Enderal includes a variety of Easter Eggs, which are intentionally put in-game jokes for the player to discover while enjoying the game.
- The all-present joke about an arrow to the knee can be found in a few journals or letters around Enderal :Unfortunate Travelers
Literature and Fine Arts
- George Gordon Byron seems to be the face of the Wanted! noticeboard in major cities.
- A painting by the famous artist is found in many places, the first one is in the very first quest A Nice Day in Summer
Film and Television
- Luke Starwalker
- In various locations a few paintings of Godzilla adorning the walls can be found:
- During the Main Quest "Forgotten Homeland, Part II Magistra Yeala asks Kurmai to translate a text for him, and he explains it means: "To the left there is Sureai, which means workshop"
- An item, which refers to one of Enderal's composers, Marvin Kopp: Koppophon.
- A group of minstrels playing in the Dancing Nomad at a later point in the story. Their names refer to some of the members of SureAI. Most of the names are a blend between their real names and their internet nicknames.
- Nikolatius the Archaic One - Nicolas Samuel Lietzau
- Mavinn Tap - Marvin Kopp
- Maxine Banahnasplittus - Max/Bananasplit
- Julius Sagantus - Julian/Sagantor
- Joanis Metanoeite - Johannes Scheer/Metanoeite
- Gabor Gaboff is obviously the same Gabor Gaboff the player could meet in Nehrim. He speaks with the same “russian” accent and considers himself as an artist — a Painter of the black powder.
- Narathzul Arantheal was the main character in Enderal's prequel. In Enderal, he is barely mentioned as the son of the Grandmaster.
- Tealor Arantheal also appears in Nehrim; in Enderal, he becomes Grandmaster Tealor Arantheal.
- In Nehrim, Irlanda was one of the Light-borns, who ruled over the continent of Nehrim. She was also romantically involved with Tealor Arantheal. The people of Enderal still worship her as Light-Born Irlanda.
- Malphas was killed in Nehrim. The people of Enderal still worship him as Malphas.