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: [to Robin, as Djaq rushes out of the cave to get herbs
] So. "Never lie to a dying man." Robin Hood
: You are not going to die. And I have never lied to you. Marian
: Oh come on. We have never once spoken the truth to each other. Robin Hood
: Now is not the time to argue. Marian
: Do not *tell* me when it is the time to argue!
: What? Robin Hood
: Well, I do not think there could be *much* wrong with you. Marian
: I am serious! We have never once spoken the truth to each other! For instance, I call you a fool when I mean you are a hero. I criticize your actions and then mimic them myself as the Nightwatchman. I chastise Robin Hood... Robin Hood
: Shh, shh. Marian
: I will not be *shushed*- these might be my last words! Robin Hood
: No, they will not be- they *cannot* be!... Because we should be together! I should never have left you. I should never have gone to war- it was a mistake! You were right. We wanted glory. But believe me, the battlefield is the *last* place you will find it. Marian
: You'd always regret it if you haven't gone. Robin Hood
: But not as much as I regret going. Not as much as I regret losing you. Marian, I should not have gone. Marian
: [fighting tears
] Robin... Djaq
: [running back in with the herbs
] I love you, you love me, we all love each other. Drink the wine.
: [as he fixes breakfast
] You think Marian'll want anything to eat?
: What is it girls eat? Djaq
: [Fiddling with some herbs in a bowl
] Special girl's food.
: [to Much
] Pray to your God... and to mine. She is going to die.
: [Looking at Marian's infected wound
] My father treated the wounded in the battlefield. He said, "Never lie to a wounded man." Marian
: Or was it "Never lie to a dying man?" Djaq
] He said that too.
: [as he is applying pressure to Marian's wound, as well as holding his finger in the wound
] I'm not doing anything; I'm just pressing, right? Djaq
: Yes. There's not much else we can do. The other physician has the instruments. Much
] Should I be able to feel a heartbeat? Djaq
[Much looks at her, distraught
: [Djaq rushes to Marian, checks her then pounds her chest with her fist
: [Stopping her
] What are you doing, what are you doing? You'll hurt her! Djaq
: Trust me, Much! Where she is, she cannot feel a thing! Much
: [Djaq begins repeatedly pounding Marian's chest
] Come on, come on, Marian. Much
: [Feeling Marian's pulse in the wound
] YES! YES! Djaq
: ALLAH BE PRAISED! Much
: [Throwing his arms in the air
] ALLAH BE PRAISED! Little John
: [Raising his arms likewise
] ALLAH BE PRAISED! Much
: Well, how did you do that? Djaq
: Put your finger back in! Now!
[Much puts his finger back in the wound
: I will cut you open. If I can find the damage, I will sew it up. Marian
: And what are my chances? Djaq
: If I do not do this- none. If I do- very little.
: Bats. I hate bats. Bats are rats. Rats with wings. Djaq
: No, they're intelligent. Bats make noises you cannot hear. Allan A Dale
: What's the point of that? Noises you can't hear? Much
: What if there was a noise nobody could hear? And then if you were the only person in the world who could hear it. Because I am that person. To see sense where others see nonsense. Just like the bat. I take it back. I like the bat! The bat is my friend. The bat understands me.
: What do girls eat? Djaq
: Special girl's food.
: There is one I do love more than the others... the way a bird would fly two thousand miles through storms just to be with the one he loves.
: Lads... I've got a proposal. If they don't come to us, we go to them. Little John
: When? Robin Hood
: First light. Will Scarlett
: There's too many! Djaq
: We'll die. Much
: Suicide! Little John
: [after Robin nods
] ... a good day to die! Much
: Will you shut up? He always says that! I don't even know what it means! Robin Hood
: We'll all most certainly die. But at least we'll die fighting. Will Scarlett
: Yeah. I'm in. Djaq
: Me too. Little John
: Yes. Much
: ...and me. Robin Hood
] Good. Good.
: You, Will Scarlett, are strong, and true, and you fight for what you believe in. And that is why i love you.
: John? Little John
: No. Will Scarlett
: John, come on. Djaq
: Who do you love? Little John
: You. All of you. Even him.
[gestures to Much
] Little John
: I love you all, all right? And Alice. I shouldn't have let her go. And my boy, little Little John. I should have made them stay. Robin Hood
: John, you didn't have a choice. Little John
: Let me speak. Leaving Alice, running to the forest, was wrong. Wrong. That's why I'm a huge, ugly, stupid, useless coward. Will Scarlett
: John! Little John
: That's why I'm always saying it, Much. "Today is a good day to die," because for me, it is. I deserve to die. I left the people that loved me, the two people that should have depended on me, my own child! God... what was I thinking? Robin Hood
: John, I'll not let you talk like this. Little John
: I'm going now. I won't wait until tomorrow. Robin Hood
: JOHN! Little John
: Let's move this cart. Move this thing! I need to die. I want to die! Let me die! Let me die! Will Scarlett
: [Hugging Little John
] John! Little John
] Let me die. I want to die! Much
: Is this normal, this Kalmina thing? Because it's weird.
