User talk:Bvjhre

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Hi, there! I just saw the edit you made to Lore:Cult of the Ancestor Moth (pretty good, actually), and have been wondering:
"They are known to be reclusive and have hidden, or at least out of the way, sanctuaries scattered throughout Tamriel."
From which source does this last sentence come from? -- kertaw48 08:14, 1 July 2012 (UTC)

Well in the Dawnguard DLC for Skyrim when you are atempting to read the Elder Scrolls, you go to a secret Moth Priest sanctuary to perform the ritual. The Moth Priest travelling with you informs you that there are several such sanctuaries scattered around. I am new to UESP, but I thought this was a strong enough source to merit a mention. However, I haven't actually found any text that mentions this, or another source to back it up. Still, I personally think it counts. But you probably know more about what makes it official. What do you think? Should I take it down?--Bvjhre 03:45, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
No, no, the source is fine, it doesn't have to be written in stone, just wanted to know the exact reference before it got lost to the sands of time and such. Am I correct to assume that the Moth priest in question is Dexion Evicus? -- kertaw48 09:00, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
Yes, in fact during the quest Unseen Visions you visit one of their sanctuaries with him. It is called the Ancestor Glade.--Bvjhre 17:36, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
Here's the related dialogue if you're interested. ABCface 00:22, 28 July 2012 (UTC)