This Guild Wars 2 Asura Cosplay Comes with a Giant Golem
Enayla Cosplay goes above and beyond with her costumes. She’s crafted a suspended GLaDOS cosplay and several sets of detailed armor. One of her latest builds is an asura from Guild Wars 2. Enayla didn’t just make the costume, she also crafted a nine feet tall golem to go with it — asura can summon and create golems. Enayla says:
I’m wearing medium CoE Inquest armor with a Ley Line Longbow and the golem is based on the asura racial skill Summon Power Suit. It’s all EVA foam over a PVC pipe base, hand-painted with acrylics and wired up so that all of the gems glow. I built platforms into the legs so I can climb up into it, although it’s going to take a little more engineering before I can do any walking around or fighting in the suit.
She’s been working on the costume for about a year and half.
See more images of the finished costume and golem at Facebook.
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