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What chess piece are you?

A Black Bishop
You scored 0 Power-Finesse, 5 Leader-Follower, 5 Unique-Ordinary, and 1 Offense-Defense!

You are conniving and sneaky, and often overlooked by your opponent. You are content to stay off to one side, allowing the bloodbath to ensue. Then, when the moment is right and the other king has let his guard down you strike! Your indirect approach to things gives your team more options. However, in the big picture you are expendable. No matter how hard you try, you can only reach half the squares on the board.


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Re: What chess piece are you?

Black Queen

The Black Queen (it's my fave chess figure )

You scored 3 Power-Finesse, 4 Leader-Follower, 3 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
It is said that still waters run deep, and this is to some extent true of you. You watch the backs of your minions, keeping them safe. You allow your underlings to do much of the dirty-work, and then you use your considerable power to bring the opponent to his knees. Preferably at your feet. Your extravagant power is impossible to ignore, but sometimes 'they' forget just how powerful it is. All this said, however, beware the charming white knight, who alone of the pieces can steal your heart without you realizing it.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

It was SO easy to guess.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

I always choose black to play They are figures with character And I love chess...

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Re: What chess piece are you?

You also love your queen...


Btw. THE colour is WHITE. It only pretends to be innocent.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

BLACK KNIGHT!

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You scored higher than 49% on Power-Finesse

You scored higher than 14% on Leader-Follower

You scored higher than 34% on Unique-Ordinary

You scored higher than 0% on Offense-Defense

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Re: What chess piece are you?

A Black Bishop

You scored 1 Power-Finesse, 4 Leader-Follower, 3 Unique-Ordinary, and 0 Offense-Defense!

You are conniving and sneaky, and often overlooked by your opponent. You are content to stay off to one side, allowing the bloodbath to ensue. Then, when the moment is right and the other king has let his guard down you strike! Your indirect approach to things gives your team more options. However, in the big picture you are expendable. No matter how hard you try, you can only reach half the squares on the board.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

The Black Queen
You scored 4 Power-Finesse, 3 Leader-Follower, 4 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
It is said that still waters run deep, and this is to some extent true of you. You watch the backs of your minions, keeping them safe. You allow your underlings to do much of the dirty-work, and then you use your considerable power to bring the opponent to his knees. Preferably at your feet. Your extravagant power is impossible to ignore, but sometimes 'they' forget just how powerful it is. All this said, however, beware the charming white knight, who alone of the pieces can steal your heart without you realizing it

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Re: What chess piece are you?

A Black Rook
You scored 4 Power-Finesse, 2 Leader-Follower, 1 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
You don't have to worry about fancy plans, or sophisticated schemes. You are just on the board to kick some ass and smash some white pieces. You stand by your leaders, and they get worried when you are removed from play. You work best with your buddy, the other black rook, and when you don't have him watching your six, you tend to be somewhat innefective.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

A Black Bishop
You scored 2 Power-Finesse, 3 Leader-Follower, 3 Unique-Ordinary, and 1 Offense-Defense! You are conniving and sneaky, and often overlooked by your opponent. You are content to stay off to one side, allowing the bloodbath to ensue. Then, when the moment is right and the other king has let his guard down you strike! Your indirect approach to things gives your team more options. However, in the big picture you are expendable. No matter how hard you try, you can only reach half the squares on the board.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

A Black Rook
You scored 3 Power-Finesse, 2 Leader-Follower, 1 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
You don't have to worry about fancy plans, or sophisticated schemes. You are just on the board to kick some ass and smash some white pieces. You stand by your leaders, and they get worried when you are removed from play. You work best with your buddy, the other black rook, and when you don't have him watching your six, you tend to be somewhat innefective.

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Re: What chess piece are you?

The White Queen
You scored 3 Power-Finesse, 4 Leader-Follower, 1 Unique-Ordinary, and 3 Offense-Defense! You don't feel the need to express your perfect and terrible power on the chessboard-- the mere threat of it is enough to cause the Black team to cower before you. You usually hang back, letting the peasantry quarrel among themselves. Your minions know that you are protecting them, and so they will gain the upper hand. Should your followers' ranks become thin, you are able and willing to finish the job through your skill and menace.

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