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Assassin’s Creed Mary Read Cosplay

Shiva Cosplay has dressed as a variety of characters from the Assassin’s Creed universe, including Maria from the recent live action film adaptation. One of her costumes is based on Mary Read, pirate and member of the Assassin Order. She woke up with an idea for the costume one morning and went to work in order to get the cosplay finished in a matter of days. One of the pictures below shows the progress she made in a single day. The other picture shows off Mary’s sword.

Shiva says:

I’ve made the sword in a hurry in a couple of hours using only a layer of forex.

Both the buckle and sword were made in a single day.

See more of Shiva’s work at Facebook.

Top photo by Gianluca Bini Photography


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