Unlike standard auroras, the aurora borealis on Lyra is driven by the moon. Lyra’s moon, Eil, is unusually large and close. It is charged to attract water and sky elemental magic. When the moon is full, it pulls up the elements from the surface of Lyra, creating magical shows of auroras close to the ground. Auroras almost never happen when the moon is new. Show your character in a terra borealis. Your piece must include your character and an aurora borealis-like phenomenon based on the ground.
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