The two bows had the same color, and the workmanship of each was spectacular enough to attract the attention of all the spectating elves.
Not one of the forgemen that had made these two bows was below the grandmaster level.
Shen Yanxiao held up the bow, her other hand resting on the quiver hanging around her waist.
She carefully observed the entire platform, without missing a single corner nor a single slab.
This battle arena was large enough for archers to compete. Shen Yanxiao needed to calculate the accuracy of each of her steps in order to bring the victory closer to her side.
Both An Ran and Shen Jing, who were under the arena, broke out into a cold sweat for Shen Yanxiao. An exchange of blows between archers was often more dangerous than it was for other professions.
The outcome of this battle would depend on whether or not their arrow would hit their target.
Once hit by the arrow, they would inevitably sustain injuries!
Shui Miao looked at Shen Yanxiao with a confident smile in his eyes. He did not believe that such a little elf would be his opponent.
Among the elites gathered within the Silvermoon Guards, besides the Chief Commander and the five young silvermoon who could pressure him, the other members were simply not his opponent.
He had absolute confidence that he could play around with Shen Yanxiao for a bit and then avenge his brother!
Shui Miao’s eyes slanted slightly before he immediately took an arrow and pulled the bow open.
Shen Yanxiao almost responded at the same time and immediately pulled out an arrow.
Shui Miao’s first arrow was released, splitting the empty air, and its lightning-like speed quickly dazzled the elves around.
Whether it was the speed or strength, Shui Miao was the most powerful archer that Shen Yanxiao had ever seen!
The strength of his arrow was definitely not less than that of a Great Magic Archer!
As long as Shen Yanxiao was. .h.i.t by this arrow, she would fly together with it out of the ring without a doubt.
Shen Yanxiao immediately flashed to the left and, at the same time, shot an arrow. Instead of standing still and directly shooting against Shui Miao, she put an arrow on the string and shot while in the process of dodging.
During that split second of dodging, Shen Yanxiao’s body was half-tilted, but she was actually still able to hold her bow steadily and shoot an arrow in such a state.
Before her figure stabilized, the feathered arrow in her hand had already flown away, carrying a silvery light toward Shui Miao!
The two arrows shot by the two individuals were not able to successfully hurt their targets.
The two swift arrows flew over the arena and continued advancing into distant places, disappearing directly from the sight of all the elves. The speed was so fast that the elves could not react.
Such speed and such power really made the elves under the arena who had witnessed such a spectacle flabbergasted.
"They really deserve to be elves of the Silvermoon Guards..." A crowd of elves subconsciously swallowed their saliva.
The fierce battle was not over yet; it was just beginning.
Shen Yanxiao and Shui Miao released their second arrow almost at the same time, and just like the previous time, Shen Yanxiao attacked while in the process of dodging. Her attack was a moment later than that of Shui Miao. Like this, Shen Yanxiao directly fell into a disadvantageous position, while Shui Miao could have more time to answer Shen Yanxiao’s arrow.
All the elves felt that Shen Yanxiao was not the opponent of Shui Miao.
The battle between archers was more of a battle of agility.
Shen Yanxiao was obviously not as swift as Shui Miao. If she kept going on like this, she would only be led by the nose by Shui Miao!
"That little elf is still too tender." Although the crowd of elves watching the fight acknowledged Shen Yanxiao’s strength, her opponent was simply stronger!
A fraction difference could determine the victory or defeat. Almost no elf believed that Shen Yanxiao would win this battle.
Even An Ran was the same; he had long broken out into a cold sweat for Shen Yanxiao. 5 Best Chinese Romance Books of 2018 So Far