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Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit


Make you the same as Squall Leonhart in this Cosplay Costume Suit for cosplay show. This Final Fantasy Costume Suit is perfect for plays, theatrical productions, or as a unique Christmas or Halloween costume. The exquisite workmanship and h...
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  • You can now dress up as Squall Leonhart, the 17 year old, the fearlessness boy in Final Fantasy XIII in this amazing Cosplay Costume Suit
  • Just from the charming color and style you definitely have a looker and sure winner
  • You will be flashing in this "knock your eyes out" Final Fantasy Costume Suit
  • This stylish Anime Cosplay Costume Suit will make you stand out at any party
  • Whoa, I must say that's a lot just listing it down and the costume details are definitely top notch
  • The exquisite workmanship and high quality material make this Final Fantasy Costume used for a long time
  • This Cosplay Costume Suit is perfect for plays, theatrical productions, or as a unique Halloween costume
  • Color: Black


Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

  • This suit is designed originally base on Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall, the exquisite workmanship and high quality material make this Anime Cosplay Costume Suit used for a long time

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

  • You will look the same with Squall when you put on this Final Fantasy Cosplay Costume

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Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

What is Cosplay:

Cosplay short for "costume play" is a type of performance art in which participants don costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Characters are often drawn from popular fiction in Japan. Favorite sources include manga, anime, tokusatsu, comic books, graphic novels, video games, hentai and fantasy movies. Role play includes portrayals of J-pop and J-rock stars, Taiwanese puppet characters, science fiction characters, characters from musical stories, classic novels, and entertainment software. Any entity from the real or virtual world that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject. Inanimate objects are given anthropomorphic forms and it is not unusual to see genders switched, with women playing male roles and vice versa.

How to be a Cosplayer:

  • To be a cosplayer you first need a costume. You can make your costume, either by sewing or by putting it together from already made pieces
  • Find your accessories. Some costumes aren't complete without their accessories. For example, if you are cosplaying as Kaylee from the Sci-Fi show, "Firefly", it's helpful to have her rainbow parasol. It helps identify you as that character
  • Find a place to wear your costume! Halloween is not the only day you can get dolled up in your favorite costume
  • Pose and be nice. Some people will want to comment on your costume and / or take your picture. Posing for pictures is a really fun part of cosplaying

Cleaning Method:

  • Wash with cold water below 30 degrees without bleaching
  • Hand washing and hang to dry
  • Avoid exposing under the sun directly for a long time

Final Fantasy VIII

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

  • Final Fantasy VIII is a role-playing video game released for the PlayStation in 1999 and for Windows-based personal computers in 2000. It was developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) as the Final Fantasy series' eighth title, removing magic point-based spell-casting and the first title to consistently use realistically proportioned characters
  • The game's story focuses on a group of young mercenaries who are drawn into an international conflict, and seek to protect the world from a sorceress manipulating the war for her own purposes. The main protagonist is Squall Leonhart, a 17-year-old loner and student at the military academy Balamb Garden, who is training to become a "SeeD", a mercenary paid by the academy
  • The development of Final Fantasy VIII began in 1997, during the English localization process of Final Fantasy VII. The music was scored by Nobuo Uematsu, series regular, and in a series first, the theme music is a vocal piece, "Eyes on Me", performed by Faye Wong. The game was positively received by critics and was a commercial success


The six main playable characters in Final Fantasy VIII

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

  • Squall Leonhart, a loner who keeps his focus on his duty to avoid vulnerability
  • Rinoa Heartilly, an outspoken and passionate young woman who follows her heart in all situations
  • Quistis Trepe, an instructor with a serious, patient attitude
  • Zell Dincht, a martial artist with a passion for hot dogs
  • Selphie Tilmitt, a cheerful girl who loves trains and pilots the airship Ragnarok
  • Irvine Kinneas, a marksman and consummate ladies' man

Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

Temporarily playable characters include Laguna Loire, Kiros Seagill, and Ward Zabac, who appear in "flashback" sequences, and antagonists Seifer Almasy and Edea Kramer


