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  1. Everyone who participates in the Saturday Hall Costume Contest is required to be a part of the Fashion Show in the Masquerade, and is therefore secured a spot. Friday entrants who would like to participate can refer to #25 of the Hall Contest Rules: "Any participant who will be participating in the Hall Costume Contest Fashion Show must adhere to additional rules: * You must be present for a brief Hall Costume Contest Fashion Show rehearsal, to be held prior to the Masquerade. Details will be given at check-in. * Your costume must allow you freedom of movement so that you
  2. Always remember to check the Hall Contest page for more info "Check-in for pre-registered participants will begin at 10:00 AM on the day of the contest in the corridor outside of the Costume Contest Suite (VIP West) on the 400 level of the BCC. Check-in for pre-registered participants will end at 12:00 Noon, or whenever all pre-registered participants in line have been checked in. At that time, any unclaimed slots will be available to other members of Otakon on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be a separate line for open registration for the costume contest beginning at 10:00
  3. It is normal to wait a week or two in order to get a confirmation email from the Coordinator. If you haven't heard anything by 2 weeks, email her just to check on things...but you should get a confirmation before that. Just be patient ^.^ She has a lot of registrations to sort through.
  4. Yes, it is a good idea to go ahead and pre-reg for the contest. If you don't finish the costume, you can cancel your registration or enter a different costume by contacting the Hall Coordinator prior to the convention. Besides, a lot can happen in 2 months and getting in your pre-registration now can save some trouble later.
  5. @ Icey - The rules state the various qualifications for different divisions: "Novice - contestants who have won zero major cosplay awards at any convention Journeyman - contestants who have won less than four major cosplay awards at any convention Craftsman - contestants who have won four or more major cosplay awards at any convention " It doesn't say anything about how many years you've been cosplaying or how many costumes you've made. "Sandbagging" would be better defined as someone who has won several awards, let's say 5 First Place and Best in Shows, trying to compete a
  6. Pre-registration is open and rules are up for the Hall Cosplay Contest. If you have any questions, please post them here or email the Hall Contest Coordinator (there is a link on the Hall Cosplay page).
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