Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Cassandra Pentaghast isn’t the sort of character that tolerates any bull. The Seeker of Truth works to restore the Inquisition in the new game, and she has some wicked armor. This long hoodie emulates the look of Cassandra’s ensemble without any of the weight. The zip-up costume hoodie is a cotton and polyester blend and features the following highlights:

Oversized Seeker symbol stencil on front and back
Body is black and red 80% cotton / 20% polyester
Sleeves are 60% cotton / 40% polyester and have thumb cuffs
Faux-leather cuffs and spaulders
Hood is detachable and jersey-lined
Metal buckle, grommet, and stud details

It’s so fancy!

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karate cat t-shirt

Nothing turns heads quite like a tacky cat t-shirt, and this one from Zumiez achieves an amazing level of gaudy that all cat shirts should strive for. It features an orange cat background and a human with a cat head doing karate in the foreground. It’s delightfully ridiculous. Plus, your enemies will know that you’re not to be trifled with.

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Want to add a little more deep sea vibe to your wardrobe? This brightly colored octopus skirt from ThinkGeek is for you. The skirt is black and features three octopuses on both the front and back in bright blue. Also? It has pockets! The presence of pockets improves any skirt design.

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A Star Destroyer is generally a thing that strikes fear in the hearts of men, but not this one. Okay, maybe there were some nervous jitters on the part of Stephen Dempsey who built it to propose to his girlfriend, Amanda. She’s a big Star Wars fan so he hid the ring inside the ship. He told The Daily Dot:

“Our love is like this ship,” he told Amanda. “Its shields defend from any outside force wanting to get in and destroy us.”

Isn’t that just the cutest? And yes, they plan to have Star Wars integrated into their wedding day by playing the theme as the enter for the reception.

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Just imagine you’re driving around your peaceful neighborhood and see this standing on a street corner. It would likely make you drive faster in the opposite direction. Redditor number784 recognized Pyramid Head and snapped this picture so we could all enjoy the wonderful creepy of this cosplayer taking full advantage of a foggy day.

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This hoodie version of Half-Life 2’s Hazardous Environment suit (HEV) won’t protect you from the hazards of the Black Mesa Research Facility, but it will keep you warm. The design is based on the Mark V version of the suit and lets you look just like Gordon Freeman. It has kangaroo pockets, the Lambda logo, and a custom metal Black Mesa zipper pull.

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Show off your past in the galaxy far, far away with these Star Wars varsity jackets. You can go dark side or light side with a black and red Sith Lord design or orange and gray with a Rebel Alliance pattern. Dark side features the Imperial cog and a Darth Vader silhouette, and light side has an X-wing and the Rebel symbol. Choose wisely.

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dark magician cosplay 1

There’s not enough Yu-Gi-Oh cosplay in the world. These Dark Magician and Dark Magician Girl costumes by Lux Cosplay and Pinkie Peri prove it. They’re bright, sassy, and pretty much exactly match the images on the Yu-Gi-Oh cards. They completely nailed the wacky shapes of the costumes and props.

Photos by greencat.

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game of thrones sand snakes armor

Nipple armor is almost never a good idea. It didn’t work for Batman, and it doesn’t work for anyone else – including the Sand Snakes on Game of Thrones. The first photos of the new characters from the upcoming season of the HBO series revealed their beautiful armor, but many were not pleased with the built in nipples. Game of Thrones costume designer Michele Clapton recently spoke with NY Mag and mentioned the inclusion of the nipples on the armor is regrettable:

“You’ve picked a bone of contention!” Clapton laughed. She told the Cut that “it certainly wasn’t my intention” to have nippled armor. “I’m not terribly keen on it,” she added. “I don’t see the necessity for it. You don’t do it on men.” Well, except the famously ridiculed Batman suit. “Yeah, okay, that. But I wouldn’t do it on men, and I don’t really like the concept of it on women. Of course you have to have the woman’s shape. That’s fine. But [nipples on armor] is almost from a man’s point of view, and there’s something slightly cheesy about it.”

She explained that the nipple addition was more or less a mistake. They were present because of the molds used to make the armor, and they weren’t sanded off to the extent that Clapton wanted. She didn’t notice the error until the set photos surfaced, but claims that they aren’t that noticeable in the actual footage.

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little princess tee

This design by Kelly Larson is a big bundle of feels from my childhood wrapped onto one perfectly poignant design. This mash up of Star Wars and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince is called The Little Princess and I want it on everything I own.

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