The Rook goes at about 5.9+. There is a beautiful splitter hand crack that splits the south face of it, and you can tackle the roof head on (5.10+? with a fixed pin), or you can make a delicate traverse out right, under the roof, on face holds to the corner of the formation, that leads to easier climbing to the top, and that's about 5.9, maybe 5.9+ if you're short. Definitely get on this, even if 5.9 is your limit, the gear is very good and provides the best quality climbing of any of the Chessmen.
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