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I have a bullet that when destroyed creates either explosionOne or explosionTwo 50% of the time. I wrote a function event BulletExplodes that just creates explosionOne and it works fine. How do I write an IF(random(10)<5) type branch to do either explosionOne or explosionTwo. I don't see any way to do an if type statement inside a function.
Thanks for your time.
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Is this the kind of thing you mean? I can't use Else here for the other explosion.
Thanks for your help.
You've got Else at the wrong level. Click on event 16 between the minus sign and the cog - that selects the whole event, then press X. That will give you an Else for that event.
I appreciate the help--so I moved up the else but it still won't accept it.
Thanks for your time again.
Don't move the Else up, follow my instructions. (Delete the bad Else first).
Great!!! I got it to work.
Thanks blackhornet. I forgot the X.