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95 Essential WoW Shortcut Keys, Key Bindings or Hot Keys

WoW Shortcut keys can be an essential part of your gameplay in Azaroth. They will certianly help with speeding up tasks and actions you will need to do while adventuring, some of these things you will do over and over again while leveling and so WoW Key Bindings make short work of these repeatable tasks and help you save time to enjoy World of WarCraft more.

World of WarCraft Key Bindings also add that personal touch to a charcater by combining spells with wow emotes and then creating a wow macro or script to perform the task then add that to a Key, this makes the game experience more fun and your character unique amongst the Horde of players (yes i said it).

WoW Shortcut keys are well worth remembering (or you could have this page open while you play) and try and use as many as possible, you will soon start to learn them.

How do i setup WoW Shortcut Keys, WoW Key Bindings & Hot Keys?

WoW Key Bindings

The Key Bindings menu can be found by pressing the Escape / Esc key and clicking “Key Bindings”

WoW Key bindings” or “binding” is the act of associating a WoW action with a key on your keyboard.  Blizzard has pre-defined your keys but you can rearange them if required. The most simple example of WoW Key bindings is Arrow up or “W” Key makes your character run forward, you could change this is you need too.

“WoW Shortcut Keys” these are key combinations that when pressed as the same time (no need for timing the key press) it performs an action.  The “Shift” & “Control” keys are the most commonly used with another key for WoW Shortcut Keys.  Shift + R is one is use a lot to re-wisper someone that missed my message.

“WoW Hot Keys” is another turm for “WoW Shortcut Keys” These are the same function but given another name by a different group of players.




In the WoW Key Bindings Menu you will find a huge list of WoW Commands you can bind keys too. This would include:

WoW Shortcut Keys
  • Movement keys
  • Chat
  • Action bar
  • MultiActionBar
  • Targeting
  • Interface Panel
  • Miscellaneous
  • Camera
  • Target markers
  • Vehicle Controls



95 Essential WoW Shortcut Keys

These are the defualt interface WoW key bindings for a new installation.  All these shortcut keys can be tailored in the Key Bindings Menu to your personal preference.

Shortcut keyAction
Arrow Left
Turn left
0Action Button 10
1Action Button 1
2Action Button 2
3Action Button 3
4Action Button 4
5Action Button 5
6Action Button 6
7Action Button 7
8Action Button 8
9Action Button 9
-Action Button 11
/Open/Start chat slash
=Action Button 12
B or F12Opens main backpack
CCharcater Panel
Ctrl+0Pet Action Button 10
Ctrl+1Pet Action Button 1
Ctrl+2Pet Action Button 2
Ctrl+3Pet Action Button 3
Ctrl+4Pet Action Button 4
Ctrl+5Pet Action Button 5
Ctrl+6Pet Action Button 6
Ctrl+7Pet Action Button 7
Ctrl+8Pet Action Button 8
Ctrl+9Pet Action Button 9
Ctrl+F1Special Action Button 1
Ctrl+F10Special Action Button 10
Ctrl+F2Special Action Button 2
Ctrl+F3Special Action Button 3
Ctrl+F4Special Action Button 4
Ctrl+F5Special Action Button 5
Ctrl+F6Special Action Button 6
Ctrl+F7Special Action Button 7
Ctrl+F8Special Action Button 8
Ctrl+F9Special Action Button 9
Ctrl+IDungeons & Raids
Ctrl+PageDOWNCombat log page down
Ctrl+PageUPCombat log page up
Ctrl+Shift+PageDOWNCombat Log bottom of window
Ctrl+VShow all health and names
Ctrl-TabCycles through close allies
Right Arrow
Turn right
EStrafe right
EnterOpen/Start chat
Escape KeyShows game menu
FAssist your target
F1Toggles targeting yourself and your pet
F12Opens main backpack
F2 - F5Target Party members
F8, F9, F10, F11Opens 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th bags
GTarget 1st enemy
HHonor / PVP window
IGroup Finder
JGuild & Communities
KSkills panel
LQuest log
NTalents (level 10+ only)
Num LockToggle walking / running
OSocial panel
PSpell book
PageDownChat Page Down
PageUPChat Page Up
QStrafe left
RReply to your last wisper
Arrow Down
Move backward
Shift +1 to 6Bound to Action page and cen be selected as needed
Shift+Mouse Wheel Down
Next Action Bar
Shift+F1Targets your pet
Shift+F2Targets party members pet
Shift+F3Targets party members pet
Shift+F4Targets party members pet
Shift+F5Targets party members pet
Shift+JAdventure Guide
Shift+MZone Map
Shift+PageDownGoto bottom of chat window
Shift+RRe-wisper a previous wisper
Shift+Space barScore Screen
Shift+TABTarget Prevouis ememy
Shift+YGame stats
Shift-BOpens all bags
Shift-IPet book
Shift-PPet panel or Collections?
Shift-TPet attack your target
Shift-VShow health bars over allies / ememies
TChat Pane
TabCycles through close enemies
UReputation panel
VShow enemy health and name
Arrow Up
Move forward
XSit / Stand or Fly / Swim Down
YAchievement Frame
ZToggle sheathing your weapon



