I could go on a whole screed about boss battles and how they are severely hampering video game development, but instead I’m opting to answer the question anaphysik asked in the last post: “what about the Moon?”
The World of Darkness never did a lot of outright stating of “this is what things are”, leaving a lot of details to be filled in by individual Storytellers, so there isn’t a lot of official canon on the Moon. There are a few things we do know for sure, however.
Firstly, the Moon exists. Everyone can see it, and has seen it since ancient times. It’s a definite thing that is there, though the exact nature of what it was and what it looked like has varied, based on the prevailing belief of the times. It’s likely that at some point in history, it was in fact made of cheese.
Secondly, the Moon has both a physical and a spiritual reality. The Moon is a powerful spirit, known by many names; modern Werewolves use the Roman name, Luna, but whatever name she is revered by gives her power. Luna is, in fact, one of the most powerful spiritual entities in existence.
Thirdly, the light side of the moon is a physical place, rocky, desolate and without atmosphere. Images brought back by the Apollo mission (and seen by telescope before then) have established the surface of the moon in the minds of the general populace, and no amount of faith or Magick has been able to unseat that; the Moon is the Moon, and people believe it is that way.
And finally, the dark side of the moon is an unknown, nebulous entity. Consensual reality has only a vague view of what it should be, and the laws of physics are less powerful there, though they still hold a great deal of sway, making Magick more difficult than in the rest of the spirit world, but easier than on Earth. The Technocracy is trying to change that, of course, and their deep space convention, the Void Engineers, have a base there staffed mostly by robots.
It’s important to note that Technocrats absolutely view the spirit world through their scientific lens, and see distant spirit realms as planets, stars, and fortresses in space, not as “spirit realms”. Traditional Mages, as well as Werewolves and other travellers of the spirit realms, see them differently, more as other planes of existence. So while Technocrats might see a realm as “Mars”, the red planet, to the other spirit travellers it’s a battlefield located in a distant spirit realm.
The Technocratic viewpoint being the dominant one on Earth, their lens is also how most humans view the spirit world. If the Technocrats win, the spirit world will become, in fact, space entirely.