Fierce Deity Link and Ganondorf Went Bushido for Holiday Matsuri
Holiday Matsuri attracted a number of talented cosplayers, many of whom put festive spins on their costumes for the event. We featured a video showing off several ensembles in early January, but now Reddit, specifically Redditor Playing_Panda, has brought another one to my attention. Playing Panda Cosplay and Rockweller dressed as Bushido Ganondorf and Bushido Fierce Deity Link. Rockweller upgraded his Fierce Deity Link (which was his first costume) for the gathering, including adding to the armor and making a new Pepakura form mask. You can see a photo of the mask below.
Playing Panda Cosplay made Ganondorf’s armor from foam and if you take a close look at the above picture, you’ll see candy canes decorating the armor. A better picture of that is also below.
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