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    Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium
    (Well, not really moody, but it sounded catchy)
    (With Social Titles, Special & Creep Emotes, and How-to’s as well as the ever-present Wish List)


    Four dances for the races during the Festival,
    Thirteen titles for the diligent to wear,
    Dozens of standards for one and all,
    One Compendium for the Adder on his puter chair
    In the wee hours of morning where the Forums call.
    One Guide to instruct them, One Guide to collect them,
    One Guide to bring them all and in their darkness enlighten them
    In the wee hours of morning where the Forums call.


    Emotes are a form of self-expression allowing players’ characters to perform a wide variety of actions accompanied with a description (often with an animation and occasionally an audio enhancement), usually not directly related to the slaughtering of the minions of evil (or good) nor to the running of the myriad quests and objectives of gameplay. Emotes (and in LOTRO, Moods) are viewed by some to be gaming fluff while others (especially Roleplayers) consider them to be an essential and often crucial ingredient to play-style in any MMORPG. Regardless of where you fit in, Emotes have become a standard that makes the gaming world more realistic (hopefully) and much more fun and enjoyable.

    Our world of Middle Earth in LOTRO is no exception. We began with an admirable list of Emotes at launch, and over the last fifteen months more have been added during the many updates giving us well over one-hundred emotes! So I’ll begin this compendium with a primer on how to use these Emotes, followed by the current list of Emotes and Moods that everyone can access. (Note the emphasis on everyone. There are some Emotes in LOTRO that require the completion of certain tasks to access them. These will be explained as we get deeper into this compendium).


    Using Emotes and Moods
    (Everything and anything pertaining to Emotes)

    General Usage:
    Emotes can be used ingame by either typing the slash (/) commands as listed below or by using the list found in the Chat-line menu. The menu is by far the easiest but cannot be customized with your own text (more on customizing in a moment). To use the menu, simply click the chat bubble (on the left of the chat input bar) and select Emotes from the menu. A list will popup with the option More Emotes at the bottom. Clicking each of the More Emotes will eventually give you eight boxes of emotes totaling one-hundred-three (103) Emotes and eleven (11) Moods (as you acquire special emotes, they are added to your list). A few Emotes are not included in the menu list (/AFK is one of these), so for these, the slash command must be typed. For those that are on the list, simply click your desired Emote or Mood and your character will perform that action along with a descriptive text in the chat window. You have just performed an Emote!

    If the stock text isn’t to your liking or you just want to make a special Emote for certain occasions, then you will have to type the Emote into the chat bar. To make your custom Emote, type /e, /em, /me, or /emote and add whatever text you wish. These text Emotes do no have an action nor audio with them, but outputs a simple text emote in chat.

    Example: /e belches loudly after downing the entire mug of ale. Nearby players would see ‘Elphar belches loudly after downing the entire mug of ale.’ (and then everyone would move to the other end of the tavern).

    All of the predefined Emotes allow custom text to be added also. For example, the /AFK command can be customized with your own message.

    Example: /afk I’m taking an important phone call and will be back shortly.

    This customizing ability for the predefined Emotes is where the real power and beauty of the system is found. By using various animated &/or audio enabled Emotes and supplying your own text, you can express literally hundreds (if not thousands) of ideas.

    Here are a few examples:
    · /talk recalls his brush with death… I was fishing near (a really good location) when I was nearly pulled into the water! When he broke the surface, I swear ;target, he was bigger than that 50 pound Salmon on your wall! (Use the /talk animation to tell your friend all about that huge Salmon that got away.)
    · /dustoff nonchalantly brushes the dust from his exquisite (but aging) armor after felling the Goblin Chieftain. “All in a day’s work my friends.” (Use the /dustoff animation to appear completely unaffected by your near defeat.)

    There are a few predefined Emotes that don’t require using either the Menu (even though they may are there) nor actually typing the /emote command. These are automatic emotes that occur whenever you type the text of the command into the chat window:
    • Any typed text ending with a question mark, including a ? by itself, will emote the /shrug animation.
    • Typing lol into say (anywhere in the sentence) will cause you to emote the /laugh animation and audio.
    • Typing bye by itself or at the end of a sentence (with no punctuation) will emote the /wave animation.
    • Typing cry by itself or at the end of a sentence (with no punctuation) will emote the /cry animation and audio.
    There are also a few Idle Emotes. These require nothing from you… literally. While standing around chatting, looking at items in your inventory, or some other activity that leaves your character standing idly by, you will begin to perform these Idle Emotes, and your pet will too (but not while in water). These include:
    • Crossing your arms over your chest.
    • Scratching your arm or your leg.
    • Tapping your toe.
    • Looking around.
    • /Ahem – clearing your throat.
    The following interactions, while not always emotes, have had animation or audio added to them, and could possibly be used along with emotes by really creative players (I haven’t had time to experiment with these yet):
    (See the notes under Standard Emotes below for explanation of the colored letters)
    • Eating food (Au)
    • Drinking beer (Au)
    • Drinking curing potions (Au)
    • Using curing salves (Au)
    • Racial ‘return to X’ skill (An) (reading a map)
    Finally, you will notice that within the filters for the Chat Window tabs there is an Emote filter. You can use this to send your emotes to a particular tab (i.e. a Roleplaying tab, a User Channel tab, or your Kinship/Fellowship tab) instead of sending them to the Main chat window tab, or if you don’t like emotes (please say it isn’t so!), you can turn them off altogether (you will still see the animations and hear them, you just won’t get the messages.) Used in conjunction with the Emotes output channel, you can do pretty much anything you want as far as where they go and who sees them.


    Using the /Alias & /Shortcut commands with Emotes:
    Now we will get into the more technical stuff (but not really difficult)… using the /Alias and /Shortcut commands. Using these two commands you will be able to:
    • Save and use your custom emotes and customized predefined emotes as easily as typing a stock emote.
    • Add emotes to your quickslots
    • Send your emote to a specified chat channel while staying in your current channel
    • String emotes together and then put them on a single quickslot. One click on a button and a whole series of emotes and messages can be used.
    • By going to the Options Panel, Key Mapping, Quickslots, you can assign a key or combination of keys to your new shortcuts.
    The usage for each of these commands is:

    alias -
    • /alias ;<new alias string> <replacement string > - creates a new alias (same as /alias add)
    • /alias add ;<new alias string> <replacement string> - creates a new alias (same as /alias)
    • /alias remove ;<unwanted alias string> - deletes an alias from your alias list
    • /alias list – shows all of your alias’ using two headings: Predefined Aliases (2 currently) and User Created Aliases
    • /alias clear – deletes all of your aliases (same as /alias clearlist)
    • /alias clearlist – deletes all of your aliases (same as /alias clear)
    • /alias shortcut ;<alias string> <shortcut location> - adds an alias to a quickslot as a button
    There are two predefined aliases:
    1. ;target (this is the one we are concerned with while doing our emotes)
    2. ;loc (very useful but has nothing to do with the subject of this compendium)
    shortcut -
    • /shortcut <shortcut location> <text string> - creates a button on a quickslot which is a pseudo-alias.
    Quickslots: 12 per row (numbered from left to right), 6 rows, 72 total
    • Main: 1 – 12 (1 thru =)
    • Row1: 13 – 24 (Ctrl +)
    • Row2: 25 – 36 (Alt +)
    • Row3: 37 – 48 (Shift +)
    • Row4: 49 – 60 (Not assigned)
    • Row5: 61 – 72 (Not assigned)
    Notes:
    • Any button created using either /shortcut or /alias shortcut can be moved to another quickslot location by dragging it from its created slot to any other quickslot, just like any other quickslot icon.
    • To remove any created button from the quickslot bar, simply drag it to the world and drop it (exactly like when you destroy an item). When you do this, a button created with the /shortcut command is gone and must be recreated from scratch if you want to use it again. Even though a mouseover shows the button as ALIAS: <your text> (I call these pseudo-aliases) it is not recorded in the /alias list. On the other hand, a button that is created with the /alias command is not lost. The alias is still available as a typed command using the ;<aliasname> in the chat input bar, and can be put back onto a quickslot. To completely erase an alias, you use the </alias remove> command (or </alias clear> command to remove them all).
    I’ll discuss the /shortcut command first since it is the easiest to use –

    The best way to make use of this command is to simply add the standard, predefined emotes that you use frequently to a quickslot location. To do this, on the chat input line, type /shortcut <the slot number using the quickslots table above> <your emote>

    Example: /shortcut 61 /wave will put a button on your 5th quickslot row at the first position with the name /WAV. If you mouse over the button, you will see ALIAS: /WAVE. Clicking the button will cause you to perform the /wave emote along with the associated output message.

    You can customize the text of the emotes too using just the /shortcut command, but the name of the button will be only the first 4 letters of the text string…

    Example: /shortcut 62 /wave waves vigorously to ;target will cause you to perform the /wave animation but the output text will be ‘<your name> waves vigorously to <target name>’ instead of the standard /wave text of ‘You wave to <target name>’ or ‘You wave to everyone’ with no one targeted. The button, though will have the same name as the shortcut in the first example so the only way to differentiate between the two is with the mouseover.

