For we know already that it is Ahgi Wynnaki which commands them, even the Butcher
of Malay; for both Manegus and I, myself, did fight against him in years past; and
he is a fierce and cunning man of war, being himself the greatest general of the
And to all these things has Kronus added even greater glory; for the whole empire
is made most fully aware of how this Kronus, with but five thousand men only, defeated
the one hundred thousand warriors of the Chen.
Causing that the great Butcher of Malay should kill himself because of shame and
black despair. Who then will sing the songs of war about this Ahgi Wynnaki, except
they first sing of Kronus and his five thousand?