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The Witcher Priscilla the Bard Cosplay

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Cosplayers leave no stone unturned. They tackle major characters, sure, but they also identify minor characters to cosplay. Caroline, also known as Corneline on DeviantArt, focused on a bard in The Witcher. Priscilla is featured briefly in the game; she’s Dandelion’s friend. Caroline did a rather spot-on replica of the character’s ensemble and she’s not likely to run into any other Priscillas at conventions — there’s appeal to having a unique costume.

When she’s not showing off the outfit at conventions or similar gatherings, she could fit right in with it at a renaissance faire.

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via Kotaku, photo via DeviantArt


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