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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 was Carline to be shamed by her love affair?
(a) She had engaged in affairs unbecoming a princess.
(b) She had disgraced the royal family.
(c) She had fallen in love with a commoner.
(d) All of these.
2. What color was the coin once the witch had pored her liquid onto it?
3. Which person/people had defeated Gardan in the past?
(a) Arutha's father.
(b) Swordmaster Fannon.
(c) Arutha himself.
(d) All of these.
4. What had killed Laughing Jack?
(a) A crossbow arrow.
(b) None of these.
(c) A knife wound.
(d) He had fallen to his death.
5. What caused the noise that gave way Jimmy's position?
(a) A tile came loose beneath his hands.
(b) Jimmy's hand slipped on a wet tile.
(c) Jimmy lost his footing.
(d) The gold dropped from Jimmy's belt.
Short Answer Questions
1. What position was implied for Volney?
2. What makes even the 'evil' gods not truly evil?
3. What struck Arutha?
4. Who was the first to summon Arutha?
5. What animal was Trig the Fuller compared to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the Moredhel command the people he was with to do following the witch's reading?
2. Why was the heavy crossbow a poor choice of weapon?
3. Why did the witch tell the priest of the Pantathian serpent people to stop making signs? What stopped the serpent person from continuing?
4. What made the Moredhel hard to kill?
5. What revelation added double meaning to the Princes' remark that himself and Jimmy were already friends?
6. What images did Jimmy have going through his mind?
7. Why did Jimmy come and tell the Prince his life was in jeopardy instead of reporting to the Mockers as he ought to have?
8. Why were the 'Dog Soldiers' called that?
9. Who had been the intended target and how was it that Laughing Jack managed to be alive?
10. Why did the old witch gasp at the sight of the central figure when he removed his cloak?
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