Special Sub-Topic: BiOZgraphy -- The Four Witches
|Dorothy's house landed on the Wicked Witch of the East and the witch was killed. Who did the Witch of the East rule over?|
The Munchkins. The Munchkins were small people who always wore blue. They were very grateful when the Wicked Witch was killed.
|When the Good Witch of the North took off her hat, and balanced it on her nose, what did it turn into?|
A slate. On the slate was written 'LET DOROTHY GO TO THE CITY OF EMERALDS'
|Which of the following was true about the Wicked Witch of the West?|
She only had one eye. That one eye was as powerful as a telescope. This meant that the Witch could see things that were far away.
|What did the Wicked Witch of the West wear around her neck?|
A whistle. When she blew the whistle once, it summoned the wolves. When she blew it twice, the crows came. When she blew it three times, a swarm of bees came to her to do her bidding.
|What did the Wicked Witch of the West always carry?|
An umbrella. She kept threatening to beat Dorothy with it. Once she hit Toto with it, but he bit her leg in return.
|What was the Wicked Witch of the West scared of?|
The dark and water. The Witch was scared of water because it could harm her. When Dorothy threw a bucket of water over the Witch, the Witch melted and died.
|What was the Witch of the South's name?|
Glinda. Glinda ruled over the Land of the Quadlings.
|What colour was the Witch of the South's hair?|
Red. Glinda was young and beautiful. Her hair was a rich red and her eyes were blue.
|What did the Witch of the South want in return for telling Dorothy how to get home?|
The Golden Cap. Dorothy had already used the Golden Cap three times. Glinda used to cap to return the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion to the lands they had been asked to rule over.
|By the end of the book, how many of the witches are alive?|
Two. Only the two Good witches were alive.
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