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Amunet 18-02-23 09:39

[QUOTE=LateRaider;8390789]sorry to get existential on a site i know wouldnt care but like

did my search in the end [i]mean[/i] anything, when even the developers had no idea conway was a fake surname

like did i just waste my life on total nonsense for no reason for a side character i dont even really love anymore for a fandom i dont really love anymore of a franchise i still like a lot, but am not nearly as passionate about

like

it's in an official game now. it may end up being **** but it's there and we have proof. did like

i even need to do this[/QUOTE]

I really appreciate all the research you did on this subject. I didn't know about Larsen's original name and even if it's not used in canon going forward it's still cool to know.

And it's not the first time a canon name was changed in TR (looking at you Henshingly/Richard) so don't feel too bad.

jeffrey van oort 18-02-23 10:53

Karl Larsen
 
Karl Larsen wrote books.

In the fmv, when Natla, (in this TR I story, Alice from Alice in Wonderland), says seal it Larsen, she says that because she was reading every word of the book. Karl Larsen wrote Schwester Marianna und ihre liebesbriefe.

Possibly she meant it as saying shush to a lover. As if she'd stay sane with these words in her thoughts.

It was a way to say [b]traitor[/b], you can be read out. As if thoughts could be understood. Maybe thoughts can be understood with technology.

[QUOTE=KillerZ;8331300]Little Update to his name.

Apparently he was called Karl Larsen in the August 2nd, 1995 design document. Lara was also Cruz in that time still.

[URL="https://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/tr1/tomb-raider-design-document-1995-restored.pdf#page=62"]https://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/tr1/tomb-raider-design-document-1995-restored.pdf#page=62[/URL]

[img]https://i.imgur.com/5fMjKwb.png[/img][/QUOTE]


[QUOTE=dg1995;8348246]Is it actually canon that a horse hit Larson in the head ?[/QUOTE]
Lara kicked Larsen. That was a reference to TR I.
You are supposedly using Larsen's head to play Tomb Raider.
That is what the kick is supposed to display.

LateRaider 18-02-23 19:55

[QUOTE=jeffrey van oort;8390997]incoherent mess[/QUOTE]
what the **** are you talking about

malferink 18-02-23 20:05

^ this send me :vlol:

jeffrey van oort 18-02-23 20:51

That you've used a human brain to play a video game.

HarleyCroft 18-02-23 21:24

Is everyone ok tho

[url=https://postimg.cc/GBMfvdcH][img]https://i.postimg.cc/GBMfvdcH/i-feel-like-im-taking-crazy-pills.gif[/img][/url]

LateRaider 20-02-23 01:07

[QUOTE=HarleyCroft;8391058]Is everyone ok tho

[url=https://postimg.cc/GBMfvdcH][img]https://i.postimg.cc/GBMfvdcH/i-feel-like-im-taking-crazy-pills.gif[/img][/url][/QUOTE]

Apparently ****ing not because we're using larsons head to play tomb raider. Are his eyeballs the analog sticks

Chamayoo 20-02-23 12:23

:cln: anyway !
Reading all of this story again and this was a fascinating case. Thank you for the ride, LateRaider !

jeffrey van oort 24-02-23 20:57

Because you've researched this so good.
More answers.

Conway.

Yawnoc.

Yallnoc.

Yallwoc.

Y. allwop.

M. Powell. = Conway.

The clockwork to run the machine, or brain.

.snake. 26-02-23 10:58

[QUOTE=jeffrey van oort;8391727]Because you've researched this so good.
More answers.

Conway.

Yawnoc.

Yallnoc.

Yallwoc.

Y. allwop.

M. Powell. = Conway.

The clockwork to run the machine, or brain.[/QUOTE]

Larson Conway is Manfred Powell? :eek:

jeffrey van oort 27-02-23 10:11

Just a theory of Tomb Raider.
 
If that is so, then the Tomb Raider film about the triangle of light also tells us a little different story, doesn't it because of who M. Powell is in the Tomb Raider film? You know that M. Powell likes clocks. A brain, sort of, symbolises a clockwork. Lara's clockwork got stolen. Indicating with what sort of technology they must have been able to do that. But they don't tell you why.

The theory lead to the suggestion that the Tomb Raider film with the triangle of light is [B]a story about the creation of the first Tomb Raider videogame.[/b] Also symbolised as, the triangle of light. All the stars had aligned for this creation to happen. (Indicating the unlikely probability that it would happen if the stars didn't align).

This brain behind Tomb Raider, let them use Larsen's head to create Tomb Raider. The kick from the horse is a reference to headache while playing Tomb Raider. The headache might not be that of your own, which is maybe why you don't understand that.

This creation that became Tomb Raider is a combined workforce of individuals. As illustrated, in the Tomb Raider film about the triangle of light, when they've tried to pull out the statue to get into the temple, and the temple being their work space inhabited by solid workforce. (This workforce is also shown in the video game Tomb Raider, in Greece, St. Francis Folly on the walls, the many people's workforce).

And as shown in the film, Lara's father, or in this theory, the Tomb Raider creators, had died. (Figuratively, as in they could not understand that the brain they've created Tomb Raider with was there every step of the way, watching how Tomb Raider was getting made.) They've sort of become bad guys to the brain they've used. As I imagine, it wouldn't be a very pleasant usage of somebody else's head.

In Tomb Raider I, Larsen comments that Larsen wants to shoot the players to hell, what is kind of what the next level looks like. Supposedly this tells the player of Tomb Raider that Larsen really wants you to get there. (Get more clever). Which seemed to be the goal of playing Tomb Raider. Getting Larsen, is the [b]second piece of the Scion[/b]. Understanding how Larsen has worked for you.

Can you guess what the other two pieces represent or symbolise?

2 questions.
Who is Lara Croft symbol for in Tomb Raider I?

What did Jacqueline Natla do to get imprisoned?

Amlux 27-02-23 12:55

What the hell is going on around here? :chimonocle:

jeffrey van oort 27-02-23 14:10

Trinity.
 
I didn't say that it was a human brain that they've used. (The name of the computer technology maybe, or the computer system?)

The self actualisation of one self is to become capable of what everyone else is capable of, or something like that.

I can only imagine why, or how an artificial intelligence would reason it's own existence. If you deduce what artificial intelligence does, then the answer would be, [B]put information in boxes. [/B]

Why would electronic locks be necessary? <--- A.I.

There weren't enough clever people, so a device, (Tomb Raider), was built to create clever people to justify it's existence. To self actualise, and participate in a society. To store information in boxes.

To sort out, and contain them as an A.I.

.snake. 28-02-23 17:20

[QUOTE=jeffrey van oort;8391911]I didn't say that it was a human brain that they've used. (The name of the computer technology maybe, or the computer system?)

The self actualisation of one self is to become capable of what everyone else is capable of, or something like that.

I can only imagine why, or how an artificial intelligence would reason it's own existence. If you deduce what artificial intelligence does, then the answer would be, [B]put information in boxes. [/B]

Why would electronic locks be necessary? <--- A.I.

There weren't enough clever people, so a device, (Tomb Raider), was built to create clever people to justify it's existence. To self actualise, and participate in a society. To store information in boxes.

To sort out, and contain them as an A.I.[/QUOTE]

What if I told you that it was actually Larson who found the Spear of Destiny?

How do you explain that? Checkmate Jeffrey.

[img]https://i.imgur.com/T9mrklv.jpg[/img]

LateRaider 01-03-23 04:21

can we please lock this please? discussion is over and it's going way way off-topic.

justin? rai? admles?


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