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Subject: Playing Chivalry on a Camelot board rss

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Philip DeWalt
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As far as I can determine the only difference between Chivalry and Camelot is the size of the board and the number of pieces, otherwise the game play is identical. All the moves are the same as is the goal to land two men in the opposite castle, or capture all the other players pieces.

Chivalry uses 12 men and eight knights per side. By combining some chess sets or creatively using some Lego's it's not that difficult to come up with game pieces, but what about the board?

A Chivalry board has a total of sixteen additional squares, eight on each side. Though these are missing from a Camelot board it really isn't an issue to merely place your piece on the border, on the "Camelot" banner where the square would be on a Chivalry board, if game play requires you to jump or move to one of the missing squares. If need be one could draw or mock up and print a couple of paper "wings" to set on the edge to visually represent the additional squares.

Has anybody tried this?
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