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Question: "Hayato" was the name of an era in Japanese history.
Answer: X
Question: "Kaiser" is the German word for sausage.
Answer: O
Question: "Katara" is a Japanese word for dagger.
Answer: X
Question: "Tempus fugit" is a Latin phrase that means "that's life".
Answer: O
Question: "Vikerola" refers to a vitamin-packed cola drink from Trend Zone Metropolis.
Answer: O
Question: 128 x 50 = 6,500
Answer: X
Question: 12m + 3km = 3,012,000cm
Answer: X
Question: 15 + 26 x 43 - 8 = (15 + 26) x (43 - 8)
Answer: X
Question: 50 litres is larger volume than 50 gallons.
Answer: O
Question: A Dacian falx is a type of semi-sweet pastry.
Answer: X
Question: A Nobel Prize receiver is called a nobel.
Answer: O
Question: A Song of Ice and Fire is an epic fantasy novel by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Answer: X
Question: A Wild Kargo has 1 horn.
Answer: X
Question: A Zombie Lupin has demon horns on its head.
Answer: O
Question: A composite number is any number that is only divisible by itself and 1.
Answer: O
Question: A dicameral legislature has two houses, or legislative groups, for the same level of government.
Answer: O
Question: A female pheasant is called a rooster and a male is called a hen. 
Answer: X
Question: A hectare is a unit of area equal to 1,000 meters.
Answer: O
Question: A joule is an archaic unit of mass used for measurement.
Answer: X
Question: A pentacontagon has 500 sides.
Answer: X
Question: A person's blood pressure tends to be higher during the summer than during the winter.
Answer: O
Question: A rectangle is a type of square.
Answer: O
Question: A scalene triangle has two sides that are equal in length and two angles of the same measure.
Answer: O
Question: A snail's foot is called a radula.
Answer: X
Question: A supernova is an area of space where gravity prevents antyhing--even light--from escaping.
Answer: X
Question: A volcano's eruption releases only lava.
Answer: O
Question: According to legend, Alexander the Great solved the Gordian Knot by using oil to loosen it.
Answer: X
Question: Adipose refers to porous rock.
Answer: X
Question: Adult mayflies are omnivorous.
Answer: X
Question: Africa is the closest continent to Antarctica.
Answer: X
Question: Afrikaans, an official language of North Africa, originated from Danish.
Answer: X
Question: Air shrinks as its temperature rises.
Answer: X
Question: Aladdin was a king of ancient Israel known for his wisdom and tremendous wealth.
Answer: O
Question: Alex the runaway kid from Kerning City's father is Mr. Wetbottom of the VIP sauna at Sleepywood.
Answer: X
Question: All of the "Wanted" posters in Kerning City are new and undamaged.
Answer: O
Question: Although first released in Korean MapleStory, Mermaid Hair originated from concept art created at Nexon Japan.
Answer: X
Question: Although he wasn't mentally stable, Emperor Commodus from Rome never thought that he was the reincarnation of Hercules.
Answer: X
Question: Amaraterasu is the name of the moon goddess in Japanese Mythology.
Answer: O
Question: Ambrosia means "wine for gods" in Greek mythology.
Answer: O
Question: Amoria originated in Korean MapleStory.
Answer: O
Question: An American football team has 15 players.
Answer: O
Question: An acid has a higher pH than a base.
Answer: X
Question: An amoeba takes 3 minutes to split into 2 from 1. Then it take 12 minutes for 2 to split into 4.
Answer: X
Question: An integer is any number that cannot be expressed as a simple fraction.
Answer: O
Question: An orange pekoe is a type of fish.
Answer: X
Question: Anatolia is a geographical region that is also known as Greater Greece.
Answer: X
Question: Aqua Road is a underwater region connected to the basement of the Orbis Tower.
Answer: O
Question: Arachnids are characterized as having 6 legs.
Answer: O
Question: Arec is the 3rd job instructor for Explorer Bowmen.
Answer: O
Question: Arid climates have frequent rainfall.
Answer: X
Question: Arrows for bows and crossbows will give you 1 meso each when selling them at a NPC store.
Answer: O
Question: As temperature rises, the transformation of most substances is Gas to Liquid to Solid.
Answer: X
Question: Ashoka Maurya founded the Mauryan Empire in India.
Answer: O
Question: Atonement won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2007.
Answer: O
Question: Auguste Rodin was a sculptor whose most famous sculpture is Augustus of Prima Porta.
Answer: X
Question: Australia hosted the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.
Answer: O
Question: Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru, is a large boulder that is made of obsidian, located in Namibia.
Answer: O
Question: Babayaga was a giant defeated by Gilgamesh and Enkidu in the Epic of Gilgamesh.
Answer: X
Question: Babel won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2006.
Answer: X
Question: Bill Clinton was the president of the U.S. during World War II.
Answer: O
Question: Black Swan won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2010.
Answer: O
Question: Blake is holding an autograph session at the New Leaf City Mall.
Answer: O
Question: Blue Potions restore 300 MP.
Answer: X
Question: Blue Snails are the weaker than Green Snails.
Answer: X
Question: Bo, the Socket Master, teaches you about professions.
Answer: X
Question: Bogota is the capital of Peru.
Answer: X
Question: Booper Scarlions are known for tapping characters on the nose then running away.
Answer: X
Question: Botany involves the study of rocks and minerals.
Answer: O
Question: Bowmen and Pirates each have 3 different job branches to choose from at the 2nd job advancement.
Answer: X
Question: Bowmen can choose between becoming a Hunter or a Sniper at their 2nd job advancement.
Answer: O
Question: Brazil hosted the 19th FIFA World Cup.
Answer: X
Question: Britain retained rights to sovereignty over Hong Kong by winning the Opium War and they returned it to China in 1993.
