Dated: December 11, 2005.
Robin Hood outlawed by Torben Klein of Denmark
One summer morning, the young Robin of Locksley is walking through Sherwood Forest on his way to Nottingham for an archery tournament. On the way, he is dared by 2 game wardens to have a shot at a herd of deer in an opening in the forest. Being an excellent archer, Robin hits and kills the largest deer in the herd. This angers the game wardens (who were planning on having a laugh at the youngster's behalf) and one draws his sword and says: "Don't you know, the punishment for killing the King's deer is losing your right hand?" Well, Robin places yet another arrow on his bow and kills the game warden. After this, he flees into Sherwood Forest.
Here he gangs up with a band of other outlaws, becomming their leader under the name of Robin Hood - and some of his other adventures will be featured in model form at a later date.
Torben Klein, Denmark
Many thanks to Mr. Klein.
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