MEGA MAN LEGENDS 2
GAME HINTS QUIZZES PRINT
QUIZ ANSWERS

I consider the quizzes the most irritating aspect in the entire game (the races are a close second, due to irritating play control design), so here you go. If you ask me, the questions should have related to the Legends series, not this sort of junk. Then they would have been actually entertaining and maybe we would have learned some new tidbits about the series at the same time. Oh well, ’nuff said.

I don’t have all of the questions yet; I only post answers which I have personally verified that the game accepts (it might not actually be right, you know, so you can’t assume what it will claim is the “correct” answer). However these should at least give you a significant head start.

Editor’s comments are in brackets. They are not a part of the in-game answers.

Child’s Quiz:

  • What is the main ingredient of cake? Flour
  • What is another common name for computer software? Program
  • Which of these cities has the highest latitude? London
  • Which of these is called the “king of the beasts”? Lion
  • The highest mountain in the world is? Everest
  • Who starred in the 1996 movie Evita? Madonna
  • Which of these bodies of water has the highest water level in the world? Lake Titicaca
  • What year was Hall and Oates’ hit album “Private Eyes” released? 1981
  • 300 years ago, the first roller coaster was built in what country? Russia
  • Which of these is an insect? Beetle
  • How many atmospheres can a 30-meter water resistant watch stand? 4
  • Grapes are used to make which of these drinks? Wine
  • In which Brazilian city can the famous Copacabana Beach be found? Rio de Janeiro
  • What animal is used to search for truffles? Pig
  • Which of these sports is a winter sport? Skiing
  • Who was the first President of the United States? Washington
  • Which of these is made from milk? Yogurt
  • What is the capital of China? Beijing
  • What does the mistletoe use to attach itself to its host tree? Birds
  • The largest desert in the world, located in north Africa, is the? Sahara
  • The northern wind that blows across the southern French coast is called? Mistral
  • Which of these is not a multiple of 12? 30
  • Who apologized to the Pope during the Investiture Controversy? Henry IV
  • The three most well-known teas are Darjeeling, Assam, and? Keemun
  • How many albums did the Sex Pistols release (not including compilations)? 1
  • Which of these is not a type of cheese? Kaiser
  • What is the most common element in the Earth’s crust? Iron
  • What group sang the song “Hungry Like the Wolf”? Duran Duran
  • What is the capital of Brazil? Brasilia
  • What Apollo project was the first to land on the moon? Apollo 11
  • You can’t use your hands in which of these games? Soccer
  • A “trumpet” is? A musical instrument
  • What do you buy in a butcher’s shop? Meat
  • The Java bat is the largest bat in the world. What is its wingspan? 6’5’’
  • The capital of the United States is? Washington DC
  • Which of these composers lived the longest? Wagner
  • The humid plains around the La Plata river in Latin America are called? Pampas
  • What is the main ingredient of the Thai soup “Tom Yan Goong?” Shrimp
  • Where is London? England
  • What is the Japanese art of folding paper called? Origami
  • Who was the composer of Canon in D Minor? Pachelbel
  • In addition to using gills, the leach uses what to breathe? Lungs
  • Which of these is a reptile? Chameleon
  • How long does Halley’s Comet take to circle the sun? 76 years
  • Which of these is a vehicle? Bicycle
  • In what year did Lincoln issue the Emancipation Proclamation? 1863
  • The approximate radius of the Earth is? 4000 miles
  • Which of these is a mammal? Raccoon
  • Who invented the light bulb? Edison
  • How many legs do spiders have? 8
  • Which of these stars is in the constellation Lyra? Vega
  • Which of these machines plays music? Cassette deck
  • How many minutes are in an hour? 60
  • Which one of the following has the lowest chance of being born? Male Tortoise-shell cat
  • What is the currency of America? Dollar (was probably a tad more tricky for Japanese players)
  • When did the American Civil War start? 1861
  • Which of these animals has a long nose? Elephant
  • What inspired Hinkley to attempt the assassination of President Ronald Reagan? a movie
  • Which people settled in Mesopotamia in or around 3000 BC? Sumerians
  • In ancient Rome, Nero tried to destroy the city by? Fire
