Special Sub-Topic: "Northern Lights" and "The Subtle Knife"
|What is the name of Lee Scoresby's daemon?|
Hester & hester. Hester was in the shape of a hare. She always scolded Lee. Unfortunately, Lee and Hester died at the end of "The Subtle Knife".
|What was Will's surname?|
Parry. Will is the bearer of the knife. This passed over to him in the fight between Angelica's brother and Will. Two of Will's were cut off, the sign of the bearer.
|Was Lyra's daemon a moth at the beginning of "Northern Lights"?|
y. This is when they are going to sneak into the retiring room at Jordan College. Lyra had never been in there before and was curious.
|In Will's Oxford, what is the name of the doctor that Lyra goes to?|
mary & Mary Malone & malone & Malone & Mary & mary malone. She is studying dark matter, which Lyra suspects is Dust.
|True or False: Mrs. Coulter has a golden monkey as her daemon.|
t. This monkey prowls around a lot looking for things. This monkey was the one that found Lyra's Alethiometer.
|Under what type of tree was the window that Will found?|
hornbeam & Hornbeam. The black cat who was following Will found this. Will followed her into the other city, Cittagaze.
|In the retiring room at Jorden college, did Lord Asriel really have Grumman's head?|
n. It was just a trick to make them believe he was dead. No one was too keen to look closely.
|What was the name of the bear that Lyra helped?|
Iorek Brynison & Iorek. He had his armour taken away from him, and Lyra helped him to find it. In return, the bear would help them.
|What is the name of the book after "The Subtle Knife"?|
The Amber Spyglass. "The Amber Spyglass" is the last one in this set of books.
|What was the name of Will's cat?|
moxie & Moxie. He says this several times and also says he misses her.
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