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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 does Troy believe regardless of what Covenant says?
(a) That Elena is going to be their downfall.
(b) That the Land is real.
(c) That Lord Foul is not that powerful.
(d) That Elena rather than Covenant is the Land's savior.
2. What signals the start of the war?
(a) Lord Foul's emissary kills one of the High Lords.
(b) An eerie silence is heard throughout the castle.
(c) Lord Foul's army is on the move.
(d) A brilliant yellow glow is in the west.
3. For what sign was Amok waiting?
(a) The alignment of two planets that do not usually align.
(b) The star Sysil exploding.
(c) The krill sword coming alive.
(d) The white gold creating a vibration Amok can feel.
4. What wards does Elena tell Amok they have mastered?
(a) 1 of them.
(b) All of them.
(c) None of them.
(d) 3 of them.
5. What is Thomas Covenant's occupation in the "real" world?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is leading Lord Foul's army?
2. Who wakens Covenant?
3. What does Covenant say is suicide for a leper?
4. What does Mhoram see in his dreams?
5. Why is the council surprised about who is leading the army?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Hile Troy and what should he be able to be proof of to Covenant?
2. What does the man who picks up a hitchhiking Covenant say about a man in the next town?
3. How does Troy react to the news about Lord Foul's army, and who is leading the army?
4. How is Covenant viewed in the Land?
5. What do Covenant and Lord Mhoram discuss?
6. What is Covenant's response to being back in the land and why can't the people do as he asks?
7. What type of phone calls is Covenant receiving and what happens to the stables?
8. What does Runick relate when he arrives to where the army is encamped?
9. How does Covenant explain his feelings about the Land to Troy?
10. Who asks to meet with Covenant?
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