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<i>I am Herne the Hunter</i>

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<i>and you are a leaf driven by the wind.</i>

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<i>There was a voice.</i>

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<i>It said:</i>

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<i>Nothings forgotten!</i>

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<i>Nothing is ever forgotten!</i>

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<i>So he is free!</i>

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<i>Shoot!</i>

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<i>At last!</i>

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<i>Your precious leader is dead.</i>

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<i>Killed by the Sheriffs men.</i>

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<i>What do you say to that?</i>

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<i>I think its true. I think hes gone.</i>

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<i>I dont believe it!</i>

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<i>He wants us to die thinking that Robins dead!</i>

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<i>He is dead.</i>

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<i>Dead?</i>

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<i>For the sake of everything weve meant to each other,</i>

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<i>you must care!</i>

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<i>Because that way youll keep alive all weve believed in.</i>

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<i>And I cant die then, can I?</i>

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<i>The Hooded Man shall come to the forest,</i>

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<i>there to meet with Herne the Hunter</i>

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<i>to be his son and do his bidding.</i>

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<i>You said he was dead!</i>

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<i>Kill that man!</i>

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<i>Kill him!</i>

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<i>Kill! Kill!</i>

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<i>Just as I begun to believe it was all over.</i>

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<i>Its not over!</i>

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<i>Itll never be over!</i>

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Wait!
Come back, lad!

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Come back!
Who are you?

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Who are you?
Come back!

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Youre Hernes Son,

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you must lead them!

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Hernes Son is dead.

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Robin of Loxley is dead.

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Hernes Son lives again in you.

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No! Its finished!

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You were chosen!

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You called and I answered.

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His followers are safe, its enough!

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You are the Hooded Man!

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Farewell, Herne.

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You will return!

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You must!

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Hey, Earl Flynn!

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Another hundred marks!
Yeah!

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Now will you fight!

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I, Owen of Clun,

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declare you my champion.

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We wouldnt have been doing this a year ago, would we, Gisburne?

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My lord?
Riding through Sherwood.

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There are still outlaws in Sherwood.

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But no Robin Hood. No leader.

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Try convincing the people, Robert.

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The Abbots right, my lord.

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They refuse to believe hes dead.

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Now if youd brought the body back to Nottingham...

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Gisburne! It was unrecognizable!

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I wonder what happened to the others.

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To Scathlock, Scarlet or whatever his name was.

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And that big fellow.

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Little John.

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Thats right. Little John.

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And that filthy Saracen!

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They fled, they scattered.

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They should allve been killed!

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Yes, Hugo, they shouldve been.

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Shouldnt they, Gisburne?

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Im not to blame!
Did I say you were?

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You implied it.

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Oh, we are touchy today, arent we?

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Ill track them down, my lord, however long it takes,

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and the man who rescued them.

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Ah, the Hooded Man.

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Of course you will, Gisburne.

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I have enormous faith in your ability.

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Ha!

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Whos this peacock?

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My lord, Ive come to escort you to the castle.

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Who are you, boy?

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Im Huntingdon, Robert of Huntingdon.

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The Earls my father.

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My lord, Sir Richard of Leaford and the Lady Marion.

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So thats Marion of Leaford.
She shouldve been hanged.

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Then why wasnt she?
The King pardoned her.

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And was she grateful?

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Why else would he pardon her?

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My lord.

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My daughter Marion.

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Yes.

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Yes, youre like your mother.

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Very like.

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Only rather more headstrong, eh, Richard?

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Im afraid so, my lord.
However, we mustnt dwell on the past, must we?

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Some things are better forgotten, hmm?

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Some things, my lord.

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Im glad you made the journey, Richard,

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and Ive always valued your loyalty.

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Oh, my lord, I...
No, no, Im not flattering you, that isnt in my nature.

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And that is why it galls me to have to

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ingratiate myself with a madman like Owen of Clun

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merely because his castle is on the Welsh border.

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There it is!

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Huntingdon!

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Come on!

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The Lord High Sheriff of Nottingham, Robert de Rainault.

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Lord Abbot Hugo de Rainault.

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Sir Guy of Gisburne.

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Welcome, my lords.

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You know Sir Richard of Leaford and his daughter Marion?

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We do, my lord.

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Very well, indeed.

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My son Robert.

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Sir Richard. My lady.

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We havent met since the pardon, have we?

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No, Sheriff, we havent.

