The Chess Variant Pages

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Garth Wallace wrote on 2009-12-28 UTC
Some things are unclear here. The knight is partly lame (only able to leap over opposing pieces), so we need to know which spaces it passes over: can it be blocked by a friendly piece on an orthagonally adjacent square? A diagonally adjacent square? Also, the archer's rifle capture can be used against any piece 5 squares away in a straight line, but is that limited to the queenwise directions or any angle (can it capture at a (1,2))?

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