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I know when you enter "/?" it gives you a few, but generally that is just a sampling. For example in WoW there were literally hundreds of different ones, some with corresponding animations or voices. I'd like to know if there is a full list available anywhere, or if anyone knows of some beyond those listed in help.

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What makes you think the ones you see in /? are "just a sampling"? Have you seen any that aren't listed there? –  Shinrai May 21 '12 at 14:20
    
@Shinrai - It is speculation based on other games where emotes exist. I'll go through a few that would commonly be available tonight like /dance and see if I can find a secret one. –  Tater596 May 21 '12 at 18:35
    
I just wanted to confirm this is speculation. I wasn't sure if you were trying to say that you'd seen some that weren't documented - the question as written is misleading. (Personally I can't imagine there'd be any more than are documented...this isn't exactly an MMO. I'm surprised there is anything more complicated than '/me' honestly.) –  Shinrai May 21 '12 at 18:57
    
Blizzard has also shown a propensity through patched to add things like this, so it may be coming but not currently available. –  Tater596 May 21 '12 at 19:12
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From the menu, the full list of emotes are:

  • Follow
  • Give
  • Thanks
  • Sorry
  • Bye
  • Die
  • Run
  • Wait
  • Go
  • Help
  • Yes
  • No
  • Stay There
  • Attack
  • Retreat
  • Hold
  • Take Objective

By default, only the first 10 (the ones bolded) are bound, and they are bound to numpad 1 through numpad 0, in the order listed.

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If you go into options then to I belive controls. You can see a list of the possible emotes near the bottom. Sadly I am not home at the moment so I can't recall the exact options path.

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