In the depths of the forest, Robin raises an army to challenge the evil Sheriff. Wearing a dark hood for disguise and with his unparalleled gift for the bow, Robin quickly becomes an outlaw, fighting the forces of evil for the good of the poor.

In the depths of the forest, Robin raises an army to challenge the evil Sheriff. Wearing a dark hood for disguise and with his unparalleled gift for the bow, Robin quickly becomes an outlaw, fighting the forces of evil for the good of the poor.

Robin Hood illustration by the amazing N.C. Wyeth from Robin Hood by Paul Creswick.

Deception and Impersonation in the Robin Hood Tradition: A Comparison of Medieval and Nineteenth-century Approaches

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m Rogue Thief Leather Cloak Longbow Sword hills forest farmland I've always had a fascination with Robin Hood since I was a small child.

Robin Hood, Obviously

Robin Hood is first mentioned in poem "Piers Plowman" by W.

Robin Hood by Bob Wilson

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Robin Hodd, by Antonio Mainez Venegas

Robin Hodd, by Antonio Mainez Venegas

Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne.  Illustration from the The Book of Brave Old Ballads (Ward Lock, c 1870) - - - - -  The original of "Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne" (1475-1506)

Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne. Illustration from the The Book of Brave Old Ballads (Ward Lock, c - - - - - The original of "Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne"

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