The number of characters in League of Legends is endless, especially once you add in the different skins. Lux has a Star Guardian look that puts her squarely into Sailor Moon territory. Cosplayer Jobielee made a rather spot on replica of the costume to wear at Katsucon in February. She tested it a local convention this weekend — and yes, it always a good idea to take your costume and props out for a test run. She said:
“I made everything with exception of the baton ends, stars, wings and tiara. Those came from the awesome resin kit from Vensy props. I did assemble and paint everything though!”
That brings up a helpful tip: if you want to cosplay a particular character but are worried about getting certain accessories or props just right, look for kits. You can find them on Etsy or locate sellers through the Replica Props Forum.
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That outfit is really cute! I can’t imagine all the work put towards getting that together.