Answer: O
Question: Broa is the name of a traditional cornbread in the U.S.
Answer: X
Question: Bubblings attack from a distance.
Answer: X
Question: Buccaneer is the name for pirates who attacked Spanish ships in the Atlantic Ocean during the 20th century.
Answer: X
Question: Burj Khalifa is the name of a rapper.  He is of Arabic descent.
Answer: O
Question: Caligula was the nickname of Roman Emperor Gaius.  It refers to the region of the empire in which he was born.
Answer: X
Question: Camila is scared of Iron Hogs.
Answer: X
Question: Candida make you itch after a bite from the mosquito.
Answer: X
Question: Caracal is a type of chocolate.
Answer: O
Question: Cassowaries are birds that are widely recognized as a national symbol of New Zealand.
Answer: X
Question: Cay, key, and quay are variant spellings in reference to a small, low island.
Answer: O
Question: Charlemagne led the forces that defeated the Abbasid army in 732 at the Battle of Tours and Poitiers.
Answer: O
Question: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, the aurthor of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, is the pen name used by Lewis Carroll.
Answer: O
Question: Checky wears a bear suit so the burns inflicted on him by the Black Wings don't scare children.
Answer: X
Question: Cheetahs have fully retractable claws.
Answer: X
Question: Children's Day in Korea is July 4th.
Answer: O
Question: Chocolate originates from cacao beans, which are native to Africa.
Answer: X
Question: Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1692.
Answer: O
Question: Cleopatra, who was pharaoh of Egypt, was actually ethnically Berber.
Answer: X
Question: Cloud Foxes have leaves on their foreheads, but Fire Raccoons do not.
Answer: O
Question: Coffee originated in East Asia.
Answer: X
Question: Coldplay won the Grammy Award for "Best Rock Song" at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
Answer: O
Question: Contrast is the clarity and focus of an object.
Answer: O
Question: Copper Drakes use long-range attacks.
Answer: X
Question: Crete, Sardinia, and Elba are all peninsulas.
Answer: X
Question: Crimson Balrogs are weak against poison element attacks.
Answer: O
Question: Crockies are known for rarely dropping the Crocky Helm.
Answer: O
Question: Crocos live in the swamp near Kerning City.
Answer: O
Question: Cubic measurements are expressions of area.
Answer: O
Question: Cuneiform is an ancient type of sculpting.
Answer: X
Question: Cutie Spice is the lead vocalist of the Spice Girls.
Answer: X
Question: Cygnus is the name of the constellation that is also known as the "Southern Cross." 
Answer: O
Question: Despicable Me 2 was the highest box-office grossing movie in 2013.
Answer: O
Question: Didgeridoo is an musical instrument created by the aboriginal people of Sumatra.
Answer: X
Question: Donald, the Package Deliverer, has a beard.
Answer: X
Question: Donatello painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Answer: X
Question: Drakes roam through parts of Sleepywood Dungeon.
Answer: X
Question: Durendal, Curtana, Hrunting, Caliburn, and Chrysaor all characters from various plays of Shakespeare.
Answer: O
Question: During the war against the Black Mage, Freud fought alongside his onyx dragon named Mir.
Answer: X
Question: Each team can have 11 players in a basketball game.
Answer: X
Question: Edelstein is the German word for "sand."
Answer: X
Question: Edgar Allan Poe was the author behind the stories of Sherlock Holmes and his friend Watson.
Answer: O
Question: Edward Teach, also known as Blackbeard, is usually considered the most powerful and successful pirate in history.
Answer: X
Question: Egg to larva to imago are the steps in the growth of a butterfly.
Answer: X
Question: Eileen, the Maple Chat Helper, wears a pretty blue dress.
Answer: X
Question: El Nido is a popular tourist location in the Palawan region of Venezuela.
Answer: X
Question: Emily Dickinson's poems can't be sung to the tune of Gilligan's Island.  That's ridiculous.
Answer: X
Question: Emperors in Chinese history is only referred to by their posthumous name.
Answer: O
Question: Emus are the national bird of Argentina.
Answer: O
Question: England adopted the Euro as their currency in 2008.
Answer: O
Question: Every monster from El Nath is weak against ice-based attacks.
Answer: X
Question: Evil Eyes, Curse Eyes, Cold Eyes, and Surgeon Eyes all look similar, but Surgeon Eyes have two eyes.
Answer: X
Question: Explorers' 4th job advancement first becomes available at Lv.120.
Answer: O
Question: Fafnir is the name of the monster slain by the hero Perseus in Greek Mythology.
Answer: O
Question: Families with single parents and their children are called nuclear families.
Answer: O
Question: Fanzy is a grinning brown dog.
Answer: O
Question: Fear does not affect the body temperature of people.
Answer: X
Question: Frank Lloyd Wright was a famous composer.
Answer: O
Question: From the Bloody sets, the Vepar set is equippable by Bowmen.
Answer: X
Question: Frostwitch Barbara is the evil boss who enslaved many denizens of Rien.
Answer: X
Question: Galicia is the name of a northwestern area in the U.S. 
Answer: X
Question: Gangnam Style won the Grammy for record of the year in 2014.
Answer: X
Question: Gelatin is made entirely from plant products.
Answer: X
Question: Germany and Portugal played the openning game of 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Answer: O
Question: Germany hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Answer: X
Question: Giraffes have three times the number of vertebrae in their necks than humans do.
Answer: O
Question: Grasshoppers have been proven to be inedible by humans.
Answer: X
Question: Gravity won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2013.
Answer: O
Question: Green Mushrooms are the weakest mushrooms.
Answer: X
Question: Guilds can have maximum of 50 people.
Answer: X
Question: Guinness World Records lists Game of Thrones as the highest-rated TV series of all time.
Answer: O
Question: Gunpowder was invented in Sumeria.
