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Narmudi Cheral's Chaturanga King
NarmudiCheralChaturangaKing

Origin

Narmudi Cheral

Type

Chess Piece

Effects

Resets a game instantly

Downsides

None on its own

Activation

When laid down in defeat

Collected by

Warehouse 5 Agents

Section

Milton-2R14L5Y

Aisle

963946-6529

Shelf

203158-1881-286

Date of Collection

453

[Source]


OriginEdit

Narmudi Cheral (unknown) was a part of the ancient Dravidian dynasty or Tamil origin. The Cheras (another name for the rulers) were in continuous conflicts with the neighboring kingdoms of Cholas and Pandyas. Cheral was widely considered to be a generous victor not causing any more damage if the enemy armies surrendered. During one particularly bloody war an enemy soldier in white came over with a proposition, a game of Chaturanga (the ancestor of chess). It was to be a way for both sides to recover before the war started again. Cheral accepted the challenge and played with the Commander of the enemy troops. Cheral loved the game but wasn't that great of a player, however every time his king was laid down in defeat suddenly all the pieces were back and ready to play again. The rest was needed so neither side mentioned anything and continued to play.

EffectsEdit

When laid down in defeat the chess board's pieces are reset.

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