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The Double-Cross Dab emote shown in the catalog.

Emotes are animations performed by the player when winning a battle or clearing a Salmon Run shift in Splatoon 3. Most of them are obtained through the catalog at Hotlantis. Emotes from previous seasons can be obtained at the Shell-Out Machine, or a decorated Mystery Box.

List of emotes


The player starts with the emote Flip Out. It changes depending on the current weapon type the player is holding, making up a total of eleven variations.

Name Icon Animation Description Unlock Height
Flip Out
S3 Emote Flip Out.png

(link to file)
The player backflips twice, spinning the second time, and lands with the weapon pointed backwards, before pointing to the sky with their left hand. Unlocked by default Middle
S3 Icon Shooter.png Shooter
(link to file)
S3 Icon Roller.png Roller S3 Icon Charger.png Charger
(link to file) (link to file)
With the weapon resting on the ground, the player jumps over it and kicks it up, swapping hands to rest it over their shoulder while slightly crouched. The player turns backwards, lightly tosses the weapon into the air once, catches it, and holds it pointing upwards while giving a thumbs-up with their left hand, turning to look behind as they do.
S3 Icon Slosher.png Slosher S3 Icon Splatling.png Splatling
(link to file) (link to file)
The player sets the weapon spinning, then grabs it, does a spinning backflip, and poses in a three-point landing with the weapon held behind them. The player spins the weapon around them four times anticlockwise, then throws it in the air and quickly grabs and poses with it.
S3 Icon Dualie.png Dualie S3 Icon Brella.png Brella
(link to file) (link to file)
The player backflips and shoots the weapons right then left in midair. They then land, crouching and spinning the weapons with their fingers. The player picks up the weapon's base while folded, swings it with force in the style of a golf club, then throws it into the air and rests their hands on it when it lands.
S3 Icon Blaster.png Blaster S3 Icon Brush.png Brush
(link to file) (link to file)
The player throws the weapon into the air, flips backwards along the ground, then catches it, turns backwards, and poses with it in their arms. The player swings the weapon in full circles many times, swapping it back and forth between their hands three times, before posing with it.
S3 Icon Stringer.png Stringer S3 Icon Splatana.png Splatana
(link to file) (link to file)
Jumping into the air, the player shoots the weapon downwards three times, then lands kneeling and pulls its string back while aiming into the distance. The player excitedly jumps and slams the weapon into the ground point-first, then lands and leans against it with their arms and legs folded.

Regular gameplay

These emotes can be unlocked in-game anytime under certain conditions.

Card Shark
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Card Shark.png
(link to file)
From a crouching start, the player quickly rears back and, with a serious expression, holds up the middle three fingers of each hand - their right hand close to their body and pointed up, and their left hand outstretched and pointed down.
Unlock Tableturf Battle Rank 30
Height Middle


There are two special emotes performed under certain conditions during a Splatfest:

The first emote, internally named Win TriCol, is performed after a Tricolor Turf War when the attacking team wins: the winners who covered the most turf perform their chosen emote, while the other attacking team nods with crossed arms.

The second emote, internally named Win X00A through Win X00D is performed when a team wins a 100x or 333x Battle. The animation starts with the players gleefully dancing before each pointing a finger up in the air, at which point the tip of it shines briefly; the whole team then looks at each other, then each member strikes a different pose.

Win Tricol
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Win Tricol.png
(link to file)
The player appears on the victory screen already smiling with their arms crossed, then nods twice with their eyes closed. Note this emote's name and icon are never visible to the player.
Unlock Unobtainable, Tricolor Battle victory exclusive
Height N/A (cannot fist bump)


Catalogs change with each season and feature emotes the player can unlock as rewards for leveling it up and speaking to Harmony afterwards.

Drizzle Season 2022

Drizzle Season 2022 was the first season in Splatoon 3. It added six unlockable emotes.

The Lowdown
Icon Animation
S3 Emote The Lowdown.png
(link to file)
The player spins on the spot clockwise once and crouches, resting their left hand over their mouth and looking away.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 3
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Lower
No Chill
Icon Animation
S3 Emote No Chill.png
(link to file)
The player wipes their brow with their right hand, resting it on their hip, then fans themselves repeatedly with their left hand, looking around nonchalantly.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 15
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Middle

