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Dr Who

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This article is about moons in general. For Earth's moon, see the Moon.
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A moon (also known as a natural satellite) is an astronomical object that is found in orbit around a planet. Some moons, like Voga, are planetoids brought into orbit around a planet by the planet's gravity, while others are the result of a collision between objects during the formation of a solar system.

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A moon is a name that is given to a natural satellite that orbits a planet.

Moons vary in size across the galaxy, from asteroid size to nearly the size of a planet themselves. As a result, their gravitational fields can have differing effects on the planets they orbit. Luna's gravitational pull, for example, effects the tides of Earth.

Like planets, moons can vary in their appearence and make-up. Jerrado orbiting Bajor had a Class M environment that was capable of supporting life, while Luna was a desolate rock, until colonies were established in the 21st century and humans began adapting the landscape. (DS9 episodes: "Progress" and "Valiant").

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The Moon is the natural satellite orbiting the Earth (although most planets in the universe have their own moons). The average distance from the Moon to the Earth is 384,403 kilometers. The moon serves as a source of illumination at night, but only through reflected light from the Sun.

The Moon has long held a fascination for mankind. However, while some might like to visit for one afternoon, outside of professional astronauts, experts have stated that they don't think they'd like to live there. The two most notable space exploration agencies are NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and its counterpart WASA, the Worm Aeronautics and Space Administration.

In 1969, NASA launched the Apollo 11 mission, which became the first such mission to successfully land. Commander Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon, and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin became the second. Aldrin's experience gave him great insight into the moon's geological structure; in Sesame Street episode 4090, he shares that expertise with Cookie Monster, assuring him that the moon is made of rock and is not, in fact, a cookie. Not to be outdone by Aldrin and the human race, in 1997, WASA sent Slimey the Worm on a space mission, making him the first worm on the moon.

The moon, due to its round shape and topographical craters which at times resemble facial features, has often prompted anthropomorphic representations, such as The Man in the Moon and the moon in "Elmo's World: Sky." It is believed that the one true moon is in fact Luna, good friend to Bear on Bear in the Big Blue House. The moon, in its crescent phase, resembles a letter C. It is not, however, a cookie.

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Moon is a boss monster.



Level Stats Resistance (%) Base XP Characteristics Aggro range
Life AP MP Resist Neutral Resist Earth Resist Fire Resist Water Resist Air AP loss Resistance MP Loss Resistance Initiative Wisdom Strength Intelligence Chance Agility
200 9,000 10 6 0 50 50 50 50 62 62 0
200 9,000 10 6 50 0 50 50 50 62 62 0
200 9,000 10 6 50 50 0 50 50 62 62 0
200 9,000 10 6 50 50 50 0 50 62 62 0
200 9,000 10 6 50 50 50 50 0 62 62 0



Item Name Prospecting Lock
# players (Min observed PP)
Drop Rate (%)
Normal (Archmonster)
Magic Moon Fabric (800) 0.1
Moon Hairs (200) 20
Moon Skin (200) 5.4
Nomoon Hormone (400) 1

Reaching Moon

To get to Moon each of your team needs the following:

Once all of your team has those items, enter The Deep Moon Jungle then begin to head west, be careful though as there monsters are aggressive (About 1-2 squares aggro). Keep heading southwest until you get to the Kanniball Chef near a purple cauldron, which is at (31,6).

Talk to him and he will take all of your shells, as well as taking you over a map. You then need to head south until you get to Kanniball Mask (NPC) at (31,8). Equip your Kanniball Mask and talk to him, he will then send you through to the The Road to Moon.


Be careful when approaching Moon, it can aggro you at least 4 spaces away. It attacks with Moon Hammer, up to three times a turn, which deals about 100-600 damage per hit. Moon Hammer also de-buffs strength, chance, agility and intelligence with each hit. A Critical Hit from a Moon Hammer means instant death. Moon also summons Darkli Moon which has 10,000 HP but lower resists. This summon can steal AP, MP, deal damage and de-buff strength and intelligence.


You can try to have a person with incredibly high Agility stand in front of Moon and pray that Moon will dodge fail. This isn't as easy as it sounds though because you will lose a lot of agility if you are hit with moon hammer. This method does not work so well since a certain update, if you wish to try it, it's probably best to have an Agility Sacrier lock them, with an Eni healing/unbewitching the debuffs.

Dodge locking works fine, as long as there's someone behind the locker so moon can't release and run. The only problem is when Moon crits on the locker or summons Darkli and it transpose Moon out of lock position.

