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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. Who discovers Mordred in his new home?
2. While war wages on, how does Mordred busy himself?
(a) Killing Arthur's people.
(b) By running the kingdom.
(c) Spending all of Camelot's money.
(d) Pillaging the neighboring villages.
3. As Mordred hears his brothers say bad things about the king and queen, he realizes he is completely loyal to Arthur and ________.
(a) Feared Guinevere.
(b) Wanted Guinevere dead.
(c) Angry with Guinevere.
(d) In love with Guinevere.
4. What has Agravain become obsessed with?
(a) Bedwyr and Guinevere's supposed relationship.
(b) Arthur and Mordred.
(c) Arthur's inability to love him.
(d) Mordred's love for Guinevere.
5. Mordred and Cedric are confused. How do they try to remedy the situation?
(a) Send a courier for a meeting with Arthur.
(b) They think it is a trick from the Romans.
(c) They agree to kill Arthur anyway.
(d) Charge on with the fight.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Mordred learn has died?
2. Who does Gaheris kill in a frenzy?
3. After war starts, who do the Romans send for?
4. Who does Nimue insist she is?
5. What does Bedwyr serve as when Arthur is away?
Short Essay Questions
1. Unfortunately for Arthur, what news does he hear while injured?
2. Why does war break out with Rome?
3. When Gaheris catches his mother in her lover's arms, how does he react?
4. Why does Arthur take away Gaheris' banishment?
5. When do the young Celts decide to attack their Queen and Bedwyr?
6. What is the gossip surrounding the court about Guinevere and Bedwyr?
7. Why does Arthur choose Mordred to accompany him on the trip to meet the Saxons?
8. What is revealed about Agravain's personality while Mordred gets to know his half brother better?
9. Why doesn't Mordred think Gawain should go as a part of the peace envoy?
10. Why does Mordred travel to Merlin's home town?
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