Icon Animation
S3 Emote Stuntin'.png
(link to file)
The player crosses their arms in an X shape in front of them, points forwards with their right hand while winking, jumps and spins clockwise in the air, then lands and crouches, resting their left arm on their leg.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 35
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Lower
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Breakin'.png
(link to file)
The player breakdances rapidly, spinning first upright, then on their head, coming to a quick stop and resting their right hand on their chin.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 51
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Lower
Victory Strut
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Victory Strut.png
(link to file)
The player steps in place four times, flapping their elbows as they do, then punches the air with their right arm while winking.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 76
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Middle
Double-Cross Dab
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Double-Cross Dab.png
(link to file)
Skipping side to side, the player crosses their arms in front of them twice, rapidly spins clockwise on the spot twice, and comes to a halt by dabbing into their left arm.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 98
Shell-Out Machine
Mystery Box
Height Middle

Chill Season 2022

Chill Season 2022 was the second season in Splatoon 3. It added six unlockable emotes.

You're Welcome
Icon Animation
S3 Emote You're Welcome.png
(link to file)
The player bows three times. First they wave with their left arm and bow theatrically, crossing their right leg behind the other while extending their right arm behind them; they then wave with their right arm and perform a more modest bow. Finally, they bow while facing straight ahead, extending both arms.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 10
Shell-Out Machine
Height Middle
All Chill
Icon Animation
S3 Emote All Chill.png
(link to file)
The player shivers and rubs their arms, glancing from side to side, before coming to a rest with their left hand on their right forearm.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 24
Shell-Out Machine
Height Middle
Wave 'Em Off
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Wave 'Em Off.png
(link to file)
The player waves broadly at the screen with both hands.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 35
Shell-Out Machine
Height Upper
Who's Next?
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Who's Next?.png
(link to file)
The player sits down with their legs crossed, and begins drumming their fingers with their hands steepled.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 60
Shell-Out Machine
Height Lower
Robo Steppin'
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Robo Steppin'.png
(link to file)
The player does the robot, ending the dance by striking a pose with their hands.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 73
Shell-Out Machine
Height Upper
Your Move
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Your Move.png
(link to file)
The player does a quick breakdance, spinning around several times in a crouching position, then performs a one-handed handstand on their left hand while touching their feet to their right hand. They leap back to a standing pose and fold their arms, glancing back at the screen.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 83
Shell-Out Machine
Height Middle

Fresh Season 2023

Fresh Season 2023 was the third season in Splatoon 3. It added six unlockable emotes. It is the first season to feature a new emote with separate animations per weapon class, similar to the default Flip Out emote.

Reppin' Inkopolis
S3 Emote Reppin' Inkopolis.png
Unlock Catalog Lv. 10
Height Middle
S3 Icon Shooter.png Shooter / S3 Icon Blaster.png Blaster
(link to file)
The player jumps for joy three times, then points their weapon into the air with a smile.
S3 Icon Roller.png Roller / S3 Icon Brush.png Brush S3 Icon Charger.png Charger
(link to file) (link to file)
The player gleefully swings their weapon from side to side, hoists it over their right shoulder, and puts their hand on their hip. The player makes a spinning jump, holds their Charger in the air, then grabs it with their left hand and begins angling it from side to side while glancing around.
S3 Icon Slosher.png Slosher S3 Icon Splatling.png Splatling
(link to file) (link to file)
The player pumps their left fist twice. They throw their Slosher in the air, catch it, toss it again, balance it on their right index finger, and begin spinning it around. The player dances in a circle, twirls their Splatling into the air, catches it, and hugs it to their chest with a large smile. The animation was changed in version 4.0.0 so the player hugs the weapon tighter.
S3 Icon Dualie.png Dualie / S3 Icon Brella.png Brella / S3 Icon Stringer.png Stringer / S3 Icon Splatana.png Splatana
As these classes have been introduced to the series after Splatoon, players perform the respective weapons variant of the Flip Out emote instead.
Icon Animation
S3 Emote MVPleased.png
(link to file)
The player jumps around playfully twice, shaking their arm(s) on each jump, then comes to a stance point with their hands expressing the peace gesture in front of their face.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 24
Height Upper
Later, Undulator
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Later, Undulator.png
(link to file)
The player wiggles their body 3 times facing left of the screen, then quickly comes to a stop with their legs spread apart, with one hand over their head.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 35
Height Middle
Backflip Atcha
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Backflip Atcha.png
(link to file)
The player performs a backflip, then spins around facing their back towards the screen, then quickly glancing back at the screen.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 60
Height Middle
Rootin' Tootin'
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Rootin' Tootin'.png
(link to file)
The player jumps around twice throwing their hands up with their fingers pointed up, spins around to the right, makes a stance, then throws down three fingers pointed down with the other hand behind their back.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 73
Height Middle
Twirl Power
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Twirl Power.png
(link to file)
The player spins left, spins right, comes to a stopping point, then puts their hand on their mouth, leaning left with their hand reaching for the screen.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 83
Height Upper

Sizzle Season 2023

Sizzle Season 2023 is the fourth season in Splatoon 3. It added six unlockable emotes.

