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Post by PunmiesterWhiteley » Sun Dec 14, 2003 1:09 pm

1 What was the name of the lady that the third team in S5 bought some flowers from?

2 Was there an age limit for KM?

3 Can the advisors see their dungeoneer's Life Force or is that added in later?

Those have been puzzling me and I would be grateful if the posters on here can help.
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by DavidNewton » Sun Dec 14, 2003 1:46 pm

Well, I know that the life force was just added in later as a tension-increasing device for the viewers (like at the end of Series 5 - it's so tense even though you know what's going to happen!)
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Post by MoanaLiza » Sun Dec 14, 2003 9:17 pm

When you say age limit do you mean minimum and maximum age that team members could be or the minimum and maximum age that the watchers should be? The team members had to be 11-15 inclusive. As for the watchers, there really isn't an age limit, as some of us were really young when we started watching it. I don't know if there was anyone under three years old when they started watching it. I would like to know maybe the youngest age of viewer to start watching Knightmare ever was/is. As for the upper age as Tim Child said that he hopes that the older viewers are his age. I don't know if there are any older than him or even any who are over 60.
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by JamesA » Sun Dec 14, 2003 9:59 pm

1 What was the name of the lady that the third team in S5 bought some flowers from?
It was actually the second team who bought the flowers - for some reason, the lady didn't have a name so I assume she was just an extra with a speaking role
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Post by JoeGrocottJames » Sun Dec 14, 2003 10:44 pm

3 Can the advisors see their dungeoneer's Life Force or is that added in later?
It mentions this in the letters sent to the winning team, which you can see in the Pictures section of the website. It says that the life force cannot be displayed on the advisor's monitor, but its status will be given at the start of each chamber.

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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by Skarkill » Mon Dec 15, 2003 1:23 am

Posted by: PunmiesterWhiteley Dec 14th at 11:09am
1 What was the name of the lady that the third team in S5 bought some flowers from?
This mysterious lady apperd a cuople of times in S5 the incident you discribed.

Twice in the Level 2 Inn as a waitress and twice in the village of Wolfenden.

Heres a thought on her identy with her willingness to trade flowers for silver and her apperence as a merchent of sorts.

You don't think that this is non other then......





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Post by Lord_Bob » Mon Dec 15, 2003 9:48 am

Hey perhaps it is!

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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by Billy » Mon Dec 15, 2003 10:23 am

I don't know if there are any older than him or even any who are over 60.
Although this is completely off topic, I certainly know a KM Fan who is over 60...my Grandma.  ;)

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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by King_Gazz » Mon Dec 15, 2003 1:21 pm

I bet there is knightmare fans of all ages
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Post by MoanaLiza » Mon Dec 15, 2003 10:43 pm

Although this is completely off topic, I certainly know a KM Fan who is over 60...my Grandma.  ;)
Hurray good on your Grandma. May I ask exactly how old she is? Mine's nearly 95 poor dear and she is not a fan of Knightmare or much else really. She Can't hardly see nor hear. If I even mentioned mentioned the word Knightmare, she wouldn't have a clue what I was saying. She doesn't do much else other than sleep most of the day. When people visit she doesn't hardly interact with them. Last time I visited her I got all of about half a dozen words out of her at the most. My poor Grandma seems to have lost her spark in the past year or too.
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by Skarkill » Tue Dec 16, 2003 2:50 pm

2 Was there an age limit for KM?
I don't think theres an age limet to Knightmare as far as its appel to fans is concerend.

But there was an age limet for contestents.

11-14 was the age limit.
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by King_Gazz » Tue Dec 16, 2003 5:49 pm

if i remember that the 1st dungeoneer of series 8 was 15
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by JamesA » Tue Dec 16, 2003 10:30 pm

The dungeoneer of Series 8 Team 5 was also 15

Andrea of Series 5 Team 5 was also 15 when she appeared on the show
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by MoanaLiza » Wed Dec 17, 2003 12:26 am

Richard Howse (s8 t1) wrote an account of his experience including the teams audition and filming and a bit that he wrote in the audition section was
I'd always watched Knightmare and enjoyed right through to my present age at the time of 15, the border age for contestants wanting to be on the show.
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Re: Questions, Questions

Post by PunmiesterWhiteley » Sat Dec 20, 2003 7:43 am

Thanks for the answers.

I meant an age limit on the team members.  Some of them seem older than others.
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