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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. How many enemy soldiers does Arutha say were killed in the battle to take Armengar?
2. What was Macros' name at birth?
3. What does Amos fire from a catapult toward the enemy armies?
(a) Quegan fire.
(b) Hot oil.
(c) Hot boulders.
(d) Hot sand.
4. What creatures do Martin and the others encounter near Inclindel Gap as they journey to Stone Mountain?
5. What do Jimmy and Locklear think Murmandamus may be after in Sethanon?
(a) The natural resources in the area.
(b) Something magic.
(c) A place that can be easily defended.
(d) A strategic location to launch from in the spring.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many horsemen pull the huge battering ram brought to the southern gate of Sethanon?
2. What creatures do Martin and the others have to fight after obtaining horses at the narrow pass they come to on their way to Stone Mountain?
3. What creature do Pug and Tomas encounter in the tower on the island, encircled by a ring of fire?
4. Who built Armengar?
5. What does Roald tell Laurie to do for him when they have to leave him behind, after he is injured on their way to Stone Mountain?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do giants look like?
2. Describe the City of Forever.
3. How do Martin, Baru, Roald, and Laurie obtain horses for their journey to Stone Mountain?
4. Describe the elves in Elder Wood.
5. Why does Guy believe that Murmandamus plans on taking Armengar in four weeks?
6. What happens to Roald as he, Martin, Laurie, and Baru see trolls and then Dark Brothers on their way to Stone Mountain?
7. What do the besieging armies bring to Armengar on the fifth day of the attack?
8. How does Amos use hot sand as a weapon?
9. What answer does Arutha given when Murmandamus comes to allow them to surrender and leave the city?
10. What does Arutha show Lord Highcastle at the beginning of Chapter 17?
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