Past, present and future...(A bit long)

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and anyway here's two large bones for Festus to restore his lifeforce ;D
Oooh, that is nice of you, dearie. 'E 'as such a terrible 'unger. I'd let you down the wellway to Level 2 if you 'adn't already got down. Or I'd give you a spell, but all I 'av is PERFECTPASTRY, and I'm saving that for next year's Pie Making contest, my entry for which better not be stolen by any old skull that might be floatin' around, otherwise I might 'av to get the exorcists in again. And they're so expensive to call out on weekends, dearie.
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Hi everyone
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Hi everyone, ignore last post - slip of the keyboard!  Anyway, thanks for the replies and for making me feel welcome.
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oOo Sorry I've not been around! I missed a knewbie! MORNIN' TIGGZ!
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Hi Tiggy - welcome to the forum! ;D

I'm one of the 'new-schooler's' (lol!) because I only started watching it during Series 3 and then it changed the next year, besides I was too young to be really disappointed (although I did think "Why've they changed it?" at the time). I haven't seen Series 1 or 2 at all. I wasn't as keen on Series 4 as Series 3, but when Series 5 started I thought "This is my favourite series so far".  I loved all the new characters and that nice scenery and the fact they weren't as stuck in the dungeon as they once were. I was disappointed in Series 8 a bit because it went back to being almost completely inside and didn't have much variety.
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Maybe Grimaldine was keepin' the gardens clean for Lord fear, and had all the exit's locked for fear of somebody messing up her work on his lovely chrysanthinums... ;D
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It wouldn't be series 9 to me. ;D It would be more like series 1 of Knightmare 2.0. ;) Due to the fact i didn't see it on tv. I was only seven when it ended.

Anyway i have ideas for characters and challenges for a new series and would like to show Tim Child them. I have form in this kind of thing as i came up with ideas for Raven while in college that were used in later series. Lots of challenges and helped out with ideas for the character Ervan from Raven the Dragon's Eye. I wrote a fan fiction of Raven that impressed Matthew Napier. I helped Paul Hineman and Matthew Napier out with lots of ideas sent by email. 8)

Also came up with the idea for the Jungle Run Christmas Special. Which was shown two years later. Most of my stuff was used. They even had tinsel around the trees. 8)

All of that was amazing. 8) I would be honoured to put my ideas to Tim Child to help bring Knightmare back. ;)

Anyone got his email? ;)
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Picklemyfav wrote:I would be honoured to put my ideas to Tim Child to help bring Knightmare back.
I don't know about Tim, but this forum's Knightmare à la Maison section is a great place to share ideas for any future series.
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