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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Trevor Hull's former occupation?
(b) Pirating and smuggling.
(d) Customs Service.
2. At the beginning of Chapter 9, how long have Arutha and the others been following the Beasthound?
(a) 4 weeks.
(b) 2 weeks.
(c) More than a week.
(d) 3 days.
3. After Ryath transports Pug and Tomas from Sorcerer's Island, what do the creatures resemble that attack the two men?
4. What is a man and his giant dog fighting when Arutha and his men come upon them?
(a) Black Slayer's.
5. At the beginning of Chapter 8, how long has Arutha's party been waiting for Martin?
(a) 8 days.
(b) 5 days.
(c) 3 days.
(d) 1 week.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Jimmy's position at the Court of Krondor?
2. What is conducted thirty days after the birth of a member of the royal family?
3. Who is the dog accepting as master?
4. Who lives in Thunderhell?
5. What is name of the leader of the creatures that attack Pug and Tomas after Ryath transports them from Sorcerer's Island?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jimmy try to allay any suspicions when he thinks he has been spotted by a Nighthawk lookout?
2. What happens when Blutark comes upon another Beasthound?
3. Why is the dog proving to be useful to Arutha and his men?
4. What does Martin want done with the man who shot the bear and left a nasty wound?
5. What story do Jimmy and Locklear tell riders from the garrison of Questor's View?
6. Why does Tathar say it is well that Martin and Baru came through Elvandar?
7. Why does Commander Bayne complain about Arutha's order to arrest anyone not known by three citizens of good standing?
8. Describe the battle garb that once belonged to Ashen-Shugar and is now worn by Tomas.
9. What happens during the Festival of Presentation?
10. When Jimmy is hit on the head while he is in the sewers, how is he rescued?
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