Right Click with your mouse button

  1. On any enemy to initiate melee attack on it. This works the same as the default key “T”.
  2. On any object to activate/loot it.
  3. On an NPC to talk with it.
  4. On any item to activate its effects. Some effects require a target.
  5. On an item in the vendor window to buy it.
  6. On an equipable item to equip it if possible.
  7. On a Characters portrate to display a list of option avalible
  8. When your Vendor window is open, right clicking an item will sell it instantly.
  9. When you bank window is open, right click on an item in your inventory to move it into your bank (does not activate/use the item) into a computer-decided empty slot in the bank.
  10. Similarly, you can right click any item in your bank (even an item in a bag in the bank) to move it into your inventory.

SHIFT+Left Click your mouse button

  1. On a stack of items to separate them into 2 stacks.
  2. On a player name in the Chat Window which is surrounded by [] brackets to do a /who on him.
  3. On a spell in your spellbook to auto-generate the /cast spellname(rank x) text into your Macro window.
  4. On any bag in your toolbar to open/close ALL your bags at a go. (Or just rebind B to open all bags) Shift+Right-Click works for this too.
  5. On any item in the Vendor window to buy more than ONE of that item at a time. Say you buy want to buy 20 Coarse threads, just Shift+Left-Click on the Coarse Thread, type 20. You can only purchase up to one stack this way (so you can’t do 21 and more). Shift+Right-Click works for this too.

SHIFT+Right Click your mouse button

  1. On any lootable object to autoloot everything in it (corpse, mineral node, skinning, quest object, etc)

Left + Right Click your mouse button

  1. Hold down both Left and Right buttons simultaeneously to walk forward using mouselook.


Chat-related shortcuts

  1. Shift+Left-Click on an item to link it into the text. You can link items from your inventory, quest log, profession skill windows and even the auction house. Does not work in General Chat.
  2. Shift+Left-Click on any quest in your Quest Log to copy the quest name into the current chat.
  3. Alt-Left and Alt-Right moves your cursor to the left or right so you can edit what you type.
  4. Alt-Up and Alt-Down scrolls through the last 10 or so commands/text messages that you have typed.
  5. Ctrl-Backspace deletes everything from the cursor to the start of the line.
  6. Alt-Ctrl-Left, Alt-Ctrl-Right moves the cursor to the beginning or the previous or next word. Hold down Shift too if you want to highlight the text.
  7. Alt-Home and Alt-End moves the cursor to the start/end of the line. Hold down Shift to highlight.
  8. Hit R to reply automatically to the last person who whispered to you.
  9. Hit R, then press TAB TAB TAB to cycle through a list of all players who last whispered to you so you can easily hold multiple chat conversations.
  10. When typing any slash command, you can use TAB to autocomplete it. For example, typing /as followed by pressing Tab Tab Tab will cycle through the slash commands beginning with AS.
  11. Left-Click on a name in the chat window which is surrounded by [] brackets, to do an automatic /whisper to him (/tell, /w).
  12. When you hover your mouse over a chat window pane. A “Tab” will appear after a few seconds for that chat pane. Right click on that Tab to see chat options for that pane (a big menu). Drag that Tab to move the pane. Available only when chat settings are not locked.


