Two moons grace the sky. The Mother Moon is large and inviting, a soft white-gray disk that fills the night sky. When full, every twentieth day, its radiance will chase away the darkness. Scholars of long ago called this moon Vorgarti, though few know that name today.
Mestecarn, the mother moon’s dark red cousin, is a fraction of her size and orbits slowly across the sky. This sometimes feared moon is full only once every sixty-two days.