Knightmare Baby

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Knightmare Baby

Post by TheMightyMartin » Fri Aug 31, 2007 1:13 am

Myself and my partner Emma (spawn_of_fear) would like to officially introduce the forum to The Knightmare Baby!

Well... we would... if it was a baby yet. At the moment you'll have to make do with The Knightmare Fetus.

There are two reasons why this particular bundle of joy can be classed as The Knightmare Baby:

1. Because Emma and I met over Myspace due to our mutual love of Knightmare, and...

2. As you'll see from one of the pictures at the link below, it does bare a rather striking resemblance to a certain Lord Fear (if he wasn't a fictional character I might be slightly concerned about this).

But this isn't just any old fetus... oh no! This fetus has already mastered the art of, get this, creating a Myspace profile! How it manages to get an internet connection from Emma's womb is anyone's guess, but ours is not to question.

We'd like to get it as famous as the Facebook Fetus, so if you've got a Myspace account you might consider adding the little tyke as a friend.

Cheers!

http://www.myspace.com/icklething

EDIT: And no, we are not going to call it Treguard, Motley, Sidriss, Pickle, Malice, Skarkill, Lissard, Hordriss, Gretel, Folly, Granitas... etc. :)
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by sozboz » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:33 pm

bless
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by TheMightyMartin » Fri Aug 31, 2007 10:36 pm

I know. It's all so romantic...

I guess it means we'll have to have a KM wedding. Brother Mace could marry us off, Treguard and Pickle mingling with our family, and a fight breaking out between Gundrada and Stiletta over the bouquet.
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by tuborboth » Sat Sep 01, 2007 1:03 am

Congratulations! :):):)
it´s a very cute Knightmare Fetus! :)

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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by TheMightyMartin » Mon Sep 03, 2007 8:08 pm

Thanks tubor. To be honest I thought this thread would get a little more attention than it has so far. Ah well...

Maybe we should invite TC to the christening, since without him this child probably wouldn't have a chance at life.
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by sozboz » Tue Sep 04, 2007 8:31 pm

I think about 8-10 years from now is when a lot of original Knightmare fans will have kids old enough to watch it. THAT's when the Knightmare revival will begin.
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by TheMightyMartin » Wed Sep 05, 2007 9:51 am

Yeah. It's a shame it'd take that long. Hopefully by that time Knightmare will be remembered in the same way as shows such as Thunderbirds and the like.
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by Fidjit » Fri Sep 07, 2007 9:46 am

Congrats to you mate! When he/she gets older you can show them this topic and say that its all to do with them

Good luck mate! ;)
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Re:Knightmare Baby

Post by TheMightyMartin » Tue Sep 11, 2007 10:55 pm

Cheers mate!
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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by WhiteFloatingSkull » Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:00 am

I'd give you a complimentary haunting for that wedding plan, but My agent told me not to do those anymore...that poor little girl will never be the same. :D

Apparently, lawsuits are a pretty effective countermeasure to a phantasm these days...good thing the dungeoneers never knew that back in the day! :3

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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by Drassil » Mon Dec 13, 2010 5:56 pm

TheMightyMartin wrote: http://www.myspace.com/icklething

EDIT: And no, we are not going to call it Treguard, Motley, Sidriss, Pickle, Malice, Skarkill, Lissard, Hordriss, Gretel, Folly, Granitas... etc. :)
But you did like the sound of Lillith? ;D I hope she is doing well.

A true Knightmare baby ultrasound should surely look like this. And I can't finish this post without linking to one of my favourite Knightmare puns.

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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by Drassil » Sat Jan 17, 2015 10:08 pm

In another thread, HobGoblin wrote:All being well, my wife will be giving birth to the latest KM fan in early March...
For a baby to be considered a true Knightmare baby, arguably a grand gesture should be made on Day One. Like, say, secretly cueing up the goblin horn sound on a smartphone and then playing it during the birth.

Chris, does your wife check the forum? ;) More seriously, I hope all is going well.

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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by GranitasIsCute » Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:40 pm

I was born 15 minutes before Series 7 Episode 8 first aired... does that mean I was a Knightmare baby? ;)

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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by Mashibinbin » Sun Jan 18, 2015 5:13 pm

Only if you were delivered in the antechamber ;)

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Re: Knightmare Baby

Post by HobGoblin » Wed Jan 21, 2015 9:51 am

Drassil Wrote:
For a baby to be considered a true Knightmare baby, arguably a grand gesture should be made on Day One. Like, say, secretly cueing up the goblin horn sound on a smartphone and then playing it during the birth.

Chris, does your wife check the forum? More seriously, I hope all is going well.
All going well thanks. Due date is 7 weeks today - yikes!

I dread to think what the consequences would be if I introduced Knightmare based frivolity to the delivery room. Divorce and GBH would be the least of it!

That said, I have been considering spells that might be useful during labour - ENERGY and SPEED spring to mind, and probably MEDAL when it's all over!
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