Well-developed value system, which they strive to live in accordance with. Mellark only married her because he could not have the woman who became Mrs. What if Fawn is the Mockingjay, the symbol of revolution? Gamemakers The team of Capitol representatives responsible for designing the arena and manipulating it for entertainment effect. Hunger Games Characters: Beetee Latier A former Hunger Games winner from District 3, Beetee was an ally of Katniss and Peeta during the Quarter Quell. During the Games, he discovered a wall of shrubbery at the edge of the Arena that concealed a force field, which ricocheted anything thrown in its direction. The actor also seems to inadequately illustrate his humbleness, and he comes across as very full of himself at … times. The Hunger Games At this point, you're probably thinking to yourself, 'That Capital sounds truly awful.
Lady was not brought to District 13 and neither was Buttercup during the evacuation. Peeta's favorite color is orange, like the sunset. Katniss is trying not to fall in love again, and failing, auspiciously so. He takes care of Katniss during her time in District 13 and heads the study on Peeta's hijacking. She was also a big grudge-holder. Greasy Sae is not directly mentioned in the Hunger Games movies, but a character who is presumably her is seen dealing with Katniss; she gives the mockingjay pin to Katniss in the movie, although in the book, Madge gave Katniss the pin.
Through the rest of the novel, Katniss defies the Capital and beats the odds to survive the Hunger Games along with fellow victor, Peeta Mellark. He mentions that he would always remind Katniss of Prim's death, which Katniss silently agrees with. I am just a girl. He was a miner who was killed in a mining explosion before the narrative begins. I am not a rebel.
When Katniss discovers that Haymitch and his allies from District 13 and the Capitol failed to save Peeta from the arena as they did her, she claws him in the face. She has bright, dark, eyes and satiny brown skin and stands tilted up on her toes with her arms slightly extended to her sides, as if ready to take wing at the slightest sound. This kiss is reported to , who threatens to kill Gale unless Katniss is in love with Peeta. Gale confesses his love for Katniss after she asks him to run away with her. Katniss chose her as one of her allies in the arena, but Cecelia was killed in the bloodbath.
Peeta is different and they balance each other out. Instead, she stays in District 4, working in a hospital and coping with her grief. It is here where he meets Katniss Everdeen, who soon becomes his hunting partner, best friend, and perhaps something more. Katniss also begins to ponder the reality of District 13, when she realizes that they show the same footage of the burned-down justice building again and again, each time implying it is current footage. She wasn't quite as frail as she was on paper, but that's about the only major difference to be found.
Later in Mockingjay, while wandering around President Snow's now rebel-inhabited mansion, Paylor allows Katniss to see President Snow, who is now imprisoned and awaiting execution. Then when Katniss kisses Peeta in the arena, with all of Panem watching, Gale is understandably upset. Tall, dark, and handsome, the teenager already looks and acts like a man. At first, it appears they are dull-witted and care only about their appearance. Pitted against highly-trained Tributes who have prepared for these Games their entire lives, Katniss is forced to rely upon her sharp instincts as well as the mentorship of drunken former victor Haymitch Abernathy.
Whether these assertions are true or not is left up to interpretation by Katniss. It brings out the flecks of gold in his green eyes. During the games, he stayed hidden away from all the other tributes, which helped him survive through to the final six. Katniss is an outsider to her country of Panem. She was raised in town as the daughter of an apothecary and consequently had a fairly comfortable life.
While onscreen Gale was a little more pale than written, and he certainly didn't appear to have missed many recent meals, it was still a pretty accurate representation—ignoring the fact, of course, that like Katniss he was also much older in the movie than the books. The film's representation of the tiny, feisty, and quick-on-her-feet pre-teen was accurate to the writing and gave her that gut-wrenching smile that affected Katniss so in both versions. Becoming the third Victor of District Twelve should have been the gateway to a new life for Katniss Everdeen and her family; one of comfort and peace from their days of starvation in the Seam. His character is actually not very unique and analogous to other characters like Harry Potter. Then he was totally into the idea of dying to save her. Peeta threatens to report her to the Peacekeepers if she continues to sell liquor to Katniss and Haymitch, who drink together after the twist for the Third Quarter Quell is revealed. Peeta is much better for Katniss than Gale is.