# Easiest way to Bezier a projectile? (Using BodyMovers)

I am wondering if there is a easy and efficient way to Bezier a projectile (That’s not affected like gravity like this one: Modeling a projectile's motion)

the projectile used in this video above is from Elemental Battlegrounds
You might not see, but this projectile uses a fast Cubic Bezier, The way I want to achieve this, is to create a Bezier on a projectile that has a constant velocity (Cubic, Quadratic, Linear, e.c.t) like the video. (maybe using a BodyVelocity/BodyForce)

I Can’t provide any example code since I don’t do good with Bezier physics…

My main goal here is to do a Cubic Bezier Path Using BodyVelocity

Here is another video containing a Bezier projectile:

EDIT:
I’ve tried to simulate a Cubic Bezier (Using TweenService, Unrecommended)
https://streamable.com/letj42

This is the Code I used, not recommended since its TweenService, i made this to simulate it a bit better.

``````local TweenService = game:GetService("TweenService")
local Time = 0.15

while true do
wait(Time/2)
wait(Time)
wait(Time/2)
end
``````

EDIT2:
I saw a similar topic to this one, except its more zigzag than smooth curves (Working with trails?)

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I’ve seen this tutorial before, the Bezier they describe they use Lerp. so technically its not infinite like The Cubic Bezier projectiles, the lerp technique could be useful for Quadratic Beziers.

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I don’t think a projectile would extend to infinity in a game, just out of sight, You could just use that tutorial and if there is no target for the mouse, just specify a position far away in the direction of the mouse

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I would prefer a velocity so it could have interaction with its surroundings

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If a bezier goes from 0 as start and 1 as 100 Techer is nothing stoping you from going to 2 and 3 and so on.