My name is Lara Croft, I'm an archaeologist from England.
And I am looking for those not faint of heart, interested in the thrill of discovery.
Have you plans on excavating new areas, uncover secret artifacts,
or are you just searching for adventure?
Are you in need of someone to decipher a long dead language?
Or someone who is willing to go to the extreme to reach the goal?
Look no further.
Adventure has found you.
Okay, so. I've had some time off from this account due to many reasons that I will not bore you with. But. I am back.
And I am currently searching for parties interested in plotting threads with me. The main theme I am looking for, is obviously adventure, but I can definitely stretch it a bit more. I follow the Survivor timeline to a T, with minor easter eggs and references to other games too. And currently, up to September, I will be playing Lara as she's returned from her adventures looking for the Divine Source. If you have plans on playing Rise of the Tomb Raider and do not want spoilers, I am not the Lara for you.
I will not put Lara in a situation she would not fit. This includes space, post apocalyptic environments, the past, or other similar otherworldly themes. Lara is very grounded on Earth, despite the somewhat magical properties of what she discovers. However, this does not mean that I will not play with characters from such themes. But you will have to adapt to the universe in which Lara resides.
I have made crossovers that are canonical to my version of Lara. Although she is straight from the Survivor games, I still feel it should be possible to expand the world. For example the addition of the Assassin's Creed universe as Trinity is a remnant of the Templar order. I've simply made it so that Trinity is the Templar Order as seen in the modern settings of Assassin's Creed, and Watchdogs.
Anyway, if I havent's scared you off by now, send me a PM in the direct message box, or comment on my page.
OBS: I do not answer, or ofter even look, in the messages box in the upper corner. DM me in the private direct messages instead.