Question for contestants: meeting adjacent teams

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Question for contestants: meeting adjacent teams

Post by Drassil » Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:29 pm

What kind of interaction did you have with the Knightmare teams immediately before or after yours?

For example, we know from Dan (Series 7 Team 7) that his team 'got on so well with the team before us (Julie, Sam, Helen & Helen) that a couple of 'inter-team' relationships ensued and many holidays together were had!'

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Re: Question for contestants: meeting adjacent teams

Post by Requiem » Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:55 pm

Great question. Unfortunately, I don’t think we had much more interaction with Duston, Alan, Oliver and Alex than we did with the team that followed us (obviously there wasn’t one of those).

I vaguely recall chatting with the guys by the window in the Green Room (the window was on the far wall from where you entered the room). But I couldn’t tell you about what. Someone did mention they’d survived the CoB but the guys were well behaved in not divulging much and we were well behaved in not asking them to.

I don’t recall where abouts team 6 was at in the dungeon when we arrived. I do remember we arrived Monday 8th August. We filmed our entrance scene late in the day on Tuesday (the only scene we filmed that day) and then filmed all day Wednesday 10th August and then went home. It was a long and tiring day. I presume team 6 went home Tuesday 9th - I don’t think there was much overlap as we went swimming and out for lunch on the Tuesday so weren’t even in the Green Room much that day, at least not for the first half.

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Re: Question for contestants: meeting adjacent teams

Post by Mystara » Sun Feb 03, 2019 8:56 pm

I recall that it was strongly discouraged.
I seem to recall the rules (or one of the bits of paperwork we had) not exactly prohibiting it, but strongly discouraging us from interacting and sharing information.

Keep in mind that the backup team was called as soon as the primary team started, and it would usually take the backup team a day or two to arrive, so there was little overlap anyway. In addition, adjacent teams were kept in different hotels and, if the primary team were still playing, then the backup team were usually sent to the nearby leisure centre in the afternoon (we didn't get this because the team before us died at lunchtime).

I recall Sue and Tim saying that the teams were sent to lunch at different times, too.
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