|front block (n., v., adj.)|
|Applies to||system functions|
Front block refers to when information in the innerworld is blocked from being brought to front. For example, a walk-in may clearly recall their exomemories when not fronting, but be unable to remember them when fronting.
One possible reason for such a front block is preventing the front from being overloaded with information. Another is to avoid amnesia between switches when not all information may be shared between headmates.
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Front blocks are a type of curtain, specifically between front and headspace, that are often found atrium systems or other system with atrial memory management.
Front blocks may allow some degree of internal memory access in the form implicit lore or isolated lore.
A headspace that is separated by a front block may be called Zalivisum.