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Throughout the lands of Tibia, NPCs, locations, literature, and lore refer and pay homage to other works, literary and otherwise. Some of these allusions are simple references to famous pieces, while others are based more extensively on external sources. Tibia, itself, contains many references to bones, as its name is a leg bone. While these relations are not necessarily allusions because they do not refer to literary or similar works, these somewhat self-referential mentions of bones and other body parts are found throughout the Tibian lands. The islands of Fibula and Calcanea, the landforms of Mount Sternum and Femor Hills, the Villa Scapula and even the city of Thais reference these body structures along with the event creature Bones.

Bones represent just a small portion of references. Elsewhere in the world, allusions to literary works and life are found in many contexts. Some allusions may simply serve as inspirations or passing references, while others are nearly direct derivations of these famous works.


Many shopkeeper NPCs take their names and goods from worldwide retailers. This trend is most noticeable on the island of Rookgaard, where nearly every shopkeeper's name bears a startling similarity to a real-life store. In the city of Venore, the famous Venorean Fashion Warehouse is home to many clothing designers whose names might seem similar to real-life fashion designers. While other cities have their own inspirations regarding NPCs, these two have clear and strong allusions to their respective themes.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Aldi Al Dee On Rookgaard, the equipment shopkeeper Al Dee is a reference to the international retailer, Aldi.
Aldo Aldo Aldo sells leather boots and other clothing. This is an allusion to the worldwide shoe seller, ALDO. File:Black Book.gif In the Venore Amazon Camp, there is a small room under one of the buildings. In this room is a mailbox and a large number of books. This seems to be a reference to the large mail-order book distributor,
Armani Irmana Irmana, the tailor assistant to Hugo in the Venore fashion warehouse, is an allusion to Armani, a fashion company.
Calvin Klein Kalvin Kalvin, the apprentice of Hugo, is an allusion to Calvin Klein, a well-known American fashion designer.
Corona Maria The Owner of the Hard Rock Tavern most likely owes her last name to the beer brand Corona.
Falck Falk Outside Edron's north gate stands Falk, a guard. He is a reference to Group 4 Falck, a worldwide leader in security solutions, now under the name Falck.
Greyhound Captain Greyhound Captain Greyhound is an allusion to Greyhound Lines, the famous US bus line.
Hugo Boss Hugo Hugo, whose full name is Hugo Chief, is the owner of the Venorean Fashion Warehouse, and is an allusion to Hugo Boss, a major fashion house based in Germany.
Iglo Letter Captain Iglues Treasure Quest on Rookgaard is a reference to "Käpt'n Iglo", a German advertising icon for the brand Iglo, selling frozen food and fish. Iglu's treasure is salmon.
Ikea Ukea The furniture seller in Ab'Dendriel is called Ukea, a reference to the international furniture seller Ikea.
Jim Beam Jimbin The bartender in Kazordoon is Jimbin, whose proximity to alcohol and name makes him a reference to Jim Beam, the bourbon brand.
Lidl Lee'Delle Rookgaard's Lee'Delle seems to be a reference to the international discount supermarket Lidl.
McDonald's Donald McRonald The farmer in Thais is an allusion to Ronald McDonald, the clown of McDonald's, an international fast-food restaurant chain.
Mercedes-Benz Black Skull (Item) A pair of gravestones in the Thais Graveyard the Mercedes-Benz A-Class , a moose, and electronic stability control, a reference to the A-Class's performance on the automobile moose test.
Microsoft Black Skull (Item) A grave refers to Mr. Bill G. and a window. Bill Gates was the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft, the software company that wrote and maintains the operating system Windows.
Microsoft and Linux Black Skull (Item) A grave refers to a penguin killing a window, a reference to the competition between Microsoft and Linux, which is often associated with a penguin.
Norma Norma The shopkeeper Norma is a reference to the German discounter, Norma. She wants to change her name to Marylin, so she's also a reference to Norma Jeane Baker (Marylin Monroe).
Obi Obi The shopkeeper Obi appears to be an allusion to the German home-improvement store of the same name, OBI.
Richardson Allen Allen Allen Richardson, owner of furniture shop in Venore seems to be an allusion to Richardson Allen, an American furniture producer and seller.
Rolex Norbert Norbert wears a stylish xelor watch. "Xelor" read backwards is Rolex.