    You can also add any text you wish using the same syntax, but without using the /alias command to give it a shortened name, the button will again only display the first 4 characters of the sentence…

    Example: /shortcut 63 Good evening everyone! will put a button on your 5th quickslot row at the second position with the name Good. Mousing over it will show ALIAS: Good evening Everyone! And clicking the button will output to the Say channel ‘Good evening everyone!’

    You can have your shortcut go to any channel you want by adding the channel shortcut before your text (but NOT an emote. For that we need the /alias command)…

    Example: /shortcut 64 /ooc Good evening everyone! will send your text to the OOC channel instead of your current channel and will name your button /OOC.


    Chat Channels:
    • /advise – ask for help and advise
    • /emote – all emotes (good to use for testing when creating emotes)
    • /F – Fellowship (if you are in one)
    • /Help – Chat-related help (not an actual channel)
    • /LFF – Looking for Fellowship
    • /K – Kinship (if you are a member of one)
    • /OOC – Out of Character
    • /Officer, /o – Officer Channel of your Kinship/Tribe
    • /RP, /rpc – Role Play
    • /Raid, /ra – A Raid in which you are participating
    • /Regional – Covers the entire region in which you currently occupy.
    • /Say – Your immediate surroundings and the Default channel until you change it.
    • /Tell, /t – Not really a channel but can be used in a shortcut or an alias to send a private message
    • /Trade – Sell and buy
    • /Tribe – Monster Kinship (if you are a member of one)
    • /Uc1, /1 – User created chat channel
    • /Uc2, /2 - User created chat channel
    • /Uc3, /3 - User created chat channel
    • /Uc4, /4 - User created chat channel
    Ok, onto the /alias command.
    First, try to keep your /alias’ name (alias string) as short as possible with 4 characters or less being the optimum since the name of the alias is displayed on the quickslot button. As mentioned above, long names will be truncated (but will show completely upon a mouseover).

    /Alias Notes:
    • An alias can contain simple text, chat commands, emote commands, or other aliases, but cannot be used to perform actions such as skills, traits, movement, combat, gathering resources, etc. There are a few exceptions - /invite, /follow, /friend add, & /ignore add, can be used in an /alias. When used with the ;target alias, this can save a lot of typing!
    • No two aliases may have the same name. Each alias name must be unique (i.e. ;Hi, ;Hi1, ;Hi2)
    • Two commands cannot occupy the same alias even if the commands are in separate aliases which have been joined into one alias. The first command will always nullify the second and the nullified command will appear as text within the output.
    • Any text added before or after an alias will be displayed with any text within the alias.
    • When typing an alias that contains a chat command into the chat bar, any text added after the alias will be displayed along with the alias text, but text added before the alias will nullify the command within the alias.
      • Example: You create an alias named ;afkf with the /f inside to send your AFK message to your Fellowship (/alias ;afkf /f I’ll be back shortly.) This will send ‘I’ll be back shortly.’ to your Fellowship channel. If you type ;afkf Don’t go away!, this will send ‘I’ll be back shortly. Don’t go away!’ to your Fellowship. But if you type Hey group, ;afkf Don’t go away!, the “Hey group” will nullify the /f within the ;afkf alias and ‘Hey group, /f I’ll be back shortly. Don’t go away’ will be sent to your current default channel.
    • When adding an alias that includes ;target to a shortcut, do not have anything targeted or that particular target will be bound to the shortcut.
    • If you use the ;target alias within another alias and have no target when using the alias, the message will display ‘;target’ as part of the text.
    Example:
    /alias ;bow /bow bows respectfully before ;target will cause you to perform the /bow emote animation and display ‘<your name> bows respectfully before <target name>’ (If you have no one targeted, the output will be ‘<your name> bows respectfully before ;target’
    /alias shortcut ;bow <quickslot number> puts your ;bow alias on the quickslot number of your choice and the button will display ;BOW.

    (Continued below)
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Standard Emote Commands & Descriptions

    The following commands are not really Emotes in the purest sense of the term, but I am including them because of their strong connection to, or use of, emote messages and/or animations. Think of these as…

