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Have you mixed the cards?
Yes, father.

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Then make the split.

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Now. Turn the first card.

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What is it?

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It is Death, Father.

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Oh, dont be afraid, child. Its my death.

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I expect it.

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Turn the next.

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Lamedh, The Hanged Man.

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Its the card of Judas, the betrayer.

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Judas?

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Mortimer. My former steward.

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<i>Theres an old man and a girl,</i>

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<i>alone in a run-down castle.</i>

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<i>The treasure</i>

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<i>just waiting to be taken.</i>

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What is the third card?

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Ayin, The Tower.

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Ayin. Its the card of sudden change,

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violence and destruction.

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Now the fourth.

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I dont understand.

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What is it, child?

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It is The Fool, father.

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The Fool can mean many things.

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Youth, strength of will, independence, adventure.

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<i>Wait!</i>

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But it has darker meanings too.

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Fool?

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The Hooded Man.

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Do you know, what day it is?

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Thursday.

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Its the summer solstice.

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Weve got three days till mid-summer eve.

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How do you know that?

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Because it meant something in Hathersage.

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We had banquets and games.

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There was a Maypole.

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Girls.

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Girls! Where?

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In Hathersage.

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Well, come on then!

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Oh, John!

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Its the summer solstice, we must do something.

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When Robin gets back.

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No, no, not when Robin comes back. Now!

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Do you just want to sit in the sun and do nothing?

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Yes.

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Yes.
Me too.

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We could have something to eat.

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Oh, Tuck, thats all you ever think about.

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Right! Fetch us something.

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What?
One of the Kings deer.

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Roast duck.

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A girl.

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Why me?

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Because it was your idea.

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Thats right.

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One of the Kings deer?
Right.

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Right.

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Well, come on then, the rest oyou. Get up!

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What is it now?

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We are gonna have a tug of war

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like we used to have in Hathersage.

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A what?

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A tug of war!

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Wake up, Scarlet.

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I am awake.

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No, youre not.
I am.

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You are now.

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Sorry, lad.

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Thanks, John.

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Why have you called me?

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To warn you.

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It is a time of trials.

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A power is drawing near.

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The King that was and the King that is to be.

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What King is this?

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I cannot tell you.

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I cannot help you.

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His power is greater than mine and I am bound by it.

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But I serve you.

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For the present.

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Soon you will be asked to choose.

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And you must make that choice alone.

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Er, good day, lady.
Good day.

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Er, thats an unusual sight, that is.

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A girl in mans clothes, alone in the forest.

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Ive been travelling looking for someone.

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Maybe you can help me? For Robin Hood.

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Robin Hood, is it? Well, let me see now.

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Maybe I can and maybe I cant.

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But it will cost you.

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I mean, you know, Robin Hood, hes not cheap.

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I have no money.
Oh, no money.

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Well, you dress like a peasant and you talk like a lady.

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I havent yet seen a lady without money.

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Get out of my way!
Liam.

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Bless me, you are a girl!

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One, two, three!

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Come on!
Push him over!

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Push!

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Skulley!
My lord?

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You didnt have a bet on it, did you?

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My lord!

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Perhaps youd prefer some wine?

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Who are you?

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I was watching you just now. We might talk.

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Who are you?

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Someone who can make you rich.

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Rich? How rich?

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Richer than you have ever dreamed.

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That is pretty rich.

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Tell me.

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Pull!

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Much!
Come on! Pull harder!

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Will!
Come on! Harder!

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Pull harder!

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Well, here you are. The pagans.

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What do you mean, pagans?

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Old mid-summer game. Winter versus summer.

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Good against evil.

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Come on, Will!

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Which is which?

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That one is definately evil.

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Well, well! Brother Tuck with company.

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We send you out to bag us some lunch

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and this is what you bring back.

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I must say your aim is improving.

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This is Isadora. I found her.

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Lady, Im John Little.

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At your service.

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Im William Scathlock.

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Um. Thats Nasir, Much, Marion.

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And hes Robin Hood.

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Its you Ive come to see.

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If there is anything we can do?

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Anything at all!

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Theres an old man and a girl.

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Alone in a run-down castle.

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And the treasure just waiting to be taken.

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What kind of treasure?

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I dont know.

