Robin Hood's Death Prince John proposes Guy to Maid Marian as a prospective husband. Robin Hood and the Valiant Knight He convinces the sheriff to be allowed to kill Little John, but instead cuts him loose with an "Irish knife". He is originally depicted as a dark character, and is shown as an active enforcer of the Sheriff's cruelty, but at the same time, he is in love with Marianshowing conflicted attempts to redeem himself in her eyes. Robin Hood and the Tanner
John marches off in a huff, and is promptly captured by the Sheriff of Nottingham and tied to a tree, to be hanged.
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He then blows Guy's horn to signal victory to the Sheriff. Robin Hood and the Potter List of the Child Ballads " The Crabfish ". Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford He dresses occasionally as a sugar-plum fairy or more usually as a court jesterand is generally held in contempt by the heroes and villains alike.