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Hexiang Qi. Hexagonal Variant of Xiang Qi. (11x11, Cells: 91) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Robert Hancock wrote on 2016-02-29 UTC
Thanks for the suggestions. I have edited the aspects you mentioned.

Ben Reiniger wrote on 2016-02-28 UTC
You use a different definition of "diagonal" than in the usual hex games, and perhaps that should be mentioned early on.  But more importantly, you seem to be using the usual definition of diagonal in your description of the horse's movement.

Does a soldier ON the river have the increased movement pattern?

I encourage you to fix the chariot's image when possible.

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