Lara Croft is the daughter to a rich aristocratic English family. She is also nothing like her family, as she writes about her expeditions for rare artifacts. Natla Industries ("Creator of all things bright and beautiful," claims Natla's lackey, Larson) has hired Lara to find a rare artifact called the Scion. But what is Natla's interest with the Scion? Is Lara being used? Most importantly, what's a nice girl like Lara Croft doing in an adventure game like this? Written by
Pat McCurry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sometimes a killer body just isn't enough.
Did You Know?
The character Lara Croft was prominently featured in the popular media outside the realm of video gaming, for instance on the cover of cutting-edge pop culture magazine The Face in June 1997. See more
You're firing to me? You're firing to me, huh? There ain't nobody else so you must be firing to me!
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