I’m relatively new to using the **:Lerp()** function or linear interpolation function, and I wanted to ask for some help about them. I have changed the movement in my Tower Defense game to lerps instead of humanoid movement due to humanoid movement being pretty unreliable. However, at my current knowledge of lerps, I don’t know how to make a rotation complete midway through a lerp, and not at the end or have it rotate throughout the entire lerp. Below I’ve made a rough video showing a graphic of what I’m looking for. Is there any way I can do the last example?

Not sure what I can do without a code example, but I assume you’re looking for something like this:

```
local RunService = game:GetService("RunService")
local interpolation_speed = .5
local some_part = workspace.Part
-- test nodes
local nodes =
{
CFrame.new(0, 0, 0);
CFrame.new(0, 0, -10);
CFrame.new(-10, 0, -10) * CFrame.Angles(0, math.rad(90), 0);
}
local alpha = 0
for index = 1, #nodes - 1 do
local start = nodes[index]
local goal = nodes[index + 1]
while alpha < 1 do
local position_lerp = start.Position:Lerp(goal.Position, alpha)
local angle_lerp = start.Rotation:Lerp(goal.Rotation, math.min(alpha / .1, 1))
some_part:PivotTo(CFrame.new(position_lerp) * angle_lerp)
alpha += RunService.Heartbeat:Wait() * interpolation_speed
end
alpha %= 1
end
```

Result:

What this script does is create a table of nodes (you can easily substitute that table by just getting the pivots of your tower defense game’s nodes), and then interpolates the position and angle separately. By doing `math.min(alpha / .1, 1)`

, it’s making sure that the angle is set to the next node’s angle 10x faster (can be written as `math.min(alpha * 10, 1)`

). Finally, the part is pivoted to the position of the interpolation multiplied by the prematurely completed angle. I hope this helps.

I’ll give this a try. If I can’t get this working, I’ll provide the code I’m using.

This ended up working pretty well, I was able to insert part of this code into my current lerp function and got it to work fine. Thanks for the help!

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