Tool to explode when mouse clicked

How would I go about to making my tool explode when someone clicks (or taps) the screen?

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You can use the tool.Activated event to determine when someone clicks or taps their screen while a tool is equipped, then using Instance.new you can insert an explosion into the tool. If you want the tool to disappear during or after the explosion, you can do tool:Destroy().

if you want the explosion to be only visible for the client, then insert a local script into the tool, and make tool.Activated function and use plr:GetMouse().Hit.p to get the position where the mouse hit and create an explosion in that position. if you want it to be visible for the entire server then you would have to create a remote i think that would create an explosion and fire it from the tool

tool.Activated:Connect(function()
    local Explosion  = Instance.new("Explosion")
    Explosion.Parent = tool.Handle
    Explosion.Position = tool.Handle.Position
    wait(.1)
    tool:Destroy()
end)

I haven’t tested this, but it should work.

Explosion’s position would have to be set to the tool’s position

Explosion.Position = tool.Handle.Position

Woops, I’ll edit that in. Sorry about that.

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It is simple, I’ll do two versions for you.

Simple version:

Create a Tool inside of game.StarterPack or game.Workspace.

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Then, insert a Script and a Part into the Tool.

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Now, name the Part ‘Handle’, change it size to 0.1, 0.1, 0.1, turn off ‘CanCollide’ and make it invisible. [ Transparency = 1. ]

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Okay, now we can get started with Scripting. Open the Script write what I do:

local Tool = script.Parent

local Handle = Tool.Handle


Debounce = false


Tool.Activated:Connect(function()

	
	if Debounce == false then
		
		
		Debounce = true
		
		
		local Explosion = Instance.new('Explosion', Tool.Parent.HumanoidRootPart)

		Explosion.Position = Tool.Parent.HumanoidRootPart.Position


		local Humanoid = Tool.Parent.Humanoid

		Humanoid.Health = 0
		
		
	end
	
	
end)

Then you’re done with the simple version **

The gif contains blood because I was updating my game ‘BloodLine - Alpha.’ when I found your question.

https://gyazo.com/9ad6f2a99cb65781a1110bd462b45986

Complex version:

Create a Tool inside of game.StarterPack or game.Workspace.

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Then, insert a Script and a Part into the Tool.

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Name the Part ‘Handle’, change it size to 0.1, 0.1, 0.1, turn off ‘CanCollide’ and make it invisible. [ Transparency = 1. ]

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Then you add a ‘Configuration’ into the tool and name it ‘Animations’.

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Now, you add a ‘Animation’ inside of the Animations folder, name the animation ‘PlayerExplode’ and change the AnimationID to your AnimationID.

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After that, you insert some sounds into the Tool Handle.

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Now, you open the Script on the Tool, then you follow what I write:

local Tool = script.Parent

local Handle = Tool.Handle


local Animations = Tool.Animations

local PlayerExplodeAnimation = Animations.PlayerExplode


local ExplosionSounds = Handle:GetChildren()

local RandomExplosionSound = ExplosionSounds[math.random(1, #ExplosionSounds)]


Debounce = false


local Track01


Tool.Activated:Connect(function()

	
	if Debounce == false then
		
		
		Debounce = true
		
		
		local Humanoid = Tool.Parent.Humanoid
		
		
		Track01 = Tool.Parent.Humanoid:LoadAnimation(PlayerExplodeAnimation)
		
		Track01.Looped = false
		
		Track01:Play()
		
		
		Humanoid.WalkSpeed = 0
		
		
		Track01.Stopped:Wait()
		
		
		RandomExplosionSound:Play()
		
		
		local Explosion = Instance.new('Explosion', Tool.Parent.HumanoidRootPart)

		Explosion.Position = Tool.Parent.HumanoidRootPart.Position
		

		Humanoid.Health = 0
		
		
	end
	
	
end)

The gif contains blood because I was updating my game ‘BloodLine - Alpha.’ when I found your question.

https://gyazo.com/dcf8e001453164d98eb4d2d605ea5c9c

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