Pagan lies immediately to the right of the classic Zig-zag crack. The route is difficult and sustained, with varying climbing. It starts by using medium edges to balance onto the initial bulge and attain the horizontal flake a the lip of the giant roof. From there hard pulls on small edges take the climber over the roof and into the hanging dihedral above. Here, some tenuous counter-pressure moves leading to another hard pull on a small side-pull pocket and undercling deposit the climber at a decent hold and a chance to grab a dab of chalk. After this brief "rest" the climber heads out of the dihedral to the right and follows a few more difficult crimps eventually ending in the upper crack of Zig-zag crack.
All-told it is fun route with interesting movement.