It turned out that Guo Jing’s master was the greatest cavalry general in Chinese history
Despite being a supporting role in the martial arts novel Kim Dung, Guo Jing’s first master was a real hero in history.
The image of the hero Triet Biet was novelized by writer Kim Dung in the novel “Hero of the Condor”. In this work, he took on the name of Guo Jing’s master while in Mongolia.
The first portrait of Guo Jing’s master on the screen
Quach Tinh is the main character in the famous novel “The Condor Heroes” and also a supporting character in the “The Condor Heroes” by writer Kim Dung.
According to the description of Kim Dung, Quach Tinh is the son of Quach Khieu Thien and Ly Binh, calling Quach Thinh (the character in the story “Water Margin”, one of the 108 heroes of Luong Son Bac) as his great-grandfather. The name Quach Tinh was given by Taoist Toan Chan, Truong Xuan Tu Khuu Xu Co with the meaning that he and his sworn brother Duong Khang would not forget the humiliation of Tinh Khang of Dai Tong in the past.
The image of Quach Tinh was played by actor Ly A Bang in the 2003 version of “The Condor Heroes”.
According to the novel, Quach Tinh is stupid and slow, clumsy with his mouth, a bit silly, but generous, honest, brave, and good-natured. Guo Jing grew up in Mongolia after his father was murdered by the royal family of Jin Huan, Nhan Hong Liet.
In episode 4 of the 2003 version of the movie “The Condor Heroes”, when he was a boy growing up on the Mongolian steppe, Guo Jing saved Triet Biet. When the Qin tribe was destroyed, he was a good general of Genghis Khan. Later, Triet Biet became the first teacher of Quach Tinh. He taught him archery and how to fight on horseback. It was thanks to the transmission of the god of arrows, Triet Biet, that Quach Tinh became a super archer.
Video: Canh Triet Biet (Ba Lam) teaches Quach Tinh archery and fighting on horseback.
In the 2003 film version of director Truong Ky Trung, the role of Quach Tinh played by Ly A Bang has left many impressions in the hearts of the audience until now. In particular, the actor Ba Yin who plays Triet Biet in this film is also the one who played the King of Condor Heroes in “The Condor Heroes” and Genghis Khan in “The Condor Heroes” (2008).
The film has a scene when Genghis Khan and the others go hunting for falcons. At that time, only Quach Tinh shot an arrow and killed a pair of falcons, causing the Mongol leader to praise: “The Master is Triet Biet, the disciple also Triet Biet”.
Quach Tinh learned the super-skills of archery master Triet Biet.
At the end of the work, the meeting between Triet Biet and Quach Tinh is full of sadness. Later, when Genghis Khan wanted Guo Jing to bring troops to attack Dai Song, he plotted to use his mother as pressure. She did not listen, then committed suicide. Quach Tinh was so sad that he ran away with his mother. On the way, he met master Triet Biet, who gave him a horse and bow and arrow to help Guo Jing escape from Mongolia.
Real characters in history
Not only a character in the late writer Kim Dung’s swordplay novel, Triet Biet is also a real hero in history. According to historical records, Triet Biet (?-1225) whose full name is Chich Nhi Khoat A Ngat is a capital of the Qin Dich Chich Ngot tribe.
Triet Biet is a real person in history.
During a battle with the Qin Yi Chi Got tribe, Genghis Khan nearly lost his life after his warhorse was shot down from behind with an arrow. Later, he talked to the prisoners of Qin Yi Chigot captured by the Mongols and asked them to tell who had shot arrows at his warhorse. At that time, the prisoner Qin Yi Chi Got bravely stood up and admitted that he was an archer who shot an arrow at Genghis Khan’s horse.
After listening to the above prisoner, the Mongol leader was impressed by this man’s courage and appointed him commander in his army. Later, Genghis Khan named the brave soldier. on the nickname “Zhei Faye (Jebe)” (meaning arrow) to commemorate the first meeting between the two on the battlefield. He played an important role in helping to expand the territory of the Mongol empire.
He has been described as “the greatest cavalry general in history”.
Genghis Khan did not look at the wrong person. Triet Biet, with his talent of shooting arrows, led the army and achieved many great feats. He was also completely loyal to Genghis Khan. Together with Toc But Dai, Triet Biet became an outstanding general who fought everywhere and helped the Mongol empire conquer Asia to Europe.
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