With a satisfied look on his face, Oz moves a lone pawn, fully onto his opponent's side of the board. "How like life..." He smiles wryly. "Even the smallest of pawns..." He picks up the pawn and replaces it with a queen. "Can have their uses."
From the new white queen's position, she threatens the black king. A quick glance finds that, no matter where the black king goes, there's no escape. The knight is guarded by the rook, a lowly pawn threatens the king from the other side, and the queen behind now cuts off any retreat.
Oz picks up the queen - re-risen from the grave, so to speak - and muses aloud, "Did you ever find it odd, that the queen seems to be the most free piece on the board? She can move back, or forward, side to side, diagonal as she chooses. Yet the king himself is locked into his role - he may only move a bare space at best. In my personal experience, it's quite the other way around. It is those who are king who have the greatest power. In truth, the queen has the least freedom. Though she may have the freedom to move as she wills, even so it is only at the bidding of the king that she may take action. For a queen that ignores her husband's bidding... well." He sits the queen back down on her former position and, with a flick of his finger, knocks her over.