The 1st Hunger Games
This is the story of a girl from district 1 and 7.
Weakness:Dosnt know when to stop
Strength:thin, can climb
Weakness:thin, not strong
How it Came to Be
But out of the ashes and the wreckage rose Panem, a nation made up of a great Capitol ringed by 13 districts, which brought peace and prosperity to its citizens for many generations.
Then came the Dark Days, the uprising of the districts against the Capitol. The shining light of our nation was clouded by war-terrible war. The 13 districts rebelled against the country that fed them, loved them, and protected them. Their revolt left the country in tatters. Motherless children filled the streets. The land was torn asunder. After along struggle, in which many died, there came a hard-won peace.
12 districts were defeated, the 13th obliterated. When the traitors were at last suppressed, we swore as a nation we would never allow such treason again. Thus was the Treaty of Treason written and signed, providing us with new laws to live by- laws that would guarantee peace.
As a yearly reminder that the Dark Days must never come again, it was decreed on the same day each year, the various districts would offer up one brave young man and young woman in tribute to fight in a pageant of honor , courage, and sacrifice- the Hunger Games.
The 24 tributes are sent to an out door arena, where they to overcome both man and nature, and triumph over odds. Each year, the lone victor serves as a reminder of the nation's generosity and forgiveness. This season is both a time for repentance and a time for thanks. This is how we remember our past. This is how we safeguard our future.
Now the great nation of Panem, ruled by the shining Capitol, consists of 12 districts, each essential in its own way, Each district concentrates on producing one resource, so that only together do the districts form a cohesive, powerful whole. The Capitol collects and redistributes the food and the fuel so that every district, and every family, has what it needs to prosper.
1- Luxury Goods
2- Masonry, Weapons, and Peacekeepers
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