Roblox Lightning Particle ID

To bring the lighting effect to an object or a game, you can either create a lighting particle effect or use the lighting particle ID available on Roblox library. Whatever the method you use to deliver a lighting effect to the game, you can do it on Roblox Studio.

As we’ve mentioned, you may be able to create a lighting effect with the particle IDs that you can find in the library of Roblox. Once you get the lighting particle IDs, you can then use the ID in Roblox Studio to add a certain lighting effect based on its ID. If you’re looking for the lighting particle IDs, you’re at the right page, as we’ll show them for you below!

Roblox Lightning Particle ID

Some Lighting Particle IDs Found in Roblox Library

Instead of creating a lighting effect used to add it into an object or a game, you can take advantage of the library of Roblox. Well, you can really find some lighting particle IDs with a variety of looks to make it easier for you to add a lighting effect to an object.

Once you find the best one, you can use the lighting particle ID in Roblox Studio when you’re making an object. If you need it, you don’t need to go to the library of Roblox, as this post will show you some Lighting Particle IDs that you can use. Here they are:

    1. Light Particle
      The light particle was created by @CyberScrap on September 3, 2017. This lighting particle ID is 1023742674.
    2. Lighting Particle
      This Lighting Particle was created by @Surfpleb on January 16, 2017. This lighting particle ID is 615079836.
    3. Massive light particle
      This Massive light particle was created by @J3xetor on January 17, 2022. This lighting particle ID is 8569767256. This lighting particle works about 90 studs in size and causes minimal lag, sometimes undetected. It contains no malicious scripts or any form of lag creators.
    4. Volumetric Light – Particle Emitter
      This Volumetric Light – Particle Emitter was created by @lololenator400 on November 3, 2021. This lighting particle ID is 7885901904. This lighting particle can add a volumetric light ‘beam’ for added effects that will be best used with future lighting engines. You can also find the two particle emitters in the model.
    5. Fire,Water,Lightning,Light Particles!
      This Fire,Water,Lightning,Light Particles was created by @tekiteki on September 9, 2016. This lighting particle ID is 498718442.
    6. Lighting/Beam Particles & Models
      This Lighting/Beam Particles & Models was created by @Rathuzen on September 7, 2021. This lighting particle ID is 7423880144.
    7. Lighting Particle
      This lighting particle was created by @LinkingAPI on September 26, 2021. This lighting particle ID is 7573619707.
    8. Heart lights with cute particles!
      This heart light with cute particles was created by @serenity_01234 on March, 5 2022. This lighting particle ID is 9008891028.
    9. Lighting Particle
      This Lighting Particle was created by  @ScriptGeneration on July 17, 2019. This lighting particle ID is 3484334679.
    10. Light Particle Ball
      This light Particle Ball was created by @chara_1124 on November 27, 2019. This lighting particle ID is 4465119475.
    11. Light, Particle Emitter
      This Light, Particle Emitter was created by @zakarq on May 03, 2015. This lighting particle ID is 244710496.
    12. Small Lighting Particles
      This Small Lighting Particle was created by @Nether_Strider on May 07, 2020. This lighting particle ID is 4999976584.
    13. Fedora of Highly Concentrated Light Particles
      The Fedora of Highly Concentrated Light Particles was created by @hellhawk on September 23, 2009. This lighting particle ID is 16140835. This particle will look bright and shocking in this fedora.
    14. Lighting [particle effect for heads only]
      This lighting particle was created by @Pl0xkitty on July 3, 2018. This lighting particle ID is 2028928116,
    15. Light Particle Effect Protest Sign
      This Light Particle Effect Protest Sign was created by @Superzac8 on January 31, 2010 . This lighting particle ID is 21537374.
    16. Revolutionary Industries – Light Particle effects.
      This light particle effect was created by @Combrad on February 16, 2011. This lighting particle ID is 46234890.
    17. Particle Lights
      This Particle light was created by @ThatR32 on December 24, 2021. This lighting particle ID is 8333151852.
    18. Crystals (Lights and Particles)
      Crystals (Lights and Particles) was created by @Allegro_Vivace  on June 29, 2015. This lighting particle ID is 263752463.
    19. Particle Light
      This particle light was created by @Biologically_Noob on January 14, 2017. This lighting particle ID is 564809089.
    20. Candle With Light And Particles
      This Candle With Light And Particle was created by @EthanGameDevv on January 6, 2019. This lighting particle ID is 2722707524.

Well, those are some lighting particle IDs that you can find in Roblox library. So, if you want more lighting particle IDs, you just simply visit Roblox library and click the ‘Model’ section and type ‘Lighting Particle’ on the search bar. By doing this, the page will bring a list of lighting particles that you can use to add a lighting effect to an object or a game.

How to Create a Lighting Effect in Roblox?

If you prefer to create a lighting effect, you should understand how to create it. According to some threads in Roblox DevForum, the best way to create a lighting effect is through the use of lighting beams.

You can then combine the lighting beams with Particle Emitters. You may use a few tricky visual effects to make it look a bit more realistic. There are a number of beam versions you can choose, but generally, the beams will have some following features, though not all of them. Here they are:

    • Able to use ColorSequences.
    • Having a variety of thickness, transparency and length
    • ‘Explosion’ sub modules and Lighting ‘Sparks’.
    • Able to travel as a projectile trying to reach a point with various kinetic properties.
    • Having layers that can move Perlin noise with various animation properties.
    • Uniform disk-point picking for distribution of control points.
    • Able to go along a Bezier curve rather than just straight-lines.
    • Using a PartCache for performance.
    • Etc.

If you need a more clear tutorial to create a lighting effect, you can watch some YouTube videos that show the tutorial of creating a lighting effect in Roblox Studio. Good Luck!!!

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