What gaming cosplayer wouldn’t want to have a real-life replica of their avatar look to strut around in? Created by professionals? Well, they’re in luck. The Tony Award-Winning Alliance Theatre’s recent production of In Love and Warcraft was about a girl living in both her real life and her online gaming life. For the production, the costume shop created some amazing real-life avatars, designed by Lex Liang. Due to a lack of storage for these sizeable costumes, the Alliance is announcing a rare sale of these pieces from their Atlanta-based shop. For questions and purchase information, please contact Alliance Costume Shop manager Carol Hammond at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are the details:
The Princess Azareth costume includes purple trunks, bodice with light-up “jewel” & attached gold & purple skirt panels, large collar with peacock feathers, purple gloves (with light-up thumb), gold tiara, purple wig, size 7 boots, and spear. It was built for a 5’4″ woman, size 2-4.
The Paladin costume includes green trunks, chest plate with attached collar, green skirt with light-up “jewel,” gold armbands, mask with attached veil, wig, size 11.5 boots, and sword. It was built for a 6’1″ man, 42 chest, 34 waist.
The Shaman costume includes blue arms, faux-skull headdress, padded chestplate with 3 light-up “jewels,” pants with attached skirt, size 6.5-7 boots, and axe. It was built for a 5’1″ woman, size 2.
The Gnome costume (meant to be worn while on one’s knees) includes coat, pants with kneepads and shoe fronts, size 8.5 slippers, shirt, fingerless gloves with light-up thumb, red curly wig, and quiver with wrench and pick (goggles not included). It was built for a 5’7″ man, 42 chest, 34 waist.
The Monster costume (design pictured up top) includes the torso (the eyes light up green) & lower half with stilts. Built by Scottie Rowell for a 6’4″ man.
Full gallery with designs and photos is below. Remember: contact Carol Hammond at email@example.com if you’re interested in snagging one of these.