|Circuitry Color||Blue (White in Tron: Legacy)|
|Functions||Companion of Kevin Flynn|
|Allies||Sam Flynn, Kevin Flynn|
|Out of universe information|
|Appearances||Tron: Evolution, Tron Evolution: Battle Grids, Tron Legacy|
Quorra is the confidante apprentice of Kevin Flynn, She has been loyally helping him survive his digital exile. Flynn has shared his knowledge of the real world with her, and as such, she longs to experience what lies outside the realm of possibility. She is the last known ISO alive and is considered by Kevin Flynn as The Miracle.
Quorra fought in a jousting program on behalf of an unknown red circuited program.
Prior to the conflict between the Basics and ISO's, Quorra was friends with Radia. She witnessed Clu's betrayal when he attempted to kill Tron and Flynn, and when Clu declared war, she - with the help of a prototype security program named System Monitor - attempted to warn Radia and the ISO's about him as well as combat the viral program Abraxas. After the purge, she attempted to kill Clu but was rescued by System Monitor and they escaped using a Recognizer. However, the Recognizer crashed and only Quorra survived, leaving her stranded in the Outlands. With her energy depleted, she collapsed as her systems began shutting down, only to be saved by Flynn at the last moment.
Quorra first meets Sam when she charges onto the Game Grid and rescues him from Clu. Gradually forming a bond with Sam, she goes against Kevin's wishes and secretly aids him in finding her old friend Zuse, only to rescue him once more when the End of Line Club comes under attack. However, her system begins to shut down after her arm is partially derezzed in the ensuing brawl. The others take her on board a Solar Sailer bound for the Portal and once aboard Kevin sets about repairing her code in order to restore her arm and reboot her. He speaks to Sam about her being the last known ISO alive while she is still unconscious. When she awakes she listens to Sam's stories about the physical world outside of the system
The Solar Sailer takes an unexpected course to rendezvous with a gigantic carrier ship while headed for the portal. The trio abandon the Solar Sailer and began sneaking through the carrier. Finding out they were going to be found out by Rinzler, Quorra takes it upon herself to distract him , so that Sam and Kevin can get away. Upon being presented to Clu, and recognized as an ISO, she is taken to Clu's Command Ship for Clu to deal with later. Sam breaks into the Command Ship and retrieves Kevin's captured Identity Disc, he also rescues Quorra from Rinzler who falls off a platform after a brawl. Escaping the Command Ship they reunite with Kevin and escape in a stolen Light Jet.
Being a skilled pilot, Quorra takes the helm of the Light Jet while Sam mans the tail gun. Together they fight off a pursuit from Clu and his men in Light Jets of their own. With her craft heavily damaged, she crash lands near the steps of the portal, only to find Clu there. While Clu is distracted with Kevin, Quorra reveals that she and Kevin had secretly switched Identity discs. In handing Kevin's disc to Sam she hands him the key to the way out of the system, and together they make their escape.
Back on Earth , Quorra ultimately has her wish granted when she accompanies Sam on his journey back home, apparently becoming a flesh-and-blood human in the process, and happily sets off with Sam as he shows her the wonders of reality.
Quorra's personality is quite innocent and childlike as well as very compassionate and naive. She likes reading books from the real world. She is also brave and willing to "remove herself from the equation" as a form of altruism. She reads books by Jules Verne, and even asks Sam if he knows him.
Skills and Traits
Quorra is an accomplished warrior, possessing significant skill with the sword and her Identity disk. She is also a skilled driver and pilot, capable of guiding vehicles through complex terrestrial and aerial stunts.
Behind the scenes
Olivia Wilde said that Quorra was inspired by several women, including Joan of Arc and Karen O. of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. She serves as a replacement for the previous female lead character Yori from Tron.