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Pawn Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

Bishop Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

Rook Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

Knight Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

Queen Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

King Edit

LibClass SM P
A rank of eight pawns make up a players's front row in a standard chess game.
The Pawn can typically only move only forwards, and only one space at a time.
A Pawn that is in its second-rank starting position may elect to move two squares forward instead of one.
A Pawn may only capture enemy pieces by moving diagonally forward onto their squares.
LibClass Ork PLibClass SM P

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