Get Sway Emote Lost Ark

You need to get the Lost Ark Sway emote, among other things, to complete the Eto on Edge quest. The catch is, of course, figuring out how to get the Sway emote and where to find it. Well, as it turns out, you need to complete an entirely different quest in order to earn this particular emote. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly where you need to go and what to do.

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Get Sway Emote Lost Ark

How to Get Sway Emote in Lost Ark

To get the Sway emote in Lost Ark, which you need for the Eto on Edge quest, you need to head to the island of Peyto. It’s in the quadrant where Pleccia is; in fact, it’s the first island to the southwest of Pleccia. If you’re still having trouble finding where that is, check out our screenshots below. Once there, you’ll find an NPC called Danidani, performing a flash mob dance with some Mokokos. Danidani offers you the quest called Becoming an Idol. Accept it, because the Sway emote is a reward from this mission.

The first step of this quest is to do the Cheer emote. Just stand in front of the stage, open the chat box, type in /cheer, and hit Enter. Next, perform the Applaud emote. Repeat the same steps we’ve just laid out, but type /applaud. That concludes the first part of the quest. To proceed with it and get the Lost Ark Sway emote, walk over to Producer Hermes, whose standing nearby. Talk to him and say “Sure thing!” Stand in the orange circle and perform the Dance emote (same process as before, just type /dance), then speak with Hermes again. Say “Sure” and complete the quest.

And there you have it, that’s how you get the Sway emote, as well as some money, Roster XP, and other stuff. If you need help with something else in the game, feel free to check out some of our other Lost Ark guides. We’ve written articles like Nightmare Ghost Ship Location, An Important Record Rictus Spawn Time, and many others.

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