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Blood eagle: Quiz


Question 1: ________ mentions the ritual in her novel Burning Water.
The White GryphonMercedes Lackey CollectionsMercedes LackeyThe Silver Gryphon

Question 2: In the horror film ________, Detective Kerry is killed in a trap similar to the blood eagle.
Saw VISaw IVSaw VSaw III

Question 3: It was performed by cutting the ribs of the victim by the spine, breaking the ribs so they resembled blood-stained wings, and pulling the ________ out.
DigestionImmune systemRespiratory systemLung

Question 4: Norna-Gests þáttr has two stanzas of verse near the end of its section 6, "________ Felled the Sons of Hunding", where a character describing previous events says:
GraniReginGram (mythology)Sigurd

Question 5: ________ mentions the blood eagle in his science fiction book Conqueror several times, including a detailed description of the ritual.
Phase Space (story collection)NASA TrilogyStephen BaxterThe Time Ships

Question 6: The Night Lords ________ are known to tear open their POW's rib cages and crucify them to their tanks, as described in the Warhammer 40,000 novel Nighbringer by Graham McNeill.
Inquisition (Warhammer 40,000)Space Marines (Warhammer 40,000)Chaos Space MarinesTau (Warhammer 40,000)

Question 7: In Fox's ________, a forensic television show, in the episode "Mayhem on a Cross", the team discovers a body which was treated to this "Blood Eagle" torture technique.
Seeley BoothCSI: Crime Scene InvestigationTemperance "Bones" BrennanBones (TV series)

Question 8: ________ mentions the blood eagle in some of his stories dealing with the character Cormac Mac Art.
Solomon KaneBran Mak MornRobert E. HowardConan the Barbarian

Question 9: Some have suggested that the blood eagle was never actually practiced, arguing that such accounts are based upon unsupported ________ or upon inaccurate translations.

Question 10: ________ mentions the blood eagle in his novel Voice of the Fire, in the chapter entitled "November Saints".
V for VendettaAlan MooreAlan Moore bibliographyWatchmen

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