Silva is a doctor. When the Queen Arshtat Falenas turned her wrath on Lordlake, she was the only doctor to stay and help. She lost her license as a result, and she's been practicing without one ever since. Silva was acquainted with another Doctor named Murad. Decades ago, Silva became a physician of an army and there she met Galleon who was a soldier. The two got married and Silva taught her husband combat first aid. Unfortunately Galleon spent more time in Sol-Falena due to his devotion to the Queen and as a result, she and Galleon divorced.
Before the Sun Rune War, when Freyjadour Falenas and Sialeeds Falenas came to Lordlake, she treated them rudely because Arshtat, the mother of Freyjadour and sister of Sialeeds, forbids the people of Lordlake to access clean water.
During the Sun Rune War, when Freyjadour destroyed the Hatred Fortress to help the Lordlake and its people, Silva was delighted and she decided to join in Freyjadour's Ceras Lake Castle. She cured Lyon after she was stabbed in the war and she met her ex-husband in the Loyalist Army's headquarter, the Ceras Lake Castle. After the war, she declined an offer to become the Sun Palace doctor and opens a practice in Lordlake, where she looks after ordinary folk.
Role in the GameEdit
Joins automatically after restoring Lordlake.
Silva adds the Relief skill to a military unit, which regenerates the unit's hit points after each action in battle.
- Silva hasn´t got much of a bedside manner, but she´s a hell of a doctor, regardless.
- When the Queen turned her wrath on Lordlake and scared other doctors away, she was the only one to stay and help. Because of that, she actually lost her license, and she´s been practicing without one ever since. Good for her, I say.
- She traveled more when she was younger, never staying in a particular clinic for long. She volunteered to be an army doctor and saved lots of wounded troops on the battlefield. That´s how she met... you know, "him."
That girl is a hard worker. She even helps make the beds in the infirmary. I'm really grateful.