The sinister moon from Majora’s Mask is perhaps the most iconic element of the game, and by far the creepiest, most disturbing thing seen in the Zelda series. It has a face that stares upon Link constantly throughout his adventure, looming above as a grim reminder of Clock Town’s impending fate. With this in mind, it’s hard to imagine the moon without those glowing, soul-piercing eyes and the evil, crooked grin.
And yet, in early stages of the game’s development, the moon was just a faceless, normal moon (aside from the fact it was probably still going to crash into the Earth and destroy humanity). It’s speculated that this is why the moon has no face in the game’s promotional art.