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In the Land of Rebuses, I found some paper, as well as a few images:

Some of these have already been tackled here: 1 2 3 4
Any images were found on freesvg.org or drawn manually. The answers to the rebuses are common words, phrases, or idioms

Hint 1:

3 idioms, 2 creatures, and 1 superlative for the first 6

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  • $\begingroup$ If you saw my last comment, I deleted because I noticed they're all pictures (so easy to differentiate each rebus) - but now I'm a little lost again. 7 images but 6 mentioned in post? Is the final image == the last clue and is also a rebus besides being ascertained from the other 6? or..? $\endgroup$ – TCooper Feb 27 at 23:28
  • $\begingroup$ The final image is a place and a clue at the same time. $\endgroup$ – Avi Feb 28 at 0:39
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The key to end the game is to

King Me

Four rebuses were already solved

Know the ropes
Hit below the belt
Sunfish
All Greek to Me

The fifth rebus is

Chipmunk = (Chips x 1) + Monk

The sixth rebus is

Severest = S + Everest

The seventh rebus is

Diagonally = Die-A-gon + Ally (The flag is the "Straight Ally" flag)

Finally

The seventh clue is used to get the answer. To me, it indicates putting the previous six answers together and reading diagonally as follows

 
 KNOWTHEROPES
 HITBELOWTHEBELT
 SUNFISH
 ALLGREEKTOME
 CHIPMUNK
 SEVEREST
 

Thus we get KINGME or with appropriate spacing KING ME.

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    $\begingroup$ That's checker-mate, well done! $\endgroup$ – Avi Mar 5 at 16:11

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