Sir Hugh de Whitless

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Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Wolfshead » Sat Jun 11, 2005 11:03 pm

I was just wondering what people think of this character. Personally I liked the idea of a knight being in knightmare, but I thought that he was a bit stupid.

Interestingly though, I'm currently reading "Don Quixote" and I'm pretty sure that Sir Hugh could have been based on the central character in this book afterall there are many similarities.

Do you think he'd have been better with a squire like Sancho Panza.

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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Kieran » Mon Jun 13, 2005 12:26 pm

Always an enjoyable to have around, for me at least, it is a shame he did not come back for Season 6. Mark Knight has said it was his favourite character to portray, so there must be something good in him!
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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Wolfshead » Mon Jun 13, 2005 3:58 pm

Should he be counted as neutral or powers that be becasue even though he was good and would fight the opposition he did try to hinder quests by rescuiing the dungeonere and taking them back to the beginning (or Dunshelm maybe).

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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by HarveyTowers » Mon Jun 13, 2005 9:27 pm

Don't you think that rescuing the dungeoneers was just him being a bit of a jobsworth and rather unable to tell who was actually needing to be rescued and who was on a quest or whatever.

Don't you think that a small child with a bucket over their head and only a knapsack for protection might give out a few vibes of anxiety?
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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Wolfshead » Tue Jun 14, 2005 10:54 am

I understand, but he could be a hazard to the quest and the Powers that be would surely do their best to ensure the progress of a successful quest. Also if he was with the Powers that be then he wouldn't have been threatened by Gwendeline.

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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Fidjit » Tue Jun 14, 2005 12:05 pm

Wasn't it Hordriss that took away his sanity or something?
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Re:Sir Hugh de Whitless

Post by Wolfshead » Tue Jun 14, 2005 3:46 pm

Yes, he was rude to Hordris so Hordris cast a spell on him that made him go around rescuing people.

Motley and Gundrada have both been punnished for being rude to Hordriss and I think so was Borther Mace with the Etruscan brandy that turned him into a giant Monitor Lizard.

Was there anyone else?

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