The skills and qualities she developed to cope with the everyday challenges of being poor, including her ability to hunt, her toughness, and her resourcefulness, turn out to be what keeps her alive through the Games. Fernandez; Borys Kit March 17, 2009. He is loyal and brave, and will do whatever it takes for Katniss to survive, because he has been in love with her since they were five years old. He stumbled through drunken fatalism and bemused curiosity all while teaching his new pupils his tricks. Before Katniss leaves for the Capitol, Prim makes her promise to try hard to win the Games. He is nineteen years old, fierce, hates the Capitol, and wishes to start an uprising as the people of did.
Katniss Everdeen The protagonist of the novel and its narrator, Katniss Everdeen is a strong, resourceful sixteen-year-old who is far more mature than her age would suggest. Furthermore, before the Games, she has little interest in boys and is instead focused on her responsibilities, and though she develops feelings for Peeta and becomes aware of feelings for Gale during the Games, romance remains a peripheral interest for her at the end of the novel. She returned to District 12 after the war and eventually marries Peeta Mellark. Indeed, he's from the top Career District and the Gamemakers gave him a score of 9. Katniss looks out for the family and supplements their income by illegally hunting wild game with a bow.
But Cinna's close cropped hair appears to be its natural shade of brown. The events of Catching Fire and Mockingjay force Prim to become more solemn and mature beyond her 13 years. However, he is shown to be honest, witty, and friendly, and Katniss learns to trust him. Since President Snow and the game masters are far outside Katniss' capability to confront, he is the one who serves as the most prominent physical threat to her. Her scream is used by the jabberjays birds that are able to mimic whatever they hear in the Quarter Quell to torment Finnick Odair, who loves her. While fleeing from the lizards, Messalla is killed by a pod that emits a shaft of impenetrable light, melting his skin off.
His skills include personal charm and charisma, physical strength, baking, and painting. This forces the authorities to concede just in time to save their lives. She is noted for her odd clothes, wigs and her distinct capitol accent. At the end of the hunger games, Effie is arrested alongside Katniss and Peeta's. Katniss, however, has to act like she's in love with him in order to get sponsors which keeps both of them alive in the Games. This is the Capitol, remember? She was the only tribute during the 74th Games that got close to killing Katniss, twice.
She usually gives her food rations to them, and forages in the fields to provide more food for them even though the peacekeepers are far less lenient than in District 12. The Hunger Games are a highly technological endeavor. She has a special dislike of Katniss and mentions that Katniss is more useful to her dead than alive. He also serves as a reminder that no one ever really wins the Hunger Games. The boy is the first tribute killed in the 74th Hunger Games in the novel, stabbed by Clove while he was fighting with Katniss over a backpack.
He does not appear except when he trades with Katniss and Gale, and when he visits Katniss before the 74th Hunger Games to give her cookies. He was the last tribute to die in the Third Quarter Quell as well as the entire history of the Hunger Games; Peeta killed him after Brutus killed Chaff. Falling Action Katniss surprises viewers and Game Makers alike with her quick thinking and unexpected acts of compassion. She was the oldest tribute, about 80 years old, and had won the 11th Hunger Games. Hamish devises a strategy of portraying Katniss and Peeta as a couple to garner public support. Rue A 12-year-old girl tribute from District 11.
In Katniss' eyes: The boy tribute from District 11, Thresh, has the same dark skin as Rue, but the resemblance stops there. Mags knew she could not survive the game due to her age and frailty, but volunteered as tribute to spare Annie Cresta, Finnick Odair's girlfriend. Glimmer The stunningly beautiful girl tribute from District 1 who has the bow and arrows before Katniss takes them from her dead body. When her father died, her mother became depressed and she was forced to use the hunting skills her father taught her to feed the family. She and Katniss maintain contact through telephone calls.
Thankfully, Katniss helps him out of it. When Katniss leaves to be a tribute in the Hunger Games, Gale promises to take care of her family for her. Katniss then collapsed, having been stung by some of the tracker jackers, and slept for a few days. She is an inspiration and motivation to the oppressed citizens of Panem. His last name is not provided by this novel, but is mentioned in the rest of the trilogy.
Atala The head trainer at the Training Center. During the Quarter Quell, Katniss is hesitant to make Finnick her ally, because she does not trust him—to her, he appears to be shallow, arrogant, and superficial. Both of their fathers died in the same mining explosion. Collins adapted the novel for film herself, along with director. He used it to kill the District 3 female.
Katniss notices her hiding and darting through the woods, and nicknames her Foxface both for her animalistic features and her ability to stay quiet. The Hunger Games trilogy has been sold into 56 territories in 51 languages to date. However, they prove themselves less shallow when they begin to cry while preparing Katniss for the Quarter Quell, from which they do not expect her to return. She finished 4th overall in the book 5th in the film. She will form a friendship and partnership with Katniss. Consider using the point of view from the following characters: Katniss, Prim, Gale, Peeta, Haymitch, Effie, Cinna, President Snow, Rue, Cato, or Foxface.