|The Cyprian Defense|
|Title||The Cyprian Defense|
|Publication date||July 27, 2014|
The Cyprian Defence, is a single-page Oglaf story.
SynopsisEditTwo wizards, one good one evil, are playing chess. The evil wizard attempts an unconventional move. "My knight attempts to seduce your bishop". The good magical user refuses this, as it is not within the rules of chess, but when he offers the "best blowjob of your life" the good apparently accepts, and the last frame shows the knight enjoying sex with the bishop, as the other pieces look on.
There are many sequences of opening moves that have been studied. They are named the so-and-so defence when the black pieces make the decisive move. Examples include the Sicilian Defence, the Pirc Defence and the Two-knights Defence.
Cyprian was a Bishop of Carthage in the time of the early christian church . A controversial figure he attempted a compromise to the question of whether christians who had "lapsed" should be readmitted to the church.
Cyprian may also refer to the Cyprian Centaurs, or the Kerastai. These had bull like horns, similar to those in the comic. Or the goddess of erotic love, Aphrodite herself, as she was said to have risen in Cyprus according so some myths, and is sometimes known as Cyprian Aphrodite.
- Bishop loves pawn
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