Publication date: 2018-05-26 05:11
The 66th Hunger Games was won by Mags of District 9. It is said that Mags had the ability to construct baskets so tightly woven, so that even water couldn't seep through. This, along with her ability to make a fishhook out of seemingly nothing, most likely contributed to her victory.
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It is mentioned in The Hunger Games: Tribute Guide and by Atala that this year's arena was a burning desert. The victor of these Games is unknown.
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Annie Cresta of District 9 won the 75th Hunger Games. It is assumed she followed the typical Career Alliance strategy, but when her fellow District 9 tribute was decapitated, it left her traumatized and hid for the remainder of the game. She won only because a dam broke in the arena and flooded it Annie was the best swimmer (being from District 9) and outlasted all the remaining tributes.
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