Lara Croft on the Black Isle in Tomb Raider Chronicles.

Lara’s Travels: Republic of Ireland

March 17 is the feast day of Saint Patrick, the Romano-British missionary and bishop who lived in the fifth century and went on to become the primary patron saint of Ireland. The “Emerald Isle” has inspired generations of storytellers and has featured in several Tomb Raider stories over the years, …

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The Old Library at Trinity College, Dublin

Lara’s Travels: Trinity College Library, Dublin

Since this site was launched in March 2013, my Lara’s Travels feature has explored some of the cities and ancient sites seen in the Tomb Raider games, such as Prague’s Strahov District (Angel of Darkness), Zapadnaya Litsa in western Russia (Chronicles), and the tomb KV5 in Egypt (Last Revelation). And while the locations featured in …

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The logbook, as seen in Tomb Raider 2013's closing cutscene

The Book of Secrets: What the Mystery Book in Tomb Raider’s Final Scene Spells for the Future of the Series

Ever since eagle-eyed gamers spotted the word “Croatoan” written in the book seen in Tomb Raider 2013’s closing scene, there has been a lot of speculation as to what this may mean for the future of the Tomb Raider series. Were the development team hinting at the story-line or location for the next …

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