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*Possibly this information is available in the [[OnHit]] and [[OnHitWith]] script blocks.  See [[GetLastHitCritical]].
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*This information is not available in the [[OnHit]] and [[OnHitWith]] script blocks, unlike [[GetLastHitCritical]].
 
*The body locations and corresponding numbers are:
 
*The body locations and corresponding numbers are:
 
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Latest revision as of 09:54, 29 June 2010

Description

GetHitLocation Returns the hit location (of the most recent hit?).

Syntax

[ActorREF.]GetHitLocation

Examples

if BuddyRef.GetHitLocation == 0

This would determine if Buddy got hit in the torso.

Notes

Body Part Return Value
None -1
Torso 0
Head 1 1
Head 2 2
Left Arm 1 3
Left Arm 2 4
Right Arm 1 5
Right Arm 2 6
Left Leg 1 7
Left Leg 2 8
Left Leg 3 9
Right Leg 1 10
Right Leg 2 11
Right Leg 3 12
Brain 13
Hand or Weapon 14
  • GetHitLocation won't work if used in a weapon's Object Effect, but will work if used in the weapon's Crit Effect.
  • GetHitLocation will only return the correct value in a GameMode block in the frame that the reference is killed.

Human Body Parts

The body parts of a typical human actor are 0 (Torso), 1 (Head 1), 3 (Left Arm 1), 5 (Right Arm 1), 7 (Left Leg 1), and 10 (Right Leg 1). This information is defined in the DefaultBodyPartData BodyPartData object.

See Also

Reference

None provided.

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