Whether you are a participant or a guest, role-playing activities can be exciting, fun, and a great way to spend a few days or so. Sometimes all the excitement can be a little overwhelming, causing us to forget our etiquette and basic social behavior lessons. This is just a small reminder.Cosplay Costume
First and foremost. Please use deodorant in large quantities. This may seem simple, but it becomes very hot in crowded conference halls and rooms, and you don't want to start smelling of maturity. Especially if you are wearing heavy or heavy clothing.Power Rangers Costume
If the role player does not want to be filmed or photographed, please give them a chance to say "no". Secretly taking pictures or videos is simply creepy. Most role players are proud of their costumes and they will pose for you, but ask first. very polite!Spiderman Costume
I don't care how big a fan you have for this character, don't run over to catch someone. There are real people under the characters and costumes. Essentially, if you touch them without permission, it is an attack. The role player does not want to be pointed. If you want to hug or put your arms around them, please ask for their permission first.
If you are a role player, remember that you represent a role that fans cherish. Don't do or say anything stupid that will tarnish the character's image. Try to reduce the amount of alcohol you drink. Drunk and annoying role players are not attractive!Spider Man Suit
Don't pick up the props of other role players without their permission. People put a lot of energy into costumes and props, so please respect them. You don’t want someone to accidentally or accidentally damage your props. Basically, if it is not yours, don't touch it!
The Cosplay Conference is open to everyone, not just those with exquisite and expensive costumes. Everyone has the right to role-play without being harassed because of the quality of their costumes or the accuracy of their roles. You don't know how much time and energy they put into clothing. Be kind.
If you are wearing rather large clothing or clothing with spikes or pointed toes, please do not walk through the crowd at will. The worst thing in the world is to hurt others with your clothes. You chose to wear this costume, so you have a responsibility to act responsibly and carefully. A certain degree of caution and warning when walking through crowds will ensure that people will be surprised and impressed by your clothing, rather than fear and frustration because you don't care about their welfare.
Don't monopolize the time of guest artists. Others also want a meaningful experience. Own yours and move on! Also, remember not to touch it! It's creepy to hang out because you are obsessed with them. Once again, keep going and admire them from a distance if you feel necessary.