Episode: 141C-Robin Hood: On Brand


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141C-Robin Hood: On Brand

When we left off last week, Robin Hood was stabbed in the side by an assassin who deceived him, and he was bleeding out all while his camp was being swarmed by the Sheriff of Nottingham's men, his friends being driven off, captured, or killed. It's not looking good.

The creature this week is the only one who could resist those sinful apple slices...and it gets rewarded by being set on fire.

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Music:

"Guild Rat" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Betty Dear" by Blue Dot Sessions

"One Quiet Conversation" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Lupi" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Hickory Shed" by Blue Dot Sessions

"Tartaruga" by Blue Dot Sessions



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