Easy Kneesy
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Easy Kneesy.png
(link to file)
The player falls to their knees, balls up their fists while shaking them, and then points their right arm.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 10
Height Lower
Landed It
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Landed It.png
(link to file)
The player starts punching before twisting in the air, they attempt to land but wobble with their left foot in the air, then they point with their left hand, with their left foot now on the ground.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 24
Height Middle
Roundhouse Ballerina
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Roundhouse Ballerina.png
(link to file)
The player does a roundhouse kick while jumping in the air, points right with their back turned while peaking over their shoulder, and then faces forward with their right arm above their left; their left leg in front of their right.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 35
Height Upper
Windmill Whip
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Windmill Whip.png
(link to file)
The player whips their arms around in a circle and then poses with their left arm in front of their right arm, their right arm balled into a fist.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 60
Height Middle
Victory Twist
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Victory Twist.png
(link to file)
The player moves their arms with their fists balled up from left to right four times and then puts their hands on their hips.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 73
Height Middle
Ready Stance
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Ready Stance.png
(link to file)
The player moves their arm from right to left, swings it clockwise and balls it into a fist, with their left behind their right, and then throws down their hands into four fingers.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 83
Height Middle

Drizzle Season 2023

Drizzle Season 2023 is the fifth season in Splatoon 3. It added six unlockable emotes.

Deepest Cut
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Deepest Cut.png
(link to file)
The player gestures to their left, brings both hands down with their left crossing their right, then brings their right arm up in a gesture loosely resembling the bras d'honneur, holding up three fingers on their right hand. They make a wide circle with their hands and end on Deep Cut's "Catch ya later!" pose.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 10
Height Middle
Down-Rock Pop
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Down-Rock Pop.png
(link to file)
The user crouches and does two kicks with their right foot. They follow this up with a backflip, then jump to their feet and fold their arms.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 31
Height Middle
Bashful Brag
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Bashful Brag.png
(link to file)
The player giggles and brings both hands up by their face in an affected "cute" gesture, popping their right leg into the air as they do so.
Unlock Catalog Lv. 40
Height Middle
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Robo-Flow.png
(link to file)
Unlock Catalog Lv. 63
Height Upper
Spinnin' Salute
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Spinnin' Salute.png
(link to file)
Unlock Catalog Lv. 74
Height Upper
Upperkick Crouch
Icon Animation
S3 Emote Upperkick Crouch.png
(link to file)
Unlock Catalog Lv. 85
Height Lower

Fist bumps

Two Octolings fist bumping after winning.
Main article: Emote/Fist bump animations

Starting with Sizzle Season 2023, winning players may fist bump each other at the end of a match's results screen if they fulfill certain requirements.[1]

In order to fist bump, two players on the winning team must be positioned beside each other on the results screen, have compatible emotes equipped, and have each been awarded three gold medals.[2] Only two players per team may fist bump. Any fist bumps achieved are not visible to players on the losing team.

Emote fist bump compatibility

Each emote is classed according to its height as upper, middle or lower. In order to fist bump, both eligible players must have compatible emotes equipped; a player equipped with a middle-height emote cannot fist bump a player equipped with an upper-height emote.

Fist bump height compatibility per emote[2]
Height Emote
Upper S3 Emote Wave 'Em Off.png Wave 'Em Off, S3 Emote Robo Steppin'.png Robo Steppin, S3 Emote MVPleased.png MVPleased, S3 Emote Twirl Power.png Twirl Power, S3 Emote Roundhouse Ballerina.png Roundhouse Ballerina, S3 Emote Robo-Flow.png Robo-Flow, S3 Emote Spinnin' Salute.png Spinnin' Salute
Middle S3 Emote Flip Out.png Flip Out, S3 Emote Card Shark.png Card Shark, S3 Emote No Chill.png No Chill, S3 Emote Victory Strut.png Victory Strut, S3 Emote Double-Cross Dab.png Double-Cross Dab, S3 Emote You're Welcome.png You're Welcome, S3 Emote All Chill.png All Chill, S3 Emote Your Move.png Your Move, S3 Emote Reppin' Inkopolis.png Reppin' Inkopolis, S3 Emote Later, Undulator.png Later, Undulator, S3 Emote Backflip Atcha.png Backflip Atcha, S3 Emote Rootin' Tootin'.png Rootin' Tootin', S3 Emote Landed It.png Landed It, S3 Emote Windmill Whip.png Windmill Whip, S3 Emote Victory Twist.png Victory Twist,S3 Emote Ready Stance.png Ready Stance, S3 Emote Deepest Cut.png Deepest Cut, S3 Emote Down-Rock Pop.png Down-Rock Pop, S3 Emote Bashful Brag.png Bashful Brag
Lower S3 Emote The Lowdown.png The Lowdown, S3 Emote Stuntin'.png Stuntin', S3 Emote Breakin'.png Breakin', S3 Emote Who's Next?.png Who's Next?, S3 Emote Easy Kneesy.png Easy Kneesy, S3 Emote Upperkick Crouch.png Upperkick Crouch



