Damager Device: What it Is & How to Use

The damager device is one of the newest devices introduced to Gimkit Creative. This guide is a guide on what the damager is and how to use it.

What is the damager?

The damager device is a device that can be used to deal a specific amount of damage to the triggering player. This allows you to deal any amount of damage from 1 to 10,000! You can also make a custom knockout message in the activity feed if the damage applied knocks out the triggering player (e.g. {name} breathed in too much poison). A picture of the damager’s interior design:

Great ways to use the damager

The damager can be used for a lot of concepts that weren’t possible before, since the damager is the exact opposite of the health granter, allowing for some cool concepts.

An example is using a zone and a damager to make non-oneshot traps. Add a repeater and an optional barrier to make poision fog, great for fornite remakes that are about in GKC. You could have the player be dealt 15 damage every 2-3 seconds the player is in the poison fog. Another idea is to create a minecraft-like void system by using the same devices.

A different combination is a button, a relay, a repeater, and a damager. By setting the relay for all players to trigger the repeater hwne the button is pressed, you could make all players take repeated damage for a certain amount of time (or until someone is knocked out).

Also, a good combination is setting up a vending machine with a repeater and damager to make the player get “poisoned” after drinking a chemical or eating rotten food. You can also make a randomizer when a spell is cast for a random player (including the caster) to take damage.

The last combination would be using a camera point and a damager to suggest the player took damage off-screen (like a cartoonish style). The damager itself is also good for making certain actions (ramming into walls, falling from great heights, etc.) more realistic.

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You should delete this and move it into TUGTED Part 3.

now make one on camera point.
idk how to use it.

Yay! An actual good device topic that isn’t an off-topic post! Great Information, btw.

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off topic stuff are moved to the Devices cat because devices has the least topics actually about devices

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