Note: This is an article that is not in any way claiming alchemy works or the Philosopher’s stone is real. This is an article about what served as a foundation for the concept of such a proto-science. In Tomb Raider: Chronicles, Lara goes on a mission to find the fabled philosopher’s stone. Additionally, many of you have watched Harry Potter and saw his quest to … Continue reading The Philosopher’s Stone
Welcome Tomb Raider fans! In Shadow of the Tomb Raider we see a lot of Trinity guards loyal to the cult of Kukulcan. If you notice the guard in this screenshot from Shadow of the Tomb Raider he is holding an Aztec sword called a Macuahuitl. These are an excellent example of the actual archaeological elements used in this game. Throughout the gameplay we see … Continue reading The Macuahuitl From SOTTR
When me and my fellow Tomb Raider ambassadors were at E3 last June, we had the privilege of seeing the Paititi hub in a presentation. I was so inspired that I wrote an article about the legendary lost city in Peru called “And What About Paititi?” This hub is the largest hub ever and so amazing words can hardly do it justice. Now I can … Continue reading Paititi Hub Video Walkthrough!
In honor of the revisit of the Terracotta Warriors where I live, I could not pass up writing this. I also enjoy the fact they were part of the tomb Raider Movie The Cradle of Life. Also, Tomb Raider II and the Dagger of Xi’an, well Xi’an, in the Shaanxi Province, is a city connected to the Terracotta Army. In the level of the game … Continue reading Tomb Raider & the Terracotta Army