Blue lines suddenly appeared before her— one end of each pointing at her chest, the other disappearing into the mists. Vin immediately jumped to the side, dodging as a pair of coins shot past in the night air, leaving trails in the mist. She flared pewter, landing on the cobbled street beside the wall . Her tin-enhanced ears picked out a scraping sound; then a dark form shot into the sky, a few blue lines pointing to (1)his coin pouch.
Vin dropped a coin and threw herself into the air after her opponent. (2)They soared for a moment, flying over the grounds of some unsuspecting nobleman. Vin’s opponent suddenly changed course in the air, jerking toward the mansion itself. Vin followed, letting go of the coin below her, instead burning iron and Pulling on one of the mansion’s window latches.
Her opponent hit first, and she heard a thud as he ran into the side of the building. He was off a second later."
As a non-English speaker who is not accustomed to pronouns, I get in trouble whenever I come across them.
Am I right in saying:
- his indicates "a dark form"?
- they indicates "Vin and a dark form"?