The Hands that Move the World
Vult is the farthest moon from Eberron, and some legends say that it holds back forces that lurk out within the stars. The druids say that children of Vult are practical, careful folk who generally plan ahead and prepare for the worst; when disaster strikes, the children of Vult hold civilization together. In his study of the Serens, the sage Galeoin reported that the barbarians believe that Vult “devours” the spirits of deceased great wyrms that fail to attain godhood.
On the surface of Vult is a huge pyramid of steel and glass called Tharkul Kan. It was built by an unknown ancient race in prehistory. The structure, when fully functional, was apparently capable of making Vult’s atmosphere livable in a local area. Tharkul Kan contains a race of space-bred elves calling themselves “Custodians,” led by Yaun Vax. It is unknown if they were created here, but by the Custodians’ account their race came into being here under the ancient race.