Knights start in the same position as in traditional chess. Their movement is unique and trickier to track over the three player board.
The knight moves multiple squares each move following an "L" shape. Either moving up or down one square vertically and over two squares horizontally OR up or down two squares vertically and over one square horizontally.
Unlike any other piece, the knight can hop over other pieces. In this example you can see how the knight can move to F3 and H3 even though there are pawns in the way
Knights continue to follow the "L" shape when crossing the rosette. You can see in this example how the shape of the rosette affects the knight's movement