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‘Cosplayers’ from around the country converge at Fernwood Gardens for one whole day in a recent event dubbed “Fantasy Quest II: The Saga Continues”. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
Viospace from Singapore and Jac Lavena from Malaysia cosplaying as Sheryl Nome and Ranka Lee from Macross Frontier. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
Yuegene Fay from Thailand and Naokunn from Singapore cosplaying as Final Fantasy characters. Photo by Jonathan de Belen, INQUIRER.net
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