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Andy Maxson wrote on 2007-04-28 UTCAverage ★★★
this game might be neat with all the super pieces, however, it gets boring with all the displacers so i have my own super pieces, Imperial lion: moves as queen or lion. Stampede: moves as zebrarider, camerider, or knightrider, teaching king: moves as queen or 3-step lion: can make three consecutive king moves can jump over occupied squares when doing this. Dreagon moves as queen to empty squares one square moves take all adjacent enemy pieces destroyer: moves rook cannon or quang trung rook. imperial dragon: moves as king, ski queen (as queen but must go at least two squares may jump first and continue in same direction though) or quang trung rook. pushme pullyu moves as queen but takes by approach and withdrawal. Longleaper as queen but captures as in draughts. Bomber as queen but captures by landing just beyond pieces it may jump a continuous line of enemy pieces and capture all in that line cannot jump unconnected enemy pieces the reverse of the style of jumping the longleaper uses to capture. Though i admire your idea, try more pieces that can capture in different ways.

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