I am using this to instantiate an object:

```
Instantiate (spell, transform.position + transform.forward * 2, transform.rotation);
```

However when I switched to:

```
Instantiate (spell, transform.position + transform.forward * 2, SprayDirection());
Quaternion SprayDirection() {
Quaternion spreadAngle;
float spread = Random.Range (spreadMax * -1, spreadMax);
spreadAngle = Quaternion.Euler( transform.rotation.x , transform.rotation.y, transform.rotation.z);
return spreadAngle;
}
```

The object is always instantiated in the same direction, regardless of the actual rotation of the transform.

A Euler Angle is an angle that you would think of as between 0 degrees and 360 degrees. transform.rotation is NOT a Euler Angle, it is a Quaternion.

3D Euler angles are represented by a Vector3 in Unity.

However, I’m assuming you want to multiply spread by the angle, so this is what you should do:

```
Quaternion SprayDirection() {
float spread = Random.Range(spreadMax * -1, spreadMax);
// Get the eulerAngles of transform.rotation, multiply that vector by spread, then convert it back into a Quaternion
// using Quaternion.Euler(Vector3 eulerAngles)
return Quaternion.Euler(transform.eulerAngles * spread);
}
```

Here is the docs for Quaternion.Euler: Unity - Scripting API: Quaternion.Euler

transform.rotation: Unity - Scripting API: Transform.rotation

and transform.eulerAngles: Unity - Scripting API: Transform.eulerAngles