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The Emotes Interface

Emotes are animations that a player can select for their character to perform. Before Quick Chat was released, emotes were one of the only ways for muted players to communicate. Most emotes may be unlocked by free players, but there exists certain emotes that only members may unlock. All emotes are usable in any server, be it free player or paying player servers. Emotes are accessible with the Emotes tab, a tab that may be found on the Chat window interface by default.

Emotes are used primarily for entertainment, amusement and communication. Emotes are also used for certain clue scrolls and quests. They generally do not give any bonuses or in-game advantage to the performing player.

Emote icons that are bright in colour represent emotes that you have unlocked; either by default, or through the completion of a circumstance. On the other hand, dimmed out emote icons represent the emotes you have yet to unlock. Though the icon itself is obscured showing mostly the black frame, one can still hover over each locked emote to know its name, while clicking it hints what you have to do to obtain it.

DefaultEdit

Default emotes are emotes unlocked upon creating an account. Thus, all players readily start off with 23 emotes regardless of gameplay progress.

These 23 emotes comprise of simple animations mainly for communication in complement with the chat system, though they are also be used in treasure trail as a part of completing a clue scroll. One may use emotes when muted in means of communicating with others.

Dance

A player performing the Dance emote.

Icon Name Icon Name Icon Name Icon Name
Yes emote icon Yes No emote icon No Bow emote iconCurtsy emote icon Bow & Curtsy [R 1]
(enhanced)
Angry emote icon Angry
(enhanced)
Think emote icon Think Wave emote icon Wave Shrug emote icon Shrug Cheer emote icon Cheer
Beckon emote icon Beckon
(enhanced)
Laugh emote icon Laugh Jump for Joy emote icon Jump for Joy Yawn emote icon Yawn
(enhanced)
Dance emote icon Dance
(enhanced)
Jig emote icon Jig Spin emote icon Twirl Headbang emote icon Headbang
Cry emote icon Cry Blow Kiss emote icon Blow Kiss Panic emote icon Panic Raspberry emote icon Raspberry
Clap emote icon Clap Salute emote icon Salute
  1. ^ Bow is standard for male characters and Curtsy for female. Male characters can perform Curtsy by right-clicking on the Bow icon and choosing Curtsy while females can perform Bow by right-clicking on the Curtsy icon.

QuestsEdit

These emotes are related to certain quests. Quests emotes can be unlocked during a quest or as a reward after completion of a quest.

As for now, all quests related to these emotes requires membership subscription to be started. Thus all 4 quests emotes are indirectly members-only.

Troubadour Dance

A player performing the Troubadour Dance emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Goblin Bow emote icon Goblin Bow These emotes are unlocked during The Lost Tribe quest.
Goblin Salute emote icon Goblin Salute
Troubadour Dance emote icon Troubadour Dance This emote is a reward from the quest One Piercing Note.
Pulled away emote icon Pulled Away This emote is a reward from the quest Broken Home.

Activities and gameplayEdit

Emotes under this category pertains to the nature of a particular gameplay or activity on RuneScape. These emotes can only be encountered if the player reaches a point in gameplay and their requirements to be unlock vary vastly.

Random eventsEdit

These emotes are related to the discontinued random events. Players must be presented with the event itself and complete it to unlock the emotes. Presently, random events emotes may be unlocked via Iffie of Thessalia's Fine Clothes.

When completing either the Mime or Gravedigger random event, players are rewarded the usual random event gift and would have the option to unlock an emote, along with either the typical costume piece or fixed number of resource rewards. Following an update on 24 October 2012, random events were removed all together and the emotes were temporarily discontinued until they were made complimentary with a purchased costume part from Iffie in Varrock on a later date.[1]

Zombie Walk

A player performing the Zombie Walk emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Glass Box emote icon Glass Box These emotes are unlocked from buying a piece of the mime costume.
Climb Rope emote icon Climb Rope
Lean emote icon Lean
Glass Wall emote icon Glass Wall
Zombie Walk emote icon Zombie Walk These emotes are unlocked from buying a piece of the zombie costume.
Zombie Dance emote icon Zombie Dance

AchievementsEdit

These emotes are related to certain achievements in the game. Achievements emotes vary in requirements, conditions and restrictions of method to be unlocked.

