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Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
Through the game, you will receive a quest from the Spanish Inquisition, somewhere in the exchange with these red-clad rascals, the phrase “A-ha! Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition” is spoken, this is a nod toward the famous scene in Monty Python where the Spanish Inquisition made an unannounced visit. This scene was made immensely popular once the internet got a hold of it and made it into a famously popular meme.
I am Iron Man
Though Rustler takes place many many years before the likes of the Avengers show up, there are still references to them in this medieval game. You might come across a reference to the superhero that goes by the name of “Iron Maiden”, one can not help but wonder if this is a reference to one member of the Avengers: Iron Man
Gotta Catch them all
If you’re not following the main quest line like many players, you might just pick up a side quest or two that look familiar. When roaming around and doing side quests, pay attention to the requests that some NPCs require of you, you might notice a specific mission where a stableman is requesting you to find all the different types of horses. This sounds oddly familiar, if you ever played or watched the series Pokemon, this will be a blast from the past, could this stableman be a Pokemon trainer stuck in a different world?
Pimp thy Horse
When cruising around town on your horse, you might just notice the hut in which you can customize your horse. The hut is labeled “Pimp thy Horse”, this is a reference to the MTV original show Pimp my Ride. So if you are a fan of the show, grab a horse and head on over to Pimp a Horse to set it up in your own personal style.
I’m not your buddy, guy!
The two main characters' names are Guy and Buddy. Ignoring the obvious strangeness of these names, some players might recognize these names. These names could be a reference to the famous scene from the South Park episode “Canada on Strike”. In this episode, the characters get into an argument where one states “I’m not your friend, Buddy” to which the line “I’m not your Buddy, Guy”. One cannot help but wonder if this episode is where the two characters in Rustler received their names from.
Throughout this medieval game, there are tons of references to the Monty Python show. Not just because they are both set in olden day times, you might come across references like that of the Holy Hand Grenade which makes its first appearance in Monty Python. Keep your eyes and ears out for tons of Monty Python references and easter eggs.