A wind far above pushes thick, billowing clouds across the sky, revealing the three moons of Aetherius.
The moons are unusually close, each hanging low in the sky.
The three moons grow closer to each other and you feel the combined gravitational pull exerting force upon the world.
As the moons appear to touch each other in the sky the earth rumbles gently beneath your feet.
Where the moons appear to cross, a column of bright blue water expands from the center of the mass, encompassing the triple moons in a large ring.
The moons continue to drift into each other and it is impossible to tell which is closer or further from where you stand.
Bright fire bursts outward, encircling the trio in a second ring.
As the moons overlap the air is filled with radiant white light.
A fierce wind kicks up, sweeping leaves and dust into the air.
The swirling wind creates a great tornado that lifts into the heavens and encircles the moons in a third ring.
The radiant light increases at the moons slowly align into a great triple eclipse.
The moons tremble as surface pieces crack, break free, and rise from the surface, forming the fourth ring of earth and rock.
Only the most distant edges of the three moons have yet to overlap.
Light flashes through the sky and floods your vision as the eclipse reaches totality.
As your vision returns you look about and the land is bathed in a cool white light.
The rings have vanished and a singular black moon rests in the sky, bands of alternating light and dark emanating from the edges of the eclipse.
The triple eclipse twinkles and shimmers softly, not an inch of the land beneath escaping the blessed gaze of the unified moons.
In the center of the moon the image of a great crystalline forge begins to take shape and you can
feel the Diachaim spilling from its surface.
The Diachaim fills you with power and you feel a great desire to GAZE into the FORGE.
After several long moments, the image of the Moon Forge fades, and only the black moon, radiating the bands of light and dark remain.