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It surprised a great number of us, my lord.

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Im sure, it surprised you.

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But then the King is inclined to be somewhat unpredictable,

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isnt he, my lord?

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Is he?
Almost capricious, one might say.

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You might, behind his back.

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Yes. A lot of things were done behind his back,

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werent they, Sir Richard?

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The King showed great mercy.
Yes, to a traitor!

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Thats enough.
I say: traitor!

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And she: an outlaw, wife to that wolfshead!

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Be silent.

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I will not have my guests abused.

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Nor would the King be pleased to hear your words, Sheriff.

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I fear you misunderstand me, my lord.

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I am delighted Sir Richard has Leaford and his lands again.

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I wept to hear of Marions repentance.

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We both did, didnt we, Hugo?

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The most noble Lord Owen of Clun.

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Huntingdon!

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Did you dance in Sherwood?

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Whats the matter?

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Dont you remember, Lady Wolfshead?

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Oh, my Hegrid, look how she moves!

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Lord Owens watching you.

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Id stay away from him.

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I intend to.

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Again!

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I think Im in love!

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In love!

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Will you apologise, my lord?

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What did you say?
I think you heard me.

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You insolent puppy!

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Ill cut you into pieces!

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How many?

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Robert! Have you gone mad?

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Stop it! Stop it, both of you!

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Stop it! Put up your swords!

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Part them, damn you! Guards!

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Guards!

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Huntingdon!

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I want him punished!

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Robert!
I want him punished!

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I promise you.
I want him whipped.

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Is this the way you treat your quests? Im Owen of Clun!
Now here, boy, down on your knees!

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Robert, I command you!

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I command you, boy!

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I command you, boy!

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Insulted, made to look like a fool!

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I came here in friendship!
We shall beg your forgiveness.

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I swear it, my lord!

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See it done. See it done!

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Or by Thors hammer,

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not a soldier of the King shall cross my lands!

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Robert!

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Robert!

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Robert!

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Robert!

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Have you taken leave of your senses?

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I was commanded by the King to win him over!

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So must I crawl to appease him?

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By Saint Thomas, what possessed you?
He insulted her!

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The girls notorious.

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Insulted her! What have you done to me!

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Wheres your respect, your sense of duty?

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My son, the heir to an earldom and look at you!

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An empty-headed fool who thinks of nothing but himself!

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Now tomorrow, when he is sober,

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you will beg for his forgiveness!

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Must you go so soon?

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I thought it best, my lord, an early start.

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You were always a tactful man, Richard.

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Ah, thank you, my lord.

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And last night, there was nothing I could do, you understand me?

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Yes, of course, my lord.
Curse Robert for his foolishness.

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However, thats my concern. God speed.
Good luck, my lord.

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Have you humbled yourself before Lord Owen?

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No, father, not yet.

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Then do it now, boy.

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Hes asleep.
Then wake him up, damned!

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I want no more excuses!

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My apologies.

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Im not staying here a moment longer!

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Get up!

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I told Owen that the girl had gone and taken the Leaford road.

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Well rest here a while.

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<i>So thats Marion of Leaford?
She shouldve been hanged.</i>

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<i>Traitor! An outlaw wife to that wolfshead!</i>

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<i>We mustnt dwell on the past, must we?</i>

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<i>Some things are better forgotten, hmm?</i>

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<i>I think Im in love!</i>

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Get on your horse!

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Ride!

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When I want it, I take it!

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John!

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You stopped it! Well shot, lad, well shot!

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Hes eaten his last lamb.

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Worth a bit too.
Is he?

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Aye, lordll give us six pennies for his head.

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Six pennies for a wolfs head?

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Aye, a wolfs head.

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Ours were worth much more.

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More braid round the neck.

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Are you certain, they were Owens men?

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Do you think Im blind?

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Continue.

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I need some soldiers.
Why come to us?

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Why not your friend, the Earl of Huntingdon?

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Because his hands are tied by the King.

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And so are mine, and for the same reason.

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The King wants Owens friendship, doesnt he?

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If he learnt that Id given you soldiers, hed have my head.

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How much will you pay me for em?

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Five hundred marks?

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Thats extortion!
Then Im afraid I cant help you.

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All right, Ill get it for you.

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But I need the men at once.

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When will I have the money?

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The last day of this month.

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On what security?

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His lands and Leaford Grange.

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Well?

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Agreed.

