Morrowind talk:Zainsipilu

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Bandit Leader[edit]

Just curious and probably overlooking something obvious, but how do we know that "Maros Gimayn" is the leader of the bandits? -Meisterdieb 21:52, 30 December 2008 (EST)

It's a journal update you get when doing the Hlaalu Stronghold quests. Look at entry 250 here. –RpehTCE 00:36, 31 December 2008 (EST)

Thief Ring[edit]

This page says "There is a hidden thief ring in the water at the base of a pail on a rock, where the ladder runs into the water, below the hanging bridge."

But, there is no pail there. Just a couple of plants, some pieces of gold, and the ring. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 03:19 on 21 June 2015‎

Yeah, you're right. There's no pail as in a bucket anywhere in that area. I think whoever wrote that note was meaning that one of the bridge's supports is impaling the rock that has the thief ring and the gold on it. I'll adjust the note to mention that detail instead. Thanks for pointing this out! Forfeit (talk) 17:41, 21 June 2015 (UTC)

low value?[edit]

The article says repeatedly there were mostly low value items in the crates and chests. I would have to challenge that. If you first enter the cave after reaching level 11 you find lots of Scrolls of ekashs locksplitter, Grand soul gems, skooma etc. Is that really low value? -- 01:50, 19 February 2019 (UTC)

I think it's just meant to imply that all the containers just have leveled loot, and nothing unique. But I see what you mean, it's pretty subjective. Maybe instead of saying "low value enchanted items, gold, low value weapons and armor, and alchemy ingredients", it could say "leveled magic items", "leveled ingredients", etc. and have links to the leveled lists page.--Croup shrunk (talk) 16:43, 19 February 2019 (UTC)
Then every 'low value' should be replaced by 'leveled' Now I'm unsure if I should just do that now. I'll wait for maybe two more days, if noone objects by then I'll go for it. -- 04:24, 26 February 2019 (UTC)