The moonhead lives on the grassy plains of Nufsed. It sleeps for most of the day with its legs and head tucked under its body. This position keeps the moonhead hidden from the many predators of the Nufsed plains. Even from a short distance, a sleeping moonhead looks just like a large rock. As the sun sets, the moonheads begin stirring. Love is in the air and the plains begin to fill with thousands of bobbing and glowing moonhead heads. As the male approaches a female, literal sparks fly! The pair rears onto their hind legs and an electrical current bounces and crackles between their heads.