On a1, a8, h1, and h8 we find zebra's. These make a (2,3)-jump.
On b1, b8, g1, and g8 there are knights, moving as in orthodox chess.
On c1, c8, f1, and f8 we have camels: these make an 1,3- jump.
The pieces that take the positions of the queens, d1 and d8, are wazired firzan's: pieces that can move one square in an arbitrary direction (like the king but without being hindered by check.)
Kings (e1, e8) and pawns (a2 - h2, a7 - h7) move like in orthodox chess; pawns can promote to queen, rook, bishop, knight, zebra, camel, or wazired firzan. There is no castling.
Other rules are as in orthodox chess.