There are a few interesting Easter eggs in the Conquests of the Longbow video game. The known Easter Eggs are as follows:
In St. Mary's Abbey, clicking on the tapestry with the half-heart emerald will cause the characters in the tapestry to talk. There is a reference to Arthur Pendragon of the first Conquests game, and makes reference to Camelot.
At the Nottingham Fair, you can speak to many people. They include various people that worked on the game, as well as George Bush, and the game's creator Christy Marx. The rug seller sells rugs from Daventry, with a crest of Lytton. The rug seller's name is Oakhurst the location where Sierra once was located.
On day 9, if you visit the cobbler, you will occasionally see a fly buzzing around. Clicking it with the hand icon will squish it.
Almost every animal in the game speaks. Click on them with the speech icon to hear what they have to say.
when following the will o' the wisps to the tower of the Fens Monastery to save the Queen's Knight, you can go towards the front of the monastery where you will normally get killed by a large stone, which is dropped on you from above. On rare occasions, a live pig will be dropped upon Robin Hood instead.
on rare occasions, blowing the signal horn will produce a large bubble that floats to the top of the screen.