'Assassin's Creed' Cosplayer Does Parkour Through San Diego Comic Con

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When cosplaying certain characters, it definitely helps if one is able to mimic some of the physical feats that said gaming personality is associated with.

Which is why YouTuber DevinSuperTramp's take on Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed" is so effective; knowing how to parkour definitely takes thing up to another level.

DevinSuperTramp, real name Devin Graham, isn't the guy dressed as Edward Kenway; he's just the guy behind the camera. He's essentially a filmmaker whose work highlights feats of strength, as his page demonstrates, though Graham is also a stuntman himself as well.

But the star of the show is Chris Romrell, not just looking like the lead of Assassin's Creed 4, but also moving like him. And the setting? The city of San Diego, while Comic Con was going on.

But instead of roaming crowded hallways, we see Romrell roaming the city streets outside, including Seaport Village, a popular shopping and eating destination for not just con attendees but visitors to San Diego in general:

One would image that the normal people found all the costumed folks milling about to be peculiar to being with. Then all of sudden, out of nowhere comes another, this time running at top speed and jumping over your table, almost knocking your hot dog out of your hand.

Romrell makes it all look so easy, but it by no means is, as this behind the scenes clip proves:

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