  • Flip Out and Reppin' Inkopolis are the only emotes so far that feature the player's weapon and varies based on its class.
  • The animations for the Reppin' Inkopolis emote are directly based on the female Inkling's victory poses from Splatoon, with some elements from the male's. They appear to have been completely remade, as opposed to imported from Splatoon.
  • One of the animations for Inklings and Octolings in Splatsville Square is very similar to the No Chill emote. The biggest difference is in the square, they open their mouth in a sigh, while in the No Chill emote their mouth is closed throughout.
  • Using supported Splatoon series amiibo, players can perform The Lowdown, No Chill, Victory Strut, Double-Cross Dab, Card Shark, and, as of Version 2.0.0, the Wave 'Em Off and Flip Out emotes by using the "Pose" selection when taking a picture with the amiibo, allowing the player to perform select emotes from previous seasons regardless of whether it is owned.
    • The Wave 'Em Off emote can only be used in the Splatsville Square, while the Flip Out emote can only be used in multiplayer stages.
  • The special emotes from the 100x and 333x battles animation originate from the poses in the Mission Complete! screen of Alterna.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese エモート
Netherlands Dutch Reactie Reaction
Canada French (NOA) Émoticône Emoticon
France French (NOE) Animation -
Germany German Emote Same as English
Italy Italian Posa Pose
Russia Russian Эмотикон
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Pose -
Spain Spanish (NOE) Reacción Reaction
China Chinese 表情
South Korea Korean 감정 표현 Show Feeling
Translate logo.svg Internal Emote[3]

Emote names in other languages

S3 Emote Flip Out.png Flip Out
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ブキポーズ
Buki pōzu
Weapon Pose
Netherlands Dutch Wapenpose Weapon pose
CanadaFrance French Saut armé Armed jump
Germany German Waffenpose Weapon Pose
Italy Italian Capriola armata Armed somersault
Russia Russian К оружию
K oruzhiyu
To arms
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Arma en mano Weapon in hand
Spain Spanish (NOE) Arma en ristre Weapon out and ready
China Chinese (Simplified) 武器姿势
wǔqì zīshì (Mandarin)
Weapon Pose
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 武器姿勢
wǔqì zīshì (Mandarin)
Weapon Pose
South Korea Korean 무기 포즈
mugi pojeu
Weapon Pose
Translate logo.svg Internal Win_Weapon03 [4] In its animation, "Weapon" is substituted for the specific weapon id.

S3 Emote Card Shark.png Card Shark
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ナワバトラー
Nawa batorā
Netherlands Dutch Winnende hand Winning hand
CanadaFrance French Pro des cartes Pro of cards
Germany German Revierdecks-Flex Tableturf Battle Flex[a]
Italy Italian Asso delle carte Card (games') Ace
Russia Russian Карточный профи
Kartochnyy profi
Card pro
SpainMexico Spanish Pose carterritorial Tableturf pose
China Chinese (Simplified) 占地斗士
zhàndì dòushì (Mandarin)
Turf Fighter
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 占地鬥士
zhàndì dòushì (Mandarin)
Turf Fighter
South Korea Korean 영역 배틀러
yeongyeok baeteulleo
Turf Battler
Translate logo.svg Internal NwBtl00 [4] Nw likely stands for nawa batorā and Btl for battle, in reference to Tableturf Battle.

S3 Emote The Lowdown.png The Lowdown
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ1
Pōzu 1
Pose 1
Netherlands Dutch Heldenhurkzit Hero squat
CanadaFrance French Méditation Meditation
Germany German Squatling Deko Squating Deco
Italy Italian Sempre più giù Lower and lower
Russia Russian Медитация
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Por lo bajito On the low[b]
Spain Spanish (NOE) Por lo bajo On the low
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势1
zīshì 1 (Mandarin)
Pose 1
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿勢1
zīshì 1 (Mandarin)
Pose 1
South Korea Korean 포즈 1
pojeu 1
Pose 1
Translate logo.svg Internal Crouching00 [4] The player character crouches in celebration.

