Each side has four kings and four divisions. During a single turn, each army commands a move. In this picture, whatever piece is first selected becomes the commander of the move. For example, a blue infantryman is selected, then more blue infantrymen, then rooks, queens, and infantrymen from a long unbroken line the length of the front. This is a single formation – capable of moving together. That’s just one move. The other three divisions can each command a move of their own.