Robin of Sherwood

Season 3 Episode 12

The Time of the Wolf (1)

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM Jun 21, 1986 on ITV
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The Time of the Wolf (1)
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Gulnar, erstwhile sorcerer of Lord Owen of Clun, has hatched a new plan to break the power of Herne. Meanwhile, Nottingham's sheriff is ordered to procure grain for the King's army, and has taken all the villagers' winter supplies.

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      • Alison: My lord, we'll starve!
        Sheriff: Probably, but England's freedom must be defended, whatever the cost. Do you want to be slaves of the Welsh?
        Edward: We'll all be dead, my lord. Won't matter whose slaves we are then, will it?

      • Marian: What will happen to us?
        Robert: Who knows? We may even live to see old age.
        Marian: Or die tomorrow.
        Robert: Yes, die tomorrow.
        Marian: I've never been afraid of death, only of losing you. Promise me we'll never be parted.
        Robert: I promise.

      • Tuck: Let it be known that Robin of Sherwood and Marian of Leaford are to be married in Wickham tonight. If there's any man with any just cause why they shouldn't be, I'll thump him! Amen.

      • Robert: I bring you good news, Marian is to be my bride. I ask for your blessing.
        Herne: I give it freely. Blessed be, Robin and Marian. But also a warning. You have the powers of light and darkness held in balance, that is why you were chosen. But there is one in whom there is no balance, only darkness. One who has crossed your path before, an old enemy you thought you had defeated. His power grows stronger, his madness infects all who join him.

      • Herne: It is the Time of the Wolf, the time of famine, when the sons of Fenris howl for blood. Drive them out, destroy them!

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