"Its not D&D anymore, more D$D." -- Brannigan
Blood Scented Axe Body Spray (Thelanis)
Aelonwy - Wydavir - Metaluscious - Aertimys - Aelyrra - Kaelaria - Lunaura - Aelurawynn - Saurscha - Crystalorn - Aurvaeyn - Vaelyns - Wyllowynd
One of the house D questions (name forgotten, the optional one where you climb through the piping) has pair of gargoyles arguing that one always lies and one always tells the truth. This was showcased in "Labyrinth" but the logic exercise is older. And no, I can never figure it out.
Don't forget the memorials to Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson and the fact they they narrate adventures in Delaera and Threnal.
What do you mean a -6 armor class is no good any more?
Proud handler of Baldric, Melkazar, Clant, Mulray, Tirimon, Mallon.
Remember, if one of them falls off a cliff, it's actually my fault.
I don't mean to come across as unsympathetic - but I am, so I do.
Well, when Commodore Bloodeye in Three-Barrel Cove says "Savvy?" I believe that this is a reference to Captain Jack Sparrow.
Also, when I think about it, the short sword Sting from the Menachtarun desert may not simply be named after the stinger of a scorpion... there happens to be quite a famous short sword by the same name.
The Funniest Thing I've Ever Read
Toons: Twengor (pal), Margween (Bard/FTR/Rogue), Nestrana (wiz), Ammerlyn (Arti), Ostarin (Monk) on Cannith
The Desecrated Temple of Vol sports a Quell guardian who is labeled an "Ur-Quell". Now "Ur-" in German means very old or ancient, so the compound is not that spectacular, but when I first saw it I was reminded of this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilsner_Urquell
Intercession, one way or the other...
Last edited by SireUris; 03-17-2012 at 07:22 PM.
The farshifter in Gianthold who returns you to marketplace is Vanyel.... The most powerful Herald-Mage ever in Valdemar history in the Valdemar herald books was called...Vanyel
Thelanis : Jalagon. Jalrobin.
Orien : Jalmonkeygon. Manhas. Eyephail. Jalchoppstuf
in Rushmore's Mansion makes me feel quake old...
In the Extraplanar Palace (I think it is there, but could be the lava caves) the kobolds say, "Kobold wasn't even supposed to be here today!" Which is a reference to Dante Hick's oft-repeated line from Clerks, one of my favorite movies.
Sorry, but I haven't through all of these pages because I did not want to be spoilt for quests I haven't done/played yet ...
But today I stumpled upon a name in another post :
Looks to me like "Soulmate". (Very obvious ! )Suulomades
There is another Easter egg which is a bit difficult to describe ... Under the Market Tent, thre are a few NPCs wandering around, talking to the merchants there.
While playing the game in German language (language of the game client) everything is in common (non-dialect) German, one of these NPCs says a sentence in a dialect, once in a while, and it very much looks like the dialect of Berlin.
I'd post a screenshot here if I could attach one, but it seems that it isn't possible here.
They may have taken the name for the quest "Dirty Laundry" from Don Henley's song of the same name.
Also, obvious Shakespeare reference in Marketplace
Last edited by Tom318; 03-20-2012 at 12:04 PM.
Things that if Turbine went all EXTREME PREJUDICE™ on, would actually make the game fun again.:
- Giving us the racial PrE’s we were promised, before rolling out DDOStore™ Enhancement Trees.
- One loot system to rule them all. (Including Cannith Crafting, and Named Loot.)
- Fixing the Cannith Challenges so that they can be 6 starred without incredible luck or store bought items.
- Adjusting Challenge XP so that they're worth running more than once.
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