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《最后的决战》 第十一章 短兵相见

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CHAPTER ELEVEN THE PACE QUICKENS

QUICK as lightning,Rishda Tarkaan leaped back out of reach of the King’s sword. He was no coward,and would have fought single-handed against Tirian and the Dwarf if need were. But he could not take on the Eagle and the Unicorn as well. He knew how Eagles can fly into your face and peck at your eyes and blind you with their wings. And he had heard from his father (who had met Narnians in battle) that no man,except with arrows,or a long spear,can match a Unicorn,for it rears on its hind legs as it falls upon you and then you have its hoofs and its horn and its teeth to deal with all at once. So he rushed into the crowd and stood calling out:
“To me ,to me,warriors of The Tisroc , may -he - liveforever. To me,all loyal Narnians,lest the wrath of Tashlan fall upon you!”
While this was happening two other things happened as well. The Ape had not realized his danger as quickly as the Tarkaan.
For a second or so he remained squatting beside the fire staring at the newcomers. Then Tirian rushed upon the wretched creature, picked it up by the scruff of the neck,and dashed back to the stable shouting,“Open the door!”Poggin opened it.“Go and drink your own medicine,Shift!”said Tirian and hurled the Ape through into the darkness. But as the Dwarf banged the door shut again, a blinding greenish-blue light shone out from the inside of the stable,the earth shook,and there was a strange noise-a clucking and screaming as if it was the hoarse voice of some monstrous bird. The Beasts moaned and howled and called out“Tashlan! Hide us from him!”and many fell down,and many hid their faces in their wings or paws. No one except Farsight the Eagle,who has the best eyes of all living things,noticed the face of Rishda Tarkaan at that moment. And from what Farsight saw there he knew at once that Rishda was just as surprised,and nearly frightened,as everyone else.“There goes one,”thought Farsight,“who has called on gods he does not believe in. How will it be with him if they have really come ?”
The third thing-which also happened at the same moment-was the only really beautiful thing that night. Every single Talking Dog in the whole meeting (there were fifteen of them) came bounding and barking joyously to the King’s side. They were mostly great big dogs with thick shoulders and heavy jaws. Their coming was like the breaking of a great wave on the seabeach:it nearly knocked you down. For though they were Talking Dogs they were just as doggy as they could be:and they all stood up and put their front paws on the shoulders of the humans and licked their faces,all saying at once:“Welcome! Welcome! We’ll help,we’ll help, help,help. Show us how to help,show us how,how. How-how-how ?”
It was so lovely that it made you want to cry. This,at last, was the sort of thing they had been hoping for. And when,a moment later,several little animals (mice and moles and a squirrel or so) came pattering up,squealing with joy,and saying“See, see. We’re here,”and when,after that,the Bear and the Boar came too,Eustace began to feel that perhaps,after all, everything might be going to come right. But Tirian gazed round and saw how very few of the animals had moved.
“To me! to me!”he called.“Have you all turned cowards since I was your King ?”
“We daren’t,”whimpered dozens of voices.“Tashlan would be angry. Shield us from Tashlan.”
“Where are all the Talking Horses ?”asked Tirian.
“We’ve seen,we’ve seen,”squealed the Mice.“The Ape has made them work. They’re all tied-down at the bottom of the hill.”
“Then all you little ones,”said Tirian,“you nibblers and gnawers and nutcrackers,away with you as fast as you can scamper and see if the Horses are on our side. And if they are,get your teeth into the ropes and gnaw till the Horses are free and bring them hither.”
“With a good will,Sire,”came the small voices,and with a whisk of tails those sharp-eyed and sharp-toothed folk were off. Tirian smiled for mere love as he saw them go. But it was already time to be thinking of other things. Rishda Tarkaan was giving his orders.
“Forward,”he said.“Take all of them alive if you can and hurl them into the stable or drive them into it. When they are all in we will put fire to it and make them an offering to the great god Tash.”
