Is this an allowed cosplay?

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Cheapsheep
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Is this an allowed cosplay?

Post by Cheapsheep » June 8th, 2016, 5:01 pm

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This will include that the camouflaged person will also be wearing army boots and dogtag(s).
The other one will be mostly black and the color OD (olive drab) and ofcourse army boots.

Will this give any problems?
We will not bear any form of gun or other weapon beside the hidden blade.

Dear regards,
Cheapsheep



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George
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Re: Is this an allowed cosplay?

Post by George » June 8th, 2016, 6:56 pm

In short, yes, we allow this.
We do however ask of you to keep your face visible when not doing photoshoots.
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Re: Is this an allowed cosplay?

Post by Robert » June 8th, 2016, 9:07 pm

On a further note, these kinds of cosplay is already forbidden at Japan-Expo (France).

Keep in mind that you most likely will raise more than a eyebrow if you decide to travel to the festival like that, even in the comfort of your own car let alone public transport.
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Re: Is this an allowed cosplay?

Post by Evette » June 9th, 2016, 1:06 pm

I would recommend bringing the costume with you to the convention and getting changed there to avoid any issues with the public.

They have very nice changing rooms :3

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