Fighting game fans know that girlish good looks and feminine moniker aside, Bridget is a dude. He's not only one of Guilty Gear's most memorable characters—that nun outfit, that yo-yo, that huge handcuff—but also one of gaming's. No wonder why people want to dress up as him. But who does it best?

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Born as a twin, Bridget was given a female name, because where he grew up, it was bad luck to have two twins of the same sex. Thus, Bridget was raised as a girl. When he grew up, he decided to show his masculinity by becoming a bounty hunter. With a yo-yo. And a teddy bear.

In the above gallery, a smattering of cosplayers trots out their best Bridgets. On Who Wore It Best?, Kotaku takes a look at a variety of folks attempting to bring a popular character to life, blue nun head gear and all.

[Daichu]

[Dolly-chan]

[hazu-nyan]

[H-I-T-O-M-I]

[Hiumi]

[kandeh-korn]

[Keito]

[LinaAir]

[Pai]

[ParuParu]

[PrisCosplay]

[RyuenChou0w0]

[Susshi]

[Suzuko]

[Towa]

[Tskyli]

[UEMR]

[UsagiO-O]

[Yaku-san]

[zmanhataroth]