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Easter Eggs

  • The second part of the main quest called Hail to the King is named for the phrase said by Bruce Campbell as Ash from the movie series, Evil Dead.
  • Andratha's sixth quest called, Amelia is named after the female companion, Amelia Pond played by Karen Gillan in Doctor Who Season 5.
  • Andratha's seventh quest called, Idiot's Lantern is named after an episode of Doctor Who of the same name, Idiot's Lantern, appearing in season two.
  • Andratha's ninth quest called, The Process is named after the album of the same name, The Process, by Skinny Puppy.
  • The first quest for the Healers of Sunhold is a play on words. As the quest involves a goat, the title Skinny Puppy like the musical group, has been renamed to Skinny Goat.
  • The fifth quest for the Healers of Sunhold named A Rat Problem, is a literal reference to the cliched quest in Daggerfall, Morrowind, and Oblivion.
  • The first quest for the Queen of Lillandril titled Rat Problems, is a literal reference to the cliched quest in Daggerfall, Morrowind, and Oblivion.
  • The Shimmerene Mages Guild quest titled Dark and Deep is a reference to the phrase said by the Dremora of the game Oblivion.
  • The Sunhold quest Beth's Child is a reference to Bethesda Game Studios creations and what Zenimax does with them.
  • The side quest The Remnants is a nod to the remaining members of the Enclave in Fallout New Vegas.
  • The mountain area north east of the docks in Graddun Springtown has a wolf with the named "Wild Advanced Macroeconomics Bachelor Wolf in Last Semester Wolf College". The wolf's name is a playful jab at the naming conventions of weapons in Fallout 4.

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