While writing the description for this particular spot, I was wondering how this location got its name. Luckily for me, I was here during the night. When approaching this area, there are long stairs before the closed gate. They take you up the small hill, and if you pan your view upwards just for a second, you can spot a giant moon. It seemed bigger now, and brighter, but that probably wasn’t the case.
As you approach the main gates, you’ll notice that they are locked. No cause for alarm – we don’t really need to go inside. Our goal is just a bit west, toward the rocks. Go back to the start of the stairs. Turn west and follow the rocky plateau on your right. Do not climb the small hill that comes shortly after, but continue straight, passing by a large tree. A couple of steps later, just as you turn right after a small boulder, you’ll be able to spot a tiny, hidden cave in the distance. For some reason, wolves in this area are fond of its glow, and would not give it up easily. Do not be sorry for defeating them, as they will miraculously rise from the ashes a short while after.