"Fiver, there’s been some trouble: Hazel’s been shot."
"The Black Rabbit serves Lord Frith, he does no more than his appointed task."
"Hazel’s not dead."
Love this scene. Frail Fiver is told by two strong rabbits that Hazel, his leader, has been killed, but is not able to let his friend go. The way he says “Hazel’s not dead” and runs off to rescue him shows a different facet of his personality; despite earlier on in the film appearing scared and weak, when everybody else decides to leave Hazel for dead, he won’t give up on him. He has moral conviction.