How to change and use emotes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Emotes are very common in games these days. They can convey a whole range of emotions without ever having to say a word. Borderlands 3 brought emotes to Pandora and now Wonderlands brought them back in. As with most games, you’re never told how to edit and run your emotes. This guide covers everything you need to know about emotes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

How to change your emotes

To start, you will most likely need to change your emotes before you can run them. You usually just start with an emote before visiting the appropriate station to have it changed. Pretty early in the campaign you make it to the town of Brighthoof. Of course, there’s nothing you can do there yet, as it’s under siege by an army of skeletons. During this mission you will help clean up the city. After that, you must complete another mission to get the Sword of Souls to actually rid the city of the destruction it has caused.

When the town goes back to normal, go to Izzy’s Bar and talk to Izzy. She directs you over to the quick change station. This machine allows you to customize your emotes. You have four emotes that you can change. You also start at four, but that will increase over time after completing some tasks.

How to use emotes

Using emotes is much easier than changing them. Access the quick menu to use your emotes. To do this, press and hold the Options/Start button on Playstation and Xbox controllers. A wheel will appear on the screen, allowing you to choose which emote you want to use along with a few other options. The same menu can be accessed on PC by pressing the Z key. How to change and use emotes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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