The Moon

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The Moon
The Moon
Unknown, during a Blackout[1]

The Moon is a special location in The Blackout Club (game).

Description[edit | edit source]

Players are sometimes brought to the Moon to speak with the Voices in a more private setting. Moon trips began during the Closed Beta in October 2018. According to IN-HER-TEETH, the moon is "A BLACKOUT. A SAFE PLACE."[1]

THEE-I-DARE says the moon may be an illusion created for us while the Voices puppeteer out bodies[2]. According to SPEAK-AS-ONE, the moon is a delusion, and says some die if they are taken there, as not all bodies can "withstand a coma".[3] SPEAK-AS-ONE also claims the Moon is "OF THE ENEMY".[4]

Pillars[edit | edit source]

The pillars on the moon were not always present. In trips to the moon during the Closed Beta, the moon was a barren landscape devoid of pillars.[5] Five pillars were added in the beginning of Early Access that each showed a blue, glowing icon. A few weeks after the game's launch, a sixth pillar appeared on the moon (left-most pillar). This sixth pillar was unique in that it was colored red and was of an icon not yet seen before; it turned out to be the icon of CHASE-THE-SUN. After the death of DANCE-FOR-US, all pillars on the moon were replaced by a single pillar showing her icon.[6]

SPEAK-AS-ONE has described the pillars on the moon as referring to "LOST ONES" (Voices) who can no longer be found in Redacre.[4]

Notable Finds[edit | edit source]


Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Even though the moon in the sky was hidden through Closed Beta to after 1.0 launch, players could still be taken to The Moon by a Voice.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Player Interaction (1 May 2020). Link to Interaction.
  2. Player Interaction (2 April 2019). Link to Interaction.
  3. Player Interaction (12 November 2019). Link to Interaction.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Player Interaction (16 November 2019). Link to Interaction.
  5. Player Interaction (23 October 2019). Link to Interaction.
  6. Player Interaction (9 November 2019). Link to Interaction.