    Emote Tools:
    • /AFK(An)(P*) Away From Keyboard – Quite a few things happen when you use the /afk emote:
      • This puts the tag <AFK> above your head (prefixed to your name) to let others know that you are not sitting at your keyboard (or you just aren’t responding at the moment).
      • You see the message ‘You are now AFK with the message, I am currently away from my keyboard..’
      • The message ‘<YOUR name> goes AFK.’ is shown to those around you.
      • It will send a reply to any /tell to you – ‘I am currently away from my keyboard’. You can personalize your AFK message as noted above.
      • You beginning with crossing your arms across your chest for a moment.
      • AFK is not on the Emote menu and must be typed.
      • * /AFK must be cancelled by typing /AFK again and you see the message ‘You are no longer AFK’. Other actions will not cancel the player-initiated AFK. Because of this, other Emotes can be used while the AFK is active.
      • The /away emote is no longer a valid alternative for /afk and returns the message ‘Unknown Command’
      • (Note that you will automatically go AFK if there is no mouse nor keyboard activity within a certain amount of time and will receive the message ‘You have been marked as being AFK due to inactivity’. In this case, AFK is NOT persistent and any action (even a slight mouse movement) will cancel the AFK status and give you the message ‘You are no longer AFK’. During this type of AFK you will perform idle emotes.)
    • /Alias – Used to create macros for your emotes (and other things). (See the guide to using these in the previous section)
    • /Anon – Your character become anonymous. (usage: /anon <ON off>)
    • /Duel, /Spar – Used to fight another player if a challenge is accepted. Emotes are a great way to add some ‘character’ to a duel! (usage: /duel <TARGET name>)
    • /e, /em, /me, /emote – All are the same command and are used to begin an emote that is not defined in the lists below. (usage: /emote <TEXT>)
    • /emotelist – Lists all of your currently available emotes. (This list is not in alphabetical order)
    • /filter – Allows you to set the filters for a tab. Using this you can send your emotes to exactly where you want them to go. (usage: /filter <TAB><ADD show remove><TYPE>) (NOTE – This command is not working currently and returns the message ‘Unknown Command’, but the /filterlist command does still function.)
    • /filterlist – Shows the list of filters which includes the emote filter.
    • /Help – Do you really need an explanation? If you do, then you REALLY need /help! (usage: /help <CMD_NAME>)
    • /Localtime – Gives your local time.
    • /msg, /t, /tell, /w, /whisper - All are the same command and are used send a private message to another player. (usage: /tell <TARGET name><MESSAGE>)
    • /Music(P) - This is a special Emote (well, technically, its not an Emote at all). You don’t really perform an action or even say anything. But since you do perform actions once in-mode and playing your instrument, I decided to include it here. This puts you into the Music mode, allowing you to play a musical instrument using the music system of LOTRO which is quite impressive.
      • You cannot enter this mode without a musical instrument equipped.
      • This is not in the Emote list and must be typed.
      • Entering the Music mode will interrupt persistent emotes like /sit and /liedown.
      • You do not perform the Idle Emotes (animations) while in Music mode.
      • For more on this, visit the Music System Forum under Gameplay which includes some great Guides and discussions.
    • /r, /reply – Used to reply to a /tell (usage: /reply <MESSAGE>)
    • /rp – Used to set the ‘Role Playing’ flag for your character. (usage: /rp <ON off>)
    • /rt, /retell – Used to retell a message (usage: /retell <MESSAGE>)
    • /Servertime – Gives your server’s time.
    • /Shortcut – Used to create shortcut buttons for use in the Quickslots… in our case, our emotes and/or aliases. (See the guide to using these in the previous section)
    Selections (Handy when using ;target in an emote.)
    Note that if you have remapped these in your Options Panel, change accordingly!
    • Select Self -- \
    • Select Nearest Foe -- Backspace
    • Select Next Foe -- Tab
    • Select Previous Foe -- Shift + Tab
    • Select Fellow 1 -- F1
    • Select Fellow 2 -- F2
    • Select Fellow 3 -- F3
    • Select Fellow 4 -- F4
    • Select Fellow 5 -- F5
    • Select Fellow 6 -- F6
    • Select Nearest Fellow -- F8
    • Select Nearest Player -- Ctrl + Tab or F9
    • Select Next Player -- Shift + F9
    • Select Previous Player -- Ctrl + F9
    • Select Nearest NPC -- F10
    • Select Next NPC -- Shift + F10
    • Select Previous NPC -- Ctrl + F10
    • Select Nearest Item -- Delete
    • Assist -- F
    Notes:
    • Many Emotes have an animation which your character performs. These are indicated with an (An) [the new animations being added with Book 14 are(An^)]
    • Some Emotes have audio attached to the action. These are indicated with an (Au)
    • Some Emotes are persistent while most are performed once and then stop. These persistent Emotes will continue until you perform another action, use a skill, or cancel it. The persistent Emotes are indicated with a (P)
    • All of the following the Emote descriptions (except /AFK above) are followed by four lines:
      • This is the message you see if you have yourself or nothing targeted.
      • This is the message you see with someone or something targeted.
      • This is the message others see if you have yourself or nothing targeted.
      • This is the message others see with someone or something targeted.
    • Emotes may be used at anytime, anywhere, except while crafting.
    • Weapons disappear when crafting, playing music, and when doing most emotes. Some emotes will still show the weapons when appropriate.
    • Book 14 is adding 3 (NEW) emotes and adding animation to 12 existing emotes (An^)!
    Standard Emotes:
    • /Agree (An) - You nod your head in agreement.
      • You agree.
      • You agree with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>agrees.
      • <YOUR name>agrees with <TARGET name>.
    • /Ahem(An^) – A polite clearing of the throat (no audio).
      • You cough politely. Ahem!
      • You direct a polite cough at <TARGET name>. Ahem!
      • <YOUR name>coughs politely. Ahem!
      • <YOUR name>coughs politely at <TARGET name>. Ahem!
    • /Angry (An) – You shake your fist in the air and yell (but again there is no audio – we need a shout here!).
      • You get angry.
      • You are angry with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>appears angry.
      • <YOUR name>is angry with <TARGET name>.
    • /Assist – Either you need assistance or you are going to assist someone.
      • You need assistance!
      • You decide to assist <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>need assistance!
      • <YOUR name>will assist <TARGET name>.
    • /Attack – You want to attack something, ANYTHING!
      • It is time to attack!
      • You want to attack <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>wants to start the attack!
      • <YOUR name>wants to attack <TARGET name>.
    • /Beckon (An) – You make a beckoning motion with your arm & hand.
      • You beckon to no-one in particular.
      • You beckon to <TARGET name>.<YOUR name>
      • <YOUR name>beckons to no-one in particular.
      • <YOUR name>beckons to <TARGET name>.
    • /Beg(An) – You drop to one knee and beg.
      • You beg for help.
      • You beg <TARGET name>for help.
      • <YOUR name>begs for help.
      • <YOUR name>begs <TARGET name>.
    • /Bio (An) – You cross your knees and clutch your groin – You need to answer the call of nature BADLY!
      • You go off for a bio break.
      • You go off for a bio break.
      • <YOUR name>goes off for a bio break.
      • <YOUR name>goes off to relieve (himself/herself).
    • /Blush – You blush.
      • You blush crimson.
      • You blush when you glance at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>blushes crimson red.
      • <YOUR name>glances at <TARGET name>and blushes.
    • /Bored(An) – You yawn and stretch and shake your head. Not very subtle, are you.
      • You look bored.
      • You yawn at <TARGET name>in boredom.
      • <YOUR name>looks rather bored.
      • <YOUR name>yawns at <TARGET name>in boredom.
    • /Bother(An) – You become a real pain-in-the-butt talking and gesturing foolishly. (Same animation as /calm, /story, and /talk)
      • You try to bother anyone around you.
      • You try to bother <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is being a bother.
      • <YOUR name>tries to bother <TARGET name>.
    • /Bow(An) – You bend your knees with arm across chest and bow your head.
      • You bow.
      • You bow deeply before <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>bows deeply.
      • <YOUR name>bows deeply before <TARGET name>.
    • /BRBBe-Right-Back – You have to leave for a moment.
      • You’ll be back shortly…
      • <TARGET name>should wait, you’ll be right back…
      • <YOUR name>will be right back…
      • <YOUR name>informs <TARGET name>that (she’ll/he’ll) be right back…
    • /Burp(An^) (Au) – You unceremoniously let out a belch (even though quite rude, it is far better than the alternative gas release).
      • Burp!
      • You burp at <TARGET name>. How rude!
      • <YOUR name>burps loudly.
      • <YOUR name>burps at <TARGET name>. How rude!
    • /Bye(An) - You wave your raised hand.
      • You wave goodbye.
      • You wave goodbye to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>waves goodbye.
      • <YOUR name>waves goodbye to <TARGET name>.
    • /Calm(An) - You try to calm everyone down. (Same animation as /bother, /story, and /talk)
      • You try to calm everyone down.
      • You try to calm <TARGET name>down.
      • <YOUR name>encourages everyone to remain calm.
      • <YOUR name>encourages <TARGET name>to stay calm.
    • /Charge (An^) Indicates you are charging.
      • You start to charge.
      • You start to charge <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>starts to charge.
      • <YOUR name>starts to charge <TARGET name>.
    • /Cheer(An) – You raise your arms and cheer (again no audio!).
      • You cheer.
      • You cheer at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>cheers.
      • <YOUR name>cheers at <TARGET name>.
    • /Chuckle (NEW) (An^) (Au) You cover your mouth and chuckle.
      • You chuckle.
      • You chuckle at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>chuckles.
      • <YOUR name>chuckles at <TARGET name>.
    • /Clap (An^) You clap (no animation so I guess the arms have become temporarily paralyzed – need some animation here Devs!)
      • You clap your hands.
      • You clap for <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>claps (his/her) hands.
      • <YOUR name>claps for <TARGET name>.
    • /Confused(An) – You spread your arms and scratch your head – I’m SO confused!
      • You look confused.
      • You look at <TARGET name>in confusion.
      • <YOUR name>looks confused.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>in confusion.
    • /Congratulate(An^) - You give congratulations for a job well done.
      • You congratulate everyone. Well done!
      • You congratulate <TARGET name>. Good job!
      • <YOUR name>congratulates everyone for a job well done.
      • <YOUR name>congratulates <TARGET name>for a job well done.
    • /Cough (An) (Au) – You raise your hand to your mouth and bend slightly as you cough. (Perhaps you should lay off the pipeweed for a while.)
      • You cough.
      • You give <TARGET name>a polite cough. (The animation and audio don’t quite fit this one.)
      • <YOUR name>coughs.
      • <YOUR name>gives <TARGET name>a polite cough.
    • /Cower (An) – You step back spreading your arms and yell (scream?) in fear, then drop down to your knee, covering your head with your hands. (Geesh! Buck-up there you wimp!)
      • You cower in fear.
      • You cower in fear before <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>cowers in fear!
      • <YOUR name>cowers in fear before <TARGET name>.
    • /Crazy(An) - This emote causes you to mime insanity. You point with one hand and give the universal sign of crazy (pointing at your temple and twirling your finger) with the other.
      • You look a little crazy.
      • You indicate that <TARGET name>may be crazy.
      • <YOUR name>looks a little crazy.
      • <YOUR name>signs that <TARGET name>may be crazy.
    • /Cry(An)(Au) – You cry while covering your face with your hands and bobbing your shoulders. (Ummm, these are heroes and heroines? At least the enemy won’t be able to fight… they’ll be laughing too hard.) (Same animation and audio as /sad)
      • You begin to cry.
      • You begin to cry.
      • <YOUR name>starts crying.
      • <YOUR name>starts crying.
    • /Curtsey - You curtsey for those around you. (Thank the Gods that there is no animation for this. The females would look good, but a curtseying male Dwarf or a male Ranger is just not something I want to see.)
      • You curtsey politely.
      • You give <TARGET name>a polite curtsey.
      • <YOUR name>curtseys politely.
      • <YOUR name><YOUR name>gives <TARGET name>a polite curtsey.
    • /Dance(An)(P) - This is the first and most basic of many dances (including some special dances discussed later). You clap your hands and tap your foot. (Even if you have two left feet you should be able to do this dance step.)
      • You dance around.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Dance1(An) – You dance a jig.
      • You dance around.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Dance2(An) – You do a very strange step which kinda looks like a magician doing a trick that isn’t quite working… well, that’s what it looks like to me anyway.
      • You dance around.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Dance3(An) – You have suddenly stepped on hot coals! No, wait. Ummm… you do a very high-kicking, sophisticated dance step.
      • You dance around.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Drink(An) (Au) – You pull a full mug from a hidden pocket and quench your thirst. (I need one of these in RL!) (Note that you do not need any beverage to use this emote nor will you use any currently in your inventory. You also will not suffer the effects associated with imbibing alcohol.)
      • You drink.
      • You drink to <TARGET name>’s health.
      • <YOUR name>takes a drink.
      • <YOUR name>drinks to <TARGET name>’s health.
    • /Drool – Drool dribbles from your mouth. (You’ve either had one to many ‘potions’ or you have earned your senility trait. Either way, you really shouldn’t be wandering around alone.)
      • You drool a little.
      • You droll a little at <TARGET name>. (If he or she or it is really hot, then we will forgive you.)
      • <YOUR name>drools a little.
      • <YOUR name>drools a little at <TARGET name>.
    • /Dustoff (An) – You brush the dust from your pants and shirt with your hands.
      • You dust yourself off.
      • You dust yourself off.
      • <YOUR name>dusts (herself/himself) off.
      • <YOUR name>dusts (herself/himself) off.
    • /Eat (An) – You pull a snack from your belt pouch and eat it. (Note that you do not need any food to use this emote nor will you use any currently in your inventory.)
      • You have a little bite to eat.
      • You have a little bite to eat.
      • <YOUR name>has a little bite to eat.
      • <YOUR name>has a little bite to eat.
    • /Faint(An) (Au) (P) – Like a good silent movie, you swoon, put your forearm to your forehead (palm out), then collapse onto your side. (This one is hilarious in the right circumstances! – Your high level Dwarf tank faints dead away upon seeing the Giant he is supposed to stand toe-to-toe {or chin-to-toe} with, etc… you get the picture)
      • You faint dead away.
      • You glance at <TARGET name>and faint dead away.
      • <YOUR name>faints dead away.
      • <YOUR name>glances at <TARGET name>and swoons.
    • /Fidget(An^) – You fidget due inactivity, a lot on your mind, or a bad case of nerves (or no nerve as the case may be).
      • You fidget restlessly
      • You glance at <TARGET name>and fidget nervously.
      • <YOUR name>is fidgeting restlessly.
      • <YOUR name>glances at <TARGET name>and fidgets restlessly.
    • /Fight – You are feeling ornery and BAD (or are just having a bad hair day) and are ready to fight anyone or anything.
      • You want to start a fight!
      • You are ready to fight <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>wants to start a fight.
      • <YOUR name>seems ready to fight <TARGET name>.
    • /Flex(An) – You make a muscle and point at it, nodding with pride. (Look at THOSE pipes buddy! No more sand kicked in my face!)
      • You flex mightily!
      • You flex mightily before <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>flexes mightily!
      • <YOUR name>flexes mightily before <TARGET name>.
    • /Flirt(An) – You make a series of gestures and poses that are the Middle Earth equivalent of flirting. (WARNING! Please DO NOT try this at home or in a public place. Bad things will happen to you if you do! This is a public service announcement.)
      • You flirt with yourself. Interesting. (You are one sick puppy)
      • You flirt with <TARGET name>. (This works really well with Orcs and Goblins and/or their leaders. Just be careful of the one that smiles at you and winks… it could get messy.)
      • <YOUR name>seems to be flirting with (herself/himself). That’s really more than you needed to know.
      • <YOUR name>starts flirting with <TARGET name>.
    • /Followme (An) You wave your hand indicating others should follow you. (This animation really needs a tweak) (Same animation as /wave).
      • You indicate that you should be followed.
      • You tell <TARGET name>to follow.
      • <YOUR name>wants everyone to follow.
      • <YOUR name>tells <TARGET name>to follow.
    • /Giggle(An) (Au) - You hold your belly and giggle rather hardily. (Same animation and audio as /laugh and /lol)
      • You giggle uncontrollably.
      • You giggle uncontrollably at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>giggles uncontrollably.
      • <YOUR name>giggles uncontrollably at <TARGET name>.
    • /Grumble – Things just aren’t going your way so you resort to grumbling.
      • You grumble about this and that.
      • You grumble at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>grumbles about this and that.
      • <YOUR name>grumbles at <TARGET name>.
