I know projectile can go through a wall like this in only one angle but can you change a projectile direction with hoiks i tried to but the projectile stops any idea's ?
Are the best example of (what is technically) a projectile being hoiked, I think. Beach balls are about the same size (size 2) and can be fully hoik looped.boulders
Yoyos c^an be hoiked back and forth (probably right around), within their string length range (beyond which they will retract through blocks)
As can minions and pets, if they are well behaved, both of which trigger projectile plates, so are technically projectiles, I guess.
First talked about here: http://forums.terraria.org/index.ph...ing-only-sloped-tiles.1656/page-6#post-626787how to hoik a boulder ?
Edit: Well, that's a minion, technically. But the companion cube, for example, seems to be sized 2, so would work the same.Anyone have a gif of a pet in a hoik loop?
However, waterbolt projectiles (for example) will skip up sloped blocks weirdly.
Not just the yoyo itself. You can also hoik the projectiles from the Terrarian (At least according to the official wiki they're projectiles)Yoyos can be hoiked back and forth (probably right around), within their string length range (beyond which they will retract through blocks).
Just temember to use http://terraria.wiki.gg/Explosion-proof_objectsbombs and dynamite seem like the most suitable projectile to hoik.
I just tried, and it turns out you can hoik flails, but not for more than 5 or 6 blocks, so it's not really useful.I doubt it's possible with any projectiles that break when they come in contact with ground, but hoiking a fishing rod's bobber I know is possible and I wouldn't be surprised if it's possible with a flail's projectile.