### Random Walks in Attractive Potentials: The Case of Critical Drifts

We consider random walks in attractive potentials - sub-additive functions of their local times. An application of a drift to such random walks leads to a phase transition: If the drift is small than the walk is still sub-ballistic, whereas the walk is ballistic if the drift is strong enough. The set of sub-critical drifts is convex with non-empty interior and can be described in terms of Lyapunov exponents (Sznitman, Zerner ). Recently it was shown that super-critical drifts lead to a limiting...