The Gladiatrix is the picture of cold confidence, destroying anyone who comes in her path. This week we’re featuring the Drukhari Lelith Hesperax cosplay!
The Dark Eldar, known as the Drukhari, are one of the most vicious and feared of the Xenos races in Warhammer 40k. Known for their brutality and sadistic natures, their gladiatorial matches are as revered as they are reviled. Today we celebrate the darkest of hearts, Lelith Hesperax cosplay!
Lelith Hesperax is a warrior with a thirst for blood and the skills to rip her enemies to shreds all while smiling in their faces. Her story is long and riddled with bones, her Cult of Strife history leading her to be the undisputed champion of the gladiatorial ring of Commoragh. Lelith is the public favorite, and also rumored to be the favorite of the Drukhari overlord Asdrubael Vect himself.
Creating the Gladiatorial Champion
Lelith cosplay is more about the hair and accessories than anything else. She intentionally doesn’t wear much, keeping her garb simple to distract and flaunt her physicality and prowess in combat. With any Aeldari or Drukhari cosplay, the tipped ears and elegant weaponry are a defining feature. Her crimson hair, the shade of blood further sets her apart from other warriors. We hope you enjoy this Lelith Hesperax Cosplay Feature!
Jennifer aka "Mayhem's Muse" is the Cosplay Editor for BoLS and manages Ad Sales and Communications. Her cosplay awards include the RTX Judge's Choice Award and Dragon's Lair Austin's Cosplay Symposium.
Jennifer has been a Cosplay Guest Judge at RTX, Tacticon and Genghis Con in Colorado. She regularly attends conventions to cover cosplay for BoLS. Her cosplay work has been featured in publications such as Girls Who Love Monsters, Geek Fuel, and Renaissance Magazine. Jennifer has modeled in the Her Universe Fashion Show, Precision Camera's yearly Precision Camera University, and has taught several workshops for photographers about partnering with cosplayers and creative muses/models.
Jennifer is a lifelong enthusiast of retro video games and loves Dungeons & Dragons, urban fantasy, tabletop games, VR technology, and historical archery. She has set National Records through USA Archery’s Traditional Division for Asiatic Bows and earned 4th Place in the World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan in 2018 for Women’s Korean Archery. Jennifer is currently studying for her Masters's Degree in Organizational Leadership.