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  且說鄧芝回見孔明,言魏延、陳式如此無禮。孔明笑曰:「魏延素有反相,吾知彼常有不平之意;因憐其勇而用之。久後必生患害。」

  正言間,忽流星馬報到,說陳式折了四千餘人,止有四五百帶傷人馬,屯在谷中。孔明令鄧芝再來箕谷撫慰陳式,防其生變;一面喚馬岱、王平分付曰:「斜谷若有魏兵把守,汝二人引本部軍越山嶺,夜行晝伏,速出祈山之左,舉火為號。」又喚馬忠、張翼分付曰:「汝等亦從山僻小路,晝伏夜行,逕出祈山之右,舉火為號。與馬岱、王平會合,共劫曹真營寨。吾自從谷中三面攻之,魏兵可破也。」

  四人領命分頭引兵去了。孔明又喚關興、廖化分付曰:「如此如此。」兩人受了密計,引兵而去。孔明自領精兵倍道而行。正行間,又喚吳班、吳懿授與密計,亦引兵先行。

  卻說曹真心中不信蜀兵來,以此怠慢,縱令軍士歇息;只等十日無事,要羞司馬懿。不覺守了七日,忽有人報說谷中有些小蜀兵出來。真令副將秦良引五千兵哨探,不許縱令蜀軍近界。秦良領命,引兵剛到谷中,哨見蜀兵退去。良急引兵趕來,行到五六十里,不見蜀兵,心下疑惑,教軍士下馬歇息。忽哨馬報說:「前面有蜀兵埋伏。」良上馬看時,只見山中塵土大起,急令軍士隄防。

  不一時,四壁廂喊聲大震:前面吳班、吳懿以兵殺出,背後關興、廖化引兵殺來。左右是山,皆無路走。山上蜀兵大叫:「下馬投降者免死!」魏軍大半多降。秦良死戰,被廖化一刀斬下於馬下。孔明把降卒拘於後軍,卻將魏兵衣甲與蜀軍五千人穿了,扮作魏兵,令關興、廖化、吳班、吳懿四將引著,逕奔曹真寨來;先令報馬入寨說:「只有些小蜀兵,盡趕去了。」

  真大喜。忽報司馬都督差心腹人至。真喚入問之。其人告曰:「今蜀兵用埋伏計,殺魏兵四千餘人。司馬都督致意將軍,教休將賭寨為念,務要用心隄備。」真曰:「吾這裏並無一個蜀兵。」遂打發來人回去。忽又報秦良引兵回來了。真自出帳迎之。比及到寨,人報前後兩處火起。真急回寨後看時,關興、廖化、吳班、吳懿四將,指髦蜀軍,就營前殺將進來;馬岱、王平從後面殺來;馬忠、張翼亦引兵殺到。魏兵措手不及,各自逃生。眾將保曹真望東而走,背後蜀兵趕來。

  曹真正奔走,忽然喊聲大震,一彪軍殺到。真膽戰心驚;視之,乃司馬懿也。懿大戰一場,蜀兵方退。真得脫,羞慚無地。懿曰:「諸葛亮奪了祈山地勢,吾等不可久居此處;宜去渭濱安營,再作良圖。」真曰:「仲達何以知吾遭此大敗也?」懿曰:「見來人報稱子丹說並無一個蜀兵,吾料孔明暗來劫寨,因此知之,故相接應。今果中計。切莫言賭賽之事,只同心報國。」曹真甚是惶恐,氣成疾病,臥床不起。兵屯渭濱,懿恐軍心有亂,不敢教真引兵。

  卻說孔明大驅士馬,復出祈山。勞軍以畢,魏延、陳式、杜瓊、張嶷四將入帳拜伏請罪。孔明曰:「是誰失陷了軍來?」延曰:「陳式不廳號令,潛入谷口,以此大敗。」式曰:「此事魏延教我行來。」孔明曰:「他倒救你,你反攀他!將令以違,不必巧說!」即令武士推出陳式斬之。須臾,懸首於帳前,以示諸將。此時孔明不殺魏延,欲留之以為後用也。


36 When Deng Zhi told his chief of the bad behavior of Chen Shi and Wei Yan, Zhuge Liang only laughed.
37 Said he, "Wei Yan has been disposed to disobey and resent. However, I value his valor and dedication, and so I have employed him. But he will do real harm some day."

38 Then came a messenger, who reported, "Chen Shi had fallen into an ambush and lost more than four thousand troops. He has led his remained five hundred horse back to the gorge."

39 Zhuge Liang sent Deng Zhi back again to Gu Valley to console with Chen Shi and so keep him from actual mutiny.

40 Then Zhuge Liang called to his tent Ma Dai and Wang Ping, and said, "If there are any troops of Wei in the Xie Valley, you are to go across the mountains, marching by night and concealing yourselves by day, and make for the east of Qishan. When you arrive, make a fire as a signal."

