No, it can only take one piece.
No, each chess piece can only take one in a single movement.
No - the only time you can replace a piece is when you have advanced your pawn to the end of the board and you have the option of promoting that piece to any other chessmen other than with the king itself . You may not 'take' one of your chess pieces .
No, you cannot. It is illegal to take one of your own pieces on any move.
No. Any chess piece can only take one of the opposing pieces at any one time. That's not to say that you can't setup a fork, where your bishop attacks two pieces at the same time, or a pin, such as when the opponent can't move the attacked piece out of the way, but the end result is that you only take one piece at a time.
The Camel is not represented by any one chess piece but there are chess pieces carved from camel bone .
Not at One Movement
You are allowed to touch one of your opponent's pieces in chess when your piece takes one.
Waverly's brother received a chess set for Christmas one year. When some of the chess pieces come up missing, Waverly lets her brothers use some of her candy for chess pieces and they allow her to start playing chess.
There are 16 chess pieces on side of a chess board. Each player receives the same number of pieces and must eliminate the other player's king to win.
You can if the opposing player's pieces is in the way of one of yours.
NO <><><> The only chess move where two pieces move on one turn is called "castling"- where the rook and the king both move. However, they do not switch places. Do some research on the term castling for more information.