An enormous eastern desert, the Face of the Moon lies between the Kbirilma Sea and Cyntal Sea to the south, the Acaya lands to the east, and the River Peko to the west. Named by its native Savirai for the resemblance of the shifting white, red, and yellow dunes and rocks to the multicolored and geographically diverse face of the celestial Moon, it is a harsh, unforgiving landscape -- perhaps the only agriculturally productive land in the entire thing is the oasis near Gurach and Vana, sometimes called Her Tear.