SOE Live Cosplay Recap
By Darren Henderson (DizzyPW), OnRPG Editor-in-Chief
Co-Written by James Hunt (JamesBl0nde), MMOHuts Content Manager
It’s been quite a busy couple of weeks here at OnRPG and MMOHuts but now that NYCC, the Elder Scrolls event, and SOE Live have come to a close we can finally readjust and get things back to normal. But not before our final and in some people’s opinion, the most important article of all. Of course we’re talking about the cosplayers so let’s take a look!
SOE Live’s brand of cosplayers are an interesting bunch, primarily because their line-up of titles are so diverse with no real connecting factor. You’ll find everything from dwarves…
To DC Heroes and Villians. And the guy on the right. He actually won an award for his incredibly unique costume.
This Everquest 2 fan showed off his dedication by lugging a 30lb Chainmail to the showroom floor!
This golden dragon set the record for construction with 17 rolls of duct tape filling out the costume!
This Warlock stands as a testament to the power of gaming. Diagnosed with a crippling illness in 2000 and expected to live a mere 3-5 years, she stands now at SOE Live demonstrating her love of the original Everquest in cosplay form.
Throwing stereotypes to the wind, this Pig Knight stands as a 5+ year military veteran. The red head to his right was so pumped for the Chains of Eternity expansion she came dressed as just that!
Back on the superhero front…
These girls made Planetside 2 and Everquest 2 look good!
While hanging out with the Planetside 2 team we stumbled across the green screen stand…
…so we of course took advantage to become comic book characters!
Yoda was cruising in style in this custom Star Wars sports car
This Everquest 2 vixen was all the rage at the pool party. Let it be a lesson to ladies everywhere, geeks in Vegas will treat you right if you dress like a video game character.
This full body Dragon Knight stole the show with a mask beneath a mask. Congrats to this incredibly skilled costume designer for winning the gold!
This concludes this year’s coverage of SOE Live. This was one of the most fun shows we’ve ever worked at and we suggest anyone true fan of Sony’s titles reserve their spot in next year’s show. You won’t regret it!