Garena Free Fire is a fun take on a survival shooter. The game’s characters, interesting clothing, vibrant gloo wall skins, emotes, and other stuff give it a laid-back feel.
Emotes are a popular way to customize your character in Free Fire. The animations and additional effects in some emotes are more elaborate than in others. The emotes can be purchased individually or as part of a bundle.
Top 5 emotes with special effects in Free Fire as of OB29 update
5) I’m Rich
Money Heist, a renowned television show, teamed with Free Fire. Money Heist-inspired outfits, masks, weapons, gloo walls, and emotes immediately filled the game store.
I’m Rich, Power of Money, and Make it Rain are three heist-related emotes available to players. The I’m Rich expression, for example, is based on a famous moment from the show.
4) Flowers of Love
Free Fire added the Flowers of Love emote to the game to commemorate Valentine’s Day. The emote causes the characters to pull out a rose, kneel down, and make a sweet gesture. This is still popular among players, even though not many players own it.
3) Top DJ
DJ Alok is one of the game’s most popular characters. Aggressive players and campers alike enjoy his “Drop the Beat” ability. The Top DJ emote, which was inspired by DJ Alok, is a lot of fun.
A floating DJ console is featured in the emote, and the in-game character makes DJ-like gestures. After that, the console vanishes into thin air.
2) FFWC Throne
During the 2019 Free Fire Globe Cup series, the FFWC Throne emote was first seen by the rest of the world. The figure takes a seat on the magnificent gold throne that appears out of nowhere. The emote is still widely used by players.
One Punch Man, a popular superhero series, teamed up with Free Fire. Fans of Japanese anime were in for a tremendous treat with this. The in-game store was brimming with Saitama-themed merchandise.
The Obliteration emote was undoubtedly the collaboration’s high point. The in-game character imitates Saitama’s hallmark move with the emote.
Thiva’s finest character combos in Free Fire
Thiva is one of the newest characters to join the cast of Free Fire. On August 28, 2021, gamers will be able to download the character, which is based on the well-known DJ Like Mike. Thiva can be claimed for free by simply logging into the game.
Thiva’s passive ability, Vital Vibes, increases the players’ rescue (help-up) speed by 20% at the highest level. Additionally, after a successful rescue, the player will gain 40 HP in 5 seconds.
Here are the best character combinations for Thiva in Free Fire.
Note: This article reflects the author’s own opinion. Also, all of the abilities stated are at the character’s maximum level. Players may mix and match to fit their preferences and gameplay.
5 most potent Free Fire character combinations with Thiva
5) Wukong + Thiva + Kla + Antonio
Muay Thai is a Thai martial art.
Antonio: The Spirit of a Gangster
For 15 seconds, camouflage turns the user into a shrub; however, it stops when they shoot at their opponents. This skill has a 200-second cooldown that resets when the player kills an enemy.
Kla’s Muay Thai increases fist damage by 400%, which is a significant increase. This would benefit users immensely and help them in close-range fights.
When the Antonio’s Gangster Spirit ability is active, users get an extra 35 health points at the start of each round. This means they start with 235 horsepower.
4) K + Thiva + Miguel + Joseph
Slayer Miguel (Miguel)
Nutty Movement with Joseph
K has two distinct abilities: jiu-jitsu and psychology. Allies near 6 meters of one other gain a 500% boost in EP conversion in the former. In Psychology mode, however, participants earn 2 EP every 2 seconds, up to a maximum of 150 EP. It takes three seconds to switch modes.
Miguel’s talent For each kill, Crazy Slayer awards 80 EP. This works nicely with K, and playe may quickly go from EP to HP in Jiu-Jitsu mode.
The mobility and sprinting speeds of users are increased by 20% when opponents deal harm on them thanks to Joseph’s ability.
3) Dimitri + Thiva + Kelly + Hayato
‘Healing Heartbeat,’ Dimitri says.
Hayato: Bushido is a Japanese martial art.
Dimitri’s ability produces a 3.5m-diameter healing zone in which teammates and players get 3 HP for 15 seconds. They can also self-recover/revive after being knocked out. It’s worth noting that this skill has a 60-second cooldown.
Kelly’s special ability, Dash, enhances the players’ sprinting speed by 6%.
Hayato’s skill is called Bushido, and it enhances armor penetration by 10% for every 10% loss in the maximum health of players.
Furthermore, both Hayato and Kelly have awakened versions, and users who have them can benefit from their abilities.
2) Chrono + Thiva + Jota + D-bee
Time Turner by Chrono
Sustained Raids (Jota)
Bullet Beats by D-bee
Chrono’s ability creates a force barrier that protects the user from 600 damage and increases their movement speed by 15%. The character’s ability lasts for 8 seconds until a 170-second cooldown begins.
When a user hits an opponent in Sustained Raids, their health is restored. In addition, knocking them out recovers 20% of your health.
D-bee’s skill increases movement speed by 15% while also increasing accuracy by 35%. Both of these are valid when users fire as they move.
1) Alok + Thiva + Luqueta + Moco
Drop the beat, Alok.
Hat Trick for Luqueta
Hacker’s Eye (Moco)
Drop the Beat, a DJ Alok ability, creates a 5 meter aura. It recovers 5 HP for 10 seconds and also boosts the movement speed by 15%.
After each frag, Luqueta’s skill increases the player’s HP by 25 points, up to a maximum of 50. As a result, after two kills, the user’s maximum health will be 250.
After the users have shot an opponent, Moco’s skill tags them for 5 seconds. The position of the tagged opponent will also be communicated to teammates.