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Two years I served. I never saw it.

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But he often spoke of it.

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He said there was nothing more precious in England.

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Nothing more precious in England.

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Half for you, half for me.

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Oh, yes!

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Well split you right down the middle.

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Down the middle!

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So, you say the castle is empty

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and that your father refuses to leave.

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You tell us there are bandits on the way

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to steal something that isnt there.

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And you dont even know who these bandits are.

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Why cant you tell us any more?

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I cant.

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Look, it doesnt matter what the tr... the trouble is,

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what matter is this, she needs help.

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Hes right.

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We cant cross England on those terms.

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Why not?

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We dont know anything about her.

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Why cant you and your father leave the castle?

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We cant leave Carleon.

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But if theres nothing there...

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Ive told you everything I can.

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Then I am sorry. The answers no.

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We have a long way to go. We must leave now.

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I said no!
I said now!

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Your father, Agrivaine?

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He sent for you. We must go to him.

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Ill wake the others.
No, Robin.

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He sent for you alone.

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Its what he wishes.

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Then well go.

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You brought her! Everything was fine until she came here!

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We dont know that it isnt.

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Hes been gone half the night, we dont know where,

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and you say nothings happened.

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We dont know!
Thats right, Tuck, we dont know!

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We dont know nothing about her!

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Who she is and where she comes from.

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Carleon.
Where ever that is?

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Stop it! Thats enough!

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Tucks right. Well find them.

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They cant have gone far, so well find them.

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Did you know the ring belonged to my father?

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No, but my father said youd recognise it.

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How is Lord Agrivaine?

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Well, he hasnt been t...
Shh!

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What is it?

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Someones following us.

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Take this.

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Keep walking.

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Go!

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Much!

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I saw you last night. I was worried.

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Where are you going?
Carleon.

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Wheres that?

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You could have been quieter.

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Youre like a stampeding horse.

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Curleon. Where is it?

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Weve got company.
So I see.

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Well, I didnt ask him to come.

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Well, dont try to send me back.

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Cause I wont!

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Come on. Well go together.

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Good. Thats all right then. To Curleon.

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No, Carleon.

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Will.

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You havent found them?
Nothing.

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Nasir!

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Well?

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First Robin and the girl, then all three.

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Much!
Whats going on?

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I found this.

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Oh, thats wonderful, that is? An arrow!

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Ive got enough arrows of my own.

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Its a sign.
A sign for what?

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To follow him.

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Why didnt he ask us in the first place?

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We follow him.

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Where to?

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The castle, Carleon.

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It doesnt make sense.

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I know, it doesnt make sense,

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but we are not going to find out anything by sitting around here

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and talking about it, are we?

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Youre right, lass.
Its a fair walk to Carleon.

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Then we better get started.
Are you coming?

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Of course, we are. Naz?

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Tuck?

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All right then. To Carleon.

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Carleon!

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Whats this place then?

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The village of Carleon. They are preparing the mid-summer feast.

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A feast? They didnt ask us!

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Skulley!
My lord.

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Two lines!
My lord!

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What are you doing?

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What does it look like?
But why?

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Im a soldier, Mortimer.

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So are all of us. You take that Skulley then.

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He used to be a page to a knight chevalier

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before he cut the mans throat to follow me.

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We fought three years for God in the Crusades!

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The Holy War.

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Three stinking, lousy years

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in the heat and the dust and the filth.

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Dying of thirst, starvation and disease

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before we even set eyes on a Saracen.

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They promised us a seat in heaven and they sent us to hell.

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So now we work for ourselves.

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Soldiers of fortune.

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And this village has just had the misfortune

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to get in our way.

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Forward!

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Wait!

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Father.

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Robin Hood.
Lord Agrivaine.

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The last time I saw you, you were still being wet nursed.

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Now look at you. Robin in the Hood.

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Wolfshead. An outlaw.

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The Earl of Huntingdons son.

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My godson.

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Theres little time left to us, Robin.

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In this castle there is a great treasure,

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more priceless than anything in England,

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and its yours, yours to inherit.

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Theres been an Agrivaine in Carleon

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for seven hundred years.

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Inheritance has passed down the line

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00:22:20,375 --> 00:22:22,208
from generation to generation.

