This All-Ladies Dragon Age: Inquistion Cosplay group is simply awesome

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Dragon Age: Inquisition is out in a few months, and what better way to celebrate than looking at some amazing cosplay of some of the game's female characters? This great group of women took to the wilds for a wonderful photoshoot.

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Header Image Credit: Bronson Le/Photosassin

The group features Leliana, Cassandra (both from Armed & Dangerous cosplay), Sera (Emmabellish) and Dragon Age Origins' Morrigan (Tarah-Rex Cosplay), and they've done a remarkable job of translating the look of the game in both their costumes but in the tone of their shoot as well - it's colourful and striking, and definitely evokes the look of The Hinterlands, a location Bioware have been showing off a lot of in the run up to release.

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Illustration for article titled This All-Ladies iDragon Age: Inquistion/i Cosplay group is simply awesome
Illustration for article titled This All-Ladies iDragon Age: Inquistion/i Cosplay group is simply awesome
Illustration for article titled This All-Ladies iDragon Age: Inquistion/i Cosplay group is simply awesome
Illustration for article titled This All-Ladies iDragon Age: Inquistion/i Cosplay group is simply awesome
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Individual photos taken by The Will Box

It's a shame Leliana and Morrigan aren't playable party members, otherwise my group for the game would look a hell of a lot like this! Well done, ladies.

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[via Fashionably Geek]


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pessimippopotamus
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So, I think it's pretty cool that BioWare has been releasing detailed character design references ahead of time to help cosplayers make their costumes. Of course, lack of such guides wouldn't stop hardcore cosplayers, but it's like getting a semi-official seal of approval from the studio.