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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 weapon took down Eventine?
(a) A club.
(b) A sword.
(c) A dagger.
(d) An arrow.
2. Why wouldn't Cephelo have known that Eretria left?
(a) The had put him to sleep.
(b) She had told him she was riding ahead to the caravan.
(c) She had told him that she loved Wil and would not marry another.
(d) She had drugged him.
3. Why don't the witches leave the Hollows?
(a) They want to kill each other before leaving the Hollows.
(b) They know nothing of the outside world.
(c) There is no magic for them beyond the Hollows.
(d) They prefer to live their lives in the Hollows.
4. How long had the proprietress' pains been afflicting her?
5. What did Amberle hurt when she had fallen?
(a) Her wrist.
(b) Her knee.
(c) Her hand.
(d) Her ankle.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Mallenroh give for Wil's present of the Elfstones?
2. What was the village called that the Free Corps fought in that earned their commander his nickname?
3. What finally took down the King?
4. The chamber behind the 'door made of glass that cannot break' is empty, but who feels a presence?
5. What did Hebel give Mallenroh?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Eretria know how to find Wil?
2. How did Ander understand his brother's bitterness? What was the difference between them?
3. What information does Wisp reveal while the group is incarcerated?
4. How will the army divide and why?
5. Why had the old man come to live in the wilderness of the Wilderun?
6. What made Amberle so fearful of the gifts the Ellcrys bestowed upon her?
7. Why was Amberle's transformation fitting, as well as Wil's involvement in that transformation?
8. What is the riddle through the glass door that does not break and where is the bloodfire?
9. What tactic works best at getting Wisp to reveal information?
10. Why didn't Eretria have to go with Wil anymore?
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