More MMORPG World of WarCraft Information

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CIt will show the character panelPHelps to spellbookIThis key will show the abilitiesNUsed for talents (on level 10 and above) Shift+IThis shortcut key will help to pet bookShift+PUsed for pets panelKIt will show the skill panelLThis shortcut key will show the quest logOIt will show the social panelUThis key will open the reputation panelHHelps to show the honor panelMUsed to open the mapB or
F12It is used to take the backpackF8Helps to show the 2nd backF9Used to take the 3rd backF10It will help to show the 4th backF11This shortcut key will help to open the 5th bagShift+BHelps to open all your bags at onceShift+BIt shows all bags
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Suggestions or Tips for keybinding

  • Z
  • X
  • C
  • V
  • F
  • G
  • Q
  • E
  • R
  • T
  • Y
  • Caps Lock

Are all keybinds that can be changed freely without disrupting the normal game inputs too much and aside from Shift+ mods they’re all pretty common.

Muscle memory is going to take over eventually even if your setup is FUBAR so don’t overthink the placement of each ability. The important thing is to do what’s comfortable and what makes sense for you visually to make the learning process easier for you.

As you level up I’d just cluster abilities based on how frequently you use them and what other abilities you chain them with.

I don’t know your range of motion, I doubt it’s like mine, but I personally can’t reach past F5 and I can’t use buttons 6 - 12 on my Naga so I’ve set up accordingly.

F1 - F4 and 1 - 5 being the easiest reached buttons mean that my rotational abilities are going to end up here. To make it easier to switch between characters I play infrequently I keep similar abilities relatively the same across all of them so whenever I do need to look at my action bar for whatever reason my eyes are already headed in the general direction of the ability.

F1 is always my movement ability. Flying Serpent Kick, Charge, Shadowstep, Displace Beast, etc.

F2 is always my heavy hitter. Fists of Fury, Colossus Smash, Stormbringer, etc.

F3 is my generator / utility button. Fist of the White Tiger, Skullsplitter, previously Kingsbane, Totem Mastery, etc.

“R” is always my interrupt
“C” is always my big cooldown
F7 - F12 are my Naga buttons.

I won’t go through every button but that is generally how I start each new character and go through the learning process of the rotation and the keybinds.

All of these keybinds were also not done at the same time. I started with Q and E. I think sometime in WoD I picked up z , x, c, v. Towards the end of hellfire citadel I needed more and eventually practiced with shift modifiers, starting with Shift+Q and Shift+E, and in Legion I started using caps lock and more advanced macro’s.

The wowhead guide on effective keybinding is pretty good. Make sure to check the comment section for more tips by other players.


The Art of Effective Keybinding

After having read this guide the I guarantee that you will be able to draw the maximum potential from your keybindings. Thanks for reading!


KEYBINDING GUIDE! Finding your OPTIMAL keys, saving up SPACE and MORE!

WoW Keybinding Addons: The best ones

If you’re an experienced WoW player, or even an intermediate one, then you know the importance of using a keybinds in this game, and why it’s crucial to use the best addons you can find in order to do so. Here are some of the absolute BEST keybinding and macro addons you can get for WoW, and some of the advantages of each one.

Impulse is a premium addon, but still quite affordable, and you definitely get more than you pay for with this particular addon. It covers virtually every single class and spec available in the game, which means there’s no need to get multiple addons if you play multiple classes and roles. The keybinds are very intuitive, which of course is really important, because after all… what’s the point of having keybinds if you don’t know where to find them? It’s also extremely easy to setup, and completely customizable as well. They promise users that in just a week, you can see about a 300% improvement in your performance, and we’ve seen no reason to doubt their bold claim. The downside is that it doesn’t cover PvP, otherwise it’s all there.

