Usually I am a defensive player. Because of this, a few years ago, I created an opening set of moves, where I moved every other pawn forward 1 space, starting with pawn A2. To be more specific, I moved pawns 2A, 2C, 2E, and 2G to 3A, 3C, 3E, and 3G, respectively.
There are ways to get through to row 1 using a queen or bishop, but except for one way (going diagonally to 1H with a queen), any piece will be immediately destroyed at almost any point in rows 1-4. That one way, using a queen to get to 1H, does do a lot of damage, because eventually it threatens the king, and is hard to be stopped.
I am an amateur chess player, so I do not know a lot about all of the tactics. To experienced chess players, this may look like a stupid question. I apologize for that.
Is this weakness enough to make the strategy not worth it, or is it still a good idea?