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I tell you, Robert, hes in league with the devil.

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How else could outlaws defeat armed soldiers?

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I dont know, Hugo.

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But he certainly made a fool of Gisburne.

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This man is dangerous!

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Calls himself Robin ithe hood. Says hes Hernes Son,

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whatever that means.

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Ill show you.

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What dyou make of that?

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Well, its a silver arrow.

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No, brother.

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Its the silver arrow!

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Hernes Arrow.

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You really should read more, Hugo.

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This was described by Gildas the Monk

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over five hundred years ago.

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But its even older than that. Much older.

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So how did you come by it?

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Dyou remember that pathetic Saxon rebellion?

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Ailric of Loxley was the Guardian.

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What are you talking about?
The Guardian of the Arrow.

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Its a cult object, Hugo. Like a sceptre or a cross.

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Its a symbol.

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An English thing. Magic.

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Ah, you wont be able to read that.

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I doubt if anyone can.

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Except possibly Baron de Belleme.

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And, if he really is Hernes Son,

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Robin ithe hood.

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Where was Gisburne taking you?

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To Kirklees Abbey.

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Why?

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Im to be a nun.

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A nun?

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Whats so dreadful about that?

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Well, you dont look like a nun.

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Not yet. But I shall.

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Stay here with me.

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In Sherwood?

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And be your May Queen?

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Ah, but what would I be when winter comes?

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Id build a fire at the caves mouth.

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Wrap you in sheepskin.

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And hold you close.

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Take me to Kirklees.

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The plough is driven forth.

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And the first furrow made.

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Drink!

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What did you see?

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Dreams.

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No. Not dreams.

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What binds the hunter to the hunted?

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Ill ask you again. Go now!

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What must I do?

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Act without thinking.

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Toms back!

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Tom?
Nottinghams still buzzing with it.

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Gisburnes a laughing stock.

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And the Sheriffs calling for more men to hunt us.

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They wont come into the forest after dark. That Im sure.

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Hes holding a contest to recruit archers. Prizes of money.

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The first prize is a silver arrow.
The arrow.

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<i>What binds the hunter to the hunted?</i>

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Im going.
I wouldnt bother.

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Theres a rumour that Flambart will be there.

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Walter Flambart?
Whos he?

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Archer to the King. Hes champion of all England.

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Id forget about it, if I was you.
I cant.

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But it might be a trap, Robin!
Why risk your life for an arrow?

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Because I must.

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Welcome, Hugo.

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Are you sure this will tempt him?
The secret symbol of England?

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Oh, yes. Well catch this Robin Hood.

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And Flambart, our Frenchman, will outshoot him

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in front of this native rabble.

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In a way thats even more important.

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And youll keep the Arrow?

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Of course. Im the real power.

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Ah!

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Welcome, Baron.

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Walter Flambart shoots for me.

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Two hundred marks he will win.

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Hedger of Castleton, master clerk.

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Youre too old, hedger.

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Too old, am I?

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My arrows will fly true. Youll see, youll see!

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Drivelling idiot. Next!

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Have you seen him yet, Gisburne?

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Not yet, my lord Abbot.

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My lord Sheriff!

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Itll rain tonight, I reckon.

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Off you go, lads?

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Too much beer and not enough archery practice

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thats your trouble.

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Pure chance! The old fool didnt even aim!

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Now watch Flambart.

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Youll never beat Flambart.

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And theres the Barons man yet.

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Youve got no chance against those two.

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I have to try!

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The final six, my lord Sheriff.

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Nasir from Castle de Belleme.

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Walter Flambart.

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Adam the Carter.

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John Barley.

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Hedger of Castleton.

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And William the Smith.

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You shot well, my friends.

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Now lets see, wholl win the arrow.

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You shall, my lord! You shall!

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Well, Gisburne?

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No, my lord.

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I dont think hes among them.

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So he wasnt tempted after all, was he, Robert?

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John Barley.

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Seven.

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Adam the Carter.

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Three.

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William the Smith.

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Five.

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Youre next, old man.

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Hedger of Castleton.

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In the black!

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Thats a fine shot.

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Why, thankee, master Flambart.

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Walter Flambart.

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In the black!

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Well, Baron?

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Nasir from Castle de Belleme.

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In the black!

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Let all three of us shoot on the same target

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and set it back another fifty paces.

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Agreed.

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Eh, master Nasir?

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Dont say much, do he?

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Guards!

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Those three, bring them!

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You shall shoot first, old man.

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Why, thankee, master Flambart. No, no, no!

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Ill take my turn.

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There you are, my lord Baron! I win the wager.

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The Arrow is mine.

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He has beaten both of us, hedger.

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Ive yet to shoot, master Flambart.

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Hes done it! Hes done it!

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He split the arrow!

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Impossible!
Not for Hernes Son.

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Hedgers beard may be white,

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but his hands are those of a young man.

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Much! Come on!

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Tom! Quickly!

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Your skill is remarkable, old man.

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Why, thankee, my lord.

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It is also remarkable that we havent heard of you before.

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Well, take your prize.

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Gisburne.
Move, and he dies!

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Dont just stand there! Shoot!

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Guards! After them!

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Come on, Much! Jump!
Jump, Much!

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Come on, Much!
Go, Much!

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Get up!

