I imagine something like Anubis is graded to reflect the onsite and Dave Mac must have learned a lot from his attempts, making the ascent feel (relatively) easier.
So these are my thoughts. (the numbers in brackets represent the Scottish tech grade ie; the hardest move or sequence of moves)
Left Over Goods D9
Slightly overhanging crack line (8) to a good rest under the big roof, then powerful moves into a fig four and a hard pull to reach easy ground and the LO (11)
Doorstep Challenge D8+
As above to the rest,(8) then move right and climb through the roof with powerful moves to get round the lip (11)
White Goods D8+
Overhanging ground with some hard moves through the small roofs (9) leads to a semi rest under the main roof, then the obligatory horizontal section with more inverted manoeuvres (10) leads to the finishing crack.
Steep climbing, sustained, but with no particularly hard crux, leads to the LO (9)
Tumble in the Jungle D9
Climbs through four overlaps, while traversing rightwards, on thin, difficult to place torques with some big pulls and no rests (9)
Ready Steady Hook D10
Easy climbing leads to a good rest under the big roof, before launching out with multiple fig fours to the lip, where a dyno gets a good ledge, then footless dangling and heel hooks allow small hooks to be reached and the hardest climbing is over (12) Climb the wall above (8) to a LO
|Ready Steady Hook|
A big reach out to the lip of the first roof and powerful/reachy moves up on small edges gain the wall above (10) which is climbed to a good rest under the main overhang. Now a sustained sequence of pumpy moves lead horizontally leftwards to a massive reach off a stienpull (10) then a hard move past a block (9) and more strenuous moves to the LO
|The first roof on Powerpact|