Binder is another great option for you to look into. Binder allows you to save your current keybinds to what’s called a “profile”, so that you can access the exact same profiles on literally any character on a given account. One thing which is fantastic about this program is its ability to edit keybinds. Binder makes it very easy by allowing you to do so simply by mousing over your actionbar slot, then just hitting the keybind you want to place there. You can set up a different profile for when you’re PvP’ing, when you’re leveling a new character, or when you’re going out raiding, so it’s very useful.

BindPad is a great choice also. With BindPad, you won’t any longer have to have actionbar slots just to make key bindings for your macros (or spells, items, etc). It gives you addon slots within its very own frame allowing you to put any macro (or any bind you want really) into these slots for easy use. So, if you’re running out of space on your actionslot bar, BindPad’s definitely is the way to go. The addon is fairly easy to use, and doesn’t take a long time to setup either. Overall, this is a very useful one.

Last but not least is KeyBound, which above all, is probably one of the easiest keybinding tools to use. This addon is included automatically in the well known bar management addon “Bartender”, and can allow you to very easily swap out macros, items, spells, etc, on the go. All you have to do is simply type /kb and you’re instantly in binding mode; where you can then simply mouse over any slot, and bind a key to it just by pressing the button you want to bind it to.

These are all great choices, but the best one depends on your own style as a player, how experienced you are, what you need in a binding program, etc. All the keybind addons definitely have something to offer, so feel free to try any of them on and see which one best fits your own personal preferences.


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WoW Rookie: Keyboard shortcuts

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WoW Rookie: Keyboard shortcuts
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Accept this fact: to be good at playing WoW, you need to learn to use your keyboard at least some of the time. You don't have to bail on your mouse, but it's very helpful to learn some of the very basic keyboard shortcuts that will make your life in the game that much easier. (Easy is good, right?)

Using the game interface
There are hotkeys for almost everything you do in-game. You can find most of them by just hovering your mouse over the icons that you click -- as no doubt you may have already noticed. Let's start with the button bar that you use to bring up your Quest Log, Spellbook and other things. You'll see that when I hover my mouse over the gold cup icon, a tooltip pops up. The L in parentheses after "Quest Log" means you can just press your L key to bring up the log instead of clicking the icon. (Don't worry that it's a capital L, just press lower-case L. When a keyboard command is capitalized, it's written as "Shift-L".) After the break, you'll see a list of keyboard shortcuts for the game interface.



CCharacter panel
PSpell book
NTalents (for level 10+)
Pet spellbook
Shift-PPet panel
Skills panel
LQuest log
OSocial panel (tabs for Friends, Guild, Ignore, and eventually Raid)
B or F12
Your main backpack
F8, F9, F10, F11
Your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th bags
Shift-BAll your bags at once
UReputation panel
HHonor panel

Getting around
I'll confess that I only started learning the keyboard commands for character movement a short time ago. They are still not completely natural for me, but at level 70 when you mostly play PvP, you really NEED to be very fast. For many people, keyboard shortcuts are the best way to speed up your reaction times. A lesson from one who has gone before you: I really wish I had learned to use the movement keys before I hit 70. You have thus been warned.



WMove forward
SMove backward
DTurn right
ATurn left
Toggle walking or running
Num LockToggle continuous walking or running (you press it once, don't hold it down)
SpacebarJump, you mad fool!

Now let's talk about strafing. Strafing means moving in one direction while looking or attacking in another direction. Strafing is an important WoW skill.



QStrafe left
EStrafe right

Here's a video that will show you what strafing looks like if you can't picture it in your head.