“Ha!”said Farsight to himself.“So that is how he hopes to win Tash’s pardon for his unbelief.”
The enemy line-about half of Rishda’s force-was now moving forward,and Tirian had barely time to give his orders.
“Out on the left,Jill,and try to shoot all you may before they reach us. Boar and Bear next to her. Poggin on my left,Eustace on my right. Hold the right wing,Jewel. Stand by him,Puzzle,and use your hoofs. Hover and strike,Farsight. You Dogs,just behind us. Go in among them after the sword-play has begun. Aslan to our aid!”
Eustace stood with his heart beating terribly,hoping and hoping that he would be brave. He had never seen anything (though he had seen both a dragon and a seaserpent) that made his blood run so cold as that line of dark-faced bright-eyed men. There were fifteen Calormenes,a Talking Bull of Narnia,Slinkey the Fox, and Wraggle the Satyr. Then he heard twang-and-zipp on his left and one Calormene fell:then twang-andzipp again and the Satyr was down.“Oh,well done,daughter!”came Tirian’s voice; and then the enemy were upon them.
Eustace could never remember what happened in the next two minutes. It was all like a dream (the sort you have when your temperature is over 100) until he heard Rishda Tarkaan’s voice calling out from the distance:
“Retire. Back hither and re-form.”
Then Eustace came to his senses and saw the Calormenes scampering back to their friends. But not all of them. Two lay dead,pierced by Jewel’s horn,one by Tirian’s sword. The Fox lay dead at his own feet,and he wondered if it was he who had killed it. The Bull also was down,shot through the eye by an arrow from Jill and gashed in his side by the Boar’s tusk. But our side had its losses too. Three dogs were killed and a fourth was hobbling behind the line on three legs and whimpering. The Bear lay on the ground,moving feebly. Then it mumbled in its throaty voice, bewildered to the last,“I-I don’t understand,”laid its big head down on the grass as quietly as a child going to sleep,and never moved again.
In fact,the first attack had failed. Eustace didn’t seem able to be glad about it:he was so terribly thirsty and his arm ached so.
As the defeated Calormenes went back to their commander, the Dwarfs began jeering at them.
“Had enough,Darkies ?”they yelled.“Don’t you like it ? Why doesn’t your great Tarkaan go and fight himself instead of sending you to be killed ?Poor Darkies!”
“Dwarfs,”cried Tirian.“Come here and use your swords,not your tongues. There is still time. Dwarfs of Narnia! You can fight well,I know. Come back to your allegiance.”
“Yah!”sneered the Dwarfs.“Not likely. You’re just as big humbugs as the other lot. We don’t want any Kings. The Dwarfs are for the Dwarfs. Boo!”
Then the Drum began:not a Dwarf drum this time,but a big bull’s hide Calormene drum. The children from the very first hated the sound. Boom-boom-ba-ba-boom it went. But they would have hated it far worse if they had known what it meant. Tirian did. It meant that there were other Calormene troops somewhere near and that Rishda Tarkaan was calling them to his aid. Tirian and Jewel looked at one another sadly. They had just begun to hope that they might win that night:but it would be all over with them if new enemies appeared.
Tirian gazed despairingly round. Several Narnians were standing with the Calormenes,whether through treachery or in honest fear of“Tashlan”. Others were sitting still,staring,not likely to join either side. But there were fewer animals now:the crowd was much smaller. Clearly,several of them had just crept quietly away during the fighting.
Boom-boom-ba-ba-boom went the horrible drum. Then another sound began to mix with it.“Listen!”said Jewel:and then“Look!”said Farsight. A moment later there was no doubt what it was. With a thunder of hoofs,with tossing heads,widened nostrils,and waving manes,over a score of Talking Horses of Narnia came charging up the hill. The gnawers and nibblers had done their work.
