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Level Up! Live 2011 Event Coverage

How I wish I can write only about the 'Ups' of this year's Level Up! Live. Long lines, prohibited stuff, and the rain made it all worse. If not for the cosplayers, this day would've completely gone bad. But in fairness to the organizers, the booths and the stage were properly done.


Nice ticket :)

Free play booth 

Free carnival games and prizes! :)

Beautiful LU Live Stage 
Okay, so let's get on with the cosplayers. Most of them went to the event as characters from Level Up! games like Ragnarok online. They all made amazing catwalks on stage. 




























And guess who I saw! It's Schindlex


Finally, my favorite cosplayer of the day is Nix Bennett:
She is a good cosplayer. Her attitude of being nice and courteous to people is what I liked best. Plus, she has an amazing smile. I gave her my LU Passport "Best Cosplay" stub even if she didn't register for the catwalk. 


After that, I decided to go home. But wait! I needed to get my stuff in the baggage counter. >.< Ah! All the trouble I went through. It wasn't all organized. >.< Sigh. Security was overly tough in my opinion. Almost everything is prohibited: umbrella (even though it was raining! I had to stand in the rain on queue to get my belongings >.<), liquids (darn! My 25 mL alcohol and hair gel was banned. This is worse than airports! Airports only ban liquids 100 mL and up >.<), oh geez! even my make-up is not allowed (sheesh... what can a mere eyeliner do?), what? even ballpens? 


Sigh. If it weren't for that darn baggage counter, I could have enjoyed the event better. Being my first time to attend, I was a bit disappointed at how this event turned up. All that hassle made me forget how excited I was to participate in the annual Level Up! Live. :(

Comments

torakiss said…
haha eyeliners and pens are lethal weapons if you know human anatomy (that's what i've learned from my PE class XDD)
Angel Mariel said…
weh? amo gali ginpabilin.... huhuhuhu (T_T)
Jenine said…
They're awesome. :)


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