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In August 2001, Simon Herd signed the Guestbook.

I was twelve at the time and I have many really fantastic memories of the filming process and all the actors.

I think it would be great if Knightmare were to make a comeback, but I think that the whole RPG fantasy craze has all but died out (as far as the mainstream goes anyway, obviously, there are still loads of dedicated gamesters out there).

My team managed to reach the penultimate room where we messed up a fairly simple 'cards on the wall' puzzle. The ledge that I was standing on came out from under my feet and I fell to my doom!

In March 2003, Nicholas Herd signed the Guestbook.

It's been a long time since I appeared on the show and my memories are limited but Knightmare was the source of much of my childhood inspiration and it was a dream come true for me to make it onto the programme.

I just want to thank all of those involved with making Knightmare a reality, and even though the show is over, the legend will live on forever.

One of my strongest memories was of Tim Child's daughter who was a runner - a beautiful girl with a wonderful personality - and also of playing Worms on a PC whilst waiting between rooms.

There was a long wait between filming each room when I guess the actors were preparing for every eventuality. It actually took about 4 or 5 days to record our whole adventure! 

TES Quest Review: Issue 9.

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