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Eva Gardner is Kane Gardner and Jennifer Gardner's biological daughter, and an apparent resident of the NORA Satellite Zone in Blaster Master Zero 3.

Physical Appearance[]

Eva is a child that has blond hair and blue eyes. She looks almost identical to Eve, her "sister", and even has a cat theme to her look as well.

Personality[]

As Eva is a kid is is very playfully. When every her father Kane is around he teach her all about being a Metal Attacker pilot and has adapted some of Kane's behavior to her playfulness according to Jennifer, for better or worse.

Plot Role[]

Blaster Master Zero 3[]

Eva first meets Jason at NORA thinking he is a intruder. When she realizes Jason is not a intruder and is looking for her mother Jennifer, she calls her mother over. As Jason leaves for Planet Stranga, Eva playfully says she is firing a Homing Missile at him from the Metal Attacker-styled buggy she wheels about in. Jason goes along with her and asks if that was another warning shot only for Leibniz to grumble at the notion of a Homing Missile being a warning shot. Eva remarks that Homing Missile doesn't always hit their targets which Jason comment on the irony and the two unintentionally criticize a nearby Jennifer. Jason asks Eva what she thinks about being away from her father, Kane, as a result of his ongoing command of Sophia Force. The youth replies that they will always be together because they are a family.

Following these conversations on the initial visit to Jennifer's lab, Eva remains as a non-interactive asset, rolling around in her tiny Metal Attacker stroller.

True Ending[]

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Jason will mention the talk he had with Eva as one of the reason why he thinks his and Eve's children will be alright, despite having to be raised a dimension apart from their parents.

Trivia[]

  • The comment Eva makes about Homing Missiles not always hitting their targets is a call back to the Classic series, particularly a mix of their slow tracking and collision issues.
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