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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2017-03-08 UTC

Some of my Abstract pieces were designed with specific powers of movement in mind. This set includes a piece for the Rook+Knight compound you are calling a Chancellor. It is called a KnightRook. The piece you are using is the Dragon King, which moves as a Rook or a Ferz. The piece you're using for the Guard is for a Ferz. The Abstract set includes another piece for what you're calling a Guard. It is called a Centurion in the set. Your Hawk and Huygens are not represented in the set, but the images you used for them are for diagonal moving pieces. So some other images would be more suitable.

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