I only recently started this blog, so the layout's a work in progress.
As you can see by the posts, it's a Hunger Games blog. The books are the most amazing things I've ever read and the movie was just as wonderful <3
My main blog is kiwitheninja, so if you want you can check that out too (:
and another one! wooohoo!
She was never the favourite to win. Why would she be, unless being a starved, gangly, softly spoken 17 year old put the odds in her favour? Quite simply, she was going to die. She scraped a 5 in training, by identifying plants and making a few shallow cuts in the fabric of the dummy with a knife. Her interview made everyone more sure that she would not win. Yes, she would be able to survive, but she wouldn’t be able to fight any tribute if they found her. District 11 would not have a Victor in the 36th Hunger Games.
But what no one knew, not even her mentor, was her strategy. She’d made deals with all the other tributes, that if they were injured, they could find her, and she would heal them. She knew her stuff when it came to plant life, and that’s what would get her home. She had to get home.
She ran from the Cournucopia with a small backpack, and immediately started gathering ‘healing’ supplies. Then she waited. 9 were killed in the bloodbath, including her District partner. She thought of his family and girlfriend back home, sobbing at his death. She had to win for him.
Soon tributes began coming to her. They would be in such hazes of pain, of have no knowledge of plant life, that they wouldn’t question the bitter taste of the medicine she asked them to drink, or think anything of the burning that the plants put on their wounds would cause. All over Panem, people watched in confusion as tributes died suddenly, having been slightly ill hours before. Suddenly everyone made the connection between the deaths: All the victims had visited the healer girl from 11. The other tributes meanwhile, were none the wiser, thinking the deaths were caused by traps, fights or mutts. Slowly, the numbers whittled down. There was three of them left: The boy from 1, the girl from 12 and herself. The boy from 1 injured himself in the fight with the girl from 4, which ended in her death, and came to her, and allowed her to fix his wounds. He killed the girl from 12 two hours later, then proceeded to attempt to find the last girl standing between him and home. He was so close, before her poisons overcame him, and he died on the forest floor, still dreaming of home.
When his cannon sounded, she cried. She sunk to the ground, weeping for those she’d poisoned by making them think she’d help them.
” and Gentlemen, may I present to you the Victir of the 36th Hunger Games: Seeder Mayher!”
Panem-The Hunger Games Arena
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Warning: this blog will give you a laugh-attack.
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Interview: Team Peeta or Gale?
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I’m just sitting here and laughing at this picture because it is actually Jack’s hand, but it looks like it’s Willow’s hand, and she looks like this tiny girl with this huge hand and LOL! Maybe I should sleep.
Glimmer from District 1