A girlhood friend of Marian's, Avice, now the wife of Prince John, calls on Marian to ask to enlist Robin's help: her husband is planning to divorce her so that he can marry Isabella, a French princess, thus getting the support of France. Robin's dilemma - can the woman be trusted?.
Sir Dunstan of Travers arrives in Sherwood to set a trap for Robin. Dunstan tells Marion of his plan, not aware she is a friend of Robin. She must warn Robin without reveling her true identity to Sir Dunstan.
Robin realizes with winter coming on that there is a shortage of honey for the Merry Men. He decides to join Tuck on a journey to Canterbury to so he can locate a supply of honey and allow Tuck to complete his religious pilgrimage.
After the sheriff captures another of Robins men, he comes to the realization that no one will give Robin and his men up. Instead he plans to infiltrate the Merry Men, and undermine the group from the inside.
Lepidus, the somewhat hapless alchemist, announces that he has found a way to turn lead into gold. The Sheriff, dubious of his claim, threatens him with execution if his plan doesn't work. Marian, knowing that it will of course not work, comes up with a plan to satisfy the sheriff and save Lepidus from being hanged.
While on a secret mission in France, Robin and Friar Tuck begin to suspect that a local wine merchant is actually an agent of Robin's enemy, King John of England. Robin and Tuck contact the French underground for help in throwing the spy off their trail.
While fishing in a secret pool--a tributary that leads directly to Sir Cedric's private lake--Robin and Marian see Sir Cedric's men arresting a poor, hungry serf for poaching one of the large fish that populate Cedric's lake. Marian goes to Cedric to plead for the man's release, while Robin decides to take a different tactic, one involving Cedric's obsession for fishing.
Three of Robin's men are traveling undercover as a group of Bavarian acrobats. A greedy Gypsy fortune teller betrays them to the sheriff of Nottingham, who immediately arrests them. Robin must break them out before they are executed.
A prosperous London merchant and his daughter Bess are on their way to Nottingham with of 1,000 gold crowns. Gareth, a recent recruit to Robin's band, decides to relieve them of the money - a crime which incurs the Sheriff's wrath and spells further trouble for outlaws.
Robin and Little John head for the coast, to help their friend Joseph of Cordoba in his secret plan to bring a shipload of Jewish refugees, escaping persecution in their own country, to the seaside town of York.
Robin and his arch-enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham, set aside their differences temporarily to work together to rid the country of the monstrous Duke DeMoreville, a murderous psychopath that the terrified citizenry refers to as "The Hangman of Leicester".
A delegation of villagers from Upper Minton come to Robin's camp and tell him of an oppressive new tax--the third that year--imposed on them by the greedy Count Olivier. This tax is certain to empty their food stores and cause a terrible famine in the area if Robin can't do something about it.
Robin and Friar Tuck are on a mission for King Richard: they are to visit Scotland and collect 500 gold crowns owed to Richard by King William of Scotland - but why should the Scottish King be so reluctant to hand over the gold?.
Word reaches Marion, that her uncle Sir Edward is in danger over in Ireland. Marion, Robin and his merry men head to save the man. What starts as a simple task quickly develops into a complicated situation involving the clash of old and new Gods
Robin, Marian and Friar Tuck are taking a trip through Ireland, and one night they stay at the house of a family of superstitious farmers. At first dismissing the family's tales of "the little people"--leprechauns--the trio is later astounded to actually come across some of the "wee folk".
Sir James devises a plot to inherit his uncle's fortune. Blame for the crime will point at an innocent man - Ali ben Azra - and the Sheriff has been informed. Can Robin teach Sir James a lesson in sportsmanship - and clip the Sheriff's wings at the same time?.
Robin must think of a way to cross the land approaching Tom's mill: Sir William, Tom's landlord, has imposed an import duty on grain taken from the mill and his guards are gathered to repel intruders. An ingenious device provides Robin with the answer.