenov Y. Minovsky | Astraia Tor Deikun | ‎Military Woman (Kergerenko) | Zenna Zabi | Darcia Bakharov
Others
Anaheim Electronics / Vist Foundation Martha Vist Carbine | Melanie Hue Carbine | Nick Orville | Nina Purpleton | Cardeas Vist | Gael Chan | Syam Vist | Alberto Vist
Mufti Hathaway Noa | Emerelda Zubin | Gauman Nobil
Zanscare Empire Maria Pia Armonia | Cronicle Asher | Lupe Cineau | Katejina Loos | Fonse Kagatie | Arbeo Pippinden | Fuala Griffon | Duker Iq | Goze Barl | Tassilo Vago
Crossbone Vanguard Annamarie Bourget | Tobia Arronax | Kincaide Nau | Berah Ronah | Bernadette Briett | Zabine Chareux | Carozzo "Iron Mask" Ronah | Dorel Ronah | Meitzer Ronah | Sherindon Ronah | Gillet Krueger | Shelf Sheffield
Jupiter Empire Tetenith Dogatie | Zabine Chareux | Crux Dogatie | Europa Dogatie | Callisto's Light | Callisto's Shadow