Emotes were initially released back in 2017 with the same patch as Evelynn’s rework and have been popular ever since. Some players out there are a bit skeptical when it comes to using emotes because they feel it is immature, but in all actuality, they don’t add any problems and can be quite fun to use. They are mostly used to show support towards team-mates and to solidify satisfaction after a good play was made, but they can also be used to tilt opponents.
Regardless of the reasons you use emotes, this post wouldn’t be complete without telling you about some of the best emotes in League of Legends.
1) Good Job, Buddy
This is a great emote to use when you want to show some support. If you see your teammate getting bullied, this can get them off of their game, which can lead to a loss. Showing your team some support will make a big difference, and the best way to do this would be through an emote like this one.
2) Come at Me
League of Legend players tend to take the bait, if you know what I mean. When you use the “Come at Me” emote, this can encourage the enemy team to gank or attack when they wouldn’t normally do it.
This one right here is one of the most spammable emotes I have ever found. Every time your opponent makes a misplay, or you get an objective or a kill, you can use this emote.
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The “Okay” emote is great for nearly any situation. It can be used for humor, sarcasm, and so on. It is such a simple emote that can mean so much.
5) Everything is Okay
This is the most go-to de-stressing emote on the list. Your jungler dies? ADC dies? Did the enemy take baron/dragon? Avoid tilt by using the “Everything is Okay” emote.
6) Does Not Compute
The “Does Not Compute” emote is an excellent choice when reacting to an enemy’s misplay and adding a little bit of humor in the game is fun for everyone.
If you have the M’Pengu emote, make sure you use it to greet enemy champions every time you run into them. It’s a great emote to use as a jungling tool when you want to greet enemy laners you plan on ganking.
There’s nothing like introducing the “Clean” emote after an objective steal. I have a friend who automatically disables emotes on all enemy players if they use this emote.
9) Are You Kidding
This is an emote you would use after an unbelievable situation has taken place. Encountering enemy misplays, bugs, and so on would be a good time to use it.
D’Pengu is thought of as being one of the best emotes ever. There’s just something about the force of a penguin dabbing. Need we say more?
So there you have it, the 10 best emotes in League of Legends. What do you think about these emotes? Would you add any other emote to this list? Contact us and let us know!