Games

Tropical Sprout from Brawl Stars

Sprout is a character in the mobile video game Brawl Stars. Sprout is a Mythic brawler that will attack by throwing a ball that covers the ground with seeds. If the enemies make contact with the ball it will explode and deal damage over time. Its Gadget is the Garden Mulcher which allows Sprout to absorb a nearby bush and boost his health. This is Sprout’s Tropical Skin, added in May 2020. Use the sharpie to draw sunglasses and a smiley face on a yellow Post-It, and attach it with a piece of masking tape to the helmet. You can also use the tape to help adhere the headband to the top of the helmet.

The Demogorgon from Dead by Daylight and Stranger Things

In the Netflix show Stranger Things, the Demogorgon is a faceless monster of the Upside Down that forces its way into Hawkins, Indiana, killing Barbara Holland, and hunting Will Byers. The Demogorgon is eventually killed by Eleven. In the game Dead by Daylight, the Demogorgon debuted in Chapter XIII: Stranger Things and is shown wrapped in chains. It is also the first entirely non-human killer of the game. While finding a Demogorgon costume is certainly not difficult, you may want to take some liberties to dirty up the costume and add liberal amounts of blood to achieve the desired look.

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The Wraith from Dead by Daylight

The Wraith, whose real name is Philip Ojomo, is one of the original trio of killers introduced in the video game Dead by Daylight. Ojomo was an immigrant fleeing conflict in his homeland of Nigeria who had the misfortune of working at a mob-owned junkyard. Eventually, Ojomo realized the cars he was being asked to crush had people inside and he had been used as a pawn to dispose of their bodies. Horrified, Ojomo put his boss in the crusher and killed him. He then pulled his boss’ head and spine from his body, which became the weapon known as Azarov’s Skull, now used by the Wraith as his primary weapon. If you’re willing to shell out some big bucks, you can find replicas of this weapon for your costume. Otherwise, it may take a little creativity, but with a little patience, you can create a lookalike yourself by disassembling a plastic skeleton and gluing a fake blade into the skull portion. Likewise, you could purchase a pre-made mask or DIY one with a twisted-looking tree mask and some skill with a paintbrush.

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Bakesale Barley from Brawl Stars

Barley is a character in the mobile video game Brawl Stars. He is a Rare Brawler. Don’t underestimate his low health, because his attacks have potential to do critical damage. His main attacks include throwing bottles of poison or flaming liquid which does damage to enemies in that area over time. His Gadget is the Sticky Syrup Mixer that creates a sticky puddle around himself and thus slow his enemies down. This is his Bakesale skin added in 2019, where he trades in bottles of poison for fruit pies.

Bibi from Brawl Stars

Bibi from Brawl Stars

In Brawl Stars, Bibi is a close-range fighter who uses her baseball bat to strike enemies, charging her swing for a knock-back attack. Her super is the spitball, a slow, long-range pink bubble gum that bounces off walls and damages enemies. If you wanna hit a real home run with your costume, equip the baseball bat with a lever trigger on the handle and chain a black 8-ball to the end.

El Primo from Brawl Stars

El Primo from Brawl Stars

In Brawl Stars, El Primo is a luchador pro wrestler. As a brawler, he has high health and is able to inflict serious damage to anyone within his grasp. His super is the flying elbow drop, which allows him to close the gap with ranged fighters.

Piper from Brawl Stars

Piper from Brawl Stars

In Brawl Stars, Piper is a princess who deals a ton of damage while light on her feet. She snipes people from a great distance using her Gunbrella, then can float away from danger using her umbrella Mary Poppins style.

The Trapper from Dead by Daylight

The Trapper from Dead by Daylight

In the asymmetrical horror game Dead by Daylight, the Trapper (Evan MacMillan) is one of the three killers along with the Hillbilly and the Wraith. As his name suggests, the Trapper uses his bear trap to capture survivors like Kate Denson. He also has perks to help him, such as unnerving presence, brutal strength, and agitation. With his white mask, unrelenting strength, and crude weaponry, the Trapper is inspired by iconic horror character Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th series.

Rudy from Papa Louie

Rudy from Papa Louie

Depending on which game you play, Rudy is either a Closer or a chef in Papa Louie’s kitchen. Outside of work he likes to rock hard and satisfy his sweet tooth.

Rudy’s outfit outside of work really reflects his preference for rock music. A bald cap and fake mohawk give you his hair style while white sunglasses and a black belt are his only accessories. His black overshirt has jagged edges where the sleeves have been ripped at the elbow and blue spades on either upper arm that can be added with dark blue felt cut into shape and either pinned or glued in place. His undershirt is dark blue with a black spade on the chest that you can apply with fabric paint. Finally white jeans and black converse with blue laces round out the outfit.

For added accessories you can always grab a bass guitar (if you have one) or a bear claw from the nearest bakery. They are his favorites, after all!

Max Dillon from The Amazing Spiderman II

Max Dillon from The Amazing Spider-Man II

Mild-mannered electrical engineer Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) lived an uneventful life until one day, when he was rescued by his hero, Spider-Man. That was shocking enough, but then he fell prey to a freak accident at Oscorp Industries, which turned him into pure electrical energy! He became Electro, a pawn of Harry Osborn, who mobilizes Dillon’s starvation for attention against the city.