|rapid switching (v., adj.)|
|Other forms||Rapid Cycling|
|Applies to||system functions|
Rapid Switching is state or period of time during which a system experiences quick repetitive switching. The time between switches and who comes to front may be completely random or follow a pattern. Typically, no headmate is able to hold on to front for more than a very short time during this process. Rapid switching is usually very draining and may lead to headpressure.
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Front Gacha and Front Roulette may describe the randomness in which headmate switches in at what time.