Chess Match

Chess Match

Chess Match
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Demon Vs Human:
100
Battle without Armor:
100
Check Mate:
100
Battle Inside Kingdom:
100
Universal Chess March:
100
From The Art Of War Sun Tzu

Techniques Developed During The Ming Dynasty (1644)

When crossing unoccupied territory, it is possible to march your army a thousand li. To ensure success, focus your attacks on undefended areas. In terms of defense, fortify your positions in areas the enemy cannot easily attack.

Applying these principles to chess, as well as different battlefields, involves attacking points that force the enemy to scramble for defense and launching lightning-fast attacks.

These techniques can also be applied in the Invisible Realm. The pandemic exposed vulnerable areas within the church where the enemy finds easy targets and believers struggle to defend themselves. Coming together as a united assembly increases opportunities for both attack and defense. Similar to an isolated chess piece, individuals who stand alone are more susceptible to being devoured by their attackers.

The opening scene begins with Lot’s choice, as with a game of chess the first few moves decide the continuation of the game to checkmate.

Demon Vs Human:
100
Battle without Armor:
100
Check Mate:
100
Battle Inside Kingdom:
100
Universal Chess March:
100

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