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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. Why didn't anyone want to deliver messages between the nobles?
(a) It would keep the deliverer away from the palace and the action the entire time.
(b) The notes were often inconsequential.
(c) It was a thankless task.
(d) It meant running almost constantly all day long.
2. What was the name of the popular brothel in Krondor?
(a) The House of Widows.
(b) The House of Cedar.
(c) The House of Aspen.
(d) The House of Willows.
3. What was the name of the darkness that had possessed Laughing Jack?
4. Who was still a friend to Jimmy?
(a) The Upright Man.
(b) The Mockers.
(c) Alvarny the Quick.
(d) Golden Dase.
5. What did he have to order the Tsurani guards not to do?
(a) Kill Laughing Jack.
(b) All of these.
(c) Kill themselves.
(d) Withdraw from being soldiers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What caused the noise that gave way Jimmy's position?
2. What did Jimmy realize the men were?
3. What brought out the worst in Carline's nature?
4. What caused the black rider's horse to panic?
5. What did Jimmy notice had been out of the ordinary?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Jimmy want to tell Arutha what had been going on, and what he had witnessed with the assassin?
2. Why was Jimmy in trouble, and why was the Upright Man willing to spare him?
3. Why were the 'Dog Soldiers' called that?
4. What did Jimmy learn following his first night out?
5. What drew Arutha's attention from Anita?
6. How did the being that took Jack lie?
7. What revelation added double meaning to the Princes' remark that himself and Jimmy were already friends?
8. Why did Jimmy come and tell the Prince his life was in jeopardy instead of reporting to the Mockers as he ought to have?
9. Why did Jimmy state that they "should have waited on the temples' pleasure"?
10. Why did the captain of the Royal Eagle wish that the tall spires of Rillanon were in sight?
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