HE OUTSMARTED THE OTHERS /intense sobbing/
Haymitch won a quarter quell edition, the second one, where instead of having 24 tributes, there was 48. He made an alliance with Maysilee Donner
but they broke it when they finally reached the end of the arena, the edge of a cliff, where they thought they could find something useful. Maysilee left Haymitch since she didn’t want to kill him, and Haymitch finally found out that there is a forcefield down there in the cliff: he throws a rock off and the forcefield throws it back at him.
Later, after Maysilee’s death and all, he is the last one along with a career from D1, a girl with an axe. They fought but Haymitch was really really hurt and ran near the cliff, where he finally collapsed on his knees. The girl threw her axe to his head but Haymitch avoided it, leaving the axe falling into the cliff. But since there was a forcefield, the axe came back and killed the girl.
Also, if you would like to watch the 50th hunger games, Mainstay Pro did a fantastic fanmade movie of 12minutes long. You can watch it here!!!
Some of the first pictures from the Catching Fire premiere, Leicester Square, London. Thanks to @Guilia_93 for allowing us to post her pictures!
oh, you mean steroids! → pop art
I made a choice… and I chose wrong. And now I’ve burned everything down.
“On the seventy-fifth anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the Capitol, the male and female tributes will be reaped from their existing pool of victors.”
Of course we will go into this as one.
But now the rains weep o’er his hall,
With no one there to hear.
Yes now the rains weep o’er his hall,
And not a soul to hear…
A fan narration of Augustus Waters’s letter to Peter Van Houten.
I INSTANTLY GASPED BECAUSE IT’S AUGUSTUS. IT’S REALLY HIM
I tried hard not to reblog this, when it first started I was not at all taken with it. But the longer you listen, the more softened his voice becomes, the more real it feels. By the time he is talking about holding her hand I was in tears. It was Gus, it was him speaking and it just hurt so bad that now I am sitting here in tears wondering what notes he had written for Hazel’s eulogy.
This is why I love fanart so much, in all its varying forms. Seeing people understand and portray the characters so brilliantly takes my breath away. This is wonderful- guaranteed to make you cry if you loved Augustus like I did. A lovely performance.