Who says Anise is here sister? I thought it was helgi? Jabberwockxeno (talk) 00:05, December 18, 2011 (UTC) Anise has a note adressed to Helgi(could possibly be a mistake and supposed to say Hilde, referring to Sven's mother in Riverwood), which states that her sister Moira will soon be there, and then they can "start a proper coven". Also, I just wanted to state that Anise has a Hagraven Feather and a Petty Soul Gem, meaning that A Hagraven Feather and/or Soul Gem and/or Hagraven Claw may be necessary for the transformation into a Hagraven, it is most likely that the claw is needed as Anise had no claw in her posession and Moira had none which could be given to her, a possible explanation for why she is still a human.

Triggering thief contract Edit

It may even be possible to trigger the thief contract without stealling, nor attacking anise. In this playthrough a group of necromancers attacked while I was talking to anise, and they killed her. I opted not to examine the shed further knowing everything there is flagged stolen anyway and mvoed on.

Much later, a group of thugs showed up with a contract from Moira citing me as a thief. 13:02, May 29, 2012 (UTC)

Another reference to The Lord of the Rings Edit

It has already been established that she is a reference to The Lord of the Rings thanks to the "my precious" line with the wedding ring, but I would like to point out that her name might also be a reference as it is incredibly close to Moria which is the dwarven mithril mines in The Fellowship of the Ring.

~Manboat1515 (talk) 22:43, June 2, 2012 (UTC)manboat

Moira is a real name. It has nothing to do with Moria. 01:48, November 12, 2012 (UTC)

Besides, the amount of inappropriate jokes that can be made with that reference is unbelievable, both in quantity and disturbing properties of them...Mask2697 (talk) 01:50, November 12, 2012 (UTC)

Trivia pieceEdit

Removed from article:

"She actually never states that anyone wanted to marry her, just that she waited until he/she had experience with marriage, with it making a paradox if the Dragonborn is already married."

This is surely not a "paradox," and I don't know what it means besides. Requesting clarification before adding it back to the article.

Sorry, I added the above comment. --LeDaea (talk) 23:47, April 9, 2013 (UTC)
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