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Epic Dragon Slayer’s Armor Would Scare Dragons off Before You Could Slay One

by Paul Strauss
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Now I’m not a big cosplayer myself, but I can definitely appreciate quality costumes when I see them – and this one is a doozie. What you’re looking at here is an incredible leather armor getup that’s sure to scare the crap out of anyone who comes your way.

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The Dragon Slayer’s outfit was designed and created by Nathan Rodriguez of Epic Leather, which wins the “truth in advertising” award for the month for its brand name. All told, the outfit consists of 13 separate pieces, including a two-part mask, custom gauntlets, wrist covers, and awesome shoulder pauldron and a deadly looking vambrace.

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The whole kit is available over on Etsy for $3999.99 (USD) – which isn’t cheap, but when you consider the craftsmanship in this outfit, I think it’s worth it. All I know is if I saw someone coming at me wearing this fiery-looking outfit, I’d high-tail it out of the place – even if I were a dragon.

[via r/SUATMM]

 

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