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Jun 23 2010

Cold Devil Costume…

Sort of a play on words, but upon seeing this costume and what it is called I couldn’t help myself…

This costume is called Hot Devil and for the life of me I cannot see why this even exists. I mean, really, this looks like a train wreck and then some…

This costume sells for $50 US and comes with, what is described as, a flame printed dress with attached tail, wrap top with hood, a pair of horns, and a pitchfork with attached wrist loop. The boots do not come with this costume, they are $68 US…

I have a lot of issues with this costume, but the main one is, the pattern on the dress isn’t a flame one, it’s more like a tiger or leopard print than anything else and that just doesn’t make this a Succubus costume.

It’s just not what I think of when I think of a Devil Girl or Succubus.

I’m tempted by the horns, I’d probably buy them if they were available as a separate item, but I can’t vying myself to buy this entire thing for the horns alone…

Overall, this is something you can ignore on your list of costumes I think, I just cannot see how this can be seen as being a good one for playing as a Succubus…

Going to give this one pitchfork out of five, that’s for the horns and their tiger-like pattern which I think has possibilities, but the rest of it I cannot really stand…

Still looking….

Tera

1 comment

  1. avatar
    James

    The dress looks, to me, mor like somebody splattered orange paint on it.

    I’m not sure why a succubus (or, especially, a succubi) would want a dress with flames on it, anyway. Wouldn’t she simply dress herself in flames to get that look?

    To even attempt that reminds me of those children’s costumes which include the name of the character on the front, as if Batman needs to look at his jumper to remember who he is.

    And the Succubi I have met strike me as smarter than Batman. Certainly more fun. Definitely the Queen . . .

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