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Helion Turret Attack

Discussion in 'StarCraft II Modding' started by Lee_Go, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. Lee_Go

    Lee_Go

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    Simple Question: How do you make it so the hellion turret attacks while moving?

    And... How do you make it so any unit does the movement effect SCV's do... like they sometimes won't hit their patrol target and they just keep spinning around the point?
     
  2. Khlox

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    Answer to your first question is this fairly simple, go to the weapon of the Hellion, and go to 'Weapon - Options'. Uncheck 'Linked Cooldown', 'Only Fire At Attack Target' and 'Only Fire While Attacking'. Then go the the field 'Weapon - Allowed Movement' and set it to 'Moving'.

    I think the answer to the second question has something to do with the acceleration of the unit, but I'm not quite sure. You should take a look at it. :x