Event #35 Hookshot

Event #35 Hookshot

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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 #35 Hookshot

Condition: At least 1 bishop for each player.

As a move a bishop pull itself towards a piece (friend or foe) that is standing horizontal, vertical or diagonal away from the bishop until they are standing next to each other.

As a move a bishop can pull an allied piece that is standing horizontal, vertical or diagonal away from the bishop to move towards the bishop until the piece is standing next to the bishop.

Note: This counts as only a bishop move regardless which piece is moved on the board.

Example 1:

The pawn on h4 is standing horizontal away from the bishop. Whites bishop can either pull itself towards that pawn (see diagram below)

Or the bishop can pull the pawn towards the bishop. (see diagram below)

Example 2:

The pawn on d7 is standing vertical away the bishop. The bishop can pull itself towards that pawn (see diagram below)

However, since it is an enemy piece the bishop can not pull the pawn towards the bishop

Example 3:

The bishop can pull itself towards the pieces on b1, b4, e1, e8 and g2. The bishop can pull the pieces on b1, e1 and g2 toward itself. The bishop can not do anything with the pawn on a4 and rook on h1, since there is a piece standing in the way.