cos(WED): Dungeon of Elements Alchemist by Katilist Cosplay

Written by: Riri (@lillyums)

It's our first Cosplay Wednesday post in 2015! Hope everyone's holidays was a blast, and now that it's over, it's time to get back to work.  We're introducing Katilist Cosplay as the Alchemist from Dungeon of Elements.  I've never played this game, but according to our internet sources, Dungeon of Elements is an RPG dungeon crawler with combat inspired by some of our favorite classic puzzle games like Dr. Mario or Tetris.  Well I like Tetris! Anyway, here's Katilist's character as the Alchemist in the game. I have to say, she got this outfit to the T! Check out the rest of her photos below, and what she had to say about it.

Cosplayer: Katilist Cosplay (FB)
Cosplay: Dungeon of Elements Alchemist
Photographer: Patrick Calder (website)
Photographer Website: http://www.strangephoto.net/

1. How long have you been cosplaying?
5 years

2. Why did you choose to cosplay this character?
Dungeon of Elements is a Dr. Mario style dungeon crawler with some really fun RPG elements, including making your own character. I liked her and I thought she would be fun to cosplay. The creators of the game were at PAX East, so I decided to do it.

3. How long did it take you to complete?
10 days to order the fabric and about three days of construction. This was not enough time and a few of my friends had to come over and help me at the end.

4. Any difficulties when constructing the costume?
I ran out of time to do some of the finer details I had wanted on this costume. Which means I get to go back and make it better! I made a blog post on the making of this costume that you can access HERE

5. What do you love most about cosplaying this character?
The dress is really cool and comfortable to walk around in. It feels very dressy and the ruffles make you feel like a princess; an armed princess.

6. Where did you debut this costume? If you haven't... where do you plan to debut?
I debuted this in April at PAX East 2014.

7. What's next? Cosplay related of course...?
I'm doing Aleta Ogord of the original Guardian's of the Galaxy for Philadelphia Comic-Con. I'm trying to make her shoes on stilts so it looks like she is walking around on her light discs, but I will have to see if I can get that to work. I've got a few other projects in the works for D*Con, too!

Wow that's pretty awesome. If you guys missed it, her blog post to her tutorial on how she made this outfit is here again!

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