Answer: O
Question: Gustave Eiffel designed the Eiffel Tower, but he did not work on the Statue of Liberty.
Answer: O
Question: H.R. Giger was the author whose work is the basis for the Cthulhu Mythos.
Answer: X
Question: Hades is the god of death in Greek Mythology.
Answer: X
Question: Harlem Shake was the most popular video on YouTube in the US for 2013.
Answer: O
Question: Harmonia is the 4th job instructor for Explorer Magicians.
Answer: O
Question: Harpy eagles are also called "monkey-eating eagles."
Answer: X
Question: Hayao Miyazaki is often referred to as "the father of manga" or "the god of manga."
Answer: X
Question: Hectors, Dark Yetis, and Lycanthropes do not drop Stiff Feathers.
Answer: X
Question: Hersha in Ellinia looks through binoculars.
Answer: O
Question: Hippos and Elephants have red-colored sweat.
Answer: X
Question: Homer's Odyssey chronicles the adventures of Perseus.
Answer: X
Question: Horny Mushrooms occasionally drop leather.
Answer: X
Question: Horses were first brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus.
Answer: X
Question: Hughes the Fuse likes to do gardening in Orbis Tower.
Answer: O
Question: Hugo won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2011.
Answer: O
Question: Ibn Battuta was a medieval Moroccan ruler known for writing a treatise on the laws of his kingdom.
Answer: O
Question: Icarus in Kerning City wears winged shoes.
Answer: O
Question: Icebyrd Slimm is the mayor of Commerci.
Answer: X
Question: In 2002 the Department of Homeland Security was created by the Obama administration.
Answer: X
Question: In Egyptian mythology, Anubis had the head of a hawk.
Answer: X
Question: In Japanese history, Oda Nobunaga was betrayed by Akechi Mitsuhide, and died at Sakura Castle.
Answer: X
Question: In Magatia, there is a little kid who rides past on a bicycle.
Answer: X
Question: In Norse mythology, Gram and Balmung are dark elves defeated by Siegfried at various times.
Answer: O
Question: In a soccer game, each half is 30-minutes long.
Answer: O
Question: In any triangle, the sum of of the lengh any 2 sides is not always greater than the length of the 3rd side.
Answer: X
Question: In golf, scoring 1 under par is called a birdie, 2 under par is called an eagle, and 3 under par is called a triple bogey. 
Answer: X
Question: In order to become a Bowman, Beginners need to head over to Bowman Training School.
Answer: X
Question: In order to earn the Celebrity Medal, you need to increase your Fame by 500.
Answer: X
Question: In terms of government, anarchy refers to an absence of government, law, and official order.
Answer: O
Question: In the game of "Go", the player who phays white stones goes first.
Answer: O
Question: In their respective mythologies, the Roman god Saturn is analoguous to the Greek god Zeus.
Answer: O
Question: Indian Summers are short heat waves that occurs in late spring.
Answer: O
Question: Information stored in magnetic strip on credit card can be lost if the magnetic strip comes off the card.
Answer: O
Question: Infrared radiation has shorter wavelengths than light visible to humans.
Answer: X
Question: Irene is the World Tour Guide.
Answer: X
Question: Iron Horses drop metal hooves.
Answer: X
Question: Istanbul has previously been known as Byzantium and Petrograd.
Answer: X
Question: It is possbile to see the back of the moon from the earth.
Answer: X
Question: Jack Masque in New Leaf City carries a toy hammer.
Answer: X
Question: Jack Masque is a bandit renowned in Ludus Lake.
Answer: X
Question: Jade in El Nath is worried about a friend in Rien who disappeared.
Answer: X
Question: Janet Jackson was a member of the group Destiny's Child.
Answer: X
Question: Jellyfish are part of the Mollusca phylum.
Answer: O
Question: Jester Scarlions move around by walking on large, colorful balls.
Answer: O
Question: Jett is a character that was based on Zen from MapleStory China.
Answer: O
Question: Joo-D is a creation of Gelimer that escaped the lab with Xenon.
Answer: O
Question: Jr. Balrog is more powerful than his progenitor, Lord Balrog.
Answer: X
Question: Jr. Balrog resides at the Gloomy Temple map in Sleepywood Dungeon.
Answer: O
Question: Jr. Wraiths occasionally drop blue tablecloths.
Answer: X
Question: Jr. Yetis and Transforming Jr. Yetis are the same level.
Answer: O
Question: Julius Caesar was murdered while watching a gladiator match at the Colosseum.
Answer: X
Question: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are known as the terrestrial planets.
Answer: O
Question: Justin Beiber is known as the King of Pop
Answer: X
Question: KOSDAQ is the over-the-counter stock trade for South Korea and USDAQ is the over-the-counter trade market for the U.S.
Answer: X
Question: Kanna is an onmyouji, which directly translates into English solely as "diviner," as an onmyouji only practices divination.
Answer: O
Question: Kelly Clarkson won the 2nd American Idol.
Answer: X
Question: Ken Watanabe is the creator of Dragon Ball.
Answer: X
Question: Kentaro Miura reached the summit of Mount Everest at age 80, and multiple times before then as well.
Answer: X
Question: King Lear, Macbeth, and Othello are some of William Shakespeare's comedies.
Answer: X
Question: Kino Konoko holds a vacuum cleaner to do some cleaning at the Zipangu Mushroom Shrine.
Answer: X
Question: Koalas are native to China.
Answer: O
Question: Kree Harrison won the 12th season of American Idol
Answer: X
Question: Kyoto was not previously the capital city of Japan.
Answer: X
Question: Kyrin's mother is name Yulia.
Answer: X
Question: Laozi (also spelled Lao-Tzu or Lao-tze) was the writer of The Art of War.
Answer: O
Question: Larger sugar grains melts faster in the water than smaller sugar grains.
