First Bombing of District 13 Edit
During the first uprisings of the districts, District 13 trained their nuclear weapons on the Capitol and forced a stalemate. They promised to play dead if the Capitol would leave them alone. They went into hiding while the Capitol bombed the surface.
District 8 Edit
The bombing of District 8 happened after the uprising of District 8. The bombing was done to the factory where Bonnie and Twill worked. Of the workers, only they survived and their families were killed. It was mostly people who had been injured from the uprising who were killed. The reason behind the bombing could be that if the Capitol were to regain control over District 8, the injured citizens would only be a hassle to take care of.
Known deaths Edit
- Twill's husband
- Bonnie's family
- Patients in the Hospital
The Hob Edit
District 12 Edit
In the bombing of District 12, its citizens were killed because of the liberation of the 75th Hunger Games. During this, Gale Hawthorne gathered many citizens and led them away from District 12, into the woods, where they were later picked up by District 13. Only approximately 900 of out 8000 people survived the bombings, including Primrose Everdeen and Mrs. Everdeen.
- Mayor Undersee
- Madge Undersee
- Mrs. Undersee
- Mayor Undersee's two servants
- Mr. Mellark
- Mrs. Mellark
- Peeta's two older brothers
- Delly Cartwright's parents
Second Bombing of District 13 Edit
Due to Peeta's warnings, the government of District 13 safely evacuated everyone prior to the bombings, with time to spare. Katniss played a rolemodel to the citizens of District 13. They followed her and did as she did. She had to act calm and not fret. This was hard, however, when she found that Prim was not there. She realized that she and Gale had gone up to their compartment to retrieve her cat, Buttercup. During the bombings, Katniss invented a game where Buttercup chases a light from a flashlight called Crazy Cat. Katniss says the light is like Peeta, how she keeps trying to catch him, but he keeps slipping away.
Bombing of Capitol forces outside of PanemEdit
After the Second Rebellion and the capture of the Capitol by Rebel forces, the remaining Capitol forces supposedly regrouped and left Panem for bunkers in the wilderness areas outside of Panem to try to prepare to retake the Capitol along with the rest of Panem. Rebel forces didn't catch on to the plot until most of the Capitol forces were outside of the rebel army's reach. The Rebels sent in troops instead of bunker missiles to destroy the Capitol's bunkers, since these bunkers were said to be miles underground, out of reach of even District 13's bunker missiles. The operation was a success, but it is still unknown what remains of the Capitol's Forces.