Hihihi... Stop that, I'm ticklish !
I'm a bit confused with the rules about direction.
Movement : If your summon has already attacked in one direction this turn, your movement must follow the path of the attack.
Attack : If your summon has already moved in one direction this turn, your attack must follow the path of the previous movement.
If I moved first, I can't attack around sharp turns, OK. But this "previous movement" thing, does it mean I have to attack along the path I followed, or just that I must attack along a line I could have travelled if I was continuing my movement ?
The same goes for the attack first. If I attacked, then I have to travel the same way, but may I travel farther along this path (if my speed allows me to of course) ?