    • /Hail (NEW)(An^) – You do a pseudo-salute, hand to forehead, then swing your arm forward.
      • You hail everyone.
      • You hail <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>hails everyone.
      • <YOUR name>hails <TARGET name>.
    • /Handstand(An) – You perform an impressive one-handed handstand.
      • You perform a handstand.
      • You perform a handstand for <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>performs a handstand!
      • <YOUR name>performs a handstand for <TARGET name>.
    • /Hug – You’re just feeling all warm and cuddly so you hug someone.
      • You hug yourself. Don’t you feel better? (This is really sad.)
      • You give <TARGET name>a big hug. (I usually get /slap-ped right here because I tend to hug low… NM)
      • <YOUR name>hugs (himself/herself) and seems happier.
      • <YOUR name>gives <TARGET name>a big hug.
    • /Impatient(An) – You shake your head and let out an exasperated sigh. You are tired of this delay!
      • You seem impatient – let’s get on with it!
      • You look at <TARGET name>impatiently.
      • <YOUR name>looks quite impatient.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>impatiently.
    • /Innocent - You indicate that you are innocent. (Yeah. Right.)
      • Who, me?
      • You let <TARGET name>know that you are innocent.
      • <YOUR name>acts innocent.
      • <YOUR name>lets <TARGET name>know (she/he) is innocent.
    • /Kiss(An)Kill-It-Soon-Silly – No. Not really. You throw a kiss.
      • You pucker up – but who are you kissing exactly?
      • You kiss <TARGET name>. (This has an even better effect on Orcs, etc. than /flirt. You ARE taunting aren’t you?!)
      • <YOUR name>puckers up.
      • <YOUR name>kisses <TARGET name>.
    • /Kneel (An) – You drop to one knee, elbow to other knee, with fist to bowed head. Then sweep the arms back, chest out. The classic and proper show of respect to your Liege or to royalty.
      • You kneel.
      • You kneel before <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>kneels.
      • <YOUR name>kneels before <TARGET name>.
    • /Laugh(An) (Au) – You laugh. (Same animation and audio as /giggle and /lol)
      • You laugh.
      • You laugh at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>laughs.
      • <YOUR name>laughs at <TARGET name>.
    • /Liedown(An) (P) – You lie on your back, one knee bent and moving slightly side-to-side.
      • You lie down.
      • You lie down next to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>lies down.
      • <YOUR name>lies down next to <TARGET name>.
    • /LOL(An) (Au) - Laugh Out Loud – You laugh out loud. (Same animation and audio as /giggle and /laugh)
      • You laugh out loud.
      • You laugh out loud at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>laughs out loud.
      • <YOUR name>laughs out loud at <TARGET name>.
    • /Look(An) – You shield your eyes with your open hand and look. (Same animation as /Lookaround)
      • You peer into the distance.
      • You look at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>peers into the distance.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>.
    • /Lookaround(An) - You look around. (Same animation as /Look)
      • You look around.
      • You look at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>looks around.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>.
    • /Mock(An) – You put your thumbs to the side of your head, waggling your fingers and stick out your tongue.
      • You make a mockery of yourself.
      • You mock <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>makes a mockery of (herself/himself).
      • <YOUR name>openly mocks <TARGET name>.
    • /Mourn(An) – You hang your head with drooped shoulders, then put your hand to your forehead and shake your head mournfully.
      • You mourn for the sorry state of the world.
      • You mourn the fate of <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>falls into mourning.
      • <YOUR name>mourns the fate of <TARGET name>.
    • /Mumble - You mumble incoherently.
      • You mumble something.
      • You mumble at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>mumbles something. Speak up!
      • <YOUR name>mumbles at <TARGET name>. Speak up!
    • /Munch (An)(P) You pull a loaf from your pouch and eat continuously.
      • You munch on some food.
      • You munch on some food.
      • <YOUR name>munches on some food.
      • <YOUR name>munches on some food.
    • /No(An) – You shake your head and put you hand up, palm out – No.
      • Nope. You don’t think so.
      • You indicate ‘no’ to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>shakes (his/her) head. No way.
      • <YOUR name>shakes (his/her) head ‘no’ to <TARGET name>.
    • /Nothing – You don’t do anything. (Uh, this is an Emote?!)
      • You do nothing. (Exciting aren’t you.)
      • You don’t do anything to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>does nothing.
      • <YOUR name>doesn’t do anything to <TARGET name>.
    • /OOP(An)Out-Of-Power - You shrug your shoulders and partially lift your hands, palm up. (Kinda nonchalant considering the possible seriousness of the situation). Absolutely the very worse Emote you’ll ever see while engaged in that big battle when it comes from your Healer… Rruunnnnnnn!!!!!
      • You announce that you are out of power.
      • You indicate you are out of power to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is out of power.
      • <YOUR name>indicates (she/he) is out of power to <TARGET name>.
    • /Pat – You pat something… (see my note for when I /hug <TARGET name>)
      • You pat your belly happily.
      • You pat <TARGET name>on the head. (On the HEAD?! I guess that’s safer than… NM)
      • <YOUR name>pats (her/his) belly happily.
      • <YOUR name>pats <TARGET name>on the head.
    • /Pick(An) – You reach behind and unceremoniously pull that wedgie from between your cheeks, then shiver with satisfaction. (Wedgie – The armor-clad warrior’s greatest nemesis)
      • You pick an uncomfortable wedgie.
      • You pick an uncomfortable wedgie. (Oh well. You can only /pick your own. /sigh)
      • <YOUR name>picks a wedgie. How uncouth.
      • <YOUR name>picks at (her/his) trousers. How uncouth.
    • /Point(An) – You raise your arm and point. Great to show someone which direction when asked for help to find a location.
      • You point into the distance.
      • You point at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>points something out.
      • <YOUR name>points at <TARGET name>.
    • /Poke(An^) – Poke, poke, poke. (Works really well with /bother).
      • You poke yourself. Odd.
      • You poke <TARGET name>. Hey!
      • <YOUR name>pokes (herself/himself). Strange.
      • <YOUR name>pokes <TARGET name>. Hey!
    • /Pose(An) – You do the classic muscle builders’ poses. (Ate your Hobbit Wheaties this morning huh.)
      • You pose!
      • You pose before <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>poses!
      • <YOUR name>poses before <TARGET name>.
    • /Pushups (An) – You drop into pushup position, then proceed to do a series of ONE-handed pushups. Almost as impressive as /handstand! (You stud you. Would it be stude, wostud, or festud for females?)
      • You dropand start pushing.
      • You drop and start pushing.
      • <YOUR name>drops and starts doing pushups.
      • <YOUR name>drops and starts doing pushups.
    • /Ready - You indicate your readiness to get on with business.
      • You are ready.
      • You indicate to <TARGET name>that you are ready.
      • <YOUR name>is ready.
      • <YOUR name>indicates to <TARGET name>that (he/she) is ready.
    • /Rest – You’re tired and need a rest. (Either you didn’t eat your Hobbit Wheaties this morning or you have iron-poor blood. What do you think those iron deposits are for dummy?!)
      • You need to rest for a bit.
      • You ask <TARGET name>to stop for a short rest.
      • <YOUR name>asks for a short rest.
      • <YOUR name>asks <TARGET name>to stop for a short rest.
    • /Roar(An) – You throw your head back, arms outstretched, fists clenched, and let out a roar! (Silent but deadly? No. Wait. That’s something else. We need an audio for this one too to avoid confusion.)
      • You let out a mighty ROAR!
      • You ROAR at <TARGET name>!
      • <YOUR name>lets out a mighty ROAR!
      • <YOUR name>roars at <TARGET name>!
    • /Rude(An) – You point, then slice a finger across your throat. (I had another gesture in mind that would be a lot more rude. What’s so rude about slicing someone’s throat? Uncomfortable, yes. Scary, yes. Rude, I don’t think so.)
      • You make a rude gesture towards no-one in particular.
      • You gesture rudely at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>makes a rude gesture.
      • <YOUR name>gestures rudely towards <TARGET name>.
    • /Sad(An)(Au) – Middle Earth is a sad, sad world indeed what with all the slaying and maiming and gold-farming spammers and... Oops! Wrong topic that last one. (Same animation and audio as /cry).
      • You look sad
      • You become sad with <TARGET name>. (must be contagious!)
      • <YOUR name>looks sad.
      • <YOUR name>becomes sad with <TARGET name>.
    • /Salute(An)(Au) – You click your heels together and salute with precision (better than most new recruits I knew!)… A classic military salute.
      • You salute smartly.
      • You give <TARGET name>a quick salute.
      • <YOUR name>snaps off a quick salute.
      • <YOUR name>salutes <TARGET name>.
    • /Scold(An) – You wag your finger sternly.
      • Who are you scolding?
      • You scold <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>seems to be scolding someone.
      • <YOUR name>scolds <TARGET name>.
    • /Scratch(An) – You scratch your arm (bugs biting?)
      • You scratch uncomfortably.
      • You scratch uncomfortably.
      • <YOUR name>begins scratching (himself/herself) uncomfortably.
      • <YOUR name>begins scratching (himself/herself) uncomfortably.
    • /Shakefist (An) – You shake your fist angrily.
      • You shake your fist in the air.
      • You shake your fist angrily at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>shakes (his/her) fist in the air.
      • <YOUR name>shakes (his/her) fist angrily at <TARGET name>!
    • /Shiver(An^) - You shiver either from cold or fear.
      • You shiver for a moment.
      • You look at <TARGET name>and shiver.
      • <YOUR name>shivers for a moment.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>and shivers.
    • /Shrug(An) – You don’t have a clue. (Same animation as /OOP)
      • You shrug.
      • You shrug at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>shrugs.
      • <YOUR name>shrugs at <TARGET name>.
    • /Sigh(An)(Au) – Your arms and shoulders droop, then with a deep breath your chest expands, shoulders go back, and you let out a sigh.
      • You sigh.
      • You sigh at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>sighs.
      • <YOUR name>sighs at <TARGET name>.
    • /Sit(An) (Au) (P) – You sit down. Normally, you will get down and sit cross-legged. If there is a usable chair, stool or bench and the object is behind you, you will sit on the chair, etc. The chair will shift position depending on which way you are actually facing when you issue the /sit command.
      • You sit.
      • You sit with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>sits down.
      • <YOUR name>sits with <TARGET name>.
    • /Slap (An^) - You slap someone across the cheek.
      • You slap yourself on the cheek
      • You slap <TARGET name>on the cheek.
      • <YOUR name>slaps (herself/himself) on the cheek.
      • <YOUR name>slaps <TARGET name>on the cheek.
    • /Smackhead (An) (Au) – You smack your forehead with your hand and shake your head. (DOH!)
      • You smack your head. Idiot!
      • You smack your head. Idiot!
      • <YOUR name>smacks (herself0himself) on the forehead.
      • <YOUR name>smacks (herself0himself) on the forehead.
    • /Smoke (An) (P) – You pull a lit pipe from your fireproof pouch and smoke some pipeweed. (Here’s another one I need in RL) (Note that you do NOT need any pipeweed to use this emote nor will you use any currently in your inventory, but using pipeweed will give different animations for the various types.)
      • You begin to smoke.
      • You begin to smoke with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins to smoke.
      • <YOUR name>begins to smoke with <TARGET name>.
    • /Smoke1 (An) – You begin to smoke your pipe but start coughing. (must be some bad weed)
      • You choke on your pipe smoke.
      • You choke on your pipe smoke.
      • <YOUR name>chokes on (her/his) pipe smoke.
      • <YOUR name>chokes on (her/his) pipe smoke.
    • /Sorry(An) – You apologize. (Same animation as /beg)
      • Oops. That was your mistake.
      • You apologize to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is very sorry for that.
      • <YOUR name>apologizes to <TARGET name>.
    • /Stare – You stare intensely. (Stare-down anyone? - Spider challenges not accepted.)
      • You stare off into space.
      • You give <TARGET name>a good, hard stare.
      • <YOUR name>stares off at nothing.
      • <YOUR name>gives <TARGET name>a hard stare down. (spelling bug here. Should be ‘stare-down’)
    • /Story(An) - You begin weaving your tale of intrigue for all who will listen (great for those fish stories about the monster that got away.) (Same animation as /bother, /calm, and /talk)
      • You tell a story.
      • You tell a story to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>tells a story.
      • <YOUR name>tells a story to <TARGET name>.
    • /Stretch - You stretch indicating that you are ready.
      • You stretch your muscles. Time for adventure!
      • You make sure <TARGET name>notices you're stretching. You are ready for some adventure!
      • <YOUR name>stretches out (his/her) muscles. It’s time for adventure.
      • <YOUR name>stretches to catch <TARGET name>’s attention. Someone is ready for adventure!
    • /Surrender(An) – You wave a tiny white flag on a stick that you carry with you. (Better than /beg-ging for your life I suppose. Perhaps you should go back to farming or tailoring… something nice and safe.)
      • You surrender!
      • You surrender to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>surrenders!
      • <YOUR name>surrenders to <TARGET name>!
    • /Sweat - You start sweating. (A cooler climate may help. Anyone have an anti-perspirent salve?)
      • You sweat a bit.
      • <TARGET name>causes you to sweat a bit.
      • <YOUR name>sweats a bit.
      • <TARGET name>is causing <YOUR name>to sweat a bit.
    • /Talk(An) - You talk and talk and talk. (Same animation as /bother, /calm, and /story)
      • You chatter away to anyone willing to listen.
      • You talk with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is chatting with everyone nearby.
      • <YOUR name>talks with <TARGET name>.
    • /Tantrum(An) – You stomp your feet, clench your fists, jump up and down, and shake you fist in the air, hollering all the while. (How old are you?)
      • You throw a violent tantrum.
      • You launch a violent tantrum at <TARGET name>!
      • <YOUR name>throws a violent tantrum.
      • <YOUR name>launches into a violent tantrum towards <TARGET name>!
    • /Tear – Even Heroes and Heroines shed a tear now and then. (Dust got in my eye)
      • You shed a single tear.
      • You shed a single tear for <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>sheds a single tear.
      • <YOUR name>sheds a single tear for <TARGET name>.
    • /Thank(An) – With palms together at chest level, you nod and extend a hand in thanks.
      • You give a hearty thank-you to those around.
      • You thank <TARGET name>heartily for her help!
      • <YOUR name>gives a hearty thank-you to everyone nearby.
      • <YOUR name>thanks <TARGET name>heartily for (her/his) help!
    • /Think(An^) – You use your mind for a change and think things through.
      • You think about what’s next.
      • You think about <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>thinks for a moment.
      • <YOUR name>thinks about <TARGET name>.
    • /Wait – You need a little more time. (Now you’re /think-ing too much.)
      • You make it obvious you want to wait.
      • You ask <TARGET name>to wait.
      • <YOUR name>seems to want to wait.
      • <YOUR name>asks <TARGET name>to wait.
    • /Wave(An) – You wave. (Same animation as /followme)
      • You wave to everyone.
      • You wave to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>waves to everyone.
      • <YOUR name>waves to <TARGET name>.
    • /Whippitydo (NEW)(An^) You twirl your hand in the air in mock bravado.
      • You are SO excited.
      • You don't seem so thrilled with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>doesn't seem so thrilled.
      • <YOUR name>doesn't seem that thrilled with <TARGET name>.
    • /Whistle – You curl your tongue and blow through your teeth, or you purse your lips and blow. You whistle. (If you can’t, just pretend your mouth is dry and take a /drink.)
      • You whistle. Over here!
      • You whistle at <TARGET name>. Hey there. (Use this to get their attention, then /flirt… works every time! You believe me don’t you. I also have a bridge for sale in Moria!)
      • <YOUR name>whistles out loud.
      • <YOUR name>whistles at <TARGET name>.
    • /Wince(An^) – You shrink back involuntarily.
      • You involuntarily wince. (Is it possible to wince voluntarily?)
      • You look at <TARGET name>and wince involuntarily.
      • <YOUR name>winces suddenly.
      • <YOUR name>looks at <TARGET name>and winces suddenly.
    • /Wink – You eyelid closes then… ****! You know what a wink is.
      • You wink. You know what's going on. (Sure you do. Probably an eye spasm.)
      • You wink at <TARGET name>. Let (her/him) wonder...
      • <YOUR name>winks. Does (he/she) know something?
      • <YOUR name>winks at <TARGET name>. Interesting.
    • /Yawn(An^) – Been a long adventure with little sleep. You yawn. (Now look what you’ve done. Everyone in the Fellowship is yawning.)
      • You let out a big yawn.
      • You yawn at <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>lets out a big yawn.
      • <YOUR name>yawns at <TARGET name>.
    • /Yes(An) – You nod your head. (This is not in the Emotes list and must be typed.) (Same animation as /agree)
      • You agree.
      • You agree with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>nods in agreement.
      • <YOUR name>nods in agreement with <TARGET name>.
    Mood Command Description

