The Umaeian warriors were shocked. The cavalry charge had just been completely obliterated. Many were scared, but the general of the great army, now with reinforcments, numbered 90,000 spear warriors and axe warriors. Maybe, if they all charged, the could overhwelm the small army of only 30,000 Azuran infantry.
The archers, numbering 2,000, filled the air with arrows which were aimed at the Azurans and Allouxians.
The whole army charged foward, in rage. As they charged, they could see the Allouxians march their army over the hills to where the Azurans were.