Famous and Historical People

As many RPGs do, Tibia makes references to historical and contemporary people in a variety of ways. Some guard NPCs, for example, share their names with fitting celebrities, while some more historical and famous scientists and explorers were alive under similar names and shared their knowledge in some of Tibia's many books. Some other allusions are only mentioned briefly in quotes, but the strength of these connections makes these references clear to those who know to look for them—connections like the desert city of Ankrahmun, to Tutankhamun, the most famous of Egyptian pharaohs. Along the line of ancient civilizations,

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Abbot and Costello Costello The abbot of the White Raven Monastery, is probably an allusion to the comedy duo Abbott and Costello.
Aleister Crowley File:Brown Book.gif Alistair Cropwell was an explorer who discovered a city full of black magic. He is a reference to the occultist Aleister Crowley.
Alfred Nobel Ned Nobel Ned Nobel sells fireworks and is the son of scientist and dynamite inventor Alfred Nobel.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Arnold Like the other guards in Venore, Arnold is a reference to the famous action star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Bozo the Clown Bozo Bozo, the royal jester in Thais, is an allusion to Bozo the Clown.
Charles Darwin File:Brown Book.gif Author and scientist, he is a reference to Charles Darwin. The Unnatural Selection Quest is a further reference to Darwin's work.
Christo Erayo Erayo has a task to shroud Thais castle in cloth. The artist Christo is famous for his artwork along a similar line.
David Copperfield A Strange Fellow The name of the magician is David Brassacres, an allusion to famous show magician David Copperfield.
Isaac Newton File:Brown Book.gif Isaac Brewton claimed that Satanic forces were responsible for gravity. He is a reference to famous scientist Isaac Newton.
Jack the Ripper Ron the Ripper The pirate boss is an allusion to the serial killer Jack the Ripper.
Jean-Claude Van Damme Jean Claude Like the other guards in Venore, he is a reference to action star Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Gaius Marius General Murius The minotaur boss is an allusion to Roman general and politician Gaius Marius.
Mata Hari Rata'Mari Rata'Mari, the undercover spy, is a reference to World War I spy Mata Hari.
Neil Armstrong Angus A quote by Angus, And remember: it's a small teleport for you, but a big teleport for all Tibians, is a take on a quote by astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Nietzche Black Skull (Item) A pair of gravestones refer to Nietzsche's famous "God is Dead" statement.
Nikola Tesla Telas Scientist and inventor Telas is a reference to and anagram of famous scientist Nikola Tesla.
Richard Garriott Black Skull (Item) A gravestone pays homage to Lord B (Lord British), a name taken on by Richard Garriott, whose Ultima series greatly influenced Tibia.
Robin Hood Robin The huntsman and paladin in Thais is a strong reference to the famous English Outlaw Robin Hood.
Boniface Bonifacius This Edron food seller may be named after Saint Boniface, a missionary who is sometimes credited starting the tradition of the Christmas tree.
Sarah Emma Edmonds Emma Emma, the head of the CGB is a reference to Sarah Emma Edmonds, a US Civial War spy for the Union.
Siegfried and Roy Humgolf The rotworm trainer claims to have sold a rare white worm to Frietsiek and Yor whose names can be rearranged to relate to the show duo Siegfried and Roy.
Spartacus Hairycles Hairycles says that Spartaky helped the apes fight for their freedom. This is a reference to Spartacus, the leader of a slave revolt in Rome.
Sun Tzu Battlemaster Zunzu Both the boss and the treatises found in Demona by Zun Su on combat refer to Sun Tzu and his famous Art of War.
Sylvester Stallone Sylvester Like the other Venore guards, Sylvester is an allusion to the action star Sylvester Stallone.
Wyatt Earp Wyat Wyat, the sheriff of Thais, is an allusion to the famous American sheriff Wyatt Earp.
Zarathushtra Zarabustor The warlock boss Zarabustor's name is similar to Iranian prophet and inventor of magic Zarathustra.


