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. Introducing the Thraex, which captures like a rook, but moves by the bifurcated jump method (zrf available).[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
George Duke wrote on 2010-08-26 UTC
Thraex is the Bishop counterpart to the Gaul. That is, Thraex captures as a Rook and moves by the screen-jump one-square-beyond method continuing on one of the two 45-degree-deviated diagonal legs. Hence Bishop: Thraex is basically bifurcated into Bishop to move once having found his appropriate legal track(s).