The Skillcape emote is unlocked by default, though is categorised as an achievements emote due to the restriction of skill mastery. Without an eligible cape, the message: You need to be wearing a skillcape in order to perform this emote. will appear in the chatbox even though this does not necessarily work with only skillcapes.

Taskmaster

A player performing the Taskmaster emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Skillcape emote icon Skillcape To perform this emote you will need to be wearing one of the 27 Capes of Accomplishments or 26 Master capes of Accomplishments, which can be bought from selected NPCs once achieving skill mastery (level 99) or true skill mastery (104,273,167 experience) respectively.
To perform this emote you will need to be wearing one of the 4 Expert Skillcapes, which can be created by combining a combination of skill shards obtained from training skills over level 99.
To perform this emote you will need to be wearing one of the 5 Capes of Distinctions, which vary in requirements such as having an account of a specific age, logged in RuneScape Classic, achieving level 99 in all skills and "completing" the game. Milestone capes are an exception as they do not have an emote.
Air Guitar emote icon Air Guitar This emote is unlocked once 500 or more music tracks have been attained.
Demonic Rock Off Demonic Rock Off This emote is unlocked once 1,000 or more music tracks have been attained.
Explore emote icon Explore This emote is unlocked after completing all the beginner Lumbridge and Draynor Tasks.
Taskmaster emote icon Taskmaster This emote is unlocked after completing every tasks in the Achievements system.

Player securityEdit

These emotes are related to the Stronghold of Security. Player security emotes are unlocked level intervals of the dungeon from the central chest.

Stomp

A player performing the Stomp emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Idea emote icon Idea This emote is unlocked from the Box of Health.
Stomp emote icon Stomp This emote is unlocked from the Cradle of Life.
Flap emote icon Flap
(enhanced)
This emote is unlocked from the Gift of Peace.
Slap Head emote icon Slap Head This emote is unlocked from the Grain of Plenty.

Player safetyEdit

This emote is related to the Misthalin Training Center of Excellence or the Stronghold of Player Safety. The Safety First emote is unlocked depending on the registered age of the player's account.

Safety First

A player performing the Safety First emote.

Icon Name Info
Safety First emote icon Safety First This emote is unlocked by completing the player safety test if the account's registered age is under the age of 13.
This emote is unlocked by opening the chest in the secure sector of the Stronghold of Player Safety if the account's registered age is of or above the age of 13.

Court casesEdit

This emote is related to the Court Cases distractions and diversions, which in general requires completion of the quest King's Ransom to be started. The Faint emote is unlocked after completing a specific court case.

Icon Name Info
Faint emote icon Faint This emote is unlocked after completing the mime court case.

PrifddinasEdit

These emotes are related to the Hefin Agility Course of the elven city Prifddinas. Hefin emotes are unlocked in random order as a possible reward from a light creature when completing laps on the agility course.

Hefin Ward

A player performing the Hefin Ward emote. (click to play)

In general, Prifddinas requires the completion of the quest Plague's End and it's preceding elf quest series alongside the required level 77 Agility to access the course.

Icon Name Icon Name
Hefin Lotus emote icon Hefin Lotus Hefin Bow emote icon Hefin Bow
Hefin Ward emote icon Hefin Ward Hefin Crane emote icon Hefin Crane

OthersEdit

Emotes in this category are mainly emotes with strict restrictions requiring players to be in a specific place or a specific form to be executed.

PenguinEdit

These emotes are related to the quest Cold War and the clockwork suit. Penguin emotes are unique in which they could only be played when the player takes form of a penguin in the clockwork suit.

Penguin emotes were first encountered during the Cold War quest in which a sequence was used to convince the penguin at Ardougne Zoo. After the quests, players may reaccess the emotes by wearing the suit via Chuck or Jim as many times as pleased.

