Morrowind talk:Moon Sugar

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How do we know that Wulf and Canctunius Punius are Moon sugar addicts? Caius Cosades for example tells you (and you'll see sugar in his house) - do the others mention their addiction as well? I especially find it strange that Wulf should be an addict, given his "background"/real identity. - 12:41, 19 December 2008 (EST)

Both of them are carrying 5 Moon Sugar in their inventory, and the other two on the list are also carrying some. (Notably, nobody else in the game has any in their inventory, though some people have it in their houses or stores, either loose or in containers.) Now whether this makes them addicts, casual users, or just drug smugglers, we don't know. Maybe Wulf just convinced somebody to quit and took their drugs away, if that makes you feel better about him. We can't really know for sure. But that's why those names are on the list. --TheRealLurlock Talk 13:12, 19 December 2008 (EST)

Moon Sugar Fences[edit]

Seeing as how there are only two or three vendors who will buy moon sugar, as far as I know, I think it would be worthwhile to list them on this page. Ajira, my "warm friend", and Ra'virr are the only two I know. — Unsigned comment by Telperion (talkcontribs) at 20:38 on May 12, 2011

As it says on the page: "A notable exception are any vendors who are Khajiits." Any Khajiit merchant will accept moon sugar and skooma. --DKong27 Talk Cont 02:49, 13 May 2011 (UTC)
There are also Skooma and Moon Sugar merchants who aren't Khajiits; some times in inns or clubs. For example, I just sold Skooma to Drarayne Girith at the Plot and Plaster in Tel Aruhn, and since he also sells ingredients, I assume he would also buy Moon Sugar. Downstrike (talk) 06:21, 29 March 2013 (GMT)