Knightmare Sports

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Knightmare Sports

Post by Fidjit » Mon Oct 13, 2003 2:30 pm

What characters do you think have a sporty connection, I can think of a football match and Treguard should be there since he is "the referee in the greater game of luck and glory..."  ::)

Cedric from Series 1 and 2 should be good at pool or snooker since he hasn't been able to put down that stick he carries around with him...  ::)

Velda can be a great achery player... She's shot a lot of Boheimans and Goblins.  ::)

(That is a point... In Series 3 Team 5 why does Velda say that you may harm no living thing when she shoots everyone anyway?)  ???
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Post by Drassil » Mon Oct 13, 2003 3:03 pm

Mrs. Grimwold as a darts player!

Jim Bowen on Bullseye: 'Alright, super, smashing, if you get 180 on the next throw you've won the holiday to Winteria, if not, you lose the washing machine and the bone, and all you get's your CFH, your Cart Fare Home.'

Mrs. Grimwold: 'Alright, dearie, gimme a chance. Shuddup, Festus!! I've gotta concentrate or you'll lose the bone! No, you can't eat Jim Bowen!'


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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by GrimaldineGrimwold » Mon Oct 13, 2003 5:54 pm

Mrs. Grimwold as a darts player!

Jim Bowen on Bullseye: 'Alright, super, smashing, if you get 180 on the next throw you've won the holiday to Winteria, if not, you lose the washing machine and the bone, and all you get's your CFH, your Cart Fare Home.'

Mrs. Grimwold: 'Alright, dearie, gimme a chance. Shuddup, Festus!! I've gotta concentrate or you'll lose the bone! No, you can't eat Jim Bowen!'
LOL. That's fantastic, especially for those of us who remember the show and all the catchphrases. I can imagine her getting distracted and losing the prizes, so Festus decides to start eating the set. Jim Bowen would inveitably, therefore, with chaos, cackling and electronic barking all around him, have to use in his closing speech to camera...

"You can't eat a bit of Bully!"
"Sometimes of the Grey, but always of the Green, dearie. Shurrup Brollachan! Have you seen Festus, my dear? I need to take him back to Cornwall. " [cackle]

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Post by Drassil » Mon Oct 13, 2003 6:52 pm

I'm glad you like it.  :) I used to like Bullseye a lot, and that other show, the dungeon one... Knightmare, that's it. Imagine if the cartoon beginnings of both shows crossed over, and the Cartoon Knight and Bully were having a race!

They reach their destination, and it's the Dungeon antechamber, with a giant dartboard behind Treguard's chair, and Jim Bowen dressed as an elf.

Treguard: 'The book, Borwen.'
Borwen: 'Oh, the book, smashing, super. Right, the Team's on Level One, 50 points they have...'

Sorry, Motley, this is a bit off-topic! But see how inspirational KM can be?

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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by MoanaLiza » Mon Oct 13, 2003 10:35 pm

Velda can be a great achery player...
More like Shooting!

I think Gwendoline as a archery player
McGrew could be in the Highlang Games
Sir Hugh as professional jouster
Gundrada - fencing
Grimwold - Rugby
I don't know why but Hordriss as one of those ancient Karate masters! :-/
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Post by GrimaldineGrimwold » Tue Oct 14, 2003 12:38 am

I don't know why but Hordriss as one of those ancient Karate masters! :-/
You know, I can really see that, with all the staring and posing and the ancient challenge rites and such.

I'm sure whatever sport Mrs. G. turned her hand to, she'd be no good at it at all and would therefore cheat outrageously.
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Post by Velda » Tue Oct 14, 2003 2:34 am

Mr Grimwold could also be a wrestler a la Big Daddy/Giant Haystacks!  ;D  He's that kind of size!

And the witches would be good at Quidditch, of course! (sorry, non Harry Potter fans but it's true!).

Hordriss as a Karate master?  You're right, he's really disciplined *imagines Hordriss doing Matrix style moves against multiple Lord Fears* Lol, sorry I'm just a bit obsessed with that film at the mo...

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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by Fidjit » Tue Oct 14, 2003 11:07 am

Mind you, Brother Mace can do a drinking contest...

I reckon his record in a whole pint of ale was something like a 0:06.375 seconds... Unsuprisingly! He can also do a cards or drafts game too!

So much for sports!
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Post by Drassil » Tue Oct 14, 2003 4:23 pm

I don't know why but Hordriss as one of those ancient Karate masters! :-/
Yes, that's a good one. He might across a bit like Splinter from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

How about Mellisandre leading an aerobics class?
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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by Malefact » Tue Oct 14, 2003 4:32 pm

Lord Fear could do that. ;D
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Post by Pooka » Tue Oct 14, 2003 6:29 pm

Snapper Jack on lacrosse, of course.
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Post by MoanaLiza » Tue Oct 14, 2003 11:12 pm

Hordriss as a Karate master?  You're right, he's really disciplined *imagines Hordriss doing Matrix style moves against multiple Lord Fears* Lol, sorry I'm just a bit obsessed with that film at the mo...
I was thinking more of Mr Miogie (sorry can't spell his name) out of the Karate Kid. I could also imagine Mogga as one of those Karate type Monks, I don't know if you know the ones I mean though!
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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by Velda » Wed Oct 15, 2003 1:53 am

Lol, I haven't seen that film so I wasn't really sure what you meant.  

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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by Moocowthingy » Wed Oct 15, 2003 2:32 am

Fatilla hanging round the levle 1 wellway looks like he's waiting to recieve a fastball or maybe a slider.  Perhaps he will blip it and blop it for a homerun.

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Re: Knightmare Sports

Post by Emii » Wed Oct 15, 2003 4:45 pm

Brother Mace: Imagine him running along a beach in slow motion, a la Chariots Of Fire!
Brother Mace: Imagine him running along a beach in slow motion, a la BAYWATCH!  :o

Sorry - just had to be said...

(Possibly Fatilla in tow?)
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