Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood season 1
Narration Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood includes motifs of ancient British legends about the famous bandit of Sherwood Forest with the addition of notes of magic and mysticism. Robin from Locksley the son of Saxon warrior is the will of fate turns out is the way of the greatest sorcerer Baron de Balham. To save Lady Marion Robin Hood creates a band of rogue among former soldier Will Scarlett, shepherd Babe John Tooke fervent monk, the son of a miller Macha and previously former servant de Balham with Saracen Nazira. From that moment, the "great seven" starts their journey. Subsequent episodes will show their numerous battle for good and justice under the auspices of Herna the so-called pagan forest spirit. They will fight the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham Robert de Reno, his right hand, cruel Sir Guy Gisborne and the whole cluster of different villains. The series will appear in the image of a curious connection pseudo-realistic details of the life of the English state of the eighteenth century and reusable magic. All this is accompanied by a set of enchanting music of the Irish group Clanned. We believe that this story certainly impress on the audience and they will look forward to its extension.
Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood season 1 episodes list:
Because Robin laughs at her small talents as an archer, Marian is annoyed and enchants an arrow so that it hits the bulls eye every time.
Robin, Tuck and Little John have collected money in Nottingham for the orphanage in a neighbouring district.
Prince John is planning to build a new tollbooth on the road through Sherwood Forest on the site of a ruined tower that will be torn down. Robin and his friends decide to stop his plans.
Robin has an emergency job to bring back weird ingredients from Sherwood Forest for Marian's magical concoctions.
Weary of seeing all his plans stopped, Prince John sets about conquering Sherwood, determined to use Flynn's nose to flush out Robin Hood's secret hideout.
The Brigands steal a book containing the secret of the Philosopher's Stone, which is said to have the power of turning lead into gold.
A swindler uses a conjuring show to hypnotise his audience and steal their belongings.
Ernald, a bandit, who passes himself off as a druid, fools Prince John into believing in the existence of Excalibur, the mythical sword of King Arthur.
A young woman, Lady Sable is pursued by the Sheriff and his men. In her flight she abandons a baby in its basket. Robin and his friends take the baby in.
Lubin, a young peasant farmer, has raised a perfect horse that helps him with the farm work.
Taranis, a new righter of wrongs, arrives in Nottingham and manages to win the villagers' confidence, becoming even more popular than Robin.
A traveling puppeteer caricatures Prince John, who is irritated by it and throws the puppeteer into prison.
An old lady takes advantage of Little John's trust to "take" his luck and then offers to sell it back to him at a high price.
Prince John pounds a crossroads with his catapult in preparation for any future enemy attack.
Prince John grabs all the villager's gold to make a statue of himself.
Prince John tries to capture Robin by having Ralf break into the band in order to discover the hideout.
A strange sickness strikes the county: villagers mysteriously fall asleep and nothing can awaken them!
Robin is captured and Prince John is about to decide his fate...