img_4664Despite not dressing up on the days that we went to the cosplay sets area, we fooled around in a school classroom, inside a space shuttle, a straight up BALL PIT, on top of a school roof, in the forest, and in a post-apocalyptic city! The lines to take pictures were fairly long, but it was no where close to as crazy as the lines outside to get inside the convention. I felt bad for this one guy cosplaying as Han Solo. He asked us to help him take a picture of him in the forest set, but his only camera wasn’t working. It was a real shame too, since his costume was really well put together! The next day we saw him again, and it seems he fixed the camera since he eventually got help from another person to take his picture. He looked so rad up on that tree stump, it would have neat if a Chewbacca cosplayer were there with him.
img_4665The most fun set to be on was the classroom set, mostly because we were allowed to write whatever we needed on the black board. When I wrote the “lesson” I was supposed to “teach” up on the board, the people in line started cracking up. I mean, “Hentai 101” is kinda funny.

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Despite not dressing up on the days that we went to the cosplay sets area, we fooled around in a school classroom, inside a space shuttle, a straight up BALL PIT, on top of a school roof, in the forest, and in a post-apocalyptic city! The lines to take...