Robin Hood

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3) Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new plan? Is continuing with the present course of action an option or is that now obsolete? Robin Hood and the Merrymen definitely need a new plan of action. If Robin Hood and the Merrymen continue on the course of action, they are doomed to failure and not be able to accomplish the initials goals that Robin had set in the beginning. If Robin Hood and his men do not decide the method of obtaining an income, there will be no money left for their necessities. First and foremost, the rations of food will run out and they will have nothing left to eat and even more important, not enough weapons to defend their territory. Since there is not enough money, the Merrymen will grow weaker, making it easier for the Sheriff to attack them unexpectedly. Unfortunately, due to the increasing size of the band and the lack of discipline, the band will be worse off if it were to be attacked by the Sheriff or Prince John. The Sheriff can also use this chance of weakness of the Merrymen to be able to convince the Merrymen’s weaker-minded men to join his si...
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