276
00:22:23,000 --> 00:22:27,500
But weve reached the end of that line.

277
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My wife, God bless her soul, died in child birth.

278
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And that child was a girl.

279
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Isadoras been a dutiful child,

280
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but a girl.

281
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Thats why Ive sent for you.

282
00:22:46,792 --> 00:22:49,000
What is this treasure, my lord?

283
00:22:49,792 --> 00:22:52,167
Youll find out in good time.

284
00:22:52,583 --> 00:22:56,708
But only if you succeed in defending the castle.

285
00:22:57,333 --> 00:22:59,958
A time of trials is upon us.

286
00:23:01,042 --> 00:23:03,833
Our enemies draw near.

287
00:23:41,708 --> 00:23:43,708
Twenty men or more, you said?
Yes.

288
00:23:44,208 --> 00:23:47,750
I dont see anyone.
Theyll come.

289
00:23:48,167 --> 00:23:49,500
Later today.

290
00:23:54,917 --> 00:23:56,375
We could close the main gate.

291
00:23:56,500 --> 00:23:59,875
No, that will tell them they are expected.

292
00:24:00,042 --> 00:24:02,792
Let them ride in. Well take them here.

293
00:24:03,083 --> 00:24:06,125
In between the two gates.
That gate wont close. The woods rotten.

294
00:24:06,250 --> 00:24:07,250
Then well block it.

295
00:24:09,167 --> 00:24:11,750
Its going to be difficult. Just the two of us.

296
00:24:11,958 --> 00:24:14,875
Three! Youve got me.

297
00:24:15,250 --> 00:24:18,167
You? You stay with your father.

298
00:24:18,750 --> 00:24:21,250
No! Ill fight with you.

299
00:24:21,375 --> 00:24:24,083
This is my home. Ive lived here all my life.

300
00:24:24,375 --> 00:24:26,417
It should be my inheritance but I am to lose it!

301
00:24:26,542 --> 00:24:28,083
Why? Because Im a woman!

302
00:24:28,917 --> 00:24:32,333
You treat me like a fool but you dont even know whats here.

303
00:24:32,417 --> 00:24:33,792
What is here?

304
00:24:34,083 --> 00:24:36,875
Its been in front of your eyes and you havent seen it.

305
00:24:37,000 --> 00:24:39,375
And thats how youll fight. Blindly!

306
00:24:39,500 --> 00:24:41,542
But Ill fight because its rightfully mine.

307
00:24:41,625 --> 00:24:43,875
And I know its worth fighting for.

308
00:24:44,000 --> 00:24:45,250
So, tell me, Robin,

309
00:24:45,375 --> 00:24:47,667
which of the two of us does that make the fool?

310
00:24:57,208 --> 00:24:58,458
Whats happened?

311
00:24:59,292 --> 00:25:01,250
Its like a battlefield.

312
00:25:01,375 --> 00:25:04,250
What do you think? Soldiers?
Worse.

313
00:25:06,500 --> 00:25:08,125
What happened here, friend?

314
00:25:12,083 --> 00:25:14,333
Look, we are just trying to help.

315
00:25:16,917 --> 00:25:18,292
Where are we?

316
00:25:18,417 --> 00:25:19,458
Carleon.

317
00:25:20,250 --> 00:25:22,167
Carleon upon Usk.

318
00:25:22,750 --> 00:25:25,000
We are looking for the castle.

319
00:25:25,792 --> 00:25:28,042
On the other side of the hill.

320
00:25:30,042 --> 00:25:33,458
Weve got to go there. But I promise well be back.

321
00:25:33,583 --> 00:25:37,333
Theyve gone there but they wont come back.

322
00:25:37,500 --> 00:25:40,208
Hell see to that.
Who?

323
00:25:41,333 --> 00:25:44,208
The King that was.

324
00:25:44,333 --> 00:25:46,917
The King that is to be.

325
00:25:58,333 --> 00:25:59,583
When dyou reckon theyll come?

326
00:25:59,875 --> 00:26:02,208
I dont know. I dont know!

327
00:26:03,000 --> 00:26:07,000
What do they want here?
Well find out.

328
00:26:07,250 --> 00:26:09,292
Robin!

