Gestures in Lords of the Fallen (LotF) are emotes that players may use to express themselves. Gestures are commands that trigger the players' characters to perform various poses or actions to communicate with other players. They sometimes can be used to unlock secrets in the game. Players may find their Gestures in their inventory menu under the Gestures tab. This page covers a list of all the available gestures, as well as relative information and tips for Lords of the Fallen.
Using Gestures in Lords of the Fallen
Gestures are commonly used to unlock different secrets in different Locations, players can also perform gestures to other players to express their emotions, indications of agreement, disagreement, or direction.
Players can keep track of their gestures in their inventory menu under the gestures tab.
How to get All LOTF Gestures
While some gestures are automatically in the player's inventory at the start of the game, other gestures may be acquired through completing various tasks or quests or simply speaking to different NPCs that players meet throughout the game. Upon exploration, performing certain gestures will also unlock secrets that are hidden.
Lords of the Fallen Gestures
A gesture of agreement.
A gesture of invitation.
A gesture indicating deep sorrow.
A gesture of respect used by the Upper Calrath nobility.
A gesture of joy or triumph.
A reverent prayer to Orius performed by many of his followers across the world.
A fervent gesture in honour of Adyr and the Crimson Ritual.
A challenge to an offender of Orius to battle to the death.
A gesture of disagreement.
A friendly welcome.
A prayer requesting protection and guidance from the Cleric.
A gesture indicating to stop.
A gesture of amusement.
A vow to protect the Orian faith and its followers.
A pledge of devotion to the exiled god Adyr.
A gesture often used to indicate something below.
A gesture indicating direction or focus, often used to guide.
A gesture often used to indicate something above.
A ritualistic gesture indicating worship of the Putrid Mother.
A gesture of defeat.
A gesture indicating fatigue.