Remember the multitude of cat mummies in Obelisk of Khamoon? Sanctuary of the Scion sees that number and raises it fifteen thousand; only, instead of cat mummies, we now have three deadlier and more terrifying varieties of Atlantean.
Oh, I crack myself up. That was actual a forced-perspective shot from Sanctuary’s invisible ledge (which holds a pair of Uzis, the best weapon in this game). Still, I bet I could start an urban legend with that screenshot. Did anybody else fall for the “turn Lara into a dragon” easter egg in Tomb Raider II?
I accidently drowned Lara, and she spent the last few seconds of her life doing some kind of underwater kick-boxing routine. She may be about to die, but damned if she’s going to leave an unfit-looking corpse.
I’m ashamed to say I had to look at a walkthrough (Stella’s, of course!) for the first time in this playthrough to find this lever. To be fair, it’s pretty much the same colour as the wall.
Something strange happens when the camera goes underwater to show you something happening; when it cuts back, the screen stays underwater-coloured for a few more seconds, until it goes back to the right shade. It’s like the visual equivalent of waiting for your ears to pop after swimming. I choose to believe this was a style choice, not a bug.