Although injured, he survived the game and was brought by the rebels to District 13. Rue - The small 12 year old female tribute from District 11, the agricultural district. Madge and her family perish in the District 12 bombings. During the final moments of the Games, Haymitch severely wounded positioned himself by the edge, knowing that when his opponent flung her weapon at him, he could duck and the force field would hurl it back at her. To remind people of her savage victory, she had her teeth filed into fangs and inlaid with gold, which made her extremely popular with the people of the Capitol. Near the beginning of the Catching Fire book, Snow tells Katniss that he had him executed for letting both her and Peeta live.
Lyme The District 2 Commander and also a previous Hunger Games victor who is a member of the rebellion. He was a career tribute specializing in the use of daggers and the victor of the 63rd Hunger Games. He stumbled through drunken fatalism and bemused curiosity all while teaching his new pupils his tricks. Johanna Mason The prickly, abrasive victor of the 71st Hunger Games from District 7. Cato played a strong part in the initial bloodbath, killing off many tributes, one being the District 4 male. He assists with the rebellion by appearing in rebel propaganda.
She has a special dislike of Katniss and mentions that Katniss is more useful to her dead than alive. And when Gale went to rescue Peeta, Katniss turned to Haymitch for emotional support when she thought that both Gale and Peeta were lost to her. Later in the novel, however, the birds come to symbolize a different sort of defiance. When he was 15, Haymitch was reaped for the Second Quarter Quell, wherein four tributes from each district were forced into the arena. In the second book, Catching Fire, Katniss returns to District 12, but their relationship cannot continue as it was, since Katniss and Peeta must play the part of lovers due to threats from the Capitol.
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. Realizing that the new government of Panem has many similarities to the old one, Katniss publicly kills Coin. She gave it all up to marry Katniss's father and move to the Seam, where she lived in poverty. After this, he continues to serve as a mentor to Katniss and Peeta; however, he never truly repairs his relationship with either of them and resumes his drinking after the war ends. His only concession to the Capitol's fashion style is a small amount of gold eyeliner that brings out the gold flecks in his eyes. He dies underground after stepping on a pod. Katniss Everdeen - The protagonist and the narrator for Mockingjay.
During training, she spent most of her time working on the plants section. He is said to have prostituted winning tributes, like Finnick Odair, forcing them to have sex with wealthy Capitol citizens, under threat of killing their loved ones if they refused. In the initial bloodbath, she was the first tribute who came close to killing Katniss. His only appearance is in the second book Catching Fire at Gale Hawthorne's whipping for poaching off the Capitol's land; the film changes his reason for whipping Gale to because he tackles him when he is about to shoot a defiant bystander. They are said to look almost completely alike. Preps Octavia, Venia, and Flavius: Katniss's loyal prep team from the Capitol.
However, Peeta did warn Katniss and District 13 of an incoming attack, which led to a hastily planned rescue mission. During Mockingjay — Part 1, Snow briefly speaks to Katniss and he taunts her before telling her that the things she loves will destroy her. Effie wears wigs of different colors for various special occasions, is very strict about manners, and is always punctual. In Catching Fire, Cinna dresses Katniss for her television interview in her wedding dress, as insisted by President Snow, but alters it so that when Katniss raises her arms and twirls, the white dress burns away to be replaced with a black dress of feathers that resembles a mockingjay, which has become the symbol of the resistance in Panem. She marries him, but it is fifteen years until she is ready to have children. Still, Katniss continues to struggle with certainty about her love for Gale and Peeta, and she does so amidst a revolution in which she feels increasing guilt and inadequacy as so many around her die for the cause. After the rebellion, she and her granddaughter visit Katniss in the Victor's Village to feed her and keep house.
After she is rescued, she has an addiction to morphling. Instead, she stays in District 4, working in a hospital and coping with her grief. Hunger Games Characters: Johanna Mason Johanna was allied with Katniss and Peeta during the Quarter Quell Hunger Games, and she was a previous winner from District 7. Johanna Mason A tribute from District 7 who was in the Quarter Quell with Katniss and was captured by the Capitol in the arena. Mockingjays become a link between Katniss and Rue, with the two using the birds to communicate. Lacking Katniss's skills with weapons like the bow and arrow, he relies on his charm and physical strength, and teamwork with Katniss, to survive in the Games.
She had a habit of not finishing her sentences, forcing Beetee to finish them on her behalf. Some of the first Hunger Games have made it to the final chapter. He was skilled in electronics and won his game by electrocuting groups of tributes at once. Katniss then further weakened the careers, when she destroyed their supplies. He seems to idolize Katniss with how he tries to come close to see her.
The rebels are unable to determine whether the cause of death was by choking on his own blood from his untreated mouth sores or because he was trampled by the mob in the panic following President Coin's assassination. He became an ally to a girl named Maysilee Donner, the original owner of Katniss's symbolic mockingjay pin, but was later forced to watch her die. After Prim's death, she opens her own hospital in District 4. Bonnie and Twill are not featured in the films. He joined the alliance to protect Katniss, and devised a plan to electrocute the careers. She had dark hair and olive skin, which made her look like a person from The Seam if not for her golden eyes. He tries to give Katniss hints about the nature of the arena for the Quarter Quell, but Katniss does not pick up on it until much later.