Lana was born in a small town located on Hawaii. Her parents taught her to walk, talk and potty trained her. When she entered local primary school, she did not make friends. Her main hobbies were painting and reading. In middle school, she made a drawing for the school exhibition. Her art teacher realized she was really gifted. Lana's parents then enrolled her in an art school, where she got the best grades of her class. One night, her father came home late, telling her mother he got a job as an artist in New Orleans. He wanted Lana and his wife to move to Willow Creek with him. Lana's mother refused, and soon after, her parents eventually divorced. Her mother met a now boy, who worked as a lifeguard at the swimmingpool. They quickly got along and fell in love. He proposed her not so long after their third date. During the summer holidays before high school, Lana's mother announced her they were moving to Willow Creek because she was transfered there.
Life in Willow CreekEdit
The Wahines moved to Willow Creek one week before the beginning of the school year. Lana really enjoyed her new house, and she also liked to walk along the waterfront near to her house. Two days before school started, some colleague of her mom invited her to a party that took place in the Ancient Ruins. Lana wanted to go with her mother. At the party, she met Victoria. They were the same age. During her first day of school, Lana spent most of her time with Victoria, as they had most of their classes together. They quickly became friends, and Lana celebrated her first New Year in Willow Creek with Victoria.
The Dance BattleEdit
The last day of summer, Lana and Victoria wanted to hang out together. They met at the Island Buff. Victoria had brought her uncle, Alexander Goth. Lana and him got along. The three teenagers were having a great time, when the Paragons arrived. Luna and Siobhan said that the Island Buff was their place to hang out, and that Lana, Victoria and Alexander had nothing to do there. Lana didn't agree with this, and started arguing with Luna. Siobhan stopped the argument before it turned into a fight, and planned a dance battle to decide which groupe would own the Island Buff. Lana and Victoria met Siobhan, Sergio Romeo and Luna at the Ancient Ruins and started a dance battle. Luna wanted the audience to choose the winner. Unfortunately for her, they voted Lana. Luna was in anger, but she said she let them be the queens of the Island Buff. Victoria replied that this was a public space, and nobody would own it, but she said that both groups could become friends. Luna refused, saying that she and the Paragons would find another cool place to hang out.