How do you place your hand on the keyboard when you're using it for movement? A very good question, my friend.
  • If you took a keyboarding class (or typing class, old skool), your left pinky is on the A and your index finger is on the F. If you keep your hand here, it's going to feel really weird learning how to move with the keyboard because you'll be using your two weakest fingers most of the time.
  • If you shift your finger placement to the left one key -- so that the pinky is off the letters and your ring finger is now on the A, your index finger will be on the D. A little more comfortable, right? Some people will stop there, leaving their right hand for the occasional mouse action. (Feels like playing piano.)
  • Others prefer to move the left hand off the letters and use the right hand on the movement keys, which puts your right index finger on the A key. Then you use your left hand for mashing other keys you've bound, like the numbers or function keys.
  • You can also move your hand up a row, using teh QWE keys as your "home" row.
Right now, I'm using the setup I described in the second bullet point, but it still fights me sometimes because my mouse and key hands don't want to cooperate with each other. You'll need to experiment to find out what works best for you.

Targeting and combat
Even if you insist on using your mouse for movement, you need to learn to target monsters and friendlies with your keyboard because sometimes what you want to hit you can't even see to click with your mouse. Also, it's a good idea, especially in hairy instances, to all be pounding on the same monster at the same time, so you want to be able to quickly find out what your tank is hitting so that you can hit it too.



TabCycles through your enemies
FTarget what your friend is hitting
VShow health bars over enemies (like the bear in the picture above)
TAttack nearest target
Cycles through allies (even if not in your group)
Shift-VShow health bars over allies
Shift-TSend your pet to attack

Here's a video showing you the difference between Tab and Ctrl-Tab.

If you're grouped with a party, you can also use the function keys to target members of your party. If you look on the left side of your screen, you'll see all the party members. From top to bottom, including yourself at the top, you can use F1, F2, F3, F4, and F5 to select one of your group members. (F1 is always you, even if you're not the party leader, because you're always at the top of the list.)

So now you can get around and kill things simply by using your keyboard! Of course, there is more keyboard goodness in the form of slash commands, macros and key bindings, but that's the topic for another lesson. Enjoy practicing your new keyboard skills and go get 'em!
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The Best Control Scheme for World of Warcraft

Are you looking to improve your World of Warcraft ability? Are you confused by what keybinds are used for? Do you ever get flustered when overrun by enemies? Have you ever known what to do, but couldn't find the ability you were trying to use fast enough? Do you ever just not use abilities because it is too much bother to do so? Do you ever think there are simply too many abilities to keep track of? You have come to the right place.

I have suffered with this game for all these reasons and more, and eventually realized the cause of my frustration was the controls. And now I am going to share perhaps the best control scheme that solves all of these problems. Using this method, and with some practice, you will be able to play nimbly and deliberately.

Misleading Default Controls

The default WoW control scheme suggests a very odd way of playing the game that de-emphasizes quick movement and actions. The movement keys ("QWEASD") are on the left side of the keyboard, but the action keys run the length of the number row. This suggests that you are meant to take your fingers off the movement keys or your hand off the mouse to use most of the action keys. In other words, you have to sacrifice movement for performing actions. Most people come to realize the inherent problem with this, so they will only use the few keys they can reach without taking their hand off the movement keys or instead of using the keybinds at all, just click on the actions with the mouse. Or, like I used to do, an inconsistent combination of all these methods.

Looking at the controls, of the six movement keys, half are fast moves and half are slow moves. Moving forward and strafing ("QWE") are the same fast speed, while turning and backpedaling ("ASD") are very slow. With action keys being hard to reach and half the movement keys being very slow, the controls imply that you aren't supposed to move all that much during a fight. Unfortunately, that couldn't be further from the truth. A competent player is constantly positioning themselves all throughout a fight.

If you are using the slow movement options and can't immediately access all of your skills, you won't stand a chance in a PvP situation or even a difficult mob encounter. Is there anything we can do about this? You bet there is.

The Solution

The designers must have realized the keyboard controls alone wouldn't be enough and added other control options. By holding the right mouse button and moving the mouse, you can turn as fast as you want and by holding both the left and right mouse buttons, you move forward. They also gave the players a ton of options with the controls and the UI through the use of addons. First let's break down the control options.

