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I want to place some random (non solid, simply a model) grass on my terrain that points upwards from the quad of the terrain it's on.

As of right now my idea was to (on load) randomly pick X, Z locations and raycast downwards to get the normal of that X, Z location (and also check if the terrain texture is not water or sand - or better yet, the Y value which determines the type of terrain) then instance a Grass subscene there pointing 'upwards' from the quad.

That idea sounds kinda odd to me though, I don't know if it would be fast enough...these grass instances are 100% for appearance and will do nothing in game.

Does anyone have a better idea on how to do this?

Godot version 3.4
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I ended up using:

Great plugin!

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