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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Emote Unlock Guide

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Emote Unlock Guide
Emotes make a return in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. This time there are some hidden ones you can find throughout Conton City. Check out this Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Emote Unlock Guide to get them all!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Emote Unlock Guide

Emote: Elder Kai Dance
Timeframe: After the tutorial
Location: Look for Isoss in the South West corner of Conton City. Use Bow to unlock Elder Kai Dance

Emote: Kamehameha
Timeframe: After the tutorial
Location: Near the Parallel Quest area. Speak to the Goku lookalike Nema. Use Gather Energy emote to unlock Kamehameha

Emote: Special Beam Cannon
Timeframe: After the tutorial
Location: Near the Parallel Quest area. Speak to the Piccolo lookalike Tennille. You need to use the Kamehameha emote to unlock Special Beam Cannon

Emote: Frieza Stance
Timeframe: After the Frieza Saga
Location: Go to instructor Tien and use Kamehameha in front of Nema for this emote.

Emote: Giant Storm
Timeframe: After the Frieza Saga
Location: Go to instructor Tien and use Stand Proud in front of Tennille for Giant Storm.

Emote: Change
Timeframe: After the Frieza Saga
Location: On a Mushroom in the Mushroom Desert you can find Salma, use What The?! on here to get the Change emote.

Emote: Galick Gun
Timeframe: After the Frieza Saga
Location: At the Western edge of the Bamboo Forest, down near the lake. Use Kamehameha on Solani to get the emote.

Emote: Herucle!
Timeframe: After the Cell Saga
Location: In the town area you can find Hercule, use applause to get the emote.

Emote: Ginyu force: Ginyu
Timeframe: After the Cell Saga
Location: In the Business district, second floor, near the second bridge. Use the Hercule! Emote on her.

Emote: Ginyu Force: Recoome
Timeframe: After the Future Saga
Location: In the Business district, second floor, near the second bridge. Perform the Ginyu Force: Ginyu Emote to get the Ginyu Force: Recoome Emote.

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