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League of Legends Fiddlesticks Cosplay from PAX East 2013

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League of Legends Fiddlesticks Cosplay from PAX East 2013

Finally a Fiddlesticks cosplay that doesn’t look like some aberrant sock puppet. CAWCAWCAWCAW!

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A cosplay this good has to be seen in action to be fully appreciated:

For those of you not familiar with League of Legends or the character of Fiddlesticks, the Harbinger of Doom:

The first apprentice who entered was cut down immediately by an unearthly scythe. What few who followed and survived were driven mad by fear, mere husks of men gibbering about crows and death. Afraid of the evil even Istvaan could not control, the League sealed all exits to the chamber, hoping they could contain what they could not destroy. Years went by, but the wooden figure within never moved save to slay any foolish enough to enter. Seeing no recourse to reclaim the chamber, the Council instead devised a use for Fiddlesticks: executioner. While he comes to life and seemingly abides by the rules of summoning in the Fields of Justice, what he awaits inside his chamber is unknown. His unmoving face yields no clues, and his scythe stands ready to strike down any who stand before him.

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