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Andy Maxson wrote on 2007-02-11 UTCGood ★★★★
could mir chess 36 fight in chess with different armies? it would be interesting To see them against the colorbound clobberers or the remarkable rookies though their setup wouldn't add any thing to their army unlike in regular mir 36 beacause it is specifically oriented about the opponent's cannons but against chess with different armies it would become pretty obsolete unless against against an experimental army with cannons like the spacious cannoneers. the queen is weak but I don't know about their cannons they would definately help. and since the cannons are worth about half a bishop two would be a bishop's worth so i think it would work with the queen being worth a rook. and the elephants are worth about a bishop maybe less and the cannons may be more it should balance out,

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