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** There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him. The Sheriff of NOTT ''hates'' cowardice.

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BerserkButton: There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him. The Sheriff of NOTT ''hates'' cowardice.


* BerserkButton: There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him. The Sheriff of NOTT ''hates'' cowardice.

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There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him. The Sheriff of NOTT ''hates'' cowardice.

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* PragmaticVillainy: Sheriff of N.O.T.T., surprizingly. Several times he tried to point to Prince John, that peasants are driven to starvation by his taxes, and it would be more productive to lower taxes now, so they could become more prosperous and could pay much more in the future. Unfortunately, Prince John is too paranoid to admit that.


-->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Ahhhh, if the peasants weren't so starved, Your Highness, then, perhaps-

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-->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Ahhhh, if the peasants they weren't so starved, Your Highness, then, perhaps-


-->'''Titanor''': (Holding the Sheriff, and threatening him with his Neuron Puppet Rod) '''You''' are already 3/4 of an '''idiot''', Sheriff! Shall we try for the final quarter, Prince John?

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-->'''Titanor''': (Holding the Sheriff, and threatening him with his Neuron Puppet Rod) '''You''' are already 3/4 of an '''idiot''', Sheriff! Shall we try for the final other quarter, Prince John?


-->'''Titanor''': (Holding the Sheriff, and threatening him with his Neuron Puppet Rod) '''You''' are already 3/4 of an '''idiot''', Sheriff! Shall we try for the last quarter, Prince John?

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-->'''Titanor''': (Holding the Sheriff, and threatening him with his Neuron Puppet Rod) '''You''' are already 3/4 of an '''idiot''', Sheriff! Shall we try for the last final quarter, Prince John?

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** Prince John apparently hates it when the Sheriff tries to side with the peasants, due to them starving. As a result, he immediately believes the Sheriff is committing Treason.
-->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Ahhhh, if the peasants weren't so starved, Your Highness, then, perhaps-
-->'''Prince John''': That sounds suspiciously like '''Treason'''! Could it be that the ''Sheriff of NOTT'' is shirking his ''duties''? Perhaps some punishment will make him see the error of his ways, eh, Titanor?
-->'''Titanor''': (Holding the Sheriff, and threatening him with his Neuron Puppet Rod) '''You''' are already 3/4 of an '''idiot''', Sheriff! Shall we try for the last quarter, Prince John?


-->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Imbeciles! Buffoons! Cowards! I'm ''surrounded'' by cowards! I ask you to guard two prisoners! Just - twoooo prisoners! I even put them 10 feet in a steel ''vault'' to make it easier for you! And what happens?

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-->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Imbeciles! Buffoons! Cowards! I'm ''surrounded'' by cowards! I ask you to guard two prisoners! Just - twoooo prisoners! I even put them 10 feet underground in a steel ''vault'' to make it easier for you! And what happens?happens?
-->'''Prince John''': Fools! Dolts! How long did you think I would tolerate such stupidity? ''You call yourself a '''Sheriff'''?'' Why, a man with ''half a brain'' would have gotten rid of this Rocket Robin Hood nuisance ''eons'' ago! And, I brought such a man with me.


* '''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Imbeciles! Buffoons! Cowards! I'm ''surrounded'' by cowards! I ask you to guard two prisoners! Just - twoooo prisoners! I even put them 10 feet in a steel ''vault'' to make it easier for you! And what happens?

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* '''The -->'''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Imbeciles! Buffoons! Cowards! I'm ''surrounded'' by cowards! I ask you to guard two prisoners! Just - twoooo prisoners! I even put them 10 feet in a steel ''vault'' to make it easier for you! And what happens?


* BerserkButton: There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him.

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* BerserkButton: There are quite a few. For example, in one episode, whenever the Sheriff would claim that the disintegrator ray was "his", he would be corrected by the inventor. However, if he'd claim the disintegrator ray to be "ours", he would certainly not be corrected. Throughout the entire series, if one threatens one of Robin's men, or Robin himself, he'll soon wish he hadn't, as the loyalty between the Merry Men is strong. And, don't try to trick Eric Arthur, the leader of the Vikings, as he doesn't like it when people try to deceive him. The Sheriff of NOTT ''hates'' cowardice.


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* '''The Sheriff of NOTT''': Imbeciles! Buffoons! Cowards! I'm ''surrounded'' by cowards! I ask you to guard two prisoners! Just - twoooo prisoners! I even put them 10 feet in a steel ''vault'' to make it easier for you! And what happens?


60's Canadian cartoon series set in "the fantastic years to come," supposedly the year 3000, starring Rocket Robin Hood and his Merry Men, direct descendants of the English originals. Produced by Toronto-based Trillium Productions, the second and third seasons were done by Creator/RalphBakshi, and had a much different feel from the first. Though largely forgotten outside of Canada, the series has been a standby in children's programming blocks ever since its original release, due in part to Canadian content mandates.

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60's Canadian cartoon series set in "the fantastic years to come," supposedly the year 3000, starring Rocket Robin Hood and his Merry Men, direct descendants of the English originals. Produced by Toronto-based Trillium Productions, the second and third seasons were done by Creator/RalphBakshi, and had a much different feel from the first. Though largely forgotten outside of Canada, Canada ([[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff and Mexico]]), the series has been a standby in children's programming blocks ever since its original release, due in part to Canadian content mandates.


* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: The Sheriff has been on both sides of this trope. He once invoked this on his guards for failing to keep Robin and Little John in the vault. The time this trope was invoked onto the Sheriff was when Prince John decided to bring in a new Sheriff, while the old Sheriff was fired and scheduled to be executed.



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: The Sheriff has been on both sides of this trope. He once invoked this on his guards for failing to keep Robin and Little John in the vault. The time this trope was invoked onto the Sheriff was when Prince John decided to bring in a new Sheriff, while the old Sheriff was fired and scheduled to be executed.


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* HumiliationConga: As it was aimed at kids, you rarely see anyone actually getting killed, even the villains, who usually just end up getting defeated. Many of them ended up being subjected to the Humiliation Conga, but perhaps the most notable example of this was Dr. Medulla at the end of the "Living Planet" episode, in which after he is defeated, he is prevented from escaping, overpowered by Robin before he can retaliate, and tied to a pole to be pestered by a woodpecker pecking on his head while the hero and his allies look on laughing and making jokes at his expense.



* HumiliationConga: As it was aimed at kids, you rarely see anyone actually getting killed, even the villains, who usually just end up getting defeated. Many of them ended up being subjected to the Humiliation Conga, but perhaps the most notable example of this was Dr. Medulla at the end of the "Living Planet" episode, in which after he is defeated, he is prevented from escaping, overpowered by Robin before he can retaliate, and tied to a pole to be pestered by a woodpecker pecking on his head while the hero and his allies look on laughing and making jokes at his expense.

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* HumiliationConga: As it TooDumbToLive: One episode had a feast where Friar Tuck was aimed at kids, you rarely see anyone actually getting killed, even eating a meat pie, and Prince John offers Rocket a bowl of broth (While adding poison right in front of everyone, but no-one seems to notice) Robin declines the villains, who usually just end up getting defeated. Many of them ended up being subjected broth and hands it to Friar Tuck. Who immediately drains it and starts reacting to the Humiliation Conga, but perhaps the most notable example of this poison.
----> Rocket: Oh no! What
was Dr. Medulla at the end of the "Living Planet" episode, in which after he is defeated, he is prevented from escaping, overpowered by Robin before he can retaliate, and tied to a pole to be pestered by a woodpecker pecking on his head while the hero and his allies look on laughing and making jokes at his expense.that meat pie!?

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