Icon Name Emote (click to play) Icon Name Emote (click to play)
Shiver (Penguin) emote icon Shiver
Penguin Shiver
Cheer (Penguin) emote icon Cheer
Penguin Cheer
Spin (Penguin) emote icon Twirl
Penguin Spin
Wave (Penguin) emote icon Wave
Penguin Wave
Clap (Penguin) emote icon Clap
Penguin Clap
Preen emote icon Preen
Penguin Preen
Bow (Penguin) emote icon Bow
Penguin Bow
Flap (Penguin) emote icon Flap
Penguin Flap

AcrobaticsEdit

These emotes are related to Balthazar Beauregard's Big Top Bonanza Agility performance. Acrobatics emotes are unique in which they could only be played on a tightrope during the Agility performance, and varies in succession with a player's Agility level.

Acrobatics emotes are found under the Minigames tab instead of the usual Emotes tab, due to the fact that these emotes are considered as acts. Higher level in the Agility skill will allow the player to succeed in a wider variety of acts that accumulate higher point score and also experience in the skill.

Backflip

A player performing the Backflip emote.

Icon Name Suggested level Icon Name Suggested level
Small hop emote icon Small hop 10 No-hand cartwheel emote icon No-hand cartwheel 70
One-leg balance emote icon One-leg balance 20 Forward roll emote icon Forward roll 80
Twirl emote icon Twirl 30 Large leap emote icon Large leap 90
Handstand emote icon Handstand 40 Backflip emote icon Backflip 99
Cartwheel emote icon Cartwheel 50 Juggle emote icon Juggle Depends on juggle item
Small leap emote icon Small leap 60

Clan theatreEdit

These emotes are related to the clan citadel. Clan theatre emotes are a unique set of emotes that are visible by default in the Emotes tab if the player is in the vicinity of a clan citadel, though they cannot be played anywhere around the citadel except the clan theatre itself.

Clan theatre emotes are not found in the Emotes tab by default unless within a clan citadel, though they can be found when filtered. Playing the emotes anywhere else other than the clan theatre will prompt the message: You may only perform this emote on the clan theatre stage. or You may only perform this emote while sitting in the clan theatre audience. depending on the type of emote.

Clan theatre emotes comprise of dramatic theatrical animations used in plays and acting scenes in the theatre. One can only build a clan theatre once the citadel is at least tier 5.

Dramatic Death

A player performing the Dramatic Death emote.

On stage Audience
Icon Name Icon Name
Kneel emote icon Kneel Raise Hand (Sitting) emote icon Raise Hand (Sitting)
Beg emote icon Begging Wave (Sitting) emote icon Wave (Sitting)
Stir Cauldron emote icon Stir Cauldron Cheer (Sitting) emote icon Cheer (Sitting)
Cheer (Theatre) emote icon Cheer Throw Tomato (Sitting) emote icon Throw Tomato (Sitting)
Tantrum emote icon Tantrum Throw Flowers (Sitting) emote icon Throw Flowers (Sitting)
Dramatic Death emote icon Dramatic Death Agree (Sitting) emote icon Agree (Sitting)
Jump & Yell emote icon Jump & Yell Point (Sitting) emote icon Point (Sitting)
Point emote icon Point Whistle (Sitting) emote icon Whistle (Sitting)
Punch emote icon Punch Thumbs-Up (Sitting) emote icon Thumbs-Up (Sitting)
Raise Hand emote icon Raise Hand Sitting (Thumbs Down) emote icon Thumbs-Down (Sitting)
Make Speech emote icon Make Speech Clap (Sitting) emote icon Clap (Sitting)
Sword Fight emote icon Sword Fight

Holiday and seasonalEdit

Emotes under this category pertains to the recurring holiday and world events which until today is part of RuneScape tradition. These emotes can only be unlocked by partaking in one of the many events, either just by participating, completing or in exchange for a event's unique currency.

Holiday eventsEdit

These emotes are related to holiday events. Holiday events emotes are unlocked upon completion of a seasonal event of a particular year, and are unique to the events as they cannot be unlocked by any other means.

