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I know that you can get minion "aggro" when you attack an enemy champion or when nothing else is around.

But how do I force them to attack me, when no enemy champion is around?

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There's nothing you can do far from facing them without your minions or taunting them, since they have more priority facing minions when champs don't autoattack each other.

From the lol wikia:

Minions prioritize targets in the following order:

  • An enemy champion designated by a call for help from an allied champion. (Enemy champion attacking an Allied champion)
  • An enemy minion designated by a call for help from an allied champion. (Enemy minion attacking an Allied champion)
  • An enemy minion designated by a call for help from an allied minion. (Enemy minion attacking an Allied minion)
  • An enemy turret designated by a call for help from an allied minion. (Enemy turret attacking an Allied minion)
  • An enemy champion designated by a call for help from an allied minion. (Enemy champion attacking an Allied minion)
  • The closest enemy minion.
  • The closest enemy champion.
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    Additionally, you could Taunt them, I think the only taunt that affects minions anymore is Idol of Durand (Galio Ultimate) though. Raummus's Punctuating Taunt works on monsters but I don't think that it works on minions (not certain).
    – Shelby115
    Sep 22, 2014 at 16:00
  • I read someplace there used to be a method of attracting aggro by right-clicking on an enemy champ who was elsewhere on the map (but visible). This was quite a while ago, though.
    – Nathan C
    Sep 23, 2014 at 17:24
  • @Shelby115 You can no longer target minions with taunt as rammus.
    – dphil
    Sep 23, 2014 at 20:28
  • @dphil Yeah, it's probably for the best too, I used to taunt minions by mistake all the time.
    – Shelby115
    Sep 23, 2014 at 20:33

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