那个神器状物，太像本站上三代区115元素图了！但关末却是奥拉匕首！所以我不知道是你们编辑的弄错了还是别的。 又有http://www.tombraiders.net/stella/walks/TR3walk/puna.html，说： (**NOTE: In some versions of the game, this will be the ELEMENT 115 artifact; you'll get the ORA DAGGER in the last Nevada level.)注：在有些版本里，这里将是115号元素神器；你会在接下来的内华达一关里得到它。
而YY网上：PC players may find that the lizard-shaped artifact picked up here is named "Element 115" instead of the "Ora Dagger". However Sony PlayStation players will find that it is named correctly as the "Ora Dagger". Richard Morton, head map designer for Tomb Raider 3, tells us Element 115 should appear in Nevada, meaning that the Ora Dagger was meant to be picked up in the South Pacific
Tribesman: Hoombada. Hoombada. This is well for you. Me fasting dis day. You make plenty good flesh-pot.
Lara: You forget. I might be quite hungry myself. Famished actually. Why did your ancestors flee from Antarctica so suddenly?
Tribesman: Koma Koma, bad place. Plenty flesh, but fa da price of evil. Mutilation! Da sixth leader, Mauki wa born widout face. Terrible storms. Men afraid. Ran! Set curse of Mauki on da land. No one go der now.
Lara: But you still worship it?
Tribesman: White fellar later come here wit magic Koma Koma stone. Inna day we celebrate da death of him. Da feast of Smythe.
Lara: One of Darwin's sailors. Poor fool. Where's the stone now?
Tribesman: He lucky fella dat kill you. A plenty Mary like you.
Lara: I'll be sure to point that out to him.
关于这段对话的用于问题我先说一下：这是在葡语博克上找的，和那个YY网上的一样。而YY网上说这是维克多的帮忙： Thanks to Vicky Arnold, script-writer for Tomb Raider III, for sharing her script with us. Without it we may never have deciphered all of this dialogue. I typed up the dialogue with the tribesman's accent intact. If you're having trouble figuring out the tribesman's English, here is our rough translation: "Lucky for you I'm fasting today, otherwise you'd be good eating. [...] Koma-Koma is a bad place. There was plenty to eat there, but for the price of evil. Mutilation! The sixth leader, Mauki was born without a face. After that, there were terrible storms. The men became afraid, ran, and then set the curse of Mauki on the land. No one dares go there now. [...] Later, a white fellow came here with the magic Koma-Koma stone. Tomorrow we celebrate his death. The feast of Smythe! [...] Whoever kills you is a lucky fellow. A big tender meal like you."