In Avatar Chess, the skill level of a figure results from the value of the square on which the figure stands. With each move, the move options change depending on the square you have reached.
The game board
The game pieces
Basically, the FIDE rules apply.
Game figures are transparent in order to be able to recognize the respective playing field with its value.
The transparent game pieces are virtual representatives of a real game figure – hence Avatars. After completing a move, Avatars get the value and the move options of the field they reached.
The Avatarius. It corresponds to the king in normal chess which is to beat.
During the game, the Avatarius behaves like the king in normal chess, i.e. it changes its position by one square in the line, row or diagonal.
The initial position
If a piece reaches the opposing row of pawns and from there in a further move the opposing baseline, the player receives an additional Avatar. This additional Avatar starts from your own row of pawns; the player can choose the pawn square.
In the course of the game, a maximum of 5 avatars can be added.