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It belongs to categories: Orthodox chess, 
It was last modified on: 2006-07-12
 Author:   Various. Alfaerie Expansion Set 4. More Alfaerie graphics![All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
James Spratt wrote on 2006-07-14 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Well, I don't have any pieces in it yet, so I can rate it.  Done.  Good
job, David, Christine and the rest of you. As Jeremy says 'it's a wonder
what a little organization can do.'
(Umm, just a suggestion--couldn't you turn the Archers so they're facing
the enemy instead of their buddies to the left? Hey, don't hit me! :-)Did
you know that many professional archers from olden days had chronically
deformed spines from pulling their heavy bows for years and years? No OSHA
back then, Ah reckon.

Joe Joyce wrote on 2006-07-13 UTC
Thank you, Christine and David. I really appreciate the Alfaerie Graphics; and that anyone can expand the set is truly excellent. The pieces are generally clear, simple, and distinctive; this allows for good visualization of new pieces. The icons are easy [for my son] to manipulate and extend. So they are easy to tinker with, for which this very much a non-artist thanks you. I believe this graphics set has a lot to do with what appears to be the increasing popularity of variants. It's attractive, generally consistent, useful and flexible. I cannot rate this, I am disqualified by having pieces in the set, but the complete Alfaerie Graphics set is beyond excellent, and is a public service for us game geeks. Thank you again. Joe

Christine Bagley-Jones wrote on 2006-07-13 UTC
hi everyone, if anyone wants to submit any graphics for this expansion set,
please send to me but don't be too long, David plans to update this next
Joe, the rest of your 'grey' graphics will all be up next update.

David Howe wrote on 2006-07-13 UTC
Yes, that would be a lot less confusing. However, due to my own short-sightedness, I called the file for the first expansion set alfaerie2. And now, to be consistant with the previous sets, I must name the files with an N+1 suffix, rather than an N suffix. Let this be an example to all of how not to name their files! ;-)
'...Of myself forever reproaching myself, (for who more foolish than I, and who more faithless?)...'

Fergus Duniho wrote on 2006-07-13 UTC
The zip file for set 4 is currently called Shouldn't it be

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