When the motion button is pressed, the shape of the character changes and always goes to the left direction

good day. When the motion button is pressed, the shape of the character changes and always goes to the left direction.

Why is this happening and what is the solution?

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Pressing two buttons moves to the left and the shape changes.

using System.Collections; using System.Collections.Generic; using UnityEngine;

public class PlayerKontrol : MonoBehaviour {

public float karakterHizi = 8f, maxSurat = 4f; private Rigidbody2D myRigidbody; private Animator myAnimator;   private bool solaGit, sagaGit;  void Awake () {     myRigidbody = GetComponent<Rigidbody2D> ();     myAnimator = GetComponent<Animator> ();  }  void FixedUpdate () {     if (solaGit) {          SolaGit ();     }      if (sagaGit) {          SagaGit ();     } }  public void AyarlaSolaGit (bool solaGit) {     this.solaGit = solaGit;     this.sagaGit = !solaGit; }  public void HareketiDurdur () {     solaGit = sagaGit = false;     myAnimator.SetBool ("run", false); }  void SolaGit (){      float Xdurdur = 0f;     float surat = Mathf.Abs (myRigidbody.velocity.x);      if (surat < maxSurat)         Xdurdur = -karakterHizi;      Vector3 yon = transform.localScale;     yon.x = -0.3f;     transform.localScale = yon;      myAnimator.SetBool ("run", true);      myRigidbody.AddForce (new Vector2 (Xdurdur, 0));  }  void SagaGit () {      float Xdurdur = 0f;     float surat = Mathf.Abs (myRigidbody.velocity.x);      if (surat < maxSurat)         Xdurdur = -karakterHizi;      Vector3 yon = transform.localScale;     yon.x = 0.3f;     transform.localScale = yon;      myAnimator.SetBool ("run", true);      myRigidbody.AddForce (new Vector2 (Xdurdur, 0));  } 

}

Multiclassed Paladin – do I gain oath spells at my character level or paladin level?

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Here is my question:

The character’s total level is 9, so does the character have the spell haste automatically prepared, given by the Oath of Vengeance’s Oath Spells list at level 9? Or is that level requirement meant to be paladin levels?

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Morning RPG.SE,

I’ve already read this post but just wanted to get clarification;

I am new to D&D and have created a Half-Ork War Cleric who was once a soldier… His back story involves demons and I decided to add Abyssal to his languages, but with disadvantage if needed.

Can I get away with this – without swapping out Keth Grey-Tusk’s proficiencies?

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I’m aware of multiple spells that bring back characters from the dead (Revivify, True Ressurection, etc.), however, they all require either a body, or a part of the body.

Is there a spell that can bring back a disintegrated character? Or do I have to consult the DM for other options?

My character is a lvl4 Druid, however, any spells will suffice, since I am willing to pay other people to cast the spell for me.

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For example, the fourth level of exhaustion reduces a character’s hit point maximum to half. Normally, a long rest will remove one level of exhaustion and conveniently allows a character to regain hit points. However, what happens when a character uses a spell like greater restoration to undo the effect? Does the character regain half their hit points or do they stay at half hit points?

I took a quick look through the PHB but cannot find anything on the effects of regaining maximum hit points. Wording for spells like aid imply hit point maximums and hit points are entirely separate.

Swap previous non-whitespace character in emacs buffer with some known analogue

Emacs command for quick substitution of previously-typed character. This is supposed to help input umlauts quicker by switching letters to their analogues and so on.

(defun krv/last-char-check (&optional pos)   "Find previous non-whitespace character in current string.  Return in form of (position . character) cons nor nil"   (save-excursion     (let ((cur-pos (or (and pos (goto-char pos))                        (point))))       (loop for prev-char = (preceding-char) then (preceding-char)             for back-pos = 0 then (1- back-pos)             when (bolp) return nil             ; known whitespaces listed             unless (member prev-char (list ?\ ?\xA0 ?\t)) return (cons back-pos prev-char)             else do (backward-char)))))  (defun krv/unwrap-list-to-alist (list-form)   "Helper function for setting character substitutions"   (loop with first = (car list-form)         for (s1 s2 . nil) on list-form         if s2 collect (cons s1 s2)         else collect (cons s1 first)))  (defvar cycle-symbols-alist nil   "list of characters used for symbol cycling")  (defgroup cycle-symbols nil   "Group for cycling symbols")  (defcustom cycle-symbols-lists-default   (list (list ?1 ?2 ?3 ?4 ?5 ?6 ?7 ?8 ?9 ?0) (list ?+ ?-) (list ?> ?< ?=))   "Default lists for symbol cycling"   :type 'sexp   :set (lambda (s val)          (set-default s val)          (setq cycle-symbols-alist (mapcan #'unwrap-list-to-map val))))  (defun krv/cycle-symbols-command ()   "Cycle previous non-whitespace if there is a known substitution"   (interactive)   (let* ((check-pair (krv/last-char-check))          (pos (car check-pair))          (char (cdr check-pair))          (rchar (assoc char cycle-symbols-alist)))     (when (and check-pair rchar)       (forward-char pos)       (delete-backward-char 1)       (insert-char (cdr rchar))       (backward-char pos)))) 

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