How do you make a character go faster when he punches other character

Please, I need to know how to do that.

punch_fight_give_angry_loop lets you do repeat punches that feel a bit faster than the punch_fight_give_angry animation.

But since you can’t add time limits to the punch animation using [for example] the “in 0.5 seconds”, method… then the only other thing you can do, to make it feel like your character is punching someone faster is:

&CHARACTER is punch_fight_give_angry
@pause for 0.6
&CHARACTER is punch_fight_give_angry
@pause for 0.6
&CHARACTER is punch_fight_give_angry
@pause for 0.6
&CHARACTER is punch_fight_give_angry
@pause for 0.6
&CHARACTER is punch_fight_give_angry
@pause for 0.6

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Thank you! I will add this story!

Bruh, it’s not working…
&ADAM is punch_fight_give_angry
@ frank is punch_receive
@pause for 0.6
&FRANK is punch_fight_give_angry
@ ADAM is punch_receive
@pause for 0.6

&ADAM is punch_fight_give_angry AND FRANK is punch_fight_receive_angry
@pause for 0.6
&FRANK is punch_fight_give_angry AND ADAM is punch_fight_receive_angry
@pause for 0.6

Um, it’s not working again. It’s needs display for idle

So change the animation lol, the example Rayna gave you is fine and you can use mine just change & and @ if that’s the case.

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I know you trying to do but this animation doesn’t exist…

What animation? punch_fight_receive_angry? Literally this animation if it is. If you mean yours that you put that is punch_receive that doesn’t even exist.

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Oh.

Should I remove the punch receive?

I just realized animations and your story is INK?

It’s INK

Sorry haha ​​I thought it was LL.:sweat_smile:

It’s not your fault. It’s my fault. :disappointed:

&ADAM is punch_jab AND FRANK is punch_receive
@pause for 0.6
&FRANK is punch_jab AND ADAM is punch_receive
@pause for 0.6

Try like this, they are the correct animations for INK and you tell me how it is.:grin:

Thank you so much! I got it now

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I knew my code was correct and it was also basically the solution… but you forgot to mention that the story was in Ink and not Limelight! :woman_shrugging:t3:

Something to remember: Most animations have different names, for the different art styles.

I know, I am sorry about this.

No need to apologise, I’m just advising. :blush:
People will be able to help you a lot quicker and easier, this way.

And thanks for fixing who solved it, for you.