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Now listen. Somehow we must entice

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this Robin Hood and his men out of the forest.

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Well take an army to Sherwood. Leave us.

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No, Hugo. Were not going into Sherwood!

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Not even with a thousand men!

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Theyd pick us off from the trees, my lord Abbot!

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Their arrows pierce armour!

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Then whats the answer?
Simon de Belleme!

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Not long ago I came to you, my lords.

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I asked to marry your ward.

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My lord Baron, she chose...

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I warned you then against Hernes Son. Now he has the Arrow.

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If he isnt stopped hell have an army.

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He cannot be beaten by force of arms not in the forest.

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But I shall vanquish him.

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Fire must be fought with fire!

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But not with hellfire!

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You do see the problem, my lord.

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You can hardly expect the Church

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to ally itself with the... opposition, so to speak.

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Absolutely. That is blasphemy!

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I know he will come to me,

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and I know he will come alone.

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His men will disobey him and follow him out of the forest.

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How can you be so sure of such a thing?

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Azael has told me.

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Has he, indeed?

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And what will fetch him from the forest, my lord Baron?

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What magic will bring him out?

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His love for the girl.

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Give her to me,

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and he will come!

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No! I cannot agree to this!

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I do not want her lands!

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I want the girl!

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It seems a small price to pay.
But shes in Kirklees Abbey!

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I cannot sanction this!
Youve nothing to lose, Hugo.

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One headstrong Saxon virgin to put an end to a dangerous rebel!

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Seems like a bargain to me.

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Besides, whos going to know?

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You cannot do this, my lord Abbot!
Be silent!

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My lord Abbot, this is the most wicked evil...
One word more, Brother Tuck, just one,

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and Ill have the fat flayed from your body!

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When do you propose to take her?

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Tomorrow is the first of May.
The feast of Beltane?

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Youre well informed for a sceptic.

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Superstitions a hobby horse of mine.

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Superstition?

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Youre a fool, de Rainault!

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Well, Hugo?

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If I keep the land.

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Then let us hear your plans.

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Ive come to hear the Lady Marions confession.

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I should have stayed in Sherwood.
With an outlaw?

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With Robin Hood.

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And Ill be his bride.

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If he wants me.

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No!

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The powers of evil have joined forces against you.

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The Arrow is your protection.

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In the name of the Father [in Latin]

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and the Son and the Holy Spirit. [in Latin]

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No!

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Are you the one

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they call Robin Hood?

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Marion.

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Hes... Hes taken her.

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The Baron.

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Hes taken her.

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Im going alone.
But hes a sorcerer!

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Thats why.

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Its me he wants.
He could kill you!

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Or make you his slave like he did me!

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No.

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Well raid the castle then!
And be slaughtered.

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Wills right.

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We cant fight in the open.

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We have to stay in Sherwood.
Well, Im coming with you!

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No, youre not.

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Herne prepared me for this.

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It was meant from the beginning.

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Youre a fool! Youre throwing your life away for a girl!

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John, John, come on, come on.

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This isnt an ordinary fight.

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Its not arrows or swords.

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This is a fight between the powers of Light and Darkness.

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And if I should fail,

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one of you will take my place.

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And Herne will choose him.

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If hes not back by dawn, Im going after him!

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Are you with me?

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Why do you close yourself up in Kirklees?

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There youll learn nothing.

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Here youll learn everything!

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The final mystery!

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Youre savage!

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Is murder the only thing that could excite you?

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How many deaths? How many to satisfy your devil?

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Youre terrified of him, arent you, Simon?

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Youre not his servant.

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Youre his victim!

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Prepare her for my lord Azael.

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Hes arrived, my lord! And hes alone!

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Excellent!

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Whatever happens, its the end of Robin Hood!

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Simon de Belleme!

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He has come for you.

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I invoke thee, Azael,

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by Hermes, the thrice great.

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By the shield of Solomon!

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And by the powers

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of the Lords of Darkness!

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Break your bow!

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Throw away your arrows!

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They have no power

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over the servant of the Lord Azael.

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Why hesitate?

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Where is your strength?

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Herne chose well.

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Is your aim true?

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Fire will consume you!

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Come down.

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Come down to your death!

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No! Keep away, Robin! Keep away!

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No!

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No!

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No.

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Azael,

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receive

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thy sacrifice!

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Azael!

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Tom!

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No!

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I told you to stay in Sherwood.

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You ungrateful bastard!

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Soldiers!

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Come on! Come on!

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Get back! Its Gisbourne and his men!

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Retreat!

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Back!

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Ill have Gisburne excommunicated!

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Have him hanged, its quicker.

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Robin!

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Much!

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Marion, get back!

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Much, get her to safe place!

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Will, Will!

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Marion! Much!

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Come here, Gisburne!

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Toms dead.

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And Dickon.

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They were going to Lincoln.

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Remember?

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Nothings forgotten, Will.

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Half of us gone.

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John.

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Its over.

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No.

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No, its not over.

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What dyou want?

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Dyou want us all dead?

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John? Much? Marion?

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Dyou want Marion dead?

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For what?

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For this!

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Listen to me.

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Our friends who were killed,

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theyll never starve

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or be tortured

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or chained in the dark.

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Theyre here with us in Sherwood.

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And they always will be.

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Because theyre free!

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Subtitles: SHERWOOD FOREST, 2017
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