S3 Emote No Chill.png No Chill
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ホット
Netherlands Dutch Even chillen Just chilling
CanadaFrance French Coup de chaleur Heatstroke
Germany German Heiße Luft Hot Air
Italy Italian Afa soffocante Suffocating heat
Russia Russian Жарко (Version 2.0.0 and later)
Непоседа (Version 1.2.1 and before)

SpainMexico Spanish Con descaro With no shame/the nerve
China Chinese (Simplified) 火热
huǒrè (Mandarin)
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 火熱
huǒrè (Mandarin)
South Korea Korean
Translate logo.svg Internal FeelingWarm00 [4] The idea of being "hot" has been localized.

S3 Emote Stuntin'.png Stuntin'
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ2
Pōzu 2
Pose 2
Netherlands Dutch Wervelwinst Whirl victory
CanadaFrance French Saut tournoyant Whirling jump
Germany German Skip-Mixer Skip Mixer
Italy Italian Giravolta stilosa Stylish spin
Russia Russian Акробатика
SpainMexico Spanish Acrobacia Acrobatics
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势2
zīshì 2 (Mandarin)
Pose 2
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿勢2
zīshì 2 (Mandarin)
Pose 2
South Korea Korean 포즈 2
pojeu 2
Pose 2
Translate logo.svg Internal Win04 [4]

S3 Emote Breakin'.png Breakin'
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス1
Dansu 1
Dance 1
Netherlands Dutch Breakdance -
CanadaFrance French Breakdance -
Germany German Propeller Pro -
Italy Italian Breakdance -
Russia Russian Брейк-данс
Break dance
SpainMexico Spanish Break dance -
China Chinese 跳舞1
tiàowǔ 1 (Mandarin)
Dance 1
South Korea Korean 댄스 1
daenseu 1
Dance 1
Translate logo.svg Internal Win08 [4]

S3 Emote Victory Strut.png Victory Strut
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス2
Dansu 2
Dance 2
Netherlands Dutch Kanjerpasjes Hero steps
CanadaFrance French Danse de victoire Victory dance
Germany German Champ-Spazierer Champ Walker
Italy Italian Danza trionfale Triumphant dance
Russia Russian Танец ликования
Tanets likovaniya
Jubilation dance
SpainMexico Spanish Victoria Victory
China Chinese 跳舞2
tiàowǔ 2 (Mandarin)
Dance 2
South Korea Korean 댄스 2
daenseu 2
Dance 2
Translate logo.svg Internal Win13 [4]

S3 Emote Double-Cross Dab.png Double-Cross Dab
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス3
Dansu 3
Dance 3
Netherlands Dutch Opschepdab Boast dab
CanadaFrance French Double dab -
Germany German Step, Step, Dab -
Italy Italian Doppio dab Double dab
Russia Russian Двойной дэб
Dvoynoy deb
Double dab
SpainMexico Spanish Baile doble Double dance
China Chinese 跳舞3
tiàowǔ 3 (Mandarin)
Dance 3
South Korea Korean 댄스 3
daenseu 3
Dance 3
Translate logo.svg Internal Win15 [4]

S3 Emote You're Welcome.png You're Welcome
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese あいさつ1
Aisatsu 1
Greeting 1
Netherlands Dutch Staande ovatie Standing ovation
CanadaFrance French À votre service At your service
Germany German Gern geschehen You're Welcome
Italy Italian Grazie a tutti Thank you all
Russia Russian Не благодарите!
Ne blagodarite!
Don't thank me!
Mexico Spanish (NOA) ¡De nada! You're welcome!
Spain Spanish (NOE) Para serviros At your service
China Chinese 打招呼1
dǎzhāohū 1 (Mandarin)
Greeting 1
South Korea Korean 인사 1
insa 1
Greeting 1
Translate logo.svg Internal Win20 [4]

S3 Emote All Chill.png All Chill
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese さむがり
Netherlands Dutch IJskoud Ice-cold
CanadaFrance French Frissons Chills
Germany German Frostbeule Frostbite
Italy Italian Brividi Shivers
Russia Russian Бр-р-р!
SpainMexico Spanish Qué frío... How cold...
China Chinese 怕冷
pà lěng (Mandarin)
Afraid of the cold
South Korea Korean 콜드
Translate logo.svg Internal Shivering00 [4] The idea of shivering cold has been localized.

