Bishop Blanc One walks in their deity's light, one in their deity's shadow.
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Bishop Noir Bishops move diagonally. That's why they often turn up where the kings don't expect them to be.
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Black D20 That's how I roll.
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Black Pawn We're all pawns to the Chessmaster.
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Black Rook A true dark tower.
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Blue D20 Not quite a crit.
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Clubs Welcome to our club; hope you stay for the games.
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D4 Also known as caltrops.
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Diamonds A girl's best friend.
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Hearts Careful with games featuring these.
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Joystick Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start
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King Blanc The power of the king becomes less restrained as he is surrounded by fewer of his court.
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King Noir It was the dumb way the pawns went off and slaughtered their fellow pawns while the kings lounged about doing nothing that always got to him.
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Knight Blanc A knight's privilege is to move whilst ignoring encumbrances.
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Knight Noir At least this was a bit more original than the usual symbolic chess game, which Death always dreaded because he could never remember how the knight was supposed to move.
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Magic 8-Ball Has TV Tropes ruined my life? Ask again later...
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Pawn Blanc Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.
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Pawn Noir If only the pawns united, maybe talked the rooks round, the whole board could've been a republic in a dozen moves.
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Queen Blanche The rule is, jam to-morrow and jam yesterday — but never jam to-day.
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Queen Noir Most gods throw dice, but Fate plays chess, and you don't find out til too late that he's been playing with two queens all along.
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Red D20 Just keep it from rolling off the table.
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Rook Blanc Amberley excelled at chess—one mark, Watson, of a scheming mind.
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Rook Noir No gods anywhere play chess. They haven't got the imagination.
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Spade Ace of Spades!
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White Pawn Even a lowly pawn can become a queen.
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