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George Duke wrote on 2005-03-05 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
'GHI,LargeCV': Chapter 3 develops Knights of the Grid, the Hollow Horse, Footstools, Gridlock's Stable('Can't whistle for a Colt. Colts only load Riders through the Knights' Footprints'), the Colony Rook Class B, Forrest Rook, Jungle Warfare, and a Thief in the Knight. Future chapters are to divulge 'Taurus Class', 'The Earth Star' and 'Shock and Awe'. 'It takes capturing two Castle Rooks to Possess the Crystal.' 'Use the post off the Jump Gates and Doors and other Footstools you may use to climb.' 'Can you see the strategic advantage of being able to rotate the riding pieces over the Ground Level?' 'The Rook must be part of Tonks Chambers to have its primary armour activated.' That is just an offhand splendid sample.

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