The moon of Unease is a sign of the madman in tribe lore. In earlier times, the moon sign meant that someone was waiting for something out of impulse; as a warning it told wonderers to stay clear of this area, but for challengers it was an invitation to combat. In more recent times, the moon of Unease is simplified in context to the concepts of allurement, danger, and misdirection when used by rogues, pirates, and hoodlums. Many savory people are taught to be terrified of Ni, because in mythology it hints that one may be becoming mentally unstable.
Notes from various explorers’ state that the blood moon of Ni is in fact an anomaly from space that was recorded throughout history by worshipers of Ni and other personal findings. Ni is recorded as a moon covered in mist that is made of ice and various sediments of loose soil that isn’t held together by the moon’s core at all. An image from the icy surface is visually etched from the core throughout the outer shell of the sphere, often at times forming a noticeable W shape with or without ‘teeth’ towards the bottom of the moon.
Ni is also notable in many stories as a symbol of Impulse, with deeply rooted history connected to Civexian lore, The Story of Bluegrass.
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21 Mar 2018 02:24 CET
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