She fought her way into the Capitol and ended the rebellion. Everdeen didn't always live in the Seam of District 12. Rue inspires Katniss to become fiercer in her fight against the Capitol and to win the Games. Clove's death is slightly different in the book and the film: in the book Thresh smashed her head with a rock, cracking her skull, but in the film he violently and lethally slams her against the Cornucopia. She then took part in the feast, in which she remained hidden in the Cornucopia, escaping with her district bag.
Even though Katniss told him her real name later, he still calls her that. She helps Katniss by refusing the Goat Man's offer, thus letting Katniss have the goat for a lower price. She won because, being from the fishing district, she was the best swimmer. Venia A member of Katniss' prep team. Thresh The boy tribute from District 11 who keeps to himself and lets Katniss go after he learns of Katniss' friendship with. Red-headed Avox A servant in the center where Katniss stays while preparing for the Games. Delly is Peeta's friend and became one of the refugees in , after escaping the District 12 fire bombing with her younger brother.
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. It is important to note her physical dissimilarities to the actress who played her in the novel. Prim is Katness' younger sister. This resulted in the deaths of Glimmer and the female tribute from District 4. Mags was frail and spoke fragmented words that Katniss did not understand, though Katniss did understand her body language in the movie, this is all changed to her being a mute.
He is an introspective person who is concerned with preserving his identity throughout the Games and would rather die as himself then survive and become a monster. Though initially hesitant, she eventually consents to help Katniss and effectively replaces the role of Katniss's prep team, who do not appear beyond the second film. They are said to look almost completely alike. She was the best swimmer there, so she survived. Katniss makes it her life's priority to protect Prim from the hardness of life, and Prim thus serves as a personification of Katniss's deferred innocence. She then chased Katniss away into the forest. He along with Katniss and Peeta are the last to survive the Games.
Madge and her family perish in the District 12 bombings. In Mockingjay, it is revealed that the smell of blood is due to oral sores he incurred from one of the poisons that he used to kill people in his megalomaniacal efforts to control Panem. He treats Peeta and Katniss with contempt, and initially is sarcastic, expending no effort to help them. She is a career tribute. Delly, though, doesn't look like the Avox girl at all. She was the youngest of all the tributes in the Games, at just 12 years old. She openly defies and defames the Capitol at every opportunity, but the Capitol usually ignores her, since they had already eliminated those she loved.
Like Katniss, Gale lives with his mother Hazelle and three younger siblings after his father's death in the same mining accident that killed Katniss's father. He is forgetful, and eats insects even after being told they are poisonous. He impales her with a spear, but she lives for a little while and Katniss comforts her until the end. She praises Katniss on a job well done in the first book, when Katniss receives an 11 in training. He is killed in the bloodbath.
In the film, he is shown to be very handsome, muscular, bare-chested, and the tallest tribute. However, in Mockingjay, it is mentioned that the pair never made it to 13, and they are presumed dead. Has an addiction to alcohol, and gets drunk to escape the world around him. She and her best friend Gale, an eighteen-year-old young man, work together to hunt and forage to sustain their families. Since she is unable to let her down, it gives her the motivation needed to keep on pursuing her dream of winning the Games. Katniss believes this is a ploy to gain the support of sponsors to help them survive the Games. Twill proves this by holding out a cracker with the image of a mockingjay; in the book, it is the first time Katniss sees that the mockingjay has become a symbol of rebellion.
He enjoys the strawberries that Katniss Everdeen and Gale Hawthorne pick illegally from the woods. District 12 is destroyed, and Gale leads approximately 10% of the population to safety. Katniss notices her hiding and darting through the woods, and nicknames her Foxface both for her animalistic features and her ability to stay quiet. Castor is killed by the , with Finnick and Homes, while Pollux survives and assists Cressida to document the war destruction after the war's end. 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. She has red hair, pale skin, and striking features. In the movies, he is also known for flashing a huge smile.
Dalton also supports Katniss to become the center of the propos as herself, rather than following Fulvia's directions. She is killed by a boy from District 1, as Katniss watches. Peeta is among those captured by the Capitol at the end. They are a flamboyant and vacuous bunch, and while not outwardly antagonistic, represent the superficial nature of the Games. Thresh The male tribute from District 11. Very stern and strict, she only appears in the series once, when she beats Peeta. The girl's companion, a boy, was killed in the incident.