Poggin the Dwarf and the children opened their mouths to cheer but that cheer never came. Suddenly the air was full of the sound of twanging bow-strings and hissing arrows. It was the Dwarfs who were shooting and-for a moment Jill could hardly believe her eyes-they were shooting the Horses. Dwarfs are deadly archers. Horse after Horse rolled over. Not one of those noble Beasts ever reached the King.
“Little Swine,”shrieked Eustace,dancing in his rage.“Dirty, filthy,treacherous little brutes.”Even Jewel said,“Shall I run after those Dwarfs,Sire,and spit ten of them on my horn at each plunge ? ”But Tirian with his face as stern as stone,said,“Stand fast,Jewel. If you must weep,sweetheart (this was to Jill),turn your face aside and see you wet not your bow-string. And peace, Eustace. Do not scold,like a kitchen-girl. No warrior scolds. Courteous words or else hard knocks are his only language.”
But the Dwarfs jeered back at Eustace.“That was a surprise for you,little boy,eh ? Thought we were on your side,did you ? No fear. We don’t want any Talking Horses. We don’t want you to win any more than the other gang. You can’t take us in. The Dwarfs are for the Dwarfs.”
Rishda Tarkaan was still talking to his men,doubtless making arrangements for the next attack and probably wishing he had sent his whole force into the first. The drum boomed on. Then,to their horror,Tirian and his friends heard,far fainter as if from a long way off,an answering drum. Another body of Calormenes had heard Rishda’s signal and were coming to support him. You would not have known from Tirian’s face that he had now given up all hope.
“Listen,”he whispered in a matter-of-fact voice,“we must attack now,before yonder miscreants are strengthened by their friends.”
“Bethink you,Sire,”said Poggin,“that here we have the good wooden wall of the stable at our backs. If we advance,shall we not be encircled and get sword-points between our shoulders ?”
“I would say as you do,Dwarf,”said Tirian.“Were it not their very plan to force us into the stable ? The further we are from its deadly door,the better.”
“The King is right,”said Farsight.“Away from this accursed stable,and whatever goblin lives inside it,at all costs.”
“Yes,do let’s,”said Eustace.“I’m coming to hate the very sight of it.”
“Good,”said Tirian.“Now look yonder to our left. You see a great rock that gleams white like marble in the firelight. First we will fall upon those Calormenes. You,maiden,shall move out on our left and shoot as fast as ever you may into their ranks: and you,Eagle,fly at their faces from the right. Meanwhile we others will be charging them. When we are so close,Jill,that you can no longer shoot at them for fear of striking us,go back to the white rock and wait. You others,keep your ears wide even in the fighting. We must put them to flight in a few minutes or else not at all,for we are fewer than they. As soon as I call Back,then rush to join Jill at the white rock,where we shall have protection behind us and can breathe awhile. Now,be off,Jill.”
Feeling terribly alone,Jill ran out about twenty feet,put her right leg back and her left leg forward,and set an arrow to her string. She wished her hands were not shaking so.“‘That’s a rotten shot!”she said as her first arrow sped towards the enemy and flew over their heads. But she had another on the string next moment: she knew that speed was what mattered. She saw something big and black darting into the faces of the Calormenes.’that was Farsight. First one man,and then another,dropped his sword and put up both his hands to defend his eyes. Then one of her own arrows hit a man,and another hit a Narnian wolf,who had,it seemed, joined the enemy. But she had been shooting only for a few seconds when she had to stop. With a flash of swords and of the Boar’s tusks and Jewel’s horn,and with deep baying from the dogs, Tirian and his party were rushing on their enemies,like men in a hundred yards’ race. Jill was astonished to see how unprepared the Calormenes seemed to be. She did not realize that this was the result of her work and the Eagle’s. Very few troops can keep on looking steadily to the front if they are getting arrows in their faces from one side and being pecked by an eagle on the other.
