Some of it is on the surface of the moon, while some of it orbits high above. Wherever you live, there’s much to be found. On Luna Outpost’s Ground Section, the focus is the moon itself- people live in settlements and tents from which they explore the moon. Meanwhile, above them is the massive tech metropolis Luna Station. It’s home to an elite academy for space explorers and Earth settlers, an amusement park that’s a simulator for harsh environments in disguise, and a series of simulated environments and holding chambers for earth artifacts.
The tech here is more shiny and new than that on Earth. Some robots look like uncanny-valley imitations of humans, and even most humans have brain chips. Because there’s no gravity, people on the Station have to wear magnet boots.
Many people work as instructors, manage the rides, communicate with Earth through servers, categorize artifacts found by Field Agents, and enforce a strict credit system. Individuality isn’t that important on the moon, so uniforms for every sector of life are common.
The credit system gives you points, which can be spent on better clothes and food, for acting good. You lose points when you act out of line and can get in trouble.
There’s a cafeteria, usually with dried food, where all people can go and eat. Occasionally better food comes in from Earth, and it’s a good day for everyone eating on the station.
The ships people ride in are the equivalents to luxury cars- they look good but aren’t that practical. It’s more common to see someone on a hoverboard, or just hopping around.
There are 5 simulated biospheres- Desert, Arctic, Tropical, Forested, and Wetland. These are a bit inauthentic, but have some real plants and animals. They’re about the size of a gym each. Food is occasionally grown where it can be, but it’s hardly sustainable at this point.
-Instructor (specify class)
-Ride manager (runs rides)
-New ride tester
-Moon Field Agent (lives on ground)
-Biosphere Maintenance Crew Member
-Agriculture Crew Worker
-Ship traffic controller