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Adrian Alvarez de la Campa wrote on 2006-01-22 UTC
Thank you for the comments, Christine. I think the Princess and Warrior
pieces' complementary nature makes them interesting. But (being new to
programming and ZRFs) I'm not sure why Zillions assigns them such high

I should also mention that I stole the name of the game from Tom Tykwer's
film (Der Krieger und die Kaiserin), a favorite movie of mine.

I haven't played this game with a human so if anyone is interested in
playing it by mail let me know.

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