The Eight Queens Puzzle is one of the most famous chess problems of all time. The premise is simple- place 8 queens on a chessboard so that none of them attack each other. A solution is shown here:
Here's a separate challenge- instead of using queens, you can use any piece! Pieces have their point value as normal:
You have to place exactly 24 points of pieces so that none of them attack each other BUT... there's one other rule!
For every possible legal move in the position, after that move is made, no pieces are attacking each other.
This is a legal 7-point solution- none of White's legal moves result in any pieces attacking each other.
Your job is to find a 24-point solution.
I believe there are 5 unique solutions not counting reflection. The more solutions found, the better! Check mark goes to first to find all 5.
Note: The normal piece limits don't apply, so 24 could be made up of 3 rooks and 9 pawns, or anything of the sort.
Pawns can promote, and you can't put them on the 8th rank to start.