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Examples IRL: Con Prep  2

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Examples IRL: Con Prep 2

Examples IRL are full, honest looks at some of our habits and practices that may go unnoticed behind the scenes. These are things we do in our own life that contribute to what you may see on the surface.


We are currently prepping for Hypericon! Follow us as we train, search for cosplay inspiration, and craft when necessary.

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Story Time: Crowning Worthyness

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Story Time: Crowning Worthyness




You just received a beautiful ordamental chest piece for your efforts in clearing out the near by mine of orcs. Carved into the side of this armor are the words “Dragon Hunter.” The mold was scrubbed and washed with dragon scales, enfusing the already strong iron alloy with the durability of dragon hide. This level of alchemy is rare, expensive, and only adorned by the most worthy of heroes and adventurers.

You slip the chest piece over your head and tighten the leather straps along the side.

And keep tightening.

And keep tightening.

And keep tightening.

But it's still way too big.

In your efforts to tighten the armor properly it slide down your shoulder and hung over your arm. Your neck is the only thing keeping it from falling all the way off. Frustration begins to build as you try to straighten the armor out.

“I've toiled in the haunted woods. I've rescued multiple towns from hellscapes.” You try to remind yourself.

“I've trained, practiced, and sacrificed to protect this realm.” Your words are true, but do not bring you comfort.

“I've put more effort and work into this than anything I've ever done. How THE FUCK is it not enough!”

You try again to center the chest piece over your shoulders, and set it down. It hangs off your frame as if you are a wire coat hanger. Head down, shoulders slumped, pride shot, you walk toward a shelf in your home and feel you can barely move. The armor is heavy! Even if it fit over your shoulders, you couldn't walk more than twenty feet before needing to take it off and rest.

“How?” You wisper to yourself as you slide the chest piece off and toss it onto the floor.

“What more must I do to prove myself. Why do I bother seeking out these adventures if I'm not worthy of their glory?” You kneel and begin to weep.

“Let the realm defend itself then!” You declare.

You did everything right. You accomplished every quest you've taken on. You have never once falterd in the presence of evil. Yet somehow you lost.


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Hero in Training: Leg Drive

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Hero in Training: Leg Drive

Here is a helpful step in your origin story. Leg drive is exrltemely important for any Superhero. In today's "Hero In Training" video we give an example of why it is important. and show you a workout to help improve this skill!

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