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One walks in their deity's light, one in their deity's shadow.
Bishops move diagonally. That's why they often turn up where the kings don't expect them to be.
That's how I roll.
We're all pawns to the Chessmaster.
A true dark tower.
Not quite a crit.
Welcome to our club; hope you stay for the games.
Also known as caltrops.
A girl's best friend.
Careful with games featuring these.
Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start
The power of the king becomes less restrained as he is surrounded by fewer of his court.
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.
A knight's privilege is to move whilst ignoring encumbrances.
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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Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.
If only the pawns united, maybe talked the rooks round, the whole board could've been a republic in a dozen moves.
The rule is, jam to-morrow and jam yesterday — but never jam to-day.
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.
Just keep it from rolling off the table.
Amberley excelled at chess—one mark, Watson, of a scheming mind.
No gods anywhere play chess. They haven't got the imagination.
Ace of Spades!
Even a lowly pawn can become a queen.
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