WOW Blizzcon 2013 Costume Contest

Posted: 26th July 2013 by admin in World of Wracraft
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WOW Blizzcon 2013 Costume Contest
Blizzard doesn’t want the same costumes from the previous years to be re-entered.  Let’s change it up a bit and see something new.  If you have a costume that you used in a previous Blizzcon, but have made some improvements and enhancements to it than give it a whirl.  Just make sure it’s a large enough change.  Blizzard is not a fan of re-hashed content….
Blizzcon 2013 Costume Contest
The Blizzcon Costume Contest is no new thing for Blizzcon, so really this isn’t exactly news.  With that being said, with every contest comes rules, and it would be a horrible thing to see someone spend so much time and effort on a costume only to not be able to enter.
Keep It Safe

Your costume must not be wider than 4 feet, longer than 6 feet, and taller than 8 feet.  As well, if you cannot move around in your costume unassisted than you need to go back to the drawing board.  Blizzcon is meant to be an enjoyable event, so you probably don’t want to break your face because your costume made you trip and fall off the stage.  Seriously!!  Geeks and gamers can be mean, and for every two shocked faces there’s another guy laughing at you.
No Weapons!!!

Weapons will not be allowed; however, costume props made of foam or soft plastic are allowed.  Basically, your Doomhammer replica needs stay at home, but you can create your own out of foam or plastic.  As far as staves go, wood is all right as long as there is no metal.
Keep The Liquids At Home

If your costume requires liquids or gel, then you need to do some rethinking.  If it’s going to create a mess on the stage for yourself or another contestant to slip in then it is not allowed.
Try Something Else

In the end, just keep it fun, safe, and new.  I’m looking forward to seeing this years amazing costumes.  How about the rest of you?  Are you wanting to enter?  The Blizzcon 2013 Costume Contest sign ups begin on August 5th and will be open until September 6th. 

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