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Temporal storms are a weather pattern that by default occurs roughly every 10 days. During these storms, it is treated as though the player has low temporal stability, with creatures able to spawn anywhere around the player as long as there is a spawnable surface (i.e. slabs will prevent spawns).What is temporal stability in rust?
This page contains changes which are not marked for translation. Temporal Stability is a game mechanic that measures how close the player is to the Rust World. It is represented through a blue gear icon above the player's hotbar, and the less blue area there is the more temporally unstable the player is.How do I know if an area is temporally unstable?
Early warning signs of temporally unstable areas are ominous music and the blue gear on the players taskbar turning counter clockwise. The faster the gear turns, the faster the players stability will drop. At low stability, other players and mobs will start to flicker and become transparent.How do you restore temporal stability?
Another way to restore temporal stability is simply by killing drifters. Stronger drifters restore more temporal stability. However, this is only a temporary measure, similar to sacrificing a temporal gear. Temporal storms are a weather pattern that by default occurs roughly every 10 days.