Characters in Blizzard video games always have the coolest names like Thunderstrike Bladestomper or Brago Moonsilver. Most of us folks in real life are stuck with names like “Jim” and “Ryan,” which are fine names, but sometimes those names lack the zing needed to strike fear into the hearts of ferocious foes. You know who never has that problem? Anduin Lothar. Just listen to how that name sounds! You can do so much with that name! Lothar the Destructinator! Lothar the Destroyinator! Yeah, that’s the ticket. That’s the kind of name that will have every orc in Azeroth crying to their mommies! It’s the kind of name that says, “I kick butt first and ask questions later.” Of course, you’re not him, but maybe you could be…
This Adult Lothar Muscle Costume brings you the look from the Warcaft movie, so all you have to do is bring your warrior’s spirit to step into the role of the character. The chest has bulky padding to give you the World of Warcraft-esque, muscle-bound look, so you don’t have to spend countless hours in the gym doing bench presses like crazy just to become the Lion of Azeroth (yeah, even the guy’s nicknames are super-tough). The costume recreates his signature armor by using printed mail designs to achieve the look, so it’s not made of heavy, hard to wear mithril. It will still, however, make you look ready to tank the Lich King…on heroic. Just make sure to add the Stormwind Sword to your costume, since what kind of warrior would charge into battle without his trusty sword?
- 100% polyester fabric and fiberfill, 100% polyurethane foam
- Jumpsuit fastens with Velcro at center back
- Soft-sculpted fiberfill padding in chest and shoulders gives muscular look
- All-over printed armor details
- Foam belt fastens w/ Velcro at back; printed apron hangs from front
- Molded plastic shoulder pieces attach to jumpsuit w/ Velcro
- Officially licensed
- Belt w/ Attached Apron
- 2 Shoulder Pieces
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