Egypt is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia by a land bridge formed by the Sinai Peninsula. It is one of the franchise's most iconic locations.

History[edit | edit source]

Original Timeline[edit | edit source]

Lara searches Egypt in her quest to retrieve the pieces of the Atlantean Scion. Several months after the Scion business, she quickly returned to Egypt to investigate a mysterious statue of the Egyptian goddess Bast.

Years later Lara discovered the Amulet of Horus, removing it she released the god Set. In her quest to re-prison Set, she visited Luxor, Karnak, Alexandria, and Cairo. Lara was trapped beneath the Great Pyramid for a while, but she was rescued.

Legend Timeline[edit | edit source]

Searching for the pieces of the Scion, Lara visited Egypt.

Several Years later Lara, and her rival Carter Bell were after the the Staff of Osiris, they inadvertently released Set from Duat, and got cursed by him. They then worked alongside Horus and Isis to restore Osiris, and to release themselves from the curse.

Comic Timeline[edit | edit source]

Lara was contacted by Buck Ogden, who revealed that there is another hidden passage in the Giza Pyramids. They parachuted down and found the Idol of Bastet. Removing the idol awoke the guardians, and they had to run out, and Buck seemingly didn't make it out.

Lara Croft visits Egypt after the death of Werner Von Croy, to get hold of the Scorpion Staff. Lara run into another treasure hunter, Clayton. Clayton used a map, that was the same one Von Croy used. Together they avoid traps and reached the Scorpion Staff. Only to be greeted on the other side by Kyra von Croy. Kyra reveals that Clayton is Von Croy also. Clayton fights with his sister, and Lara manages to escape the ruins with the Staff and Clayton.

Survivor Timeline[edit | edit source]

Lara Croft and Jonah Maiava visited Egypt and stalked a professor Barakat there for unknown reason.


Appearances[edit | edit source]

Tomb Raider[edit | edit source]

Unfinished Business[edit | edit source]

The Last Revelation[edit | edit source]

Tomb Raider: The Times[edit | edit source]

Tomb Raider: Chronicles[edit | edit source]

  • Title Screen
  • Cairo (ending FMVs)

Tomb Raider: The Osiris Codex[edit | edit source]

Tomb Raider: Anniversary[edit | edit source]

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris[edit | edit source]

  • Egypt

Comic Timeline[edit | edit source]

  • Tomb Raider: Epiphany
  • Witchblade / Tomb Raider Special (Flashback)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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