The Chess Variant Pages
Custom Search





' Roid Rage Chess

Introduction

This is the last of the variants that I devised in my sleeples night.

Setup

Same as FIDE.

Pieces

The R, B, and Q are the same as FIDE.

The N, p, and K are replaced by Grand Masters, Arabic Spears and King Battlers.

King Battlers are Queens with royal restrictions.

Arabic Spears, also known as pawnriders, move foward as Rooks

and captures foward as Bishops.

Grand Masters (name taken from the highest knight rank in religious orders)

are similar to knightriders, but they do a single jump, not a sequence. So,

a Grand Master at a1 can jump to any of these cells: b3, c5, d7, c2, e3, or

g4.

Rules

Same as FIDE, but there is no en passant capture.

Castling and AS remain the same.

AS promote to any piece, except Kings.

Notes

People probably will stone me, but I do really believe that is the future of chess.

Why? Simple evolution, first the dice, or the two other players where thrown out of the game, then the other (dice or two players).

After these changes, people startrd to change the piece movement, is good to remember that the FIDE was the "mad Queen" variant.

The only pieces, as far as I know, that remains intact are the Knight, the King and the pawns.

So, I believe that before add any piece people will change the movements of these pieces, and when add new pieces,that will come changed to conform the new changes in the knights, pawns and king.



This 'user submitted' page is a collaboration between the posting user and the Chess Variant Pages. Registered contributors to the Chess Variant Pages have the ability to post their own works, subject to review and editing by the Chess Variant Pages Editorial Staff.


By Claudio Martins Jaguaribe.
Web page created: 2010-06-14. Web page last updated: 2010-06-14