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Vivica is an upcoming character in a future season of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir. She might be a veterinarian, and when originally planned, she was planned to be an akumatized villain, although this and other elements of the character may have changed since then.
Being a vet, Vivica is skilled at working with and treating animals.
As a villain
It is unknown if Vivica will be akumatized like the character was originally announced to be. However, during a meeting, it was suggested by Jeremy Zag that Vivica's akumatized form could control animals.
- Vivica is based on a real person of the same name. As the winner of a contest at the Miraculous Ladybug panel at Los Angeles Comic Con 2016, Vivica got to help create a future akumatized character during a visit at Zag Studios in Los Angeles.
- The real Vivica said she wanted to be a vet when she grew up, which is what inspired the character Vivica's job and akumatized form in early development, though it may have since changed.
- According to the whiteboard seen behind Jeremy Zag during the meeting for creating Vivica, Vivica might be a fan of Cat Noir and feels like he doesn't get enough attention.
- Based on the whiteboard, either Hawk Moth, who "knows Cat very well," might get jealous of Vivica or something else, or Vivica might become jealous and it leads to her akumatization.
- As of May 17, 2017, Vivica's episode has not been written; the French crew did not know about Vivica even being a character. Because Season 3 was almost completely written, it is possible that Vivica will not be seen until Season 4 at the earliest if she still appears.
- On June 3, 2018, Thomas Astruc noted that Vivica will still appear, but ideas from her development early on have changed.