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A Rodian using the Tusken emote

An emote is a feature in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II that allows players to express themselves with their player model. It usually consists of some sort of movement indicating a feeling, such as laughing or screaming, or a line from a Star Wars movie.

List of emotes in Star Wars BattlefrontEdit

HeroesEdit

SoldiersEdit

  • Victory
  • Shoot first (Season Pass only)
  • Salute
  • Ion shock (Deluxe Edition only)
  • Fist bump
  • Bad feeling
  • Come on
  • Smell
  • Droid
  • Denied
  • Blame
  • No faith
  • Thumbs up
  • Shrug
  • No try
  • Boom
  • No way
  • Too easy
  • Cuffs
  • Scream
  • Clap
  • Nooo
  • Saberfight
  • Say what
  • Oh yeah
  • Tusken
  • No good
  • Flex
  • Laugh
  • Boxer
  • Nothing here

List of emotes in Star Wars Battlefront IIEdit

SoldiersEdit

  • Not the Droids!
  • He doesn't like you
  • Facepalm
  • Chocker
  • Chocked
  • Injured
  • Roger Roger
  • The Droids
  • Kaboom
  • Tusken Raider
  • Win
  • It's a trap
  • Crying
  • Denied
  • Flirty
  • I give up
  • I'm sorry
  • Lightsaber Fight
  • Losing
  • May the Force be with you
  • Meditate
  • For the money
  • Peekaboo
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors
  • Chosen One
  • Rancor
  • Pew Pew
  • Wasn't me
  • Winner
  • Tired
  • Uh Oh

TriviaEdit

  • Bodyguards in Star Wars Battlefront, such as Imperial Royal Guards, do not have emotes.
  • When emoting with an alien head option, such as a Weequay, the player model will say the emote in that alien's language.
  • The emotes from a hero take longer to activate than a regular soldier.

GalleryEdit

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