Moon in Lens | World Anvil


There are three moons which orbit the planet. Before the dimming, each glowed with its own distinct colour that was instantly recognisable to anyone gazing upon them. Since then however, the moons no longer reflect the light of the sun, and sometimes can barely even be seen by the naked eye. The prescence often only noticeable by the circular patch of darkness in the sky. The moons do reflect constellation light though, and this has a variety of effects depending upon the combination of light waves they are receiving.


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