@WhoAmI for making the original guide.
The Link to his guide is here: How to Make your own in-game trail
I thought that I would make a more in depth guide with some more pictures.
A Wire Repeater
A Item Granter
A inventory Item Manager
First Place down your zone.
Then set item decay to 5 seconds.
Next Place down your life cycle set it to listen for Game Start.
Then place down your Wire Repeater and wire the Life cycle to the wire repeater.
Now it’s time to place your Repeater. Wire the Wire Repeater to the life cycle then back to the Wire Repeater.
Set the Repeater to, Task Interval: O.5 and Stop Strategy: After receiving on a channel.
Now it is Time to choose your Trail! Choose an item for it to be and put down your item granter with that item. (For Me it Is Banana) Then Wire the Wire Repeater to it.
Next Place down your Inventory Item Manager. Set the item it monitors to your trail item. Set the maximum of the item to one.
And You’re done! You have made an in game trail. (What if you combine it with a real trail?)
Note: Set the size of the zone to cover your entire map. (Otherwise the trail won’t disappear.)
This is really cool! Now I dont have to waste all my gimbucks on actual trails.
Just So you know you can have more than one trail this way.
Every once in a while, a guide comes along that shakes the foundations of Gimkit. This is one of them.
Hey, just a heads up, but my guide has already been remade…
but I think I Should renew this guide with what I did which may or may not be different from his guide. this guide is supposed to make his guide a bit more understandable with photos
which I Hope @WhoAmI appreciates
How to Make your own in-game trail here is his guide
But first you need a zone, repeater, inventory item manager, starting inventory, And any item you want.
First you set zone item decay to as low as possible
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now you wire tha…
Did you happen to look up guides to make sure of originality
In some ways this triggers me inside ;-;
nice guide! probably need to credit some people though
Let’s try to avoid reposting old guides, even with improvements, unless it is necessary.
Still, nice job, and also good job for crediting WhoAmI.
still a pinch annoyed though
Um I don’t think you needed to make this guide. There are two others that still work fine.
(Don’t forget to search and see if this guide has already been made!)
I tried to add more pictures for beginners.
Just add my guide as a link then But its fine ;-;
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