Lorrie Anime Final Fantasy VIII Squall Cosplay Costume Suit

  • Final Fantasy VIII begins as Squall duels with Seifer in a training session outside the Balamb Garden military academy. Meanwhile, Galbadia invades the Dollet Dukedom, forcing Dollet to hire assistance from the Balamb Garden branch of "SeeD", Garden's elite mercenary force. SeeD uses the mission as a final examination for its cadets; with the help of his instructor, Quistis, Squall passes the mission's prerequisite and is grouped with Seifer and Zell. Seifer disobeys orders and abandons his team, forcing Selphie to accompany Squall and Zell for the duration of the mission. After the mission, SeeD halts the Galbadian advance; Squall, Zell, and Selphie graduate to SeeD status, while Seifer is disciplined for his disobedience. During the graduation party, Squall meets Rinoa, whose personality is apparently the opposite of his. When assigned with Zell and Selphie to help Rinoa's resistance faction in Galbadian-occupied Timber, Squall learns that a sorceress named Edea is behind Galbadia's recent hostilities. Under orders from Balamb and Galbadia Gardens, Squall and his comrades - now joined by Rinoa, Quistis, and Irvine - attempt to assassinate Edea. However, the sorceress thwarts the attempt, and the party is detained. During the attempt, Squall's party also learns that Seifer has left Garden to become Edea's second-in-command.
  • After the team escapes, Edea launches a missile attack on Trabia Garden. Fearing that Balamb Garden is the next target of Edea's revenge, the team splits into two units. Squall's group returns to Balamb to warn of the attack, but must first stop an internal Garden conflict incited by NORG, SeeD's financier. Selphie's team travels to the Missile Base to stop the launch, but fails. Squall inadvertently turns Balamb Garden into a mobile fortress, allowing the facility to evade the missiles; however, unable to control the Garden, it collides with the docks at Fishermans' Horizon. While local technicians repair the Garden, the Galbadian Army invade in search of a girl named Ellone, who had been staying at Balamb Garden until recently. Ellone eventually escapes to Esthar, the world's technological superpower. During Squall's meeting with Ellone, he learns that she had been "sending" him and his allies into flashbacks set 17 years in the past in a vain effort to alter the present. The scenes center on Laguna and his two friends, Kiros and Ward. During the flashbacks, Laguna changes from a Galbadian soldier to the defender of a country village, and then moves from being the leader of a resistance movement against Sorceress Adel to the President of Esthar.
  • Meanwhile, Squall confronts his personal anxieties fueled by ongoing developments, such as Headmaster Cid appointing him as SeeD's new leader, and his increasing attraction to Rinoa. While investigating Trabia Garden's wreckage, Squall and his comrades learn that they, along with Seifer and Ellone, were all raised (with the exception of Rinoa) in an orphanage run by Edea; they later developed amnesia due to their use of Guardian Forces. It is also revealed that Cid and Edea had established Garden and SeeD primarily to defeat corrupt sorceresses. After these revelations, the forces of Balamb Garden and the Galbadian Army, led by Squall and Seifer respectively, engage in battle above the orphanage. After Balamb defeats Galbadia, the player learns that Edea is merely an unwilling tool for "Ultimecia", a powerful sorceress from the future who wishes to compress time into a single moment; it is for this reason she has sought Ellone. Edea loses a decisive battle against the SeeD, forcing Ultimecia to transfer her powers to Rinoa; Edea survives, but Rinoa enters a coma. Squall becomes obsessed with waking her and goes to Esthar to find Ellone, as he believes that she can help save Rinoa
  • While Rinoa is being treated on Esthar's space station, Ultimecia uses her to free Sorceress Adel from her orbital prison. Ultimecia then orders Seifer to activate the Lunatic Pandora facility, inciting a rain of creatures from the moon that sends Adel's containment device to the planet. Having selected Adel as her next host, Ultimecia abandons Rinoa in outer space. Squall rescues her, and they return to the planet on a derelict starship. Upon their landing, delegates from Esthar isolate Rinoa for fear of her sorceress abilities,  forcing Squall to rescue her. President Laguna apologizes for the incident and announces Dr. Odine's plan to let Ultimecia possess Rinoa, have Ellone send Rinoa (and thus Ultimecia as well) to the past and then retrieve only Rinoa back to the present, enabling Ultimecia to achieve Time Compression, as it would allow Squall's group to confront Ultimecia in her time. To do this, Squall's team infiltrates Lunatic Pandora, defeats Seifer and Adel, and has Rinoa inherit Adel's sorceress powers. Time Compression is thus initiated; Squall and his allies travel to Ultimecia's era and defeat her.
  • With Ultimecia defeated, the universe begins returning to normal; however, Squall is nearly lost in the flow of time as he witnesses the origins of the game's story. When a dying Ultimecia travels back in time to pass her powers to Edea, Squall informs Edea of the concepts of Garden and SeeD that she will create. Afterward, he is able to properly recollect his memories and thus return to the present. The ending cinema depicts the events after Squall's return to the present. Seifer is once again reunited with Raijin and Fujin; Laguna visits Raine's grave (and remembers his proposal to her) along with Ellone, Ward, and Kiros; and a celebration takes place in the Garden, with Squall and Rinoa kissing one another under the moonlight

Package Included:

  • 1 x Squall Cosplay Costume Suit