|District 7 Female|
|Age||16 (film and The Hunger Games: Tribute Guide)|
|Weapon||Throwing Knives (Training), Axe|
|Appearances||The Hunger Games|
|Portrayed by||Leigha Hancock|
74th Hunger GamesEdit
In the novel, it's never stated by Katniss which costumes the District 7 tributes wear during the Tribute Parade. However, in Catching Fire, Johanna Mason tells Katniss and Peeta that their stylist has been dressing the District 7 tributes as trees for the last 40 years. In the film version of The Hunger Games, the District 7 tributes were seen wearing fan-like, origami paper headdresses and paper clothes, representing lumber and paper production.
In the film, she was seen multiple times in the background during many of the training scenes. She is first seen throwing knives with the help and guidance of an instructor and is later standing in line between Katniss and Clove, while Cato got into a fight with Jason, when Cato thought that he had taken his knife.
During the second day she is seen on the ropes in the background, while Cato beheads a dummy. Later she tries to do a run on the gauntlets, but is tripped by one of the instructors. She appears once again for the final time walking the other way in the background behind Rue as she hides from Katniss and Peeta. In her private session she got a 9, higher than Peeta and also a quite high score for a tribute from an outlying district.
For her interview, she wore a puffy white and blue dress and waited in line with the other tributes.
Cornucopia bloodbathEditThe District 7 female was killed in the initial Cornucopia bloodbath. She stands on the pedestal between Jason and Peeta. When the gong rings she runs towards the Cornucopia. She grabs an axe, but the District 4 female brutally beats her and throws her to the ground. She sees the District 5 male kill the District 3 female and ducks behind a crate. The District 5 male smacks her with his backpack and attacks her, but is saved by her district partner . She watches Thresh kill him. She grabs a black backpack at the same time District 3 male does. He pushes her to the ground, but she gets the backpack and runs away. She grabs an axe and a maroon backpack and tries to flee, but Clove rams her to the ground. She is seen by Marvel, who chases and kills her with a spear. Her corpse can be seen on the ground before Cato slices the District 4 tribute boy's throat inside the Cornucopia. At night her portrait is the fourth to be seen, but in the book it is the seventh.
MuttationEditLike all of the other dead tributes, a mutt was made in her likeness. One mutt who mauled Cato had "dirty blonde hair" and "the ability to fight." This mutt wounded Cato and managed to survive the fight, this explains why she almost killed Glimmer during the bloodbath.
Film portrayalEditLeigha Hancock portrayed the District 7 female in The Hunger Games (film).
- In training, she weighs 100 pounds and is 16 years old.
- In the arena, she wore a russet brown jacket and two braids.
- She was one of the most seen unnamed tribute.
- She had two hair styles. In the Training Center, she had one ponytail. In the arena, she had two braids.
- Her odds of winning were 7-1, the same as Glimmer and Foxface.
- She is tied with the District 6 female for second smallest female tribute in the Games.
- Because the Bloodbath scenes in the movie were out of place, she is seen battling the District 3 boy after she is shown to be killed by Marvel.
- As seen in the board behind Caesar and Claudius, she died after 2 minutes and 31 seconds, so is presumed that her placing in the games were 15th out of the 24.
- In training, her score was 9, higher than Peeta's score.
- Is said in Catching Fire that Johanna was the only alive female victor from District 7 , which means that Johanna Mason was her mentor during the 74th Hunger Games.
- She was the 10th dead, but when the District 8 female was killed, on the scoreboard behind Caesar it can be seen that she was the 8th dead.