Eivor, performed by talented cosplayers, seems to be ready to go into battle right now.
At the beginning of the game, you can choose the gender of your character. Most players prefer to play as a man, but Sister of the Wolf is not overlooked either. This strong woman will defeat any enemy in the fight for a just cause.
Many cosplayers were inspired by the heroine and decided to present her in their own way. And looking at their work, there is a desire to see the Vikings in real life. Girls work out their looks so well that their makeup and outfit cannot be distinguished from the original.
With axes overweight
The very appropriate setting and dynamic frame bring this cosplay to life. Realistic Norse axes and intricate outfit seem to be made by real Vikings, and Chanti really deserves this compliment. And how much power, determination can be seen in this fierce look!
Accompanied by a raven
Eivor of the Raven Clan can get this serious bird as a companion. Adding her to your cosplay was a very good idea, even if the crow was just photoshopped. Daniella Mosca also paid a lot of attention to the small details of the bracers – for example, the blue pebbles, which many people forget about. The background is well chosen and it looks like Ravensthorpe is somewhere close.
Eyvor has a complex hairstyle, but Kate Lann handled it. An ax in the hands of a pretty girl looks like it can easily cut someone in two. But the main advantage of this cosplay is the mix of fabrics with different textures, thanks to which the clothes look simply amazing.
Of the Raven Clan
Eyvor belongs to the Raven Clan, so many cosplayers choose the appropriate armor for their work. Kelsey Atkins chose blue for the shirt and, as it turned out, the red fabric on the belt goes well with it. Fur on the shoulders and a silver medallion, like the heroine of the game, perfectly complement the costume. The tattoos hit the very spot – and the raven on the temple, and the stripe in the eyes, which sharply emphasizes Kelsey’s gaze.
Between battles, you can also celebrate, which Elena Veres does. She preferred to rest on a fur bed, surrounded by alcohol jugs. Even from this perspective, by the clothes and make-up, we definitely understand that this is Eyvor, although Santa’s hat seems not entirely appropriate here.
At least now into battle
Eivor with two trusty Norse axes and in her best armor with all her appearance shows that her enemies have no chance. Shiva Cosplay has reproduced the image of the heroine in the smallest detail – from tattoos to patterns on the armor. And you even believe that real Vikings might look like this.
Quite happy with my life
Eyvor lived in the heat of battle. In the performance of Narya aka Malaka Couture, we see a different side of the heroine – Eivor is happy with her life in England and what she is doing for her future. Fans of the game noted the well-made scar on her right cheek, as well as the feminine hairstyle, although this option was not in the game.
Her strength has to be reckoned with
Opponents knew not to mess with Eyvor, and her reputation was ahead of her. She was a force to be reckoned with, and the bloodstains on Maja Felicitas’ face hinted at this, as did the intricacy of her armor. Could such a stern warrior give importance to some pointless choice in the game?
The scars are realistic, too
Lupine’s makeup makes me uncomfortable. The realism of the scar makes you believe she might have been attacked by wolves in her youth. The use of a reddish shade of hair makes this cosplay unique. And do not hesitate, if Lupine spoke a few lines of the heroine, Valhalla fans would happily believe that this is the real Eyvor.
The goal won’t go away
Some players prefer to use light bows during combat. Victoria Hofferson used this one in her cosplay, which we put in the first place. The splatter of blood on her face makes us believe in the mortal danger of the heroine. And the way the hair moves, adds a certain zest to Eyvor’s image, which not all cosplayers are able to convey.