The Baker's Wife When Katniss was young and starving, the baker's wife, Peeta's mother, refused to give her any bread and told her to get away from their trash cans. However, they can choose to add their name more times in exchange for , which is a small ration of oil and grain. He is captured at the beginning of the Quarter Quell. In the , past victors were forced to compete in the Games as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the Capitol. Peeta mentioned in Mockingjay that while Lavinia died relatively quickly if accidentally , it took days to finish Darius off. And now it never will.
. In Mockingjay, she and Finnick marry, and she gives birth to their son after his death. The arrow to his neck caused Marvel to drown in his own blood. After Prim's death and the end of the war, he makes his way back to District 12 on foot and is found again by Katniss. This helplessness is what caused Katniss to begin hunting and gathering to protect the family. Peeta is the baker's son and lives with two brothers, a quiet father, and a strict disciplinarian mother.
He was the only living victor in District 12 before Katniss and Peeta. Clove took part in the hunt for Katniss during the games, along with the career tributes and Peeta. She, however, taught Katniss the art of healing with herbs. He points Katniss out to Peeta on their first day of school and visits with Katniss to say goodbye to her before she leaves for the Hunger Games, promising to make sure that Prim gets enough to eat. Principal photography for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire began on September 10, 2012 in , and concluded in April 2013.
She is a threat in the arena and is later captured by the Capitol along with Peeta and Johanna. 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. He sends Katniss gifts throughout the games to help her survive, and sometimes Katniss believes that his gifts always seem to have good timing and there might be some kind of connection between them. He Annie Cresta after she is rescued from the Capitol, but is sadly killed by rose-scented lizard mutts, in the transfer, during a mission to assassinate President Snow. It is implied these alterations, too strange for even people in The Capitol, caused her to be shunned and banned as a stylist for the Games; this resulted in Tigris's becoming embittered towards The Capitol.
Delly, though, doesn't look like the Avox girl at all. It completely upset my digestion. He is the powerful and unrelenting leader of a nation that is divided between the haves and the have-nots. He takes care of Katniss during her time in District 13 and heads the study on Peeta's hijacking. When Rue was killed by another tribute, Katniss sang a song to her and placed flowers in her hair before her body was removed from the arena. He promised he would sober up long enough for Katniss and Peeta to play the Games and help them.
In addition, prior to Snow's assassination,, Katniss was pulled into a meeting where surviving tributes and leaders took votes on whether or not to hold another Hunger Games, this time with Capitol children. By the end of the , only seven victors are known to still be alive. Though he seems genial enough, his anger towards Katniss at the end of the novel suggests an uglier side. When the Gamemakers renege on a promise to let two surviving tributes from the same district live, she defies and embarrasses the government by threatening a double suicide with Peeta, becoming the personal enemy of Panem's leader, President Snow. It is implied that living conditions in all the districts improved considerably under her presidency. Roger Mitchell And all the Quarter Quell tributes from districts 5, 6, 9, and 10 have the same first and last names as the actors who played them in Catching Fire! He, Katniss, and Peeta were the last three tributes to face the wolf-muttations who later killed Cato.
Johanna Mason killed her by throwing an axe into her chest. He was born in Puerto Rico and currently resides in a small town outside of New York City. She and Katniss's mother were friends. Maysilee and Haymitch made an to help each other survive. However, a hero will emerge and give hope and inspiration to many. Being from a Career District, it can be assumed that Gloss was in an alliance with the other Career tributes. He was skilled in electronics and won his game by electrocuting groups of tributes at once.
He is actually the judge who falls into the punch bowl when Katniss shoots an apple during her scoring in the first book, but Katniss does not formally meet him until the Victory Tour celebration in the second book. When a victor comes home, they are no longer eligible to participate in the Hunger Games even if they are still young enough to have their name drawn in the reaping. His death in the book is very different from that in the film: in the book, he is presumably killed by Cato and finishes fifth overall; however, in the film, he is the first victim of the Mutts, and finishes fourth overall. The novel has a quite a number of characters, here is a list of 11 and the role they play in the overall plot of the story. The Avox Girl In the Capitol, Katniss recognizes this redheaded servant as the girl she and Gale once saw on the run in the woods.
On Day 5, she found Katniss up a tree, trapped there by the career tributes. Bonnie and Twill are not featured in the films. She was next seen by Katniss as she stole food from the career tributes' mountain of supplies. Katniss came to her rescue, but Marvel speared Rue in the abdomen. District 12 is destroyed, and Gale leads approximately 10% of the population to safety.