Moons and Constellations

There is a greater affect on our world from the moons, paths and stars than most would believe – and understanding them may be critical to mend our broken world…

World of Terraden

The Bloody Maiden

Second closest moon of Terraden, reddish-tan in hue and covered in brown and black stripes. This moon, like the other three moons, are pieces of the once large planet Terraden that were cast into the black with the coming of the Night’s Fire.

More research pending…

The Crying Queen

Third and farthest visible moon from Terraden, blue-green with white and grey hues across its surface. This moon, like the other three moons, are pieces of the once large planet Terraden that were cast into the black with the coming of the Night’s Fire.

More research pending…

The Lost Daughter

The fourth, smallest and most distant of the four moons of Terraden. It’s surface is brown and black with specks that occasionally sparkle given the right angle, otherwise blending in with the night sky for the untrained eye the rest of the time. It sheds little light back on Terraden and for the ignorant there are only three moons in the night sky. This moon, like the other three moons, are pieces of the once large planet Terraden that were cast into the black with the coming of the Night’s Fire.

More research pending…

The Wailing Widow

First and closest moon in the Terraden night sky, it is shades of gray and always churning on the surface (movement visible with the naked eye). This moon, like the other three moons, are pieces of the once large planet Terraden that were cast into the black with the coming of the Night’s Fire.

More research pending…

The Great Graveyards

Twin belts of asteroids and debris around Terraden caused by the destruction of the Great Sundering and the Night’s Fire. To this day significant amounts of rock and debris fall to the surface from these belts. Night sky watchers often see collisions as objects in the belts collide.

More research pending…

The Paths

After the storms and ash that followed the Night’s Fire cleared the skies above were filled with paths of nebulous gases that range in amber, greens and blues. These ribbons in the night sky change over the years but have clustered in areas of the night’s sky that a subset of mages known as Pathstronomers believe impart energies to the planet, can foretell coming events and could one day be the key to again unlocking access to other planes of existence.

More research pending…

Major Constellations

Entry pending…

Moons and Constellations

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