Familiar Positioning (in General)


Dark Dreky October 6 2009 11:05 AM EDT

Can someone tell me how I can get my SF in the 2nd slot, and still have it on my high HP minion if I train a DD on him?


Basically, what I am looking to do is train a DD on my junction minion. When I do this, my familiar jumps in front of him. I don't want that. I tried equipping a base ELS on the junction minion, but the familiar doesn't budge. Just stays in front and gets toasted.

Is what I am asking even possible?


Brakke Bres [Ow man] October 6 2009 11:07 AM EDT

move the PL minion to the left? Then it should be PL minion, familiar, DD minion

Dark Dreky October 6 2009 11:08 AM EDT

I want DD minion, familiar, PL minion.

No dice?

Brakke Bres [Ow man] October 6 2009 11:08 AM EDT

no dice, only way to get that is to move the familiar on the PL minion, but you don't want that.

Dark Dreky October 6 2009 11:12 AM EDT

What a lame problem to have.

QBRanger October 6 2009 11:26 AM EDT

Hire another minion.

Brakke Bres [Ow man] October 6 2009 11:29 AM EDT

That would do it, but I am not sure if that is what Dreky wants

QBRanger October 6 2009 11:29 AM EDT

But as you stated, it would be the only way.

Dark Dreky October 6 2009 11:33 AM EDT

Yeah, wasn't looking for a 3 minion set up. But, I guess I will hire another minion soon. Meh.

I petition for familiar positioning!

Zenai October 6 2009 12:01 PM EDT

Have you tried the token melee route? Since DD trumps melee weapons it shpuldnt pose a problem. I know there was a way by dping that by equipping an ES to change the placement of the familiar. I don't remember the placement and Im on my phone & dont want to navigate :-/

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] October 6 2009 12:03 PM EDT

The minion with the familiar only appears in front of the familiar if the minion has no offensive spells or weapons.
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