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The rook can move either up and down or side to side; it is very commonly used to give checkmate on the back rank.
Some say, "Ten moves, 8 pieces". If you have moved 8 of your pieces(not pawns) only once by the tenth move then you should be well on your way to getting the rooks into play.
This task requires the development of the bishops: after which everything else can escape the backline.