The Chess Variant Pages

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Charles Daniel wrote on 2008-07-09 UTCGood ★★★★
This seems interesting, 
I would like to seem some examples of the Horde move.  
as well as the Phalanx and the push mechanism. 

Also the spy is not properly explained - Please explain how this moves. 
He moves like a bishop (captures like one too?) What do you mean by 'He can attack any of his own pieces'.  That makes no sense. 

Otherwise, this seems like a good variant to try out. 

I like the way you described the basic pawn moves (double /triple ) moves. 
My variant e.g Birds and Ninjas have the same basic pawn moves and en passant.. 

Anyway, this seems like an outstanding variant - though judgement should be passed after playing this..

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