The Khajiit moon phases change every other day, which is why they are called “Mooon Sugar.” It is important to remember that the other phases of the moon are also known as Alfiq, Suthay-raht, and Ohmes-raht. In addition to the Khajiit, Secundas and Masser also have patterns that match. The pattern in a lunar calendar matches up once every three months and every three Masser moons.
Known as moon sugar, this hallucinogenic plant grows in the Southern Elsweyr region of the Khajiit Empire. Its consumption is considered a holy act, because Khajiit believe it is actually the crystallised moonlight. Using moon sugar is also considered a form of partaking in the moon gods, so it is a staple of Khajiiti cuisine.
While it is technically forbidden by the Empire, Khajiit people can still harvest Moon Sugar and use it to make skooma, a highly addictive illegal drug. However, unlike in Skyrim, moon sugar is not a respawnable resource. It is available in limited supply in a few vendors, though it is typically smuggled in via caves. It is also used as currency by bandits. If you have some Moon Sugar to sell, you can do so through a Thieves Guild quest.
While the most reliable way to obtain Moon Sugar is from Khajiit Caravans, players can also collect it from random Apothecary’s satchels, hostile mages, and other scavengers. Moon Sugar can also be purchased from vendors or looted. In addition to the two sources listed above, Skyrim fans can find it in the Cragslane Cavern and the Riften Warehouse during the Skooma Trade quest.
The Khajiit furstock’s appearance is largely determined by the Moon’s phases. They are either dark or light, depending on the Moon’s phase. This kind of furstock also resembles a house cat. According to Khajiit legends, they are powerful spellcasters. While there is little scientific evidence to support this, the Alfiq is thought to be a distant relative of house cats.
Khajiit people have many stories of the heroics and tricksters of the Alfiq. Although they are a kind of cat, they are extremely smart and have the ability to talk. Most races don’t know how advanced these creatures are, however, and so treat them like pets. Alfiq often take the appearance of house cats and disguise themselves as such. If the Khajiit see their prey getting too close, they may even use their sharp teeth to steal it.
The Senche-raht is born during the full Moon of Masser and Secunda. They are larger than their Altmer cousins and are often called battlecats. They are also smaller than the Pahmar-raht, although they are bigger and faster than their cousins. But their appearance is not all that different from the Khajiit’s. The Senche-raht’s height is roughly two Altmer tall, and their weight is about fifty Altmer.
The Khajiit also claim to be the true origins of the Nirn. Their stories have several parallels to the other races of Tamriel, and their names include Ahnurr and Fadomai. They also have many mythical creatures that resemble the Nine Divines and the Daedra. The Pahmar and Khajiit moon phases are similar in size, although they are much taller and larger than their Altmer cousins.
Khajiit are a bipedal race that look similar to human beings but have different moon phases depending on the time of year. Their appearance is mostly black with stripes and spots. Their moon phases are determined by the Moon phases on the night they were born. Khajiiti moon phases include Taurus, Cancer, and Virgo. Each of these phases has different traits that affect the appearance of each Khajiit breed.
One common trait of Khajiit is the ability to talk. Their tongues are remarkably adapted to the language of the Khajiit people. Their moon phases are different than those of other races, and it is possible to interbreed with other Khajiit. They are not hereditary. This means that their appearance depends on the moon phases. If a moon is full in one place, the Khajiit can interbreed with other races to create a new race.
Another difference between Khajiit moon phases is their leaders. While many Khajiit leaders are based on the moons, the leader is born when the Masser and Secunda align. This makes a third moon. According to Khajiit mythology, this mane is the same soul in a new body and is destined to rule Elsweyr. Although the Khajiit are known to have different moon phases, they have never struggled over power between two Manes. While it is not known if the Khajiit moon phases affect their Magicka, their form can affect the ability of their leader to rule.
The size of a Khajiit is determined by the moon phase of their mother and father. For example, a baby born in the Waning Masser Full Secunda would be a male Khajiit. If the child is born under the Waning Masser Full Secunda, then that person would be named Alfiq. The same thing would be true for a male Suthay.
The Khajiit moon phases are based on the moons Secunda and Masser, which are also known as Jone and Jode in Aldmeri lore. These moons appear to be the same for both races, but they also have their own lunar cycles. Each moon phase is associated with a specific type of Khajiit. In the game, these phases are called Ahmes-raht and Suthay-raht.
The Ohmes-raht and Ohmes are similar in appearance. They are human-like with ears on top of their heads and tails. They were born during the new and full moons of Masser and Secunda, respectively. They are found in Daggerfall. Ohmes are not native to the planets of Earth, but they are native to the continent of Eorzea.
Mane is born during the rare third moon phase. Among the Khajiit, it is said that the mane is born on such a rare moon. Khajits are revered for their long, beautiful manes. However, other Khajits have been known to cut their manes and wear them as fur attachments. So what’s in a name?
Khajiit children are not bred like humans, and their form can vary significantly from their parents. The moon phases affect the shape and form of Khajiit at the time of their birth. In this way, a child born under a full moon would be called Alfiq, while a quadrupedal one would be called a Cathay-raht.
The Ohmes-Raht are the rulers of their spheres of influence and charity. The Khajiit often refer to their god S’rendarr as the runt, which reflects how he was born last in the Fadomai litter. While some of the Khajiit honor S’rendarr, some of them fell foul of the Riddle’Thar during Epiphany. Because of this, the S’rendarr cult is not popular. It is, however, believed to be a god.
The moon phases that govern the birth of the Mane are based on the dark phase of the lunar cycle, along with the alignment of the secunda and masser. As the name suggests, the Senche are intelligent and loyal to their clan. However, they are not very common outside of Elsweyr, and as a result, outsiders may get confused by the terminology used by these people.
Interestingly, the Khajiit are closely related to the Nirn moons. Depending on the moon phase, the Khajiit take different forms, and may have more than one shape. The Khajiiti language refers to the lunar phases as the “Lunar Lattice.”
The appearance of the Khajiit depends on the Lunar phases, especially the Masser and Secunda. For example, when the moon is full, the Senche bestial appears like a lesser version, while when the moon is waxing, the Senche becomes a larger, fiercer version, called a Senche-raht. This makes the Senche-raht a good candidate for mounts and beasts of burden.
The Khajiit are also prone to giving birth to bipedal offspring, but they may not give birth to those offspring. Similarly, a quadrupedal Khajiit may give birth to a bipedal child, but if the moon is too full during birth, the offspring may be born with a different appearance than the parents. However, this does not mean that the Khajiit cannot interbreed.
The Suthay-raht are bipedal creatures with tails and ears on top of their heads. Their birth time corresponds to the new moon of Masser. They also belong to the Secunda. And their appearance is similar to that of the Khajiit. They are usually taller than the Suthay and have a larger body than the Dagi. In the end, they will come together to fight for the creation of the world.