By trying to crash the game, Blood Moons at random times are a sign that the game is about to crash, or at the very least, very unstable.And also i have heard there is a bug that can trigger blood moons at random times, even during the day. How can you do that?
Does the guy in a stable (i dont rememeber which one) who talks about blood moons have any influence in the appeareance?By trying to crash the game, Blood Moons at random times are a sign that the game is about to crash, or at the very least, very unstable.
The best thing you can do is just wait around until Blood Moon comes around. Though I tend to usually get more blood moons the more I collect every single thing I come across.
and can you exploit that by constantly droping and collecting somethingAccording to this website:
Blood moons are an in-game way of having the system clear it's cache of long term memory relating to the overworld. Long term memory is responsible for remembering which items you've picked up, which enemies you've defeated, basically anything that the blood moon resets. One occurs naturally after three real world hours of the game running, but you can overload it and force one to come earlier by doing lots of stuff basically. Pick up lots of weapons, defeat lots of enemies and get lots of resources.
For the blood moon shrine I just waited for the red floaty things to alert me to the next blood moon coming, then teleported to the nearest shrine and had enough time to get to it before the blood moon effects wore off. You don't need to be there right when the blood moon appears, there's a bit of a cooldown period after the cutscene in which overworld items affected by it remain so.well guess ill wait till a blood moon appears, then i will teleport to a shrine near to the blood moon shrine, spend the night in it and next day go to the quest shrine.