How to Get Whistle Emote Lost Ark

If you want to know how to get the Whistle emote in Lost Ark, you’ve come to the right place. The process for obtaining this emote is relatively simple, but it does take place in a very high-level area, meaning that it might be a while before you can get it. Plus, there’s gonna be some grinding to do, because of course there is.

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How to Get Whistle Emote Lost Ark

Lost Ark How to Get Whistle Emote

To get the Whistle emote in Lost Ark, you’re gonna have to jump through a couple of hoops. First off, you have to get down to Azure Wind Island, which you can find south of Rohendel, north of Yorn, southwest of Phantom Wing Island. We’ll show you where it is in the screenshot below. Before you do, consider getting up to item level 800 or so, because it’s a very difficult area to fight through. Once you get there, you have to grind the Ruffians in the Ground Una Daily Task (unlocks at Combat Level 50). Before starting on this quest, you will have to reach The Main of the Azure Wind and start the Azure Wind Island quest line.

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Azure Wind Island location (click to zoom in)

Next, to get the Lost Ark Whistle emote, you’ll have to grind the Ruffians in the Ground quest until you reach level three of recognition. Basically, you have to hunt boars until the game tells you to stop. Rinse and repeat, get to level three, and the Whistle emote will be your reward. It is not the most involved process in the world, but then again, relentless grinding is the crux of Lost Ark. I’m sure you’re used to it by now. To use the emote, you can either access it through the inventory, or you can just type /whistle in the chat. And that’s pretty much all there is to it. Screenshot via lostarkmap.

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