Battlespire:Xivilai Moath

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Xivilai Moath

Lord Xivilai Moath is a Daedra Lord, and a lieutenant of Mehrunes Dagon. He is Chief of a clan which includes the Frost Daedra and Clannfear. He can be found in Havok Wellhead at Point I.

Dialogue[edit]

Greeting[edit]

I will speak to you simply and directly in the manner of your race.

Player Response Result
Thank you, your Lordship. I am sensible of the honor you do me. Reply 2
No. I will speak to YOU, and you will listen. Reply 1

Reply 1[edit]

Perhaps you first need lessons in civility before we should treat further.

Player Response Result
You and what legion of fiends? END Summon CF_2 &XivMad

Greeting [&XivCalm][edit]

Yes?

Player Response Result
Please excuse me, sir. I have been much injured by my enemies, and am quick to temper. I wish to hear what you have to say, and will listen respectfully and attentively. Reply 2
Give me the gatekey or I'll slap you so far into Oblivion that when you get back your clothes will be out of style. END Summon CF_2 &XivMad

Reply 2[edit]

You've gotten this far against considerable opposition. Therefore, you are able to protect yourself. You are talking to us. Therefore you have something to sell. We will hear your plea – simple and direct. Then we will consider your appeal, or call your bluff.

Player Response Result
[&PCFemale] Clearly my actions have inconvenienced you. If you could arrange that my friend Josian Kaid and myself be returned to Tamriel, I could scarcely trouble you any further. Reply 11
[&PCMale] Clearly my actions have inconvenienced you. If you could arrange that my friend Vatasha Trenelle and myself be returned to Tamriel, I could scarcely trouble you any further. Reply 11
[&Neonymic] Bluntly spoken, sir. In short, my Lord, I have your neonymic. I can tell you where I got it. I want to rescue my friend from your Lord Dagon. I need to get to his Hunting Lodge to accomplish this rescue. As you know, I can use the neonymic to banish you, take the key, then fight my way through your troops. Or you can give me the key, tell your troops to display honorable but prudent valor in defending the gate, and I keep the neonymic my little secret pending the unlikely event of a future encounter between us. Reply 6
[&PCFemale] AND [&Neonymic] I require the return of Battlespire to the Empire, deathprice for those killed in the invasion, reparations for physical damage, and delivery of myself and my companion, Josian Kaid, to Tamriel. Reply 3
[&PCMale] AND [&Neonymic] I require the return of Battlespire to the Empire, deathprice for those killed in the invasion, reparations for physical damage, and delivery of myself and my companion, Vatasha Trenelle, to Tamriel. Reply 3

Reply 3[edit]

I'm sure you are in earnest, but your expectations are unrealistic and your inference of my inferior status insulting. Our interview is at an end.

Player Response Result
I see. Perhaps after further consideration, we may have other proposals to discuss. END

Reply 4[edit]

[Grudging, disbelieving chuckle.] This is somewhat worse than I thought. Perhaps you would like to make clear your proposal while I consider my position in light of your unwelcome claims.

Player Response Result
As you know, I can use the neonymic to banish you, take the key, then fight my way through your troops. Or you can give me the key, tell your troops to display honorable but prudent valor in defending the gate, and I keep the neonymic my little secret pending the unlikely event of a future encounter between us. Reply 5
Actually, we have nothing to talk about. I banish you, Xivilai Moath, Wegerohseh-chehkohieu, to the Wells of Oblivion. And good riddance. END Kill AND DROP 35_10000 &XivEnemy

Reply 5[edit]

[Sober] Why do you deal with me? Why not take your weapon and offer it to my enemies?

Player Response Result
You aren't completely crazy, reckless, and irrational. I like that in an ally. And your enemies are not my kind of people. In fact, to sweeten the deal, I can tell you who told me your neonymic, so you can watch your back, or stab someone else's back as a precautionary measure. Reply 6

Reply 6[edit]

Who gave you my neonymic?

Player Response Result
Your erstwhile ally, Faydra Shardai. You ought to keep an eye on that one, Lord. She's a sneaky one. Reply 7

Reply 7[edit]

I misjudged Faydra. I wonder how she discovered my neonymic? Very well. I shall require a oath to the Powers that you will never reveal the neonymic to another soul...

Player Response Result
Other than yourself, of course... Reply 8

Reply 8[edit]

Ah. Yes. Of course. You will never reveal my neonymic to any soul save myself; in return, you shall have the gatekey to Dagon's Hunting Lodge, and a secret safe conduct from my clan.

Player Response Result
To your proposal, by the Great Powers, I so swear. Reply 9 PUT 35_10000

Reply 9[edit]

Here is the gatekey. I shall issue orders to my clan immediately. I believe I shall comfort myself with the conquest of Battlespire, and be grateful to have you out of my way at so modest a price. And now, if you'll excuse me, my clan and I have some pressing business with Shardai clan and its honor-stained leader.

Player Response Result
If you don't mind, I think I'll make myself scarce before things get too dangerous around here. Good luck, and good hunting. END Teleport_0 &XivAlly

Greeting [&XivMad][edit]

You have tried my patience. I have no desire to speak with you.

Player Response Result
I am sorry. I did not wish to give offense. END &XivCalm
Go ahead. Be that way. See if I care. END

Reply 11[edit]

You overestimate the inconvenience you have caused me, and overvalue your status in negotiations with an immortal lord. I am willing to overlook your gaucheries as a feature of your youth and inexperience. I suggest your withdraw to reconsider your appeal.

Player Response Result
Uh... Can I take that as a no? END

NoTalk[edit]

[[From his sober and forbidding countenance, it is clear that he has no wish to speak further with you.]]

Notes[edit]

  • Xivilai Moath's name and general appearance became the basis for a type of Daedra known as a "Xivilai", which first appeared in Oblivion.
  • Xivilai Moath also appears in ESO, as an enemy named simply Moath.