Aerie | Anomen | Cernd | Edwin | Haer'Dalis | Imoen | Jaheira | Jan Jansen | Keldorn | Korgan | Mazzy | Minsc | Nalia | Valygar | Viconia | Yoshimo
Available only in Throne of Bhaal: Sarevok
Race: Drow Elf
Alignment: Neutral Evil (can be changed to True Neutral in Throne of Bhaal if you romance her and pick the right dialog options)
Starting Equipment: None
How to find: Go to the Government District. At 6 in the western part of the district, next to the prison, a group of fanatics is preparing to burn Viconia at the stake because she is a Drow. You will have to release her from the stake and fight the fanatics if you want her on board. If you don't save Viconia the first time you come by, she will be killed.
Your party's reputation will drop by 2 points simply for traveling with a Drow Elf. If Viconia is dropped, the party gets the 2 reputation points back, which is bad news if you're traveling with other Evil companions and your reputation goes from 17 to 19...
If dropped: Goes to the Graveyard District.
Romance: Viconia will romance a male protagonist if he is Human, Half-elf or Halfling. As a Drow, she will not romance an Elf! Please see Extremist's Romancing Guide (available from Sorcerer's Place) for further information.
NPC Quest: None.
Relations with other NPCs: Keldorn can't stand the Drow and will in the end give her one day to leave, or else... If Viconia is still around 24 hours later, they leave the party and fight to the death.
Viconia may get into a fight with Valygar if you speak to the "lady" Oriana in the Government District. She hits on Valygar who rejects her, and when Viconia questions his manhood, they both leave the party and fight to the death.
Behavior that causes her to leave the party: Viconia leaves the party if your reputation goes to 19 or higher.
Background information: Viconia Devir comes from the Drow city of Menzoberranzan in the Underdark. Her family lost influence in one of the frequent Drow "political" battles and she had to flee the Underdark. However, her experiences with the "surfacers" haven't been pleasant either.
Viconia is the best divine spellcaster in the game, with the possible exception of Cernd. Her combat abilities are less well developed and I prefer to keep her in the back with a sling.