: Look, I'm not doing this. Djaq
: Fine. Much
: Good. Because I don't hate myself, and I'm not in love with anyone else, so... Djaq
: ...fine. Much
: [bristling after Robin chuckles
] What? Robin Hood
: ...what? Much
: You're smiling. Robin Hood
: I'm smiling because usually it's a struggle to shut you up. Much
: You think I talk too much. Well, I know that's what you think. Much talks too much, and eats too much, worries too much. It's easy for you to say, because if I don't do it, then who does? It's all right for you because you can just breeze through life and be everyone's hero and not have to worry about the simple things like the fire, or the food, or the hole in your cape or your birthday, because good old, dependable old Much will take care of that. Well, I'll tell you something: you take me for granted. You're sniggering at me... Robin Hood
: Much, I'm just saying... Much
: YOU SHOULDN'T! And I'm angry. And just because I love you doesn't mean I can't hate you, too. And I hate you because in the holy land there was two of us, and we were a team, and the things we went through and the horrors we saw, we went through them together. And when we came home, we were like brothers. Brothers in arms, and where is that now, eh? It's gone, that's where! You never talk. It just don't. You made me a free man, and we're meant to be equals. We're not equals. The only thing that's changed around here is you still treat me like a servant, you don't treat me like your friend. Robin Hood
: That's not true... is it true? Much
] Oh Kalila.
: So I admire you. All of you. You are good men. Brave... generous... kind, decent men, and I am proud to be amongst you. Much
: Is this what this is, everyone just sayin' that they love each other? Djaq
: Wait! And you're filthy. And you really stink. And you have no souls. Little John
: We live in the forest! Djaq
: I have to be honest! I have to be honest.
: Let's get the weapons ready. As soon as there's light to see by, we go. Little John
: NO. No. Robin Hood
: John, we agreed on this! Little John
: You have not spoken, Robin. It's your turn. Robin Hood
: We have a few moments left on this earth. Let me have my thoughts to myself. I'll share them with you in the next life. Djaq
: Robin, if there is a heaven, yours is different from mine. Much
: And if there isn't a heaven... Robin Hood
: It's almost light. Little John
: Robin. Robin Hood
: You know my thoughts. They are for the poor. They are for you. And they're for Marian, the woman I love. The woman who I recently gave a ring to. Djaq
: ...you're engaged? Robin Hood
: ...the woman who makes me believe that by a twist of fate we might just be able to see this through. And Much, I have betrayed your friendship. But I think you know why. You see, I can't face the terrors we saw, I can't. Because I'm not as strong as you. I have to put them out of my mind, because if I don't, I wouldn't be able to lead. I mean, I wouldn't even be able to...
: ...what? Robin Hood
: It doesn't matter. Little John
: ...to shoot. Much
: Shoot? Of course he can shoot! Robin Hood
: No. No, John's right. In the Holy Land, the men we saw in bits... screaming... every time I raise my bow, I see them. I hear them. And I know now whether it was right or wrong, what we did in the holy land, it makes no difference. So I have to try not to kill. I have to avoid killing. I mean, God gave me a gift with bow. I can kill with my eyes closed. I mean, I can kill a man from a thousand yards, and I have to try everything in my power not to. And that's why I wasn't there for you in your hour of need, my friend. Because I have to let those memories go. I just have to be free. Much
: ...why didn't you say? Robin Hood
: It doesn't matter now. In a few moments, we'll be free forever.
: [after throwing some pepper in Guy's face
] Pepper. Ouch!
: We are Robin Hood. Allan A Dale
: What? Much
: Just say it. Much
, Allan A Dale
, Robin Hood
, Little John
, Will Scarlett
] We are Robin Hood.
, Robin Hood
, Allan A Dale
, Will Scarlett
: We... are Robin Hood!
Allan A Dale
: [about the food
] I thought you said 'chicken' Allan A Dale
: This is a pretty small chicken, Much... Again Djaq
: And have you seen in the trees? No squirrels lately. Much
: It's not squirrel. Djaq
: And what happened to the vegetables? All you eat is bread and meat. We're surrounded by eatable berries and leaves.
: [to Daniel
] What? Daniel
: Nothing. It's just, I thought you'de be... taller Little John
: I am quite tall. Daniel
: But you know, like a giant. Djaq
: Men tend to lie about their size.
: What about Allan? Robin Hood
: Forget him. He's dead to us.
: Where's Little John? Robin Hood
: There's been a change of plan. Much
: Change of plan? Robin Hood
: I've found the distraction we needed. Much
: We're still rescuing Little John? Robin Hood
: Of *course* we are! And Luke the bow-maker. And the boy. And... Alice Little. And all the other prisoners. Oh, and the tax money. Much
: Not a *big* change, then?
Allan A Dale
: Are you all right? Djaq
: Are *you* all right? Allan A Dale
: I thought we came to save you! Djaq
: Now I'm saving you. Allan A Dale
] You're, you're a woman; we're men. Djaq
: Irritating, isn't it?
: I knew a man once who got up, milked all his goats, and then went right back to bed, all in his sleep. Will Scarlett
: What? Much
: What? Djaq
: But it's true! His wife saw it. Will Scarlett
: And didn't she wake him up? Djaq
: Are you mad? She went out and bought six more goats.
: You're not listening to me because I'm a woman! Don't make the same mistake with them!