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Vampire Knight Cosplay

Wednesday 9th January 2013

Costumes with bite?

Vampire Knight CosplayBonny Ramsay, Jon Smith and Sarah Hurley stay after school, after dark as Yuki, Senri and Rima from the anime series Vampire Knight. Don't you wish that your school had uniforms like this?

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At prestigious Cross Academy, there are two sessions of classes, the Day Class and the Night Class. As the school's Disciplinary Committee, Yuki Cross and Zero Kiryu keep watch over the Day Class students, who are all infatuated with the beautiful, elite Night Class students. As Guardians, Yuki and Zero must also protect the secret of the Night Class--they are all vampires!

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