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Ask AI: Make a roblox script that kills the player after they touch a part which is the parent


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Question: Make a roblox script that kills the player after they touch a part which is the parent

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In Roblox, you can create a script that kills a player once they touch a given part. To achieve this, follow the steps below: 1. Insert a part into your game workspace. This will be the "killing part" that eliminates the player upon touching it. 2. Ensure that the part is anchored and has CanCollide enabled. 3. Add a Script object inside the part. 4. Write the following code in the script: ```lua -- Get a reference to the parent part local killerPart = script.Parent -- Function to handle the touch event local function onTouch(hit) -- Check if the touched object belongs to a player's character local character = hit.Parent local humanoid = character:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") -- If the humanoid exists, then set its "Health" to 0 if humanoid then humanoid.Health = 0 end end -- Connect the function to the part's Touched event killerPart.Touched:Connect(onTouch) ``` This script will cause the player's character to be killed once they touch the parent part. The function "onTouch" ensures that the touched object is indeed a player's character before setting its Health value to 0, which effectively kills the player.

Answered by gpt-4

June 20, 2023, 5:11 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, June 20, 2023

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