Tomb Raider Characters - Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation

Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation

Lara unwittingly unleashes the god Set and finds herself in a deadly race against time to restore the god to his resting place before an apocalypse befalls Earth. The following characters are featured in the game:

  • Lara Croft
  • Werner Von Croy
  • Jean-Yves: An archaeologist and friend of Lara, whose thorough knowledge of Ancient Egypt is of great help to her.
  • Semerkhet: A high priest of the Egyptian sun god Horus. He helped Horus in imprisoning the god of evil, Set, and leaves many warnings behind in manuscripts for those who may inadvertently free him, including details of how to stop Set. Semerkhet appears through various FMV sequences in the game and provides voice-overs for some of the cutscenes.
  • Ahmed: Hired by Lara as a guide to explore the tomb of Set with her, he soon reveals his true colours as he tries to steal the Amulet of Horus from her. After a high speed chase through the Egyptian desert, it is revealed he is employed by Werner Von Croy. After he escapes the tomb of Semerkhet in Karnak, Lara sneaks up to him demanding to know where Von Croy is headed. He points her to Alexandria and Lara knocks him out. As she sneaks aboard a train, Ahmed is killed by a guardian monster in Semerkhet's tomb.
  • Sergeant Azizus: Although badly wounded, he shows Lara how to deal with the hideous creature guarding the entrance to the Citadel. He appears in several cut scenes in the Cairo levels. In his final cutscene, he drives a truck full of explosives into a snake-like creature guarding the way to the Citadel, killing himself in the process.
  • Set (also spelled Seth): The Egyptian God of Chaos and Destruction, who is inadvertently released by Lara. To aid in his schemes, he possesses Werner Von Croy in order to prevent Lara from invoking his enemy, Horus. He is the game's main antagonist and is sealed inside the Temple of Horus by Lara near the end of the game.
  • Horus: The Egyptian God of the Sky, who imprisoned Set and sealed his tomb. It is known that he will return, equipped with his armour and amulet to imprison Set once more for all eternity. He is almost summoned near the end of the game, but Seth cuts the ceremony shorts, throwing Horus back to where he came from.

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