Independent reading project

Independent reading project

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  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • "'...The king salvaged the three [eggs] during his last great battle with the riders...’” (pg. 225)
  • Propels the Action by...
  • "'Without any warning, and deprived of a place to hide, she could have only done one thing-used magic to transport the egg elsewhere.'" (pg.409)
  • Outcome
  • "In the center of the blast radius lay a polished blue stone. Mist snaked across the scorched area and swirled insubstantial tendrils over the stone." (pg. 7)
  • During his last battle with the riders, King Galbatorix stole the last three dragon eggs. This sets the plot into motion.
  • Initial Dialogue or Event
  • “The house had been blasted apart. Timbers and boards that had been walls and roofs were strewn across a wide area. The wood was pulverized, as if a giant hammer had smashed it.” (pg. 77)
  • Once the riders got the egg back, they tried to transport it to the elf city Osilon, but were intercepted by the king's army along the way. At the last second, the lead elf Arya teleported it away.
  • Propels the Action by...
  • "'I don't need help,' said Eragon, then grudgingly added, 'but you can come.'" (pg. 97)
  • The egg lands in the Spine Mountains, where it is found by a boy named Eragon. This would not have happened if Galbatorix hadn't stolen the egg in the first place.
  • Outcome
  • Because Eragon found the egg, the servants of the king, called the Ra'zac, come and demolish his house. This sets the plot into motion.
  • Once Eragon finds out of this predicament, he sets out to seek revenge. He journeys across the land with the town storyteller Brom, and their quest eventually leads them to a fight with the Ra'zac that leaves Brom fatally injured.
  • After the fight, Eragon and Brom retreat to a nearby cave. This is where Brom utters his last words and ultimately passes away. Without the Ra'zac destroying his home, Eragon and Brom would have never set out on their quest for vengeance and Brom never would have died.
  • "'And now,' he murmured, 'for the greatest adventure of all...'" (pg.275)
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