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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 could hold the road they were traveling up?
(a) Six grandmothers with brooms.
(b) Five grandmothers with brooms.
(c) Four grandmothers with brooms.
(d) Seven grandmothers with brooms.
2. What struck Arutha?
(a) None of these.
(b) The austere look of his chambers and lack of personal belongings.
(c) The look of hopelessness on the priests' acolytes faces.
(d) The lavish state in which his chambers were decorated.
3. Where is Pug searching for a cure for Anita?
(a) Malcros Library.
(b) Micros Library.
(c) Marcos Library.
(d) Macros Library.
4. What did the chieftain seek?
(a) A spell of protection.
(b) A reading of the ruins.
(c) A reading of the signs.
(d) All of these.
5. What did the assassin change into?
(a) Both of these.
(b) A Moredhel.
(c) A dark elf.
(d) Neither of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the witch require of the moredhel?
2. What was Rillanon called?
3. Which was not one of the people on board the ship?
4. What else was on the roof with Jimmy?
5. What was the last thing Martin said to Laurie regarding why it took him so long?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Jimmy in trouble, and why was the Upright Man willing to spare him?
2. What struck Jimmy about the men at the next table in the Inn?
3. What revelation added double meaning to the Princes' remark that himself and Jimmy were already friends?
4. How did Martin know that the Moredhel was high ranking?
5. Why wouldn't Jimmy take orders from Arutha?
6. Why did the captain of the Royal Eagle wish that the tall spires of Rillanon were in sight?
7. Why was the heavy crossbow a poor choice of weapon?
8. What kinds of things did Jimmy know about the sewers?
9. Why did Jimmy state that they "should have waited on the temples' pleasure"?
10. What was the plan to throw the Moredhel off Arutha's trail?
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