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Willow from Don’t Starve

Willow is one of the selectable characters in the survival horror game Don’t Starve/Don’t Starve Together, and was the second ever unlockable character in the base game.

It was originally thought that she was just an unconnected character, but during the latest lore update short, it was revealed that the Constant’s local arsonist had a lot more to do with the story than we previously were aware of. Willow is in her early 20’s, has a history of arson and pyromaniacal tendencies stemming from when she was in an orphanage as a child, and she can usually be found carrying both her lighter or some other type of flame device, as well as her old and damaged teddy, Bernie (Any bear plush works, I just thought that one would be very funny).

Willow has long black hair tied into two up-flipped pigtails, a white button up shirt, a red sweater, a black skirt, black tights, and black heeled shoes with pointed toe tips.

Charlie from Don’t Starve

Charlie is the current main antagonist of the survival horror video game Don’t Starve/Don’t Starve Together.

She started off the series by becoming Maxwell‘s magician assistant, helping him out at his shows, but all the while becoming more and more worried about the levels of dark and frightening magic that he was starting to employ.
In the Final Act, he used his borrowed powers so strongly that it set off the events of the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco, which sent both him and Charlie into the Constant, where he became ruler, eventually was dethroned, and Charlie took over as Queen, appearing as monstrous hands that attack players in the night.

In her non monstrous form, Charlie has black hair stylized into an up-do reminiscent of a rose, an actual rose accessory in her hair, a beige performers dress with a black waistband, black opera gloves to match, black tights, and black flat shoes.

Wendy Carter from Don’t Starve

Wendy Carter is one of the choosable player characters in the video game Don’t Starve/Don’t Starve Together.

She is a very morose girl, bogged down by her own general thoughts of depression, as well as the death of her twin sister, Abigail.
The girls were lead into the world of Don’t Starve, the Constant, by their uncle, Maxwell.

Wendy has long, wavy blonde hair, worn back in two pigtails that are tied with red scrunchies, a white button up shirt, a red pleated skirt, red and white striped tights, white Mary-Jane shoes, and a flower in her hair that matches the one her sister has.

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Alexander of Brennenburg from Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Alexander, voiced by Sam Mowry, is the second of two main characters in the horror game Amnesia: The Dark Descent.

He is the baron of Brennenburg Castle in Prussia, and has a long standing tie-in and interest into the occult and scientific experimentation. Alexander, knowing of the orb that Daniel has been searching around for information on, invites him to Prussia to speak with him about it, setting off the chain of events that take place in Amnesia.

We do not have a full body portrait of Alexander, but the fandom generally came to a consensus on what the rest of his outfit looks like, so most portrayals of him have him with long, thin white hair, one gold and one blue eye, a white long shirt with a cravat, a white vest with gold border detailing, a red nobleman’s jacket with gold detailing and a gold A, a black belt, black pants, and black boots.

Daniel of Mayfair from Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Daniel, voiced by Richard Topping, is the main character of the horror video game Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
He goes to Prussia to speak with the baron of Brennenburg castle, Alexander, in order to get some advice on an odd orb he found while on an archaeology dig, and ends up getting wrapped up in horrific events that ultimately bring out his own evil nature.

The game starts with Daniel, having freshly given himself amnesia by way of a potion to forget what he had done, reading a letter from his past self that tells him to hunt down Alexander as a way to reclaim who he was.

The only full picture reference we have of Daniel is this concept sketch, so he’s a little tricky to get an accurate color read on, but from what we can tell he has nearly shoulder length brown hair, a white button up shirt, a light green vest, a brown overcoat with gold embroidery details, a brown belt with a gold buckle, brown pants, and black boots.

Abigail Carter from Don’t Starve

Abigail Carter is a non-controllable character from the video game Don’t Starve/Don’t Starve Together.

In the game, Abigail is only seen as a ghost, as she died prior to the start of the story, but she follows her twin sister Wendy around and acts as both a protector and a light source.

In a flashback we get to see her before she became a ghost, and she looks pretty much just like her sister with some minor differences, such as her tooth gap and the way she wears her hair.
Abigail has wavy blonde hair worn loose, a white puff sleeve button up shirt, rust orange overalls (redder tones are acceptable, the flashback is very sepia toned), shoes to match, and a red flower in her hair (this carries over to her ghost form).

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Spamton G. Spamton from Deltarune

Spamton G. Spamton is a darkner in Deltarune.  First encountered in Cyber City as a miniboss, Spamton can also be a bonus boss like Jevil, depending on the decisions made by the player.  Spamton has a look based around that of traditional ventriloquist dummies, with slicked-back black hair, white skin, an unnerving smile, and red cheek circles.  To recreate this look, you can use a white hooded bodysuit as your base.  Use fabric glue to attach red felt circles and then draw the smile on with a fabric marker.  Then, throw on your wig, black shirt and pants, and bi-colored sunglasses overtop and you’ll be ready to terrorize Cyber World.

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Abigail from Stardew Valley

Abigail is a character from Stardew Valley.  Along with Penny and others, Abigail is one of twelve characters available to marry in the game.  She has a penchant for the macabre and is a drummer in a band.  Abigail has purple hair and wears goth-inspired clothing in dark colors including a choker.  For her script in the game, Abigail accepts gifts as if they are food, including amethysts, which she eats despite them being gems.  You can add a little extra humor to your costume by carrying purple rock candy with you.

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Girlfriend from Friday Night Funkin’

Girlfriend (voiced by Kawai Sprite) is a character in the game Friday Night Funkin’Boyfriend spends the game facing off against various characters in a bid to prove himself worthy of Girlfriend.  Girlfriend has long auburn hair and wears a tight red dress with matching heels and nails.  For Week 5, one of the levels of the game, she adds a festive flair to her outfit with white-trimmed red gloves, gold bell earrings, and thigh-high stockings.

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Mulbruk from La-Mulana 2

Mulbruk is an ancient who remained dormant within the ruins of La-Mulana before they were destroyed and she was awakened.  In La-Mulana 2, Mulbruk has undergone a modern makeover.  Though she still often falls asleep when her mind wanders, she has traded in her traditional robes for striped socks, boots, and a purple tank top.  Her hair is wrapped in golden thread with a large purple bow tied on top.  If you don’t want to commit to holding a cold cheeseburger all night, a chew toy can make for a more convenient prop.