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NieR: Automata: 2B cosplay by Chihiro Chang

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NieR: Automata: 2B cosplay by Chihiro Chang

Chihiro Chang looks ready to battle the Machines in this awesome 2B cosplay from NieR: Automata.

“Everything that lives is designed to end. We are perpetually trapped…in a never-ending spiral of life and death.”

This is Taiwanese cosplayer Chihiro Chang:

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So in the following photoset are we looking at Chihiro or an actual screenshot from NieR: Automata? Because Chihiro’s YoRHa No.2 Type B get-up is so spot-on we wouldn’t be surprised if she started beating down machine lifeforms and calling in Pod support systems at a moment’s notice.

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2B❤️ #2B #nierautomatacosplay

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