“Oh well done. Well done!”shouted Jill. The King’s party were cutting their way right into the enemy. The Unicorn was tossing men as you’d toss hay on a fork. Even Eustace seemed to Jill (who after all didn’t know very much about swordsmanship) to be fighting brilliantly. The Dogs were at the Calormenes’ throats. It was going to work! It was victory at last-With a horrible,cold shock Jill noticed a strange thing. Though Calormenes were falling at each Narnian sword-stroke,they never seemed to get any fewer. In fact,there were actually more of them now than when the fight began. There were more every second. They were running up from every side. They were new Calormenes. These new ones had spears. There was such a crowd of them that she could hardly see her own friends. Then she heard Tirian’s voice crying:
“Back! To the rock!”
The enemy had been reinforced. The drum had done its work.



第十一章 短兵相见

泰坎•利什达犹如闪电般迅速跳了回去,躲开了国王的剑。倒不是因为他懦弱,如有必要,他会独自迎战蒂里安和小矮人们。但他根本不是老鹰和独角兽的对手。他知道老鹰会飞到他脸上啄瞎他, 用翅膀蒙住他的眼睛,叫他什么也看不到。他还从他父亲那儿听说(他在战争中遭遇过纳尼亚军队):除非射箭或用长矛,否则没人能战胜独角兽,因为它向你扑过来时,后腿也站了起来,那时你就得立刻同时对付它的蹄子、独角和牙齿。所以利什达随即跑到群众里,站着大喊:
“听着,听我指挥,蒂斯罗克的战士们。还有忠诚的纳尼亚子民们!不然,塔什兰的愤怒就会降临到你们头上去!”
与此同时,还发生了两件事。无尾猿没有利什达的反应快,刚开始的一两秒,它还呆呆地蹲在篝火旁,望着突然出现的国王和动物们。随后,蒂里安朝他猛扑过去,一把抓住它的脊背把它高高地拎起来,冲到马厩前面,大叫了一声:“开门!”波金就把马厩的门打开了。
“自饮毒酒吧,诡谲!”蒂里安把无尾猿往黑暗的马厩里扔了过去。然而,当小矮人“嘭”的一声把门关上后,一道炫目的蓝绿色强光突然从马厩里照射出来,大地被震动了,一种奇怪的声音出现——咯、咯、咯地好像什么怪鸟的嘶鸣声。动物们呜咽着、号哭着, 大声呼喊道:“塔什兰!赶快隐蔽,别叫他看见!”兽民们纷纷卧倒, 把脸藏在翅膀或脚爪下。此刻,除了眼睛最好的老鹰,没有一个人注意到利什达的脸。千里眼老鹰根据他看到情景推测:利什达跟他们一样奇怪和惶恐。“那个神走了,”老鹰暗想,“是他呼唤了他不信奉的神祗,现在神真的来了,他会怎么样呢?”
随后发生的第三件事,是那晚唯一美好的事情。十五只会说话的狗每一只欢快地叫着跳着跑到国王身边。它们大多数都是了不起的大狗,肩膀厚实,上下颚厚重。大家来势汹汹犹如巨浪冲击海滩, 差点把人都冲翻了。他们虽然会说话,却仍尚未脱离狗的本性。他们用后腿站着,把前腿的爪子搭在人们的肩膀上,用舌头舔舔他们的脸, 说道:“欢迎!欢迎!我们要帮忙,帮忙,帮忙。告诉我们怎么做, 怎么,怎么……怎么……怎么做?”
这情景如此动人啊,简直让你想哭了。因为,他们一直期盼的景象总算是出现了。不久,几只小动物,老鼠和鼹鼠和一只松鼠等嗒嗒嗒地走过来,嘴里还高兴地吱吱吱地叫唤个不停,说道:“看,看, 我们来了。”此后,熊和野猪也跟来了,尤斯塔斯开始觉得,这一切总算走上正轨了,事情变得更加顺利了。然而蒂里安向四周打量着, 发觉有所行动的野兽数量仍然比较少。
“听我的!听我指挥!”他高喊道,“自从我做了你们的国王, 你们都变成懦夫了吗?”
