The Medipacks are first aid items used to heal Lara during her adventures. In most cases these items prove very helpful and sometimes even necessary for survival. Using Medipacks also cures Lara from being poisoned in Tomb Raider III and Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation.
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Tomb Raider Games
Medipacks and other health items are fairly common throughout the Tomb Raider Series.
Classic & Anniversary
In Tomb Raider Underworld the Medipacks are also called Health Packs but their appearance changes depending the the section that's being played. These appearances varied between a red potion in a gold coloured goblet to a brown first aid kit. These Health Packs don't always heal Lara completely if her health is very low.
Tomb Raider Reboot
In Tomb Raider (2013) there are no health items at all. Lara will heal automatically with time. In Rise of the Tomb Raider certain health items can be crafted that restore Laras health immediately. These are not called medipacks, however.
Lara Croft Games
There are Medipacks throughout the Lara Croft Series.
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light & Temple of Osiris
Medipacs can be found in those two games in many levels. They look very similar to the big medipacks in the classic games, however they are instant use items: as soon as Lara (or any of the other adventurers) runs over them they restore their health. In addition to medipacks there are Health Shrines in GoL and ToO that completely restore the health of the players.
Lara Croft: Relic Run
Medipacks can be bought in the in-game store for 400 Coins. Lara will use them automatically if her health drops below zero at any time during Combat Sessions. Additionally there are Health Crates in these combat sessions which instantly restore about half of her health when shot.
- In-game inventory in Tomb Raider Legend, PDA