41 Next he gave orders to Ma Zheng and Zhang Ni, saying, "You are to follow the by-roads to the west of Qishan. You are also to march by night and conceal by day. Then you are to join up with Ma Dai and Wang Ping. The four of you shall make a joint attack on Cao Zhen's camp. I shall lead the army through the valley and attack the camp in the center."

42 After the four Generals left, Guan Xing and Liao Hua also received secret orders.

43 The armies marched rapidly. Not long after starting, two other detachments led by Hu Ban and Wu Yi received secret orders and left the main body.

44 The doubts about the coming of the Shu army made Cao Zhen careless, and he allowed his soldiers to become slack and rest. He only thought of getting through the allotted ten days, when he would have the laugh against his colleague.

45 Seven of the days had passed, when a scout reported a few odd men of Shu in the valley. Cao Zhen sent Qin Liang with five thousand troops to reconnoiter and keep them at a distance.

46 Qin Liang he led his troops to the entrance of the valley. As soon as he arrived, the enemy retired. Qin Liang went after them, but they had disappeared. He was perplexed and puzzled, and while trying to decide, he told the troops to dismount and rest.

47 But almost immediately he heard a shout, and ambushing troops appeared in front of him. He jumped on his horse to look about him, and saw a great cloud of dust rising among the hills. He disposed his troops for defense, but the shouting quickly came nearer, and then Hu Ban and Wu Yi appeared advancing towards him. Retreat was impossible for Guan Xing and Liao Hua had blocked the road.

48 The hills were on both sides, and from the hill-tops came shouts of "Dismount and yield!"

49 More than half did surrender. Qin Liang rode out to fight, but he was slain by Liao Hua.

50 Zhuge Liang put the Wei soldiers who had come over to his side in one of the rear divisions. With their dress and arms, he disguised five thousand of his own troops so that they looked like his enemies, and then he sent this division---under Guan Xing, Liao Hua, Wu Yi, and Hu Ban---to raid Cao Zhen's camp. Before they reached the camp, they sent one of their number ahead as a galloper to tell Cao Zhen that there had been only a few men of Shu and they had all been chased out of sight, and so lull him into security.

51 This news satisfied Cao Zhen.

52 But just then a trusty messenger from Sima Yi came with a message: "Our troops have fallen into an ambush, and many have been killed. Do not think any more about the wager: That is canceled. But take most careful precautions."

53 "But there is not a single soldier of Shu near," said Cao Zhen.

54 He told the messenger to go back. Just then they told him Qin Liang's army had returned, and he went out to meet them. Just as he got near, someone remarked that some torches had flared up in the rear of his camp. He hastened thither to see. As soon as he was out of sight, the four leaders waved on their troops and dashed up to the camp. At the same time Ma Dai and Wang Ping came up behind, and Ma Zheng and Zhang Yi came out.

55 The soldiers of Wei were trapped and helpless. They scattered and fled for life. Cao Zhen, protected by his generals, fled away eastward. The enemy chased them closely. As Cao Zhen fled there arose a great shouting, and up came an army at full speed. Cao Zhen thought all was lost, and his heart sank, but it was Sima Yi, who drove off the pursuers.

56 Though Cao Zhen was saved, he was almost too ashamed to show his face.

57 Then said Sima Yi, "Zhuge Liang has seized Qishan, and we cannot remain here. Let us go to River Wei, whence we may try to recover our lost ground."

58 "How did you know I was in danger of defeat?" asked Cao Zhen.

59 "My messenger told me that you said there was not a single soldier of Shu near, and I knew Zhuge Liang would try to seize your camp. So I came to your help. The enemy's plan succeeded, but we will say no more about that wager. We must both do our best for the country."

60 But the fright and excitement made Cao Zhen ill, and he took to his bed. And while the army were in such a state of disorder, Sima Yi was afraid to advise a return. They camped at River Wei.

61 After this adventure Zhuge Liang hastened back to Qishan. After the soldiers had been feasted and services recognized, the four discontented leaders---Wei Yan, Chen Shi, Du Qiong, and Zhang Ni---came to the tent to apologize.

62 "Who caused the loss?" said Zhuge Liang.

63 Wei Yan said, "Chen Shi disobeyed orders and rushed into the valley."

64 "Wei Yan told me to," said Chen Shi.

65 "Would you still try to drag him down after he rescued you?" said Zhuge Liang. "However, when orders have been disobeyed, it is useless to try and gloze it over."

66 Zhuge Liang sentenced Chen Shi to death, and he was led away. Soon they brought his head into the presence of the assembled generals. Zhuge Liang spared Wei Yan as there was yet work for him to accomplish.



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