Where is the Dragon in the game of Chess? There definitely is one, but he's an illusionist and hidden. Without him though, Black and White would not fight. The Dragon represents the elusive wealth to be had in plundering the opponent (a reason to fight), while also representing the fear of attack (a reason to defend). In order to have a fun game of chess though, a Dragon is required. Evil lies in intent.
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