    Notes:
    • All Moods are persistent and will continue indefinitely until changed or you log out. In the latter case, Logging back in returns you to the default /mood_calm.
    • Because Moods are persistent, you can use other Emotes while in a mood. This can lead to some pretty hilarious or very effective combinations.
    • Mood Emotes put an expression on your face (mostly effecting the eyes, eyebrows, and mouth) befitting of that particular mood. This is the only animation associated with Moods.
    • No Mood has an audio component.
    Standard Moods:
    • /Mood_Angry – Your eyes narrow and you bare your clenched teeth often.
      • You are angry
      • You are angry at <TARGET name>
      • <YOUR name>is angry.
      • <YOUR name>is angry at <TARGET name>.
    • /Mood_Apprehensive – Your eyes widen and your mouth opens sideways.
      • You are apprehensive.
      • You are apprehensive of <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is apprehensive.
      • <YOUR name>is apprehensive of <TARGET name>.
    • /Mood_Calm – This is the default mood. Your face is calm and relaxed.
      • You are calm.
      • You are calmed by <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is calm.
      • <YOUR name>is calmed by <TARGET name>.
    • /Mood_Confused – Eyes, eyebrows, and mouth open and close, move up and down and sideways… you look like a blithering idiot. (Are you confused or just having a seizure?)
      • You are confused.
      • You are confused by <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is confused.
      • <YOUR name>is confused by <TARGET name>.
    • /Mood_Fearful – Eyes wide and darting side-to-side, mouth agape.
      • You are fearful.
      • You are fearful of <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is fearful.
      • <YOUR name>is fearful of <TARGET name>.
    • /Mood_Happy – Your eyes are happy and you have a huge smile on your face.
      • You are happy.
      • <TARGET name>has made you happy.
      • <YOUR name>is happy.
      • <TARGET name>has made <YOUR name>happy.
    • /Mood_Mischievous – Half a grin and shifting eyes… you can almost read your mind.
      • You are mischievous.
      • <TARGET name>has made you mischievous.
      • <YOUR name>is mischievous.
      • <TARGET name>has made <YOUR name>mischievous.
    • /Mood_Sad – Corners of your mouth droop and your eyes are slightly wider.
      • You are sad.
      • <TARGET name>has made you sad.
      • <YOUR name>is sad.
      • <TARGET name>has made <YOUR name>sad.
    • /Mood_Sleepy – Eyes look lazy and mostly shut. You yawn a lot.
      • You are sleepy.
      • <TARGET name>has made you sleepy.
      • <YOUR name>is sleepy.
      • <TARGET name>has made <YOUR name>sleepy.
    • /Mood_Solemn – Jaws set, eyes narrowed… intense look.
      • You are solemn.
      • <TARGET name>has made you solemn.
      • <YOUR name>is solemn.
      • <TARGET name>has made <YOUR name>solemn.
    • /Mood_Surprised – Eyes and mouth wide open.
      • You are surprised.
      • You are surprised by <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>is surprised.
      • <YOUR name>is surprised by <TARGET name>.
    (Continued below)
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Special Quest and Hidden Emotes & Titles

