Oblivion talk:Temple of the Ancestor Moths (place)
 Do we need this info on the Place Page?
I just removed this entire meaningless tip from the article; as far as I can tell, the tip is merely useless (unless the amulets are enchanted), it's about exploiting glitches, and is more or less the kind of tips we're trying to avoid.
- If your character is level four or higher, the respawning Blind Moth Prelate in Shrine of the Moth always has a high level amulet or ring equipped which is randomly generated. By saving before entering the zone, you can ensure that you get a good ring or amulet. If you leave the zone and wait for 73 hours you can acquire another ring or amulet when the guardian respawns. Be warned though that this is not the case while doing the Turning a Blind Eye quest is some editions of the game. In those editions you will need to finish the quest first and then when you come back you can game the Blind Moth Prelate for good loot.
--Krusty 06:30, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
- It seems that the ring or amulet he has is indeed enchanted. When I did the quest today, he had a ring of the viper (11% poison resist), and he is mentioned as having magic items at the entry for him at the page the tip linked to. I'm not sure whether or not that is noteworthy enough for inclusion in the article, though - one would expect respawning NPCs to spawn with their usual equipment. MuddlingThrough 05:43, 14 July 2011 (UTC)
 No Fighting?
The article on obtaining master alchemy equipment says "(a bonus not needing to fight because of the Blind Moth Priests)", but when I entered, everyone attacked me. Do I need to be on the quest to not get attacked, or is the alchemy article false? — Unsigned comment by 22.214.171.124 (talk) at 21:08 on 28 August 2011
- Although they cannot see you, they can still hear you. You will have to sneak past them or use invisibility or chameleon. --Manic 21:11, 28 August 2011 (UTC)