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Feudalism Vs. Chess

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Madi Hicks

on 15 January 2013

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Madi Hicks, Cole Weseman, Jordan Berggren, Amy Snegosky Feudilism Vs. Chess Feudalism was divided by your social class: SERFS -Were the bulk of the people who had the least amount of power.
-Did the most work that kept the society running smoothly.
-Did all this work in exchange for protection. The Game Pieces: LESSER LORDS -Owned smaller pieces of land NOBILITIES -Owned more land and had titles given to them by the king.
-Earned the titles and land by providing military service for the king. BISHOP -Leaders of the church KING -Highest holder of power during the middle ages. Chess Goal: Defeat the opponent king, without your king being captured in the process *The game of Chess requires the ability to predict your opponents next move and the strategies they use *King
*Queen
*Rook
*Bishop
*Knight
*Pawn KING Differences: When talking about feudalism, the king has ultimate power, as for in chess the king really has no power at all, he is only allowed to move one space at a time, unless he has the assistance of the rook. Feudalism Vs. Chess Similarities: In society, if the king is captured the empire falls or in chess terms, the game ends. Queen Similarites: Can be put in more danger then the king, for protection reasons. Differences:
-The Queen is most valuable in chess and has a lot of power, but in feudalization the king has the most power as for the queen has little or none.
-In feudalism the queen can rule as a regent if she has sons. ROOK Similarites: The Rook represents the Castles and also symbolize protection. Differences: In Feudalism, the castles were made of stones and couldn't move, the royal family would remain in the castle until they surrendered. BISHOP Similarites: The Bishop represents the church. Between chess and feudalism, they both move between two sytems, the bishop moves between the secular world and the church. Differences:
-In feudalism, their power comes from Rome.
- Also in chess, their cast system is broken up in a different way.
- Chess includes protection of the castle and has the horses and knights. Feudalism really only focuses on the people rather then the objects. KNIGHT Similarites: In the feudal society they fought on horseback, which is where the head of the horse came from. Differences: In the fuedal society, the knight doesn't act on their own, they follow the act of the king. PAWN Similarites: The pawns represent the Serfs. They are at the bottom of the todem pole. Their are a lot of them and you can get rid of them without it being too big of a deal. Differences: In chess, the pawns can move more freely then most of the other pieces, as for when talking about fuedalism, the Serfs are bound to the land. CHESS VS FEUDALISM Similarities
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Differences.. Feudalism Vs. Chess Fuedalism Vs. Chess Fuedalism Vs. Chess Fuedalism Vs. Chess Fuedalism Vs. Chess A system that divided power and land in Medieval Europe. FEUDALISM
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