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11-11-2009 @ 11:25AM
I found out that if you type /bow to the Panderen monk, he will bow back. I thought that was so cool. Are there other little emotes you can do that the companions will react to?
11-11-2009 @ 11:40AM
I don't know about companions but I do know Guards in almost every capital city respond to /hi /salute and /kissand then there's of course Archmage Vargoth who can be spawned (anywhere) from a quest item from Netherstorm so I still carry it...he responds to numerous emotes like /dance /sexy /wave and probably some more I forgot about.
11-11-2009 @ 11:55AM
You can also /drink with your pandaren monk. As for Lil'K.T... haven't found out any yet.If you have Pengu, you can spam /sexy on him and sometimes that will make him slide away on his belly. Don't ask me why! :)If you get two people together with Stinker and the Black Tabby or a Bombay, Stinker will fall in love with the cat and chase it around, Pepe le Pew style.You can also emote to a warlock's succubus by blowing her a kiss, this will spawn a heart above both of your heads.
11-11-2009 @ 12:18PM
Also /kiss on Mojo the frog causes you to turn into a frog and he'll chase you around.wowpets.com probably has this sort of thing listed.
11-11-2009 @ 12:47PM
Elmo is your in game name Aire? He is a guildie of mine who Always puts the Archmage down. Any tiem there is a break in combat i jsut hang out with the archmage and eat some fish/ gumbo
11-11-2009 @ 12:48PM
the snowmen are the only pets that don't follow you around but if you /dance with them, they dance back
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