329
00:26:10,208 --> 00:26:11,250
Go!

330
00:26:36,000 --> 00:26:38,583
So tell me about this girl. Is she pretty?

331
00:26:38,792 --> 00:26:39,833
Yes.

332
00:26:40,292 --> 00:26:41,708
Too good for you, right?

333
00:26:41,792 --> 00:26:43,875
Your ideas above your station.

334
00:26:44,292 --> 00:26:46,500
Thats what she said!

335
00:27:13,458 --> 00:27:16,792
Go back! You have no business here!

336
00:27:17,792 --> 00:27:19,708
Go back?

337
00:27:20,625 --> 00:27:22,583
Dyou know him?
No.

338
00:27:23,083 --> 00:27:25,750
And you never will.

339
00:28:02,708 --> 00:28:03,875
Quick!

340
00:28:29,375 --> 00:28:30,875
Skulley!

341
00:29:32,375 --> 00:29:33,458
Get away!

342
00:30:04,958 --> 00:30:06,042
Robin!

343
00:30:07,083 --> 00:30:08,250
Robin!

344
00:30:11,500 --> 00:30:14,167
We did it! We did it!

345
00:30:15,750 --> 00:30:17,083
Theyll be back.

346
00:30:27,542 --> 00:30:29,833
Six men killed!

347
00:30:29,917 --> 00:30:31,500
Three men wounded!

348
00:30:31,583 --> 00:30:34,042
And you told me the castle was undefended.

349
00:30:34,083 --> 00:30:36,000
It was. I dont understand.

350
00:30:36,125 --> 00:30:37,750
I ought to kill you.

351
00:30:38,333 --> 00:30:39,875
Skulley!

352
00:30:41,958 --> 00:30:44,375
Skulley, take four men.

353
00:30:44,500 --> 00:30:45,958
Go back into the village. Pick up a woman.

354
00:30:46,083 --> 00:30:47,625
Any woman you like or a child. And bring them back here.

355
00:30:47,750 --> 00:30:48,958
Understood?
A woman.

356
00:30:49,042 --> 00:30:50,125
Right. Move!

357
00:31:00,917 --> 00:31:03,292
Were wasting a lot otime.

358
00:31:04,375 --> 00:31:05,542
Were lost.

359
00:31:06,625 --> 00:31:08,333
Er, how could you lose a castle?

360
00:31:10,250 --> 00:31:11,417
A castle!

361
00:31:14,250 --> 00:31:16,083
Nasir will find a trail.

362
00:31:18,542 --> 00:31:21,000
Marion, Marion, wherere you going?

363
00:31:21,542 --> 00:31:23,042
Im thirsty, Will.

364
00:31:27,208 --> 00:31:28,417
Do you hear something?

365
00:31:34,875 --> 00:31:36,125
Dont hear nothing.

366
00:31:42,250 --> 00:31:43,625
Will!

367
00:31:43,833 --> 00:31:47,250
Little donkey, Im sorry. I was wrong. All right?

368
00:31:48,042 --> 00:31:51,750
There is something.
Help! Help, John!

369
00:32:19,333 --> 00:32:21,458
Thats all we need.
Come on!

370
00:32:33,333 --> 00:32:34,833
Where are the others?

371
00:32:35,833 --> 00:32:37,458
My lord.

372
00:32:40,708 --> 00:32:43,917
My lord, my lord! Thats all you ever say, isnt it?

373
00:32:46,083 --> 00:32:49,833
Never mind. Bring her with us.

374
00:32:50,375 --> 00:32:51,917
Mount!

375
00:32:54,958 --> 00:32:57,167
Now, whatevers in that castle.

376
00:32:57,292 --> 00:32:59,875
Better be worth it for your sake.

377
00:33:11,625 --> 00:33:13,333
Theyre coming back.

378
00:33:35,000 --> 00:33:36,417
Marion?
Listen!

379
00:33:36,958 --> 00:33:40,000
Howd you like to see an innocent girl killed?

380
00:33:43,542 --> 00:33:45,875
Now open the gate.

381
00:33:58,417 --> 00:33:59,792
Well, come on!

382
00:33:59,917 --> 00:34:02,167
Open the gate or the girl dies!

383
00:34:06,833 --> 00:34:09,250
If you go down there, they will kill you.

