During a death scene walking into the swamp near the mine, Whittlin' Willy will start on the Ballad of King Graham, about his encounter with an evil wizard (Mordack): "That ain't one of my better stories, anyhoo. Say, did I ever tell ya the story about ol' King Graham? It seems there wuz this evil wizard, and he got Graham into just a peck o' trouble..."
A notice board in the General Store has an ad notice put up by one 'K. Graham': "Announcement to All! I am no longer responsible for any debts incurred by my wife Valanice, my son Alexander or my daughter Rosella. Correspondence may be sent to: K. Graham of Daventry c/o P. Patti Washington D.C. Better not touch it. Whoever this Kay Graham is, she might be very upset."
Cedric appears, has his demise in the desert, and is eaten by vultures
The wagon near the bank once belonged to a certain man (Tam Baker) from Serenia.
If you try giving the vial of sulpher to Smithie, he says he once had the old spellbook from KQ6. “Smells like rotten eggs! Too bad I ain’t got m’old spellbook from King’s Quest Six.”
Looking at the barrel near the saloon it says: “There’s an old used applejack barrel. Smells like somebody’s been keepin’ dead fish in it.” This is a reference to King’s Quest 5 barrel with the smelly, old, rotten fish found in Serenia.