Sir Guy of Gisburne: I - I don't know how to put this, my lord.
Robert de Rainault: You usually do, Gisburne. I'm sure you'll find a way.
Robert de Rainault: They weren't there, were they? A wild goose chase and a dead duck!
Sir Guy of Gisburne: They were there, my lord. The jewels were there...
Robert de Rainault: Then where are they now?
Sir Guy of Gisburne: The Baron has them.
Robert de Rainault: What Baron?
Sir Guy of Gisburne: Th-the Baron de Belleme.
Robert de Rainault: He's dead!
Sir Guy of Gisburne: I know!
Baron de Belleme: You speak of things of which you have no knowledge. What is death, de Rainault? When does a man die? When his heart stops? When his last breath has left his body? When he rots? And if he doesn't rot, de Rainault? If the frozen hours stretch on forever... his blood a silent river of ice. Waiting... waiting. What then, de Rainault?
Baron de Belleme: Did you really believe you could overthrow ME?
Sir Guy of Gisburne: I hoped to... to surprise you, by discovering the whereabouts of Belleme's jewels.
Robert de Rainault: I don't like surprises, Gisburne. I never have done. Especially when you're involved!
Herne the Hunter: I know why you have come. The Hooded Man is hidden from me by a cloud of darkness. He is slave to another, bound by sorcery. You can find him, and you must, for soon will he face the greatest of enemies and find himself in the white flame of his power. Take this. Listen well!
Lilith: They came that night, came from miles around. People who had feared him. They plundered the castle and set it ablaze. They said it was an evil place. What did they know?
Baron de Belleme: [to Gisburne] I am no spirit. I breathe as you breathe. As your companion breathed, before you took his life.
Baron de Belleme: They are mine.
[Gisburne puts down the jewels and backs away]
Baron de Belleme: I give you your life, to tell the Sheriff: I command his presence here.
Little John: Robin once said the whole world was a battlefield, not just Sherwood. A never-ending war between the powers of good and evil.
Robert de Rainault: On the death of Belleme, they removed his jewels and hid them. His power still dominates them, even from the grave.
Ralph of Huntingdon: Then it's likely the jewels are cursed, my lord.
Robert de Rainault: Very likely. So we better get Abbot Hugo to exorcise each emerald. Wash them in the font if necessary.