Cato is later disarmed by the mutts and gnawed at by the wolves, being left to suffer. Then it was gone.

[2], In the novels, Katniss is extensively knowledgeable in foraging, wildlife, hunting, and survival techniques. She has shown she will protect those she loves, no matter the cost to herself. Katniss does an interview and tells them how she met Peeta and informs them of the time when President Snow told her the Capitol is fragile.

Katniss gives the District 12 farewell salute to District 11 in Rue's honor. However, she is ultimately released on the grounds she wasn't mentally well at the time of the assassination and is sent back to District 12. They then travel to District 12. Their lives were considerably different, and it was a big change for both of them to move on to their new life. In Mockingjay, Katniss is rescued and taken to the subterranean civilization of District 13 and meets with the people and their leader, President Alma Coin. There were three novels in the series, which in turn became the focus of four movie adaptations. Katniss tells Plutarch if she is going to be the mockingjay, he must send her away from Peeta.

She lays there realizing that the Capitol will not let anyone live after this, and sees Plutarch Heavensbee coming over to her as she passes out.

Before Katniss goes to the Capitol, Madge requests that she wears a pin with a symbol of a mockingjay on it as her district token. Meanwhile, President Snow is arrested, found guilty of his crimes against the people of Panem, and sentenced to death. hat she knew about edible foods and gave him a bow that her father had made before his death. [7] She also gradually realizes there are more important things than survival and decides she is willing to die for Peeta and the rebellion.

Katniss and her family come from District 12, a coal-mining district that is the poorest and least populated district in the dystopian fictional autocratic nation of Panem. In the interviews Katniss wears a wedding dress that burns off to reveal a Mockingjay dress underneath. After a brief meeting, they decide to let Katniss speak for herself and to do it in action. Talking in terms of "winning the reaping", the district's Hunger Games manager Effie Trinket asks for a round of applause for Katniss, but everyone re… He keeps the theme by designing Katniss' interview dress, a gown made completely of precious jewels in flame colors, reflecting the lighting to make her look like she is "engulfed in flames". Katniss wears a bloody bandage to cover the scar on her left arm that Johanna Mason gave her when she cut her tracker out during the 75th Hunger Games. She lands and hurts her tailbone and heel. She passes a room and hears Plutarch talking to Finnick and Haymitch about getting someone out of District 4. It is assumed they wed. Of their children, who remain unnamed, their first is a girl, who has black hair like her mother, and blue eyes like her father; the second is a boy, with blond hair like his father, and grey eyes like his mother.

Assuming the Gamemakers would rather have two victors than none, she suggests they both commit suicide by eating poisonous nightlock berries rather than killing each other. She finds that Buttercup somehow survived the destruction of District 12 (she sarcastically states that the animal that did nothing survived while Lady, Prim's goat who helped the family with food, died.) Katniss Everdeen is a fictional character and the protagonist of The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins.

She is also very agile and flexible. She has a habit of biting her nails when she is nervous. Katniss, then becomes a chief cook and a bottlewasher, like his father did in the past.

The Gamemakers want at least one victor, so Katniss and Peeta are both declared victors of the 74th Hunger Games.

Katniss normally wears her hair in a long braid down her back. FANDOM(s) Katniss is informed the the rescue party had arrived home safe. In Catching Fire, Peeta says that she and Haymitch are alike. She goes to Finnick and shares her ideas of Snow's plan.

She uses her archery and her daring to score an 11 (out of a possible 12) during the pre-games judging. Cinna comes in with her wedding gown for the photo shoot, specifically chosen by President Snow.

One day, Katniss took some of Prim's baby clothes on the streets to sell to any willing people. Beetee and Finnick are also there. She is then carried back to her bed by Finnick, who talks to her and then cries. After viewing the finished propoganda, she sees that it is strong. But Beetee is hurt just before the lightning storm starts and when Katniss finds him, she dazedly figures out what he was really doing. Seven decades later, a young Katniss would bring the end of the Hunger Games altogether. There, she met a boy named Gale Hawthorne.

