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Chapter 118: You Guys Aren't The Border Guards
Ning Shu sat down in her tent and took off the cushions that were tied around her legs. After marching for such a long time, the saddle had already rubbed her thighs raw. It was thanks to having these cushions that the condition of her thighs hadn't gotten worse.
She sprinkled some medicinal powder over the red areas. Suddenly, she seemed to hear the sound of a girl screaming for help.
She hastily exited the tent. Outside, the sun was setting. She could faintly hear the sound of horse hooves.
Ning Shu climbed onto a tree to look around and saw that there were about twenty Huns on horseback chasing after a running woman for sport.
All of the men had heartless smiles on their faces as they played this cruel game of cat and mouse.
Ning Shu was furious. She jumped off the tree and headed straight towards the largest tent. Entering the tent, she said, "Marshal, I discovered traces of Tartars ahead. I hope Marshal can a.s.sign this general a squadron of soldiers."
When Shen Feng heard this, he asked the high-ranking officers in the tent, "Who is willing to go with the left vanguard?"
Princess Jiahui's status was only below Shen Feng's, but none of these men were willing to be under the command of a woman.
When Ning Shu saw their att.i.tudes, she swung her whip and said, "Come with this princess, or this princess will whip you to death!"
Duan Xinghui was the first to step out, then Shen Feng a.s.signed about a hundred people to Ning Shu and they started heading towards that direction.
When they reached the Huns, the Huns had already caught the woman and ripped apart her clothing.
The Huns encircled this woman with obscene smiles and their laughter mixed with the sound of the woman's angry and panicked shouts.
Ning Shu was so angry steam was practically rising from her head. She drove her horse over and whipped the man that was on top of the woman.
That man was in the process of lifting his spear when the whip struck his back. He felt a burst of pain, then numbness all over.
Ning Shu's lash had injured the man's vertebra and for a moment he was immobilized.
Everyone was shocked by this sudden development and stared dumbstruck at the person who had swung the whip.
Ning Shu took advantage of this moment to lean down, grab the woman's elbow, and pull her up onto the horse.
The woman looked at Ning Shu blankly and seemed to feel herself sink into Ning Shu's clear, cold eyes.
When the Tartars saw that their spoils of war had been s.n.a.t.c.hed away, they immediately started shouting furiously. The Huns had always been successful in all their endeavors here at the border and had never encountered an event like this before.
Ning Shu took off her red cloak and draped it over the woman. The woman seemed lost in shock up until the moment the cloak was draped over her. Upon feeling that sensation, she shivered, then lowered her head.
The troops caught up with Ning Shu in just a few moments. When Duan Xinghui saw the Huns, he looked as angry as if he was facing a personal sworn enemy. Last time he had fallen into these Huns' scheme and even lost his position as general due to it.
At first the Huns were angrily shouting some things that Ning Shu couldn't understand but when they saw that so many people had appeared, one of the Huns stammered in the language of Great Yong, "Y-you… you guys aren't the border guards."
All the soldiers stationed at the border had already been traumatized by them and would avoid them as much as possible. This was the main reason they were able to act so recklessly on Great Yong's land.
Chapter 119: First Follower
In the end, the Tartar was whipped to death by the woman. Perhaps it was due to Ning Shu's bad example, or perhaps it was because the woman hated the Tartar that tried to violate her to the bone, but she aimed the first lash straight for his 'down there.'
This was a man's weakest part. To a man, getting whipped in this area was pretty much equivalent to losing half his life. Thus, all the men present felt a chill near their crotch. Upon seeing the tragic b.l.o.o.d.y sight of what was left of the Tartar, even the soldiers of Great Yong felt terrified.
Only when the Tartar died did the woman burst out crying. She sobbed heartbreakingly and cried out for her mom and dad.
After a while, she wiped away her tears and walked to Ning Shu before falling to her knees and offering up the whip with both hands. Due to this movement, the cloak lifted and revealed some of her skin.
However, all the men quickly lowered their heads, not daring to look. The event earlier had destroyed all the l.u.s.t they had.
Ning Shu took the whip and looked at the woman in front of her. Her skin was slightly dark, characteristic of people living near the border, and her hair was very thick. She couldn't be said to be very beautiful, but her thick eyebrows made her appear to have a very firm and persistent personality.
"General, please let me follow you and go into battle to kill the Tartars," the woman requested. "I no longer have any place to go. The Tartars have killed my family and destroyed my home."
Ning Shu reached out and pulled her onto the horse before asking, "What's your name? You can stay with me from now on."
"I… this servant, this commoner, this humble…" The woman couldn't figure out how to refer to herself and her face flushed.
"You can just call yourself 'this servant.' From now on, you will be serving me, so you can call me 'princess.'"
Actually, Ning Shu had been wanting to have a woman with her. It would make things much more convenient.
"Princess?" The woman looked at Ning Shu in astonishment. It was clear she hadn't expected for a nation's princess to actually come to the border and fight in war.
"This servant begs Princess to grant this servant a name. Princess saved this servant's life, so this servant's life belongs to Princess!" The woman declared with conviction. Her voice was solemn and resolute.
A smile appeared on Ning Shu's face. Who said that women couldn't compare to men? Perhaps they couldn't compare to men in physical strength, but a woman's tenaciousness shouldn't be underestimated.
"From now on, you will serve me. I grant you the name 'Cai Sang.'" Ning Shu was pretty happy. She finally had followers of her own! Even if it was just one person, this person belonged completely to her.
Earlier, when she wanted to lead people here, not a single person had paid heed to her.
These men all looked down on woman. Even though she was a princess, due to her gender, they viewed her simply as a woman. They believed that all women should just stay home and raise kids, and that the battlefield was the playground for men.
Cai Sang respected Ning Shu a lot. She went to the side to change, but when she came back she didn't sit with Ning Shu and instead walked beside her to lead the horse for her.
"Capture these Tartars and bring them back for interrogation. They're probably scouts." Ning Shu gave the command with cold indifference.
She had to keep up this act of being cold and unfeeling perfectly. In reality, acting cool wasn't easy at all ah.
Just as Ning Shu turned her horse around and was about to head back to camp, she heard the sound of horse hooves. From the sound of it, there were quite a lot of people.
Her expression turned serious and she instructed Duan Xinghui, "Hurry and shoot a signal flare."
Duan Xinghui immediately pulled out a signal flare and shot it into the sky where it exploded.
#comment: The name Cai Sang is made of the words 'color' and 'mulberry tree.'