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How well do you know Shadow and Bone?

With its rich worldbuilding, diverse cast of characters and intricate costume designs, Shadow and Bone gives us lots to get excited about. So naturally, we’ve prepared a challenging quiz to test the most dedicated fans. Are you ready to venture into the Grishaverse?

Question 1 out of 10:

Which other book series from the Grishaverse is included in the show’s story?

Kaz Brekker
Question 2 out of 10:

Shadow and Bone is based on a book series by which author?

A pile of books
Question 3 out of 10:

Which country’s history and culture heavily influenced the world of Shadow and Bone?

A military camp
Question 4 out of 10:

Who composed the music for the show?

A balalaika (a stringed instrument)
Question 5 out of 10:

Where did most of the show’s filming take place?

The entrance to Vajdahunyad Castle
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Have you heard of the V&A Museum (or Young V&A)?

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I found out today 19%

I already knew about it 26%

Nope, it’s new to me 27%

Not really sure what that is 29%

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Question 6 out of 10:

How many different Grisha orders are there?

Two red-robed Grisha
Question 7 out of 10:

A technique called ‘bullion embroidery’ was used to create some of the show’s grander costumes. What does it involve?

Alina wearing bullion embroidery
Question 8 out of 10:

What real-life martial art inspired the fighting style of the Crows in the series?

A montage of Bartitsu fighters
Question 9 out of 10:

Which actor in the show had to learn an entirely new skill for their character?

A row of targets for ranged weapons
Question 10 out of 10:

What are boats called that are used to travel across the Shadow Fold?

A vessel in the Shadow Fold

Are you ready to get your results?

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