Cross Marian



Last Updated: 10-16-2011

General Cross is my fave character in DGM. I really wanted to cosplay him at some point, I just love his style and hair. This is probably one of my fave cosplays to do.

Everything was brought, buttons and badges was edited, hat was edited, glasses was edited, mask was made, trousers I already own.

-About the character-
General Cross Marian is an Exorcist of the religious organization, the Black Order. He is the master of Allen Walker. Cross Marian is a womanizer who loves to gamble and drink. When he gambles, he makes extravagant bets and, if he loses, he never pays, leaving Allen or someone else to do so. When he was training Allen, he forced his apprentice into battle with no time to prepare and taunted Allen as he fought to "help" him. He only loves very few things: women, wine, money and beautiful things. When in battle himself, he acts very cold and uncaring. He is shown to be a gruff, demanding individual who is hard to please. In fact, he usually refers to Allen as "Idiot apprentice." Most of the Black Order considers Cross a great man, to which he is, however, he is normally always rude and tough on Allen. This could be because Allen is his apprentice and thus he has to be hard on him. Allen fears him which is hinted from the fact most of his flashbacks that include Cross end with some kind of traumatizing (usually humorous) experience. Cross's favorite wine is Romanee Conti. It is often priced anywhere between $500 - $24,000 per bottle, depending on vintage. He will not drink any other wine but that. Cross dislikes being near filthy people and won't allow anyone dirty near him (except women.)

-Worn At-
London MCM Expo May 2009.
Japanese Arts Festival 2010.

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Character Cross Marian
Series D.Gray-man
Costume Views 309
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Upload Date 10-16-2011
Debuted London MCM Expo May 2009

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