How do i make a dummy mimics the player?

I have been making a game and i wanted to make a skill that spawns a dummy that mimics the player

Like this:
Clip from vee on Youtube

How i can make a script for that?

Place a humanoid and copy animations from characterscripts (you can only see the file when running your expierience) and place them into a new script under the model. Then make it move in the same direction.

local player = game.Players:WaitForChild('VonickTW') -- PUT IN PLAYER YOU WANT SELECTED IN PLACE OF VONICKTW--
local humanoid = script.Parent
while wait(0.001) do
	local  VectorPos = player.Character.HumanoidRootPart.Position
	humanoid.HumanoidRootPart.Position = VectorPos -,0,5)

I’ve tested the script and this is where it goes
Tell me if you want more

I did once make a dummy do something like this, but I’m not sure how to replicate animations…
Here’s my code if needed:

local guy = game.Workspace.Dummy
local player = game.Players.LocalPlayer
local char = player.Character or player.CharacterAdded:Wait()

while task.wait() do
	guy:PivotTo(char:GetPivot() - char:GetPivot().RightVector * 5)

Is there any way to replicate the animations?

I found a script on devforum that finds what animation the model is playing How to detect if a character animation is playing? - #7 by Venonum. You could use this in a seperate script to play the animations. I suggest using somejtohguyman’s script. Its smoother.

it seems smoother but it have some issues like this:


EDIT: i managed to fix it but getting the humanoidrootpart pivot

maybe lock the entities z position to the players z position?

i already fixed that, dont worry
the problem rn its to make the animation replicate, the method that you sent didnt worked and it’s confusing :confused:

well thats annoying, im not sure maybe we can try creating a makeshift animation detector. So like in starter character scripts in animations. We make it so we fire server and send an output on everytime an animation plays. Since i assume you will be using custom animations It has to be more difficult, unless the animations are all from one source.