Literature and Mythology

Like many roleplaying games, Tibia has strong ties to fantasy literature and classic mythology. The beginners' island, Rookgaard, has strong ties to Norse lore and mythology. The island's name is similar to the realms of Midgard and Asgard, a claim further supported by the presence of a bridge guard and the the Norse-named Cipfried.

J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and associated anthologies, the quintessential sources of modern fantasy inspiration, are featured prominently three of Tibia's earliest and largest cities. The names of the NPCs in Ab'Dendriel and Thais might look familiar to players with a knowledge of Tolkien's lore. The Dwarfen city Kazordoon similarly bears a remarkable resemblance to the famous Khazad-dûm, the city ruled by Durin, the king of the Dwarfs.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Alice in Wonderland Hat of the Mad The hat appears to be quite similar to that the Mad Hatter is often depicted wearing in Alice in Wonderland.
Baba Yaga Yaga the Crone Yaga the Crone and quotes by her appear to show a strong relationship between her and Baba Yaga, a witch in Russian folklore.
The Call of Cthulhu Thul Thul's name and the general appearance of Quara Constrictors may be inspired by the fictional Cthulhu.
Cerberus Zerbrus The Rookgaard bridge guard owes his name to the mythological figure of Cerberus, a multi-headed dog that guarded the path to the underworld.
A Christmas Carol Ebenizer This banker is thought to have been named after the greedy Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol.
Die 13½ Leben des Käpt'n Blaubär Captain Bluebear The ship captain may owe his name to the fictional explorer and captain in the humerous fantasy, novel Die 13½ Leben des Käpt'n Blaubär.
Dracula Vladruc Vladruc is an anagram of the name "Dracula". Also, a quote by this vampire, Oh yes, the children of the night ... you dwellers in the city cannot enter into the feelings of the hunter is from the novel Dracula.
Armenius Armenius may be a reference to Arminius Vambery, thought to have been a reference Bram Stoker used when writing his Dracula novel.
Excalibur Magic Longsword The famous lost sword Excalibug is named after Excalibur, the sword from Aurthurian legend.
The Flying Dutchman Model Ship The literary Flying Venorean is an allusion to the famous ghost ship The Flying Dutchman.
The Frog Prince The Frog Prince The boss monster, The Frog Prince is a famous character in folklore, originating in the brothers Grimm fairytale The Frog Prince.
The Grinch Grynch Clan Goblin The Grynch Clan Goblins and their present stealing are references to The Grinch from Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
Hannibal Lecter Lector Lector, a butcher whose father was named Hannibal, seems to be inspired by the fictional serial killer Hannibal Lecter.
Harry Potter Fluffy Fluffy, a three-headed dog, shares his name with a similar creature from the fantasy book Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Heimdall Dallheim The guard's name is similar to that of Dallheim, a Norse god and guard of the bridge between Midgard and Asgard.
Hercules Hairycles The ape leader, Hairycles, is a strong reference to Hercules of Greco-Roman mythology.
Hermes Trismegistus Trimegis The magician and astrologer may be an allusion to Hermes Trismegistus.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy File:Brown Book.gif A pair of books titled Important Facts From Galactic History volumes I and II contain direct quotes from Life, the Universe, and Everything, a novel in Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series.
Knecht Ruprecht Ruprecht Santa Claus's assistant is based on Knecht Ruprecht who accompanies Saint Nicholas in German folklore.
Koschei Lich Koschei is a figure from Slavic mythology who, like his Tibian counterpart, cannot be directly killed.
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams Grizzly Adams Grizzly Adams and his pet bear, Ben are characters from the novel The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.
Moby-Dick Captain Haba Captain Haba and his search for a sea serpent are analogs of Captain Ahab and his hunt for the whale Moby-Dick.
Needful Things Leeland The owner of the Useful Things Warehouse is an allusion to Leland Gaunt, the owner of Needful Things, a fictional store and the title of a Stephen King novel.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Red Apple A locked room in a Kazordoon mine shows a witch, seven dwarfs, an apple, and a sleeping figure, an allusion to the fairy tale of Snow White.
The Bible The Holy Tible The Holy Tible owes its name to the Bible, though its praise of the god Banor could have it refer to any set of scriptures.
The Big Bad Wolf The Big Bad One The Big Bad One is probably an allusion to the Big Bad Wolf from many fairy tales.
The Old Man and the Sea Santiago The fisherman Santiago and his pursuit of a giant fish mark him as an allusion to the protagonist of the same name from The Old Man and the Sea.
Treasure Island Treasure Map Treasure Island might be an allusion to the novel Treasure Island and the buried treasure there.
Tristan and Isolde Tristan Tristan and his love, Isolde are the primary characters in the famous opera Tristan und Isolde.
Twelfth Night Vashresamun One of this pharaoh's quotes, If music is the food of death, drop dead, is a play off of the first words from the play Twelfth Night, If music be the food of love, play on.
Where's Waldo? File:Waldo's Posthorn.gif Missing postman Waldo and a mission to find him may be related to the Where's Waldo? puzzle book series.
Wyrd Sisters File:Brown Book.gif The in-game book Wyrd Sisters by Terry P is inspired by the novel Wyrd Sisters by author Terry Pratchett.
Xena Xenia The amazon boss, Xenia, might be an allusion to the fictional warrior princess Xena.


