Basically, some of these costumes look like folks' World of Warcraft, Diablo and Starcraft characters walked right through the screen and caught a flight to Anaheim.

The House of Warcraft held their annual fanfest last week and dropped a big bomb in the form of Overwatch, which had a bit of day-one representation. But most of the costuming love from Blizzcon attendees went to the company's long-running classic games. The pics here come from Cosplay Boom, a documentary series that talks to folks who dress up as fictional characters. You can find their latest episode here.

Andrew Terrell of Jet City Cosplay as World of Warcraft Night Elf Hunter

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Anne Torstensen as Death Maiden

Arms, Armor and Awesome as Zagara, Mother of the Brood

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Beth Hodgson as a Naga from World of Warcraft

Ladee Danger as Sindragosa

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Maghia Cosplay

Chelsey Moyer as Mira Han and Jaime Scheffler as Ghost from Starcraft

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Cosplay Py as Grand Empress Shek'zeer

Danielle Beaulieu as a Tier 11 hunter from World of Warcraft

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Dino Roy

Emma Bellish as Treasure Goblin from Diablo

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Kamui Cosplay as a Diablo wizard

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Lightning Cosplay

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Nightfever Cosplay

Oshley Cosplay

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Owen Lord and Dawn Bright as Lor'themar Theron and Lady Sylvanas from WoW