384
00:34:09,292 --> 00:34:12,417
If I dont, theyll kill her.
You cant!

385
00:34:14,458 --> 00:34:15,500
I have to.

386
00:34:23,792 --> 00:34:25,375
Come on, Tuck! We cant wait!

387
00:34:25,417 --> 00:34:27,250
Go on! Ill catch you up!

388
00:34:45,292 --> 00:34:48,792
You, come here.

389
00:34:57,833 --> 00:35:00,083
No! Go back!

390
00:35:05,250 --> 00:35:08,667
Stop! Youve betrayed us, traitor!

391
00:35:08,708 --> 00:35:10,417
Wait! No!

392
00:35:10,500 --> 00:35:11,667
Traitor!

393
00:35:16,208 --> 00:35:17,250
Robin!

394
00:35:17,833 --> 00:35:19,167
Let go of me.

395
00:35:22,417 --> 00:35:23,417
Get off!

396
00:35:31,458 --> 00:35:32,500
Come on!

397
00:36:15,875 --> 00:36:18,583
Come on, old man! Wheres the treasure?

398
00:36:21,958 --> 00:36:24,625
Now, come on, you must tell me!

399
00:36:24,958 --> 00:36:26,750
Youve got to tell me. If you dont tell me,

400
00:36:26,833 --> 00:36:28,208
Im gonna have to kill you.

401
00:36:28,542 --> 00:36:29,917
You understand?

402
00:36:37,750 --> 00:36:40,000
You know him. You speak to him.

403
00:36:40,083 --> 00:36:41,667
You make him talk.

404
00:36:45,667 --> 00:36:46,958
How could you do it?

405
00:36:47,083 --> 00:36:49,833
How could you do it to him?
No, Marion!

406
00:36:49,875 --> 00:36:51,667
Marion, hes not dead!

407
00:36:51,750 --> 00:36:52,917
He came here to help you!

408
00:36:53,125 --> 00:36:55,500
He came here because you made him.

409
00:36:55,708 --> 00:36:57,500
Hes not dead, Marion!

410
00:36:59,208 --> 00:37:00,958
Hes not dead.

411
00:37:01,125 --> 00:37:02,250
Tell her, Much.

412
00:37:02,500 --> 00:37:03,500
Its true.

413
00:37:03,875 --> 00:37:06,500
We planned it to gain time, hes out there now.

414
00:37:49,125 --> 00:37:50,458
Robin Hood?

415
00:37:51,458 --> 00:37:52,583
Back from the dead, are we?

416
00:37:53,333 --> 00:37:54,500
A miracle?

417
00:37:55,250 --> 00:37:56,792
Someone, lend me a sword.

418
00:37:57,167 --> 00:37:58,167
Tuck.

419
00:38:02,083 --> 00:38:03,250
How will they get in?

420
00:38:03,292 --> 00:38:04,542
I hung a rope over the battlements.

421
00:38:05,208 --> 00:38:06,208
It was my idea.

422
00:38:07,333 --> 00:38:08,333
Thats good.

423
00:38:09,083 --> 00:38:10,083
Very good.

424
00:38:11,500 --> 00:38:14,125
They will find it, wont they?
Oh, yes, theyll find it.

425
00:38:14,833 --> 00:38:16,583
Now all we have to do is wait.

426
00:38:20,958 --> 00:38:22,958
He wont talk, youve half killed him!

427
00:38:23,083 --> 00:38:25,083
He wont talk because hes got nothing to say.

428
00:38:26,208 --> 00:38:29,042
He wont talk because theres nothing here!

429
00:38:29,167 --> 00:38:30,250
Nothing!

430
00:38:30,542 --> 00:38:33,625
Its just an old, mouldy, drafty castle!

431
00:38:34,208 --> 00:38:36,125
Even the goblets are made of tin!

432
00:38:39,667 --> 00:38:42,000
I tell you, youre sitting on a fortune.

433
00:38:42,125 --> 00:38:43,792
There is no fortune.

434
00:38:44,000 --> 00:38:46,583
Its here, in the castle!

435
00:38:46,708 --> 00:38:48,250
There is not!

436
00:38:50,458 --> 00:38:51,958
Skulley!
My lord?

