Special Sub-Topic: Deltora Quest - The Four Sisters
|In the last book of the whole series, what is the emerald dragon's name?|
Honora. Honora is the answer because the emerald represents for honour. Hopia is no such dragon, Hopian is.
|In "Shadowgate", Bede sends a secret message to Lief, Barda and Jasmine through a song. Complete this line: Her goodness _______ evil|
banishes. Bede was sending a secret message in his song: Kirsten is evil. I am her prisoner.
|In the "Isle of the Dead", who is the guardian?|
Doran. That was how Doran disappeared. Doran asked Veritas to kill him while Lief showed Doran the baby dragon.
|What was Rolf's species in "Dragon's Nest"?|
Capricorn. Cap isn't even a species! Just a piece of clothing.
|What was the 'plague' thought to be caused by in "The Sister of the South"?|
The blobby goo thing from the weird two-faced monster. Poisoned by food and drinks actually was Lief's first guess.
|In "Dragon's Nest", what puzzle is Lief given with Rolf?|
A pile of sticks arranged into a fish. Rhymes are given to Lief in the second series - 'The Pirran Pipe' and the game called 'cage the beetle' is found by Lief in The Isle of Illusion.
|In "Shadowgate", who saved Barda from being poisoned by Bess by spinning the table?|
Kree. Kree still heard Bess talking about her magic tricks, and saw what Bess was doing and spun the table to poison Bess instead.
|In which book do we meet Lindal again the second time?|
Dragon's Nest. Lief, Barda and Jasmine travel to Broome and find Lindal there.
|Who was the lighthouse keeper's daughter who was taken onto the Lady Luck?|
Verity. Veritas is the name of the amethyst dragon, but they sound very familiar, probably because they both were Toran.
|Why was Lief waiting for Jasmine's arrival still for a bit in "Dragon's Nest"?|
She wanted to stay with her parents.. Jasmine would never leave for no reason.
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