Players were introduced the first holiday emote during the 2005 Hallowe'en event, which was the emote Scared. Unlike other holiday rewards, all previous holiday events emotes will be unlocked given that the player completed the event on that particular year.

EasterEdit

Invoke Spring

A player performing the Invoke Spring emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Bunny-hop emote icon Bunny-hop This emote is unlocked during the 2006 Easter event. Available on all Easter events from 2006 onwards.
Around the World in Eggty Days emote icon Around the World in Eggty Days This emote is unlocked after completing the 2009 Easter event. Available on all Easter events from 2009 onwards.
Invoke Spring emote icon Invoke Spring This emote is unlocked after completing the 2011 Easter event. Available on all Easter events from 2011 onwards.
Butterfly Dervish emote icon Butterfly Dervish This emote is unlocked by talking to Memstix during the Tribute to Guthix. Available on all Easter events from 2013 onwards.
Cabbage Facepunch Bonanza emote icon Cabbage Facepunch Bonanza This emote is unlocked by surviving 40 (non-consecutive) rounds as human in Cabbage Facepunch Bonanza during the 2014 Spring event. Available on all Easter events from 2014 onwards.

Hallowe'enEdit

Scared

A player performing the first ever unlockable holiday events emote, the Scared emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Scared emote icon Scared This emote is unlocked during the 2005 Hallowe'en event. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2005 onwards.
Zombie Hand emote icon Zombie Hand This emote is unlocked after completing the 2007 Hallowe'en event. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2007 onwards.
Trick emote icon Trick This emote is unlocked during the 2008 Hallowe'en event. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2008 onwards.
Puppet Master emote icon Puppet Master This emote is unlocked after completing the 2010 Hallowe'en event. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2010 onwards.
Living on Borrowed Time emote icon Living on Borrowed Time This emote is unlocked after completing the 2011 Hallowe'en event. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2011 onwards.
The Architect (emote) The Architect This emote is unlocked for participating in the Lumbridge Rebuildathon after Stage 2. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2013 onwards.
Proto Pack emote icon Proto Pack This emote is unlocked for participating in the 2014 Hallowe'en event for 3 (non-consecutive) days. Available on all Hallowe'en events from 2014 onwards.

ChristmasEdit

Rockin' Around the Tree

A player performing the Rockin' Around the Tree emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Snowman Dance emote icon Snowman Dance This emote is unlocked during the 2007 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2007 onwards.
Freeze emote icon Freeze This emote is unlocked during the 2008 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2008 onwards.
Dramatic Point emote icon Dramatic Point This emote is unlocked during the 2009 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2009 onwards.
Seal of Approval emote icon Seal of Approval This emote is unlocked after completing the 2010 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2010 onwards.
Chaotic Cookery emote icon Chaotic Cookery This emote is unlocked after completing the 2011 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2011 onwards.
Rockin' Around the Tree emote icon Rockin' Around the Tree This emote is unlocked after completing the 2013 Christmas event. Available on all Christmas events from 2013 onwards.

MiscellaneousEdit

Celebrate

A player performing the Celebrate Emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Give thanks emote icon Give Thanks
(enhanced)
This emote is unlocked after completing the 2008 Thanksgiving event. Available on all Thanksgiving events from 2008 onwards.
Celebrate emote icon Celebrate This emote is unlocked in conjunction of the Diamond Jubilee celebration.
Mexican Wave emote icon Mexican wave These emotes are purchased with 1,000 contribution points each during the Gielinor Games.
Sportsman emote icon Sportsman

World eventsEdit

Champion of Saradomin

A player performing the Saradomin's Glory (Tier 3) emote. (click to play)

These emotes are related to world events, the Battle of Lumbridge and the Bird and the Beast. World events emotes are purchased using a currency known as renown from the respective quartermaster of a player's chosen faction.

Emotes unlocked from world events are discontinued and do not return on succeeding world events.

