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A group of rooks?

A group of rooks is known as a parliament, due to their habit of forming large assemblies during which one bird will seem to "speak" or orate at length. Afterwards, the bird i (MORE)

What is a rook?

A raven . The chess pieces that occupy the extreme corners of the opening game. Also know as a castle. . A prank, or a scam most often used as a verb. 'I've been rooked'
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How does a rook move?

The rook moves along either a rank or a file, and can move across or along any number of unoccupied squares. This means it can "reach" from one side of the board to the other (MORE)
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Why is a rook called a rook?

There will probably other theories about the origin of the name "rook" for this chess piece; however her is the one I believe is best.. IN the origins of the game itself, the (MORE)
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Were rookes dead?

Meh, I'm not interested... I'm scared... I'm not answering this one... I don't even know the answer.

Where are the rook islands?

The islands exist only in a game, not for real. Based on in-game mentions, thesemade-up islands are located somewhere between Thailand and Papua New Guinea. In real life, t (MORE)
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What are rooks in chess?

Rooks are the castle-shaped pieces that begin the game at the four corners. They can move an unlimited distance but can't jump over other pieces, and can only travel up, down, (MORE)