Karl Stülpner (1762 - 1841) is considered to be the Saxon version of Robin Hood. (Stülpner definitely existed, whereas Robin Hood might be just a myth.) He was a rebel, poacher, defender of the poor, soldier, manufacturer, ect. His dream was an employment as hunter, but according to the myth, the authorities didn't let him. (Hunting was also a privilege of the noblemen in these times.) That's why he started to make his own rules and became the 'lord of the forest', sometimes accompanied by other poachers. But still, he did not want to be a criminal, this was just his last defense against the opression of the landlords.
I know it pretty vague because those are just drawings, but I'll give it a try. Just for fun.