Dunnsoil has a single moon roughly the size of Earth’s Luna. Like Earth’s moon, Dragon is tidally locked. However, unlike our own slowly orbiting satellite, Dragon whips around Dunnsoil at only a slightly slower speed than the planet rotates. Due to this, Dragon hangs in the sky for the first half of a given month and sets in the west for the second half, apparently moving west about 10 degrees per day. The amount of time from moonrise to moonrise is approximately 35 days. It is also significantly closer to Dunnsoil than Luna is to Earth. There are vast volumes written by scholars detailing massive volcanoes that spew out seas of water periodically on Dragon. Spyglasses, however, are rare, and most common folk simply appreciate Dragon for the light it sheds every half month and care little for its academic value.