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I'm trying to get the achievement Puppet Master for the Witch Doctor: Puppet Master:  Have 7 pets and/or followers at the same time.

I've got the following:

This seems like it should be enough, right? Furthermore, the pets I've got correspond to the ones in the achievement's picture. However, the achievement has not yet popped. What am I doing wrong?

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Try Corpse Spiders? Zombie Charger? I don't think the Templar counts. – Raven Dreamer May 21 '12 at 1:48
Yeah, this is a weird one. They specifically show the Voodoo Fetish, and the achievement specifically mentions "followers" - which the templar is, from my understanding. It's a mystery. – agent86 May 28 '12 at 12:04
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Big Bad Voodoo doesn't really count as a pet,it is more like AOE ward.

On lvl 30 you will get fetish army and it makes an easy achievement.

Also additional followers you get from quests like Tyrael,Leah... don't count.But main followers templar,enchantress and scoundrel do.

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The fetish army is your best bet. I'm fairly certain the Big Bad Voodoo fetish doesn't count, but the six dagger wielding fetishes plus your zombie dogs and gargantuan will get the achievement.

That's how I got it.

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My guess is that either the Templar doesn't count due to being a follower but not a class specific one, or that the Fetish doesn't count, probably because of a glitch. Try bringing out the Zombie Charger as well, maybe with Wave of Zombies if you have it.

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I got the achievement with dogs, passive dog bonus and Gargantuan.

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