Special Sub-Topic: Deltora Quest's "City of the Rats."
|How many wolves are chasing Lief, Barda, and Jasmine?|
Eleven.. The wolves are actually Thaegon's children who can transform themselves at will.
|What is Filli's favorite treat?|
Honeycomb.. When the group is traveling to Tom's store they eat bread, honey, and fruit and they mention Filli had his favorite treat, honeycomb.
|No exchanges. No refunds. No... Finish Tom's rules.|
regrets. This is said quite a few times throughout the book.
|How much money does Tom originally ask for the muddlets? |
21 gold coins.. They bargain it down to 18 gold coins for the muddlets, saddles, and bridles.
|Who took Pip?|
Barda.. Lief took Noodle, Jasmine took Zanzee, and Tom was the person from whom they bought them.
|You say 'brix' to make muddlets slow down.|
F. You say 'snuff' to make them slow down.
|What is the place you would go to if you took the left path?|
Miller's Rise.. The right path takes you to the Broad River.
|What is the worst crime you can commit in Noradz?|
Bringing a small mammal in.. Jasmine brought Filli in and that condemned them to imprisonment for life.
|What is the first thing Reeah says to Lief?|
Come to me, Leif of Del.. Reeah is a giant snake who rules the City of the Rats.
|How does Reece make sure that Lief gets the death card?|
All cards say death.. Lief picks one card, destroys it and says he got the opposite of the card that remains.
|The color red saves anyone who travels into the Hole.|
F. Abundant clothes save people in the Hole.
|Who seized power during the plague?|
The rat catchers.. The plague was caused by the rat catchers secretly and they modeled themselves as lords by saving everyone.
|How does Reeah die?|
Jasmine slits her throat.. Jasmine kills her with Lief's sword as the building burns. Later the rats do eat her but she is already dead.
|Lief is nearly killed by Reeah.|
T. The Nectar of Life brings Lief back from the brink of death, as it did to Barda.
|What does the opal symbolize?|
Hope.. The ruby symbolizes happiness, the topaz faith, and the opal tells the future but doesn't symbolize it.
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