As a cosplay figure from the Warcraft universe, the legendary Arthas Menethil, the butcher of the king and the Lich King is extremely popular. But his successor? Puff cake! That probably has less to do with the fact that Bolvar Fordragon, who took over the Lich King position in WoW: Wrath of the Lich King, would be a less famous guy. It is more about the fact that in principle it is extremely time-consuming to cosplay a charred person. Because after Bolvar was caught by a dragon breath of fire, he can be jokingly compared to a piece of coal rather than a glorious hero figure. Be that as it may, this fact didn't stop the cosplayer Hartigan from making a Bolvar Fordragon costume … and what a costume! Just take a look at the video of his detailed work!
Hats off, Hartigan, because no one will imitate this stunt so quickly. Not only are countless LEDs built into the cosplay, which glow eerily red, smoke even pours out of the breastplate! And despite the full body costume, Hartigan still manages to move reasonably naturally. Hartigan presented this cosplay at BlizzConline, which took place digitally on February 19 and 20, 2021. How did Hartigan land in the cosplay community competition? The first of course!
Do you want to recreate something like that? Then you need not only a large wallet and the skill, but also a lot of time with the planned 3,000 euros material costs. Hartigan has invested an insane 638 man hours in this unforgettable look.
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