Oblivion talk:The Temple of the One

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The game still contains packages referring to the Temple of the One Undercroft, which presumably would have been like the other Temple undercrofts in the game. In the final release there is no such undercroft however, or even an indication of how it would be accessed. — Unsigned comment by Jadrax (talkcontribs) at 17:07 on 13 January 2007‎

Beat the game in a few minutes[edit]

To beat the very quickly you must first exit the sewers. go to the temple of the one but stay outside. Use the paintbrush trick to get to the top of it. When you jump onto the temple, you will fall through(be careful it can kill you if your not careful at low levels.) Once down there, walk to the door that you would normally use to do inside but do not use it. look in the opposite direction of the door and look down. You should see a entrance to the temple, but it will not be a door. It will be a entrance like you see in towers when you climb down a ladder(sorry if confusing, but its hard to describe)If you dont see it then move around a little. When you go in, you will be in the temple, but it will be empty and have a red color to it like your in oblivion. If you go outside, the city will be under attack by low level daedra. Fight them if you want, but if you go back inside the temple and wait for 24 hours (maybe more) martin will show up wearing robes. If he does not start the fight between him and dagon wait a few hours and talk to him again. When it is all over, the game will continue on as if you did the entire main quest.

I do not recommend this if your making a serious character because you will miss out on many good items. The game is also pretty boring because there is no oblivion gates. Also, people may treat you differently since you finished the game, and that might affect certain quest. -JRM — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 04:44 on 5 July 2007

If the main quest is beaten with this method can you advance through the main quest and do the end again. I know that you can do the quests before it since when i did this i had Delivering the Amulet still in my quest book and MArtin was in Kvatch. --Platypodge 07:22, 14 January 2008 (EST)
The technique described above works. At least for the part after you've landed inside the Temple mesh in the Temple District. I took a shortcut using the console, rather than using paintbrushes to climb on top of the Temple. So I cannot confirm if climbing on top of the Temple will work. The Door JRM is describing is a Dummy Door than can be found in the Construction Set. It is a normal load door placed partly below the ground, inside the Temple mesh.
This technique will cause many conflicts though. People are talking about the end of the Oblivion crisis, but the Temple District is still intact and Jauffre still asks you to find Martin. --Timenn < talk > 10:48, 14 January 2008 (EST)

Glitched Blessing?[edit]

After becoming the Champion of Cyrodiil and saving Tamriel and such, I used the statue of the dragon in the Temple to recieve the blessing it gives. For some reason, after at least two in-game weeks, I still have that blessing appearing both on my character HUD and in my active effects. Has anyone else had this happen, or does anyone know what may have caused this? I play on the 360 and have all the official mods. I doubt any of those have affected the blessing however, as I've never had this problem before. Darkle 01:33, 22 June 2008 (EDT)

The blessing lasts 86,400 seconds ... one full day. The timer counts actual (real-life) seconds, not in-game time. So, it really depends on how much you play, fast-travel,... . It's quite posible for this to last two in-game weeks. I believe the last time I had that blessing it lasted a month (not sure)--LordDagon 11:41, 9 July 2008 (EDT)
Wow. That's a long time.. The thing is though, the bar that shows roughly how much time it has left on your HUD doesn't move. It's stuck at about three quarters. Darkle 11:59, 9 July 2008 (EDT)
I think you're just being a bit impatient ;). If you really want to get rid of the 'blessing', have you tried using a Dispel spell? (It would propably have to be a very powerful version, maybe even master level.) Otherwise, you'll just have to wait. If the timer keeps being stuck at three quaters, I haven't got any ideas how to solve this on the 360...--LordDagon 12:08, 9 July 2008 (EDT)
It's possible I am, but we'll see. And being an Orc warrior, this character has no chance of ever using a spell like that. If it stays like that forever, it's not such a bad thing. It is a blessing after all, but still. Thanks though. Darkle 12:15, 9 July 2008 (EDT)
I've got the same thing, except somehow or other I have three Favors active (In Active Effects, Favor of Akatosh is listed three times). There are two icons for it on the HUD, and the meters haven't decreased AT ALL in at least an in-game week, that I can tell. I've done plenty of Waiting and Fast Traveling and neither one made a difference, so I guess I'm stuck with a Personality stat of 102 and a Luck stat of 140. 02:50, 28 November 2011 (UTC)
Scratch that. Just got arrested for that one Bruma quest, and it went away. 03:20, 28 November 2011 (UTC)

Moved bug[edit]

  • Sometimes when you complete the quest line the temple of the one is still gonna be like before the attack

If true, then it at least needs to be reowrded for grammar and clarity. Coments?--Catmaniac66 15:52, 12 February 2011 (UTC)

In my experience I have never seen this happen. It also doesn't help that he didn't give a cause. --AKB Talk 16:32, 12 February 2011 (UTC)

Editing Over Top of One Another[edit]

Well, that was an amusing series of edits. Apparently the wiki resolved mine without triggering an edit conflict, which makes my edit summary sound a bit odd. I think this version covers everything the original did, without removing anything of note. Br3admax: what was the information you were concerned was being removed? Robin Hoodtalk 00:13, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

Some npc info, the desrepairBr3admax 00:14, 15 February 2012 (UTC)
The NPC info is still there, it's just in a separate paragraph now. Robin Hoodtalk 00:48, 15 February 2012 (UTC)
My edit summary didn't make much sense either. I thought the disrepaired state comment was specifically about the Temple of the One, not the whole district, and that's why I termed it redundant. In my defence though, it was 1.30 am and I had consumed rather too much orange juice. Wolok gro-Barok 10:37, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

Where are the Dragonfires?[edit]

Just out of interest, whereabouts in the Temple are the (unlit) Dragonfires? I assume they are some kind of torch or brazier somewhere in the Temple, but I can't seem to find anything of that sort. Norowane (talk) 11:52, 8 August 2013 (GMT)