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how do you make a block "kill" a player? [closed]

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xam345 5
4 years ago

I am trying to create a obby on roblox and I am having trouble with the code for if a player touches the block to kill that player. It would be some really boring lava jumps without this! thanks for the help!

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Answered by 4 years ago

Simple, so start by creating a part and a script and placing it under the part

First start by making a variable for the part

Lava = script.Parent -- script.Parent will refer to the Part

Now you want to create a function that kills a players

function Kill(part) -- You use the keyword "function" to declare a function and the word after it is the name of the function and the word between the brackets is called the parameter, in this example it will refer to the object that touched the Lava

Now to the killing part, but first we need to get the humanoid of the object or the torso/head to kill the player, I prefer getting the torso to do it.

Player = part.Parent -- This will refer to the whole player model
Torso = Player.Torso -- This will refer to the player's Torso

Torso:Destroy() --This will kill the player

end --This is used to signify the end of the function

Now we are done with what the lave is supposed to do, now to make it happen when the player touches the lava

lava.Touched:connect(Kill) -- We use the .Touched event to call our function

Overall the script is supposed to look like this

Lava = script.Parent -- script.Parent will refer to the Part

function Kill(part) -- You use the keyword "function" to declare a function and the word after it is the name of the function and the word between the brackets is called the parameter, in this example it will refer to the object that touched the Lava

local Player = part.Parent -- This will refer to the whole player model
local Torso = Player.Torso -- This will refer to the player's Torso

Torso:Destroy() --This will kill the player

end --This is used to signify the end of the function

Lava.Touched:connect(Kill) -- We use the .Touched event to call our function

I recommend you check out Roblox's tutorials so yoo can get better at scripting

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Answered by
RoyMer 296 Moderation Voter
4 years ago

This is to kill a player, put it inside the block.

script.Parent.Touched:connect(function(hit)
    if hit.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") then --This is to check if the hit object is a player
        hit.Parent:BreakJoints() --This kills him
    end
end)
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Answered by
Valatos 166
4 years ago

I mainly use this one, i'm sure this works cause i use this much

script.Parent.Touched:connect(function(hit) -- If a player touches the brick it connects to the function
    local h = hit.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") -- Finds the humanoid
    if h then -- Just a check if there is a humanoid (Will gives errors if you delete this)
        if h.Health > 0 then -- Checks if the humanoid health is above 0
            h.Health = 0 -- Sets the health to 0
        end
    end
end)

Hope this works for you :D, if it works accept this answere :P

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Answered by 4 years ago
Edited 4 years ago
script.Parent.Touched:connect(function(hit) -- If a player touches the part it connects to the function
    if hit and hit.Parent and hit.Parent:FindFirstChild('Humanoid') then
    hit.Parent.Humanoid.Health = 0
end)

-- Very Simple
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Answered by 10 months ago
local trapPart = script.Parent
local function onPartTouch(otherPart)
    local partParent = otherPart.Parent
    local humanoid = partParent:FindFirstChildWhichIsA("Humanoid")
    if ( humanoid ) then
        humanoid.Health = 0
    end
end
trapPart.Touched:Connect(onPartTouch)
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Answered by 8 months ago

Just try this:

function onTouch(part) 
    local humanoid = part.Parent:FindFirstChild("Humanoid") 
    if (humanoid ~= nil) then   -- if a humanoid exists, then
    humanoid.Health = 0 -- damage the humanoid
end 
end

script.Parent.Touched:Connect(onTouch)

Put this in your part.

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Answered by 7 months ago

This can be simple, all you have to do is get a block you want to kill a player, put a script into it and paste this into the script :

local debounce = false local HealthLoss = 100 function OnTouched(Part) if Part.Parent ~= nil then if debounce == false and Part.Parent:findFirstChild("Humanoid") ~= nil then debounce = true Part.Parent:findFirstChild("Humanoid"):TakeDamage(HealthLoss) wait(2) debounce = false end end end script.Parent.Touched:connect(OnTouched)

This script will work, though if you want you can change the 100 to whatever you want to make sure the player is dead.

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Answered by 7 months ago

Here is the script I use for a kill block... place the script inside the part where you want the players to die from.

--Ultronlize
local Brick = script.Parent



local function PlayerTouched(Part)
    local Parent = Part.Parent
    if game.Players:GetPlayerFromCharacter(Parent) then
        Parent.Humanoid.Health = 0 --kills the player
    end
end

Brick.Touched:connect(PlayerTouched)
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Answered by 6 months ago
local killbrick = script.Parent
killbrick.Touched:Connect(function(hit)
    if hit.Parent.Head then-- Checking if it is a player 
        hit.Parent.Head:Destroy -- This can kill players that are in god mode or force field
        -- 
    end
end)