StarterCharacter Spawns underground

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Check if this spawn point is in the ground

That can happen sometimes just raise the spawn point in the air a little bit and you should be fine I was having the same problem and this fixed it.

So this works but only if the StarterCharacter is not active so I really don’t see what the problem I’m having is to explain it further.

I don’t know how to do that since I don’t know much about characters.

maybe try changing the hipheight to 2

That’s an R6 Character. It has no HipHeight.

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That’s indeed something I’ve tried as far as I remember.

oh i didnt realise that thanks

Well it should be working. Because I’m using starter characters aswell.

I have just been struggling with this same thing! I am a blender user and 2 things I forgot to do in Blender fixed my issue.

  1. The failing character was output from Blender but the middle of his body was at the origin point. Moved the character so bottom of feet in between the two was now in line with origin Put the character above the ground in Blender. Thats all.

  2. Dont forget to zero out all objects in Blender before you export. This is done by selecting all objects in you’re scene and pressing “cnrl - a” and choose “apply all”

If both of these dont work or the chracter is floating in air. You may need to adjust the hip height property of your humanoid.

Hope this helps someone.