When it comes to Breaking Dawn, is your knowledge as rusty as Bella's truck or as solid as a Mercedes Guardian? Find out just how well you know the final installment of the Twilight Saga with the following quiz. (Want more? Check out our previous quizzes: Twilight Quiz, Twilight Movie Quiz, New Moon Quiz, and Eclipse Quiz.)
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1. Where was Breaking Dawn filmed?
Antigua and Vancouver
Victoria and Sao Paulo
Phoenix and Forks
Baton Rouge and Vancouver
Answer: D) Baton Rouge and Vancouver
2. What do the chess pieces on Breaking Dawn's cover represent?
The mental vs. physical battle raging within the Volturi
Bella's changing strength and position in the saga
The chess-like game Jacob plays with the wolf pack
Alice's disappearance to avoid being an unintentional pawn for the Volturi
This answer's direct
from Stephenie Meyer
: The book's cover is a metaphor for Bella's progression throughout the entire saga. She began as the weakest (at least physically, when compared to vampires and werewolves) player on the board: the pawn. She ended as the strongest: the queen. In the end, it's Bella that brings about the win for the Cullens.
3. Isle Esme is located off the coast of where?
Rio de Janeiro
Answer: C) Rio de Janeiro
4. Which of these is not a chapter title for the middle (Jacob) section of the Breaking Dawn?
Good Thing I've Got a Strong Stomach
Sure as Hell Saw That Coming
There Are No Words for This.
Answer: C) Sure as Hell Saw That Coming
5. Which Shakespeare play influenced Stephenie Meyer's writing of Breaking Dawn?
A) Much Ado About Nothing
B) Measure for Measure
D) The Merchant of Venice
D) This answer's also direct
from Stephenie Meyer: Alice tore a page from
The Merchant of Venice because the end of
Breaking Dawn was going to be somewhat similar: bloodshed appears inevitable, doom approaches, and then the power is reversed and the game is won by some clever verbal strategies; no blood is shed, and the romantic pairings all have a happily ever after.
6. Which coven doesn't include a vampire with a "quantifiable supernatural talent"?
Answer: C) Romanian
7. Which of these songs was NOT on Stephenie Meyer's playlist for the book?
"White Wedding" by Billy Idol
"Wolf Like Me" by TV on the Radio
"Hazy Shade of Winter" by Simon and Garfunkel
"Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran
Answer: D) "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran
8. What did Meyer call some fans' negative response to Breaking Dawn when it was published?
The Rob Effect
The Nessie Effect
The Ennui Effect
What negative response?
A) Hard as it may be to believe now but much of the Twilight
fanbase was initially NOT happy
about Robert Pattinson
playing Edward. In an interview
with Entertainment Weekly
shortly after Breaking Dawn
was published, Meyer responded to the negative response some fans had
, calling it the "Rob Effect" — saying that the fans need time to accept the book's ending, just as they needed time to accept Pattinson's casting.
10. Where do Alice and Jasper find Nahuel, the 150-year-old vampire-human crossbreed?
Answer: A) Chile
Blind (0-2 correct) — Hmmm, were you thinking of this 2004 movie?
Green Eyes (3-5 correct) ) — Your pathetic lack of Breaking Dawn knowledge makes you a mere mortal.
Black Eyes (6-8 correct) — It's clear you've partaken at Twilight Saga fansites, but you are in need of further feeding.
Topaz Eyes (9-10 correct) — Congratulations, honorary Cullen, you've clearly sated your Breaking Dawn thirst!