* ''Masters of Jade'': There are several, but one of the most popular with the fans: There's a story about a Lunar attempting to keep a Solar free of Guild influence. However, said "influence" was that the Solar was a baker, and the Guild hired her to ''do the cooking'' for the Summer of Weddings in Ashur. Thus, the Lunar felt that the best course of action was to eat all 54 cakes herself.[[note]] That's as many as six nines! AndThatsTerrible.[[/note]] It's the accompanying illustration (of the Lunar in question nonchalantly sitting over the packing boxes as the Solar looks on in dismay) that really sells it.
** [[http://i.imgur.com/HzNsvIu.png The illustration in question]], for those curious.
* ''Compass of Terrestrial Directions: The North'' has a reference to the anti-creatures-of-darkness shell surrounding the city of Whitewall, and what happens if you were to hurl a nemissary-possessed corpse over it from a catapult:
-->''Yes, it's been tried.''
* [[CrossingTheLineTwice Malfeas's plans]] [[BloodyHilarious for the East]] in the Infernals manual. Apparently, he wants to see the Greyfalls Dragon-Bloods splattered dead and its waterfalls run red with blood for a year; the same thing for Lookshy without the waterfalls; Ma-Ha-Suchi worries him so he wants to see the Lunar raped to death; Mt Metagalapa hurled at Nexus like the world's largest spear..."One gets the idea."
* The indexes of some Manuals of Exalted Power- the Alchemicals' mentions [[{{Futurama}} Bender Bending Rodriguez]] (several times), and the index for the [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Abyssals]] book has the following little gem:
--> blood not funny
* The Sidereals book has "Spiders: see ''everywhere''." This is actually accurate, given that nearly every page in said book has images of Pattern Spiders in the margins.
* Abyssals 3E preview: The Chalcedony Bishop's notes are ''hilarious.'' They start off dramatic and spine-chilling, evocative of the cruelty and self-hatred this Deathlord has been driven to...and then you get this.
--> ''Does he still have, like, [[GagPenis seven wangs]]?''
---> God dammit people, focus! (Yes.)
* The first published Burn Legend playtest, for Shards? A mirror match between two identical Yamajin Richard Nixons.
* The third book of sorcery, on the table describing the event of ExplosiveOverclocking a demanse, squeezes this gem into the margins of the [[OffTheScale N/A]] entry:
-->Be somewhere else
* The Infernals book, after discussing various game styles - a revenge plot against whomever caused the Infernals' damning failures in the first place, power plays in the hell-on-earth that the Yozi created after a successful Reclamation, a standard Reclamation campaign based on turning all of creation into said hell-on-earth - throws this suggestion in:
->'''GRAND THEFT YEDDIM'''
-->Remember that disclaimer, way up in a previous section? The disclaimer that warned you that the Infernals were brutal, cruel and required a tempered approach in order to not over stimulate or desensitize players? Yeah, forget it.
* The Righteous Devil Style from Scroll of the Monk turns into an outright parody of TheManWithNoName and spaghetti westerns in general, with charms that are centered on the quickdraw and a form that allows you to call your opponent out and send bystanders fleeing from the saloon.
* The Scroll of Heroes opens with the Panther - a Lawgiver, one of the most powerful humans in Creation - being ChainedToABed by his {{Yandere}} fan.