I ran into an interesting problem while writing and wanted to know if anyone can clear it up. My question is about being clear who is doing what during a paragraph. I run into this problem alot during action scenes. An example is below:
Two guards appeared on the stair above, drawing their swords as they rushed the imposters. Davaar met the first and cleaved into the soldier’s arm with a mighty swing of his waraxe. Carleon finished the wounded man by running his blade across his throat.
For the third sentence, is it clear that Carleon is using his own sword to cut the soldier's throat, or does it read as if he's cutting his own throat? I may be thinking too far into it but I seem to run into this kind of thing alot.