“我们不敢,”十几个声音呜咽道,“塔什兰会震怒的,替我们挡住那塔什兰吧。”
“所有会说话的马儿都去哪儿了?”蒂里安问道。
“我们知道,见过的,”老鼠吱吱叫道,“无尾猿让它们干活。

它们都累坏了,就在小山脚下呢。”
“你们这些小不点儿,”蒂里安说道,“你们这些擅长啃噬, 甚至能把硬壳咬碎的小家伙们,尽快跑到山底下去吧,看看马儿能不能跟我们一起?如果可以的话,请你们用上坚硬的牙齿咬断绳索, 一直帮助他们恢复自由为止,然后请把他们带到这儿来。”
“遵命,陛下。”小家伙们尖声细语地回答道。他们把尾巴轻轻那么一甩,这些眼神好、牙齿好的小家伙们很快就跑远了。蒂里安看着他们远去的背影,露出了和蔼慈爱的微笑。但还有很多事情需要他考虑呢,现在必须行动起来了,因为利什达正在下令呢。
“冲上去,”利什达说,“如果你们能做到,最好把他们全部活捉, 然后把他们统统丢进或赶进马厩去。然后,我们就放火烧掉马厩,把他们作为祭品献给伟大的塔什神。”
“哈哈!”老鹰对自己说,“原来他指望这样来争取塔什的宽恕啊。”
敌人的阵线——多半是利什达的军队——在向前推进,没有时间多想,蒂里安命令道:
“从左边出击,姬尔,尽你的全力阻挡敌人。野猪和熊跟着她。波金和尤斯塔斯跟我一起,一个在左,一个在右边。珍宝你守住右翼。迷惑你到珍宝旁边去,把蹄子用起来,勇敢作战。千里眼老鹰, 你就在天空盘旋、出击。你们这些大狗,暂且守卫后方。开始交战后, 你们要乘机闯进敌人中间去。愿阿斯兰保佑!”
尤斯塔斯呆站着,心怦怦地直跳着,他希望,希望自己能大胆勇敢。看着眼前的队伍中,一张张深色皮肤两眼发光的脸庞,他感觉浑身的血液都是凉的,这是他从未有过的感觉,尽管过去他也曾亲眼见过飞龙和海蛇。敌军有十五个卡乐门士兵、一头来自纳尼亚的会说话的公牛、狐狸斯林基,还有半神半兽的森林之神拉格尔。突然他听到左边“嘣”一声弓响,“嗖”一声放箭声,一个卡乐门士兵倒下了; 紧接着又是一下,半神半兽的森林之神也倒下了。“好,射得好,姑娘!”蒂里安连声赞扬道。紧接着,敌人向他们发起了猛烈的进攻。
在这两分钟内发生了些什么,尤斯塔斯已经回忆不起来了。他陷入了一种奇怪的心境,一切就好像做梦一样,就像发高烧时的那种梦境。终于,他听见利什达在远处高喊:
“撤退。回去,重振旗鼓。”
接着尤斯塔斯清醒了,他看见卡乐门士兵惊慌失措地朝后方撤退,很多人都倒在路上。珍宝用它的独角戳死一个,蒂里安用宝剑杀死了一个,那只狐狸死在他的脚边,他想不起来是不是自己杀了他。公牛也倒下了,眼睛中了姬尔一箭,胁部被野猪獠开了。我方的损失也不少,三条狗牺牲了,第四条狗也断了一条腿,在后面步履蹒跚地跟着,嘴里不停地呜咽哀鸣。熊虚弱地躺在地上,微微颤动着。它最终还是不明白,喉咙里咕哝着:“我……我不懂。”接着就像进入梦境的孩子一样,大脑袋安静地落在草地上,永远不能再动了。
显然,敌人的第一次攻击被击败了。尤斯塔斯对此不怎么高兴, 他渴得厉害,胳膊也疼得要命。
落败的卡乐门士兵回到指挥官那儿时,小矮人们便开始嘲讽他们。
“打够了,黑皮?”他们叫道,“你们不是喜欢打仗吗?怎么伟大的泰坎自己不去作战,却派你们去送死?可怜的黑皮!”
