Returning dungeoneer

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Returning dungeoneer

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Hi all, I'm new to this forum (which I came across thru a search engine). I appeared on Knightmare in 1991/92 (it's been so long now I can't remember!), when I was 14/15 years of age. But I do have really fond memories of the whole experience (from the auditions, to satying up in Norwich 4 a week, filmimg etc and having a load of FUN along the way) and they'll stay with me forever. btw I wouldn't call myself a fanatic fan of the show or anything but I wish they'd bring it back! Anyone else here been on the show...?
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There are now plans to bring the show back, whether it gets comissioned is another story.

Which team where you on? (other team members?)
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Judging by the post she made in the guestbook, it appears to be Sumayya from Series 6! Oliver, the last dungeoneer of Series 8, also signed the guestbook recently.
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I didn't want to mention my name but yeah you're right ::) I was just looking at the web site and found that it was series 6 (1992) I was on and we were Team 2. You can imagine my shock when I saw my picture on the screen :oLOL
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Welcome to the forums, nice to have another actual dungeoneer within our ranks. A few other dungeoneers have appeared around here too, enjoy the chat and such.
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Heywo Sumaya, how did it fell getting a limb pulled off you, by the Dreadnort? ;D

Nice to have you here!!! :D
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Welcome to the zone!
Good night out there; whatever you are!
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Kupo kupo? its an actual dungeoneer!!! :o

cool! nice to have you along for the ride... dont mind me... i have a screw loose... in fact several.... ;D but thats just me....

anyway! a big hello fae me...
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Thanks for all the pleasant welcomes. :)

[quote author=Fidjit
how did it fell getting a limb pulled off you, by the Dreadnort? ;D

Well, hmmm...it was pretty much expected :-[It was our fault for missing a vital clue in Level 2. When you come across a group of objects you can only pick 2, right? Well for some reason beforehand we had all decided that we would take a gem along with something else (good for trading we thought). This made us overlook what the riddle on the scroll was indicating - amber (cos the witches only trade with amber). There was an amber necklace there but we didn't even think of taking it ::) The other object we took was correct - a potion - that helped Sidriss (Houdrass's daughter). Well what finally happened was that the witches did not give us the password we needed in order to get past the Dreadnort and I eventually got torn limb from limb ???Looking back I cringe to think how dumb we were but hey at least we got the chance to be on it, everything else was brill! ;)


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pixie wrote: You can imagine my shock when I saw my picture on the screen
Well you made it onto our attractive dungeoneer thread too . . .

As an old hand at dungeoneering - would you consider taking part in the new series if you were eligable?
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As an old hand at dungeoneering - would you consider taking part in the new series if you were eligable?
hmmm... I'd have to think about that one...

Just one thing...I was a bit astonished when I noticed that most people on this forum are pretty young (teens to early twenties). So how did you guys get into Knightmare? How old were you when it was on? Because it ended in 1994 I guess I was expecting most people here to be in their late twenties early thirties as they'd have grown up with the show...
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*The Goblin Horn Sounds & with the clancking of Manicals and a Bloodthirsty Laugh, The Dreadded Goblin Master appers.*

"Whats This?"

"Didn't you have enough the last time?"

"I'd have thought that Dred...Dea.....Drad....Dre....Da. Well that Rudy great Iron Warrior his Lordship had built, that ripped you to pieces, would have scared you off, from trying to best us Opposition minnion again."

"But since it hasn't. I'd start Begging For Mercy Goblin Fodder, lessen of corse you has some Gold I might be intrested in."

"If Not."


"IT'S THE IRONS FOR YER."


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pixie wrote:
As an old hand at dungeoneering - would you consider taking part in the new series if you were eligable?
hmmm... I'd have to think about that one...

Just one thing...I was a bit astonished when I noticed that most people on this forum are pretty young (teens to early twenties). So how did you guys get into Knightmare? How old were you when it was on? Because it ended in 1994 I guess I was expecting most people here to be in their late twenties early thirties as they'd have grown up with the show...

I am 20, and I started watching it in 1987! So thar you go, I was a very early fan :) Nice to have you here anyhow, be delighted to hear of your experience.
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I loved the show when I was little - I only saw the later series but remember Pickle distinctly :)

Welcome to our little corner, Sumaya - hope you enjoy it here. Must be quite nice knowing you're famous, despite it being amongst a very select group :)
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