- 贝格：“为什么维奥莱特·达科斯塔被踢出西格玛小队了 ？”
Due to periodic attempts from outsiders to access the Helix servers, Melanie Lemay had a proprietary detection system implemented in early August, with Violet handling the logistics. Over the next few weeks, she and her security team discovered a number of unauthorized data packets that were entering and leaving the servers. They subsequently decrypted and decoded them, revealing a number of audio, video, and text files of sinister origins. On 21 August, Violet alerted Melanie to the threat and promised to keep her updated as they learned more.
Sometime later, Violet observed a security breach unlike the ones she had seen before; seventeen servers were compromised simultaneously in perfect unison, each via completely separate backdoor programs. While the perpetrator did not take anything, they scanned almost everything, from genetic memory archives to raw DDS data, leading Violet to conclude they were looking for something.
When Violet discussed the incident with Melanie later that day, she shared her theory that some kind of AI was living in the network, moving freely between servers. Both women decided to attend a meeting regarding the security breaches in the evening.
In 2016, Violet went to Baltimore on behalf of Otso Berg, to met with André Bolden, a seventy-two years old veteran of the Vietnam War and a descendant of Albert Bolden, a Black Cross who was the last known owner of the Koh-i-Noor. The Templar lied to the old man, telling him that Abstergo wanted him to sign in a special program for veterans with mental issues, such as Bolden's PTSD, promising that thanks to a device that allowed the company to enter minds, they would finally give him peace.
Once Bolden accepted her offer, the two traveled to the Abstergo facility in Philadelphia, where Violet introduced her new recruit to Berg and the Animus technician Caitlin Gift. After a brief talk, the old man was conducted to the Animus room by Gift. Meanwhile, the Templars took place behind some monitors in another room to watch the memories as he relived them, with Violet asking her boss if he ever considered telling the truth to Bolden. That by sending him back to 19th century, to witness the meeting of Black Cross Solomon Bolden with the Flemish Jan van der Graff in North Africa, the Templars' true goal wasn't to cure him of his PTSD but to at last find back the Koh-i-Noor whereabouts in Bolden's DNA. However, upon emerging from his first session, during which they incidentally discovered that his ancestor wasn't Solomon but van der Graff, Bolden immediately realized that he had been lied to and escaped thanks to the Bleeding Effect, with Berg telling the security to let him go.
Still a mole for the Instruments of the First Will, Violet uploaded a trojan horse on the servers, to divert Bolden data to them, while Berg left for Bolden's hotel, to convince him to come back. Telling the curious old man that their mission was very important and promising not to lie to him again even if he had to keep the whole truth from him for his own protection, Berg secured Bolden's cooperation once again. Back at the facility, the three Templars and Bolden confered on the implications of what they had learned in the Animus. The fact that Dre, while wearing the Bolden name, was possibly not affiliated with the main Bolden bloodline due to him being a descendant of van der Graff and not Solomon Bolden. To Violet who asked what they knew about van der Graff, Caitlin replied that he was mentioned in the journal of Tavis Olier but an incredulous Violet pointed the fact that according to the Templar records Solomon's predecessor was believed to be dead by 1805. Berg then told them that there was only one way to solve this mystery, Bolden had to go back into the Animus.
While Dre was further exploring his ancestor's memories, da Costa questioned the wisdom of Berg's trust in Bolden, surprised by his behavior as he didn't strike her as the trusting type to which Berg playfully replied that it was hurtful as he trusted her. Through the old man, the Templars witnessed the death of Solomon Bolden and the capture of Jan van der Graff in Tripoli by men of Sultan Selim III while he was trying to steal the Koh-i-Noor for Napoleon Bonaparte. However, Bolden had a rough time in the Animus and his health began to deteriorate. As Berg rushed to the Animus room to see if Dre was alright, Violet asked if he planed to tell him everything now that he had heard about the Piece of Eden, but Berg angrily replied that the priority right now was Bolden's well-being. The need for medical support allowed another mole of Juno, Freddy, an Abstergo medic, to become closely involved with the Templar hunt for the Koh-i-Noor.
