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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. How does the Great Om manifest himself to the people?
(a) By destroying the turtle.
(b) By shifting forms.
(c) By killing all the soldiers in the temple.
(d) By striking Vorbis with a thunderbolt.
2. According to Om, what do gods do in different cultures?
(a) Vocalize or stay quiet.
(b) Wear different masks.
(d) Harness their powers or show them.
3. What does Simony recommend for getting into the Citadel?
(a) Disguising themselves as priests.
(b) Underground tunnels.
(c) Walking in with other worshippers..
(d) A steam-powered battering ram.
4. What type of government will Omnia have?
(a) It won't have a government.
5. Who is with Brutha when he wakes up in the Citadel?
(b) The Tyrant.
(d) Brother Nhumrod.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Brutha find near him after he wakes up after the weather?
2. Where do Didactylos, Urn, and Simony end out?
3. What does Brutha follow toward Omnia?
4. What does Brutha offer the Navy?
5. Where does St. Ungulant live?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Om plan to keep the lion from attacking Brutha? What does the boy think of this idea?
2. What does Om realize as he fends off the horde of small gods in the cave?
3. What has Vorbis been like as they travel through the desert , and how does he change?
4. What does Simony announce that he believes in, and how does Didactylos react to this statement?
5. Vorbis is starting to show the dark side of his personality to Brutha. What does he do, and how does Brutha react?
6. How does Brutha portray his generous nature right to the end of the book?
7. How does Om change after Vorbis is struck down?
8. What does Vorbis think happened to Brutha and how does he respond to his thoughts on Brutha's whereabouts?
9. How does Om find water?
10. Who does Didactylos lecture to, and what does he lecture about?
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