QIN WUYANG (秦舞陽) was a young man who followed
Jing Ke when the
latter went on the mission to assassinate
Ying Zheng , the king of Qin
. Both Jing and Qin were first disguised as envoys from Yan and were
there to present the severed head of "Fan Yuqi", a Qin turncoat, and a
map of Dukang. However,
Qin Wuyang started sweating profusely and
shivered due to nervousness and this aroused Ying Zheng's suspicion
when he saw the young man. Thus,
Qin Wuyang was not allowed to go near
the king and present the head and map. Only
Jing Ke went near but Jing
Ke missed and failed to assassinate Ying Zheng. Both
Jing Ke and Qin
Wuyang were killed after this assassination attempt.
Qin Kai (general) , grandfather of Qin Wu Yang, general of Yan
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