| "I once thought I could save the world... now look at it"
— Spoilers for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided follow!
She is not a local of Prague, and is only here because her work in uncovering the truth forced her to relocate for safety reasons. Ever since relocating, she has been using a Schengen visa and a language implant to get by.
As part of her work for Samizdat, she has written stories on topics such as Panchaea, the murder of Angela Gunn, and the Human Restoration Act. She was also working on uncovering the truth behind Praha Dovoz being a front for a much larger organization and was scouting out the place.
- Her real name is unknown, but it might be Ophelia Carter (as hinted by K, see below) or Suzanne (as mentioned in an e-mail from Angela Gunn) – or these could be just pseudonyms.
- K credits her with writing the book The Wheels Come Off, a 2013 book focusing on conspiracies. In an e-mail on Smuggler's computer in Deus Ex, the author of this book is said to be Ophelia Carter. Ophelia Carter is therefore Little k's real name, or at least a pen name she has used.
- K also comments that she was correct about almost everything in the book, except "the gray aliens", but suggests that might have been a metaphor.
- If you did the Samizdat mission, she will contact Jensen later during Martial Law to help get K and Bones out of Prague, as they have been caught by the police and so their identities have been compromised. This will now make her the new K of Samizdat.
- Little k seems to think that Eliza Cassan was murdered during the Aug Incident of 2027 and was replaced by an impostor. A full rant by K on this theory can be read on the second page of the Samizdat newspaper should Jensen decide to turn in evidence of a conspiracy.
- Given how the "real" Eliza was replaced by a reformatted, pro-Illuminati backup after the incident struck, she was not very far off.
- Little k uses apartment unit 302 at 33 Hlavní, which contains an investigation board for her investigation of Praha Dovoz.