You’ll be asked to use a specific emote to complete some of the quests in Lost Ark.
Not always do you have the emote required to complete a certain quest, in which case you need to obtain it elsewhere first.
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One of the emotes that have players thinking they need to obtain it elsewhere, as they cannot find it in the Emotes menu, is the Positive emote that you need for quests like Map Interrupted.
There is, however, no Positive emote in Lost Ark. It is a typo that’s supposed to say Agree emote instead. To complete quests that ask you to use the /positive emote, use the Agree emote in your Emotes menu instead.
Alternatively, you can use the Agree emote by typing /agree or /positive in the chat to complete quests that ask you to use the /positive emote.
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How to get and use the Positive emote in Lost Ark
While leveling up your character in Lost Ark, you’ll face quests like Map Interrupted that ask you to use the /positive emote in front of a specific NPC.
You might notice that the Positive emote isn’t anywhere to be found in the Emotes window, neither in the learned or unlearned emotes list.
The reason is that the Positive emote does not exist in Lost Ark – it’s a typo, and the emote they want you to use is the Agree emote.
To complete a quest that asks you to use the /positive emote, use the Agree emote instead, and you’ll complete the quest.
Alternatively, you can write /agree in the chat, and interestingly enough, you can also write /positive in the chat. Both will activate the Agree emote, and you’ll complete the quest.
The Agree emote was most likely called Positive at an earlier stage in the translation of Lost Ark and was then renamed, but some quest text wasn’t changed.
You have the Agree emote in your collection of emotes by default, so you don’t need to go elsewhere to learn any emote to complete quests that ask you to use the /positive emote.
That’s all you need to know about the Positive emote and quests that ask you to use /positive in Lost Ark!
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