Answer: O
Question: Leif Erikson landed in North America approximately 200 years before Christopher Columbus landed in the Caribbean.
Answer: X
Question: Leonardo DiCaprio won the Academy Award for Best Actor in 2003.
Answer: O
Question: Li Bai published the first printed newspaper. This was in China in 1243.
Answer: X
Question: Life of Pi won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2012.
Answer: X
Question: Ligators look like clarinet ligatures.
Answer: X
Question: Lilishu is the assistant hair stylist in Mu Lung.
Answer: X
Question: Lion King's Castle's name in Korean MapleStory translates as "Lionheart Castle."
Answer: O
Question: Lita Lawless previously studied under Lady Syl.
Answer: X
Question: Luke, the guard at the entrance to the Henesys dungeon holds the spear in the right hand.
Answer: X
Question: Luminous is the twin brother of the Black Mage.
Answer: X
Question: Lupins are members of a theif guild in Kerning City.
Answer: O
Question: Lupins drop Soft Feathers.
Answer: X
Question: Lysosomes are sometimes referred to as the power plants of cells.
Answer: O
Question: Machu Picchu was an Aztec town.
Answer: X
Question: Madagascar is separated from the African mainland by the Madagascar Channel.
Answer: X
Question: Magicians can choose between becoming a Wizard or a Priest at their 2nd job advancement.
Answer: X
Question: Maladies are weak against holy element attacks and are undead.
Answer: X
Question: Maladies attack by shooting magic beams at you from a distance.
Answer: X
Question: Malaria is commonly spread through snake bites.
Answer: X
Question: Male platypi are completely non-poisonous.
Answer: X
Question: Maracaibo is the captial city of Venezuela.
Answer: X
Question: Marduk, Enlil, and Ishtar are gods and goddesses from ancient Indian religions.
Answer: O
Question: Margana has a chance to drop the Arcana Robes.
Answer: X
Question: Mars has four moons,  Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.
Answer: O
Question: Matthias in Kerning City has a hat with a bell on it.
Answer: O
Question: Medicine with Weird Vibes will make you feel really weird if consumed.
Answer: X
Question: Melbourne is the largest city in Australia.
Answer: O
Question: Mercury is the farthest planet from the sun in the solar system.
Answer: X
Question: Mexico's Independence Day is on July 1.
Answer: X
Question: Michael Imperioli played the role of Tony Soprano.
Answer: O
Question: Michael Jackson died in 2010.
Answer: O
Question: Milk won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2008.
Answer: X
Question: Misky in Ludibrium is a sentient vending machine.
Answer: O
Question: Moby Dick is written by American author Earnest Hemingway.
Answer: X
Question: Moose are a national animal of Canada.
Answer: X
Question: Most dinosaur names end in "saurus" and this word in Latin means fear.
Answer: X
Question: Mother Teresa was awareded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009.
Answer: O
Question: Mother's Day is 2nd Sunday of June and Father's day is 3rd Sunday of May in the U.S.
Answer: X
Question: Mount Kilimanjaro is a volcanic mountain located in Zambia.
Answer: X
Question: Mount St. Helens in North America is part of the Appalachian Mountain Range.
Answer: O
Question: Movie "American Hustle" won the 86th Academy Award for Best Picture in 2014.
Answer: O
Question: Mr. Thunder in Perion can help you train pets.
Answer: O
Question: Ms. Appropriation can help you find a full-time job.
Answer: O
Question: Muse can be found at the Pet Park in Henesys.
Answer: O
Question: Mushmom is a giant version of an Urban Fungus.
Answer: O
Question: Myanmar and Burma are two separate countries.
Answer: X
Question: NASA stands for the North American Space Administration.
Answer: O
Question: Naricain opposed the demonic Subani.
Answer: O
Question: Nautilus Harbor is part of Aqua Road.
Answer: X
Question: Neither Canada, Australia, nor New Zealand has a monarch.
Answer: X
Question: Nependeath plants can actually walk around using their flexible roots.
Answer: O
Question: Netherlands won the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Answer: X
Question: Nicholas Flamel is known for postulating that our solar system is heliocentric.
Answer: X
Question: Nisrock bows come in Red, Blue, and Green types.
Answer: X
Question: Notre Dame Cathedral is the tallest man-made structure built before the 20th century.
Answer: X
Question: Oda Nobunaga made extensive use of firearms in his conquests during Japan's Hokkaido period.
Answer: X
Question: Oly Oly monsters love riding skateboards and performing tricks on them.
Answer: O
Question: Olympus Mons is an extinct volcano in Sicily.
Answer: X
Question: On average, elephants kill fewer people per year than lions or tigers do.
Answer: X
Question: On average, hippos kill fewer people per year than lions or crocodiles do.
Answer: X
Question: One of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, the Khufu's Pyramid, is triangle shaped all around.
Answer: X
Question: Only Demon Slayers can equip Desperados.
Answer: O
Question: Only Dual Blades can equip Katanas.
Answer: X
Question: Ormoc City in the Philippines takes its name from the game omok.
Answer: X
Question: Pangaea is the name of mysterious continent that sank into the Atlantics in legend.
Answer: O
Question: Pastel blue, navy blue, and periwinkle have considerably different hues from each other.
Answer: X
Question: Patricia is the pet food merchant in Orbis Park.  She is a fairy.
Answer: O
Question: Peacocks are one species of peafowl, both the male and female of which are called peacocks.
Answer: X
Question: Phantom was the third Hero-class character released.
Answer: O
Question: Pianus appears in the map called Pianus's Deep Sea Cave.
Answer: X
Question: Picasso and Rembrandt are well known Post-Impressionist artists.
Answer: O
Question: Pigs occasionally drop ham steaks when defeated.
