Act 3 Scene 2
Bardolph enters crying ).Nym and Pistol state that the they would rather stay alive than fight . The Welsh captain, Fluellen, sees them standing still and starts to beat them while shouting at them.
When Nym makes a sarcastic remark, Fluellen starts to beat him until he and the others leave. The Boy, who formerly served Falstaff, stays behind and comments that he must find a new set of masters other than the three thieves for whom he has no respect.
After a verbal exchange from the French Dauphin, King Henry V of England invades France to claim the throne he thinks should be his. Henry halts an assassination plot, gives powerful speeches, and wins many battles against the odds. By the end, he impresses and marries the Princess of France, therefore linking the two nations.