Gun Zhòng Tale: The Assassination AttemptǎGun Zhòng spoke to the marquis of L: “Prince Xio Bái is in J. Jis closer toǎǔǎǔǔQí than Lis. If he enters first, he will be like a lord in his own house and Jiū like aǔstranger come to visit. I beg you to loan me a fine horse so I can go on ahead and intercept him.” “How many armored troops will you need?” asked the marquis.“Thirty will be enough,” said Gun Zhòng.ǎIn the meantime, Prince Xio Bái had heard that Qí was leaderless and in confusion,ǎso after conferring with Bào Shúyá, he borrowed a force of 100 chariots from the viscount of J, so as to return to Qí. Gun Zhòng was just at this time racing night and day toǔǎintercept him with his small force. When he got to Jí Mò, he heard that troops of Jhadǔalready passed that way. He pursued them. After traveling another thirty lior so, he came upon the Jtroops. They had halted their chariots and were cooking a meal. Seeing Xioǔǎ
This is the end of the preview.
access the rest of the document.
Meantime, Chariot, Marksman, Guan Zhong, Prince Xiǎo Bái