Your own clue object table

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Your own clue object table

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If you were involved in deciding what 4 objects could go on a table in knightmare, which objects would you choose? They could be
-humorous
-your typical knightmare objects eg a bar of gold, a glove

Obviously choosing an object such as a heavy boulder would be a little unfair on the dungeoneer and way too much for the good old knapsack to handle.
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Food item should be one of those whole roast chickens.

A bar of gold (not one of those bags of gold, they look boring).

A bottle or jar of a magic potion of some kind.

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Food/Drink => Can or pint of beer
Harmful Object => McDonalds' Happy Meal (yes I did pinch the idea from elsewhere)
Clue Object 1 => The ACME Persuader (series 6)
Clue Object 2 => A bar of gold
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The Brollachan wrote: Can or pint of larger
Can or pint of larger what?
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Spelin was never my strong point. Ammended post to make more sense.
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Erm for the girls

Food/drink = Big bar of chocolate
A makeup bag
A telephone and address book
A handbag with £100 and a mobile phone in

(ooops I think the predeccessor misplaced a few items there)
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A bowl of frozen prawns
A can of spraypaint
A credit card
A moose
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Food object would be a packet of sweeties in crunkly papers:

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a block of cheese
a block of frozen yoghurt(hehe it'd melt on them)
a block of gold and diamonds
a block of blocks(like a rubix cube)
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Pot Noodle
Oven Gloves
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a dogcollar
a sheep
a bag of pedigree dogfood
a leash
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Post by MoanaLiza »

5 objects :-\

Some more:

A Vindaloo curry
A map
A Genie's Lamp
A screwdriver

(don't ask, just some random objects)

Next clue table:

An apple
A mac
Some Windows
A mouse

(What would happen if you put them all together? Something that went horribly wrong I'd expect)
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Let's see...

Gopher repellant
Red Herring (food item)
Stapler
Wax lips

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That Monkey Island was fantastic, haven't played on it for years but I do recognise those objects. Breath mints also come to mind.

Here's a few more
A multicoloured gem
A Treguard keyring
A small magnifying glass
A little chef lollipop as food item
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