A bishop can move diagonally as many squares as it likes, as long as it is not blocked by its own pieces or an occupied square.
The modern bishop's movement was popularized in the 14th and 15th centuries, and the modern queen was popularized in the 15th and 16th centuries, with versions with the more powerful modern queen eclipsing older variants.
The rook can move vertically or horizontally any number of squares without jumping over another piece.
However, to be able to castle, the following conditions must be fulfilled.
It is the most powerful piece on the board since it can move both diagonally and horizontally.
The Pawn: Pawns are both simple and complex in their movements.