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Hi guys. I've been trying to make a ball bounce with vector math (I know I could just look at the cases where it bounces of a wall and of the ground independently but where's the fun in that amirite).

The first bounce is working fine, but when it hits the ground for the 2nd time I get a null instance error, getslidecollision(0) doesn't exist.

Any ideas why that's happening?

extends KinematicBody2D

const gravity = 10
const bounce_force = 700
const friction = 0.047
const friction_ratio = 75

# do not change ----------------
var sprite_rotation_speed = friction/friction_ratio
#               ----------------

var motion = Vector2(0,0)
var normal = Vector2(0,-1)

var gravity_multiplier = 1
var rotation_force = 0

func _physics_process(delta):



    motion.y += gravity * gravity_multiplier
    if test_move(global_transform, delta*motion):
        print("testmove")
        var aux_motion = motion;

        motion = move_and_slide(motion, normal)

        motion = aux_motion.bounce(get_slide_collision(0).normal).normalized()*lerp(bounce_force, 0, motion.angle_to(aux_motion)/PI)


    else:
        motion = move_and_slide(motion, normal)
    if get_slide_count() > 0:
        print("Slide_Count")
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