    The following sections contain all of the known Emotes and Titles that you can unlock by completing various Quests, Deeds, or Events.
    • Players receive a message with a description and trigger command when a new emote is granted.
    • Quests that give emotes as rewards, such as the Spring Festival Dance Quests, show the emote you will receive in the quest display.
    • Hidden emotes and titles will not appear in your Quest Journal. When the requirements are met, you receive the reward.
    Festival Dance Quests Emotes
    Notes:
    • These Dance Emotes can only be obtained during the Festival Events.
    • Each Dance Emote quest is found at the corresponding race’s festival ground:
      • Dwarf Quest in the Tunnel Tavernbeneath Thorin’s Hall.
      • Elf Quest at the Duillond Festival.
      • Hobbit Quest at the Party Tree in Hobbitton.
      • Man Quest at the Bree Festival Grounds north of Bree.
    • These will fail if you leave the dance area during the instructional sequence.
    • The Festival Quests for emotes and titles do show in your Quest Journal when you receive the quest from the starter NPC.
    • Presumably, there will be four new dances added at this Summer’s Festival.
    Racial Dance Emotes:
    • /Dance_dwarf, /Dance_Dwarf2 - This causes you to dance one of two dances in the ways of Dwarves.
      • You dance around like a dwarf.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing like a Dwarf!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Dance_elf, /Dance_elf2 - This causes you to dance one of two dances in the ways of Elves.
      • You dance around like an elf.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing like an Elf!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    • /Dance_hobbit, /Dance_hobbit2 - This causes you to dance one of two dances in the ways of Hobbits.
      • You dance around like a Hobbit.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing like a Hobbit!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.

