Tomb Raider is a video game released by British video game developer Core Design in 1996.
The Tomb Raider franchise revolves around the central character, Lara Croft, departing to exotic lands to track down mysterious artifacts, constantly setting her at odds with various antagonists who wish to abuse the artifact's power.
She is a 5' 8" young woman with brown hair tied back in a ponytail or braid. She can almost always be seen wearing a Tomb Raider logo shirt, green pendant, red teashade sunglasses, some variant of boots and brown "booty shorts."
Occasionally, she can also be seen with a brown backpack which can mysteriously hold all of her equipment, thigh holsters with the symbol of Doom on the buckle and a digital camera (as well as a once off winter parka).
The fandom is sassy, reckless and greedy; a caricature of the series's main protagonist, as well as the treasure hunter trope in general, with several jabs towards Indiana Jones and Homestuck's own Jake English. The athletic nature of the fandom is at odds with her clumsiness and tendency towards dying a lot (mirroring the clunky control scheme and constant deaths in the games.)
These fandoms are presumably Tomb Raider's adopted family.
Legend of Zelda Fandom - Kismesis
Journey Fandom - Moirail
- Her belt buckle has the symbol of Doom on it.
- Her shoddy camera-work and tank-like movements are a jab at the blocky nature of earlier Tomb Raider games.