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When the game went retail, you could always see two moons,
- then one of them got hit by a graphical bug, which only
- displayed half of it, and now there's only one.
- Basically, the second moon got nerfed :( 
- "The wiki", eh? Damn that goblin ;) Anyway, I don't think it disappeared - however the moon you can see in-game is already quite small so it'd be hard to detect the other... or it has just disappeared, which would be quite a laziness of Blizzard. --Tinkerer 16:07, 9 November 2006 (EST)
- Yeah. I've been looking for the smaller, blue moon on nights that I remember to look into the sky. I don't think it's there, so I wonder if there are any other sources, aside from the two mentioned, that state that. I haven't read the RPG books or anything past the first book in WotA, so I've gotten a bit out of date. --Yaki 04:21, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
- I definitely remember seeing it at one point in time. Probably during the beta days, I know I've seen it right next to the White Lady. 04:34, 2 July 2008 (UTC)
- Found it. 04:44, 2 July 2008 (UTC)
- I asked a GM today about the disappearance of the Blue Child, and the GM said it has to do with the Tauren myth of Mu'sha - the story of the moon and how the blue moon "Blue Child" is the left eye of the Earthmother, which represents imagination. Because of the coming of the Burning Legion in The Burning Crusade expansion, she sent the Blue Child away to learn about the universe and it has been gone ever since, much like its mysterious disappearance from the sky after Vanilla. The GM also stated that Blue Child may not be returning for a long, long time. Deery (talk • contr) 01:02, 12 November 2010 (UTC)
a shame Edit
Not every heavenly body visible in the skies of outland is necissarily a moon. Outland no longer exist in the physical plane, its floating through the twisting nether; half physical half something else. Thats why Azeroth is visible from its surface. Its possible that some of these so called moons are infact other planets that are close enough to be seen through the nether.Tweak the Whacked (talk) 07:23, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
- That is true, and more importantly I think I pointed this out before you can't trust anything you see in the twisting nether, it changes forms, and its appearance can very from time to time. Things that may be seen may only be illusions, and not even connected to Outland at all.Baggins (talk) 07:59, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
- Well do we call them planetary satellites or what? I am just adding to the other moons that were listed on here as I notice them. I didn't really pay attention to objects, people, and the sky before joining wowiki.LOL At least you can see these in the sky unlike one of Azeroth's moons which isn't viewable in the sky. Rolandius (talk - contr) 09:19, 5 July 2008 (UTC)
- A planetary satelite means it revolves around the planet. Its pure speculation that any objects seen in twisting nether revolve around Outland or not... Also one might note that what objects one sees varies depending on the zone one is in. Some areas you can't see the same number or exact same objects, as you would see in another area. One of these such objects just happens to be the planet Azeroth itself as well.Baggins (talk) 09:25, 5 July 2008 (UTC)