Recurring Characters in The Tomb Raider Game Series

Recurring Characters In The Tomb Raider Game Series

This is a list of recurring characters that appear through the game series, Tomb Raider.

Read more about Recurring Characters In The Tomb Raider Game Series:  Jacqueline Natla, Larson Conway, Pierre Dupont, Winston Smith, Sophia Leigh, Werner Von Croy, Zip, Alister Fletcher, Amanda Evert, Doppelgänger

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Recurring Characters In The Tomb Raider Game Series - Doppelgänger
... See also doppelgänger In the original Tomb Raider game and Tomb Raider Anniversary, Lara encounters the doppelgänger, a creature of no skin and no hair, who imitates Lara's movement ... In Tomb Raider Anniversary, it is also an unlockable costume for Lara ... In Tomb Raider Underworld, Lara encounters another doppelgänger ...

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