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Horde Minion - Idocs

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Zayin666, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. Zayin666

    Zayin666 Lore Keeper
    Stratics Veteran

    Jan 30, 2009
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    Say Iam at a idoc in trammel ruleset and have my horde minion out in a public house that will fall.... what happens? Will the minion stay or should I stay outsite the house with it?

  2. Mina_Lino

    Mina_Lino Journeyman
    Stratics Veteran

    Sep 1, 2008
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    guess it acts just like a pet...it will just follow you.

    best technique is to stay outside the building..to prevent you from being stuck in between stuff. (wich has happend to lino before)
  3. Mairut

    Mairut Guest

    With packies, you can make them stand outside the house, while you're inside. All follow me on macro, and you can grab that chest you have your eye on while your packies are walking to you.

    Or you can have the summon familiar spell on macro and summon minion as the house falls, although you may waste a couple of seconds clicking the horde minion button when the gump comes up ;)

    Anyways, better safe than sorry...I've gotten stuck and had to re-log, etc during an idoc before as well, I'm assuming because I had my packies inside the public house with me (evidence suggests, anyways).