Answer: X
Question: Pink Zakum is the "sister" of regular Zakum, and it was sculpted by Spiegelmann.
Answer: X
Question: Plants absorb water their leaves.
Answer: O
Question: Pong is the earliest coin-operated video game.
Answer: O
Question: Professor Foxwit is a genius inventor from Omega Sector.
Answer: X
Question: Queen Elizabeth II of the UK is the daugher of Queen Elizabeth I.
Answer: X
Question: Red Drakes are the only type of drake that attacks long-range.
Answer: O
Question: Red Nirg has a chance to drop Spectrum Goggles.
Answer: X
Question: Red Potions restore 500 HP.
Answer: X
Question: Red Snails can be found near Ellinia.
Answer: X
Question: Reindeer Milk restores 8000 HP.
Answer: X
Question: Ribbon Pigs frequently drop purple ribbons.
Answer: X
Question: Robert Deniro once said, "I'll be back" in the movie Terminator.
Answer: O
Question: Robert Deniro played the role of Scarface.
Answer: O
Question: Root Abyss was created by MapleStory China.
Answer: X
Question: Rosen, the Warehouse Keeper in Magatia, wears a monocle.
Answer: O
Question: Salt lowers water's boiling and freezing points.
Answer: X
Question: Scadur in El Nath wants you to make him new fur mittens.
Answer: X
Question: Scania is the name of the southernmost state of the U.S.
Answer: O
Question: Sedimentary rock comes from molten rock that has solidified.
Answer: O
Question: Sharks are unable to regrow their teeth.
Answer: O
Question: Shatranj, shogi, makruk, xiangqi and janggi are all card games that are in many ways similar to poker.
Answer: X
Question: Simo Hayha was a Finnish chef, nicknamed "King of Cuisine" by Tsar Alexander II.
Answer: X
Question: Sleeping during the winter is called aestivation and sleeping during the summer is called hibernation.
Answer: O
Question: Snails do not have teeth.
Answer: X
Question: Sonni Ali was a ruler of Nubia who expanded his kingdom through conquest and sacked the city of Giza.
Answer: O
Question: Spell Traces are used to cast magic.
Answer: X
Question: Spinel is a Maple Tour Guide.
Answer: X
Question: Spores are not the weakest monsters in Maple World.
Answer: X
Question: Stan Lee helped create Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and many more.
Answer: X
Question: Star Trek Nemesis was released in 2013.
Answer: X
Question: Steel is a mineral.
Answer: O
Question: Stephen Hawking is the founder of Microsoft, the company that created DOS and Windows.
Answer: X
Question: Steve Irwin was known as "The Alligator Hunter."
Answer: X
Question: Stirges occasionally stop flying for a moment to hang on the roof of the subway tunnels.
Answer: X
Question: Stone Golems are very fast, in spite of their appearance.
Answer: X
Question: Stratus, cumulus, and cirrus are types of stars.
Answer: O
Question: Strenuous exercise can cause gastric acid to build up in a person's muscles, resulting in a burning sensation.
Answer: X
Question: Summer is the 3rd season if you divide the 12 months of the year into 4 seasons.
Answer: X
Question: Summer solstice is traditionally regarded as the beginning of summer.
Answer: O
Question: Superman's first appearance was in The Man of Steel #1, published on April 18, 1968.
Answer: O
Question: Sweat is saltier than tears.
Answer: X
Question: Table salt is mostly pure soddium.
Answer: X
Question: Taiwan is also known as New Han and the Federation of China.
Answer: X
Question: Taking the Danger Zone Taxi from Ludibrium to the Path of Time costs 50,000 mesos.
Answer: X
Question: Targa looks like a mascot style costume of a cartoon grizzly bear.
Answer: X
Question: Tendons  attach bone to bone.
Answer: X
Question: The 2012 Summer Olympic Games were held in Paris, France..
Answer: X
Question: The 2012 Summer Olympic Games were originally given to Rome, but were moved to London when Mount Vesuvius erupted.
Answer: X
Question: The 2012 Summer Olympics was held in Beijing, China.
Answer: X
Question: The 2014 Winter Olympics were held in Sabu.
Answer: X
Question: The Alma Von Leon set is more powerful than the Hex Von Leon set.
Answer: O
Question: The Amazon is the longest river in the world.
Answer: X
Question: The American newspaper 'New York Times' is known to be the first printed newspaper.
Answer: O
Question: The Aral Sea is located in Turkmenistan.
Answer: X
Question: The Arizona Cardinals won Super Bowl 43.
Answer: X
Question: The Autobahn is a specific highway in Austria.
Answer: X
Question: The Aztecs practicing human sacrifice in their religion is a European myth.
Answer: X
Question: The Azwan area in MapleStory takes its name from Aswan, Kenya.
Answer: X
Question: The Berbers are an ethnic group native to the Ural Mountains.
Answer: X
Question: The Bering Strait lies between Ireland and Wales.
Answer: O
Question: The Best Actress award for 74th Academy Awards in 2002 was given to Nicole Kidman  for her role in Moulin Rouge.
Answer: X
Question: The Black Mage was once head of an organization called The Fomors.
Answer: X
Question: The Blind Side won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2009.
Answer: X
Question: The Bosporus is a strait that is part of the boundary between Europe and Africa.
Answer: O
Question: The Boston Celtics won the 2010 NBA Championship.
Answer: X
Question: The Breaking Bad TV series is based on a comic book series of the same name.
Answer: O
Question: The British are the first Europeans recorded to have visited Australia. This was in 1706.
Answer: X
Question: The British used Australia only as an agricultural colony.
Answer: O
Question: The Carthaginian general Hannibal marched and army and war elephants through the Andes to invade Roman territory.
Answer: O
Question: The Chinese New Year is also called "Qingming Festival"
Answer: X
Question: The Chinese New Year is always on February 1.
