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Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 7:48 pm
by Snowwiewolf
*the dungeneer looks trough the spyglass and sees:
Lordi and the others talking whilst Lord Fear is tied up in a corner, looking very outraged*

For those ignorant:
www.lordi.org

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Sat Mar 11, 2006 11:45 am
by Mykell
Brother Mace converting to Islam. (No alcohol allowed).

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 5:49 pm
by djoska
simple-

a proper death!!!!

rather than a fall down the'ole or fireball/star fing.

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 6:07 pm
by Mykell
You mean a death like Mortal Kombat?

I think the goriest death I saw was when that team got sliced in thecorridor of blades and a deep red splatter of blood flew onto the screen.

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Tue Mar 14, 2006 12:22 pm
by djoska
yeah- is that the one where all of the 'black' coloured areas turned bright red or was that another episode?

Another thing you wouldnt see in the dungeon-

A dungeoneer treading in a fat lump o' dog shiiiiit!!

ooo.... nasty!
:(

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Sun May 21, 2006 5:05 pm
by Drassil
Snowwiewolf wrote: *the dungeneer looks trough the spyglass and sees:
Lordi and the others talking whilst Lord Fear is tied up in a corner, looking very outraged*

For those ignorant:
www.lordi.org
I think we've all heard of Lordi now. :) Congratulations, Snowwie!

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:40 pm
by 37Herbie
A Breakout of the opposition at the start of Series 5 singing a musical

[Song been Moved to I have a Silly Idea Thread as suggested below]

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:47 pm
by Drassil
Please could I suggest that you re-post that in the 'I had a silly idea' thread and delete it from .this thread? That way, we have all the song parodies in one place.

Re:Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 4:59 pm
by Fidjit
A dungeoneer walking into the Sewers of Goth to find it decorated with tinsel, baulbles, paperchains, a couple of christmas trees in the corners, twinkling lights and a generous helping of Harpic Toilet Blocks and Fresheners littered everwhere...

(Gotta get this topic back up and running! Its just legendary!) :)

Re: Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 6:14 pm
by Drassil
A Series 3 dungeoneer being attacked by a dwarf at the start of Level 3 for taking a joyride in his minecart. The dungeoneer simply replies, "Enthralling trip, titch."

(A nod to a kind remark that's appeared on the website. ;))

Re: Things you would never SEE in the dungeons...

Posted: Fri May 01, 2020 2:00 pm
by DragonsBeHere
I hope, for all our sakes, we never see this.
Add accents as you see fit

[Majida stands alone in the antechamber]
Majida: Welcome watchers of illusion, to the castle of confusion. I’m very sorry watchers, but we’re having… staffing problems. Greybeard is unfortunately unavailable…
[There is a sudden noise that sounds like muffled shouting. Majida continues]
M:…but luckily you’ve got me!
[She grabs the staff and taps in to the ground]
M: Enter stranger!
[A male dungeoneer appears. Majida leaps back]
M: No, I don’t want a boy, send him back!
Dungeoneer: But-
[He vanishes, followed by some more muffed shouting. A new dungeoneer appears, a girl this time. The muffled shouting continues.]
M: Better. What is your name?
Dungeoneer: Ruby.
M: Very strange name, but that's typical of humans. Now call your advisors.
Ruby: Clara, Josh, Willow.
[The advisors appear. Josh looks confused.]
Josh: Can any of you hear someone –
M: I can't hear anything.
[The voice falls silent, like it’s been gagged. Majida picks up the quest items from a crumpled pile, almost as if they’d been thrown there during a struggle. She describes the items as she puts them on the dungeoneer.]
M: This is your Knapsack. You put food in it, so you don’t starve. This is the Eyeshield. It allows your friends to see the path ahead, which they’ll need to, as you’ll be wearing the…
[She stops. Her hands are empty. The Helmet of Justice is not there]
M: Oh silly me, I must have left it in… the cupboard.
[She slowly turns towards the cupboard. The shouting restarts, louder than ever. Majida suddenly turns away from it, a fixed smile on her face]
M: But you don’t need to worry about that because you’re going in without it.
R: But the rules say –
M: Forget about the rules, Treguard just makes them up anyway. Besides, it will make it much easier, yes? I always say it’s too difficult. Go now.
[She grabs Ruby and pushes her towards the dungeon entrance. But before she goes through, there’s a flash of red light and Hordriss appears, blocking the way]
Hordriss: What are you thinking, genie? A dungeoneer can’t go into the dungeon without the Helmet of Justice! Especially not after last time! Go get it at once!
[Majida looks from Hordriss to the cupboard to Hordriss again. She crosses her arms and pouts]
M: Shan’t.
H: Shan’t, what do you mean, shan’t? Some assistant you are! It’s in this cupboard isn’t it?
[He goes to open the cupboard]
M: No!
[The cupboard is open, and a very familiar Dungeon Master falls out, tied up like a Christmas present (not literally, I wouldn’t put you through that again). Majida smiles sheepishly]
M: Wow(!) What’s he doing in there?
[All eyes on her. She disappears back to her bottle]