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Level 19 Human male Jedi that raids tombs with dual-wielded pistols.
In my experience, there's no such thing as luck.
I need some star wars fans that also attended a star wars celebration. This year I’m going to write my bachelor dissertation about the star wars celebration and I need to interview some of the fans.
If you’re interested to help me out, you’ve been at least at one star wars celebration and you’re…
Here’s an unused gif from Tomb A Day's post for The Deck. Back when I was only doing one gif per post and didn’t know how to compress anything (resulting in much shorter action gifs), this is what I came up with. Even though it doesn’t match my current standards, I still like it a lot and wanted to post it somewhere.
Someday, maybe after the project proper is done, I’d like to revisit TR1’s Peru levels and make full gifsets.
Tomb A Day #36 - Tomb Raider II, Level 10: The Deck
It’s hard to pick a favorite Maria Doria level because I love them all so much, but The Deck is a strong contender. This level oozes atmosphere and the concept of an ocean liner jammed into a cavern at the bottom of the sea pushes all of my “Cool!” buttons.
Walking to the edge of the deck and seeing the stern tipped over in the cavern was one of my favorite moments in this level. I like that Tomb Raider occasionally uses its distance fog (a technique for hiding short draw distance in games) as a shroud for impressive reveals of landmarks and giant rooms. See also: Colosseum.
Some small details I like: the ornate benches scattered about the deck, the algae-covered guardrails, and the rusty propellers.
“The Force runs strong in my family.”