If cosplaying is your thing, but catwalks aren't your style, maybe you'd feel more at home performing a skit?

Sing a song, parody a movie, show off a skill or re-enact a scene from your cosplay's namesake. It's all down to you. You can perform solo (if you're confident enough) or as a group; your music, projected imagery and content of the skit are entirely down to you.

The Omake is another highly attended event, this time with video cameras trained on your every movement. The audience laugh, cheer and squeal while you showcase your talents.