the queens are very important because without them no one would be running the county
Player 2 wins with 2 pairs (queens and eights)
Queens can move across any number of unoccupied spaces arranged in a straight line or a diagonal line and can take the player that ends that line. Queens cannot jump.
It's impossible to say, without knowing where in Queens you're going to. Which subway line you need to take depends on where in Queens you're going. Queens is 178 square miles.
You have to be the ruling king and queens daughter, without a brother.
You cannot do this. The maximum possible is 5 queens and 5 knights without clashing. A solution to that would be: Queens on a7, b2, c6, d3, e1 Knights on f8, g8, g5, g4, h5
Termites can reproduce sexually and asexually. Queens can produce more queens without a king but they produce pheromones to control the termite kingdom.
absouloute monarchy started by the rulings of kings and queens from different countrys without kings and queens there would be nobody to rule the country!..
Theoretically, you could have nine queens, if you managed to promote every pawn. This could not possibly happen during a real chess game.
I assume you mean the game of chess. The player starts out with one queen; the only way to get additional queens is to promote pawns - convert pawns into queens by taking them to the far end of the board (row 8 for white, row 1 for black). Since there are eight pawns that can be converted to queens, that makes a theoretical maximum of 9 queens, assuming standard chess rules are followed.
mostly monarchies. (kings/queens)