The integumentary system comprises the skin, hair, nails, sweat glands, and sebaceous gland and its appendages acting to protect the body from various damage, such as loss of water or damage from outside organisms, and pathogens. All five will work together simultaneously to stop the body from being infected and impacted by outside bacteria. The integumentary
system is a defense system- always trying to protect, while the outside organisms are an offense system- always on the attack. The integumentary system is susceptible to a variety of diseases, disorders, and injuries that can cause a wide range of potential damage to the skin, like benign bacterial or fungal infections, skin disorders, skin cancer, and severe burns, which can be fatal if not treated effectively. The game of chess will create the integumentary system getting attack by outside organisms and how all work together to attack and protect the body.
Pawn equals the skin, Knight equals the hair, Rook equals the nails, Queen equals the sweat glands, Bishop equals the sebaceous glands, and finally, the most important piece is the King, which equals the human body/brain. All the pieces are there to protect the body and brain from infection.