[ Help | Earliest Comments | Latest Comments ][ List All Subjects of Discussion | Create New Subject of Discussion ][ List Latest Comments Only For Pages | Games | Rated Pages | Rated Games | Subjects of Discussion ]Comments/Ratings for a Single Item Later ⇩Reverse Order⇧ Earlier Aliens Vs Predators (AVP). Missing description (10x10, Cells: 100) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]Super Bishop wrote on 2013-06-05 UTCI think only the original pieces are Alien Kings and only Alien Kings can transform Predators into Aliens. (zzo38) A. Black wrote on 2012-11-20 UTCSorry, I do not understand these rules very well. Could you please clarify? "All killed pieces from Predators` side may be transform to friendly Aliens`pieces (the pieces infected by the Aliens become as they, f.exp. Alien Bishop, Alien Rook, Alien Knight, Aliens Pawns and so on). To transform pieces in Alien's can only Aliens Kings." -- I do not completely understand that last part. I assume an "Aliens Kings" is an Amazon but I still don't understand this rule very well. Does it mean that the pieces can only be replaced on the board as black pieces if captured by an Amazon? "It is not obligatory and depend from desire of Aliens." -- Does this mean if Black captures a White piece, he can optionally place a black piece of the same kind on the positions specified but gets only one chance to do so? (A variant of variant, may be that it is obligatory? In such a case, if there is no legal position, then you are not allowed to make that capture.) "Object of the game for both players is to checkmate the opponent`s all Kings." -- But, White only has one King, and Black has no Kings. From the Setup description though, it seem that the Amazons (known as "Aliens Kings", but I think should be called Amazons for less confusion) count as Kings for this rule? Even if so, you should clarify it. "Pawns from Predators side may be promoted only to killed pieces from own side" -- Does it mean a captured piece, what happen if if it is transformed to friendly Aliens pieces, and what abouts pawns on other side? "The difference in rankings between two players usually determines the hadicap. In this game handicap may be: 1 Alien, 2 Aliens, 3 Aliens and 4 Aliens." -- If this refers to the number of pieces Black starts with, it contradicts "In the first phase the Black take turns to drop pieces (Al) on the board first, second or third row on any square. But not in one row diagonal or ortogonal." since you cannot place four pieces in three rows under these conditions. But maybe I misunderstood what this rule means. (You also misspelled "handicap", and various other words.) (I also think the notations should be each piece one letter only; but that isn't the point of the above, and is simply my opinion.) Claudio Martins Jaguaribe wrote on 2006-05-07 UTCGood ★★★★I loved it and gave me a idea to a variant of the Dunsany's chess. A Federation x Borg variant, where the captured piece becomes assimilated and all the pawns get this power... 💡📝Namik Zade wrote on 2006-05-06 UTCI think this idea will make game more interesting, probably I shall take advantage of it. Thanks Larry. Larry Smith wrote on 2006-05-06 UTCOne of the Alien pieces(the Queen) could lay 'eggs'(non-moving pieces) around the field. They would then be able to 'infect' an adjacent Predator piece, resulting in the egg's removal from the field. And the eggs may be captured by the Predator player. The other Alien pieces(soldier/nurse) could 'push' these eggs around the field. Then 'infected' pieces may be moved by the Predator player for a determined number of moves, then transform to an Alien piece(soldier/nurse)? And 'killed' Predator pieces would be permanently removed from play. 5 comments displayedLater ⇩Reverse Order⇧ EarlierPermalink to the exact comments currently displayed.