rest in peace, thresh and rue, the especially brave tributes from district 11 that participated in the 74th hunger games. death to president snow. word.
i personally hate the capitol. they are a disgrace and i love what Katniss did with the berries. it was amazing. Rue was the tribute i loved, she was my favorite to begin with, the only thing i would of done to the boy who killed her would be to make him suffer and i would probably have torcherd him too. (just saying)
Hi! I have a question. This page says that in this District they cultivate also grain and cotton. Well, I was just wondering if this wouldn't be the work of District 9 since grain is their industry...? And I was also wondering which of both Districts is cultivating vegetables. We all know that District 11 has appletrees but there is never mentioned which District has vegetables.
Jannen 11:27, May 20, 2012 (UTC)
It's possible that District 9's "grain export" really is an umbrella for food processing. The District is noted to have many factories so it's probable that the produce from 10 and 11 (vegetables, actual grain, fruits, livestock) is then delivered to District 9 where it is processed, canned etc. The term "grain" could simply refer to bread, which symbolises food in Panem. Capitolism (talk) 16:28, September 3, 2012 (UTC)
Hi, my question is similar to Jannens. This page says District 11 cultivates wheat but isn't wheat a grain and so cultivated by 9 instead? and also Katniss mentions seeing fields of wheat on her victory tour after leaving District 11 (pg 88 of my book) 'sometimes a brief tour: a glimpse of the sea in one district...fields of wheat' which backs up the idea wheat is produced by 9 not 11.
184.108.40.206 11:57, June 25, 2014 (UTC)
can any one cite a source for this? Wingman1 14:10, January 29, 2013 (UTC)
Did Seeder win the 33rd Hunger Games?
I have not seen anything in the books, films or any affiliated websites that said Seeder won the 33rd Hunger Games. Unless someone can provide evidence, I think this should be edited out.