King is power.
Oop more like closed account is power
Wait, an organism can't be power itself, whether they have great power or not.
Also, why are you comparing a specific role of humans with an animal?
@InnateAluminum in some languages, danish for example, the knight is called a "hest" meaning "horse." I suppose it's the same in some other languages
Probably. I still think trying to be as clear as possible is the best idea.
In that case, I still don't know which one is supposed to be the power. Hmm, maybe power?
@InnateAluminum Why do they call it a knight is only a horse is depicted? Why do we give such power to a hypocritical person based upon a fairy tale?
Anyone who doesn't explain properly be criticized. FSU!
I wasn't trying to offend anyone.
But OP probably won't see this thread again anyway.
I still think about which is the power, the bishop or the horse, though.
I would chaulk that up to bad English, in the title. I think he meant to ask which on wields the more power, the knight or the bishop.
I think a horse makes a good enough representation for a knight.