Who betrayed Katniss?

Peeta Aligns With District 1 & 2 Tributes
Katniss's first real taste of betrayal comes at the hands of her fellow District 12 tribute, Peeta Mellark.

Who was the traitor in Hunger Games?

President Alma Coin was the president of District 13 and the leader of the Second Rebellion against the Capitol. While President Snow is still the antagonist of the series, she is the hidden but true main antagonist of Mockingjay. Coin was first introduced when Katniss Everdeen met her in District 13.

Did Katniss ever forgive Gale?

Even though the order to use the bombs was given by President Coin, Katniss cannot bring herself to forgive Gale for his creation and his role in Prim's death, and effectively shuts him out of her life.

Did Joanna betray Katniss?

Up until almost the end of the book, Katniss is mad that Johanna betrayed her and tried to kill her in the arena. She sees it like this: Johanna knocked her out, cut her up, and left her for dead. It's not until the very end that Katniss finds out that Johanna was working to save her life.

How did Haymitch betray Katniss?

He left her out of the whole plan to overthrow the capital and get the contestants out of the arena.

Katniss Everdeen kill President Alma Coin (The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2)

Who was Haymitch in love with?

In the movie adaptation of "Mockingjay", as Haymitch and Effie say their last goodbye, it is shown that they might have become a couple during their time spent in District 13. Haymitch kisses Effie on her cheek and tells her to "not be a stranger".

Why did Katniss drug Peeta?

While there was a chance of Katniss getting medicine to help Peeta at this feast, he didn't want her risking her life against the other tributes just to save him. By tricking Peeta into consuming the sleep syrup (which knocked him out cold), Katniss was able to retrieve the medicine and save his life.

Why is Johanna bald in Mockingjay?

She didn't pop up in Mockingjay, Part 1 until the very end, when she was rescued from the Capitol with Peeta and Annie. Like Peeta, Johanna was tortured, and returned looking gaunt with a shaved head.

What did snow do to Johanna?

It's revealed by Haymitch that President Snow had Johanna's family killed because she refused to give into his plans to make her into a prostitute (yet another reason to hate President Snow with every fiber of your being), so it's not as if Johanna has a family to return to in District 7.

How were Peeta and Johanna tortured?

The rebels aren't able to rescue her at first, and she's left behind to be tortured in the Capitol, along with Peeta: "That's how they tortured her in the Capitol. Soaked her and then used electric shocks" (18.33). Though the rebels rescue her, Johanna comes away with a fear of water.

Why is Gale responsible for Prim's death?

Before the Capitol battle, Gale had explained to Katniss his series of bombs designed to feed off human compassion: a small bomb would go off, and then when medical aid rushed in, a second bomb would go off, killing those people as well. Incidentally, it's this exact type of bomb that took Prim's life.

Is Gale in love with Katniss?

When Katniss comes home to District 12, Gale immediately confesses his love for Katniss, and she realizes she might have feelings for him, too — but she can't explore them, because she has to continue her fake relationship with Peeta or else her entire family, including “cousin Gale,” will be killed.

Why did Gale volunteer to save Peeta?

The strength of Gale's feelings toward Katniss was put to the ultimate test when he realized that she loved Peeta, but that didn't stop him from adoring her. He even volunteered to rescue Peeta because he wanted Katniss to be happy.

Was President Coin worse than Snow?

Type of Villain

President Alma Coin is the final antagonist of The Hunger Games book trilogy, serving as the main antagonist of the last book, Mockingjay. She is the president of District 13 and is very corrupt and in some ways worse than President Coriolanus Snow.

Why was Alma Coin evil?

She goes from being a visionary official to becoming a corrupt ruler with the same intentions as President Snow - genocide, power and absolute control, only far more unquestioning and a lot depraving. That said, she isn't completely evil because it's possible that she still had good intentions.

Why is President Snow evil?

President Snow uses people for his own gain and evil pleasure. He is motivated by the power he holds over his subjects in Panem, ruling with cunning, treachery, and vindictiveness.

Was Annie Cresta tortured?

Annie was arrested by the Capitol and supposedly tortured.

What secrets did Finnick know?

Finnick learned many secrets, including that Snow, in his rise to power, poisoned his adversaries but to divert suspicion often drank from the same poisoned cup followed by an antidote that only Snow used. Segments of the propo of Katniss and Finnick are aired. The rescue team returns safely to District 13.

What was the longest Hunger Games?

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How did Haymitch win?

He won his Games by using the force field against the Capitol. Though it was a Capitol creation, Haymitch was able to use it to his advantage and win the Games with it. This is similar to the way in which Katniss and Peeta won their Games with the poisonous berries.

Why does Katniss hang Seneca Crane?

Seneca Crane was executed after Katniss's and Peeta's suicide stunt at the end of the Games, and the act was intended to remind the Gamemakers of his fate and suggest that they could suffer the same. Katniss's act, in other words, was an attack on the Gamemakers and wasn't about maintaining her personal integrity.

Did the morphling sacrifice herself for Peeta?

After she bled to death, Peeta took her corpse to the water to let it drift off until a hovercraft came to take it away. He later questioned why she sacrificed herself for him.

Why did Peeta paint Rue on the floor?

Peeta used the dyes to paint a picture of Rue after Katniss covered her with flowers when she died. He says he wants to hold them accountable for killing Rue, and Effie tells him that that kind of thinking is forbidden.

What stops clove from killing Katniss?

2. What stops Clove from killing Katniss? Thresh grabs Clove just in time and kills her with a rock.

Why did Snow let them take Peeta?

Why it's important: The film goes out of its way to emphasize that Snow wanted Peeta to be rescued, and was willing to let him go. He knows that Peeta is a tool he can now use against Katniss.