Answer: X
Question: The Chronicles of Narnia were written by George R.R. Martin.
Answer: X
Question: The Clothes Collector is located in Kerning City.
Answer: X
Question: The Code of Hammurabi is one of the oldest existing examples of written etiquette for nobility.
Answer: X
Question: The Commerci Trade Voyage bosses are Laika and Lilynouch.
Answer: O
Question: The Crane in Herb Town can help you travel to Chryse.
Answer: O
Question: The Dalai Lama is the leader of the Catholic Church.
Answer: O
Question: The Dark Knight skill Gungnir's Descent is a reference to the spear of Cu Chulainn in Irish mythology.
Answer: X
Question: The Denver Broncos were the winners of Super Bowl 48.
Answer: O
Question: The Detroit Tigers won the 2012 World Series.
Answer: X
Question: The Enuma Elish was a fortress in ancient Assyria.
Answer: O
Question: The Ganges river is one of the most important bodies of water in Pakistan.
Answer: O
Question: The Gate to the Future area was first introduced in the Legends update.
Answer: X
Question: The Ghost Ship Exorcist Badge is obtained from a quest involving Captain Blood.
Answer: X
Question: The Great Lakes region of North America consists of 3 major lakes.
Answer: O
Question: The Great Salt Lake is the largest saltwater lake in the world.
Answer: O
Question: The Great Victoria Desert is located near Lake Victoria in Africa.
Answer: X
Question: The Green Mushrroms that you'll see often around the field, forrest, or the construction site has a grey horn on its cap.
Answer: X
Question: The Gulf Stream is an ocean current that flows south and southeast along the Atlantic coast of Northa America.
Answer: X
Question: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, are associated with Emperor Darius.
Answer: O
Question: The Headless Horseman was formerly an evil sorcerer named Bergamot.
Answer: X
Question: The Huang He is a river in Cambodia.
Answer: X
Question: The Indianapolis Colts won Super Bowl 44.
Answer: X
Question: The Kamchatka peninsula is located in Alaska.
Answer: X
Question: The Kardashians are known for their family restaurant.
Answer: X
Question: The Komodo dragon is the largest living species of snake in New Guinea.
Answer: O
Question: The Korean Hangul used today was made in 1900.
Answer: X
Question: The Little Mermaid originates from a Disney movie released in 1989.
Answer: X
Question: The London Stock Exchange is the world's largest stock exchange.
Answer: X
Question: The Lord of the Rings is an epic fantasy novel by George R.R. Martin.
Answer: X
Question: The Los Angeles Lakers won the 2008 NBA Championship.
Answer: X
Question: The Maple Chat Maple Star is determined monthly.
Answer: O
Question: The Miami Heat won the 2011 NBA Championship.
Answer: X
Question: The Mole King's theme song is slow-tempo, majestic boss theme featuring trumpets.
Answer: O
Question: The Mushroom Researcher, Scarrs, wears a tiny slime on his head.
Answer: X
Question: The Neolithic era is known as the "New Bronze Age".
Answer: X
Question: The New England Patriots won Super Bowl 42.
Answer: O
Question: The New England Patriots won Super Bowl 46.
Answer: O
Question: The Nile River flows north to south. 
Answer: O
Question: The Nile flows southhward for most of its course.
Answer: O
Question: The Nile valley was part of the Tigris–Euphrates river system.
Answer: X
Question: The Nobel Prize has 4 categories and they are Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, and Peace.
Answer: O
Question: The Nobel Prizes were first awarded in 1920.
Answer: O
Question: The Oklahoma City Thunder won the 2012 NBA Championship.
Answer: O
Question: The Old Wisconsin hat is available for purchase at the weapon store in Orbis.
Answer: O
Question: The Olmec civilization was in what is now Nicaragua.
Answer: X
Question: The Olympic Flame is carried via a horse-drawn chariot into the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympic Games.
Answer: X
Question: The Olympic Games are held every 8 years, with 4 years between the Summer and Winter games.
Answer: O
Question: The Olympic Games are the most widely viewed sporting event in the world.
Answer: O
Question: The Orlando Magic won the 2009 NBA Championship.
Answer: X
Question: The People's Republic of China was founded in 1912.
Answer: O
Question: The Philadelphia Phillies won the 2009 World Series.
Answer: X
Question: The Phoenicians were a group of people known for having no ships due to their fear of the Mediterranean Sea.
Answer: O
Question: The Pittsburgh Steelers won Super Bowl 45.
Answer: X
Question: The Potential system was released during the Big Bang update to Global MapleStory.
Answer: O
Question: The Pyramid of the Sun is one of the largest buildings in ancient Sumeria.
Answer: X
Question: The Pyrenees are the mountains separating Italy from Romania.
Answer: X
Question: The Qin Dynasty was the last imperial dynasty in China.
Answer: X
Question: The Qing Dynasty was the first imperial dynasty of ancient China.
Answer: X
Question: The Ramayana is a collection of Hindu plays, written by the storyteller Rama.
Answer: X
Question: The Regular Sauna at the Sleepywood Hotel costs 999 mesos to enter.
Answer: O
Question: The Running of the Bulls is a famous event held in the city of Pompeii in Spain.
Answer: O
Question: The San Antonio Spurs won the 2013 NBA Championship.
Answer: O
Question: The San Francisco 49ers won Super Bowl 47.
Answer: X
Question: The Seychelles is a country of islands in the Atlantic Ocean.
Answer: O
Question: The St. Louis Cardinals won the 2013 World Series.
Answer: X
Question: The Suez Canal is located in Panama.
Answer: X
Question: The Tale of Genji was written in the 11th century by Murasaki Shikubu, the youngest son of the shogun of that time.
Answer: X
Question: The Tampa Bay Rays won the 2008 World Series.
