Mnemosyne - Pet Conjurer


Sometimes, you just want the game to play itself for you and compromises can only go so far.
That is when you decide to go for a walking simulator instead. But Pets make everything better.
So why not take your pets out for a stroll through the world of Grim Dawn image

Budget Version - Petwalker - Walking Simulator Budget Pet Conjurer

Note: Requires both Ashes_of_Malmouth & Forgotten_Gods. Build is HardCore viable.
Note II: If you want something to actually do ingame, do not go for this build.
Note II: This was inevitable. The Ice Cream demanded it!

  • [Pet] [] (g3) (sr+) Mnemosyne - Pet Conjurer (Maya)

    • Damage: Pets
    • Active Skills: Summon Familiar, Summon Hellhound, Summon Briarthorn, Blood of Dreeg, Bysmiel’s Authority
    • Passive Skills: Solael’s Witchfire, Bonds of Bysmiel, Mogdrogen’s Pact, Primal Bond, Mogdrogen’s Ardor, Blood Rite, Fiendmaster,
      Presence of Might (x2)
    • WPS Skills: none

O) Praise : Conjurer, Level 100 (GD - Grim Dawn Build Calculator

Shattered Realms, 120:
Potions and Consumables used since SR-120 :3

Shattered Realms, 90:
No Potions/Consumables/Shrines used. Do 75-76 for farming.

Callagadra, The Scion of Sands:
Took about 16 mins. No potions/consumables used. Just avoid its Sand attack and you will be fine :stuck_out_tongue:

Crate of Entertainment:
Took around 7 mins. While the build might be “lazy”, Crate boss fight is anything but. Mostly due to how careful you need to be with Kiting the crate boxes since after a while they tend to swarm.

Devotion order:

  • Purple > Shepherd’s Crook >

  • Toad > Remove Purple >

  • Yellow > Lotus > Red > Jackal >

  • Typhos > Remove Shepherd’s Crook >

  • Solael’s Witchblade > Blue > Eel >

  • Staff of Rattosh > Remove Jackal >

  • Sailor’s Guide > Lion > Lizard > Solemn Watcher >

  • Ishtak > Tree of Life (4 points for Healing Rain)

Skills (in no particular order):

  • 4/12 Solael’s Witchfire, 3/3 Consecrated Blade

  • 16/16 Blood of Dreeg, 12/12 Aspect of the Guardian

  • 26/16 Summon Familiar, 5/16 Mend Flesh, 20/12 Storm Spirit, 19/12 Lightning Strike

  • 24/16 Summon Hellhound, 10/12 Ember Claw, 21/12 Hellfire, 7/12 Infernal Breath

  • 4/12 Bonds of Bysmiel, 12/12 Manipulation

  • 20/16 Summon Briarthorn, 8/12 Ground Slam, 22/12 Emboldening presence

  • 9/12 Mogdrogen’s Pact, 10/10 Heart of the Wild, 10/10 Oak Skin

  • 16/12 Primal Bond


  • Bysmiel’s Trinkets Set – 4 pieces

  • Mythical Necrolord’s Gaze

  • Mythical Veilpiercer + Mythical Blood Orb of Ch’thon

  • Mythical Fiendmaster Raiment

  • Mythical Wildshorn Legguards

  • Mythical Fiendflesh Greaves

  • Mythical Touch of the Everliving Grove

  • Mythical Mantle of the Patron

  • Mythical Nosferattis

  • Mogdrogen’s Ardor


  • 2x Ravager’s Eye

  • 3x Mogdrogen’s Blessing

  • 6x Mankind’s Vigil

  • 1x Dreeg’s Veilward

  • Rune of Displacement


  • Seal of Ancestry

  • 2x Seal of Might

  • 2x Mark of Illusions

  • 2x Eldritch Mirror

  • 1x Sacred Plating

  • 1x Black Tallow

  • 3x Spellscorched Plating

  • 1x Ugdenbog Leather

How to Level

Since the above build is an endgame build, use the information provided below for leveling.


Everything into Physique, except for when you need to invest into Cunning or Spirit to meet the required stats for equipping items.


There are primarily 2 ways to go. Either focus on Occultist first or Shaman first. I would suggest going with Occultist first since it is more closer to the final setup than Shaman regarding devotions and such.


We will be focusing on Hellhound, Familiar and Elemental Damage. Since we are going for a Conjurer, it is recommended that you put enough points in Shaman early on, to get a 16/16 Briarthorn before going back to focus on the Occultist Side.