Battle of LumbridgeEdit

Champion of Zamorak

A player performing the Zamorak's Might (Tier 3) emote. (click to play)

Saradomin Zamorak
Icon Name Info Icon Name Info
Servant of Saradomin emote icon Saradomin's Glory (Tier 1) This emote is purchased with 3,000 renown. Servant of Zamorak emote icon Zamorak's Might (Tier 1) This emote is purchased with 3,000 renown.
Warrior of Saradomin emote icon Saradomin's Glory (Tier 2) This emote is purchased with 9,000 renown. Warrior of Zamorak emote icon Zamorak's Might (Tier 2) This emote is purchased with 9,000 renown.
Champion of Saradomin emote icon Saradomin's Glory (Tier 3) This emote is purchased with 20,000 renown. Champion of Zamorak emote icon Zamorak's Might (Tier 3) This emote is purchased with 20,000 renown.
Armadyl's Glory (Tier 3)

A player performing the Armadyl's Glory (Tier 3) emote. (click to play)

The Bird and the BeastEdit

Bandos's Might (Tier 3)

A player performing the Bandos's Might (Tier 3) emote. (click to play)

Armadyl Bandos
Icon Name Info Icon Name Info
Armadyl's Glory (Tier 1) emote icon Armadyl's Glory (Tier 1) This emote is purchased with 23,000 renown. Bandos's Might (Tier 1) emote icon Bandos's Might (Tier 1) This emote is purchased with 23,000 renown.
Armadyl's Glory (Tier 2) emote icon Armadyl's Glory (Tier 2) This emote is purchased with 40,000 renown. Bandos's Might (Tier 2) emote icon Bandos's Might (Tier 2) This emote is purchased with 40,000 renown.
Armadyl's Glory (Tier 3) emote icon Armadyl's Glory (Tier 3) This emote is purchased with 165,000 renown. Bandos's Might (Tier 3) emote icon Bandos's Might (Tier 3) This emote is purchased with 165,000 renown.

MicrotransactionalEdit

Emotes under this category pertains to microtransactions, which is a form of legal real-world-trading involving purchased emotes via micropayments within the endorsement of Jagex itself. These emotes could only either be purchased or won directly or indirectly dependant to the current promotion (if any).

Solomon's General StoreEdit

These emotes are related to Solomon's General Store. Emotes from the General Store are purchased using either Loyalty points or Runecoins if applicable.

With the merge of the Members Loyalty Programme with the General Store, emotes available from the programme are now purchasable via Solomon's General Store. However, most emotes that originated with the Members Loyalty Programme remained Loyalty points exclusive.

Runecoins or Loyalty pointsEdit

Breaking Wind

A player performing the Break Wind emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Runecoins Points
Free Members
Breakdance emote icon Breakdance 140 126 13,440
Break Wind emote icon Break Wind 124 112 11,904
Gravedigger emote icon Gravedigger 110 99 10,560
Mahjarrat Transformation emote icon Mahjarrat Transformation 98 88 9,408
Frog Transformation emote icon Frog Transformation 96 86 9,216
Crab Transformation emote icon Crab Transformation 104 94 9,984
Kick Sand emote icon Kick Sand 120 108 11,520
Runescape through the Ages emote icon Runescape through the Ages 90 81 9,000

Runecoins onlyEdit

Slight nod

A player performing the Slight Nod emote. (click to play)

Ring of Fire

A player performing the Ring of Fire emote. (click to play)

Sneaky Bunny

A player performing the Sneaky Bunny emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Runecoins
Free Members
Talk to skull emote icon Talk to skull 222 200
Plead emote icon Plead
Gesture emote icon Gesture
Slight nod emote icon Slight nod
Gentle no emote icon Gentle no
Contemplate emote icon Contemplate
Dejected emote icon Dejected
Decisive emote icon Decisive
Shock emote icon Shock
Sob emote icon Sob
Excited emote icon Excited
Distressed emote icon Distressed
Restrained anger emote icon Restrained anger
Accuse emote icon Accuse
Innocent emote icon Innocent
Conspire emote icon Conspire
Talking emote icon Talk (A)
Talk (B)
Lightning Blast emote icon Lightning Blast 92 83
Ring of Fire emote icon Ring of Fire 92 83
Rock Smash emote icon Rock Smash 92 83
Water Dance emote icon Water Dance 92 83
Cute Bunny emote icon Cute Bunny 88 80
Sneaky Bunny emote icon Sneaky Bunny 88 80

Loyalty points onlyEdit

Shake Hands

Two players performing the Shake Hands emote. (click to play)

Golf Clap

A player performing the Golf Clap emote.

