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Lunar Reign

By gpsychosis on April 1, 2018 8:06 am

Thirteen degrees about the fourth anisotropic axis, there exists a version of Earth whose surface material is animated into a stilted version of life-as-we-know-it by its Moon. The surface activity appears closer to our world during a new moon, and is completely disintegrated in places where this puppeteer does not govern.\\\\\\

///When the day breaks on this  planet, the ersatz forms destabilize. Solar eclipses here are catastrophic events that produce mutations and amalgams that persist temporarily in the satellite's patterns. During a full moon, the lunar draw simulates the eclipse forms in high relief, often revealing incepted horrors. Sometimes this moon remembers only the aspects of infusion and dispersion, causing typical forms to arrange into strange rituals.

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April 5, 2018 6:00 pm

That's some deep lore, I love it.

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