In Sport it’s the professionals, that always win the glory; but Robin is the amateur, and that’s a different story!
When Robin makes a bet be sure, Normans are the losers; he proves to Friar Tuck that sometimes, beggars can be choosers!
Strange tales are told of Robin Hood, but strangest far of all the lot; is when he met Wild Duncan, a very canny Scot! A Highlander from Scotland drops in on Robin and his gang in Sherwood, seemingly to hang around and hit on Marian. He does come clean and ask Robin for he and […]
Old Will Stuteley cannot pay, and into prison he is cast; the Sheriff is the very one, who turns him loose at last! The Sheriff’s men are at it again collecting taxes from those who haven’t the funds to pay them. In order to make an example the Sheriff intends to hang an innocent man […]
Murder in a village, an outlaw is the one accused; Robin sees that right and truth, shall triumph unabused! An outlaw is spotted and reported to the sheriff, who uses the opportunity to frame him for murder.
Marian with ardent bloods, keeps Count de Walden occupied; through the castle all the while, his henchmen are defied! A count has troops roaming the area taking people, a lot of times by force, building troops for an army. Robin Hood and gang get wind and investigate. Marian agrees to dinner with the detestable Count de […]
Eleanor of Acquitane, to Nottingham for treasure goes; there to learn who are her friends, and those who are her foes! Queen Eleanor is traveling the land acquiring money for King Richard’s campaign in the holy land, both Robin and the Sheriff are eager to show their support but only one is truly loyal. Whilst […]
Giles Black and Robin Hood, archers of undoubted skill; loose their shafts on target range, but one is champion still! The Sheriff has a crooked plan to capture Robin, this time playing to his rugged competitive side. Framing the trap as an archery contest featuring the famous shooter Giles Black, the Sheriff plans to capture […]
In days of old when Knights were bold, and practiced arts of chivalry; there lived no sadder sight I’m told, than Sir Richard of the Lea!