Now, before I begin I’d like to handle this right away. I am in no way, shape, or form a “professional scripter”. I’m primarily a 3D modeler and builder; however, I have basic scripting knowledge.
When most of us started scripting, we examined uncoplylocked games and free model scripts out of pure curiosity. Some developer friends of mine went on to become amazing well known scripters while I focuses on other aspects. However, recently an old friend and I were working on a project that required a simple script and I was (miraculously) able to help which got me thinking on how important it is to learn simple scripts.
Although there are great tutorial scripts from people like @RuizuKun_Dev and the old Peaspod videos, I’d like to recommend learning basic movement, rotation, and kill scripts so that you are able to do something for yourself if need be. When I was a kid, I looked at the scripts that Wsly left in his Deathrun 2 Kit and was able to learn more and more from there.
But why is it important to know how to do these things? If you’re working alone, it can speed up small tedious things. With others, it can move a project along more fluently. If you’re not as self-sufficient on your fellow devs to create something, then it all speeds up.
EDIT: I can’t spell.