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How to Get Lost Emote in Elder Scrolls Online: Scribes of Fate DLC

Signal your directional ineptitude to those around you.
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Have you ever gotten lost in public and needed to ask a stranger for directions? It’s humiliating, right? That’s why no one’s dad is ever willing to do it. But sometimes, you just get so furiously lost, that you have no choice but to tell onlookers “I have no idea what I’m doing,” and in Elder Scrolls Online, you can do that with an emote! Here’s how to get the Lost emote in Elder Scrolls Online‘s Scribes of Fate DLC.

How to Get Lost Emote in Elder Scrolls Online: Scribes of Fate DLC

The Lost emote is a new character emote added in the Scribes of Fate DLC for Elder Scrolls Online. As the name no doubt implies, this emote allows you to immediately illustrate to your peers that you are hopelessly distant from wherever you were supposed to be. It’s like that funny hand thing John Travolta does in Pulp Fiction.

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The Lost emote can be unlocked by simply entering one of the new dungeons added in the Scribes of Fate DLC: Scrivener’s Hall or Bal Sunnar. You don’t need to complete the challenges within them, and you don’t even need to survive. All you have to do is set foot within, and the Lost emote is automatically yours.

Additional Scribes of Fate Emotes

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In addition to the Lost emote, though, there’s another new emote for you to unlock with the Scribes of Fate DLC: the Sextant emote. No, no, get your mind out of the gutter. A Sextant is an old-timey tool used to measure distances and aid in navigation. With the Sextant emote, you can instantly whip out the titular tool and take stock of your surroundings. It’s pretty much the exact opposite of the Lost emote, amusingly.

To unlock the Sextant emote, you’ll need to complete all of the optional quests in both Scrivener’s Hall and Bal Sunnar, clearing both dungeons out entirely. If you can successfully complete all of the non-story-essential quests and content in the dungeons, you’ll unlock the Sextant emote automatically.

If you’re ever somewhere you aren’t supposed to be and don’t feel like opening your map, use the Lost and Sextant emotes to signal your need for directions to those around you. Someone will stop to help you, I’m sure. Or at least to laugh at you.

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