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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What had Shea told Wil regarding Allanon?
2. What was the druids greatest ally?
3. What did the cottage look like?
4. What must Wil utilize in the protection of the elven girl?
5. Where did Wil and Amberle sleep the first night?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why was Flick distressed at the distance separating him from Wil?
2. What was strange regarding the behavior of Wil and Amberle upon the meeting of the wizened man?
3. What was Cephelo's reasons for not giving the horse back?
4. What was the biggest problem following the death of the Chosen?
5. What should the faerie creatures have noticed regarding the humans?
6. What act makes Cephelo doubt Wil's previous story regarding who he was and from whence he came?
7. Why can't Allanon be the one to guide the elven girl, Amberle, to Safehold and the Bloodfire?
8. What was one of the few things that Amberle spoke about without hesitation?
9. What did Wil know about when he handed over his clothes, and why wasn't he perturbed about it?
10. What had Brona done?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the difference between Arion and Ander's acceptance of Amberle. Why did they differ? How did this ever widen the gap between Arion and Ander until Arion's death? Could it have been repaired? If so how? If not why?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the King of the Silver River. What was it likely this character was? How do you know this? How might Amberle and Wil have been lost if not for the intervention of the King of the Silver River? Explain your answer.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the Wilderun, in particular the town of Grimpen Ward. What characteristics allow the town to continue being a haven for those of criminal intent? What would have to be done in order to clean up that area and make it habitable for law abiding citizens?
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