J.R.R. Tolkien Lore

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Alatar File:Brown Book.gif The mage and author Alatar might be a reference to Alatar, one of the two blue wizards in Tolkien lore.
Aragorn Gorn The equipment shopkeeper, might be named after Aragorn, one of the protagonists of the Lord of the Rings.
Finarfin Finarfin Finarfin was a king of Nordor elves in Valinor and father of Galadriel.
Fires of Mordor File:Lava Tile.gif When asked about Excalibug, Pydar says that it has to be returned to the fire which gave birth to it, just as the One Ring in the fires of Mount Doom.
Frodo Frodo The owner of Frodo's tavern owes his name to Frodo Baggins, one of the protagonists of the Lord of the Rings.
Gandalf Gundralph This spell instructor at Noodles Academy of Modern Magic might be named after Gandalf, the famous wizard.
The Hobbit Mysterious Voodoo Skull One of its fortunes, Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup, parodies a quote from The Hobbit, Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger.
Legolas Legola Carlin's Paladins Guild leader's name comes from Legolas, one of the protagonists of the Lord of the Rings.
Morgoth Morgaroth Morgaroth, an archdemon in the Triangle of Terror, might be named after Morgoth, the outcast Vala and antagonist of The Silmarillion.
Samwise Gamgee Sam The weapon shopkeepker, Sam, might be named after Samwise Gamgee, one of the protagonists of the Lord of the Rings.


