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Ralf Hansmann wrote on 2013-12-12 UTC
Ok, I have now changed the description of the castling rules on: http://www.hexenspiel.de/engl/lauf.html to: "Analogously to the conventional chess, there exists for the raven (king) the possibility of castling, i.e. to exchange the position with one of the towers through one single move. Like in the conventional chess castling is only possible, if both figures (tower and raven) have not previously been moved, and the field inbetween them is not threatened by the other party (respectively the two other parties in the three player version), and the field inbetween is not occupied by any figure." Is this formulated well? (I am not a native english writer)

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