AP Removal

Bringing a character who can take a decent amount of AP, more if necessary, from Moon, while the rest of the team attacks it can make the fight a lot simpler.


It can be useful to have some classes with good unsummoning spells, to quickly kill the Darkli Moon.

Critical Failure (Pandawasta)

Moon Hammer has a critical failure rate of 1/20, which can be brought down to 1/2 easily by a Level 5 Pandawasta (Spirit Bond). Also, the Pandawasta can dodge lock him after casting Mediation.

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Final Fantasy

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The Moon in Final Fantasy VIII

The Moon is a recurring plot element of importance in the Final Fantasy series.



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The two moons over Baron Castle, the True Moon, and the smaller one being the Red Moon.

Final Fantasy IV

Main article: Red Moon

In Final Fantasy IV, there are two moons, one of which is the Red Moon, is a very important location. It is actually a planet near the Moon, and home to the Lunarians, the race to which Kluya, father of Cecil and Golbez, belongs. Cecil, after losing all the Crystals to Golbez, goes into the Moon via the Lunar Whale--a ship made by Kluya--that allows one to travel through space. The Red Moon is also home to the God of Eidolons, Bahamut, and the Hummingway tribe.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Main article: True Moon

In Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, the original moon is revealed to be home to the Creator, an entity that travels the cosmos using this moon, observing planets as their inhabitants evolve and judging whether they are deserving of living and destroying the same planets with this same moon in case they are not.

Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals

Main article: Black Moon

In Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals, the moon of Final Fantasy V is revealed to be home to Ra Devil, an entity that observed the planet and is planning to destroy it.

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: Moon (Final Fantasy VIII)

In Final Fantasy VIII, the Moon is the true origin of the monsters, and the reason why these infest the planet. The event where monsters are brought into the planet is called the Lunar Cry.

Final Fantasy IX

The Red Moon from Final Fantasy IV makes a small cameo in this game, as a Tetra Master card. Also, the planet of Terra is of red color, in opposition to Gaia's blue tone. This is also a reference to Final Fantasy IV's planet and Red Moon.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates

Main article: Crimson moon

In Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, the Crimson moon is a manifestation of pure evil created long ago when the God of Light created the planet. When he created the world, he extracted its chaotic evil in the form of a moon. Humans who are influenced by its power become Lunites.

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Luna, Earth's moon.

A moon is a celestial body that orbits a planet or smaller body, which is called the primary. It is, in more technical terms, a natural satellite.

The large gas giants of Sol have extensive systems of moons, including half a dozen comparable in size to Earth's moon: the four Galilean moons, Saturn's Titan, and Neptune's Triton. Saturn has an additional six mid-sized moons massive enough to have achieved hydrostatic equilibrium, and Uranus has five. Jupiter has more than sixty moons, of which only four are colonized. Those moons are called Jovian Moons. Of the inner planets, Mercury and Venus have no moons at all; Earth has one large moon, Luna, and Mars has two tiny moons, Phobos and Deimos.

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The Moon is a small formation of rock that orbits Earth.

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ST Expanded

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A moon is a generic name for a natural satellite that orbits a planet.

Moons may occur in all varieties concerning their number, form and size. The two moons of Mars are tiny dead planetoids, whereas the Bajoran moon Jeraddo was a planet-sized M-class world, before it was transformed into a wasteland.

More massive moons may also strongly influence their primary planet, as they exert gravitational forces, which can define a planet's orbital period as well as its seasons, like it is the case with Earth's moon, Luna.

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The moon Yavin 4

A moon was defined as a naturally occurring object that orbited a celestial body, such as a planet or other body larger than itself. Moons could vary in size, atmospheric conditions, climate, indigenous life, and other such categories. Some moons were barren rocks that existed in the vacuum of space, such as Folor, in orbit around Commenor, while others could be covered in lush, dense jungle, such as the fourth moon of Yavin.

Some planets, such as Carida, used their moon as a mascot. Carida's Imperial Academy had their emblem carved upon the surface of Carida's moon. However, during Mako Spince's schooling at the academy, Spince used antimatter to attempt to remove the emblem. The moon was destroyed, instead, leading to Spince's expulsion from the academy.[1]

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This article is about the Earth's natural orbiting satellite. For the transforming bunny from Beast Wars II, see Moon (BWII).

The Moon is Earth's moon, a big ball of rock orbiting, well, Earth. The Transformers tend to have a lot of battles there.



