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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. Who does Uther throw his sword to during battle?
2. What can Merlin see in Uther now that the battle has ended?
(a) His love of his son.
(b) His death coming soon.
(c) His recovery.
(d) His strength building.
3. Who threatens to tell the other lords that she carries Arthur's child?
(c) None of these.
4. What happens to Lot's position in the kingdom if he marries Morgian?
(a) He will be in a position to murder Uther.
(b) He will be Uther's heir.
(c) He will be in a position to murder Arthur.
(d) He will take command of Cornwall.
5. Who does Merlin reveal has the gift of sight?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Arthur charge after when he believes Merlin is in trouble?
2. What decorates Uther's great cloak?
3. Who treats the wounded soldiers in a makeshift hospital?
4. What does the guard tell Merlin once awake?
5. What does Arthur complain to Merlin about being in the castle?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does the sentry allow Arthur to be taken from he and Merlin's double room? Who does Arthur leave with?
2. Why is Arthur's thirteenth year known as the "Black Year"?
3. Why are Merlin and Arthur called to Uther's side on the battlefield immediately after Arthur tries to give Merlin Macsen's sword?
4. What do the lords and commoners find when they reach the Perilous Chapel?
5. Why does Arthur's absence from their double room bother Merlin? What does Merlin see in a vision?
6. What does Merlin tell Morgause about her plan and his prophecy for her and her child?
7. How does Uther react the first time he sees Arthur on the battlefield?
8. How do Lot and Cador respond to Arthur claiming the sword that makes him the rightful High King?
9. What impact has the battle with Colgrim had on Uther's standings in the kingdom?
10. Why does Lot of Lothian protest Uther declaring his heir at Luguvallium? What are his true motives behind the protests?
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