Who are the main characters in The Hunger Games Book 1?

Who are the main characters in The Hunger Games Book 1?

  • 1.1 Katniss Everdeen.
  • 1.2 Peeta Mellark.
  • 1.3 Gale Hawthorne.
  • 1.4 Haymitch Abernathy.
  • 1.5 Primrose Everdeen.
  • 1.6 Coriolanus Snow.

Who is the most important character in The Hunger Games?

Our Definitive Ranking of Hunger Games’ Most Important Characters

  • No. 1: Old Man. Actor: Leon Lamar.
  • No. 2: Mags. Actress: Lynn Cohen.
  • No. 3: Katniss Everdeen. Actress: Jennifer Lawrence.
  • No. 4: President Snow. Actor: Donald Sutherland.
  • No. 5: Rue. Actress: Amandla Stenberg.
  • No. 6: Johanna Mason. Actress: Jena Malone.
  • No. 7: Haymitch Abernathy. Actor: Woody Harrelson.
  • No. 8: Caesar Flickerman.

Is Peeta a main character?

Peeta Mellark the boy tribute of District 12 and the son of a baker. He is kind and loyal, and he becomes Katniss’s love interest and main ally during the Hunger Games.

Who almost killed Katniss in The Hunger Games?

Bloodbath Clove

Who was Katniss first kill?


How does Gale betray Katniss?

Gale betrayed Katniss in the same way as she betrayed him. They had made a pact saying that if one of them got captured the other one would shoot them and kill them.

What disease did President Snow have?

Yes, it is blood. I don’t think the book specifies what disease he has, but throughout the story there’s references of Katniss and the smell of blood coming from President Snow. He’s also constantly dabbing his mouth to wipe it off. That’s the reason why he has the white rose, to cover the stench.

Why did they kill Finnick?

Finnick’s because he seemingly had the most to lose: he had a wife and an unborn child (most characters didn’t have anything to return to). Prim’s because it’s the death that would hurt Katniss the most (with bonus tragedy points because she’s a child and a healer).

Why can’t mags talk in Catching Fire?

In the Catching Fire novel, Katniss mentioned communicating with Mags, noting the elder woman’s garbled speech or possible accent. It was also insinuated that the lead heroine believed that Mags previously suffered from a stroke, which would have cleared up her limited communication.