Anyone in here that plays it? Quite possibly one of the most time consuming games out right now, but there's so much to do. The fact that they added so many easter eggs in it doesn't help it much. Here's a few: The UnderCity: There are things only the dead can see. I haven't found anything yet, but appearently there's supposed to be ghosts wandering around. Also, if you walk through the area where the bells are and into the throne room, you can hear through the crowds cheering and the bells ringing, reminiscent of Arthas' return to Lordaeron. You can go through the whole cinematic. The Sepulcher: One of the Dalaran wizards from a mission in WarCraft III makes an appearance here. He's standing in front of one of the gravestones, obviously dead. Diablo reference: Aside from the Collector's Edition Mini Diablo, you can use Wirt's Third Leg as a one-handed mace. Lord of the Rings: The male human has a huge Lord of the Rings reference as one of his /silly commands. It goes on for about a minute or so, but it's absolutely hilarious. You can also fish for The 1 Ring. Not as good as The 2 Ring. Ironforge: Want to see a glimpse of what Old Ironforge looked like? Die first, then go as a ghost to where Bronzebeard is. On either side of the enterance way are two locked doors which ghosts can go through, and one of them leads to Old Ironforge. There isn't much there, but it's still interesting. Shrine of the Fallen Hero: Another thing that only the dead can get to. It's in The Barrens by the Crossroads. When you get there, there's a Spirit Healer, as well as the body of a fallen orc. On the shrine are the letters MK, which stand for Michel Kioter. He was one of the artists who worked at Blizzard, but died last year unexpectedly at the age of 19 (in fact, the anniversery is coming up in 5 days). Sad, but quite possibly one of the coolest easter eggs in the game. You can read more about it here. Un'Goro Crater: Possibly one of the weirdest places in the game. Here you will find references to just about anything, whether it's The Legend of Zelda, Lost Vikings, Donkey Kong, or even Star Trek, chances are, you will find a reference of some sort in there. That's only a taste, but there's tons more. You just have to go look around.