When Death Wizards fight Old Greensides in the Tower of Peladon to get our Level 75 Minion spell, his dialogue is from Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'..."What's done is done, and I shall stand the hazard of the die"
I've found a few that some people haven't noticed:
Ghost Dog. A reference to movie of the same name. The main character was a gangster I believe who fought by the samurai code despite not hailing from a Japanese culture much like Ghost Dog who fought like a Samoorai despite originating from Marelybone.
Scorpion. A boss who's a scorpion with gold armor. His line before attack you is "Get over here!" Sound familiar to a certain Mortal Kombat character by the same name?
Adele Dazeem. A shark by this name is the minion to an angler who quotes lines from "Let it Go" from Frozen.
And those are only the ones I've noticed! There's probably more but that's all I've seen in Khyrsalis so far.
In the main storyline quests you encounter the character Belloq in three boss fights in Zafaria and Azteca. The inspiration behind this character comes from the movie Indiana Jones- Raiders of the lost arc.
Belloq is a french archeologist who acts as one of the main antagonists in the movie. Like in the movie as in the game Belloq is getting in the way of the main character in this case your wizard as he did with Indiana Jones in the movie.
In the movie and the game they were both annoying but got what they deserved in the end.
I looked over the entire first page and i was surprised no one mentioned the marleybone quests "The young and the Boneless" ( young and the restless ) and the after quest "The bone and the Beautiful" ( The bone and the Beautiful ).
I don't think anyone has mentioned this yet, but there is an easter egg in Zafaria. That monkey in the Drum Jungle chants: "Ooh ee oohh ahh ahh ting tang walla walla bing bang" This made me die of laugher for a good 20 minutes!
Have you seen The Professor in Marleybone? He is next to a red police box. Okay so in Doctor Who, there is a guy named The Doctor, and his Tardis is a blue police box. This is crazy, shouldn't King's Isle get sued for that? Oh, and also, a lot of the worlds copy real life countries. Mistyride already said what some places are like, but I will continue. Zafaria is like Africa or somewhere with elephants, Aquila is Greece, Avalon is like the middle ages in England, and instead of King Arthur they have King Artorius, and Azteca is like the earth when it was newly formed, with Dinosaurs and all that.
There is a balance robe for sale in dragonspyre called: Technicolour dreamcoat. Ironically, you can get the robe's secondary colour as pink or purple, which have shades mentioned in one of the songs in the stage show "joseph and the amazing technicolour dreamcoat"
I don't believe I've seen anyone else say this (I've read all these posts), but on Avalon, in Caer lyon, there is an npc named Innes Idle. He is based off the actor/comedian Eric Idle. In Innes' "song" he says a character named Sir Robin, in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Eric Idle played a character named Sir Robin.
And also I thinked of another one, you know in Pirate101 where there is this npc/ companion called Gracie Conrad( whose is said also have traveled to celestia before in her rogue's gallery video). There this npc in Celestia first "street" called Grace Conrad! Could it be that they are sisters or that she have another secret identities!, though they both look different in some feature but same in shape. It's always make me think ARE THEY RELATED.
onother one in marleybone is the professor next to his red phone booth but he is a copy of the doctor from the tv show on bbc america Dr. Who next to the tardis or the blue police box where he travels through space and time. to be more specific of which of the current 11 doctors he is the 10th doctor!
p.s. dr who is awesome
Doctor Who is the BEST EASTER EGG EVER, especially when you are a nerd.
-Since it would seem we lived in a twisted Harry Potter, the snowy owl they sell during Christmas could be a reference to Headwig. -Bartleby could be Yggdrasil, the world tree is Norse myths, and the "worlds" are the realms.
Those are the only ones I don't think people have said, though i could be wrong.