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Geodesic Chess. Variation of hexagonal chess on a geodesic sphere with a few new pieces added. (Cells: 279) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Anonymous wrote on Sat, Nov 5, 2005 11:31 PM UTC:
A forward direction for a pawn is clearly definable and quickly becomes
intuitive (dare I use that word again?) after becoming familiar with the
board and its peculiarities.

A pawn cannot promote to a king or obelisk. Promotion, at least for this
variation, is mandatory. Sorry for the ambiguity. 

There are several points where the rules need clarification: 

A Templar can move either like a knight OR a Bishop on any given move:

Excellent question about null moves: No.

A king would be in exile any time it leaves it’s home territory; forced