S3 Emote Wave 'Em Off.png Wave 'Em Off
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese あいさつ2
Aisatsu 2
Greeting 2
Netherlands Dutch Winnaarswuif Winner wave
CanadaFrance French Grands gestes des bras Big arm gestures
Germany German Und tschüss Good Riddance
Italy Italian Vi saluto! Greetings!
Russia Russian Кревед!
Hello, shrimp![c]
SpainMexico Spanish ¡Saludos! Greetings!
China Chinese 打招呼2
dǎzhāohū 2 (Mandarin)
Greeting 2
South Korea Korean 인사 2
insa 2
Greeting 2
Translate logo.svg Internal WaveHands [4] The idea of waving as a goodbye has been localized.

S3 Emote Who's Next?.png Who's Next?
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese あぐら
Crossed Legs
Netherlands Dutch Zen -
CanadaFrance French Au suivant Next
Germany German Ruhe vorm Sturm Calm Before the Storm[d]
Italy Italian A chi tocca? Who's next?
Russia Russian Кто следующий?
Kto sleduyushchiy?
Who's next?
Mexico Spanish (NOA) ¿Y ahora qué? And now what?
Spain Spanish (NOE) A esperar toca Waiting for it
China Chinese (Simplified) 盘腿坐
pántuǐ zuò (Mandarin)
Crossed Legs
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 盤腿坐
pántuǐ zuò (Mandarin)
Crossed Legs
South Korea Korean 책상다리
Crossed Legs
Translate logo.svg Internal SittingCrossedLegs [4] The idea of sitting with crossed legs has been localized.

S3 Emote Robo Steppin'.png Robo Steppin'
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ロボットダンス1
Robotto Dansu 1
Robot Dance 1
Netherlands Dutch De robot The robot
CanadaFrance French Danse robotique Robotic dance
Germany German Robo-Step -
Italy Italian Passo robotico Robotic step
Russia Russian Робостеп
SpainMexico Spanish Baile robótico Robotic dance
China Chinese (Simplified) 机械舞1
jīxiè wǔ 1 (Mandarin)
Robot Dance 1
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 機械舞1
jīxiè wǔ 1 (Mandarin)
Robot Dance 1
South Korea Korean 로봇 댄스 1
lobos daenseu 1
Robot Dance 1
Translate logo.svg Internal Win07 [4]

