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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. Where does Lanik decide he must travel next in order to stop the illuders?
(a) To Anderson.
(b) To Schwartz.
(c) To Ku Kuei.
(d) To Mueller.
2. Name one of the illusions the character on the beach near Anderson uses on Lanik.
(a) A hurricane.
(b) A tornado.
(c) An earthquake.
(d) A volcano.
3. Who does Lanik heal after an assassination attempt on the lord and Lanik?
4. What do the Ku Kuei love to do?
(a) Hide amongst the trees.
(b) Help arm soldiers.
(c) Trick others.
(d) Ambush travelers.
5. In Gill, what does Lanik save the new prisoner from?
(a) Community service.
(b) Lifelong imprisonment.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did the lord in Britton first meet Lanik?
2. When Lanik goes to the throne room in Gill using quicktime, he sees an old woman on the throne. Who is the old woman, really?
3. What do the Ku Kuei look like?
4. According to the Jones innkeeper, what is being stockpiled in Huss?
5. According to the person who meets Lanik on the beach near Anderson, how does this person make a living?
Short Essay Questions
1. Although Ensel tries to show joy at the comforting environment of the forest, he cannot. Why?
2. Why does Lanik leave his horse with a stabler and make a hasty escape from Jones?
3. What does Lanik do while staying in Jones?
4. When Lanik realizes the deception taking place in the throne room, why does he not kill the impostors?
5. Lanik descends into the rock to better hear the voice, but when he returns to the surface, his father is afraid. Why?
6. Why do the people of Gill react so harshly when Lanik arrives in their town?
7. How do the Nkumai treat Lanik's double when they first find him?
8. Why does Lanik become a legend in Britton?
9. After seeing Mwabao Mawa in Jones, what does Lanik realize about Mawa?
10. Why does Lanik return to Mueller?
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