As Yakul carries both San and Ashitaka away from Irontown, what other injury does Ashitaka suffer that might have killed a weaker person?
As Ashitaka attempts to single-handedly lift the massive wooden gate, how many men is he told are necessary to normally do this?
As Ashitaka and the two Irontown men leave the pond where the Deer Good resides, the ox driver Koroku rides Yakul, while Ashitaka carries the other injured man on his back. What are Koroku's injuries?
What does Ashitaka do to signify his eternal exile from his people?
Which of Ashitaka's possessions does he have when he and Yakul are led out of the forest?
In his westward journey, what payment, which is rejected at first, does Ashitaka offer the vendor when he obtains rice from him?
When Eboshi takes Ashitaka to the secret hut where lepers are designing new, lighter-weight rifles, whom does she say these new rifles are meant for?
What is the last scene we see in the movie?
What is the name of the leper who cautions Lady Eboshi not to scorn the strength of the young man Ashitaka?
Does the iron ball that goes through Ashitaka's chest is well-aimed and intentionally fired?
What does Lord Okkoto tell Moro when they meet at the pond of the Deer God?
Who fights back against Moro who appears in the heavy rain and attacks the expedition on a narrow hillside track?
In Ashitaka's earlier westbound journey, what injury or injuries did he inflict on the first samurai that he shot at?
What is the monk's name who assisted Ashitaka that will figure prominently in the final confrontation with the Deer God?
What kind of animal does Prince Ashitaka is riding towards his village and learns of a strange quiet that has settled over the forest?
What reason does Ashitaka give for saving Lady Eboshi?
When Lord Okkoto approaches Ashitaka who lies beside the pond of the Deer God, what does San specifically tell the boar god?
How does Ashitaka save San from being overwhelmed by the mob while she lay stunned on the ground?