This project is abandoned and its default file will likely not work with the most recent version of World of Warcraft. Whether this project is out of date or its author has marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

MyEmotes lets you use custom emotes easily. It's the successor to my older addon, Emotomania.

Examples: /grats now works in exactly the same way as /congratulations (why didn't it before? Well, it does now), and you have some other fun ones created using the /e emote, like /r1e (raising one eyebrow), /r2e (raising both eyebrows), /envy, /sulk, /frustrated, and so on. There are tons of preset ones already (have a look in defaults.lua if you're curious).

It's in a feature-incomplete alpha phase at the moment, and like its predecessor Emotomania, it doesn't have a GUI yet, but I use it and it works well already. A GUI will come in future versions to make your own easily.

Note: Due to an intended game mechanic restricting cross-faction communication to built-in emotes only, custom emotes as done with MyEmotes will not work cross-faction (the other faction will simply see “Name makes some strange gestures.” just as it would if you used /e manually).

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