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About syntaxerror37

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    Otaku In Training
  • Birthday 12/20/1978

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    Macungie, PA

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  1. Omar from Rock & Rule (with my wife as Angel. And as a last minute addition (since I finished the gun) I will be cosplaying on Thursday in line as the vault (13) dweller.
  2. We used to be good about spending money at Otakon, then we got better jobs and my wife picked up cell collecting as a hobby. As a result our expenditures in the dealers room have gone up a bit. Still, we save money by splitting a hotel room with friends and bringing some suplamental food along with us.
  3. We always get in line around 5, based on the fact we've got nothing better to do. We get our badges within an hour then go get some dinner. We have a good time talking, playing hand-helds, and my wife recently started sketching while in line. I would like to go a little bit against conventional wisdom on waiting in the line (for over an hour anyway). Although hydration is important in the summer, you may want to watch how much water you are actually drinking. You will want to keep your bathroom breaks to a minimum in the line.
  4. As it says below my avatar, I'm In Macungie, PA (suburb of Allentown).
  5. As far as I know, no one else has gone as the animated Legend of Zelda series Link and Zelda other than my wife and I (2005 & 2007). And last year we went as what I think were the onlyD-Boy and Aki from Tekkaman Blade. In both cases we were quite pleased by the fan reaction we had. We have also gone as the vault dweller and Dogmeat from Fallout (2005), original characters from our own fiction (2006), in addition to link in 2007 I went as my favorite character from City of Heroes. For 2009 we're both doing City of Heroes characters, as well as Angel and Omar from Rock n' Rule.
  6. Well it should be me, the wife, her sister, and at least four of our friends, most likely more.
  7. Well, we've finally finalized our costumes, now I just need to wait for my shift change at work and I can get cracking on the props. One is a redux of an existing prop, the other three are from scratch, I am so excited to begin work!
  8. <br />I couldn't tell. <img src="style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="" border="0" alt="biggrin.gif" /><br /><br />I want <a href=" target="_blank">these</a>, provided I ever get a phone you can actually attach charms to. I've never had a phone like that. ^^;<br />
  9. We generally do not cosplay on Sunday, but there are those who do. We generally ware 2 costumes more out of "unable to choose" then for hygiene reasons. Last year we did where the same costumes Friday and Saturday (though we changed to street clothes Saturday evening). Depending on the material and how hot you get under the collar sometimes just airing the costume out (inside out if you can manage it) with a little touch of fabric freshener will keep it smell-free. Also if your costume, or it's inner most parts, are machine washable, all hotels have laundry facilities and you can always just
  10. Radio nothing, you're supposed to be singing it along with the rest of the car, preferably totally out of tune.
  11. "This is the song that ever ends..." great for any road trip.
  12. Narrowed it down a bit and I think we've gotten it picked out, both will be reprises of previous cosplays for me, only with better props. One of my wife's is brand new and I am looking forward to the challenge of building her props.
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