For the Prelate key, you need one. The trick where you can open the door by targeting a mob and using Dia no longer works. As for farming the key, most of the Tonberry Stabbers that drop they key are past the door that requires the key. The Den of Rancor is a good place to farm the key. The statement that Tonberry NINs drop the key is wrong, only the Stabbers drop it. The mob that drops the Prelate key in the Den of Rancor is called the Tonberry Slasher and is not hard to find even without the map. Jesifromgaruda 06:06, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
Just opened the door by casting dia on a Tonberry Stabber that was inside, so this does still work.Haunted 14:55, 9 July 2008 (UTC)
I took out "It is not necessary to farm the Prelate Key. Instead you can use any magic spell to aggro a mob through the Door. Once the engaged mob gets near the door, it will open. However, it may take a long time until a Hover Tank gets near enough to magic-aggro." This is not true. The mob just walks right through the door while it remains closed. Setherio 05:44, 17 November 2008 (UTC)
I re-added the aforementioned. Apperently the group I was with originally used the wrong door. @_@ go figure. Anyways, I was able to target a tonberry on the other side and casted Dia, it opened the door for me ^_^Setherio 12:42, 24 November 2008 (UTC)
The NM Dolls
I've found it very hard to enfeeble the NM Dolls, My NIN75 and an RDM75 couldn't land Blind, Paralyze, or Slow. And on another run for another friend, a well geared BRD75 could not land Elegy after several attempts throughout the fight. The only enfeeble I did land, although the duration seemed resisted, was Dokumori: Ichi.
How to get Prelate Key
After entering The Temple of Uggalepih hug right wall until you eventuallu zone out to Yhoator Jungle again. Shorttly after zoning a single Tonberry Chopper spawns, he will check as Easy Prey to a lv 75. This Tonberry Chopper drop the Prelate Key even though you are still in Yhoator Jungle zone. And he spawns alone so there is no risk for links.~-~Zanno~-~ 18:14, 22 January 2009 (UTC)