What I mean when I ask that in the title is: Does the minor pentatonic scale stay the same pattern for any key it's in. So say the Bm pentatonic scale would go:

e--------------------------------7-10-------------
B-------------------------8-10--------------------
G--------------------7-9--------------------------
D---------------7-9-------------------------------
A--------7-10-------------------------------------
E-7-10--------------------------------------------

And the Gm pentatonic would go:

e--------------------------3-5--------------------
B---------------------3-5-------------------------
G----------------2-4------------------------------
D-----------2-5-----------------------------------
A------2-5----------------------------------------
E-3-5---------------------------------------------

(both above are 2 of the 5 positions for the minor pentatonic scale)
You just move the pattern to whatever key you'd like and you'd have the minor pentatonic in that key? Like would an F#m pentatonic be possible, if not then why?
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What I mean when I ask that in the title is: Does the minor pentatonic scale stay the same pattern for any key it's in. So say the Bm pentatonic scale would go:

e--------------------------------7-10-------------
B-------------------------8-10--------------------
G--------------------7-9--------------------------
D---------------7-9-------------------------------
A--------7-10-------------------------------------
E-7-10--------------------------------------------

And the Gm pentatonic would go:

e--------------------------3-5--------------------
B---------------------3-5-------------------------
G----------------2-4------------------------------
D-----------2-5-----------------------------------
A------2-5----------------------------------------
E-3-5---------------------------------------------

(both above are 2 of the 5 positions for the minor pentatonic scale)
You just move the pattern to whatever key you'd like and you'd have the minor pentatonic in that key? Like would an F#m pentatonic be possible, if not then why?

To answer the question simply, yes the pattern is the same in each key, there are no variations in the distance between the notes in the scale.

Also that's a G major pentatonic and that isn't a B minor scale, it's also a G major pentatonic, not related to B minor in any way.
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Patterns are the same, but you have written a wrong Bm pentatonic (that 8 fret in the 2nd string is a 7 fret) and that shape in the 3 fret is the second posicion of a Em or G major, not Gm

It's dangerous to jam alone, take this: http://www.discoverguitaronline.com/diagrams/5.png

that is all Gm pentatonic patterns, and you can move then along the fretboard without changing any interval in them. Hope it's been helpfull
Alright thanks for clearing that up. I'm just, starting to learn what scales are and all and it's kinda very confusing.