Egyptologists and archaeologists are abuzz about recent discoveries by a university dig team, but suspicious accidents left the group isolated and leaderless. Is a curse burying their progress or is someone sabotaging their success? Find out as you assume the role of Nancy Drew and uncover the lost secrets buried within the Tomb of the Lost Queen!
- Abdullah Bakhoum: Abdullah Bakhoum is the Egyptian-assigned liaison to the Kingston dig team. He’s famous in the Egyptology world for both his discoveries and his strong personality. Though he’s tried for years, he hasn’t yet been able to attain a high-ranking position in the field and is determined to get what he wants. Could his passion for discovery and need for limelight be the fuel behind the strange accidents?
- Lily Crewe: Lily Crewe is an Egyptology PhD student from Kingston University who is on her very first actual expedition. Archaeology is her passion and she’s beyond thrilled to be part of this dig. She wants to find the mummy, but doesn’t know exactly what she should be doing. She’s also in awe of Abdullah, but petrified of displeasing him. Her desire for leadership and clear inexperience makes her look suspicious.
- Jamila El-Dine: Jamila El-Dine is a local Egyptian who was absolutely thrilled when the temple was discovered just outside of her town. She loves ancient Egypt and is a firm believer that the aliens built the pyramids. Jamila spends much of her time sneaking around in the shadows. What does she really believe and why is she really here?
- Dylan Carter: British tour guide Dylan Carter is charismatic, knowledgeable and friendly. He’s also crashing a dig site. Carter claims that tourists will come to the tomb when they hear about the curse, which might imply that he is betting his financial future on more misfortune for the team. If Carter can’t bank on a natural accident, would he go to the trouble of creating one?
- Jon Boyle: Jon Boyle is the leader of the dig and is the renowned Egyptologist from Kingston University in New York. In his early 50s, he’s been working in the field for decades. After getting hurt in the sandstorm, Jon asks you for help in finding the real answer behind his accident and the theft at the dig site.
- Professor Hotchkiss: Historian and writer Professor Hotchkiss is your number one resource for everything Egyptian. Her passion and knowledge in history will help you learn more about the tomb and who is possibly buried in it. Call her often for help, but don’t feel offended if she forgets your name.