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Hi ! I'm trying to make an enemy spawner.
The enemy is supposed to chase the player if it enters a zone. If i place the enemy directly in my level scene, it works well. But when the enemy if from the spawner, it dosent see the player...

here is the script for my enemy chasing the player:

func physicsprocess(delta: float) -> void:
if player != null:
move = position.directionto(player.position) * speed

func onPlayerckeckbodyentered(body: Node) -> void:
if body != self:
player = body

here is my script for the spawn:
extends Node2D

var enemy_preload = load("res://actors/enemy.tscn")

func _ready() -> void:

func spawn():
var enemy = enemypreload.instance()

My spawn is composed of two nodes, one parent node that is "spawner" and a child node that is 'container'.

thanks a lot !

Godot version 3.3
in Engine by (46 points)

1 Answer

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"position" on a Node2D is relative to the parent's position. So, for the enemy's movement direction, you're currently getting a vector from the enemy's position local to its parent to the player's position local to its parent.

To fix this, you probably just have to use the global_position instead of position with both the enemy and the player.

For more details, check out the properties of Node2D at https://docs.godotengine.org/en/stable/classes/class_node2d.html

by (14 points)

Thanks alot ! it works well

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