Own a winners trophy!

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by JoeGrocottJames » Tue May 10, 2005 9:14 am

Hi. I must admit I would personally say not to sell the trophy - another winner asked about seling their trophy and somebody said something lie "it's something that has to be earned" - the trophy is the symbol of winning - I don't suggest selling it.

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by darkDescender » Tue May 10, 2005 12:32 pm

They're all right, you know. Knightmare winner's trophies are one of the few things a man should tresure forever. And to sell it for a PSP would be, if you'll excuse my frankness, incredibly stupid.
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by LordF » Tue May 10, 2005 1:58 pm

PSP's will be out in september so better start saving now for getting one here instead of importing one, keeping the trophie is well worth it.
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by TuragaNuju » Tue May 10, 2005 2:34 pm

Man, its one of those strange things...

Most of us dream we had one, your offering it to us and were turning it away! I think that shows real dedication to the dungeon

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by sodoto » Tue May 10, 2005 3:09 pm

I'd say it's hiltono's choice whether he sells it or not. If I'd have won it (I was too young to even apply *sniff*) I know I'd probably sell it.

Why?

Because if it was just hanging around my bedroom, there's a distinct possibility I would stab myself with it, and end up breaking it. I'm clumsy.

But really - it's his choice. He has the memories of having it, the proof of winning - and as we ALL should know by now - it's not the things you own that prove you won Knightmare - winning Knightmare is a thing to be proud of in itself. Just knowing he won is more than enough of a prize! And if selling it can gain him some peace of mind now, then good luck to him.
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by keke » Fri May 13, 2005 7:03 pm

:| why? PSP's arent good. DS is but anyways thats beside the point. knightmare trophies are way too rare too sell. they're like one of about 15 or something. i dunno but for a PSP where you'd be one of 50000000 or summit, i'd be sick if i had a trophy and i sold it.
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by Hiltono » Tue May 17, 2005 8:23 am

Well someone has bid on it now so too late really! As I say the whole which console is best thing doesn't really apply, my money issues at the moment are my basis for selling and as had been said I'm not a sentimental person, I have my memories, I know I won and can always prove it to anyone anyway, the trophy is just a (very very nice) piece of metal. In all honesty before I went on knightmare I was never a huge fan and I believe a real fanatic will get alot more satisfaction and pride out of owning this than I ever really will. Hope that explains my position on the matter :)

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by TheBrollachan » Tue May 17, 2005 4:32 pm

Well 5mins remaining...
2 bids, currently £290.00
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by Viccy » Thu May 19, 2005 6:24 pm

Whats the latest with this? Did it go for £290, or more?!?!

I have to say I was tempted to bid, but havent got that sorta cash floating around!

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by Emii » Sat May 21, 2005 1:41 am

Yeah, I hope it went for a LOT more than 300 pounds if he had to sell it, and if he bought a PSP with the money I shall be very cross...but hey, what can ya do?
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by Viccy » Sat May 21, 2005 12:19 pm

The trophy a representation of something that only 8 teams in 8 years (correct me if I am wrong) achieved! To me, a trophy is priceless.

If I had won Knightmare, I would never sell it, even if I "wanted" the latest gadget or gizmo.

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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by TheBrollachan » Sat May 21, 2005 12:38 pm

The final selling price was: £290.00
P&P: £13.00

2 Bidders in total
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Re:Own a winners trophy!

Post by Viccy » Sun May 22, 2005 3:16 pm

Thanks The Brollochan - much appreciated!

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