anyone familiar with how the costume contest is run? I noticed they only had one Kylo Ren, one Rey, etc in this year's contest.
So what happens when they get multiple entries of the same costume? Do they select the best one beforehand and that's the only one allowed to compete?
I've seen plenty of both. I've taken a toy retractable one in the past since they are cheap and easy to carry. The light up ones do look better though as long as you don't mind carrying it.Has anyone had any experience carrying around a retractable lightsaber vs one that does not fold up?
Obviously the fold up one would be easier to carry, but the light up ones that don't retract look sooooo much better. Just wondering what others have done.
No way they let a blaster on the plane with you. You'll have to check it with your bags.so looks like I have to contact the TSA by me and see if they will allow me to carry my props onto the plane in a sealed box. after the debacle with Fed-Ex at CVII I refuse to try and ship them again. I'm hoping to basically just have a simple blaster and lightsaber hilt for 2 costumes (generic Jedi and Generic Imperial Officer). I'm hoping that if I have them bubble wrapped with multiple layers, and then sealed in a box that they will let me carry them on and store them in the overhead compartment.
I'm hoping to make an appointment to see someone this coming week to show them the items in questions. both are resin props.
No personal experience with ls on a plane, but it is just a toy, so i cant imagine it would be a problem.
Will we be ok to get in with this blaster? It's a 3d print, so it's pastic, but the screws are real so they are metal.