Yes. However, the opponent usually has some piece protecting it.
No , there's not a rule in the game of chess that requires a player to forfeit a chess piece if they do not place the king in check at every opportunity to do so .
Other than the opposing king , any chess piece has the power and the ability to capture the opponent's king . A king may not take another king because it is in contradiction of the rules where a king may not move into check ~ see related link below .
Yes, if the king is in check, the next move must take the king out of check. You do not necessarily have to move the king, you could take the attacking piece, or block the check by moving a piece in the way.
The king in chess may capture any other chess piece except the enemy king .
Yes, any piece can take any other piece. ------------------- Actually - a King cant take a King because to get within one square the king would be putting himself in "check"
Yes, any piece can take a queen. The only time a King could do it is to get himself out of the queen's check.
Yes, the King may take other pieces.
You are not allowed to move that piece because it goes against the chess rules in the book i am reading.
No. You are not forced to take a piece unless it's the only possible move, the most likely situation for that is when it's the only way to get the king out of check.
Yes. If the queen moves within one space of the king, the king is technically in check. If no other piece covers the space on which the queen rests, the king may take the queen to resolve the check. A king can only take the queen if the queen is opposite color of the king and the queen is not guarded by another piece.
You don't take/kill a king in chess. You have to put it into checkmate, ie, there are no moves the opponent can make with any piece, to take the king out of check. When this happens, the game is over.
The king can take another piece anytime, but it is not smart to do so until perhaps the last moves of the game, if at all.