437
00:38:52,083 --> 00:38:53,125
Check the guards.

438
00:38:53,250 --> 00:38:54,958
You two go down and bring a girl up here.

439
00:38:55,042 --> 00:38:56,750
No, bring them all up here.

440
00:39:00,708 --> 00:39:03,750
Nothing more precious in England!

441
00:39:09,417 --> 00:39:10,625
Did Much do this?

442
00:39:10,667 --> 00:39:12,833
Hes learning.
Aye.

443
00:39:12,917 --> 00:39:14,125
You cant climb it.

444
00:39:14,417 --> 00:39:16,500
Not with that arm.
Hes right, Ill go.

445
00:39:16,625 --> 00:39:18,292
No, you wont, Ill go.

446
00:39:18,375 --> 00:39:19,375
Will!

447
00:39:19,542 --> 00:39:20,583
Go on then.

448
00:39:20,708 --> 00:39:22,625
What do you mean Will? Theres nothing to it!

449
00:39:22,667 --> 00:39:24,542
Go on.
All right, Im going.

450
00:39:24,625 --> 00:39:25,667
All right.
All right!

451
00:39:48,417 --> 00:39:49,917
All right?
Aye.

452
00:39:59,542 --> 00:40:02,833
Look at that.
Midsummers eve.

453
00:40:31,667 --> 00:40:33,000
Shh!

454
00:40:48,000 --> 00:40:49,750
Eric?
Oi!

455
00:40:52,917 --> 00:40:54,000
Nasty.

456
00:41:08,417 --> 00:41:10,750
Now listen, old man, this is your last chance!

457
00:41:11,042 --> 00:41:14,250
Either you tell me or I kill them all one at a time.

458
00:41:16,292 --> 00:41:17,500
The King...

459
00:41:20,792 --> 00:41:22,667
Uthers son...

460
00:41:24,000 --> 00:41:25,333
in Avalon.

461
00:41:26,167 --> 00:41:27,667
What are you saying?

462
00:41:39,208 --> 00:41:40,708
See? Nothing to it.

463
00:41:41,667 --> 00:41:42,750
Will.

464
00:41:48,083 --> 00:41:49,750
Burst!

465
00:41:51,417 --> 00:41:52,458
Yes?

466
00:41:53,792 --> 00:41:54,875
Soon...

467
00:41:57,917 --> 00:41:58,917
soon...

468
00:41:59,792 --> 00:42:00,958
he will come...

469
00:42:01,167 --> 00:42:02,417
Who will come?

470
00:42:10,875 --> 00:42:12,375
Kill the boy!

471
00:42:13,875 --> 00:42:15,333
No!

472
00:42:15,458 --> 00:42:16,917
Well, tell me then!

473
00:43:20,250 --> 00:43:21,250
Come on!

474
00:43:34,708 --> 00:43:35,750
Do it!

475
00:43:36,458 --> 00:43:37,750
No!

476
00:43:43,833 --> 00:43:47,208
My lord. My lord. I...

477
00:43:55,708 --> 00:43:56,750
You?

478
00:43:57,000 --> 00:43:58,167
Youre dead!

479
00:43:58,250 --> 00:43:59,500
Am I?

480
00:44:03,208 --> 00:44:04,917
Well, you are now.

481
00:44:05,208 --> 00:44:06,208
Hes mine!

482
00:45:20,708 --> 00:45:22,667
The table?

483
00:45:29,333 --> 00:45:30,958
You took your time, didnt you?

484
00:45:35,917 --> 00:45:36,917
The table?

485
00:45:39,208 --> 00:45:41,042
King Arthur and the Round Table.

486
00:45:44,583 --> 00:45:45,958
The King that was

487
00:45:46,667 --> 00:45:48,250
and the King that is to be.

488
00:45:49,708 --> 00:45:51,167
Its been here all the time.

489
00:45:54,292 --> 00:45:55,625
This castle,

490
00:45:56,792 --> 00:45:58,167
Carleon upon Usk,

491
00:45:59,292 --> 00:46:00,792
had another name once.

492
00:46:01,708 --> 00:46:02,750
Camelot.

493
00:46:07,417 --> 00:46:08,458
Look!

