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20 May 2009 - 16:5314687
Hmmm! Well I'd certainly agree they definately add something to the cosplay! On a related note, does anyone know any bite-size German phrases I can learn for Holy Roman Empire? Mainly I need chat-up lines.


20 May 2009 - 21:2214696
Their not needed for a cosplay but if you can get the voice on or at least create one that relates thats great I always try impressions and ask friends what they really think, if it sucks then I just act out their personality rather than the voice too... if this makes sence? Sorry I'm ramblering now


20 May 2009 - 22:1614702
Quote PKNIVES:
Hmmm! Well I'd certainly agree they definately add something to the cosplay! On a related note, does anyone know any bite-size German phrases I can learn for Holy Roman Empire? Mainly I need chat-up lines.


mein gott en himmel - My God in Heaven!


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23 May 2009 - 12:2014796
Quote sjbonnar:

I think more people SHOULD do the PLAY part of cosplay. I love being in character! And don't get me wrong, you wouldn't be in character ALL the time! But being Alucard and running around like a hyperactive child would be wrong!


I find being in character helps me meet people ^^ At the Ame ball I was Cissnei from Crisis Core. I first met Defrain because he was in his Zack Fair cosplay and I just walked up to him and said "ZACK! I've been looking all over for you!" and he immediately replied with "CISSNEEEEIIII! I was just... yeah!"

It's great when people join in with you, you have to take the good with the bad though! Some people just look confused!


24 May 2009 - 13:5914819
I love doing voice impersonations of characters i've cosplayed seeing i love doing any sort of impersonation. though i rarely do it since its a mainly keep to myself thing


26 May 2009 - 14:5714929
Quote sjbonnar:

I think more people SHOULD do the PLAY part of cosplay. I love being in character! And don't get me wrong, you wouldn't be in character ALL the time! But being Alucard and running around like a hyperactive child would be wrong!


Absolutely. Me and my mood swings do not always agree with the constant hyper-activity of most cosplayers anyway. It would be wonderful to meet an auron (for example) who wasn't busy being chibi with sakura. Then again, it is energizing when people keep a happy mood throughout the con, regardless of how you happen to feel, and regardless of their emoking cosplays (like, say, sasuke).
Furthermore, I happen to enjoy cosplaying violent emotards myself, but I do allow myself to smile when I feel like it.
I guess maybe just keeping a steady balance would be best. Try to think about when you should be roleplaying and when you shouldn't. I have a sad feeling that roleplayers is a dying breed though, so I suppose I shouldn't set my hopes too high for people to agree with me on this.



Last edited by Adamoluna (26 May 2009 - 14:59)
31 May 2009 - 15:1915207
Its funny if you can do it. But if you can't it doesn't really matter. I'm stupidly shy (i really shouldn't have taken gcse drama...) so I would NEVER be able to get into character. But people that can are totally awesome.


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