I am writing the final fight scene for my book. I have not had a problem with 1 pov/chapter, until this point. Eight characters and one is added at the beginning of the fight. MC is shot at with a crossbow, Shielded by #2, #3 charges to attack the shooter, dragonet attacks too. etc. For the fight scene it is pretty normal, but two characters have ultra-dramatic parts that will tie together in the end. I actually thought I would be jumping from POV to POV. During the fight one character is hit with a cross bow, and sees her dead dragon flying in the sky, rather then the roof of the castle. not long after a character is killed and his dragon goes into a rage. Looking over the battle I can see two pov in this scene. The normal third person(I think) with a quick jump into the character that thinks she is dying. I think I could show how she acts, but could not share the information of why she isn't suppose to die yet. Her dragon tells her there is another that will need her. Does jumping into a character for a short period in the climax of the story work, or is it almost never good to split the pov in a chapter? I know the rule, but rules are meant to be broken. Maybe I'll just write it both ways and see which I like.