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A safeguard, nothing more.

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And to illustrate my good will,

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Ill let you have Gisburne for nothing.

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My lord, I...
Dont argue, Gisburne!

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You could do with the exercise.

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Oh, and by the way, no shields for the men.

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I dont want Owen to know where the soldiers came from!

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Tomorrow.
Tomorrow.

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My lord, I must protest!
Youre going, Gisburne!

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And so is a messenger to Owen of Clun.

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Immediately!
Very good, brother.

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He must be warned against Sir Richards foolishness.

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Well be ambushed!
Yes, you will.

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Massacred!
No, you, idiot!

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You run away!

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All of you.
And leave Sir Richard alone!

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After all, hes made his will, hasnt he?

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Why wont you speak?

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Youre to be my wife.

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My wife!

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00:27:24,375 --> 00:27:26,667
Wife to Owen of the House of Clun!

264
00:27:30,625 --> 00:27:32,250
To bear my children,

265
00:27:33,333 --> 00:27:34,458
give me sons!

266
00:27:35,917 --> 00:27:38,292
Crouch there like some trapped hind.

267
00:27:38,417 --> 00:27:40,333
Look at me!

268
00:28:08,500 --> 00:28:10,792
Clun castle is just over the hill.

269
00:28:11,417 --> 00:28:12,958
Deploy your men.

270
00:28:13,292 --> 00:28:14,792
Left and right.

271
00:28:15,458 --> 00:28:17,417
Remember your orders.

272
00:28:56,917 --> 00:28:58,167
Fall back!

273
00:28:58,958 --> 00:29:01,833
Stand your ground, stand your ground!

274
00:29:01,875 --> 00:29:02,875
Damn you! Stand your ground!

275
00:29:06,625 --> 00:29:08,125
Come on!
Cowards!

276
00:29:10,250 --> 00:29:12,167
Damn you, damn you!

277
00:29:21,833 --> 00:29:24,083
Halt!

278
00:29:24,333 --> 00:29:28,167
Theres our prize, Richard of Leaford!

279
00:29:28,292 --> 00:29:31,250
Lord Owen wants his head!

280
00:29:37,500 --> 00:29:38,875
Come on!

281
00:29:56,917 --> 00:29:59,042
Go!
Thanks, Nasir!

282
00:30:05,000 --> 00:30:06,833
Go that way!

283
00:30:10,000 --> 00:30:11,917
Hah! Come on! Hah!

284
00:31:06,583 --> 00:31:09,500
Leave him! Bring him alive!

285
00:31:09,583 --> 00:31:10,958
Kill him!

286
00:31:11,042 --> 00:31:13,458
You miserable animal!

287
00:31:40,375 --> 00:31:42,667
Two hundred marks, Lord Owen!

288
00:31:58,625 --> 00:32:00,667
Oh, take her to her chamber.

289
00:32:14,750 --> 00:32:18,667
Wheres Richard of Leaford?
My lord, he fled.

290
00:32:41,875 --> 00:32:44,917
You can take his place in the blood game tomorrow!

291
00:32:50,250 --> 00:32:51,417
Whos this?

292
00:32:51,750 --> 00:32:53,542
A savage wolf, my lord.

293
00:32:54,125 --> 00:32:55,708
He rescued Sir Richard from us.

294
00:32:56,042 --> 00:33:00,083
A killer, my lord, swift, deadly.

295
00:33:00,667 --> 00:33:01,667
Get up!

296
00:33:07,667 --> 00:33:08,875
What do they call you?

297
00:33:09,750 --> 00:33:11,000
Nasir.

298
00:33:16,208 --> 00:33:18,208
Dyou serve Leaford?

299
00:33:18,667 --> 00:33:20,208
I serve no man.

300
00:33:29,917 --> 00:33:32,458
How many men have you killed?

301
00:33:46,208 --> 00:33:48,458
You can breathe again, Grendel.

302
00:33:53,750 --> 00:33:56,042
Ive found my next champion.

303
00:33:58,417 --> 00:34:01,833
I returned to Leaford, sick in both body and spirit.

304
00:34:02,750 --> 00:34:05,375
And I care little whether I live or die.

305
00:34:05,792 --> 00:34:07,792
Marion is lost to me

306
00:34:08,167 --> 00:34:10,208
and nothing will be done to save her.

307
00:34:10,500 --> 00:34:12,208
Signed: Sir Richard of Leaford.

