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Robin Hood is a mascot from the Medieval Update in Crossy Road.

Robin Hood
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Type Medieval, Secret Mascot
Price N/A (see "How to Obtain")
Characteristics Encounters group of Merry Men at random times throughout a run
Update Medieval Update

Appearance[]

Robin Hood is a humanoid character with light brown hair and a beard. He wears a brown tunic and green pants, and a green hat with an orange feather in it. He has a quiver of arrows on his back, and carries a bow.

Characteristics[]

Robin Hood plays in the typical Medieval terrain. Occasionally, throughout a run, the player will encounter a group of characters dressed similarly to Robin Hood, who dance in place (spinning and waving their arms) as Robin Hood approaches. As the player approaches, the sound of bagpipes and people clapping begins to play; the sound gradually fades out as the player moves away from them.

How to Obtain[]

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Robin Hood is a secret character, and thus cannot be obtained from the Prize Machine. Robin Hood can be unlocked using the Monk mascot from the Medieval Update. While playing as the Monk, the player has a random chance of seeing a character that looks like Robin Hood on the side of the terrain. If the player approaches this character and stands next to them, the character will spin and shake the bow that it is holding over its head. At the end of this run, the Robin Hood character will be unlocked.

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Trivia[]

  • Robin Hood is a character from a number of English folklore stories and legends. He is typically depicted as a skilled archer, and commonly dresses in green; this is why the mascot has a bow and arrows, and wears a green hat and pants. Robin Hood is famous in his stories for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor.
  • The characters that Robin Hood encounters at random times throughout his run are meant to represent the Merry Men, the band of outlaws that traveled with Robin Hood in his stories.
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