Puchi-con encourages all of our guests to come in and be creative with their cosplays. We want everyone to be safe and enjoy the convention. To do so, in accordance with the local, state, and federal safety and regulations, there are some restrictions as to what can be worn and what can be brought to the con. Please be mindful and respectful to everyone. This con is open to everyone and body shaming or being inappropriate to other guests or con-goers will not be tolerated. Any minor infractions of the rules will result in being asked to be changed. Any major or repeated infractions to the rules will result in you forfeiting your badge and expulsion from Puchi-Con with no refunds. 

COSPLAY RULES 

- Indecent Exposure: Cosplayers are not allowed to expose private parts of their area during the convention. We ask all our female cosplayers to have a minimum of coverage as a bikini and male cosplayers to have a coverage brief style. Proper steps must be taken by our cosplayers to make sure their costume is fashionably secure and prevent any possibility of a wardrobe malfunction. 

- Shoes are required at all times: All of our cosplayers are required to wear shoes at all times during the convention. 

- No Sharp Edges or Spikes: Cosplayers must not have any sharp edges on their costume. All edges must be made up of a soft material that will not harm any other attendees or damage any property. 

- Cosplay cannot obstruct the view or passageway: All cosplays must fit through the doorway or cannot take up the span length of two people. If a cosplay is disrupting the flow of traffic, you may be asked to remove your cosplay or change your cosplay outfit. Exceptions to this rule will be granted for the cosplay contest. 

- Cannot pose as military or first responders: There are no realistic depiction of the military, law enforcement, or other official government uniforms allowed. No first responders uniform are allowed at the convention. 


 

Props Rules 

All props brought in to the convention and surrounding spaces are the responsibility of the owners. The owner assumes and acknowledges the risk of prop damage, lost, or theft. The owner assumes full liability for oneself and for others. Puchi-con is not responsible for any damage, lost, or stolen prop or items. Puchi-con is also not responsible for any injury, harm, damage, or other liability associated with any person’s weapon, prop, or costume during the convention. Puchi-con has the right to not permit any weapons for any reason into the convention. 

- No Live or Steel Metal: No prop or weapon made of metal is allowed into the convention. Any sharp-pointed weapon or blade will immediately be turned down and ask to be put away before entering the con. Dull wood weapons and plastic weapons are allowed, but may not be swung, brandish, or involved in other sorts of motion. 

- No Compound Bows: Professional, straight bows, and loaded toy bows are also not allowed. Arrows must not be made of metal and do not have a sharp pointed edge. 

- No Real Guns or Firearms allowed: 

Prop Guns are also not allowed in the convention. Anyone who brings in a replica of a firearm will be asked to remove from the convention or leave the premise. Foam & cardboard is ok.

- No Explosives: Any explosives (including firecrackers or fireworks) are not allowed 

- Misuse of your prop: Use of props that violates Puchi-con rules in any way, or if it’s deemed unsafe by the staff will result in expulsion from the con without refund.

Contact Us

Puchi Con!

September 21st 2019

11am-12am

Embassy Suites

Secaucus, NJ
puchianimecon@gmail.com
Tel: 201-470-4329

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