+1 vote

hi
so i have a mob logic, and when it is initially facing the player it follows it just fine and successfully collides. however when the player hops over the mob it still follows it but stops at a safe distance from the player therefore not damaging it.
here's the code:

#player detection logic, ideally if it works
func onArea2Dbodyentered(body):
if player == body:
detected = true func onArea2Dbodyexited(body):
detected = null function for animations and player detection logic func animationsanddetection():
velocity = Vector2.ZERO
if detected:
playerpos = player.globalposition
Vector2(0,0)
velocity = position.direction
to(playerpos).normalized() * minSpeed else: animation.play("idle") if velocity.x > 0: get_node("AnimatedSprite").flip_h = true else: get_node("AnimatedSprite").flip_h = false

func physicsprocess(delta):
animationsanddetection()
velocity.y = gravity * delta
velocity = moveandslide(velocity, Vector2(0, -1))

pictures for better understanding of what happens:
the (more or less) intended way on the mob's face:
https://imgur.com/a/9I1meIL
my problem on the opposite face:
https://imgur.com/a/13iVLWS

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