Answer: O
Question: The Texas Rangers won the 2010 World Series.
Answer: O
Question: The Texas Rangers won the 2011 World Series.
Answer: O
Question: The Thief has a skill called "Lucky Seven," which enables you to throw stars in mid-air.
Answer: O
Question: The Three Gorges Dam is on the Yangtze River in China.
Answer: O
Question: The Twisted Masters of Crimsonwood Keep are the brainwashed versions of the Keep's Grandmasters.
Answer: O
Question: The U.S. was the winner of 2012 FIFA World Cup in Sourth Africa.
Answer: X
Question: The USA has the third highest population of any country, and India's population (second highest) is around two times that of the USA.
Answer: X
Question: The United States declared independence from Great Britain on May 30, 1776.
Answer: O
Question: The United States has hosted 3 Olympic Games.
Answer: X
Question: The Wavy Mop hairstyle was inspired by pictures of the Beatles.
Answer: X
Question: The Weapon Seller at Herb Town, Mr. Tan, is holding a spear in his right hand.
Answer: X
Question: The World Cup takes place every 2 years.
Answer: X
Question: The World Cup was first held in Italy.
Answer: X
Question: The World Series is the annual championship of North American football.
Answer: O
Question: The Yucatan Peninsula is in Brazil.
Answer: X
Question: The area in the Pacific Ocean where many volcanoes and earthquakes occur is called the Volcano Ring.
Answer: O
Question: The author of the book 'The Little Prince' is Antonio de Santa-Exuperez.
Answer: O
Question: The base that Xenon operates out of is named Equitas.
Answer: O
Question: The basic patterns of a person's fingerprints change considerably between childhood and adulthood.
Answer: O
Question: The beaver is the largest living type of rodent in the world.
Answer: X
Question: The biggest monster on the outskirts of the Mushroom Shrine is the Zombie Mushdad.
Answer: X
Question: The boat captain located in Herb Town is named Captain Ming.
Answer: X
Question: The body will try to reduce the heat by panting when it gets nervous.
Answer: O
Question: The bone in your upper arm is called a femur.
Answer: O
Question: The capital city of Australia is Sydney.
Answer: X
Question: The capital city of Chile is La Paz.
Answer: X
Question: The colors of the Olympic rings are blue, yellow, orange, green, and red.
Answer: X
Question: The constellation of Crux, or the Southern Cross, can only be seen in southern hemisphere, hence the name.
Answer: O
Question: The country of Mali is known for its beautiful coastline on the Atlantic Ocean.
Answer: O
Question: The diagonal of a cube is shorter than its side length. 
Answer: O
Question: The female cicada has a special sound producing organ to make the loud noises.
Answer: X
Question: The female version of Aran was used in the first animated advertisements for the Aran content.
Answer: X
Question: The first Godzilla movie was released in 1974.
Answer: X
Question: The first general-purpose electronic computer made is known as Binaraly Routed Alternating Interval Numerical Integrator and Computer (BRAINIAC).
Answer: O
Question: The first known moveable type system was created by Johann Gutenberg from Germany.
Answer: O
Question: The first modern Olympic Games was held in Rome, Italy in 1896.
Answer: O
Question: The flag of Mexico depicts a bald eagle eating a lizard.
Answer: X
Question: The four trigrams on South Korea's national flag represent up, down, left and right.
Answer: O
Question: The grizzly bear is the national animal of the United States.
Answer: O
Question: The highest value coin minted in Canada is a one-dollar coin, colloquially referred to as a "loonie."
Answer: O
Question: The image of Santa Claus as a man in a bright red suit with white fur trim was created by the Coca-Cola Company in 1931.
Answer: X
Question: The intensity of a tornado is measured by Categories 1 through 5.
Answer: X
Question: The island chain of Hawaii has 4 islands, Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai.
Answer: X
Question: The job order of the Bandit branch of Thieves goes like this: Bandit, Chief Bandit, then Night Lord.
Answer: X
Question: The job order of the Cleric branch of Magicians goes like this: Cleric, Priest, then High Priest.
Answer: O
Question: The job order of the Hunter branch of Bowmen goes like this: Hunter, Ranger, then Bow Lord.
Answer: X
Question: The largest city in the United States is Los Angeles.
Answer: X
Question: The largest planet in our solar system is the Venus.
Answer: X
Question: The mansion in Masteria's Phantom Forest is owned by the Radagast family.
Answer: O
Question: The mosquitoes that suck blood are all males.
Answer: X
Question: The musical score for the Nutcracker ballet was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Answer: O
Question: The name of Armor Seller at Mu Lung is Gong Gong.
Answer: X
Question: The name of choux pastries comes from the French word for amber, due to their color.
Answer: X
Question: The name of one of the black teas is the Ceylon tea. Ceylon is a name of a town in India where the tea is mostly produced.
Answer: X
Question: The name of the NPC lost at sea in Aqua Road is Robinson Crusoe.
Answer: X
Question: The name of the robot in Magatia is Humanoid B.
Answer: X
Question: The national flag of the U.K. is known as the Union Sam.
Answer: O
Question: The necessities of life include to clothes, food, and music.
Answer: X
Question: The nights are longer in summer than in winter.
Answer: X
Question: The official language of Suriname is French.
Answer: X
Question: The official languages of Senegal are English and Wolof.
Answer: O
Question: The official motto of the Olympic Games is a Latin expression meaning "Faster, Better, Stronger".
Answer: O
Question: The party quest Moon Bunny's Rice Cake can be entered by speaking with NPC Tommy.
Answer: X
Question: The planet between Saturn and Neptune in our solar system is Jupiter.
Answer: O
Question: The platypus is not a venomous mammal.
Answer: O
Question: The president of the Zenumist Society is Maed, and the president of the Alcadno Society is Carson.