  • What is the temperature of a cigarette flame? 420 degrees
  • Which of these insects does not pupate? Cricket
  • What is the modern name of Constantinople? Istanbul
Woman’s Quiz:
  • The Soviet leader who made “perestroika” his slogan was? Gorbachev
  • What country did Columbus think he was in when he found America? India
  • How many degrees is the interior angle of a pentagram? 108
  • Which of these is not found in Paris? Buckingham Palace
  • What is the name of Tron’s brother? Teisel (This is the only question that makes sense!)
  • Which of these isn’t a fish? Whale
  • What year was the first Crusade launched? 1096
  • Who was the leader of the Italian Unification Movement? Garibaldi
  • How many discs are in the Bruce Springsteen live performance compilation “The Live?” 5
  • If you throw two dice, what are the odds of getting a 9? 1 in 9
  • The monk said to be the Middle Ages’ most famous natural scientist is? Bacon
  • The Christian movement to reclaim the Iberian Peninsula was called? Reconquista Movement
  • Which of these was not invented during the Renaissance? Steam engine
  • Which American company began mass-producing automobiles in 1913? Ford
  • If you take 6 beetles and 8 spiders, how many legs will you have total? 100
  • Which of the following has the same base element as graphite? Diamond
  • Which of the following shellfish is used to cultivate pearls? Oyster
  • Which animal can lose its tail to escape from enemies? Lizard
  • What year did the Crimean War break out in? 1853
  • Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire with what? Edict of Milan
  • What year was Wilhelm I crowned emperor of Germany? 1871
  • What year did Mussolini’s Fascist Party take control of Italy? 1922
  • How old was King Louis XVI of France when he was crowned? 20
  • Which of the following has a connection with King Louis XVI? Declaration of Rights
  • The French Revolution began in which year? 1789
  • Who wrote the “Communist Manifesto”? Marx
  • How many days were there from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1999? 3652
  • What is the world’s largest lake? Caspian Sea
  • Which one of the following animals is not a hermaphroditic species? Wood louse
  • Which is the natural enemy of the shrimp? Octopus
  • Which of these works was produced by Leonardo da Vinci? The Last Supper
  • Which ethnic group founded the nation that became the Roman Empire? Etruscans
  • What country’s embassy was seized during the Iranian Revolution? USA
  • The award ceremony for the Nobel Prize is held in what city? Stockholm
  • If you divide 29 gumdrops equally among X people and have 5 left over, X=? 6
  • Where was Euro-Disneyland built? Paris
  • The pillar of flame caused by an eruption on the sun’s surface is a? Prominence
  • Crocodiles are known to sometimes swallow small stones. Why? To use as weights
  • Which one of these American cities is furthest north? Chicago
  • Belgium declared independence in 1831 from which country? The Netherlands
  • Which one of these elements is a “Noble Gas”? Argon
  • Which of the following is represented by one character in the Periodic Table of Elements? Cerium
  • What year did The Opium War (between Britain and China) break out in? 1840
  • Which one of these is not one of the Great Lakes? Chaplin Lake
  • Who captained the first expedition to sail around the world? Magellan
  • Which of the following is a computer programming language? Basic
  • Which of the following is not a “Benelux” country? Denmark
  • What country did not fight Egypt in the second Middle East War? United States
  • Who founded the Yellow Hat sect in Tibet in the 15th century? Dalai Lama
  • The Franco-Prussian War began in what year? 1870
  • How many pencils are there in one gross? 144
  • Which of the following is not an oxide? Hydrochloric acid
  • What organ does a snake use to sense heat? Pits
  • What was the title of the Huey Lewis and the News’ 1983 hit album? Sports
  • In England’s War of the Roses, the red rose stood for which family? Lancaster
  • What is DNA shaped like? Double helix
  • Of the following events in American history, which is the oldest? Revolutionary War
  • Who is the oldest World Heavyweight Champion in boxing? George Forman
Mayor’s Quiz:

Note: As far as I can tell, the mayor only asks questions asked by her two students. However these are ones which I have not yet had the other students give me, so since I’m not sure yet which category above to put them in, I’ve lumped them here.

