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Livia sas Junius

Livia sas Junius (リウィア・サス・ユニウス, Riuia Sasu Yuniusu?), is a antagonist from Final Fantasy XIV, and a Tribunus Angusticalvius in the XIVth Imperial Legion of the Garlean Empire.



Livia sas Junius FFXIV Art

Artwork of Livia's helmet.

Livia is a woman in a suit of an Imperial officer's armor colored white and black with a unique helmet that bears the visage of a one eyed woman. She wields a pair of gunbaghnakhs called 'Algea' that have been welded to her armor.


Vicious, cruel and unstable, she takes delight in the domination of Eorzea and harbors little love for her fellow soldiers often issuing death threats to them whether they are rank and file soldiers or even of a higher rank than her like Nero Tol Scaeva. Her affection is reserved solely for the man she loves; Gaius Van Baelsar who she serves with loyalty bordering on fanaticism.


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FFXIV Imperial Legatus

Livia and her fellow Tribunes with Gaius.

Having been orphaned in a war and separated from her sister Lucia, Livia Sas Junius was taken in and raised by Gaius Van Baelsar. Livia seeks to repay Gaius for his kindness towards her by joining his new campaign to continue the empire's subjugation of Eorzea in the aftermath of the Seventh Umbral Era.

She is first seen confronting Nero tol Scaeva for straying from his assigned duties to spy on the Adventurer slaying Ifrit and threatens to execute him herself if he lets himself fail, causing him to remark that it would be foolish of him to confront a woman in love.

Livia vs Minfilia

Livia pointing her gun at Minfilia.

Later, she leads the legion's attack on the hideout of the Scions of the Seventh Dawn in Vesper Bay. Barbarically she kills most of the organization's members after Minfilia's formal surrender and kidnaps her, Urianger, Papalymo, and Tataru, dealing a large blow to those fighting back against the Garleans and the Primal threat.

She oversaw the interrogation of Minfilia herself, brutally beating the woman demanding information on the Echo and how it lets her resist the tempering of the Primals. Livia later confronts the Adventurer and gets into a battle with Yda when they break into the Imperial stronghold to save Minfilia and the others.

Disturbed by the death of her comrade Rhitahtyn Sas Arvina, Livia's psyche begins to unravel and she is given the orders to defend Castrum Meridianum by Gaius after the two rendezvous in his quarters.

Livia Magitek Armor

Livia on her custom Magitek Armor.

She is last seen at the end of Castrum Meridianum Baileys, intent on preventing the Adventurer from continuing onwards to the final dungeon, the Praetorium. She starts off piloting a suit of Magitek Armor, however, she eventually discards the machine and fights the party on the ground using her gunbaghnakhs. Ultimately, she is defeated by the party and left to die as she cries out for her lord, Gaius.

Spoilers end here.



Livia Castrum

Livia in battle.

Livia is shown to be highly proficient at hand-to-hand combat, her weapon of choice being a pair of gunbaghnakhs. She incorporates both rapid and powerful punches along with swift kicks and gunshots into her fighting style. She is also shown to be proficient at piloting magitek armor.

Triple TriadEdit

Livia sas Junius Card
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Card No. {{{number}}}
Totaltotal stats of the card {{{total}}}
Type {{{type}}}
Description "Fail to do as my lord commands...and I will spare him the trouble of punishing you."
Obtain {{{obtain}}}

Musical themesEdit

"Steel Reason"
XIV Steel Reason
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The theme "Steel Reason" playing in all the battles against Livia and the other Tribunes. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu.

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Livia TCG

Livia appears as part of the Thunder set.

Triple TriadEdit

Livia appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.



Livia is a Latin girl's name derived from a diminutive of "Olivia", meaning "Olive". Her last name, Junius, is the Latin word for "June".


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