Katniss stays with Rue up until she dies, singing her a lullaby because Rue's favorite thing was music, and she requested her to sing. Then, she had the idea of looking for something, anything, in the trashcans of the wealthier people in District 12.

With this new development, both gain the attention (and attraction) of sponsors, and both are unforgettable.

By the time she was allowed to return to District 12 by the end of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, Katniss was 18-years-old. Peeta is her "crush" and eventually he became her husband and had two children with him. Rue admired Katniss in training and they allied and blew up the Careers supplies. He tells her that after the Games, the Capitol sent bombers to the districts. Cinna and his partner Portia, however, decide to dress them in a plain black unitard and shiny laced up boots with a cape that burns with fake flames. Female Katniss sees this when she and Peeta are walking, and Peeta sees and tells Katniss to go home, but she ignores him and runs to stop it, but gets lashed on the cheek in the process. The Hunger Games series focused on a dystopian world known as Panem. As the series progresses, however, she becomes increasingly cold-blooded, to the point where she objectively discusses how to kill everyone (but Peeta) involved in her second Hunger Games in Catching Fire (though she ultimately has to kill only one combatant), and by the third novel is depicted killing an unarmed female civilian during a mission, with apparent remorse.

After joining the rebellion, Katniss and Gale shoot down several Capitol bombers during an air raid on District 8.

Peeta, Annie, and Beetee vote no, but Johanna, Enobaria, Haymitch, and Katniss vote yes. She is married to Peeta (but it is never stated directly), and they have two children. Though Katniss can be rather blunt and cold she has a very vulnerable side which she only shows around her family, and she has a natural maternal instinct as showed when she comforted Prim and helped Rue. She makes a book filled with people who were important to her that died. The series launched in 2012 and was based on the YA books by author Suzanne Collins. After Katniss kills President Coin, she is informed on her return to District 12 by Greasy Sae that Gale left District 12 to take up a fancy job in District 2. Gender

Katniss doubts this, but still realizes that she will never be able to look at Gale the same way, regardless of whether he was directly involved in Prim's death. She has been well educated on edible, medicinal, and poisonous plant life of District 12.

Later, Katniss goes to Haymitch to confide in her idea of Coin killing Prim, and when he teases her, causing her to flee, he tries to follow her (but trips) and get her to talk of her problems. The series has since expanded with the release of a prequel novel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Katniss comes up with a plan to destroy the food supply of the Career tributes, which ends up successful. Later that night, when Wiress restates "tick tock," Katniss begins to realize the arena is in the shape of a clock. But after her father's death, singing reminds her too much of her father so she only does it rarely. Peeta had originally joined with the Career Tributes, but this was just an act to protect Katniss and lead the Careers farther away from her. The epilogue was set 15 years later when Katniss was 33.

During the Hunger Games she wore a hooded black jacket that fall down to the thighs and reflects body heat, tawny trousers, sturdy brown belt, and a green button-up shirt (which in the film adaption will be black) she also wears her Mockingjay pin. When they finish, she and Gale go downstairs to the weapons room where Beetee is making weapons for the rebels. When he is finally rescued, Katniss visits him, only to be nearly strangled by Peeta. As soon as he leaves, everyone helps Katniss take Gale to her mother. She also lived near Peeta Mellark and Haymitch Abernathy. Hunger Games through the Ages Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. Haymitch keeps his role as a mentor despite the end of the Games. Peeta does the same when he realizes what is at stake. The hovercraft they are in is from District 13, which is where they are headed. Later on that night, Katniss says she picks Gale, but is still torn between him and Peeta. The rebellion drives Katniss's family apart. After being rescued from Capitol clutches in Mockingjay, Johanna and Katniss start to become friends. Her only victims in any of the Games were Career Tributes. When Katniss was 16 her younger sister, Prim, was reaped, Katniss volunteered in her place.