The following section contains information from a silly source and is not canon.

"Navigating the social pitfalls of online gaming can be a challenge. How do you voice your opinion without stepping on your teammates’ toes, or keep up with witty banter if you’re trying to concentrate on your build order? If these are the kind of things that keep you awake at night, we have the solution. Today, we are proud to present you with a new way to enhance your Blizzard gaming experience: B’Motes! With a staggering variety of brand-new emotes and expressions as well as an Automated Chat Optimization Overlay (AChOO*), you can finally sound just as epic as the heroes you play. To get the full run-down of how B’Motes will take your social online experience to the next level, visit the official B’Motes page now!"

- Summary(src)

BMotes Logo1


B'Motes was a promoted system as part of Blizzard Entertainment's 2015 April Fool's event. It listed supposed voice packs for its various games.[1]

Field Commanders PackEdit

"Emulate the speech patterns of the Protoss and control the forces of Aiur like a true Executor; take on the mannerisms of a hard-as-neosteel-nails Terran battlefield tactician and whip your raggedy-ass bunch of soldiers into shape; or chirp and chitter like a Zerg hive queen and direct the Swarm to victory!"

- Field Commanders Pack summary(src)

MessageLog SC2 Game1


The field commanders pack was the promoted product for StarCraft II. It features Khalani in place of English for the protoss player, and various sounds for the zerg player. The terran player is, to say the least, a bit confused...[2]


  1. 2015-04-01, Sound off with Confidence: Introducing B’Motes. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2015-04-03
  2. 2015-04-01, B'Motes. Blizzard Entertainment, accessed on 2015-04-03