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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 does Milamber's true name in the Tsurani tongue mean?
(a) He who was slave and is now not.
(b) He who has come from another world.
(c) He who is most powerful.
(d) One that stands between worlds.
2. What will the Tsurani add to the war in the spring?
(a) About 10,000 new troops.
(b) A new overall general of the army.
(c) The Emperor's guard.
(d) Two new families.
3. Why does Amos volunteer to take charge of Prince Arutha's boat?
(a) It will be dangerous sailing at that time of the year.
(b) He knows the prince can trust him.
(c) He has very good sailors under him.
(d) He wants to earn the money.
4. What is the man given?
(b) A knife and a hammer.
(c) A task to do.
(d) Two swords.
5. Who is Martin Longbow?
(a) The prince's squire.
(b) A huntsmaster.
(c) A slave.
(d) A Tsurani soldier.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Princess Anita with Trevor?
2. Who does Thomas want to capture?
3. What does the visitor say they will need when the enemy attacks?
4. Why was Chogana at the swamp?
5. What kind of news does Martin bring Arutha?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Amos wakes and what is the gist of his and Trevor's conversation?
2. What does Princess Anita do when she enters the room and what does she say?
3. Why is Aglaragnna discussing Thomas? How do you think a person who had been given some great power would change
4. What does Cook ask Arutha and what does Arutha tell him? What does Cook do when Arutha answers him?
5. How does Pug end up being taken from Kotmasu's estate?
6. What has happened in Krondor by the time they arrive?
7. What does Charles tell Arutha about the Tsurani?
8. What happens to Arutha when he runs to escape?
9. Who is the small boy that misled Arutha and what does he say about himself?
10. What does Cook tell Arutha about why they took him, Martin and Amos?
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