Zelda TP has turned out to be a gold mine for EE's. And I must thank each and everyone of you for your hard work that you have put into this thread. Maybe there were some EE's we missed out on, but I'm sure ZeldaGamer21 will make a thread to clear that up. This thread has lived long enough so I'm having a Mod or Admin retire it ASAP, as long as it served its purpose I'm content. So with this threads final breaths I say "Kudos to you all for your fine work!"
I wouldn't call this much of an EE but the provinces of Eldin, Faron, and Lanayru resemble the three godesses, Din, Farore, and Nayru. Also names like Impaz, Renado, Rutela, Malo, Talo Morpheel, and Armogohma all bare resemblences/refrences to characters/bosses from OoT and other legend of zleda games.
Eldin - Din, obviously
Faron - Farore?
Lanayru - Well, Nayru is in it...
Impaz - Another no-brainer
Renado - Not quite sure what in OoT is similar to that name
Rutela - Perhaps Princess Ruto's daughter or grand-daughter?
Malo - Malon
Talo - Talon
Morpheel - Morpha
Armogohma - Gohma
This next bit was something I read on the IGN forums, where someone pointed out that if you aim the Dominion Rod at something other than a statue, the sound it makes as you swing it and as the ball of light "bounces back" and finally comes back into the Rod sounds like Zelda's Lullaby. He said that he might just be tripping out and wasn't sure, but after trying it myself, it really does sound like Zelda's Lullaby.
Not sure if this is an EE or not, but the Postman is also inside the barn at the Ordon Ranch. You can only see him there after you've met him for the first time, which is somewhere near the Goron Mines section of the game, if I recall correctly. At that point you wouldn't really go back to Ordon for anything (except the Iron Boots), so when I noticed him there today, I thought it was pretty cool. He remarks about not being able to deliver letters if the goats keep eating them, or something along those lines.
As for the OoT boss music during the second phase of Stallord as discussed on Page 31, I think it's true. The music sounds very familiar, the only boss fight in OoT which I can faintly recall the music being in is for Dodongo, but the last time I played OoT was years ago (it came out when I was 6 or so, I played Master Quest maybe 2 years ago), so my memory of OoT is not at it's best.
To the Biggoron Sword believers: To me, it's just a large claymore. Sheesh people! What would you do if you were playing a non-Zelda game and saw a straight-edged sword with a blue hilt on it? Assume that it's an EE of the Master Sword? Other than size and shape (actually I think BG sword is bigger), it's just a normal sword with no similarities.
As for the Hidden Village sign, I have the Gamecube version and can make out "Kakariko" if I squint and visualize it enough. I believe that the Hidden Village was, at one point, the Kakariko Village from OoT.