Gaming

M’aiq the Liar from Skyrim

A nomadic member of the lion-esque Khajiit race in the internationally popular video game series Elder Scrolls, M’aiq is a witty, cheeky cat that loves to chat. Players randomly discover him along the road, doling out misinformation on a range of topics from nudity to profundity. The game creators originally added M’aiq as an easter egg to add commentary about the series, and he has been in Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online. This guide is for his Skyrim outfit, which looks like a cross between Shaolin and Christian monks.

Android 17

Android 17 is the brother of Android 18 in the classic Japanese anime/manga series Dragon Ball Z. He and his sister were forcibly turned into a cyborg by Dr. Gero in his fight against Goku

Professor Juniper

Professor Juniper in Pokémon

Professor Juniper is the first female professor in the Pokémon series. Her specialisation is Pokémon origin and she is an old friend of Professor Oak, because who isn’t, right? Her clothes are pretty plain, especially when compared to the other Pokémon Profs.

Alessa Gillespie

Alessa Gillespie (Jodelle Ferland), although not present on screen most of the time, is the heart and soul of each Silent Hill video game and movie installment. Chosen to birth God, an evil demonic entity, Alessa’s soul splits during the ceremony into a “dark” and “light” Alessa. Dark Alessa creates the Silent Hill world, filling it with terrifying and brutal creatures born out of her pain and suffering during the ritual. Despite eventually merging her two halves, Alessa’s soul continues to be drawn into the Silent Hill world. This guide describes her childhood school uniform, an outfit that appears in multiple games.

Professor Elm in Pokémon

Professor Elm was Professor Oak’s top student. He studies Pokémon abilities and specialises in Pokémon breeding (and is credited with the discovery of Pokémon eggs). Elm is a known scatterbrain who, when working, forgets to eat. He often gets so focused on his studies that he becomes completely oblivious to his surroundings.

Lucas from Earthbound

Lucas

Lucas is the main protagonist of Mother 3. The son of Flint and Hinawa, he is characterized as more timid than his twin brother, Claus. While playable briefly during the prologue of Mother 3, he is an NPC for the first three chapters of the game, with Flint, Duster, and Salsa being the main characters of those chapters. After reappearing in the climax of Chapter 3 against the Pork Tank, he becomes the main playable character after the three-year time skip to Chapter 4, and retains this role for the remainder of the game.

James Sunderland

James Sunderland is the main character in the video game Silent Hill 2. On the surface he is a mild-mannered, polite, helpful, empathetic character with the sole intent of finding his wife Mary in Silent Hill. As the game progresses, the player gradually discovered that James has a much darker side and an erratic moral compass. He dresses for the outdoors, in a pocket-filled jacket and jeans along with his trusty flashlight and radio. For the signature patches, pick up some blank patches and paint them with acrylics.

Doc Louis

Jerome “Doc” Louis is an ex-heavyweight boxing champion and Little Mac’s coach in the Nintendo game series Punch-Out!!!. He is also an infamous YouTube Poop meme using a clip of him training Little Mac on a bike and making it look like he is stealing Mac’s bike.

Crazy Dave

David Blazing, AKA Crazy Dave, is the deuteragonist in the Plants vs. Zombies video game series. He serves as a narrator for the games and also has a shop called Crazy Dave’s Twiddydinkies that he runs from the back of his car.

Pyramid Head

A strange, violent, brutal creature in the video game Silent Hill 2, Pyramid Head serves as a mental manifestation of the guilt and anger bottled up inside the main protagonist James Sunderland. The pyramid shaped helmet he wears appears to cause him pain, and he never utters a word except for moans and grunts. His outfit is simple but bloody: a butchers robe, white gloves, a giant knife and the iconic pyramid helmet. Be sure to cover all clothing in a good dose of fake blood.