- When someone gets the randomly-spawned tomatoes treasure from games.
(Discoverer) has found tomatoes worth 60 food and can now make pasta sauce.
- George Crushington's cheat code: "Where's that axe?"
- Some of the audio taunts, which include, "I'm in ur base, killin ur doods," spoken like a Quintessential British Gentleman and, "Really? Such a noob," spoken by the same voice actress who voices Queen Elizabeth.
- Campaign-exclusive units get unit bios too, usually including extensive historical background. But the bio for the railway workers you have to protect from the Sioux in the second mission of "Shadow" just says "Stop reading this and save this railroad worker!"
- Most of the AI's insulting comments from the snarky Napoleon, to the boisterous Suleiman, to the hammy Cuauthemoc, to the bloodthirsty Tokugawa are guaranteed to make you laugh every time they speak.
- In many random maps the wildlife and treasure guardians are a little bit off-kilter, but one instance that really stands out is having polar bears in maps like Indochina or Borneo.
- John Black is preparing to hunt down the remaining Cherokee but leaves some of his men behind, including his uncle Stuart. He recommends this:
- "Stuart, you stay here with the other women."
- The "Plymouth" map where players start out with Settlers dressed as Pilgrims, at a dinner table with Thanksgiving-esque Food Crates nearby, and a playable "Intrepid Turkey" scout that becomes a "Delicious Feast" if slain.