    • /Dance_man, /Dance_man2 - This causes you to dance one of two dances in the ways of Men.
      • You dance around like a (Woman/Man).
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing around like a (Woman/Man)!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.


    Reputation Reward Emotes:
    Notes: I am adding the following emote under this new heading. I just found this in the LoreBook Emotes section. It was added with the Book 14 update and I have yet to see or hear anything else about it and I am assuming it is a Reputation reward since the LoreBook description is -
    • /Dance_Jig (NEW) - This emote causes you to dance in the ways of the Tavern League.
      • You dance the jig.
      • You begin dancing with <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing the jig!
      • <YOUR name>begins dancing with <TARGET name>.
    Social Bonus Emotes
    Notes:
    • Each of these are obtained by RECEIVING the required emote from others. Giving the required emote will help the other player, but not you!
    • Each required emote must be received a total of one-hundred [100] times (except as noted in the descriptions) to gain the bonus emote.
    • Only five [5] received emotes (except as noted in the description) per twenty-four (24) hour period will count towards your total. All others above this daily limit are wasted. (Fun in truth, but still wasted as far as the bonus emotes are concerned.)
    • Doing the math:
      • 100 / 5 = 20 days minimum to receive one of these bonus emotes.
      • 200 / 6 = 34 days minimum to receive this bonus emote.
    • All deeds with a daily limit work the following way:
      • Each day is real life, midnight to midnight Eastern Time as determined by the internal clock of your server.
      • The reset occurs when you log out.
      • If you, for example, log in at 11pm and get your limit for the day before midnight, then log out after midnight server time and log back in a few minutes later, you can immediately begin to get your limit for the next day. But after reaching your limit this time, you could not start another set until logging out after midnight again… coming back on on the second day of the example at 11pm and playing past midnight will NOT reset the timer. You would need to log out after midnight and log back in for the reset to occur.
    • Advancing these deeds must be done while solo or in a Fellowship. With very few exceptions, you cannot advance any skill training, including emote title progress, in a raid.
    Reputation Deeds Bonus Emotes:
    • /Firebreath (/cheer required) - You light a torch and spit (harmless) fire in front of you.
      • You perform a fire-breathing act!
      • You perform a fire-breathing performance for <TARGET name>!
      • <YOUR name>puts on a fire-breathing performance!
      • <YOUR name>puts on a fire-breathing performance for <TARGET name>!
    • /Flip (/handstand required) - You perform a flip emote. This is the Reward for the Deed – Acrobatic Spirit
      • You perform a flip!
      • You perform a flip!
      • <YOUR name>does a flip!
      • <YOUR name>does a flip!
    • /Heropose (/bow required) - This causes you to stand in the Hero Pose.
      • You pose heroically.
      • You pose heroically for <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>poses heroically!
      • <YOUR name>poses heroically before <TARGET name>!
    • /Juggle (/laugh required) - You perform a juggling emote. This is the reward for the Reputation Deed – Juggler. This emote requires a total of two-hundred [200] of the required emote, six [6] per day limit.
      • You perform a juggling act!
      • You begin juggling for <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>begins juggling!
      • <YOUR name>begins juggling for <TARGET name>.
    • /Swordsalute (/salute required) - You draw your sword in salute.
      • You draw your sword in salute.
      • You draw your sword in salute to <TARGET name>.
      • <YOUR name>draws (his/her) sword in salute!
      • <YOUR name>draws (his/her) sword in salute to <TARGET name>!
    Social Deed Emote Titles
    Notes:
    • Each of these are obtained by RECEIVING the required emote from others. Giving the required emote will help the other player, but not you!
    • Each required emote must be received a total of one-hundred [100] times (except as noted in the descriptions) to gain the bonus title.
    • Only five [5] received emotes (except as noted in the descriptions) per twenty-four (24) hour period will count towards your total. All others above this daily limit are wasted. (Fun in truth, but still wasted as far as the bonus emotes are concerned.)
    • Doing the math:
      • 100 / 5 = 20 days minimum to receive one of these bonus emote titles.
      • 40 / 2 = 20 days minimum to receive one of these bonus emote titles.
      • 200 / 6 = 34 days minimum to receive this bonus emote title.
    • All deeds with a daily limit work the following way:
      • Each day is real life, midnight to midnight Eastern Time as determined by the internal clock of your server.
      • The reset occurs when you log out.
      • If you, for example, log in at 11pm and get your limit for the day before midnight, then log out after midnight server time and log back in a few minutes later, you can immediately begin to get your limit for the next day. But after reaching your limit this time, you could not start another set until logging out after midnight again… coming back online during the second day of the example at 11pm and playing past midnight will NOT reset the timer. You would need to log out after midnight and log back in for the reset to occur.
    • Advancing these deeds must be done while solo or in a Fellowship. With very few exceptions, you cannot advance any skill training, including emote title progress, in a raid.
    Reputation Deeds Emote Titles:
    • The Adorable - 100 /hug on a 5 per day limit (Note – This currently is not activated. Let’s hope they reinstate it soon!)
    • The Alluring - Receiving 100 /flirt on a 5 per day limit
    • The Befuddling - Get 100 /confused on a 5 per day limit
    • The Beloved - Gain 100 /kiss on a 5 per day limit will
    • The Dull - Getting yourself a notable 100 /bored on a 5 per day limit
    • The Harassed - Get 100 /beg on a 5 per day limit
    • The Helpful - Receiving 100 /thank emotes on a 5 per day limit
    • The Infuriating - Receiving 100 /angry emotes on a 5 per day limit
    • The Insulted - Getting 200 /rude emotes on a 6 per day limit
    • The Intimidating - Gaining 40 /cower emotes on a 2 per day limit
    • The Naughty – Getting 100 /scold emotes on a 5 per day limit
    • The Ridiculed - earn 100 /mock with a 5 per day limit people
    • The Victorious - Force 40 /surrender on a 2 per day limit
    Monster Emotes
    Creeps have finally gotten their very own emotes as of Book 14!
    • Spiders now have the following emotes: agree, bother, bow, calm, cheer, dance1, laugh, salute, no, yes, and talk.
    • Wargs now have the following emotes: agree, bother, bow, calm, dance1, laugh, rude, salute, scratch, no, yes, and talk.
    • Urukhai now have the following emotes: agree, bother, bow, calm, charge, cheer, dance1, flex, laugh, pose, rude, salute, shrug, no, yes, tantrum, and talk.
    • Orcs now have the following emotes: agree, bother, bow, calm, cheer, dance1, flex, laugh, pose, rude, salute, scratch, shrug, no, yes, tantrum, and talk.
    There are apparently some hidden Monster Emotes. Thus far, we are aware of the following:
    • /Bark
    • /Die
    • /Sniff
    • /Chicken
    • /Fart
    I will flesh-out all of these Monster Emotes once I get a chance to use them or someone gives us updates here.

    To see these emotes in action, take a look at this YouTube listing of the monster emotes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WducBGlucNE




    Participatory Emotes
    Participatory Emotes are active skills which, when used, will cause those around you to perform the appropriate emote. Currently only 4 of the 7 (soon to be 9) classes have one of these skills:
    • Burglar’s “Practical Joke” (lvl 40)- /? - Whose fault is it if the mightiest of heroes can’t take a joke? This skill is only usable while in stealth.
    • Captain’s “Command Respect” (lvl 40) - /kneel - Your presence commands respect from those around you.
    • Champion’s “Boast” (lvl 40) - /cheer - Tales of your heroic acts draw cheers from the crowd.
    • Guardian’s “?” - /?
    • Hunter’s “?” - /?
    • LoreMaster’s “?” - /?
    • Minstrel's “Irresistible Melody” (lvl 50) - /dance - You perform a melody so irresistible that all Free Peoples who hear it cannot help but dance.
    • RuneKeeper’s “?” - /? (Mines of Moria new class)
    • Warden’s “?” - /? (Mines of Moria new class)
    Unknown Category Emotes
    Here is a list of emotes that are apparently hidden. I have no further info on these so if anyone manages to get one and knows the requirements, please post!
    • /Spit - ?
      • You are not able to use the spit emote... yet...
    • /Taunt - ? - The requirement to acquire this emote is 10 solo killing blows while NOT in a raid.
      • You are not able to use the taunt emote... yet...
    The Ever-Present Emotes Wish List
    (See. You thought I was kidding, didn’t ya? That really is its name! Ummm, up under the title… Geesh! Thought you were paying attention.)

    There have been many emotes added over the life of the game thus far, and many have been upgraded to include new or better animation as well as audio. Bugs have been fixed, special Deed and Quest Emotes have been added, and the upcoming Book 14 is adding even more emote updates and Monster emotes. As rich and customizable as the LOTRO Emotes system is though, there is always room for improvement and enhancement. There are always a few ongoing threads in these forums asking for more emotes, and many very good suggestions for new emotes can usually be found within these threads.

    That being said, the following is my list of emote system upgrades, tweaks, changes, and additions which are, in my opinion, the most essential. I have mostly concentrated on the system itself and the emotes that we already have, but I am also including a short list of emotes I’d like to see added. Many, if not all, have probably been requested before - in my original Compendium for example, which I posted last year shortly after LOTRO went live and which went into the Forums Black Hole during the house-cleaning late last year, my list covered over 100 suggested emotes! My current list is intentionally much shorter and contains only those that I think would benefit everyone and enhance Role-Playing. There are a few threads that have some great suggested emotes, and I have added links to those threads at the end of my list.

