Anyone know what real life player shes based off?
"Dva" staing for "two" in Russian is very unlikely intentional, it's more like an interesting coincidence. First, there is no basis for her to be affiliated with something in Russian, and second, the word would be used incorrectly. "Dva" is either a neutral form (for example when counting "one, two, three"), or an assigned numeral ("pilot number two"). The correct form to refer to her and her mech would be "Dvoye" - "two of them". Zhnigo (talk) 16:25, 17 May 2016 (UTC)
Hana Song seems to be an actor as well. there are several movieposters on Hollywood with her pic and name on it.
Added talk section about Muv-Luv Fortified Suit resemblance[edit source]
The character's suit bears an uncanny resemblance to the MLU/A Fortified Suit, designed to interface the user to their mechs. For comparison, see Pilot_Systems#Fortified_Suit_Types on MuvLuv Wikia - would this fit into Trivia? 188.8.131.52 15:20, 1 December 2016 (UTC)
- I believe our policy on that is that we only add lookalikes if it's been verified to be the inspiration or a homage. --Fuzzlepuzzle (talk) 15:25, 1 December 2016 (UTC)
Added section concerning Song's forename[edit source]
D.Va's name is Hana Song, 'Hana' is a normal name in Korea, but also means number one in the Korean Language. This could be purposely chosen to represent Song's competitive gamer nature.