Series 8 opening sequence from episode 1

Series 8: Dungeon

By Keith McDonald

Series 8 returned to a richly-textured computer-generated dungeon with an expansive Level 3 formed of two towers, Linghorm and Marblehead.


Snapdragon Tunnels

The Snapdragon Tunnels, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Fireball Alley

The Fireball Alley challenge, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Smirkenorff's Lair

Smirkenorff's Lair, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Trapdoor Room

The Level 1 Trapdoor Room, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Corridor of Blades

The Corridor of Blades, as seen in Series 7 of Knightmare (1993).

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Black Tower of Goth

A stone room in the Black Tower of Goth, as seen in Series 7 of Knightmare (1993).

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Sewers of Goth

The Sewers of Goth, as seen in Series 7 of Knightmare (1993).

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Moving Block

A variant of the Firebomb Room / Moving Blocks without fireball ducts, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Play Your Cards Right

The Play Your Cards Right challenge, as seen in Series 7 of Knightmare (1993).

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Linghorm

A corridor in the Tower of Linghorm, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Golden Galleon

The decks of the Golden Galleon, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Fireball Chamber

A Fireball Room in Level 3 from Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Marblehead

The corridors inside Tower of Marblehead, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Sewer Pipes

The sewer pipes, as seen in Series 8 of Knightmare (1994).

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Bell and Bridge

The alternative bell/bridge entry room from Series 1 and 2 of Knightmare.

This room was an alternative starting room in the first two series of Knightmare. Dungeoneers had to trigger a bridge to reach the exits.

Behind the Scenes with David Rowe

A second variant of Merlin's chamber. A handpainted scene by David Rowe.

The Knightmare.com team went to visit David Rowe, the artist of the original hand-painted dungeon rooms.

Treguard, the Dungeon Master

Treguard the Dungeon Master, in Series 1 (1987). Played by Hugo Myatt.

Treguard the Dungeon Master was the host of Knightmare. He presided over the gameplay from an antechamber in Knightmare Castle.

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