"I have led many troops through the treacherous crags of Moonsbit Pass. Its name comes from one of the great poet Lunorl's compositions. When he looked upon the moon obscured by the mountain's jagged peak, he saw a bite taken out of its surface. When I look upon the moon, I see a stern warning of the dangers that lie ahead. One must watch their footing carefully as they traverse the jagged path or else plummet to the rocks below. And keep your eyes trained on the sky, for harpies soar above the mountain and are known to attack unaware travelers."