ROFLcopter

A player performing the ROLFcopter emote. (click to play)

Infernal Power

A player performing the Infernal Power emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Points
Cat Fight emote icon Cat Fight 500
Face-palm emote icon Face-palm 750
Shake Hands emote icon Shake Hands 750
High Five emote icon High Five 750
Surrender emote icon Surrender 750
Talk to the Hand emote icon Talk to the Hand 750
Palm-fist emote icon Palm-fist 750
Golf clap emote icon Golf clap 750
Breathe Fire emote icon Breathe Fire 1,000
Levitate emote icon Levitate 1,000
Muscle-man Pose emote icon Muscle-man Pose 1,000
ROFL emote icon ROFL 1,000
Bring It! emote icon Bring it! 1,000
Evil Laugh emote icon Evil Laugh 1,000
You're Dead emote icon You're dead 1,000
Snow emote icon Snow 4,000
Storm emote icon Storm 4,000
Hula Hoop emote icon Hula Hoop 4,000
Head in the Sand emote icon Head in the Sand 6,000
Scream emote icon Scream 6,000
Lolcano emote icon Lolcano 6,000
Inner Power emote icon Inner Power 6,000
ROFLcopter emote icon ROFLcopter 6,000
Disappear emote icon Disappear 12,000
Ghost emote icon Ghost 12,000
Divine Power emote icon Divine Power 12,000
Infernal Power emote icon Infernal Power 12,000
Nature's Might emote icon Nature's Might 12,000
Tornado emote icon Tornado 12,000
Werewolf Transformation emote icon Werewolf Transformation 12,000

Packs onlyEdit

These emotes are unlocked with several other items as part of a pack, rather than bought individually.

Thruster Stomp

A player performing the Thruster Stomp emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Pack Runecoins
Free Members
Backflip (Assassin) emote icon Backflip Assassin Pack 1,800 1,620
Robot Dance emote icon Robot Dance Dwarven Warsuit Pack 1,800 1,620
Thruster Stomp emote icon Thruster Stomp
Ariane's Power emote icon Ariane's Power Ariane Pack 800 720
Ozan's Smile emote icon Ozan's Smile Ozan Pack 800 720
Balance of Nature emote icon Balance of Nature Robes of Sorrow 510 459
Robes of Remembrance 510 459
Owen's Mastery emote icon Owen's Mastery Sir Owen Pack 960 864
Linza's Arsenal emote icon Linza's Arsenal Linza Pack 800 720
Shadow to Praetor emote icon Shadow to Praetor Zaros Pack 1,666 1,500
Praetor to Shadow emote icon Praetor to Shadow

Squeal of FortuneEdit

These emotes are related to the Squeal of Fortune, the antecedent of the current Treasure Hunter. Emotes won from the Squeal of Fortune are discontinued unless stated otherwise, and are won directly or indirectly as a prize during a certain promotion.

Squeal of Fortune was also the host of RuneScape's first ever Valentine's Day promotion, which introduced Valentine-themed emotes.

Sizzling SummerEdit

Sunbathe

A player performing the Sunbathe emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Sunbathe emote icon Sunbathe This emote is a direct prize possibly won during Sizzling Summer. Temporarily made its return during Treasure Hunter's first Blast from the Past promotion, and by Vic the trader.[2][3]

Valentine's Day 2013Edit

Icon Name Info
Love at First Sight emote icon Love at First Sight These emotes are unlocked by redeeming 1,750 Valentine hearts for each emote.
Jealous Rage emote icon Jealous Rage

Treasure HunterEdit

These emotes are related to Treasure Hunter, the precedent of the previous Squeal of Fortune. Emotes won from Treasure Hunter are discontinued unless stated otherwise, and could be won directly or indirectly as a prize during a certain promotion.