  • Purple Crossroads > Shepherd’s Crook > Remove Purple

  • Green Crossroads > Raven > Rhowan’s Crown > Remove Green

  • Blue Crossroads > Eel > 4 points in Amatok (for Blizzard)

  • Yellow Crossroads > Tortoise > Remove Yellow

  • Sailor’s Guide > Crane > Panther > Solemn Watcher

  • Ishtak + 4 points in Tree of Life (for Healing Rain)


  • Lvl 10 – 16/16 Familiar, 1/16 Mend Flesh.

  • Lvl 20 – 16/16 Hellhound, 1/10 Curse of Frailty, 7/10 Vulnerability, 1/16 Blood of Dreeg, 1/12 Storm Spirit.

  • Lvl 30 – 5/10 Curse of Frailty, 10/10 Vulnerability, 1/12 Ember Claw, 16/16 Blood of Dreeg.

  • Lvl 40 – 12/12 Lightning Strike, 1/12 Aspect of the Guardian, 7/12 Bonds of Bysmiel.

  • Lvl 50 – 12/12 Manipulation, 1/12 Infernal Breath.

  • Lvl 60 – 12/12 Bonds of Bysmiel, 12/12 Possession.

  • Lvl 70 – 12/12 Storm Spirit, 12/12 Aspect of the Guardian.

  • Lvl 80 – 12/12 Ember Claw, 12/12 Infernal Breath.

  • Lvl 90 – 10/10 Curse of Frailty, 16/16 Mend Flesh.

  • Lvl 94 – Respec as needed, according to the build you are going for.

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A Small Budget/Beginner Guide:

[>> The Carnival - A Guide to Pets <<]



How to play:

  • Summon Pets, bind Blood of Dreeg to Right mouse button and “Move to” to Left mouse button.
  • Activate Blood of Dreeg and run around.
  • Collect Loot.

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I have enough Reserbirbs and you may post now :smirk:

You may also feed me ice cream image

EDIT: SR 90 also done. Fabius? Scary?
Not if you just stand and watch as he dies to your pets without you having to lift even a single finger nor cast a simple curse :smirk:

Excellent stuff.

Love me some lazy builds

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Hi Maya, I very enjoyed your pet builds and here you come with the 1 button build, nice job and thank you for this build :smiley:

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First two comments for Maya’s new build are from players named “Lazycalm” and “Lazy_player” :smirk:


First off, I’m happy to hear that the patch’s changes to pets did not melt Maya’s ice cream, after all. And thank you for the new build.

How does this pet conjurer compare to your other famous conjurer, the Fluffy Squishy?

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Use GDAutocaster to cast Blood of Dreeg regularly and you only have to press the move key… Oh wait, you could automate that as a toggle and just move your mouse… Oh wait, … No, you probably can’t automate moving your mouse… :smiley:

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Hey Maya,

How does this build compared to your The Fluffy Squishy.

It seems a lot lazier but I’m guessing the trade off for that is also the damage?

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Ty, ty. I was a bit stumped for inspiration and realized I could always go for more laziness :yum:

N…not my alts. I swear!!! :open_mouth:

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Unfortunately, while this is lazier than fluffy Squishy, the trade off indeed comes from lack of damage. It does like half the damage of Fluffy Squishy. So, for general usage, I still recommend that over this.

But if you want maximum laziness, this will do fine :stuck_out_tongue:

Also, I kind of don’t want to admit this, but the new patch is the reason why this build exists. More power to base pets meant I could do stuff otherwise not possible and made weird stuff like this possible…

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Crate of Entertainment falls.

Fight was a bit hairy though since kiting the crates felt like plying high speed tetris…

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Since this time next month I will be 91, this looks like a possibility getting through it
Sort of a last try. The only build I made it through was years ago a retal character


good luck from a 61 year old

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Best of luck :+1:


I’ve been playing an altered Fluffy Squishy build for a while. Maya claims she/he is lazy but to me, not a true devotee of laziness. My brain has a left side and a right side, just like my mouse. Left is for 'Move To" and right is for ‘Blood of Dreeg’. I never use Curse of Frailty. It will be interesting to see how this build compares with my dumbed down version of Fluffy Squishy, which clears Ultimate. Even Mnemosyne has a Rune of Displacement which I will never use. The right hand will control the mouse and the left hand will control the drink/TV remote control. Having a keyboard in my lap would greatly decrease my playing time. Thank you for all that you’ve given to us pet lovers Maya! (I’m 57, which is 91 in gaming years) Take care.



MMO mouse with lots of buttons + GDAutocaster = play just about anything without a keyboard if you want. :smiling_imp:

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I can never bring myself to mod a game. Just a personal preference. As for the mouse, I wear them out fast and buy cheap ones. I’ll have to look into finding a durable MMO mouse, if they exist. Just started this build and the self-found character is only level 36. Probably a week away from level 100, but having a great time.

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