Crazy Chess Piece
The Crazy Chess piece was new to the game. All the other pieces had their positions and their assignments. Their main assignment was to protect the King and maybe even deflect pressure from the Queen. They all wanted to help the queen but the Queen had no business to associate with any of the lower ranking pieces. The Queen could do what she wanted.
The Knight thinks he is the most cunning because he is agile and crafty. His attack schemes and defensive attacks are hidden and sometimes stealth. He feels as though he serves the Queen best by forcing himself to the sides in order to dominate the middle. His objective is to corner and freeze via his ability to conjure up multiple attack forms.
The Rook thinks he is the muscle of the field. He starts off labored in the corner of the battle and is normally used to defend the King and to provide instantaneous muscle on the opposing teams King. His moves are long and few but when they come they came with thunder.
The Bishop is the striker of the group. His starting position and diagonal attacks make him the most deadly piece on the board next to the queen. Always just one move away from being given free reign he considers himself the Queen's right hand man and his strikes come at the shock and awe of the opposing army.
The Pawns do not speak separately like the pairs of Knights, Rooks, and Bishops. The Pawns speak up as a unit. "None of the other pieces would be anything without our sacrifices. We lay down, clog, and open paths so that you can attack and defend with your given abilities. We are the most important pieces because we are the duteous and unmerited. We are the Unknown Soldier and without us your special skills would be nothing.
The Queen knows how the other pieces feel and simply poses the question, "What piece do you wish you were? Me."
The Crazy Chess piece doesn't know his role but imagine that if he were included in the game he would be close to the Queen and learner from her. His roll would maybe to have one move per match anywhere on the board that could take any piece other than the Queen.