As they came within ten yards of the circle of men Dao let out a savage yell, dropped the reins from his hands, grabbed hold of his sword with one hand and clutched at the side of the car with the other. Wu did the same, but Po, an arrow nocked and ready, kept careful aim, either oblivious of the impact to come or totally unconcerned. When they were just yards away and Wu could see the fear in the Yue soldiers’ eyes, Po let loose, his arrow slamming into and then out of the chest of the soldier directly in front of him. The last thing Wu saw was the man’s eyes go wide before their horses reared and their chariot slammed into King Yi’s line. After that everything went black.
State of Chu
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