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The Deviant Gentleman
05 April 2010 @ 11:42 pm
The Deviant Gentleman
05 April 2010 @ 03:30 pm
Some changes have taken place over the Easter weekend in the land of Knightmare storytelling. No new material, but we're having something of a reboot away from the mic.

First off, we're finally ditching our clumsy original group name. "KM-RAmDram" was always hard to pronounce and even harder to spell, so after a long while mulling it over, we've plumped for the new moniker, The Dunshelm Players. Cop-out name? Maybe, but we just couldn't come up with a better one, and at least we're sure it's better than the original.

Secondly, I've been tinkering away at a new, less eye-twisting website to replace the 90's-looking eyesore that we've been making do with for the last three-and-a-half years. The new site's still in-progress for now, so for the time being http://www.kmramdram.co.uk/ remains the place to download from, but that will become defunct very soon. To go with this, we also have a new e-mail address to replace the one in the posts above; thedunshelmplayers@tiscali.co.uk, the AP forum has been shut down due to lack of activity, and all our files, including all the commentary tracks, are being moved to a new server; another big nod of thanks to Forester for generously hosting them for us over the last few years.

Watch this space for further news as it happens. In the meantime, check out the brand new Web 2.0 friendly Knightmare.com, filled with shiny things to amaze and delight you.
The Deviant Gentleman
29 March 2010 @ 05:30 pm
(via deathboy )

"Hello everyone. Me & Dan have written a song about The Daily Mail (a British newspaper).

We're aware this video won't mean an awful lot if you've never heard of The Daily Mail, but on the plus side, you've never heard of The Daily Mail."
The Deviant Gentleman
28 March 2010 @ 09:35 pm
Things are moving forward on the Knightmare Audios front. As well as gearing up for the new website move (along with unveiling a new group name to go with it), a trailer of the upcoming audio drama When Five Tribes go to War has just been released.

Give it a listen. Your ears may very well love you for the rest of your life. Or something.
The Deviant Gentleman
24 March 2010 @ 09:46 pm

Say what you like about the animated adaptation of Soul Music, they absolutely nailed the soundtrack. This piece still gets me teary eyed to this day.

Then I put this on, man up, cock my Burleigh and Strongintherarm, head out into South Antharia and seriously prod some buttock.

The Deviant Gentleman
22 March 2010 @ 09:06 pm
As so accurately prophesised by the graph in my earlier post, the blame game has begun on the CashGordon fiasco. Who's in the firing line first? Evil labour haxxors. Possibly on steroids, but most likely cocaine. They ARE Westminster scriptkiddies, after all.

Look, Tories, if you're going to spend £15,000 on a webpage that doesn't even bother protecting itself against easily exploited oppertunities for lulz, then quite frankly you DESERVE to be mocked and Goatse'd into the ground. And having your newspapers dress it up as a serious business hack perpetuated by Labour stooges is just laughable if I didn't know that many of your equally ignorant supporters will swallow and spread it without question.

Current status of all of this: both the Conservatives and Will Heaven are drowning in a bukake of fail.

brb happy parts all a tingle
The Deviant Gentleman
(via deathboy )

Sauce here

Oh you silly Tories, thinking you understand How Things Work.