S3 Emote Your Move.png Your Move
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス4
Dansu 4
Dance 4
Netherlands Dutch Had je wat You got something[e]
CanadaFrance French Hip-hop -
Germany German Breakdance -
Italy Italian Agilità Agility
Russia Russian Твой ход
Tvoy khod
Your move
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Hip-hop -
Spain Spanish (NOE) Ahí queda eso There you have it
China Chinese 跳舞4
tiàowǔ 4 (Mandarin)
Dance 4
South Korea Korean 댄스 4
daenseu 4
Dance 4
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S3 Emote Reppin' Inkopolis.png Reppin' Inkopolis
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ブキポーズ ハイカラシティ
buki pōzu haikara shiti
Inkopolis Weapon Pose
Netherlands Dutch Inkopolis-wapenpose Inkopolis weapon pose
CanadaFrance French Chromapolis attitude
Germany German Inkopolis-Waffenpose Inkopolis Weapon Pose
Italy Italian Coloropoli rulez!
Russia Russian Вояка Инкополя
Voyaka Inkopolya
Inkopolis warrior
SpainMexico Spanish Pose cromopolitana Inkopolian pose
China Chinese (Simplified) 武器姿势 尚兴市
wǔqì zīshì Shàng xìng shì
Inkopolis Weapon Pose
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 武器姿勢 尚興市
wǔqì zīshì Shàng xìng shì
Inkopolis Weapon Pose
South Korea Korean 무기 포즈: 오더폴리스 시티
mugi pojeu: odeopolriseu siti
Weapon Pose: Orderpolis City
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S3 Emote MVPleased.png MVPleased
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハッピー1
happī 1
Happy 1
Netherlands Dutch Gat in de lucht Hole in the sky[f]
CanadaFrance French Saut de joie
Germany German Superstar-Charme Superstar Charm
Italy Italian Salti di gioia
Russia Russian Гип-гип ура!
Gip-gip ura!
Hip-hip hooray!
Mexico Spanish (NOA) ¡Ganamos! We won!
Spain Spanish (NOE) ¡Viva, viva!
China Chinese (Simplified) 快乐1
kuàilè 1
Happy 1
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 快樂1
kuàilè 1
Happy 1
South Korea Korean 해피 1
haepi 1
Happy 1
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S3 Emote Later, Undulator.png Later, Undulator
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ウェーブ
Netherlands Dutch Dolfijne dolfijn Wildly enjoyable dolphin
CanadaFrance French Ondoiement
Germany German Grelle Welle Glaring Wave
Italy Italian In onda
Russia Russian Чао, малек!
Chao, malyok!
Ciao, small fry!
SpainMexico Spanish Ondulaciones Undulations
China Chinese 波浪
South Korea Korean 웨이브
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S3 Emote Backflip Atcha.png Backflip Atcha
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ3
pōzu 3
Pose 3
Netherlands Dutch Backflip -
CanadaFrance French Salto arrière
Germany German Freifall-Flip Freefall Flip
Italy Italian Salto all'indietro
Russia Russian Сальто
SpainMexico Spanish Voltereta inversa Reverse somersault
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势3
zīshì 3
Pose 3
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿勢3
zīshì 3
Pose 3
South Korea Korean 포즈 3
pojeu 3
Pose 3
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S3 Emote Rootin' Tootin'.png Rootin' Tootin'
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス5
dansu 5
Dance 5
Netherlands Dutch Hup, hup, hoera Go, go, hooray
CanadaFrance French Cavalcade
Germany German Happy-Hüpfer Happy Jumper
Italy Italian Passo disinvolto
Russia Russian Прыг-скок
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Bailecito Lil' dance[g]
Spain Spanish (NOE) Baile exultante Exultant dance
China Chinese 跳舞5
tiàowǔ 5
Dance 5
South Korea Korean 댄스 5
daenseu 5
Dance 5
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S3 Emote Twirl Power.png Twirl Power
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハッピー2
happī 2
Happy 2
Netherlands Dutch Verdraaid goed Darn well[h]
CanadaFrance French Toupie-youpi
Germany German Wirbelwunder Whirl Wonder
Italy Italian Gira gira...
Russia Russian Вертушка
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Giros alegres Cheerful twists
Spain Spanish (NOE) Giros jubilosos Jubilant twists
China Chinese (Simplified) 快乐2
kuàilè 2
Happy 2
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 快樂2
kuàilè 2
Happy 2
South Korea Korean 해피 2
haepi 2
Happy 2
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S3 Emote Easy Kneesy.png Easy Kneesy
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ4
Pōzu 4
Pose 4
Netherlands Dutch Victorieknieval Victory genuflection
CanadaFrance French Youhou genoux
Germany German Kniemals besiegt Combination of Knie (knee) + niemals (never) and besiegt (defeated)
Italy Italian Kniemals besiegt
Russia Russian Круть-коленки
Cool knees
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Rodillas del poder Knees of power
Spain Spanish (NOE) Os arrollo de rodillas I bring you to your knees
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势4
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿势4
South Korea Korean 포즈 4
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S3 Emote Landed It.png Landed It
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ5
Pōzu 5
Pose 5
Netherlands Dutch Dol tollen Wildly spinning
CanadaFrance French Upperchute
Germany German Haken-Hopser Hook Hopper
Italy Italian Per un pelo
Russia Russian Перст победы
Perst pobedy
Finger of victory [i]
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Puños voladores Flying fists
Spain Spanish (NOE) Te lo advertí I warned you
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势5
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿势5
South Korea Korean 포즈 5
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S3 Emote Roundhouse Ballerina.png Roundhouse Ballerina
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス6
Netherlands Dutch Pirouettesprong Pirouette jump
CanadaFrance French Ballet kick
Germany German Fächerkick-Kür Fan Kick Freestyle
Italy Italian Calcio rotante
Russia Russian В пачку с вертушки
V pachku s vertushki
From a roundhouse into a tutu
SpainMexico Spanish En órbita In orbit
China Chinese (Simplified) 跳舞6
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 跳舞6
South Korea Korean 댄스 6
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S3 Emote Windmill Whip.png Windmill Whip
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ6
Pōzu 6
Pose 6
Netherlands Dutch Slag van de molen Have a screw loose [j]
CanadaFrance French Moulinages
Germany German Wirbelwild Whirlwind
Italy Italian Mulinello
Russia Russian Мельница
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Molinazo Mill[k]
Spain Spanish (NOE) Molinillo
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势6
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿勢6
South Korea Korean 포즈 6
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S3 Emote Victory Twist.png Victory Twist
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハッピー3
Happī 3
Happy 3
Netherlands Dutch Swingen met swag Swinging with swag
CanadaFrance French Nananère
Germany German Gewinner-Groove Winner Groove
Italy Italian Groove vincente
Russia Russian Победный твист
Pobednyy twist
Victory twist
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Twist victorioso Victorious twist
Spain Spanish (NOE) Meneo burlón
China Chinese (Simplified) 快乐3
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 快樂3
South Korea Korean 해피 3
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S3 Emote Ready Stance.png Ready Stance
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ7
Pōzu 7
Pose 7
Netherlands Dutch Kom maar op Bring it on
Canada French (NOA) En garde!
France French (NOE) En garde !
Germany German Cooler Kämpfer Cool Fighter
Italy Italian Sotto controllo
Russia Russian Понеслась!
Here we go!
SpainMexico Spanish En guardia On guard
China Chinese (Simplified) 姿势7
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 姿勢7
South Korea Korean 포즈 7
Translate logo.svg Internal TransformationPose00 [4]

