If anyone was to attempt to stand up to him he would kill them or torture them. Feudal System Every now and then William was too lazy and tired to do things himself so he hired 2 Lords to do his job and in return, the Lords would receive a large piece of land. The Lords also had the same problem sometimes so they hired 2 Knights each and offered them a smaller piece of land. Even though there was 2 of the Knights, they needed a rest from time to time, so they gave a little piece of land to the Pheasants for doing some work for them. This system was a very good system and worked well because everyone was happy with what they got in return.
As well as Hayden family being the law, there were fewer rights back then and racism was a common problem. The people in Montana were corrupted by the environment they live in. The Hayden family was the law and had full power and respect of the people they lived with. The Hayden family was the sheriff of their town. They were respected so much by their community that if someone from their family did a simple crime, their reputation would be ruined.
King John is one of the most well-known figures in history due to the popularity of the legends of Robin Hood/ Robin of Loxley. Robin was falsely accused by king John in order for king John to get some money. Robin Hood formed a group of rebels who stole from king Johns men. Robin Hood gave to the poor during the time of king john being a pretender to the thrown. When King Richard returned King John was Banished and Robin was Pardoned giving a happy ending.
Robin Hood also faced another issue with his direct competition known as the evil Sheriff. The Sherriff was consistently attempting to put the Merrymen out of business and with his vast wealth and connections he was beginning to gain a foothold over the Merrymen. 1. Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new mission? New objectives?
In order to stay focused on their long term vision they have to remove Prince John from power by freeing King Richard from his imprisonment in Austria. Strategy:- Robin Hood and his Band of Merry Men had a successful first year. With new recruits pouring in from the furthest outreaches of England, Robin had met his objective of strengthening in number. Although he was satisfied with the size of the organization, he has realized necessary preparations had not been made to accommodate the now overabundance of members of his organization. Robin Hood should form a structure within his organization so that it can continue to grow and prosper.
This is causing more problems such as a decline in resources and funding, a lax in recruitment and training making the Merrymen less disciplined, and also the Sheriff increased his staff to keep up. With the growing band and becoming more known, travelers are starting to take different routes to avoid the forest. There is also Robin’s personal crusade with the Sheriff and thoughts of killing him. Another issue is the baron’s proposition of amnesty for joining the conspiracy to free King Richard the Lionheart from jail. 2.
Robin Hood’s organization is in the business of robbing the rich and giving to the poor. This is not a typical organization in that the members must live outside the law. The organization started small with elite members who each had a specialized job. The popularity and success of the group has caused it to grow and recruit anyone that wants to join. This has caused many problems for Robin Hood.
Robin Hood (Case 20) Part 1 Intro Robin Hood forged together a band of Merrymen to help him fight off the Sheriff and his administration. With the growing popularity and population of his Merrymen, Robin Hood has come across some issues that need to be addresses and resolved. Analysis The increasing size of the band was significant for having the upper hand on the Sheriff’s administration. However, with a larger number they were running out of food and supplies. Also, the more Merrymen there were the less control Robin Hood had; losing his upper hand could lead to a collapse of his plan to take out the Sheriff.
Rob was also influenced by some external and internal factors. He has so much riding on the completion of the expedition and threw caution to the wind just so he could complete the task There was also the competition factor in play. Rob Hall was looking to outclass Scott Fischer and so he had no intention of stopping as he saw it as defeat to Fischer. He was going on the expedition the same day as his direct rival or competitor so he was bent on performing better than his competitor. The presence of reporters among the clients who paid for the expedition also meant his actions would be published and known by the entire world as such he ignored the guiding principle that had always ensured a safe return for him.
Strategy: * Several barons would like to release King Richard, so form a alliance with Robin Hood (Merrymen). * Robin Hood spread his group to become larger and larger, even outside Sherwood Forest. * The main objective of Robin Hood is kill sheriff (Defensive). 4. Why not try to end the campaign by killing the Sheriff?