Liva is a secondary character in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
- Because the hygiene of nearly every army's troops leaves a lot to be desired, military brothels have a reputation as dens of questionable pleasure and indubitable gonorrhea. Therefore Liva, fulfilling both the role of camp follower and medic, was an important element of the military machine. A brothel without medical supervision can easily turn into a seed of infirmity, and that is just one step away from becoming a source of sabotage and damaging military capability.
- Liva had worked in the camp during the previous Kaedweni-Aedernian campaign, and knew a lot about the events of those terrible days.