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: Head curator at the Memory of the City in Retrograde Doisseia
c. 1350–1925. Active in city life and a highly decorated researcher at the VLW in Anterograde Doisseia
, Karina vocally espoused the belief that settlement on a world with so many other cultures had made the Lilitai soft, as evidenced by the extensive Lyrisclensian participation in their parliament and the abyssal population growth rate. Karina's primary research interest was in the history of the Lilitai, especially the Illeran period (672-829 lilpo). She was key in efforts to preserve and promote traditional Lilitic art, and undoubtedly the later eminence of Lilitika in academic culture on Thet can be traced in part to her influence.
However, the most significant contribution Karina gave to history, by a large margin, is her spearheading of the recolonization of Illera
in 1924. Prompted by Pesenese plans to develop Illera for tourism, Karina successfully lobbied the Lilikoisan Parliament to install a permanent facility there. To her delight, the outpost staff soon planned to rebuild temples and other amenities, and subsequently requested that she join them in restoring the city of Koitra, the largest restoration project in the history of Lilitic art preservation.