“小矮人们,”蒂里安喊道,“过来吧,举起你们的宝剑,可别光打口水仗,时间有的是。纳尼亚的小矮人们,我知道,你们打仗很厉害。快来效忠你们的国家。”
“呀!”小矮人们嘲笑道,“不见得吧。你们跟他们一大帮子都一样,全是骗子。我们小矮人压根不需要国王,我们只为自己奋斗, 呸!”
战鼓再次敲响:这一次敲响的不再是小矮人的小鼓,而是卡乐门的公牛皮大鼓。孩子们原本就讨厌这种鼓声,可它偏偏一直那么嘭、吧、吧、吧、嘭地响着。如果孩子们了解其中的含义,一定会更加讨厌它了。可是蒂里安却清楚,这鼓点声是敌军附近的卡乐门军队请求支援。蒂里安和珍宝面面相觑,刚开始他们还指望着今夜兴许能够获胜,可是如果真有大批敌军支援,他们就全完了。
蒂里安绝望地看了看四周。几个纳尼亚兽民不知是背信弃义, 还是出于害怕,正跟卡乐门的士兵们站在一起。大部分兽民仍一动也不动坐在那里,目不转睛地观战,毫无参战之意。然而,兽民的人数少了许多,群体更小了。很明显,不少兽民已经趁着激战偷偷溜走了。
嘭、吧、吧、嘭,那可怕的鼓声还在继续。这时另一种声音混杂了进来。“听!”珍宝说。“看!”老鹰道。片刻之后,谜底被揭开了,这是马蹄声!二十多匹会说话的马,正摇头晃脑,鼻孔大张, 鬃毛抖擞地冲上山来。那些擅长啃噬的小家伙们做足了功夫,马儿们成群结队赶来支援了。
小矮人波金和孩子们不仅张嘴欢呼起来,可惜还没发出声音呢, 就被一阵密集的弓弦声和射箭声打断了。嘣嘣嘣!嗖嗖嗖!射箭的居然是小矮人们——姬尔简直不敢自己的眼睛——是他们在向马群射箭。要知道小矮人的箭术是一流的,他们更是致人死命的射手。二十多匹马,一个接一个倒在地上。没有一匹高贵的马到达国王身边。
“小混蛋”尤斯塔斯气得跳脚,尖声骂道,“肮脏龌龊,背信弃义的小畜生。”就连珍宝都气得说:“我能否追上那些小矮人,用我的独角来那么一下,刺穿他十个?”可是,蒂里安面色严峻得就像雕塑那样,说道:“站住,珍宝!宝贝儿,”对姬尔说,“如果一定要哭,请转过脸去,别让泪水打湿了弓弦。尤斯塔斯,安静点, 别像个厨娘一样骂人。战士可不会骂人。礼貌的言辞和强悍的攻击, 是战士们唯一的语言。”
小矮人们对尤斯塔斯嘲笑道:“大吃一惊了啊,小男孩,啊? 你以为我们是站在你们这边的吗?别害怕,我们不想要那些会讲话的马儿。因为我们不希望你们任何一边赢。你们谁也骗不倒我们,小矮人只为自己奋斗。”
利什达仍在跟他的部下喊话,显然是部署第二次攻击,看起来他似乎会让整支部队当成先头部队作战,战鼓咚咚作响。而接下来, 令他们更加惶恐的是,蒂里安和他的朋友们听到从远方传来的遥相呼应的轻微鼓声。显然,另一支卡乐门部队已经听到了利什达的信号, 正赶来支援。蒂里安已经完全绝望了,但从他脸上可一点也瞧不出来。
“听着,”他镇定地低语道,“我们必须现在发起攻击,趁敌人的支援还没来。”
“请您再考虑一下,陛下,”波金说,“在这里我们至少还有马厩坚实的木板墙遮挡背部。假如我们现在就挺进,有没有可能陷入包围圈,腹背受敌?”