    Emote System Wish List
    • The ability to have more than one command in an alias or shortcut.
    • Persistent emotes that allow 'stacking' with other emotes (sit & smoke, liedown & whistle, sit & eat/drink, flirt & pose, etc.)
    • Backgrounds &/or a list of icons for emote buttons.
    • Animation for all predefined emotes.
    • More emote audios, especially for emotes such as /Roar, /Cheer, /Angry, /Clap, /Slap, /Smackhead, /Whistle, and /Yawn.
    • More emote characteristics for Moods than just facial – i.e. /Mood_angry would include clenching and unclenching fists, /Mood_sad would include slumped shoulders, /Mood-mischievous would include rubbing your hands together…
    • All Emotes broken down into Categories
      • Standard Emotes – available to everyone.
      • Racial Emotes – Specific emotes for each race including the Creep races (and a few specific to your homeland).
      • Class Emotes – Specific emotes for each class (not the same as Participatory emotes).
      • Level/Area Emotes – only obtainable at certain levels &/or from specific regions or towns.
      • Artisan (Crafting) Emotes – restricted by profession.
      • Hobby Emotes – Emotes specific to each hobby.
      • Festival Emotes – only obtainable at Festivals.
      • Special Event Emotes – Reward emotes from world events & special holidays/occurrences other than the Festivals.
      • Reputation Deed Emotes – Hidden emotes acquired through social actions.
      • Reputation Emote Titles – Hidden titles acquired through social actions.
      • Standard Monster Emotes – Monster emotes the same as or similar to standard emotes available to all monsters.
      • Special Monster Infamy Emotes - Emotes exclusive to Creeps.
      • Participatory Emotes – Emotes that allow interaction between players. An example would be hug where if the recipient of the hug accepts the emote (through pop-up window or by allowing in the Options panel) both participants would emote a common hug. Others could be /handshake, /kiss (instead of just blowing a kiss), /pat, and /pick (that would be hilarious), to name just a few.
      • Involuntary Skill Emotes – for each class (not the same as Class emotes). These are currently referred to as Participatory Emotes and are class skills.
      • Weapon Emotes – Emotes animations that allow showing and using your weapons and other implements.
    Emote Wish List
    Note: - In addition to the (An), (Au), & (P) used above, this list includes (S) –stackable, and the indicator letter for the Categories listed above.
    • /TapFingers (An) – While sitting at a table or standing at a tavern bar, you tap your fingers impatiently.
    • /Lean (An) (P) – The ability to lean on objects. (for a full list of /lean emotes and many other good suggestions, visit the More Emotes Ideas thread listed below)
    • /Embrace (An) P – More than a hug and of longer duration.
    • /ArmShoulder (An) P – You put your arm around another’s shoulders.
    • /ArmWaist (An) P – You put your arm around another’s waist
    • /Kiss1 (An) P – You’re tired of blowing kisses and decide to lay one right on the lips (with their consent of course).
    • /Kiss2 (An) P – A kiss on the cheek.
    • /Read (An)
    • /Write (An)
    • /ReadTrack (An) – Dropping to one knee and peering intently at the ground around you, you study the sign of your quarry. (Could be one or more of the categories C, L, or S).
    • /Weapon_brandish (An) (P) W – You draw your weapon and hold it at the ready.
    • /Weapon_pose (An)
    • /Weapon_sheath (An)
    • /Weapon_cross-swords (An) W P– A weapon salute with another player.
    • /Weapon_practice (An) Allows the use of weapon skills in emotes. You would animate the combat movements but would not injure anyone/anything.
    I may add more to these lists, but right now I think I’m brain dead.

    Mood Wish List
    • /Mood_suspicious
    • /Mood_playful or /Mood_flirty
    • /Mood_proud
    • /Mood_haughty or /Mood_arrogant
    • /Mood_embarrassed
    • /Mood_awed
    • /Mood_hungover
    • /Mood_ill
    • /Mood_distant or /Mood_contemplative
    • /Mood_smug
    • /Mood_defeated
    • /Mood_victorious
    • /Mood_chastized
    Links to other Emote Threads and Resources
    The following links are some of the best resources within the forums on this topic. Besides info on what is current, many contain very good lists of suggested emotes. I had entertained the idea of including all that I found in these forums as well as my own into one comprehensive wishlist, but threw that thought out the window – the list would have been HUGE! So if you want to see some great suggestions (besides my short but awesome list J ), check out the links below.
    In addition to the above links, there are numerous resources in the LOTRO LoreBook. This Guide will be added there as soon as I have time to learn the syntax and nuances of the LoreBook code.




    This Compendium has taken well over two weeks of research and testing, but I am sure I’ve missed something, so if anyone sees any errors, omissions, missing must-have’s for the wish list, or good links to other resources, please post them and I will update accordingly.


    Get creative and have fun with the Emotes system of LOTRO. Your adventures in Middle Earth will be much more enjoyable. /Happy emoting!
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    reserved for additions
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Hmmm. Perhaps I put this in the wrong forum. I know its long (there is a lot of info here that just couldn't be shortened), and I still need to do some editting, but I expected at least one reply after more than 24 hours. Even a "this post is a mess" would be better than nothing! Ah well.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    This post is awesome! Thanks, Adder!

    /Whippitydo (NEW)(An^) – You twirl your hand in the air, like, what ever!
    You are just SO excited.
    You don't seem so thrilled with <name>.
    <Your name>
    <Your name>

    Chuckle (NEW) (An^) – You cover your mouth and chuckle (silently)
    You chuckle.
    You chuckle at <name>.
    <Your name>
    <Your name>

    /Hail (NEW)(An^) – You do a sort of salute, hand to the head, then out in front of you.
    You hail everyone.
    You hail <name>.
    <Your name>
    <Your name>
    Last edited by Rillas; Jul 23 2008 at 03:43 PM. Reason: Tried new emotes

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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    It's great to see everything compiled here, thanks much!!
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    I love this, thank you so much! <claps hands>

    This is actually the first time I have looked in this forum; I'm not sure where the best place for it would be, but it deserves a wide audience. Bravo!
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Awesome!

    Thank You

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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Thanks for the updates Rillas. I haven't been able to get ingame to check them yet... Updated.

    And thanks for the support from all of you. I wasn't looking for accolades and a Middle Earth Nobel Prize (though the comments are much appreciated), but it gets a little frustrating after two weeks of work to get NO response at all. Again, thanks much.

    (And I really do think that I may have put this in the wrong forum... maybe the Open Discussion forum would have been a better choice.)
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Quote Originally Posted by Adder View Post
    I wasn't looking for accolades and a Middle Earth Nobel Prize (though the comments are much appreciated), but it gets a little frustrating after two weeks of work to get NO response at all. Again, thanks much.

    (And I really do think that I may have put this in the wrong forum... maybe the Open Discussion forum would have been a better choice.)
    It may be a coincindence, but you posted the OP the same day as the book 14 update came out. So, maybe ppl were too busy checking out the new content to browse the forums much.

    I have never looked at the Open Discussion forum; not sure where this cool Guide should go.

    Edit: I just posted a link to your OP on my kin website.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Good point Teneriel. I guess I should have gotten this posted the night before.

    Actually, I'm just having a bad day all around and coming in here and whining was stupid so I'll just /slap myself, /poke myself, and shut up.

    Thanks again.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Excellent work sir!

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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Wow. I can't believe that its so comprehensive, and I read the whole thing.
    Maybe the mods can move it to the right forums, and sticky it? :]
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Updated the new standard emote messages plus added a new emote category for a new bonus emote - /dance_jig! You will find the new dance emote in the 2nd section below the Racial Dance Emotes.

    If anyone knows what the requirements are to earn this emote, please post and I will get it updated.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    I've also seen "You are unable to use the spit emote... yet..." and "You are unable to use the taunt emote... yet..." Nice guide man. Thanks for putting in the work!
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Quote Originally Posted by VMalcolm View Post
    I've also seen "You are unable to use the spit emote... yet..." and "You are unable to use the taunt emote... yet..." Nice guide man. Thanks for putting in the work!
    Thanks VMalcolm! I tried them myself and got the same message.

    I've added a new heading - Unknown Category Emotes. I've added these two so far. If anyone knows of others, or has information relating to the requirements for these, please post them here.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Thanks for this great guide Adder. !

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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Has anyone found out how we unlock some of the Creep emotes? The two I know of are /die and /bark, both say you can't do this... yet.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Wow! There is a nice guide in the deeds, traits, and titles forum if I recall correctly, but this blows it away. Wonderful, wondeful job. Seems this should be one that gets moved to the Community Created Player Guides so we can find it on a permanent basis- but after we've had a chance to enjoy it here a bit more.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvarin View Post
    Has anyone found out how we unlock some of the Creep emotes? The two I know of are /die and /bark, both say you can't do this... yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Adder View Post
    Thanks VMalcolm! I tried them myself and got the same message.

    I've added a new heading - Unknown Category Emotes. I've added these two so far. If anyone knows of others, or has information relating to the requirements for these, please post them here.
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    20 for /chicken, 30 for /sniff (speaking as a creep, idk about freeps)
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Quote Originally Posted by sirwillow View Post
    Wow! There is a nice guide in the deeds, traits, and titles forum if I recall correctly, but this blows it away. Wonderful, wondeful job. Seems this should be one that gets moved to the Community Created Player Guides so we can find it on a permanent basis- but after we've had a chance to enjoy it here a bit more.
    Working on this now SirWillow. As we 'speak', I have the page open that Clover has just created for me and am learning the LoreBook syntax. Thanks for your help Clover!

    Quote Originally Posted by Brongdha View Post
    /taunt you can aquire by getting 10 killing blows solo (you have to be outside of a raid or you won't get).
    Thanks Brongdha - Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Insane979 View Post
    20 for /chicken, 30 for /sniff (speaking as a creep, idk about freeps)
    Insane979... 20 and 30 of what ? Let me know and I'll add these to the Monster section. Anyone know if these are exclusive to Creeps or are they Freep emotes too?
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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    There is one on the freep side you forgot, it is an unlockable but I don't know how to get it. it is /fart

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    Re: Adder’s /Mood_y Emote Compendium

    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvarin View Post
    Has anyone found out how we unlock some of the Creep emotes? The two I know of are /die and /bark, both say you can't do this... yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Insane979 View Post
    20 for /chicken, 30 for /sniff (speaking as a creep, idk about freeps)
    Thanks Sylvarin & Insane979. I've added these four under Monster Emotes for now as 'Hidden'.
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