Are you an Eragon-aholic?

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10 Questions - Developed by: Eragon's #1 fan!:-) - Developed on: - 6.575 taken - User Rating: 4.55 of 5.0 - 22 Votes

Plenty of people claim that they are an Eragon-aholic, and few of them are right. Take this quiz to find out if you're a true Eragon-aholic or a helpless wannabe!

  • 1
    Let's start with something easy. Ready? What's the Dragon Riders' headquarters?
    Doru Areaba
  • 2
    Now that wasn't so hard, was is it? So, let's turn it up a notch (or two)! The tailbone of the Spine is called Rathbar's Spur, what is the elven name?
    Edur Carthungave
    Astim Hefthyn
  • 3
    This one is so easy that if you miss it, why are you even taking this quiz? SO DON'T MISS THIS! Who is Oromis?
    leader of the Varden
    king of the elves
    a retired Dragon Rider, the Cripple Who Is Whole, and Eragon's teacher
  • 4
    Where does Oromis live?
    in Ellesmera
    the Crags of Tel'naeir
    with the Varden
  • 5
    Brom recited a poem to Eragon in the first book. What is called and who is it about?
    Du Silbena Datia about Acallamh and Nuada
    Du Sundavar Freohr about Linnea and Jormundur
    Domia abr Wyrda about Evandar and Islandzadi
  • 6
    What is the relation between the Ra'zac and the Lethrblaka
    the Ra'zac domesticated the wild Lethrblaka
    the Lethrblaka are the parents of the Ra'zac
    the Lethrblaka hatch for its destined person and they become the Ra'zac, like the Dragon Riders
  • 7
    How would one curse in the dwarf language?
  • 8
    In the prologue, Arya had guards who were killed. What were their names?
    Glenwing and Faolin
    Nari and Lifean
    Ama and Duthmer
  • 9
    On Arya's back and Brom's ring, there is a symbol. What is it and what does it mean?
    vondr, meaning one is bound to a lifetime of service to the royals
    otho, meaning one was faithful to someone of great importance
    yawe, meaning a bond of trust
  • 10
    Who are the dwarf gods and goddesses?
    they have no gods
    it isn't metioned in the books (in other words, i don't know)
    Guntera, Kilf, Urur, Sindri, Morgothgal and Helzvog

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