Robin Hood

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He needed men to fulfill his quest, but now with the excessive number of men and the excessive demands placed upon the Merrymen, he needs to address the purpose of his revolt. He believed that there would be strength in numbers, yet is that what he learned? In fact, the more men that came to him, the more complicated his revolt got...
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And not only that, but now, his group has become more vulnerable. So, there's another issue. Has his group gotten too big that it has created a more difficult situation than what Robin started with? The next issue he needs to deal with is the growth of his band of men. In the beginning, he accepted any man without question...
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