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Do Champions that make/obtain pets in game gain sight of stealthed champions or Wards vis a vis their pets if they have an Oracle's Elixir?

Champions include:

Maokai (seedlings)
Annie (Tibbers)
Malzahar (Voidling)
Yorick (Ghouls)
Mordekaiser (Ghost)
Zyra (Plants, Seedlings)
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I'd say no since that would be a very unbalanced feature, but don't have a firm basis for it :/ –  Alok Aug 6 '12 at 20:49
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If my memories are right, no, you doesn't gain sight of stealthed champ, since you have the oracle buff, but your pets doesn't. Still not sure about Evelyn stealth, which work differently... You need to be at a certain distance of her, so maybe pets show her, but not sure. –  Lysarion Aug 6 '12 at 20:50
    
Oracles reveals target at certain range of your champion, which means the pets don't attack until you're in range. –  Domocus Aug 6 '12 at 21:25
    
There is only one situation I can think of that a pet gains vision, and it involves Mordekaiser's clone on a champ with Lightbringer, and I'm not even sure that would work. Shaco + Lightbringer would work, though Vision is still not true sight. –  Raven Dreamer Aug 6 '12 at 23:24
    
What is Lightbringer? –  ccreason Aug 7 '12 at 13:22

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Oracle's Elixir: Grants 750 radius stealth detection to champion until death.

As you can see the radius is around the champion and has nothing to do with pets.

Note: This item no longer exists in the current game(Patch 3.14).

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Parsing what the words themselves say is not a good method for determining edge cases in LoL. 'Impassable terrain' is often anything but. Gotta test it. –  Christopher Berman Aug 7 '12 at 0:52
    
Ah, I see now. Ingame it just reads something along the lines of "grants detection of stealthed objects until death" or something. This is good to know. –  ccreason Aug 7 '12 at 13:12

No. Pets do not receive the effects of Oracle's Elixir.

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