Impressive Bewitching Miss Fortune cosplay has League players captivated

Andrew Amos

American cosplayer Jessica Ashe has pulled off an eye-catching take on the Bewitching Miss Fortune prestige skin from League of Legends ⁠— guns and all ⁠— that has taken the game’s fans by storm.

Bewitching Miss Fortune was added to League of Legends last year as part of the Harrowing celebrations for Halloween, and was ever-so-lucky to be bestowed with a prestige variant.

Since then, Jessica Ashe has been working on an intricate cosplay for the AD carry based off her then-recently-released skin.

Bewitching Miss Fortune’s Prestige edition is a crisp white-and-gold take on the regular skin.

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After months of work. she showed off her Miss Fortune for the first time at KatsuCon 2020, and it didn’t disappoint. The white-and-gold variant of the rare skin looked straight off of Summoner’s Rift, and she spared no detail from head-to-toe.

She created the whole costume from scratch, from the extravagant kicks to the golden witches hat. She even got the guns custom-made, enlisting the help of a 3D printer to get it picture-perfect.

“The guns were 3D printed by ‘furnacefuneral’ using the model by ‘3deerprint’ minus the bat wings on them which I just made myself,” she said on a February 16 Instagram post. “The rest of the costume was entirely made by me.”

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Ashe said it was amazing to get “so much love” for her take on Miss Fortune ⁠— including a commendation from the official League of Legends account ⁠— and described it as “probably [her] favorite cosplay thus far.”

“After over a year of not really making a full cosplay, it felt so good to finally make something again and I can’t wait to keep making more,” she added.

She didn’t just flaunt it on the floor at KatsuCon though. She made sure to get a bunch of other photos from around the place to really set the theme and take the cosplay to the next level.

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Ashe loves a good League of Legends cosplay, having done similarly amazing creations for K/DA Kai’Sa, Elementalist Lux, and Xayah. She doesn’t just cosplay League champions though, with a soft spot for anime as well, taking on projects like Fate character Astolfo.

While she hasn’t shared details on what her next cosplay adventure will be, League fans will be hoping that it’s another champion from the beloved game in the hopes that Ashe will be able to pull off another amazing get-up.

About The Author

Hailing from Perth, Andrew was formerly Dexerto's Australian Managing Editor. They love telling stories across all games and esports, but they have a soft spot for League of Legends and Rainbow Six. Oh, and they're also fascinated by the rise of VTubers.