“我明白你的意思,小矮人,”蒂里安说道,“可是他们不就是想要把我们逼进马厩吗?那我们就应该离那该死的门越远越好。”
“国王说得对,”老鹰说道,“我们一定要离开这讨厌的马厩, 哪怕付出一切,不管它里边藏着什么妖魔。”
“是啊,让我们赶紧离开吧,”尤斯塔斯说道,“我现在一看见它就生气。”
“好的,”蒂里安说道,“你们看左边,那里有一块大石头, 在火光闪耀着雪白的光彩,就跟大理石一样。让我们先去袭击那里的卡乐门士兵,小姐,你到我们左边来,尽可能快地朝他们射箭;老鹰, 你从左边袭击他们的脸。同时我们其他的人马要向他们猛冲而去。当我们靠近敌人时,姬尔,你要停止射箭,免得伤了自己人,然后回到那块白石头那儿等候。其他人注意,作战中也要随时注意倾听。我们只有几分钟时间,却要尽量把他们打散,不然根本没用,毕竟我们的人数太少。我一喊后退,你们就赶紧跑到石头那儿与姬尔会合。在石头的掩护下,我们还可以稍微喘口气。现在,出发吧,姬尔。”
姬尔跑开二十英尺左右,摆开架势,搭弓上箭。单独出击令姬尔感到非常害怕,她真希望能控制双手,别抖得那么厉害。第一支箭迅速射向敌人,但是没有射中。“这一箭射得可真糟。”她说道。但她随即立刻搭上了第二支箭,她知道,速度是重要的,只有这样才能打得敌人措手不及。这时,她看到一个又大又黑的东西,直扑到卡乐门士兵脸上,那是千里眼老鹰。很快的,卡乐门士兵们一个接着一个,纷纷丢下手中的剑,举起双手捂住眼睛。她则击中了一个士兵, 还有一头纳尼亚狼,那只狼加入了敌人的队伍。但没射几下,她就不得不停止了攻击。
蒂里安他们用百米赛跑般的速度朝敌人猛冲过去,一时之间剑光闪闪,野猪和珍宝凭借獠牙和独角在敌人的队伍里横冲直撞,狗儿们不时发出吠叫呐喊的声音。姬尔注意到卡乐门士兵全部慌了神, 对此她相当吃惊,完全没有意识到正是她和老鹰的杰作。毕竟在利箭和老鹰尖嘴的同时攻击下,恐怕没几个人还能坚持紧盯正面战线。
“哦,干得漂亮!”姬尔大叫着。国王带领的小分队已经攻进敌阵。独角兽的独角挑起敌人,犹如农夫在用叉子挑动干柴。在姬尔看来,就连尤斯塔斯的表现也相当不错,毕竟她不太了解剑术。大狗们见着卡乐门士兵就死死咬住他们的喉咙。国王的战斗计划进行得非常顺利。胜利在望——姬尔突然打了个寒战,她注意到一件奇怪的事情。
在蒂里安的利剑下,卡乐门士兵一个一个都倒下了,可是看起来, 卡乐门士兵的数量却不仅没有减少,反而越来越多了。几乎每一秒钟都有新的卡乐门士兵赶来,加入到战斗中。而且这些刚刚赶到的士兵手里都握着尖利的长矛。敌人越来越多了,姬尔甚至找不到她的战友了。紧接着她听到蒂里安喊声:“撤!退到白石头那儿去!”
敌人的支援部队到了,鼓声起作用了。


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