Robin Hood

Hunter of the Forest

Mash: Oh? Robin's buying things from that shop. Did you tell him to do that?

Fujimaru 1: Yes, I asked him to guard the area.

Mash: As expected, Senpai knows exactly what to do with Servants. If there's nothing to do, have them patrol.

Fujimaru 2: ...I don't remember asking him anything...

Dr. Roman: Then he's just walking around on his own?

Dr. Roman: Well, until they're needed they're free to do what they want, but...

Robin Hood: Those beat up old blades? If you're just gonna give them to the blacksmith I'll take all you've got.

Robin Hood: Oh, and a dozen lengths of rope. Throw in some rags, too.

Man: Yeah, sure thing. I'm glad you're taking this junk off my hands, but what will you use them for?

Robin Hood: Who knows? But junk's got its uses. You can put it together into something good.

Robin Hood: Hey, this is a nice blanket. Didn't think I'd see something like this. I'll take it.

Man: That's an expensive blanket. You sleep in your cape, what will you do with it?

Robin Hood: My new boss is a wimp who's not used to camping.

Mash: ...Looks like he's buying a lot. Should we talk to him, Master?

Mash: Hello Robin, are you buying something?

Robin Hood: Oh, Master and Lady Mash. Fancy seeing you here.

Mash: I'm kind of surprised to see you here Robin... It's rare for a Servant to go shopping.

Robin Hood: Maybe so. Compared to the other guys, I'm a little plain, right? I feel more at home in places like this.

Robin Hood: But again, this is perfect timing. I'm going hunting, want to tag along?

Mash: Hunting? Is that code for you're going gambling?

Robin Hood: What kind of guy do you think I am? Not gambling, plain old hunting.

Robin Hood: ...Quietly. Quietly. I saw some weird animal tracks around here.

Robin Hood: I set some traps over the past few days... Got it! Bingo! They fell for it.

Robin Hood: This area up ahead is a blind alley. It'll be easy to trap them.

Fujimaru 1: You really did mean hunting...

Robin Hood: Of course I did. What did you think I was doing?

Robin Hood: They didn't make me a Servant just because I'm good looking. I'm a master hunter.

Fujimaru 2: What did you trap?

Robin Hood: Haha, you'll have to find out. Something perfect for a growing Master.

Mash: Robin, it's pulling! The line is pulling!

Robin Hood: All right, let's do this! This is some rare prey. Don't let it escape, Master!


Mash: That was amazing! Master, Robin is a master hunter!

Fujimaru 1: Totally agree! Do it again!

Fujimaru 2: He's the best! Gimme more!

Robin Hood: Hahaha, you're a greedy one, huh Master? Let's move on to the next trap then.

Mash: Roger!

Robin Hood: Quietly, quietly...Oh, this one too. Although this is one I hoped they wouldn't trigger.

Mash: You hoped they wouldn't trigger?

Robin Hood: Yeah, unlike the other place, there are signs of people staying here.

Robin Hood: They're pros too, so they've hidden themselves well, but... See? 3, 2, 1, 0.

Soldier: GYAAAAHHH! A trap! A hidden pit!

Soldier: Scouts, what were you doing? There's spear tips smeared with cow dung on the bottom!

Mash: I hear terrible screaming! Robin, what was that?

Fujimaru 1: Damn, enemy soldiers!

Fujimaru 2: Damn! Definitely not a bonus character!

Robin Hood: These guys were getting ready to attack the town. See? This is important, too.

Robin Hood: If we can get rid of them here, they can't hurt the town and the enemy won't know our location.

Robin Hood: Just like they said, scouts are the most basic and critical part of war.

Robin Hood: A bonus is important, but you need basic recon work too. Don't forget that, Master.

Mash: Y-Yeah. Robin is right! This is important too! No, it's more important!

Fujimaru 1: Yeah, let's go, Mash!

Fujimaru 2: Damn it! Let's do this, Mash!

Mash: Roger—I'll change my feeling of misplaced hope into rage, Master!

Robin Hood: Oh, how brave! Let's do this nice and easy. Nice and easy.


Mash: Whew! We ended up going around the whole forest.

Mash: But it paid off, bigtime. Not just from the battles, but what Robin did.

Mash: He's been protecting the town without them ever knowing, right?

Fujimaru 1: Yeah. Robin Hood is a true hero.

Robin Hood: Aww, don't say that. I'm not a hero even after death.

Fujimaru 2: Aww, you should've just told us.

Robin Hood: I'll admit I can be a bit of an oddball. But you've got me all wrong, Fujimaru.

Robin Hood: I don't even remember the people in town. I just protect it because it's a nice place.

Robin Hood: I'm not any different from the soldiers who attack the town. Just different tastes.

Mash: ...Um, what does that mean?

Robin Hood: You know, I didn't want to go around crushing kids' dreams. But I may as well say it.

Robin Hood: You guys talk about saving humanity, but that stuff's too big for me to really understand.

Robin Hood: I'm a Servant? It got to be some kind of mistake.

Robin Hood: I was just a murderer with a rebel streak. I didn't save anything.

Fujimaru 1: But you saved the villagers.

Fujimaru 2: There are people you saved.

Robin Hood: That's just how things ended up. I fought alone, and the village was safe for a year or two.

Robin Hood: Sure, I fought the lord's army, but that doesn't mean I wanted to save anyone.

Robin Hood: You get it? I'm just a thug and a coward. So be careful, Master.

Robin Hood: It's dangerous to let your guard down because of my good looks. I'm a coward who'll run if he has to.

Robin Hood: Anyway, we're done hunting, so I'll be going. Might take a nap in the woods.

Robin Hood: Call me if there's a fight. It's my job, so I'll do whatever crazy things I have to.

Mash: ...He's gone. But Robin contradicted himself.

Mash: He said he protected the town because it was a nice place to be, but he sleeps in the forest.

Mash: I think he...I think he's keeping his distance from what's truly important to him.

Fujimaru 1: Some guys are like that, Mash.

Fujimaru 2: ...It might be too important for him.

Mash: What does that mean... Hey, why are you smiling like that?

Mash: If you know the answer, please tell me! Senpai, Senpaaaai!