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"The lesson will be taught in due time, Aloy. Until then, we wait."
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Supercell Storm

Erend and Aloy looking at a supercell storm.

Supercell storms are a weather phenomenon, which had increased in frequency due to the collapsing biosphere.

Appearance[]

Supercell storms take the form of large, swirling, hurricane-like vortexes with red lightning.

History[]

Supercell storms occurred before GAIA's self-destruction. GAIA sent a Tallneck to monitor one in the Cut, but lightning strikes from the storm damaged the Tallneck enough to become non-functional.[1]

According to game director Mathijs De Jonge, the weather has spiraled out of control, generating the supercell storms that are flooding canyons and fields,[2] especially in the Clan Lands.[3] This increase in supercell storms was caused by AETHER, one of GAIA's lost subordinate functions, due to the lack of coordination with the rest of the terraforming system.[4]

Once AETHER was returned to GAIA, she was able to bring the supercell storms to an end.[5]

During her time in the Forbidden West, Aloy helps those who were affected by the supercell storms, such as those suffering from a flooded Bleeding Mark caused by a supercell storm.[6]

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References[]

  1. OBSERVER LOG US-W-10
  2. Mathijs De Jonge in Horizon Forbidden West - Guerrilla Talks
  3. Dialogue with Zo during The Eye of the Earth.
  4. Dialogue with GAIA during The Eye of the Earth.
  5. Dialogue with GAIA after completing The Kulrut.
  6. The Deluge
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