Event #115 Piecebuilder

Event #115 Piecebuilder

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This is an event that is part of a variant called event chess. More about event chess can be read here.

Event #115 Piecebuilder

Type: Rook carrier

Condition: Can not be started with another rook carrier event. At least 1 rook for each player.

Bishops and knights can move on top of an allied rook with its normal movement. A rook can only have 1 piece on top of it.

When a bishop is standing on top of a rook, then the rook and bishop can move together like a rook or bishop (like a queen).

When a knight is standing on top of a rook, then the rook and knight can move together like a rook or knight (like a rook-knight compound).

If the rook becomes captured while a piece is standing on top of it, then the piece on top will also get captured.

As a move, a piece on top of a rook can move off the rook with its normal movement. However the rook can not move without also moving the piece on top.

A rook can be a part of castling, even if it has a piece on top of it. The piece will remain on top of the rook.

Note: A bishop can not move over allied rooks, it must stop on top of the rook.

Note 2: Only bishops and knights can move to allied rooks. Rooks can not move to allied bishops or knights.

Example 1:

Whites bishop can not move inside the white rook (since it needs to move like a bishop when doing so).

Example 2:

White plays Ne1 (so now the knight is on top of the rook).

Now white can either move both the rook and knight like a rook or knight (like RNa1 or RNd3) or white can move the knight out of the rook.

Example 3:

White plays Bxb7

Example 4:

White plays 0-0

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