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DWNC: Tricky Emotes [EVENT GUIDE pt. 1]


DW Battle HQ | I’ve seen lately that some Dark Warriors sometimes have a hard time doing certain emotes, tactics, and formations, so I decided to make a three part guide that will probably come in handy in future battles!


Emote Charts



 Correction to Strawberry Ice Cream: it is E+Q, not E+1.


Temporary Emotes

Now that we’ve covered regular/permanent emotes, let’s talk about temporary/special emotes. These emotes come when there are parties usually, and can be used to your advantage.  An emote during the Penguin Cup for instance, a red card, could be used to insult/tease the other army (the emote implies: “YOU’VE RECEIVED A RED CARD! What a horrible army!”). Temporary emotes are only available from the emote selection menu.

Tricky Emotes

  • E+N – When you do this tactic,  make sure you press E, and then N. If you press N first,  you will say “no” instead of the moon emote.

Timing and Holding Emotes

When a leader says “3333333333” do the emote right away! What may help with switching tabs on PC is Ctrl + Tab or Ctrl + Shift + Tab. See my keyboard tricks post from last year for more.

As for holding emotes, everyone is expected to hold emotes for at least 20 seconds. You hold emotes by constantly doing them. If your penguin stops, then do it again! If everyone does it, we can get perfect tactics and it will show our awesomeness to whoever we battle, and CPAC as well.


Well, that’ll be all for part one, which focuses on emotes! Make sure you look out for Part Two: Tactics, which will talk about word tactics, waterfalls, bombs, and much more!

~Agt R

One Response

  1. Great guide! 🙂

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