Still, it is possible to look at a few fun endings, each making use of a Knight or Knights.
For example, here LittleDonkey uses three pieces to achieve a checkmate.
|Jean TylerGabriel - LittleDonkey|
He didn't need a Queen, you say? He could have used a pawn to do the same job (cover the g2 square)? Here is another checkmate that uses a hearty, helpful pawn -
|RODbr - SeinfeldFan91|
As a matter of fact, Black's last move was 29...Ra2-g2#. For fun, he also could have played 29...h2# - thanks, in part, to the stalwart Knight.
Here are a couple more Knights at work:
|rigidwithfear - procyk|
|RODbr - ZorroTheFox|
And a Knight with a lot of helpers:
|BigD00 - kristjan|
In this last position, Black and White are roughly equal in material, but White has a move that should win the exchange. Black is not willing to give up the material, and so faces a Queen sacrifice and then suffers death by suffication...
|rigidwithfear - golddog2|