Top 5 Rarest Clash Royale Emotes

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Top 5 Rarest Clash Royale Emotes

Aditi Joshi
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Emotes are tools in Clash Royale that players use to express themselves in ongoing battles.
The emotes are of different types and these are regular, exclusive and taunts.
In this article, we'll take a look at the top 5 rarest emotes in Clash Royale.

Clash Royale is a popular multiplayer strategy video game by Supercell. The game involves battling against opponents as it combines elements of collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arenas. Players often enjoy communicating with their enemies during ongoing matches or with their friends.

To do so, they can make use of something known as emotes. Emotes are popular not just in Clash Royale but also in other games like Fortnite. In this article, we'll take a look at the top 5 rarest emotes in Clash Royale.


What are Emotes in Clash Royale?

Emotes are a way for players to communicate with their enemies during battles. These include animations and sound effects and can be used during battles. You can use them while spectating, or in clan chat by tapping a button.

There are three main types of Emotes: Regular, Exclusive, and Taunts. Exclusive Emotes have a Legendary border and are only available for a limited period of time.

Regular Emotes can become exclusive after a while. Taunts are only available during battles and show text instead of animations. There are six default Taunts in English, such as "Good luck!" or "Oops."


Top 5 Rarest Clash Royale Emotes

The following are the top 5 rarest Clash Royale emotes:

Champion Tournament King Emote

The Champion Tournament King emote shows the King happily rubbing a trophy with number 1 written on it. It first made its appearance in January 2020 during the Global Tournament. Only the top 100 players in the tournament received this emote, making it very rare among the myriad of Clash Royale players.

If you see this emote when a battle starts, know that you are against a tough opponent. To get it, you need to rank in the top 200 at the end of a season. The Tournament King Champion emote is super rare and can be acquired only by the leading players of the game.


Goblin Clash Royale League 2019 Emote

This emote was released in 2019 and features a goblin with a wide grin. His paint is covered in red and blue, along with green-colored skin throughout. Along with a grin, the goblin is also seen giving two thumbs up.

Even during its release in 2019, it was a daunting task trying to obtain this emote. Players needed 20 wins back in the 2019 Clash Royale League challenge to obtain this emote. And it continues to be one of the rarest, highly limited Cash Royale emotes in the game.


Royal Ghost Gem Emote

This emote was available during Treasures of the Old King Season 17 in Clash Royale. It features the Royal Ghost, who is hiding vast treasures within the Clash Royale Palace. However, his favorite object is his favorite gem. It never fails to entertain him. In the emote, the ghost appears surprised and lets out a little scream upon seeing the gem.

Players who had earned Legend Trophies before update in 2018 received this special emote. This emote hails from the past, a time when the trophy system was different. This emote is only with the most skilled players in Clash Royale.


New Year Bomber Emote

This emote was released in the unique year of 2020. The emote was available in the sop for $10 and has since disappeared. The emoji unintentionally foreshadowed the way 2020 was bombed by the pandemic calamities. It alludes to a dark time in history, but the year has fortunately ended since, and with it, the emote too.


Santa Ice Wizard and Santa Ice Spirit Emote

The Ice Wizard and Ice Spirit in Clash Royale wore Santa outfits in the 2018 holidays. These special emotes, showcase the cards with Santa hats and were only available in December 2018 holidays. They haven't been seen in the shop since then.

While new Christmas emotes can come every year, this particular emote won't be coming back. They were limited-edition and weren't even available on the shop. We are yet to see any more Christmas animations.



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Aditi Joshi is an English Literature student who indulges in the world of gaming when she's not working. She finds enjoyment in the immersive world of gaming.

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