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The Witcher: Ciri cosplay by Ilona Bugaeva

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The Witcher: Ciri cosplay by Ilona Bugaeva

Ilona Bugaeva brings The Witcher’s Ciri to life in the following photoset.

“Only the Elder Blood can stop the White Frost. Only I can stop it.”

Ilona Bugaeva has quickly become one of our favorite cosplayers/make-up artists here at AiPT!, and with good reason. Her stellar work, including her spot-on, sly smirking Margaery Tyrell from Game of Thrones and her regal Daenerys Targaryen is only further accentuated by her ashen-haired Ciri of The Witcher fame.

Not only has Ilona replicated Ciri’s costume to a tee but her facial scar as well.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BvcFqu4nPX1/

Off to buy some feed for Kelpie.

Fur stolen from the King of Temeria himself.

Reprimanded by Geralt for blocking arrows with her sword again. It’s hard being a killing machine, but hey, someone has to do it.

When Geralt tells Ciri she’s his destiny. When Geralt tells Vennefer she’s his destiny.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BOHZTkQD2s3/

Twitter: @ilonabugaeva

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