308
00:34:14,542 --> 00:34:16,083
How could he do such a thing?

309
00:34:17,292 --> 00:34:19,042
Why didnt he come to me?

310
00:34:20,083 --> 00:34:21,625
Would youve helped him?

311
00:34:21,708 --> 00:34:23,875
Not by giving him men at arms.

312
00:34:25,083 --> 00:34:26,750
What would youve given him?

313
00:34:27,458 --> 00:34:28,458
Pity?

314
00:34:29,375 --> 00:34:32,208
You enraged Owen of Clun.

315
00:34:32,583 --> 00:34:34,708
And this is his revenge!

316
00:34:48,375 --> 00:34:50,500
<i>Marion is lost to me</i>

317
00:34:51,542 --> 00:34:53,750
<i>and nothing will be done to save her.</i>

318
00:34:55,000 --> 00:34:57,833
The Hooded Man

319
00:34:58,542 --> 00:35:01,917
shall come to the forest

320
00:35:02,042 --> 00:35:05,458
there to meet with Herne the Hunter

321
00:35:06,042 --> 00:35:10,000
to be his son and do his bidding!

322
00:35:45,167 --> 00:35:46,167
Herne!

323
00:35:47,292 --> 00:35:49,208
Why have you come?

324
00:35:49,583 --> 00:35:51,208
I need your help.

325
00:35:52,042 --> 00:35:54,042
Why must I give it?

326
00:35:54,125 --> 00:35:56,208
Because I am Hernes Son.

327
00:35:56,792 --> 00:36:00,958
Are you? You told me he was dead.

328
00:36:01,208 --> 00:36:03,375
Denied your destiny,

329
00:36:03,458 --> 00:36:06,667
deserted those who would have followed you.

330
00:36:07,083 --> 00:36:09,833
But Marion is in danger,

331
00:36:09,917 --> 00:36:11,708
and so you return.

332
00:36:12,125 --> 00:36:13,875
What must I do?

333
00:36:14,167 --> 00:36:17,917
The powers of Light and Darkness will lead you.

334
00:36:18,917 --> 00:36:23,333
In the past lies what is to come.

335
00:37:02,833 --> 00:37:04,958
Morning, my lord, welcome to Wickham!

336
00:37:05,542 --> 00:37:06,875
Not much of a place, as you can see.

337
00:37:10,042 --> 00:37:11,875
Ive come from Herne.

338
00:37:13,250 --> 00:37:15,167
Herne is a spirit, my lord.

339
00:37:15,750 --> 00:37:17,042
And his son?

340
00:37:17,792 --> 00:37:18,958
His son?

341
00:37:19,458 --> 00:37:22,250
The Hooded Man, is he a spirit?

342
00:37:23,833 --> 00:37:26,333
Now see here, my lord, Ill share a joke with anyone

343
00:37:26,417 --> 00:37:28,750
but all this talk of Herne and Hooded Man.

344
00:37:28,833 --> 00:37:31,250
Why, its beyond me, my lord, and thats the truth.

345
00:37:33,208 --> 00:37:34,250
Is it?

346
00:37:51,375 --> 00:37:54,333
A year ago, do you remember?

347
00:37:55,667 --> 00:37:57,333
Scarlet was there,

348
00:37:57,833 --> 00:37:59,417
and little John next to.

349
00:38:02,542 --> 00:38:04,542
Nasir was by the door.

350
00:38:06,125 --> 00:38:07,500
And Tuck was there.

351
00:38:07,667 --> 00:38:09,625
<i>They told us you were dead.</i>

352
00:38:13,542 --> 00:38:16,542
Theyll kill my son, you said.

353
00:38:18,167 --> 00:38:19,167
You?

354
00:38:20,417 --> 00:38:21,958
The Hooded Man?

355
00:38:23,500 --> 00:38:24,750
Where are they now?

356
00:38:25,250 --> 00:38:26,292
Gone.

357
00:38:26,750 --> 00:38:27,958
They lost heart.

358
00:38:28,458 --> 00:38:29,917
Some say there was a quarrel.

359
00:38:30,333 --> 00:38:32,625
Only Tuck remains deep in Sherwood.

360
00:38:32,708 --> 00:38:33,708
Edward!

361
00:38:34,958 --> 00:38:36,000
Gisburne.

362
00:38:37,708 --> 00:38:39,208
Edward of Wickham!

