- This page details a counterpart of Jane Smith in the alternate reality created by Nero's temporal incursion; for the Jane Smith in the primary universe see Jane Smith; for the Jane Smith in the mirror universe see Jane Smith (mirror); for the Jane Smith in all other alternate universes see Jane Smith (alternates).
Jane Smith in 2375
|Full Name:||Jane Smith|
|Known aliases:||Lara Croft|
|Birthplace:||San Francisco, California, Earth|
|Born:||April 17th, 2333|
|Affiliation:|| Bounty hunters,|
|Mother:|| Marcia Smith|
|Father:|| Jonathan Smith|
|Spouse(s):|| Typhuss J. Halliwell|
(m. 2354, divorced)
|Occupation:|| Bounty hunter,|
Jane Smith in 2371
Jane Smith, also known by her professional name of Lara Croft is a female Human who is a bounty hunter from the alternate reality influenced by Nero. Jane was born on Earth in 2333. In 2354, Jane started to date a man named Typhuss James Halliwell. Two months later they got married and eight months later their relationship was not working and they got a divorce. Lara often worked with Samantha Carter, who was also a bounty hunter.
Following her mother's death in 2375, Jane became the heir countess, and following her father's believed death on May 17, 2376, became the heir owner to the Abbingdon Estate in Buckinghamshire, England.
She became like her father, an archaeologist, on the trail of mythological artefacts which she donated to the British Museum. Lara hired computer technical wiz, Bryce, who worked for her at the Croft Estate as her technical assist. Bryce took up residence in a caravan in the front courtyard of the manor.
Life as a bounty hunterEdit
Typhuss James HalliwellEdit
In 2354 Jane first met Typhuss James Halliwell at a bar. Jane and Typhuss fell in love. Jane took Typhuss back to her house and had sex with him. They started dating. Two months later they got married and eight months later their relationship was not working and they got a divorce.
- The Clock (in her home)
- Triangle of Light (in Cambodia and Siberia)
- Mati (in Santorini, Greece)
- Pandora's Box (in Africa)