Trinity was created by the Wachowski Brothers (Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski), for use in The Matrix Trilogy (The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions), The Animatrix, The Animatrix short film Kid’s Story, video-games, as well as The Matrix Comics. Trinity is a very dangerous opponent in a fist fight she has been trained in martial arts and weaponry in the war to save Zion Trinity fought hard and long.
Neo was your average guy his name back then was Thomas Anderson an computer businessman from New York. One day he was in his dreaming that was really a second life he went to a night club and Trinity found him they talked for a short period of time then the dream ended he woke up in bed at his apartment. One day he was at work when he got a package delivered to his cubical it was a phone when he took it out it started ringing he answered and it was Morpheus with info on how to get away from the agents.
The Matrix Reloaded
Trinity aids in the rescue of the Keymaker from the Merovingian and in the subsequent escape, but her real role in the plot does not come into play until the climax of the story, where Neo is forced to choose between saving Trinity and saving humanity, by joining with the Source and choosing 23 individuals to rebuild Zion after it is purged by the machines. If he chooses to re-enter the Matrix in order to save Trinity, the Architect warns Neo that the destruction of Zion together with the system crash of the Matrix, and the death of all connected to it, would cause the end of humanity.
Where previous Ones chose to save humanity by accepting the Architect's deal, Neo's 'profound attachment to the human species' (instilled in him through the Prime Program) manifests in his relationship with Trinity as an individual, not in a feeling of responsibility for the entire human race, like the previous Ones. He thus chooses to save Trinity instead of continuing the cycle.
This is perhaps the result of the Oracle's actions, since the Path of the One normally leads to the One choosing to save humanity by making him believe he is the messiah and savior of humanity. But the Oracle has steered Trinity into falling in love with Neo (by telling her she would fall in love with the One before she met Neo), and thus has subtly changed the profound attachment that the One has for humanity into an attachment not only to humanity, but more so in one particular individual he loved deeply: Trinity.
Although Neo fails to save her from being shot after re-entering the Matrix, he is subsequently able to not only remove the bullet, but also in reviving Trinity after she dies of her injuries within the Matrix.
The Matrix Revolutions
Trinity is involved in the rescue of Neo from a cut-off segment of the Matrix, where he is being held by a program in the employ of the Merovingian. In the real world, Trinity goes with Neo to the Machine City in an attempt to negotiate with the Machines, serving as the pilot after Neo is blinded in a confrontation with Bane/Smith.
While attempting to evade Machine pursuers, their hovercraft crashes into the machine city. In the aftermath of the crash its is shown that Trinity has been impaled in the abdomen and arm by power cables, resulting in her dying after saying a final goodbye to Neo.
- Real Name: Unrelieved
- Marital Status: Relationship with Neo
- Known Relatives: None
- Group Affiliation: Morpheus group
- Occupation: Co-Captain and Soldier
- Base of Operations: Morpheus' hackship
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 125 lbs
- Eyes: Grey
- Hair: Black
Powers and Abilities
Trinity is a highly proficient computer hacker, who was known in the computer security underground for having once cracked a major IRS database.
Superhuman or near-superhuman agility, speed, reflexes and acrobatic fighting style.
She favors hand-to-hand combat and medium-calibre handguns rather than heavy weaponry.
Trinity appears as a sparring partner for Ghost. She is voiced by Carrie-Anne Moss.
Trinity fights alongside Neo as a NPC in several scenes. She is voiced by Carrie-Anne Moss
Despite having died, Trinity returns, without a physical form (the Machines recovered her program from her dying body) Trinity takes the appearance of a floating figure made of golden code within The Matrix. it was revealed both she and Neo were actually the culmination of decades of Machine research into translating human DNA perfectly into Machine code, allowing them to interface directly with technology without the need for simulated interfaces.
She ultimately meets her end in the Source of The Matrix, merging with a human inside the core of the Machine code base itself, combining the three core groups; Man, Machine and Program. This initializes the final reboot sequence, removing the Oligarch control and allowing the Machines to finally exist without fear of cruel masters. Although it is unclear from the outlines Ben Chamberlain released prior to the game's closure, this conclusion likely sees the creation of a new truce between Zion and The Machines and is the basis for the new Matrix created around the concept of human thought control.