363
00:38:39,500 --> 00:38:40,625
Get rid of him.

364
00:38:41,417 --> 00:38:42,542
Edward!

365
00:38:48,792 --> 00:38:49,833
Whose horse is this?

366
00:38:49,917 --> 00:38:51,083
We dont know, my lord.

367
00:38:51,167 --> 00:38:53,500
Reckon it threw its rider. Ive men out looking for him.

368
00:38:54,125 --> 00:38:55,292
The mount of a nobleman.

369
00:38:55,375 --> 00:38:56,542
Must be.

370
00:38:59,875 --> 00:39:02,875
A nobleman with a longbow?
Yes, my lord.

371
00:39:03,125 --> 00:39:04,458
I thought thats odd myself.

372
00:39:04,542 --> 00:39:06,458
Not a knights weapon, is it, my lord?

373
00:39:06,875 --> 00:39:10,042
Ive seen this horse before somewhere, but where?

374
00:39:10,292 --> 00:39:12,625
Well solve that for you, my lord, when we find the owner.

375
00:39:13,000 --> 00:39:14,417
Then find him soon.

376
00:39:15,542 --> 00:39:17,583
And if you dont find him, bring me the horse.

377
00:39:36,333 --> 00:39:39,042
Good luck to you, Robert of Huntingdon!

378
00:39:39,583 --> 00:39:41,333
That life is over.

379
00:39:42,042 --> 00:39:43,542
...of Sherwood then.

380
00:39:48,833 --> 00:39:51,250
May Herne protect us!

381
00:39:51,375 --> 00:39:53,208
May Herne protect us!

382
00:39:58,333 --> 00:40:00,292
Herne protect us!

383
00:40:00,375 --> 00:40:02,708
May Herne protect us.

384
00:40:04,292 --> 00:40:06,583
May Herne protect us.

385
00:40:07,333 --> 00:40:09,083
May Herne protect us.

386
00:40:09,917 --> 00:40:13,167
Bring hope to those who have none.

387
00:40:13,375 --> 00:40:16,500
Freedom to those in chains.

388
00:40:16,667 --> 00:40:20,500
Justice to those who have been wronged.

389
00:40:21,833 --> 00:40:25,833
Find them, bring them together!

390
00:40:25,958 --> 00:40:28,250
Lead them!

391
00:40:37,208 --> 00:40:38,542
Outside.

392
00:40:51,833 --> 00:40:53,417
Take your weapons.

393
00:41:01,417 --> 00:41:02,500
Two blades.

394
00:41:03,208 --> 00:41:06,292
The dagger for blocking, disarming

395
00:41:06,958 --> 00:41:08,333
and a surprise.

396
00:41:09,667 --> 00:41:11,333
And the sword.

397
00:41:11,958 --> 00:41:13,208
Weapons up!

398
00:41:15,417 --> 00:41:16,542
Go for my cheek.

399
00:41:18,292 --> 00:41:19,458
I block!

400
00:41:20,375 --> 00:41:22,083
And disarm.

401
00:41:22,167 --> 00:41:23,542
Pick it up.

402
00:41:29,875 --> 00:41:31,250
Now slowly.

403
00:41:32,542 --> 00:41:33,667
Cut here.

404
00:41:33,708 --> 00:41:35,208
I block! And here!

405
00:41:35,250 --> 00:41:36,333
Block! And here!

406
00:41:36,417 --> 00:41:37,500
Block!

407
00:41:37,833 --> 00:41:38,958
Now go for my head.

408
00:41:39,042 --> 00:41:41,083
I swerve. I go for your back!

409
00:41:44,083 --> 00:41:46,417
Remember: no rules.

410
00:41:48,625 --> 00:41:50,875
Right flank. Right cheek.

411
00:41:50,917 --> 00:41:53,417
Head. Cheek. Flank.

412
00:41:54,083 --> 00:41:55,417
Go for your righ cheek!

413
00:41:56,958 --> 00:41:58,000
Head!

414
00:41:59,083 --> 00:42:00,708
Right flank!

415
00:42:01,708 --> 00:42:04,708
Flank! Cheek! Head! Cheek!

416
00:42:04,792 --> 00:42:08,375
Flank! Cheek! Head! Cheek! Flank!

417
00:42:17,000 --> 00:42:19,250
Now, attack me.

418
00:42:32,708 --> 00:42:34,625
No rules.

