contains many references to other works of media. While some of them are certainly expected, like the recurrence of characters like Minsc and Jaheira from prior games, others truly come out of left field, subtle enough to fly directly over players' heads.
Indeed, is full of hidden mechanics and Easter eggs, many of which will pass completely unnoticed if players aren't looking for them. Its pop culture references are some of the easiest to notice, since they're often playing on the most well-known facets of movies, TV shows, music, and literature. But even still, their subtlety makes them hard to grasp at times. Here are some of the most intriguing referential Easter eggs for players to discover in .
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When the party encounters Alfira at the Last Light Inn in Act Two, they can choose how to respond to her despair. Providing a measure of hope grants a point of Inspiration to characters with the Hero background, Wyll included, with the title, "" This is a reference to a line spoken by Haurchefant Greystone at the end of the expansion for. When the player character regards his injury with fright, Haurchefant laughs and says, "" Not everyone will catch this one, but for those who do, it cuts deeply.
Another referential Inspiration caption is "" This refers to the catchphrase of one Jimmy Neutron, protagonist of the 2001 film and its spin-off series. In order to see this one, players will need to have a character with the Sage background in their party while solving one of the hardest puzzles in : the neural node puzzle in the Necrotic Laboratory.
A third point of Inspiration references the famous "" soliloquy from William Shakespeare'sRead more on screenrant.com