  • “Like A Virgin” was Madonna’s... 2nd album
  • What did Jimi Hendrix do at the Monterey Pop Festival? Burned his guitar
  • Which album was Sammy Hagar’s first as the lead singer of Van Halen? “5150”
  • Who was the first singer heard in USA for Africa’s “We Are The World?” Lionel Richie
  • How many years after his last album did George Michael release “Older”? 5 years
  • What was the World War II alliance between Germany, Italy, and Japan called? Axis
  • When was the Pink Floyd album “Dark Side of the Moon” released? 1973
  • The edict issued in 1598 that granted freedom to the Huguenots was? Edict of Nantes
  • Lionel Richie was a member of which group? Commodores
  • Which of these album covers shows the four Beatles’ entire bodies? “Abbey Road”
  • The American president who resigned over the Watergate scandal was? Nixon
  • Which of the following empires lasted longest? Byzantine
  • The French author of “The Social Contract” is? Rousseau
  • Who was president of the US when it had the most troops in Vietnam? Johnson
  • Who led the Russian Revolution and founded the Soviet Union? Lenin
  • The rebellion against the East India Company in 1857 by Indian mercenaries is? The Sepoy Rebellion
  • What instrument did Don Henley play in the Eagles? Drums
  • When America declared independence in 1776, how many states were there? 13
  • Which of these is used to take photos? Camera
  • Which country was Hitler born in? Austria
  • What is the name B.B. King has given his guitar? Lucille
  • In what year was Rome sacked? 375AD
  • The Russian author of “Crime and Punishment” is? Dostoevsky
  • Which of these lays the most eggs at one time? Sunfish
  • The Maccu Pichu ruins are representative of which culture? Andes Culture
  • Sting was a member of which rock band? Police
  • Which of these led to an attack on British ships in Boston Harbor? Tea Tax
  • Lincoln was which president of the United States? 16th
  • Which of these units is used to measure electric current? Ampere
  • What base is the Babylonian counting method? 60-base
  • What element is represented by “Fe” on the Periodic Table? Iron
  • What is the surface of an earthworm’s body like? Hairy
  • What city was not included in Britain’s “3C Policy?” Caracas
  • Which album is a compilation of previously unreleased Beatles songs? Anthology
  • Which of these is the heaviest quark? Top quark
  • Which of these units is used to measure the frequency of sound waves? Hertz
  • Which Asian product was most prized in 13th century Europe? Spices
  • Which of these is not one of Newton’s Three Laws of Motion? Law of Gravity
  • What is the name of the war between Maria Theresa and Prussia in 1756? The Seven Years’ War
  • The three Baltic countries are Estonia, Latvia, and? Lithuania
  • What adaptation has the pineapple developed that allows it to live longer? Water reservoir
  • Who is the famous Greek philosopher who expounded the theory of idealism? Plato
  • What is the name for the underground aqueducts found in Iran? Ghanat
  • What year did World War II begin? 1939
  • Which of these items was used to cast votes with in 6th century BC Athens? Pottery shards
  • Which of these is the hardest stone? Ruby
  • Which of these countries was not a member of the Quadruple Alliance? Italy
  • What family does the sequoia, the tallest tree in the world, belong to? Cedar
  • Which nation built a wall dividing Berlin in 1961? East Germany
  • What is Eric Clapton’s nickname, which he used as a title for an album? Slowhand
  • The world’s largest waterfall is? Iguacu (Depends on how you define “largest”)
  • What is the name for the fusion of Greek and Oriental cultures? Hellenistic Culture
  • What island was Napoleon born on? Corsica
  • What was the Confederate capital during the Civil War? Richmond
  • What does the Roman numeral “M” represent? 1,000
  • What is the name of the unique feature found on the Scandinavian coast? Fjord
  • If you throw 2 dice, how many combinations will add up to 8? 5
  • What is the tilt of the Earth’s axis? 23.5 degrees
  • Which of these elements takes its name from the sun? Helium
  • What is the title of Janis Joplin’s posthumous album? Pearl
  • How many eyes does a whirligig beetle have? 4
  • What year was the Culture Club album “Color By Numbers” released in? 1983

Thanks to Jim for some of these.



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