419
00:42:46,167 --> 00:42:48,083
Youll have to do better than that.

420
00:43:36,625 --> 00:43:38,500
Forgive me, my friend.

421
00:43:38,583 --> 00:43:40,417
I thought you were a thief

422
00:43:40,500 --> 00:43:41,917
after my fish.

423
00:43:43,208 --> 00:43:44,625
Give me a hand.

424
00:44:01,167 --> 00:44:02,208
Tuck, listen!

425
00:44:08,208 --> 00:44:09,375
Listen to me, Tuck!

426
00:44:10,042 --> 00:44:12,042
Im from Edward of Wick...

427
00:44:13,333 --> 00:44:15,208
Im from Edward of Wick...

428
00:44:16,333 --> 00:44:17,667
Will you lis...

429
00:44:31,958 --> 00:44:33,708
Listen to me!

430
00:44:34,583 --> 00:44:35,750
Who are you?

431
00:44:36,000 --> 00:44:37,958
Robert of Huntingdon.

432
00:44:38,208 --> 00:44:39,792
Robin of Huntingdon?

433
00:44:39,833 --> 00:44:40,833
Robert.

434
00:44:40,917 --> 00:44:42,500
Hernes Son!

435
00:44:42,750 --> 00:44:45,458
Im the Archbishop of Canterbury!

436
00:44:46,917 --> 00:44:50,667
Will you listen? Marion, shes in danger!

437
00:45:02,792 --> 00:45:05,875
Hathersage, thats where Little John went.

438
00:45:06,042 --> 00:45:07,125
Im sure of it.

439
00:45:07,375 --> 00:45:08,625
And Much went with him.

440
00:45:08,792 --> 00:45:10,125
But where the others are...

441
00:45:11,167 --> 00:45:12,208
Hathersage?

442
00:45:14,417 --> 00:45:16,292
Will you come with me, Brother Tuck?

443
00:45:18,583 --> 00:45:20,208
Ive no option, have I?

444
00:45:46,042 --> 00:45:48,375
Did you see his face?
No.

445
00:45:48,958 --> 00:45:50,375
He wore a hood.

446
00:45:53,208 --> 00:45:56,125
Was there anything else?
No, they rode North.

447
00:45:56,542 --> 00:45:58,458
On the Hathersage road?

448
00:45:58,542 --> 00:46:00,958
He was on a grey, Tuck was with him.

449
00:46:01,750 --> 00:46:03,833
It was Robin Hood, I tell you!

450
00:46:04,000 --> 00:46:06,333
A grey horse?
Here!

451
00:46:07,292 --> 00:46:08,417
Keep your eyes and ears open

452
00:46:08,500 --> 00:46:10,958
and there might be more silver pennies.

453
00:46:13,375 --> 00:46:16,667
So, who was the man with Tuck, Gisburne?

454
00:46:16,958 --> 00:46:19,833
Youll find this hard to believe, my lord.
Very likely.

455
00:46:21,042 --> 00:46:23,167
There was a grey horse in Wickham yesterday.

456
00:46:23,458 --> 00:46:24,833
A horse of quality.

457
00:46:25,375 --> 00:46:27,292
The villagers were looking in Sherwood for its owner

458
00:46:27,375 --> 00:46:29,042
believing hed been thrown.

459
00:46:29,125 --> 00:46:31,167
At least, that was their story.

460
00:46:32,458 --> 00:46:35,458
This morning I remembered where Id seen the animal before.

461
00:46:35,708 --> 00:46:39,375
I never forget a horse.
Im sure you dont, Gisburne.

462
00:46:41,542 --> 00:46:43,583
To the kitchens.

463
00:46:46,208 --> 00:46:49,417
Well?
It was on our visit to Huntingdon.

464
00:46:49,958 --> 00:46:52,417
The horse belonged to the Earls son!

465
00:46:53,000 --> 00:46:55,833
Ah, but tell me this.

466
00:46:56,917 --> 00:46:58,542
Why should Robert of Huntingdon,

467
00:46:58,667 --> 00:47:01,708
heir to vast estates and several castles

468
00:47:01,833 --> 00:47:04,708
concern himself with a bunch of outlaws, huh?

469
00:47:05,458 --> 00:47:07,083
Marion of Leaford.

470
00:47:07,917 --> 00:47:09,500
Marion of Leaford?

471
00:47:09,750 --> 00:47:14,250
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