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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 the head chef worry about?
(a) His twice baked potatoes.
(b) Naming the dessert.
(c) His flambe.
(d) His roast.
2. How does everything change?
(a) When they capsize.
(b) When the storm stops.
(c) When magic is used.
(d) When the boat disintegrates.
3. What color is the ground?
4. What are the line of riders that Rincewind comes across looking for?
(a) A herd of sheep.
(b) A herd of horses.
(c) A gang of thieves.
(d) A herd of cows.
5. Who does he meet?
(a) The God of Evolution.
(b) The High Priest.
(c) The first man.
(d) The Dean.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Crocodile Dongo challenge to a sheep shearing contest?
2. What does Rincewind notice about the kangaroo in the Roo Beer poster?
3. What does Stibbons spot ahead?
4. What weapon does Rincewind grab when the Watch shows up?
5. Who joins them at the last moment, swimming out to meet them?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Snowy make Rincewind suspect magic is being used?
2. Where does Rincewind go when he is fleeing the watchmen?
3. What do the wizards experience other than becoming the age of children?
4. What is at first lost and then returns to the wizards from the boat and how is this helpful to the wizards?
5. What problems is the God of Evolution experiencing and what offer does Stibbons make?
6. Where does a path lead Stibbons on Mono Island and what does he witness there?
7. What conclusion does Rincewind come to after the earthquake forces him and Neilette to use Luggage and Trunkie as refuge?
8. What does Rincewind notice about the Roo Beer poster and how does it help him during the sheep shearing contest?
9. What does the God of Evolution suggest that Stibbons start with in his efforts to help and to learn and what does the God believe?
10. What tales does Crocodile Dongo regale Rincewind with?
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