Knightmare ephemera

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Knightmare ephemera

Post by jasonkarl2 » Sun Jan 19, 2014 1:51 pm

Greetings armchair adventurers! I am a huge fan and recently decided to sort through my collection on km ephemera, everything from signed photos, sweatshirts and press clips. I have a lot of items on knightmare, cyber zone, time busters and satellite game that I would like yo donate to thus group, can someone contact me about this? My email is jason@atmosfearuk.com I was a series winning dungeoneer in series 2! Also a winner on the satellite game, plus I was part of cyber zone too - I am and was a mega-fan of all broadsword shows :-) I am also selling off my doubles of items I have so if you are interested before I ebay it all let me know!

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Re: Knightmare ephemera

Post by pjmlfc05 » Sun Jan 19, 2014 8:53 pm

Hi Jason and a warm welcome to the forum! It's great to hear from a winning contestant. Knightmare is and always will be my favourite show ever! It's very good of you to donate any items and I would look forward to seeing them.

You mention selling off doubles of items you have. What items are you selli g? I may be interested!
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Re: Knightmare ephemera

Post by TimeMaster » Sun Jan 19, 2014 9:23 pm

Welcome Jason! Nice to have you on the forum. I have to say that at the moment the forum is in great shape with lots of contributors and very active discussion boards. It would be great if you could stick around and join in the chat sometimes.
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Post by Skarkill » Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:05 pm

*The Goblin Horn sounds and Grippa & Rhark rush in followed by their Master*

"Whats this then? yer squeak through the dungeon once and yer have the guts to come back? Well more the pity you cus this time yer ain't gonner make it out with all yer limbs still attached."


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(Seriously though great and fantastic to see a real Dungeoneer on the site and a winning one at that. I'd be interested to know what it is your selling Jason as I'd possibly like to buy some of it and do please stick around the forum. :) )

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Re: Knightmare ephemera

Post by Canadanne » Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:41 pm

Hi Jason - I too am pleased to see you on the forum and curious as to what you're offering!

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Re: Knightmare ephemera

Post by Gretel » Sun Jan 19, 2014 11:31 pm

Hello there Jason, welcome to the fun!
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Re: Knightmare ephemera

Post by Drassil » Tue Jan 21, 2014 5:27 pm

Welcome back, Jason. Did you have trouble getting into your old account? :) If so, Mystara/Alan might be able to help you regain access or clear the way for the accounts to be merged. Like you, he knows a thing or two about winning Knightmare. Or should that be 'a thing or one + three'?

I think I speak for a few of us when I say that nothing about Knightmare is ephemeral! It's great that you consider yourself a fan and have held on to so much memorabilia from the various Broadsword series. I remember seeing a photo on your website of you in The Satellite Game. It'll be good to learn more about your collection. And feel free to tell us more about what you're up to these days.

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