The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz Answers Guide

The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz Answers




Just as it happens with many other MMORPGs, The Legend of Neverland (play free on PC now) also features an event where your knowledge will be put to the test. Not just your game knowledge, but more topics of common sense, history, sports, and so on, so it's not going to be easy. However, the rewards that you get from this Scenic Quiz are entirely worth it, so don't pass on the chance of joining this trivia. As you would expect, we have compiled a list of solutions to make your life easier – call it a cheat sheet if you will. Keep reading to find our The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz answers guide.

The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz Answers Guide

The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz Answers Guide

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You gain access to the Scenic Quiz when you unlock the Garden Party at level 40. This is where you find events such as Dance Frenzy, Miru Party, or said Scenic Quiz. The Scenic Quiz is also known as the XO game and opens every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday between 9:00 and 23:00. Keep checking regularly to find out the exact timing, because it can be complicated due to server times and you can take the quiz more than once a day, at least until you reach the reward limit – pay attention to the icon warnings saying that the quiz is under preparation.

The way that the Scenic Quiz unfolds is extremely simple. A statement will show up on the screen and instead of having to choose one of various replies, you must move your character to the place that you think is appropriate, also known as the OX area. If you think that the statement is true, you choose the (O); if you think it's false, move to the (X). Answering all the 10 questions correctly will get you up to 300 Cabala Sapphire, one of the in-game currencies.

Easy as pie? Well, at least it is when you know the answers. Check them below in our The Legend of Neverland Scenic Quiz answers wiki. Remember to use CTRL+F to quickly jump to the statement that you are looking for.

Q: In walking races beyond 20km, there is a food supply station every 3km
A: False (X)

Q: The country that held the most Olympic Summer Games is USA
A: False (X)

Q: The country that held the most Olympic Summer Games is Greece
A: False (X)

Q: The Ugly Duckling is one of the works of Andersen's fairy tales
A: True (O)

Q: In the summer season the humming cicada sound comes from female
A: False (X)

Q: “Cité de Musique” is located in Italy
A: False (X)

Q: August has 31 days related to Roman Emperors
A: True (O)

Q: The sea with the highest salinity in the world is Red Sea
A: True (O)

Q: The first shot that symbols the freedom of the United States of America was fired on Lexington
A: True (O)

Q: Folic Acid is one of the nutritions contained in vegetables
A: True (O)

Q: If someone is suffering from malnutrition and edema, he should eat more vegetables
A: False (X)

Q: The number of remaining contestants using Blunderbuss is an odd number
A: True (O)

Q: The god of love and beauty in Roman mythology is Venus
A: True (O)

Q: Green is the vegetable with the least nutritional ingredients
A: True (O)

Q: The best way to put out the fire of an alcohol lantern is close the lamp cap
A: True (O)

Q: God of Love is Hera
A: False (X)

Q: Saves power if the food volume in the fridge is 80% of the total capacity
A: True (O)

Q: The first newspaper in colors appeared in UK
A: False (X)

Q: The eighth wonder of the world is Eiffel Tower
A: False (X)

Q: The earliest record of Haley comet was left by the Chinese
A: True (O)

Q: Mazurka originated from Finland
A: False (X)

Q: A fine book, printed with golden words which are Copper-Manganese Alloy
A: False (X)

Q: On the centennial birthday of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1984, Athens was nominated as the capital of the IOC
A: False (X)

Q: AS in the macro economics refers to total supply
A: True (O)

Q: Exposure to X-ray causes Aplastic Anemia
A: True (O)

Q: Nile, Amu and Indus rivers are all an exorheic river
A: False (X)

Q: Most of the architecture in the Eastern Roman Empire is Byzantine style
A: True (O)

Q: The longest film series according to the Guinness book of world records is Star Wars series
A: False (X)

Q: The adventures of Tom Sawyer is the masterwork of the American writer Mark Twain
A: True (O)

Q: Maupassant is the only writer from Russia who has reached the peak of the world of literature
A: False (X)

Q: A round in professional boxing is 3 minutes
A: True (O)

Q: The full name of Washington, the capital of the USA is Washington District of Truman
A: False (X)

Q: The “Red” in the novel “Red and Black” written by the French novelist Stendhal refers to the color of the revolutionary flag
A: False (X)

Q: The “Black” in the novel “Red and Black” written by the French novelist Stendhal refers to the evil side
A: False (X)

Q: Gold accessories use K to describe their gold content. 18K gold accessories contain 75% gold
A: True (O)

Q: Scorpion is the invertebrate with the slowest metabolism in the world
A: True (O)

Q: Snail is the invertebrate with the slowest metabolism in the world
A: False (X)

Q: A Song to Remember reflects the life of the Polish musician Bach
A: False (X)

Q: Law first appeared in Feudalism society
A: False (X)

Q: Poker cards are based on ancient calendars. The Joker refers to Queen.
A: False (X)

Q: The copier will produce Carbon Dioxide during the copy process
A: False (X)

Q: Low-salt diet may help to prevent Hypertension
A: True (O)

Q: The first nation in Europe where the printing machine was used is Irish
A: False (X)

Q: Death rate is one of the decisive factors for population reproduction
A: True (O)

Q: The number of remaining contestants using Magic Book is an odd number
A: False (X)

