The Tumi Knife

Naylamp and the Tumi In History Let’s start with what we know about its beginning, that is avery good place to start. Do, re, mi … In all seriousness yes, let’s begin. … Later, the Sican were defeated and absorbed you might say into the Chimu culture where the Chimu adopted the Sican myth of Naylamp and other cultural traditions. During the takeover the Chimu … Continue reading The Tumi Knife

The Artifacts of SOTTR: Patolli and Llama Canopa

Hi there Tomb Raider fans. I will bounce in the future between Maya and Inca as well as other South American and Mesoamerican cultures on my article updates because of the cultural influences and locations of the game. That aside let’s explore some artefacts from Shadow of the Tomb Raider. One being Peruvian and the other being Mesoamerican. If you have played the recent release … Continue reading The Artifacts of SOTTR: Patolli and Llama Canopa

SOTTR’s Maya Pilgramage to South America

Interesting game plot. Apparently according to a few documents I have dug up the Maya of Shadow of the Tomb Raider migrated and founded Paititi due to the silver box of Ix Chel being threatened to fall into the hands of their enemies. They embark on a pilgrimage to a new land south of where they lived. Hence South America. This is for insight into … Continue reading SOTTR’s Maya Pilgramage to South America

My Shadow of the Tomb Raider Gameplay Review Spoilers! Pt. 1

Beware, there are spoilers in these parts. Please do not read this if you do not want to know anything. You have been warned so from this point you read at your own risk. Thank you.  (A special note on why I post warnings) It is out of pure respect and consideration to other people that have not even started to play the game that … Continue reading My Shadow of the Tomb Raider Gameplay Review Spoilers! Pt. 1

This year so far in Tomb Raider Highlights

    As every fan knows of this fabulous franchise, we are waiting for the Shadow of the Tomb Raider game in September. However, what else took place so far in this very Tomb Raider year?   Close to the beginning, we were treated to a new movie starring Alicia Vikander as Lara and I must say she did a wonderful job bringing our favourite … Continue reading This year so far in Tomb Raider Highlights

[NEW] The Maned Wolf of South America

  Staying with the Shadow of the Tomb Raider theme, I wanted to write an article based on South America because part of the game takes place there. So, let’s get started with exploring the Maned Wolf indigenous to South America. However, the Maned Wolf is not actually a wolf. As you can see, it looks like something from a Harry Potter book, “Fantastic Beasts and … Continue reading [NEW] The Maned Wolf of South America