| A Black Rook |
You scored 3 Power-Finesse, 0 Leader-Follower, 2 Unique-Ordinary, and 2 Offense-Defense!
You don't have to worry about fancy plans, or sophisticated schemes.
You are just on the board to kick some ass and smash some white pieces.
You stand by your leaders, and they get worried when you are removed
from play. You work best with your buddy, the other black rook, and
when you don't have him watching your six, you tend to be somewhat
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I'm amused by this one--as a chess player I tend to prefer working with the rooks in the middle and end game. They're more powerful than the queen. I'll often force a trade of queens--lots of players will give up a piece or two trying to avoid it.