Terry Pratchett and The Discworld Quiz
Terry Pratchett is best known for his Discworld books - But just how much do you know about them? 20 Questions.
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Starting at the beginning, the first novel "The Colour of Magic" was published in what year?
Which book was the first to be adapted for television?
The Colour of Magic
One book was themed with The Phantom of the Opera. Was it?
Lords and Ladies
Nanny Ogg's cat is called what?
The Librarian at the Unseen University was transformed by magic some years ago and refused to change back again. He is now a what?
Granny Weatherwax first appeared in which novel? Was it:
Samuel Vimes first appears in which novel? Is it:
Feet of Clay
Carrot Ironfoundersson is a dwarf. His height is listed as what?
In Night Watch C.M.O.T Dibbler calls his business what?
Which of these is not a regular character and doesn't appear in a number of the books:
In Reaper Man, Death becomes a farm hand. His assumed name during this time is:
"I name you ... Esmeralda Margaret Note Spelling of Lancre!" is a quote taken from which novel. Is it:
Put these books in the order they were published (Oldest first).
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Making Money was published in which year. Was it:
Match these people (or groups of people) with the novels they are associated with.
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The Colour of Magic
The City Watch
Death and The Wizards
Moving Pictures revolves around Ankh-Morpork and which other town. Is it:
"When Mister Safety Catch Is Not On, Mister Crossbow Is Not Your Friend." is said by Detritus. But which book is it from:
The Last Hero
Soul Music was first published in what year. Was it:
Death rides around on a horse of flesh and blood. But the name of Death's steed is what?
And finally, the last novel (at least when this quiz was being done) to have been written is called what?
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