Later that night, as Berg decided it was time to tell the truth about the Templar Order to Bolden and have a chat with him over a drink in a bar, Violet went to a secret meeting with Freddy in a parking. She chastised him for asking to meet her, as it was a danger for their cover, before asking him what he wanted. Freddy told her that Bolden was a danger to their cause and needed to be dealt with and revealed that the other Instruments were panicking due to Berg being too close to finding the artifact. As Violet was telling Freddy that killing Bolden was a very bad idea because they needed the old man alive to find the stone and because it would raise the suspicions of her boss, the most dangerous man in the World in da Costa opinion, Berg suddenly called to tell her that there had been an attack.
While the two Instruments were meeting, four men tried to murder Bolden in a drive-by shooting but the attempt was foiled by Berg who saved his asset and executed the killers after he jumped into the moving car from one its window. After hanging up, Violet once again chastised Freddy for having recklessly put them both in danger as she believed that Berg now knew that the Templars had a mole in their midst. What they didn't knew, was that it was in fact Berg himself who hired the hitmen through a proxy, to play the act of the savior after revealing the disturbing truth to Bolden and secure the veteran's loyalty by "saving" his life.
As requested, Violet met with Berg at the facility, the latter asking why she brought Freddy with her, the mole pretexting that she thought he needed medical assistance. The fearsome Templar told Freddy to take care of Bolden before greeting Gift, whom he also called and asked to come, claiming that he had decided to push forward their research without delay due to the recent attack. Returned to the Animus, Bolden had difficulties to go through the ruthless questioning Jan van der Graff underwent in the hands of Selim's agents before witnessing his ancestor meeting with Olier, who was infact alive but also prisoner of the Ottomans.Back at the bar in front of which he was attacked, Bolden was having a drink when Violet joined him. Asking him if he was okay after he shared the agony of van der Graff, Violet also told Bolden that they still needed himand she was glad that Berg told him the truth about the Order. Eventually, she gave him Albert Bolden's Templar pin stating that Berg wanted to gave it to Dre himself but was occupied elsewhere.
Following the discovery of Caitlin Gift's body in the facility, strangled by Freddy when she stumbled upon da Costa's syphon on the Animus servers after hours, Violet was called back. To confuse the issue, Violet told Berg that according to the security caches it was Caitlin who turned the camera off and uploaded the data to a unknown party before being murdered. Asking to speak to her in private, Berg entrusted his fellow Templar with the investigation, tasking her to find the source of the data syphon. When Violet apologized for not catching abnormalities in Gift's background, Berg revealed to her that he didn't believe in Gift's guilt and that he suspected the work of moles covering their tracks. He then sarcastically told a dumfounded Violet that it was either moles or the Black Cross killing a corrupt Templar.
During Bolden's last delve into the Animus, the Templars learned that Jan van der Graff was trained and inducted into the Order by Olier during their imprisonment and that after his escape, the flemish almost recovered the Koh-i-Noor before losing it to a team of Assassins. However, while they were sharing a drink in the bar several hours later, Bolden privately revealed to Berg that while he was disconnected from the Animus he saw that his ancestor secured the artifact, having tricked the Assassins.
Later, Violet and Berg found the body of Freddy disposed in Berg's office. Still unaware of Violet's true allegiance, Berg then stated to her that they couldn't trust anyone, with the mole replying to him that no, they couldn't.
On the whole, Violet is a rather blunt and straightforward individual, who has little patience for people that do not follow her orders. Much like her boss, she does not appear to think very highly of Melanie, mocking her by calling her a "super-chipper overachiever". Violet's mean-spirited sense of humor made itself apparent elsewhere as well, as she continually referred to the analyst as "numbskull", without them having really done anything to merit that nickname.
Though she is a member of the Templar Order, she is secretly another pagan follower of The Instruments of the First Will. This means she worships Isu's as deities, more specifically Juno. She also believes that humanity are meant to be the servants of the Isu beings. She may even believe that by doing her loyal service to The Instruments of the First Will, she will be awarded with life inside The Grey.
Her relationship with her boss is notably better, likely due to the amount of time they have been working together. Violet is also a self-professed history nerd, as demonstrated by her excitement when Berg described the Viking raid on Lindisfarne, which he had relived through one of his ancestors' memories.
- 她是一名英国科幻电视剧《神秘博士》的影迷, 并在一条数据库条目中引用它。