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PostPosted: March 19th, 2008 15:52:16 pm 
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This is awesome. Not only is it an excellent idea, but it can be done metaphysically without all that troublesome physical dress-up and costuming. So...I am theoretically cosplaying as...Democritus.

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PostPosted: March 23rd, 2008 07:48:37 am 
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I'm cosplaying as Sailor Moon

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PostPosted: March 23rd, 2008 10:11:53 am 
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I'm Sephiroth.

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You two can do that just as soon as you explain to me why they fit into the category of philoso-cosplaying rather than just normal cosplaying.

Seriously, guys. This is for philosophers.

Also--I am switching to Dante. That way I can be both the Alighieri and the DMC variety.

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I think that the Sephiroth game was one of those "philosophical" games, meaning that people thought it meant "whiny", and thus made a lot of whiny copies.

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Isn't Sephiroth a Final Fantasy character?

I wouldn't know, I've never played what you call "the Sephiroth game."

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Sephiroth was a famous nihilist philosopher with a really large sword.

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Man, I have got to play these games now.

Can anyone recommend a way to play some good FF games without a PS2?

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Do you have a PS1 or a PS3?

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BatmanAoD wrote:
Isn't Sephiroth a Final Fantasy character?

I wouldn't know, I've never played what you call "the Sephiroth game."

Nor have I, but I know more about Final Fantasy VII from tvtropes than I would by playing the Sephiroth game.

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No, I have no PS1, PS2, or PS3.

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You can buy a computer copy of FF7 OR you can download ROMs for the first three or so.

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Hmm...I think he's being Confucius.

I shall cosplay as Bertrand Russell, for now. This enables me to be witty.

If you have a DS or a GBA, I think they're bringing things out for that now.

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I have neither, but a friend let me borrow the Sephiroth game for pc, so we're all good now.

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I have PS/2 keyboards and mice. Will they do for Final Fantasy?

Also, guess whom I'm cosplaying as.


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I will be Karl Marx. Anyone who tells me he is not a philosopher will probably be right.

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Karl Marx was included as a philosopher when the Independent brought out its series of booklets about great philosophers. But then so were Machiavelli and Adam Smith.

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Excellent then!

Communism and all that (?).

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MH wrote:
Karl Marx was included as a philosopher when the Independent brought out its series of booklets about great philosophers. But then so were Machiavelli and Adam Smith.

I'd say that "The Theory of Moral Sentiments" could be considered quite philosophical.

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