Marvel Comics

Generation One

When the Autobot contingent led by Fortress Maximus arrived from Nebulos to Earth, they sought contact with the Autobots of Earth, who were aboard the Ark, led at that point by the Dinobot Grimlock. Instead of marshaling their forces, their first meeting degenerated into a duel over leadership under the Autobot Code of Combat, with the Moon picked as a neutral location. As Grimlock faced off against the injured Fortress Maximus's proxy, Blaster, the Ratbat-led Decepticons ambushed the Autobots. While the combined efforts of the Autobots allowed them to defeat their attackers, the Ark was crippled, and with the Steelhaven having left to rebuild Optimus Prime, both groups were trapped on Earth's satellite. Totaled!

In a bout of extreme emo-ness depression brought on by the death of Ratchet, Optimus Prime ordered the Ark landed on the Moon to allow him walk and brood alone there. Yesterday's Heroes!

Generation One cartoon

In an attempt to hijack Earth's airwaves and cripple the humans' ability to communicate with each other, Megatron had a base built on the Moon. After Blaster and Cosmos were captured, Blaster sent music over Megatron's transmissions to let the Autobots learn where they were. After driving off the Decepticons, Blaster commandeered the base to use it to hang. Blaster Blues

Later, the Autobots and the Decepticons were fighting on the Moon when a mysterious voice summoned Sky Lynx, Trypticon, the Dinobots, the Predacons, the Terrorcons, and the animal-form cassettes to battle Tornadron. Call of the Primitives

Unicron Trilogy


The Mini-Con ship, the Exodus, crash-landed on the Moon, scattering its stasis-locked passengers all over Earth. Later, the Decepticons would set up a base inside the derelict ship, from where they would teleport to various locations on Earth to search for the Mini-Cons.

Alexis, Carlos and Rad would later end up on the Moon when they were accidentally teleported there during a fight. Apparently, by 2010, the Moon has a breathable atmosphere but no other alterations or terraforming, as the kids are able to move about and talk, despite the fact that they should have asphyxiated within minutes.

Ten years later, the Autobots and humans had established an energon mining base on the Moon's surface, creatively named Lunar City. They assigned Cyclonus and Tidal Wave to guard it. This lasted right up until someone actually attacked it. Energon Stars

When he was being stalked by a mysterious invisible assassin, Optimus Prime went to the moon to lure his attacker out into the open and challenge him directly. Starscream the Mysterious Mercenary

Kicker eventually realized that there was still energon -- and survivors -- in the ruins of Lunar City, leading to the Autobots returning there. They built a new energon tower to protect the resurgent base. Kicker Beware!

Inferno used Lunar City's repaired and upgraded defenses to blast the three artificial "comets" that Megatron sent to destroy Earth. It didn't seem to help much. Energon Grid

The Moon was later used as the launching point for the starship Miranda II. Go for Unicron!


The Mini-Con ship crashed on the Moon, leaving half of it and many of its occupants trapped there. Dualor took control and organised them into a community—a very well-armed community who were not allowed to leave—and declared they had to defend themselves against both Autobot and Decepticon exploitation. Dreamwave Armada issue 9 When Dualor abducted Earth's Mini-Cons "for their own good," both Autobot and Decepticon attentions were drawn to the Moon. This led to the Moon base's eventual destruction and evacuation. Dreamwave Armada issue 11


Titan Magazines

In an alternate reality where Megatron took control of the All Spark, the Autobot reinforcements for Earth (all six of them) arrived on the moon to avoid Decepticon detection and await orders. Pity the Decepticons detected them really soon, eh? Transformers Comic issue 9

Transformers Animated

When Starscream discovered the AllSpark on Earth, he apparently crashlanded the Nemesis on its moon and continued to the planet's surface by other means. The vessel was later discovered by a human remote-control space rover, which was promptly stomped by Lugnut when he and Blitzwing landed near the Nemesis during their search for Megatron. The two Decepticons then proceeded to Earth. Lost and Found

The wreckage of the Nemesis was later used as Starscream's base of operations as he cloned himself. A Fistful of Energon Once he deemed his troops sufficient, he again departed from the moon with the clones in tow. A Bridge Too Close, Part I

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From Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker Wiki

Moon is a new Archetype that will be released in the Booster Pack Paulo Eduardo Creations Sub-Pack - Night Queen: The Moon!.

Playing Style

Moon Archetype monsters playing style is based on flip monster your opponent controls into face-down Defense Position.

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