Q: The number of remaining contestants using Longbow is an odd number
A: False (X)

Q: One tubular sunflower can yield approximately hundreds and thousands of sunflower seeds
A: False (X)

Q: The classes of a weight lifting match are based on the age of the athletes
A: False (X)

Q: Lenin called someone “A mirror of Russian Revolution”, it is Sholokhov
A: False (X)

Q: The main reason that boosts Singapore’s economic development is Rich Labor resource
A: False (X)

Q: The main reason that boost Singapore’s economic development is Good Natural Condition
A: False (X)

Q: Newton is Jewish
A: False (X)

Q: The scientist called “The father of Physics” is Newton
A: False (X)

Q: The best way to put out the fire of alcohol lamp is put out with water
A: False (X)

Q: Graf was the only tennis player who won 2 championships of Grand Slam
A: False (X)

Q: Among the “World’s Top 3 Tenors”, Pavarotti is Spanish
A: False (X)

Q: Einstein is Jewish
A: True (O)

Q: South Korea is the first to form the strategic and tactical missile forces in Asia
A: False (X)

Q: China is the first to form strategic and tactical missile forces in Asia
A: True (O)

Q: The four most important inventions of the 20th century are semiconductors?
A: True (O)

Q: The sea with the most islands in the world is Aegean Sea
A: True (O)

Q: The sea with the the lowest salinity in the world is Baltic Sea
A: True (O)

Q: Mazurka originated from Poland
A: True (O)

Q: The most commonly produced and widely used battery in the world is Zinc-carbon battery
A: True (O)

Q: In order to maximize its effect, windbreak shall be formed with more than 10 rows of trees
A: True (O)

Q: In order to maximize its effect, windbreak shall be formed with 5 to 10 rows of trees
A: False (X)

Q: Noise pollution refers to noise over 90 decibels
A: False (X)

Q: Apples contain a memory strengthening microelement which is Zinc
A: True (O)

Q: Apples contain a memory strengthening microelement which is lodine
A: False (X)

Q: Apples contain a memory strengthening microelement called Calcium
A: False (X)

Q: Calcium is also called the Intelligent Element
A: True (O)

Q: The first shot that symbols the freedom of the United States of America started on Washington
A: False (X)

Q: Aurora is the special scenery you can see in High Latitude
A: True (O)

Q: The greatest branch of Yellow River is River Fen
A: False (X)

Q: The so-called theory of “Invisible Hand” in the field of economics was originally presented by Marx
A: False (X)

Q: Internet came to China in the year of 1994
A: True (O)

Q: Ballet is introduced from France
A: True (O)

Q: Potato is Stem of a plant
A: True (O)

Q: When cooking poached eggs in a microwave oven, use a toothpick to puncture the egg whites and egg yolks mainly for Faster to cook
A: False (X)

Q: When cooking poached eggs in a microwave oven, use a toothpick to puncture the egg whites and egg yolks mainly for Prevention of Burst
A: True (O)

Q: The largest body of water on land is Glacier Water
A: True (O)

Q: Main resources used by humans include: Solar Resources
A: True (O)

Q: Main resources used by humans include: Mineral Resources
A: True (O)

Q: Suez Canal belongs to Panama
A: False (X)

Q: The biggest stone Buddha statue in the world is in Henan
A: False (X)

Q: The first Mahjong Museum in the world is located in China
A: False (X)

Q: The first Mahjong Museum in the world is located in Japan
A: True (O)

Q: The longest organ in the gastrointestinal tract of human body is Small Intestine
A: True (O)

Q: The number of “World player Soccer” Pele shirt is no 23
A: False (X)

Q: Afghan Hound is also called Bracco Italiano
A: False (X)

Q: The campaign in the first World War that used gas for the first time is Battle of Verdun
A: True (O)

Q: Boule de Suif is the masterwork of American writer, Mark Twain
A: False (X)

Q: The Olympic Games held in beijing in 2008 was the 30th Olympic
A: False (X)

Q: Just like Statue of Liberty, another well-known nickname of the USA is Old Sam
A: False (X)

Q: Alligator’s tear is to disguise itself
A: False (X)

Q: Alligators shed tears to secrete toxin
A: False (X)

Q: The “Five Hardwares” in life stands for Silver
A: True (O)

Q: The “Five Hardwares” in life stands for Tin
A: True (O)

Q: Mexico is located in South America
A: False (X)

Q: Mexico is located in North America
A: True (O)

Q: The country that is connected to the east of China is Russia
A: False (X)

Q: The country that borders China to the east is Japan
A: False (X)

Q: Persian Gulf Coastline is one of the main oil production zones in the world
A: True (O)

Q: The general international naval speed uses “knot” as unit, one knot stands for 1.852 km/h
A: True (O)

Q: The general international naval speed uses “knot” as unit, one knot stands for 3.112 km/h
A: False (X)

Q: The North Star that is often used for directions belongs to the category of Ursa Minor
A: True (O)

Thanks to the following for contributing to this guide: Rem727, Ej Fury, Xcuits, tasya.

If you have found another question and answer that we haven't listed here yet, please leave it in the comments. We'll add it to this guide so that The Legend of Neverland community has the best resource ever.




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