We can see the multiple controls available, some faster than others, in this chart.


There is no way to backpedal fast, but it is needed so rarely, we are just going to ignore it. In order to turn fast, your hand has to be on the mouse. That is a hard lock, there is no other option for turning. If we can put all the fast moves on the mouse, it would allow the entire keyboard to be used for action keybinds and your left hand wouldn't be locked to any position. The surprisingly simple solution is to bind the strafe keys to your mouse's side buttons. Don't have them on your mouse? You can get really cheap mice like this one that will work just fine.

I know this sounds weird and it does take time to get used to, but it is worth it. Practice just running around the cities using only your mouse until you are comfortable with it. You'll get even better over time as you build up muscle memory. Make sure you can circle-strafe, that is, turn and strafe at the same time so you stay pointed at a target.

There is a great video on YouTube demonstrating moving with your mouse.

Now while you're getting comfortable moving with the mouse, you can be planning your keybindings. Technically, you have the whole keyboard to work with, but realistically you can put everything you need on the left side of the keyboard so your hand can stay in a really comfortable position at all times. I bind four rows of six keys each (1-6, Q-Y, A-H, Z-N).

To make the UI match this configuration, you have to use an addon like Bartender or Bongos that lets you place the action bars anywhere you want on the screen. Here is what my UI looks like:

WoW Keybindings

You probably noticed I don't have "Q" and "W" bound to anything. After everything I just told you about using the mouse alone to move, ironically, I find it hard to use the mouse to move forward and strafe at the same time, so I bind "W" to move forward and "Q" to autorun. That way I can seamlessly switch between them. Some people like to bind a modifier key with "W" to autorun, but that causes a stutter in your movement to switch, which is no good if you're trying to open some distance from your opponent.

Now we've got plenty of keys to work with, but we want to make use of everything we can to get an extra edge over the competition and there is an interesting thing left unused on the mouse: the scroll wheel. It's default of zooming in and out is very useful, but we can enhance its usefulness. First I bind zooming to Control-Scroll. The scroll wheel is fantastic for abilities you need to spam since it's so easy to scroll up or down. Clicking the scroll wheel can also be bound. In my UI, I added a section of 6 actions that are bound to scroll up, scroll click, scroll down and the shift-modified variants.

I've added it to the right side of my keyboard bindings.

WoW Keybindings

Conclusion and Next Steps

Now it is just a matter of laying out your character skills in whatever manner you find best. Making this change was critical in my enjoyment of the game, and I hope it helps yours as well.

You may also be interested in these World of Warcraft related pages, especially the class macros.

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World of Warcraft Macros


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Emote Command




With a target




You agree.

You agree with (Target).




You are amazed!

You are amazed by (Target)!




You raise your fist in anger.

You raise your fist in anger at (Target).




You apologize to everyone. Sorry!

You apologize to (Target). Sorry!




You applaud. Bravo!

You applaud at (Target). Bravo!




You tell everyone to attack something.

You tell everyone to attack (Target).




You bark. Woof woof!

You bark at (Target)




You are bashful.

You are so bashful...too bashful to get (Target)'s attention.




You beckon everyone over to you.

You beckon (Target) over.




You beg everyone around you. How pathetic.

You beg (Target). How pathetic.




You let out a loud belch.

You burp rudely in (Target)'s face.




You look around for someone to bite.

You bite (Target). Ouch!




Blood oozes from your wounds.





You blink your eyes.

You blink at (Target).




Blood oozes from your wounds.





You blow a kiss into the wind.

You blow a kiss to (Target).




You blush.

You blush at (Target).




You boggle at the situation.

You boggle at (Target).




You bonk yourself on the noggin. Doh!

You bonk (Target) on the noggin. Doh!




You are overcome with boredom. Oh the drudgery!

You are terribly bored with (Target).




You bounce up and down.

You bounce up and down in front of (Target).




You bow down graciously.