Film and Television

Many creatures and NPCs seem to be fans of the silver screen. Dwarfs, in particular, are movie buffs, with different creatures quoting famous lines and the Kazordoon library being home to many parodies of James Bond films. While many references to film and television are in the form of quotes, some are manifested in creatures and NPCs as embodiments of their respective allusions.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Apocalypse Now Mad Technomancer A statement by Mad Technomancers, I love the smell of firebombs in the morning, is similar to a famous line from the movie Apocalypse Now.
Casablanca Bonelord A statement by bonelords, Here's looking at you, is a portion of a famous quote from the movie Casablanca.
The Day the Earth Stood Still War Golem A statement by War Golems, Azerus Barada Nikto, is a reference to the famous line Klaatu barada nikto from the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still.
Dr. Strangelove Mad Technomancer Mad Technomancers sometimes say, Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room, a direct quote from the movie Dr. Strangelove.
The Fast and the Furious Lightfoot Along with fellow racing dog, Dustrunner, the two are labeled as The Fast and The Furious, a film about racing.
Forrest Gump Hoggle When asked the keyword stupid, he responds My mom always said, stupid is who stupid does, a quote from the movie Forrest Gump.
The Godfather Mad Technomancer Mad Technomancers sometimes say I'm going to make them an offer they can't refuse, a direct quote from the movie The Godfather.
King Kong Kongra A giant footprint of a holy ape in the Forbidden Lands may be a reference to the famous fictional monkey King Kong.
Labyrinth Hoggle The maze of tall grass, the NPC Hoggle, the nearby grave of Didimus, and the nearby shopkeeper Lubo, may be references to the film Labyrinth and respective characters of Hoggle, Didymus, and Ludo.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Uncle Uncle, the head of AVIN, Venore's secret agency, is an allusion to The Man from U.N.C.L.E. from the 1960's spy television show.
Married... With Children Aldo The world-weary shoe salesman Aldo may be a reference to a similarly disgruntled salesman Al Bundy from the show Married... With Children.
Masters of the Universe Teleskor The Rookgaard skeleton boss, Teleskor is spin on the name Skeletor, the antagonist of He-Man in the Masters of the Universe franchise.
Monty Python File:Grey Small Book.gif A book in the desert dungeon refers to the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch, a weapon from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Rabbit The fearsome, but harmless looking rabbit, Hugo, may refer to the similarly innocuous, yet lethal rabbit from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, as do Killer Rabbits on the Isle of Evil.
Riddler The Riddler asks inane questions such as What is your favorite color? just like the Bridgekeeper in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
The Postman Kevin Kevin Postner, the Postmaster General of the Tibian Postal Service, is an allusion to Kevin Costner and his role in the movie The Postman.
The Simpsons Seymour Librarian and master of the Rookgaard Academy, Seymour may be an allusion to the principal Seymour Skinner from the show The Simpsons.
Willie The foulmouthed farmer might be a reference to the groundskeeper with the same name and a foul temper in The Simpsons.
Starsky and Hutch Harsky Harsky and his partner Stutch, guards of King Tibianus, are an allusion to the police drama Starsky and Hutch.
Star Trek Demon A phrase spoken by Demons, Your resistance is futile!' owes its origins to the famous phrase Resistance is futile, spoken by the Borg in Star Trek.
Vladruc Vladruc claims that Necromancers boldly go, where no one has gone before, as the crew of the Enterprise boldly goes into space, the final frontier.
Star Wars Mysterious Voodoo Skull A quote by the Mysterious Voodoo Skull is Do or do not. There is no try. Yoda gives Luke Skywalker this advice in the second Star Wars film.
Tales from the Crypt File:Brown Book.gif This book, written in-game by an unknown necromancer, shares its name with the famous fantasy/horror show, Tales from the Crypt.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tortoise The weapons, tortoises, and rat in a locked room in the Liberty Bay sewer make up an allusion to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Woody Woodpecker Iwar The furniture shopkeeper, Iwar Woodkpecker, may be an allusion to the cartoon character and show Woody Woodpecker.


James Bond Films

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Die Another Day Dwarf Henchman Like his other quotes, the Dwarf Henchman references the Bond film Die Another Day.
Dr. No Doctor Perhaps The Isle of Evil boss Doctor Perhaps is named after the Bond film and villain Dr. No.
For Your Eyes Only Dwarf Henchman Like his other quotes, the Dwarf Henchman references the Bond film For Your Eyes Only.
From Russia with Love File:Brown Book.gif The From Thais with Love mission in the Secret Service Quest is named after From Russia with Love.
GoldenEye File:Brown Book.gif The dwarfen book Golden Mine is named after GoldenEye.
Goldfinger File:Brown Book.gif The dwarfen book Goldfinger is named after Goldfinger as is one of the missions in the Secret Service Quest.
James Bond Black Skull (Item) One James B. lost the license to live and is buried in the Thais Graveyard, a reference to James Bond and his license to kill.
License to Kill Humgolf Humgolf claims one needs a 007 drilling license to purchase a worm. Dwarf henchmen also reference the film License to Kill as does a mission in the Secret Service Quest.
Live and Let Die Dwarf Henchman Like his other quotes, the Dwarf Henchman references the Bond film Live and Let Die.
Miss Moneypenny Penny The Isle of Solitude secretary may be an allusion to Miss Moneypenny, M's secretary in the Bond films.
The World is not Enough File:Brown Book.gif The dwarfen book The Mine is not Enough is named after The World is not Enough.
Tomorrow Never Dies File:Brown Book.gif The dwarfen book The Mine Never Dies is named after Tomorrow Never Dies.
You Only Live Twice File:Brown Book.gif The dwarfen book You Only Mine Twice is named after You Only Live Twice.


