The Merry Men are the children of the Merry Men from the folklore of Robin Hood. They are all close friends and form a band together, though it is unclear how many of them there are. Their leader is Sparrow Hood. Ever since the destiny conflict erupted, there's been tension among the group members because some identify as Rebels and others as Royals.
The Merry Men have a shared fashion identity, but their personalities aren't as easily matched. While Sparrow is the uncontested leader of the group, his choices aren't necessarily the others' choices. Especially in regards to the Royal-Rebel conflict, opinions are divided on which is the right path to follow.
The Merry Men have a uniform look of green, gray, brown, and yellow. They tend to wear t-shirts with sleeveless jackets and accessorize with lots of spikes, fitting their image as a rock band.
- Main article: Robin Hood
Robin Hood is the father of Sparrow, while Tucker is the son of Friar Tuck.
On the night of the True Hearts dance, the Merry Men hold band practice with Sparrow Hood in a remote cabin, drawing Duchess Swan and Headmaster Grimm away from the dance.They go to the Thronecoming dance.
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They attend the Spring Fairest.