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When i was in cub scouts a few years ago i won a book version of Knightmare which through growing up have lost. Any ideas where another can be found?

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There are a few Knightmare books - you can actually download some of them in PDF format from The Underdogs, I think (search for Knightmare).

One minor point: It's spelt DISMISS. Welcome to the board, anyway.
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An address might help: www.the-underdogs.org
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One minor point: It's spelt DISMISS.
I resisted saying that! If you want plenty of spelling mistakes, look at the "Dream Series" thread. *shudder*
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Knightmare book here:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 3507592347

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GG - wat spling missdackes?!
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I found:

Book 5 - The forbidden gate advertised on Amazon (uk) the other day :), I think that there are two copies available from the seller.

Book 3 - Fortress of Assassins on www.Lairs.com (which I think is based in the USA so I don't know if it could be shipped to the UK). The price is also in dollars.

I will try to keep looking to see if I could find any more :)
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I still need to get two of them - I have the rest, I always used to but them before I went on holiday.
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All this talk of spelling mistakes and I've written buy as but!
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Knightmare goodies here:

http://makeashorterlink.com/?Y35A22F94

At the moment, there is an auction for a set of 5 Knightmare books!  :)

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... egory=1183
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I also notice someone is selling the hard to find 7th Knightmare book - Lord Fear's Domain on www.amazon.co.uk
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I don't remember the title but I've only ever read one of the Knightmare "choose your path" books.

I remember one of the puzzles though..."If you want to meet a brute simply take the castle route, if a bishop you would see, take his way and walk free"...or somthing along those lines.
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has anyone thought to look in their local library to see if they could find any!
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Yeah, well my local libraries used to have most of the Knightmare books, but not any more (old books seem to get sold in the ex-library book sales from time to time).
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it was 'if a bishop you would be, take his steps for passage free' i think... (oh i am so sad for knowing that off the top of my head).

i cheated blatantly at those books.  and i ate them.

kinda wish i hadn't now.

if anyone likes those choose your own path books, i was speaking to a company at gencon who are re-releasing a set.  i can probably get more information on the names and stuff as frank got one of the books.  not knightmare related but meh.
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