Garena Free Fire’s top 5 most popular legendary emotes

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Emotes have long been a cherished feature of Free Fire, with many players using them to commemorate special occasions. To add emotes to their collection, players must pay hundreds of gems. Emote animation improves with price and rarity, as legendary ones have the most intricate visual effects.

Some popular emotes are no longer available in the game, but they have left their imprint. Garena frequently reintroduces such well-known products in Free Fire because to their popularity. Returns are frequently given out on special occasions, such as during a top-up event or a Lucky Royale-style competition.

The most well-known legendary emotes in Free Fire are included in the section below.

5) Make It Rain (Garena Free Fire) is one of the most popular emotes in the game.

Make It Rain (Image via Garena Free Fire)

Money Heist is one of Netflix’s most popular shows, with viewers from all over the world tuning in. The Free Fire’s Money Heist collab, which brought a slew of famous items to the game, was motivated by fame.

The controversial collab included the “Make It Rain” emote. It featured an animation of the in-game character taking a cash bundle and turning it into a Chinese fan (shan) before tossing it in the air to make it rain.

The renowned Money Heist collaboration has made one final appearance on Free Fire.

4) I Have a Lot of Money

I’m Rich (Image via Garena Free Fire)

I’m Rich is a well-known legendary emote that was added to the game as part of the Free Fire x Money Heist collaboration. Another factor contributing to the emote’s popularity is the animation it mimics.

It’s a recreation of the classic scene in which Denver, played by Jaime Lorente, joyfully lands onto a pile of cash.

3) Canine

Doggie (Image via Garena Free Fire)

“What a sweet way to congratulate yourself on your success.”
Almost everyone likes pets, whether in real life or in Free Fire, and Shiba is at the top of the list in both cases. Shiba, the most charming pet in Free Fire, is based on the famous Japanese canine breed Shiba Inu.

Shiba is one of the reasons behind the popularity of the “Doggie” emote. Another reason is that the emoticon was inspired by a popular internet meme. The character and dog dance in joy in the meme and the “Doggie” emote.

2) The Throne of the FFWC

FFWC Throne (Image via Garena Free Fire)

“I am the only Champion,” says the narrator.
FFWC Throne has remained one of the most popular emotes in the game despite its release in 2019. It was established as a top-up event reward and was inspired by the then-ongoing Free Fire World Cup.

The legendary emote, on the other hand, is extremely rare and does not appear in the game like other emotes.

1) Flag of a pirate

“Everywhere I go, I leave a trace.”
The Pirate’s Flag emote was first launched in Garena’s Pirat top-up event in 2019, and it is still one of the most popular things in Free Fire. The animation for the legendary emote is also rather good, with the character carrying the flag and slamming it into the ground while displaying aggression.




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