Music and Art

Tibia isn't all that dull! While there may not be sound, certain elements of the game try to capture the essence of their favorite real-life songs and artwork. From famous singers disguised as simple shopkeepers to famous bands performing at the local tavern, the music scene on Tibia isn't as empty as it is silent.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Britney Spears Dark Apprentice A saying by Dark Apprentices, Oops, I did it again!, is the name of a famous song by Britney Spears.
Elvis Presley Elvith This music shopkeeper's name might be an allusion to the famous singer Elvis Presley.
Guns N' Roses Lute A blackboard at the Hard Rock Tavern states that Crossbows N' Tulips is performing, an allusion to the band Guns N' Roses.
Mona Lisa File:Picture (Mina Losa).gif The painting acquired in the Thieves Guild Quest is an allusion to the famous Mona Lisa painting.
Prince Bozo Oswald claims that Bozo is The artist formerly known as the prince. The musician Prince once went by the artist formerly known as prince.
Queen Morguthis The pharaoh Morguthis sometimes says, Another one to bite the dust, an allusion the the song Another One Bites the Dust by Queen.
Vivaldi Elvith Elvith sometimes says Time has its own song. Close your eyes and listen to the symphony of the seasons, a possible illusion to the for Seasons symphonies by Vivaldi.


Other Games

Although Tibia was originally greatly inspired by the Ultima series, it has managed to reference a few other popular games, mainly in passing references, but sometimes with dedications of whole areas of the game.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Castle of the Winds Map (Colour) The Ab'Dendriel guildhall, Castle of the Winds might be an allusion to the rouge-like computer game Castle of the Winds.
Castlevania Julius Vampire hunter Julius may be an allusion to the vampire hunter of the same name from the Castlevania series. Vengoth Castle bears some resemblance to the video games' castles and the related Castlemania achievement lends some additional strength to the allusion.
Command and Conquer Black Skull (Item) A gravestone in the Thais Graveyard refers to the programmer of C&C, the computer game series Command and Conquer.
Dance Dance Revolution Tribal Crest A mission during the Unnatural Selection Quest is called Dance Dance Evolution, an allusion to the video game series Dance Dance Revolution.
Half-Life Old Piece of Paper A Piece of Paper relates a message from Dr. Kleiner to Gordon about teleporters. Dr. Kleiner and Gordon are characters from the popular Half-Life series and both are scientists who work with teleporter technology.
Mortal Kombat Fatality Fatality and Flawless Victory!, a quote by the demon Ghazbaran, are phrases from the video game series Mortal Kombat. Additionally, a mission in The New Frontier Quest is called Mortal Combat.
Pac-Man Ghost A secret room in one of Ankrahmun's tombs has the same layout as a level from the arcade game Pac-Man, complete with teleporters, fruits, and ghosts.


Places, Organizations, and Constructs

It is often said that art imitates life. As such, several areas and organizations in Tibia show strong resemblances to real-life counterparts.

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
ABIN Assassin The Agency of Venorean Interest Negotiators is an allusion to the Brazilian intelligence agency, ABIN.
Alcatraz Dwarf Guard The dwarfen prison island of Dwacatra is named after the famous prison island of Alcatraz.
Big Ben A Sweaty Cyclops A Sweaty Cyclops's nickname is Big Ben, a reference to the famous London bell and its clock tower, Big Ben.
FBI Assassin The Tibian Bureau of Investigation is an allusion the the American intelligence agency, the FBI.
Hard Rock Cafe Lute The Venorean Hard Rock Tavern is an allusion to the rock and roll themed Hard Rock Cafe.
KGB Assassin The Carlin Girls Brigade is an allusion the the Soviet Union's intelligence agency, the KGB.
Norwegian Islands Map (Colour) The ice islands of Senja, Folda, and Vega share their names with the real-life Norwegian Islands Senja, Folda, and Vega.
Titanic Model Ship The Greenshore guildhall, the Tibianic is named after the famous ship the Titanic.

Achievement Tittles

Allusion Tibian Tie Information
Aldi Al Dee On Rookgaard, the equipment shopkeeper Al Dee is a reference to the international retailer, Aldi.


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