Treasure Hunter is the host of the first ever Talk Like A Pirate Day promotion, and continued the legacy of past Valentine's Day and Hallowe'en promotions, all which introduced new emotes as well.

Loved Up

A player performing the Loved Up emote. (click to play)

Valentine's Day 2014Edit

Icon Name Info
Loved Up emote icon Loved Up These emotes are unlocked by redeeming 1,750 Valentine love notes for each emote.
Down to Earth emote icon Down to Earth

Talk Like A Pirate Day 2014Edit

Walk the Plank emote

A player performing the Walk the Plank emote. (click to play)

Icon Name Info
Walk the Plank emote icon Walk the Plank This emote is unlocked by redeeming 3,000 doubloons.

Hallowe'en 2014Edit

Icon Name Info
Ghostly Wardrobe emote icon Ghostly Wardrobe This emote is unlocked once all six Ghostly outfits have been made, which requires a total of 4,800 ghostweaves.

OperatingEdit

Main article: Operate
Diamond crown celebrate

A player performing the Diamond crown's Celebrate emote.

Several items have built-in emotes, usually known as to operate an item, which are unique to the item itself. Such examples include but are not limited to, items like the rubber chicken, Chocatrice cape, Silverhawk boots, elven clan capes, holy cithara and so forth. As such, these special emotes do not appear in the standard emote menu, and must be manually operated by the options provided on the item unless stated otherwise.

All items were once given the option to be operated. However, this option has since been discontinued and the remaining items that can kept this function were directly known by their item emote name.

The operate function of an item may be a right-click option in the inventory, or in an equipment slot.

Emote enhancersEdit

Main article: Emotes/Enhancers

Emote enhancers are specific equipment items that when worn, prompts an emote be performed differently from the usual animation.

Before the quest Tower of Life, emote enhancers were only available as a part of Treasure Trails rewards. Thus all enhancers are tradeable except the satchels, builder's costume, chicken set and herald capes. Furthermore, all enhancers are members-only items, except the chicken set and herald capes.

Image Enhancer Emote Info
A powdered wig A powdered wig Angry
Flared trousers Flared trousers Dance
  • Level 1 (easy clue scroll) Treasure Trails reward
  • Traded for Coins 1000 779,512.
Pantaloons Pantaloons Bow & Curtsy
  • Level 1 (easy clue scroll) Treasure Trails reward
  • Traded for Coins 1000 21,493.
Sleeping cap Sleeping cap Yawn
  • Level 1 (easy clue scroll) Treasure Trails reward
  • Traded for Coins 1000 90,174.
Hard hat Builder's shirt Builder's trousers Builder's boots Builder's costume piece Beckon
  • Found during the Tower of Life quest.
  • All 4 pieces may not be traded.
  • Only one out of 4 pieces must be worn for enhancement.
Black satchel Gold satchel Green satchel Plain satchel Red satchel Rune satchel Satchels
Chicken head Chicken wings Chicken legs Chicken feet Chicken set Flap
  • Reward from the holiday event 2007 Easter event
  • All 4 parts may not be traded.
  • All 4 parts must be worn for enhancement.
Herald cape Herald Cape with the Turkey Crest Give Thanks

TriviaEdit

  • If a player tries to play an emote while one is already in play, a chatbox message will appear, saying: You're already doing an emote!
  • If a player tries to play an emote while resting, a chatbox message will appear, saying: Emotes aren't very restful.
  • If a player tries to play an emote during a game of Soul Wars, message box will appear, saying: "This is a battleground, not a circus."
  • The Give Thanks emote was the first holiday event emote to have an enhancer.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Halloween 2012: Haunted Houses: In Other News.
  2. ^ Treasure Hunter – Blast from the Past.
  3. ^ Bonus XP Swap Shop.

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