Deepest Cut
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese バンカラなタレント
bankara-na tarento
Splatandian Talents (lit. Scruffy Talents)
Netherlands Dutch De Splatsville Drie The Splatsville Three
Germany German Surimi-Solo Surimi solo[l]
Russia Russian В эфире Deep Cut
V efire Deep Cut
Deep Cut on the air
SpainMexico Spanish Tres es más Three is more

Down-Rock Pop
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダンス7
dansu 7
Dance 7
Netherlands Dutch 1, 2, flip! 1, 2, flip!
Germany German Bester Breaker Best breaker
Russia Russian Даунрок
SpainMexico Spanish Alzada acrobática Acrobatic elevation

Bashful Brag
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ハッピー4
happī 4
Happy 4
Netherlands Dutch Vals bescheiden Falsely modest
Germany German Flösschen-Flirt Fin flirt[m]
Russia Russian Хи-хи!
Mexico Spanish (NOA) Alardeo felíz Happy brag
Spain Spanish (NOE) Pillería feliz Happy mischief

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ロボットダンス2
robotto dansu 2
Robot Dance 2
Netherlands Dutch Hallo, robo Hello, robo
Germany German Hallo, Robo Hello, robo
Russia Russian Бип-бип привет!
Bip-bip privet!
Beep-beep hello!
SpainMexico Spanish Baile robótico 2 Robotic dance 2

Spinnin' Salute
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ8
pōzu 8
Pose 8
Netherlands Dutch Zwiersaluut Swing salute
Germany German Wirbel-Salut Whirl salute
Russia Russian Вихрь-салют
SpainMexico Spanish Saludo ostentoso Ostentatious salute

Upperkick Crouch
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ポーズ9
pōzu 9
Pose 9
Netherlands Dutch Opschopper Kick upper
Germany German Doppelkick-Ducker Double kick ducker
Russia Russian Парящий пинок
Paryashchiy pinok
Floating kick
Mexico Spanish (NOA) En guardia On guard
Spain Spanish (NOE) Zasca y en guardia Bang and on guard

Translation notes

  1. Revierdecks means Turf Decks, which is the German name for Tableturf Battle
  2. The suffix -ito is used to describe a noun that is small. In this case, they added -ito to the word bajo meaning low.
  3. The word кревед kreved comes from a Russian meme phrase Превед, медвед, йа криветко! which is a very corrupted and ungrammatical way of saying "Hello, bear, I'm shrimp!". In this case, the word кревед is a fusion of the words превед preved ("hello") and креветка krevetka ("shrimp").
  4. Calm Before the Storm is a reference to the idiom when little activity turns into chaos
  5. Used to provoke someone. Can mean the like of "you got something to say?" "you want a piece of me?" "you got a problem with that?"
  6. From the expression een gat in de lucht slaan ("to do a foolhardy act") or een gat in de lucht springen ("to be uninhibitedly enthusiastic")
  7. The suffix ito is used to describe a noun that is small. In this case, they added -ito to the word baile meaning dance.
  8. Verdraaid is a Dutch interjection of amazement and irritation, and the past participle of verdraaien ("to twist")
  9. Перст perst is an archaic word for палец palets ("finger").
  10. An expression; literally it means "hit of the mill"
  11. The suffix -azo is used to describe a noun that is great. In this case, they added -azo to the word molina meaning mill.
  12. Surimi Syndicate is the German name for Deep Cut.
  13. Flösschen is a diminutive of Flosse ("fin").