FFXIV Wow Emote, How to get FF14 New Emote

Not sure how to unlock the Wow emote in FFXIV? We’ve got you covered! Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.25 is here and it comes with a host of new content. This includes new side story quests, variant dungeons, the brand new Omicron tribal main and daily quests, Manderville Weapons, and much more. Aside from gameplay content, there are also new cosmetics, such as the very emote we’re talking about in this guide. Read on to learn how to get the new FF14 emote.

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FFXIV Wow Emote, How to get FF14 New Emote
How to Unlock the Wow Emote in Final Fantasy 14?

How to Get the Wow Emote in FFXIV

So, where to find the Wow emote in Final Fantasy XIV? Like many other cosmetics in FF14, emotes have no practical purpose and their only function is for players to have some fun and role-play. The Wow emote, as the name suggests, expresses a surprise with the player character’s mouth wide open. But, before you are able to use it, you first need to unlock it. The new FF14 emote is only available for those who own the Endwalker expansion. That’s because you’ll need to have the Endwalker campaign completed as one of the requirements, alongside having a level-90-job character. To earn the FFXIV Wow Emote you’ll need to collect a handful of Sil’dihn Potsherds.

You get Sil’dihn Potsherds as a reward for completing the Sil’dihn Subterrane variant dungeon, one of the new dungeons added with the FF14 6.25 update. However, before being able to play this dungeon, you’ll need to complete the “A Key to the Past” quest. This quest can be started from these coordinates – X:11.9, Y:13.3. There, in Old Sharlayan, you’ll find an NPC called Osmon, who will direct you to Shallow Moor, the quest giver. Once you complete the quest, simply grind the new variant dungeons (solo or in a party), until you have enough Sil’dihn Potsherds. Then all that’s left for you is to go back to Old Sharlayan and find Trisassant at these coordinates – X:11.9, Y:13.3. There, you will be able to exchange Sil’dihn Potsherds for the Wow emote in Final Fantasy XIV.

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