You bow before (Target).




You applaud. Bravo!

You applaud at (Target). Bravo!




You let out a loud belch.

You burp rudely in (Target)'s face.




You wave goodbye to everyone. Farewell!

You wave goodbye to (Target). Farewell!




You cackle maniacally at the situation.

You cackle maniacally at (Target).




You remain calm.

You try to calm (Target) down.




You scratch yourself. Ah, much better!

You scratch (Target). How catty!




You start to charge.





You cheer!

You cheer at (Target).




You begin to eat.

You begin to eat in front of (Target).




With arms flapping, you strut around. Cluck, Cluck, Chicken!

With arms flapping, you strut around (Target). Cluck, Cluck, Chicken!




You let out a hearty chuckle.

You chuckle at (Target).




You clap excitedly.

You clap excitedly for (Target).




You let everyone know that you are cold.

You let (Target) know that you are cold.




You need to be comforted.

You comfort (Target).




You commend everyone on a job well done.

You commend (Target) on a job well done.




You are hopelessly confused.

You look at (Target) with a confused look.




You congratulate everyone around you.

You congratulate (Target).




You let out a hacking cough.

You cough at (Target).




You cower in fear.

You cower in fear at the sight of (Target).




You crack your knuckles.

You crack your knuckles while staring at (Target).




You cringe in fear.

You cringe away from (Target).




You cry.

You cry on (Target)'s shoulder.




You need to be cuddled.

You cuddle up against (Target).




You express your curiosity to those around you.

You are curious what (Target) is up to.




You curtsey.

You curtsey before (Target).




You burst into dance.

You dance with (Target).




You frown.

You frown with disappointment at (Target).




You bonk yourself on the noggin. Doh!

You bonk (Target) on the noggin. Doh!




You threaten everyone with the wrath of doom.

You threaten (Target) with the wrath of doom.




You raise a drink in the air before chugging it down. Cheers!

You raise a drink to (Target). Cheers!




A tendril of drool runs down your lip.

You look at (Target) and begin to drool.




You duck for cover.

You duck behind (Target).




You begin to eat.

You begin to eat in front of (Target).




You talk excitedly with everyone.

You talk excitedly with (Target).




You cross your eyes.

You eye (Target) up and down.




You wave goodbye to everyone. Farewell!

You wave goodbye to (Target). Farewell!




You fart loudly. Whew...what stinks?

You brush up against (Target) and fart loudly.




You cower in fear.

You cower in fear at the sight of (Target).




You begin to eat.

You begin to eat in front of (Target).




You fidget.

You fidget impatiently while waiting for (Target).




With arms flapping, you strut around. Cluck, Cluck, Chicken!

With arms flapping, you strut around (Target). Cluck, Cluck, Chicken!




You yell for everyone to flee!





You flex your muscles. Oooooh so strong!

You flex at (Target). Oooooh so strong!




You flirt.

You flirt with (Target).




You flop about helplessly.

You flop about helplessly around (Target).




You motion for everyone to follow.

You motion for (Target) to follow.




You are hungry!

You are hungry. Maybe (Target) has some food...




You frown.

You frown with disappointment at (Target).




You gasp.

You gasp at (Target).




You gaze off into the distance.

You gaze eagerly at (Target).




You giggle.

You giggle at (Target).




You are filled with happiness!

You are very happy with (Target)!




You glare angrily.

You glare angrily at (Target).




You gloat over everyone's misfortune.

You gloat over (Target)'s misfortune.




You clap half heartedly, clearly unimpressed.

You clap for (Target), clearly unimpressed.




You wave goodbye to everyone. Farewell!

You wave goodbye to (Target). Farewell!




You greet everyone warmly.

You greet (Target) warmly.




You grin wickedly.

You grin wickedly at (Target).




You begin to groan.

You look at (Target) and groan.




You grovel on the ground, wallowing in subservience.

You grovel before (Target) like a subservient peon.




You growl menacingly.

You growl menacingly at (Target).


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