Rumours are spreading through Nottinghamshire, that Robin Hood is back from the dead with a vengeance and that the band of outlaws once again operates in Sherwood Forest. Suspecting that the Lady Marion might try to communicate with her old friends, the Sheriff sets a watch upon her home of Leaford Grange, and when a severe injury to the outlaws' leader moves Marion to risk helping him, she is caught and taken with the sword Albion to Nottingham Castle. Robert of Huntingdon must then use cunning and subterfuge - and, perhaps, the mysterious power of Albion - to rescue Lady Marion from her captors, while keeping his secret identity as Robin Hood intact. Written by
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The Sheriff and Gisburne have a paper cup on the table at Nottingham Castle when Robert of Huntingdom comes to visit. See more
Robert of Huntingdon
Hear me out, my lord; I have a plan.
Sir Guy of Gisburne
A plan? Do you think there are any plans that haven't already been tried?
Robert de Rainault
I'm afraid when it comes to outlaws, Gisburne gets rather obsessed.