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At an old enough age, Miranda was able to escape from her father, hinting that "shots were fired", and fled to Cerberus, who she had learned her father was an investor to.
Cerberus gave her asylum, and her father cut off his support of Cerberus.
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Miranda Lawson is a fictional character in the role-playing video game series Mass Effect by Bio Ware.
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She's one of the top agents of the pro-human organization Cerberus, assigned to supervise the "Lazarus Project", which was the project that brought Shepard back to life.
She is revealed to have been genetically designed by her father (Henry Lawson) to be perfect, and ran away from home to join Cerberus.
In Mass Effect 2, camera angles and shots such as a close-up of her butt were employed to focus on "her curves and sexuality", identified as key parts of her character, her being someone genetically engineered to be "perfect" and a femme fatale.
Miranda first appeared in Mass Effect Galaxy, released in 2009; in Galaxy, Miranda communicates with Jacob Taylor as a hologram and is his main source of information on how to stop the batarian threat.
Miranda returns in the 2009 comic book series Mass Effect: Redemption, where she first encounters Liara T'Soni and Feron on Omega, offering to help them recover the lost Commander Shepard, after meeting Liara with the Illusive Man, she then takes Liara and Feron back to Omega, telling them that Shepard's body is still on the station and instructs them to recover it, with Cerberus reimbursing them for their efforts.
Later, when the Shadow Broker's agent Tazzik makes off with Shepard's body to sell to the Collectors, Miranda asks the Illusive Man for permission to stop him, but the Illusive Man tells her to wait, saying that they need to find out why the Collectors are interested in Shepard.