Fable 3: Easter Eggs
There are couple of easter eggs in Fable 3 for the Xbox 360. As most easter eggs go, they don’t get you anything special, they’re just for fun.
East Hare Egg Hunt
In Millfields, below the graveyard you will find some graves. The first three on the left read: Walter Coen, Stabbed in broad daylight. Jeffrey Coen, Burned at sunrise. Theodore Coen, Shot in the dead of night. These are clues to finding the East Hare Egg, so if you want to find it yourself then don’t read the paragraph below. A tiny hint though, you’re looking for statues around Millfield.
Look around in the grave area and you’ll find the Theodore Coen statue. Wait until midnight, then keep shooting the statue until it glows and you hear the sound of a man dying. Now head to the gazebo in the middle of the lake and you’ll find the Jeffrey Coen statue. Wait until morning, equip the fire gauntlet and shoot it until it glows and makes the sound of a man dying. Now head to the Millfields Demon Door and you’ll see the Walter Coen statue. Wait until noon hit it with your sword several times until it glows and makes the dying sound as well. After this one, you will see the prompt to pull the right trigger. Pull right trigger to see the East Hare Egg appear on the gazebo. It doesn’t do anything, but it was a fun hunt right?
Lionhead Studios Logo
Swim out into the ocean in the Driftwood area. Once you hit the invisible border where you can’t swim out any further, tilt your camera to look down into the water and you’ll see the Lionhead Studios logo on the sea floor.
Tribute to the Game Portal
During the Hideout mission in Bowerstone, on your way to capture Nigel Ferret you will come across a room with a silver key. At the far end of the room there is a path around the boxes to a different jail cell. In the cell is a Hobbe worshiping the companion cube from portal, and on the table next to the cell is a cake. The cake of course is a lie!
Tribute to The Legend of Zelda
In the graveyard in Mourningwood there is tombstone that reads “It’s dangerous to go out alone. Take this” which was the line from the original Zelda when Link got his sword. Dig in front of the grave, and you’ll receive a Toy Sword.