I don't know exactly what you said, But I got homing missiles.

In order to do proper homing missiles, I think you would have to set up a pseudo velocity that would determine how long they take to turn.

The way I would do it is to use vectors and plot out the path first, Then worry about the particles.

Once you have a path working quite well, You can make the particles using this

How do you set up a script with the particle command so that the particle will travel to a specified coordinate?

Particles use a velocity, which is a direction vector with a magnitude of the required speed.

direction = destination position - source position;

direction's magnitude is now the distance between source and destination.

If you want the particle to travel from source to destination in constant time regardless of the distance between the two points, then this direction vector is what you want, just multiple it by some factor to adjust the speed as required.

If you want the particle to travel from source to destination at constant speed, i.e. the further the distance, the longer it takes the particle to get there, then you need to normalize direction (which you know how to do) and multiply it by your desired speed.

Also, Be sure to add a wait for T MS after each particle and before each intersect. T is the distance to the target divided by the rate of the particle. It is also the variable that will show how long the particle lasts.