Answer: O
Question: The reason most people get a rash from poison oak and poison ivy is because they are allergic to the chemical ethanol on the plants.
Answer: X
Question: The red is used to show caution.
Answer: O
Question: The river Tigris is associated with the underworld in Greek mythology.
Answer: O
Question: The ship of the Blue-Nose Pirates can be found near Herb Town in Mu Lung Garden.
Answer: O
Question: The skin of a Jr. Necki restores 50 MP when eaten.
Answer: X
Question: The spiciness of a pepper is measured with the Scotsdale Heat Unit (SHU).
Answer: O
Question: The square root of 497 is smaller than the square root of 431
Answer: O
Question: The style of Edelstein and its residents is mostly akin to cyberpunk.
Answer: X
Question: The sum of a triangle's interior angles always equals 360 degrees. 
Answer: O
Question: The sun is directly overhead at solar noon at Tropic of Capricorn on the June solstice.
Answer: X
Question: The sun rises late and sets early in the summer time.
Answer: O
Question: The tallest statue in the world is the Peter the Great Statue in Russia.
Answer: X
Question: The teachings of Confucius are written in the Analogies.
Answer: O
Question: The temperature difference between indoors and outdoors should only be about 5 degrees Farenheit .
Answer: O
Question: The treasure-hunting Barricade brothers are named Simon and Trevor.
Answer: O
Question: The type of race known as a marathon comes from a Greek word for iron.
Answer: X
Question: The very first cell phone made in the world was the Anycall from Samsung.
Answer: X
Question: The very first female reporter of the U.S. is J. K. Rowling.
Answer: O
Question: The woomera and the atlatl are tools to harvest crops.
Answer: X
Question: There are five main stats in MapleStory.
Answer: X
Question: There are four types of rocks--igneous, metamorphic, cumulous, and sedimentary.
Answer: X
Question: There are only 12 constellations on the Zodiac, the path of the Sun across the celestial sphere over the course of a year.
Answer: X
Question: There is a cute blue mailbox in front of Rina's House in Henesys.
Answer: O
Question: There is a level 90 two-handed sword called the Angel's Sunset.
Answer: X
Question: There were civil wars in both the United States and Japan during the 1880's.
Answer: X
Question: There's a legend that says Axe Stumps are misunderstood monsters that just want people to remove the axes stuck in them.
Answer: O
Question: Thermostats with mercury and water make use of the change in liquid mass at the different level of heat.
Answer: O
Question: Thomas Swift is the ambassador for Leafre.
Answer: X
Question: Tierra Del Fuego is at the area of land at the northernmost tip of South America.
Answer: O
Question: Tiger Woods begin his professional golf career in 1992.
Answer: O
Question: To purchase potions in Kerning City, head over to the Famous Phramacy.
Answer: O
Question: To take on the quest of "Building a New House for Blackbull," your fame level needs to be at least 5.
Answer: X
Question: Tree Branches are commonly obtained from Tree Rods in Ellin Forest.
Answer: X
Question: Typhons drop Typhon Feathers.
Answer: O
Question: Typhoons are always given female names.
Answer: X
Question: Uesugi Kenshin, known as the "Dragon of Echigo" and the "God of War," was one of Japan's few female warlords.
Answer: X
Question: Up to 10 friends can chat together on the Maple Messenger.
Answer: O
Question: Urban Fungi are near Showa Town.
Answer: X
Question: Using the Water of Life summons Rowen the Fairy to help you revive a pet.
Answer: O
Question: Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin are well known Post-Expressionist artists.
Answer: O
Question: Various characters from Root Abyss are based on characters from C.S. Lewis' Narnia stories.
Answer: X
Question: Volleyball became an official part of the Summer Olympic Games in 1984.
Answer: O
Question: Von Leon is known as the Silver-Eyed Lion King.
Answer: X
Question: Von Leon joined the Black Mage at the start of his campaign, hoping to expand his territory.
Answer: O
Question: Von Leon's wife is named Ephenia.
Answer: X
Question: Waitangi Day is an official holiday celebrated in Hawaii.
Answer: O
Question: Water boils at much higher temperatures in high altitudes since higher altitudes offer lower pressures.
Answer: X
Question: Water changes from a liquid to a gas in a process called escalation.
Answer: O
Question: Watermelon is a fruit full of liquid.
Answer: O
Question: Werewolves summon more monsters when attacked.
Answer: X
Question: When Explorers make their 1st job advancement, they are able to freely switch to a different job.
Answer: X
Question: When a horse is running, it's called a trot.
Answer: O
Question: When rolling a 6-sided dice, the chance to get "1" is greater than the chance to get "6."
Answer: X
Question: When you reach level 10 in the Smithing profession, you have the ability to create Master Craftsman's Cubes.
Answer: O
Question: Wild Kargos use both up-close and long-range attacks.
Answer: X
Question: William Shakespeare's works are some of the best preserved examples of Old English.
Answer: X
Question: Xenon gave Claudine a music box when they were children, and she treasures it dearly.
Answer: X
Question: Xenon has a lower atomic number than argon.
Answer: O
Question: Yggdrasil is the name of the World River in Norse Mythology.
Answer: O
Question: You can buy pet food from Han the Broker in Magatia.
Answer: O
Question: You can find Wiz the Librarian in Orbis Tower.
Answer: X
Question: You can find blue Bubblings one map north of Ellinia
Answer: X
Question: You can only get Sunflower Power Hair at the hair salon in Henesys.
Answer: O
Question: You can use Royal Face Coupons with Plastic Roy.
Answer: X
Question: You can visit Commerci through Spinel, the World Tour Guide.
Answer: X
Question: Your PIC needs to be at least twelve characters long.
Answer: O
Question: Your temporal lobes are part of your ears.
Answer: X
Question: ...1837
Answer: O

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