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Question 1: This would also suggest the veela are not confined to Bulgaria, and that there are at least a few in ________.
CanadaItalyFranceUnited Kingdom

Question 2: ________ has written several novels set in a world inspired by Russian folktales, called Rusalka, Chernevog and Yvgenie.
Science fictionAlternate historyNorwesconC. J. Cherryh

Question 3: ________ in Slavic mythology come in several forms and their names are spelled differently based on the specific language.
Fairy paintingFairyDwarfElf

Question 4: The ________, Slovak and Polish equivalent is called a vodnĂ­k.
CzechsPragueCzech RepublicSlovakia

Question 5: J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series included a character who was one-eighth veela, ________.
Death EaterOrder of the Phoenix (organisation)Chronology of the Harry Potter seriesMagical creatures (Harry Potter)

Question 6: They first appear in book 4 of the series, ________, in which they accompany the Bulgarian Quidditch team to the Quidditch World Cup.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireHarry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneHarry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Question 7: The vodianoi is a male water ________ of Slavic origin.

Question 8: The text, which seems to have been considerably revised by later scribes, does mention "vampires and bereginyas" as the earliest creatures worshipped by the Slavs, even before the cult of ________ was introduced in their lands.
Veles (god)Ala (demon)PerunSlavic mythology

Question 9: ________ of the Idols", which has been preserved in a 15th-century Novgorod manuscript.
Athanasius of AlexandriaGregory of NazianzusBasil of CaesareaJohn Chrysostom

Question 10: In ________, a Rusalka was a female ghost, water nymph, succubus or mermaid-like demon that dwelled in a lake.
Veles (god)BelobogPerunSlavic mythology


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