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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't the Warrior ever listen to what the devil has to say?
(a) He is the master of his sword.
(b) He must not allow himself to fight for an unjust cause.
(c) He is an instrument of the light and incapable of hearing these things.
(d) He must always remain on the path of the Light.
2. Why is a Warrior proud of people saying he talks nonsense?
(a) While he is innocent, he is vulnerable, and every Warrior must be at some point, vulnerable.
(b) None of these.
(c) Both of these.
(d) In his childish innocence, he remains in contact with God.
3. Why is a Warrior constantly trying to improve himself?
(a) If he allows himself to grow careless, he might lose his life.
(b) He must always come out the victor in battle.
(c) Each blow has to have the strength and skill of all the Warriors before him.
(d) He must always be kept at a distance from his enemies.
4. A Warrior of the Light does not accept what from his enemy?
5. What is the important lesson to be learned in illness?
(a) That life is short.
(b) That good health should never be wasted.
(c) That poor health is a penance.
(d) The blessing of good health.
6. What does the Arabic proverb say?
(a) Two of these.
(b) "Let your actions speak volumes, and your words little."
(c) "God judges a tree by its fruits and not by its roots."
(d) "God judges a tree not by its fruits but by its roots."
7. What is a dignified, not cowardly, gesture?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) Both of these.
8. Why does a Warrior defend his ideas in public?
(a) Fighting for what is just and righteous always leads to women and wine.
(b) After you have done so, you make an effort to live accordingly.
(c) So he may gain the conviction and trust of his friends and allies.
(d) So he can pass off the image of a just, and righteous person.
9. What does a Warrior look at when examining an action?
(a) The intention.
(b) The outcome.
(c) The consequences.
(d) The people involved.
10. If a battle carries on with neither wins nor losses, what does a Warrior do?
(a) Fight on.
(b) Call for reinforcements.
(c) Negotiate a truce.
(d) Slaughter his enemy.
11. What does it mean to a Warrior when things go silent?
(a) He should be wary.
(b) All of these.
(c) This is the time to be alert.
(d) Danger is near.
12. What does a Warrior do when he is faced with a monotonous task?
(a) Transforms work into prayer.
(b) Utilizes the time to go over something that bothers him.
(c) Tells his comrades to do it.
(d) Transforms work into meditation.
13. Why is a Warrior scared of making important decisions?
(a) Neither of these.
(b) He doesn't want to cause pointless suffering nor abandon his path.
(c) He knows that people might be either harmed or benefit from his behavior.
(d) Both of these.
14. For what purpose does a Warrior invite Evil into his tent?
(a) To tire Evil out.
(b) To know for sure that he is always in the right.
(c) To know for sure what path to seek out.
(d) To learn of nefarious things he could do.
15. Why, when a Warrior is defeated, he immediately goes back to battle?
(a) If he waits, he is more likely to be intimidated, fearful and weak.
(b) To exercise his tactical mind to find a solution to the battle.
(c) When a Warrior is defeated, the enemy celebrates.
(d) If he waits, he loses his advantage.
Short Answer Questions
1. He does not ask anyone else for ______ to wield his sword.
2. What is one thing a Warrior will not put up with?
3. Why doesn't a Warrior give up when he is uninspired on his path?
4. What is a capital sin to a Warrior?
5. A Warrior never fights with anyone who does not deserve what?
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