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Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness

The game follows Lara as she attempts to clear her name and recover five hidden paintings before a secret organisation achieve world domination and immortality. The game introduces a second playable character and also features the following:

  • Lara Croft
  • Werner Von Croy
  • Kurtis Trent: The second playable character, Kurtis Trent is looking to avenge the death of his father, Konstantin, grand master of the Lux Veritatis. Kurtis is the last of this enigmatic order. He is wounded near the end of the game, but his ultimate fate remains unknown.
  • Mademoiselle Margot Carvier: An academic historian conducting an archaeological dig at the Louvre Galleries in Paris. A colleague and friend of the late Werner Von Croy, she too is murdered by the Monstrum after helping Lara to retrieve Von Croy's Journal.
  • Pieter Van Eckhardt: The Black Alchemist, leader of the secret organisation, The Cabal, based at the Strahov Fortress in Prague. He appointed Werner Von Croy to recover five artifacts known as the Obscura Paintings, thought to have alchemical power and linked to dark arts. He is the game's main antagonist, though only the second-to-last boss. He is voiced by Joss Ackland.
  • Louis Bouchard: A man involved in dark dealings in the Parisian underworld. He is the owner of the nightclub 'Le Serpent Rouge', currently closed due to a number of deaths among the staff, and is believed to be linked to The Monstrum. He is murdered after failing to kill Lara.
  • Marten Gunderson: A forces provider for anything from basic security to invasions. He works for Pieter Van Eckhardt and leading the siege at the Louvre.
  • Joachim Karel: A corporate mastermind based in Paris, investing in Cabal and recruitment whilst protecting their interests worldwide. He is revealed to be the last living representative of the Nephilim and is the game's final boss.
  • Dr. Grant Muller: One of the Cabal's scientists working in the Bio-Dome. A madman, he created several of the strange creatures found in the Strahov levels. He is killed by an angered Eckhardt, thrown down to and savaged by the mutated Boaz.
  • Kristina Boaz: Survivor of a plane crash (and shown to be severely scarred by this event), head of Corrective and Remedial Surgery at the Strahov Psychiatric Institute in Prague. She is the creator of the rabid Proto-Nephilim, and disobeyed Eckhardt's order to destroy it. Despite her plees that she would have needed his Periapt Shard to kill it, Eckhardt feeds her to a larval mutant, transforming her into a terrifying human-insect-Nephilim crossbreed that Kurtis has to fight in the penulutimate level. She is the third-to-last boss.
  • Janice: A local prostitute who shares some useful information to Lara regarding the recent events in the Parisian Ghetto.
  • Pierre: Owner of the restaurant Cafe Metro. He is unrelated to Pierre Dupont.
  • Bernard: The former janitor of the 'Le Serpent Rouge'. He agrees to help Lara find Bouchard in exchange for a box he left at the 'Le Serpent Rouge' nightclub.
  • Francine: Pierre's ex-girlfriend. She helps Lara get into the graveyard of St. Aicard's Church.
  • Willowtree Herbalist: Owner of a herbalist store in the Parisian Ghetto.
  • Daniel Rennes: A pawnbroker back in Parisian Ghetto, specialist in blackmarketeering. Gets killed by Pieter Van Eckhardt.
  • Anton Gris: Boxer trainer, friend of Louis Bouchard. He owns a boxing studio (set inside a church) which doubles as an entrance to Louis Bouchard's underground lair.
  • Thomas Luddick: A journalist in Prague. He gave information about the Cabal and a Strahov Fortress security pass to Lara Croft. He is killed by Pieter Van Eckhardt after trying to infiltrate the Strahov on his own.

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