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Apr 4th 2013 at 10:08:02 PM •••

"Mongol. After the last battle, two men betray their Khan Targutai, the rival and opponent of Temudjin (Genghis Khan), and bring his corpse to Temudjin. Temudjin ignores the body, and orders the two men executed, because they "betrayed their Khan"."

Um, can anyone who's seen the movie explain how this fits the description of the Unfriendly Fire trope?

"As detailed in "The Spell of War", the first mystery solved by Lord Darcy involved a case of this when he was an 18-year-old lieutenant in the autumn of the War of '39."

I haven't read that one. What exactly happened that makes it a trope example?

Edited by Candi
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