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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 does Aviendha create a doorway into an icy country?
(a) To send a drakhar there.
(b) To see if her powers would work there.
(c) To seek help with the oracle there.
(d) To escape in panic when Rand finds her naked.
2. Who exclaims about Elayne's beauty?
(d) One of the Forsaken.
3. What does Galad offer to get Nynaeve and the others?
(a) Some money for traveling.
(b) A writ of safe passage.
(c) A ter'angreal that is missing.
(d) A boat.
4. How does Rand fail?
(a) He cannot protect several Maidens of the Spear.
(b) He lies when he knows Lanfear can tell.
(c) He cannot protect Lan.
(d) He hesitates to kill Lanfear because she's a woman.
5. What secret does Elayne hold back?
(a) That she is pregnant.
(b) That she is leaving to go find Rand.
(c) She holds back nothing.
(d) Birgitte's identity.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Rand transport himself and some Aiel?
2. Where does Moiraine force Lanfear?
3. What has Asmodean hidden from sight?
4. Why does Masema say Nynaeve is blessed?
5. What does Mat try to convince himself to do?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Brigitte come out of Tel'Aran'Rhiod into the physical world?
2. What do Nynaeve and Elayne tell the sisters in Salidar and what is their response?
3. Describe Rand and Aviendha's encounter with the Seanchan.
4. Who is Masema and why does Uno take Nynaeve to see him?
5. How does Rand end up adding more to his list of women who have been killed around him or because of him?
6. What does Davram Bashere want and what is Rand's response?
7. How does Nynaeve learn that Uno is still alive and in the same town as they are?
8. What is the beginning of Mat's army (later to be called the Red Hand)?
9. What does Elayne finally tell Thom and Juilin after she has bonded Brigitte?
10. How does Mat end up killing Couladin?
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