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Re:Did you ever play Knightmare

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My best friend from primary school and I used to play something we imaginatively titled 'The Knightmare Game' in the Christmas term when it had started up on TV again. It was more like the stories from Labyrinths of Fear, Fortress of Assassins and so on than the actual show and we pretended to be the fearless adventurers in strange lands, meeting a good few Knightmare characters along the way - you get the picture.
Actually, it became 'The Crystal Maze Game' in the summer term when that was on TV, substituting Treguard with Richard o' Brien, so I suppose it was a generic kind of fantasy game you play when you're young.
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Re:Did you ever play Knightmare

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So what happened when ETP became the presenter then? In the summer did you subtitute Richard with him then? If so did you get any cosmic handshakes?
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Re:Did you ever play Knightmare

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Although I haven't done it recently, I used to do a lot of stand-up comedy. Once, during my set, I mentioned Knightmare and suddenly, every member of the audience decided to give a personal recollection of the series including how they used to play it. Nice, but when you've only got ten minutes...!
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Re:Did you ever play Knightmare

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i used to play it all the time with a bucket

me and a few frieds played on my uni campus whilst drunk a couple of times.
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My own Knightmare

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What

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Laugh

It was quite violent though.

We blindfolded a friend, dressed up in rented costumes, filmed him and his three guides. it worked really well, no special effects though. The thing is if they did stray from the path they would fall several feet into a sand pit, as one of us did. Anger a knight - you get literally beaten up.

I know it sounds painful and sadistic but hey! it makes it seem like your on a real quest :)
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Re:My own Knightmare

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Ooo Nasty!
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Re:My own Knightmare

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No dude that's classy!

I'm doing a project at the moment on Knightmare, clips at my website... See signature below! :)
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Substitute items such as the ACME Hammer (series 6) for a real hammer or mallet. I hope you didn't try to recreate a version of the corridor of blades. ::)
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Re:My own Knightmare

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Sounds fun. Did something like that about ten years ago, the kitchen table had the clue objects on and people were used as obstacles ;D
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Re:My own Knightmare

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The fun of re-enacting KM never dies, however old you get, does it? :)
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Re:My own Knightmare

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Yes, unforuntately one of our dungeoneers got a bit wet. We had a swimming pool he fell into.
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Oooh nasty indeed
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Re:My own Knightmare

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*snerk* ;D
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Fidjit, yours looks really good, I look forward to seeing it in action. Ours is not on such a large scale. Anyway we are filming another series and will attempt to put the clips on the net. We are even going to have our own eye shield.
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Re:My own Knightmare

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Great stuff, maybe we can start a huge RPG website, ALL OF US and we can each do our own projects! Maybe we could even try remaking the old series of Knightmare...
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