- “Well, you picked the wrong side, stranger. It doesn't matter who's king, as long as there's a queen!”
She is not fond of the Dwarf Commoner. Inquiring about Jarvia's relationship with Beraht angers her. After the Dwarf Commoner is caught impersonating Everd, Jarvia is sent to retrieve the Dwarf Commoner and Leske for Beraht to punish personally, smugly gloating over their predicament.
When Beraht is slain shortly afterwards at their hands, Jarvia takes control of the Carta. If of Dwarf Commoner Origin, Leske becomes Jarvia's right-hand man; otherwise, the Warden finds him locked in a cell while hunting her.
Jarvia waits for the Warden's party at the other end of Carta Hideout. There will be a cutscene on entry to her room which inevitably ends in a fight. Several Carta members assist her in the fight in which she is defeated and killed. After her death three casteless dwarves can be found in the Dust Town. If the Warden initiates a conversation with them, they will say that even if Jarvia was not a good person, she at least provided for them. Then they will attack the Warden.
- Main article: Jarvia (strategy)
- (If the Warden supports Bhelen) "So Bhelen realised his throne means nothing if he can't hold onto it, yet he still doesn't bother to send his own men?"
- (If the Warden supports Harrowmont) "So Harrowmont finally realised we're taking over the city, yet he still doesn't bother to send his own men?"
See also EditJarvia's Shank
Requires: Dual Weapon
Damage: (1.6 + 1.68 * LVL) physical damage
((1.85 * DMG) per second)
+(0.9 + 0.09 * LVL) dexterity
+(4.8 + 0.12 * LVL)% critical chance
+(6 + 0.15 * LVL)% critical damage
Improves with level-up
+(75%) damage vs. demons and undead