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Best Sephiroth Costume Guide
Not only has the Final Fantasy RPG video games been around forever, they have given cosplayers a wealth of characters to dress up as at conventions. Super villain Sephiroth was an idolized war hero before his fall from grace in Final Fantasy VII. The main character within the Final Fantasy universe has a unique look that is fun for anyone to cosplay. By following this guide, we’ll transform you into this baddie in no time.
Dress up in an authentic Sephiroth Costume paired with black Knee-High Boots. Chose White Pressed Powder for his particular skin tone and accessorize with a Sephiroth Sword and a Sliver Gray Wig.
Sephiroth Cosplay Costumes
Some cosplay looks can easily be pulled off using items found around the house, but Sephiroth’s style is pretty specific. Picking up an authentic costume whether online or at a local costume shop would be your best bet. You don’t want to leave anyone in doubt of who you are! Accessories for this look can be found in this same place. You’ll need to add a Sephiroth sword and wig, as well as white face paint for his pale visage.
If you have knee high boots, awesome! If you’re looking to save a few bucks, keep the bottom part of your costume streamlined in color, and you can probably get away with it. For group endeavors, others could go as Sephiroth’s friends, Genesis Rhapsodos and Angeal Hewley, or as the respected Professor Gast Faremis. Be sure to check out the featured cosplay pics for even more style ideas. We welcome your pictures, so we can post your look!
Initially cold and professional, Sephiroth doesn’t have friends. Though Angeal Hewley and Genesis Rhapsodos are his closest companions, and he tolerates a few more. Surprisingly despite his distance, he will ignore a direct order if it goes against the safety of others. This would almost make him appear human in some respects. Sephiroth is highly intelligent and only shows respect to those he deems worthy of his regard.
He is calm, cool, and collected and even has a dry sense of humor. Only seldom is he caught off guard and frustrated. While he considers himself to be the strongest soldier alive, he has no interest in accolades, or so he says. After becoming insane, he retained much of his traits but becomes markedly ruthless and brutal. Sephiroth is also sadistic and takes pleasure in mental torture. He also believes himself to be “the chosen one.” Though he is ultimately defeated, he doesn’t seem to mind it much.