494
00:46:29,333 --> 00:46:31,000
Agrivaine.

495
00:46:33,208 --> 00:46:34,375
I am here,

496
00:46:35,708 --> 00:46:36,792
my lord King.

497
00:46:36,875 --> 00:46:39,542
There has been an Agrivaine at Camelot

498
00:46:40,000 --> 00:46:42,125
since the first Agrivaine,

499
00:46:43,000 --> 00:46:46,167
brother of Gawain, the Knight of the Round Table.

500
00:46:46,667 --> 00:46:49,708
For it is the table that unites us,

501
00:46:50,083 --> 00:46:53,000
a symbol of our power, now passed,

502
00:46:53,417 --> 00:46:56,500
the emblem of our power to come.

503
00:46:58,125 --> 00:47:01,125
The table must be protected!

504
00:47:02,083 --> 00:47:04,250
Should it ever be destroyed,

505
00:47:04,292 --> 00:47:08,625
the power that binds our knights together in the vale of Avalon

506
00:47:09,000 --> 00:47:10,875
will perish with it.

507
00:47:12,458 --> 00:47:15,208
You have served us well, Agrivaine.

508
00:47:15,458 --> 00:47:17,708
But now your hour has come.

509
00:47:18,083 --> 00:47:20,500
Whom do you name as your successor?

510
00:47:22,708 --> 00:47:24,417
My liege,

511
00:47:24,458 --> 00:47:26,042
I have no son,

512
00:47:27,000 --> 00:47:28,375
but a godson.

513
00:47:29,542 --> 00:47:32,792
I name Robin of Sherwood,

514
00:47:33,583 --> 00:47:36,333
only son to the Earl of Huntingdon.

515
00:47:36,667 --> 00:47:38,417
Robin of Sherwood,

516
00:47:39,833 --> 00:47:43,292
will you kneel and swear fealty to us?

517
00:47:56,208 --> 00:47:58,750
No, great King, I cannot.

518
00:48:00,000 --> 00:48:03,167
Cannot or will not?

519
00:48:04,083 --> 00:48:05,250
I cannot.

520
00:48:05,667 --> 00:48:07,000
I serve another.

521
00:48:07,250 --> 00:48:09,625
You must!
Why?

522
00:48:10,833 --> 00:48:12,333
You have no son,

523
00:48:12,375 --> 00:48:14,458
but you have a daughter worth any son.

524
00:48:14,958 --> 00:48:17,542
Isadora has lived her whole life in your service.

525
00:48:17,750 --> 00:48:21,042
How can you deny her her rightful inheritance?

526
00:48:21,583 --> 00:48:24,375
He has spoken well, Agrivaine.

527
00:48:25,208 --> 00:48:29,125
Isadora, will you take the oath of fealty?

528
00:48:29,292 --> 00:48:31,167
My liege, I will.

529
00:48:31,708 --> 00:48:32,958
Approach!

530
00:48:51,833 --> 00:48:56,417
The inheritance stays in the family of Agrivaine

531
00:48:56,542 --> 00:48:59,625
and always will do!

532
00:49:41,833 --> 00:49:43,000
Father?

533
00:49:45,625 --> 00:49:46,708
My child.

534
00:50:01,625 --> 00:50:03,625
Dont weep, Isadora.

535
00:50:04,167 --> 00:50:06,375
Your father died knowing the table had found

536
00:50:06,458 --> 00:50:07,875
its rightful guardian.

537
00:50:31,708 --> 00:50:34,333
Another three days walk?

538
00:50:34,458 --> 00:50:35,708
Itll do you good slim.

539
00:50:35,792 --> 00:50:37,042
Not in this heat.

540
00:50:37,125 --> 00:50:38,167
Get out.

541
00:50:39,250 --> 00:50:41,292
Midsummers day, lad, eh?

542
00:50:42,625 --> 00:50:45,000
Could youve stayed there? In Carleon?

543
00:50:45,208 --> 00:50:46,333
Would youve stayed with me?

544
00:50:47,250 --> 00:50:48,375
I might.

545
00:50:49,917 --> 00:50:51,000
Look.

546
00:50:51,667 --> 00:50:53,542
Hernes waiting.

547
00:50:53,792 --> 00:50:58,292
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