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BardBun 2021-04-21 16:36

Day and Night cycle at Twinsun?
Does that exist? Or is it always daytime on both hemispheres, as the planet is located between 2 suns? The only time in the game you experience darkness (other than caves) is in LBA1 when you enter the evacuated Museum and in LBA2 at the start when it rains. Just wondering, is there a sort-of day and night cycle for the planet and if so, how would it work out for the people and plants and all that? Or is it just permanent daylight with the odd cloudy/rainy day?

Hin 2021-04-22 12:02

Maybe the Emerald Moon is creating eclipses that can be counted as "night"? :D

leoboe 2021-04-22 16:46

I think there was a theory of the suns pulsating (in relation to the planet) and therefor creating something like day and night as they get nearer or farther away from the poles.

Polaris 2021-04-22 18:13

Long long ago, ex-member Darkflame made a modelisation of Twinsun

He then attached the camera to a point on Twinsun, and found out that the sun does set somehow... I still don't understand why that is :lol:

Hin 2021-04-26 16:19

I guess if you're around the Hamalayi, there could be night due to the mountains? :D

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