These mutts are responsible for the deaths of Finnick Odair, Jackson, Castor, and Homes by beheading them on the wild chase. They are spotted and hunted frequently in the 74th Hunger Games. High-speed rail[ edit ] High speed trains run throughout the districts. Then the remaining tributes are alerted to a rule change that allows tributes from the same district to win as a team.
The names are written on slips of paper and placed in glass bowls "reaping balls"one each for males and females. Jabberjay[ edit ] Jabberjays are small, crested black birds created by the Capitol during the Dark Days.
They are to appear inseparable, which, as the training goes on, becomes increasingly tiring for Katniss, who can't decide whether Peeta's kindness and compliments are genuine or simply a part of a scheme for winning the Games.
In order to survive, the people of District 13 had developed innovative technologies that allowed them to maximise available resources, as well as a strict, militaristic lifestyle that emphasised frugality and a constant readiness to defend themselves against potential attacks.
Most children of poor families have to take tesserae Rebellion in hunger games survive, so the children of poor families have more entries in the reaping than children of wealthy families who need no tesserae.
Clothing[ edit ] In Panem, Districts wore clothing that was generic, and similar to modern day fashions, but citizens of the Capitol typically wore extravagant designer clothes that were very colorful and peculiar.
The nightlock name is likely a hybrid of the real plants nightshade and hemlockboth of which are deadly poisons. In the midst of District 2 is a central mountain referred to as "The Nut" by Katniss which contains the command and control center for the Capitol's defenses.
It is implied that security is strict in District 8 following the uprising, and the citizens are desperate for hope. The Peacekeeper force in each district is led by a Head Peacekeeper of the district. Catching Fire, their appearance is different from the first film; they wear a full helmet, darker visor, and heavier-looking armor, and carry automatic rifles.
Grooslings[ edit ] The groosling is an edible wild bird the size of a wild turkey. Activities for adults appear to be more specialised- when the refugees from District 12 arrived, Mrs. Nightlock[ edit ] Nightlock is a wild bush with extremely toxic berries.
Peacekeepers maintain order and suppress dissidence through coercion and brutality. The Hob was destroyed by the Peacekeepers whose local commander was replaced in Catching Fire. While Rue utilizes the leaves by chewing them into a pulp then applying them directly to the tracker jacker stings, Katniss' mother stewed the leaves to make an infusion which the patient then drinks.
Two tributes are drawn in each of the 12 districts, and those tributes are sent to an arena where they fight until only one tribute remains alive. This rule came to be after the 71st Hunger Games, when a District 6 tribute named Titus resorted to cannibalism in the arena, actually attempting to eat the tributes that he had killed.
The food is rich and abundant, and Katniss, for the first time, tries hot chocolate. The venom targets the part of the brain that controls fear and confusion, and is used to distort the victim's memories. Meanwhile, Peeta has become aware of Katniss' disingenuous love for him, but he has also been informed of Snow's threats, so he promises to help keep up the act to spare the citizens of District The most frequent punishment consists of floggingsbut can include the pillory and hanging for the most serious crimes.
Each tribute is given special clothing to wear, depending on the environment, and then confined to an underground room, referred to in the Capitol as the "Launch Room", until game time. Everyday life District 13's stockpile of hovercrafts and ammunition Schedules Citizens of District 13 live a highly regimented life: The Capitol accent is distinctive, said to sound "silly" and effete to people from the districts; the accent is described as being "high-pitched with clipped tones and odd vowels".
After a certain time, the ink breaks down and can be washed off in preparation for the following day. In Mockingjay the Capitol uses them as bombers to attack District Eight and used them in the same manner in their destruction of District Twelve.
Haymitch coaches Katniss and Peeta together, per their request, and instructs them to keep their biggest strengths a secret from the other tributes.
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In order to control future rebellions by remembering the past rebellion, the Powers That Be of the dystopian society of Panem force two youngsters from each of. The Hunger Games universe is a fictional world appearing in The Hunger Games trilogy written by Suzanne kaleiseminari.com consists primarily of the fictional nation of Panem, its Capitol where the totalitarian government resides, and the outlying districts, numbered 1 to 12, each with a different economy.
In order to control future rebellions by remembering the past rebellion, the Powers That Be of the dystopian society of Panem force two youngsters from each of the twelve districts to participate in The Hunger Games.
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District 13 is one of the thirteen districts of Panem (and for 75 years between rebellions, an independent nation), and was widely thought to have been destroyed by the Capitol during the First Rebellion (74 years before the start of the series).
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