A/N: Hello! This is a SYOT. Please look on my profile page to find the tribute form. I will ONLY accept tributes if you PM them. Thanks! Oh, and please, please, PLEASE make your tributes interesting. I don't care if they're crazy, if their back-story is interesting, if they're blind, if they're amazingly spoiled. JUST MAKE THEM INTERESTING.
You can also reserve districts, but you only get the reservation for 48 hours. Enjoy!
Disclaimer: I, Hungergameslover10210, do not own the Hunger Games trilogy.
As the stylists prepped her, President Alma Coin Jr looked out the window to her left. She saw bubblegum pink leaves on a soft wood trunk scientists had named Mollis. On the tree, staring right back into the window, was a Mockingjay. It seemed to mock her, as Mockingjays were the enemy of the Capitol.
Alma's mother had told her about the 'Rebellion' Against the Capitol. Alma Sr laughed as she told her daughter the clever plan she had devised to gain control over the entire country. She had never really planned to get rid of the Hunger Games. The woman had actually planned to kill all of the ones that were blindly helping her, such as Finnick Odair, Johanna Mason, Peeta Mellark, and Katniss Everdeen. Especially Everdeen. She had never liked the girl, as she was much too rebellious. The last straw was when the girl purposely nearly killed her with that arrow. Snow had died laughing, Katniss was executed with the same arrow that had almost killed Coin, and so the Hunger Games went on.
The stylists had finished dressing the president, so she thanked them in a bored tone and walked out on to the stage, quickly changing her facial expression. The Capitol crowd roared. One neon-blue woman even tried to jump onto the stage, put was restrained by peacekeepers.
The President settled them all down and cleared her throat. She then talked about the Dark Days from which the Hunger Games were formed. When the laws for the Games were laid out, it was decided that every twenty-five years there would be a Quarter Quell. It would call for a glorified version of the Games to make fresh memory the memory of those killed by the districts' rebellion.
"On the twenty-fifth anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that their children were dying because of their choice, every district was made to hold an election and vote on the tributes who would represent it."
"On the fiftieth anniversary, as a reminder that two rebels died for each Capitol citizen, every district was required to send twice as many tributes"
"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 were reaped from the remaining pool of victors."
"On the hundredth Hunger Games, as a reminder to the districts that no single district has any more power than another, tributes were reaped as infants and raised and trained with the intention of being placed in the Hunger Games, to ensure that they all start on even footing in the arena."
"Now we honor the hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary," said President Coin. A small girl, no more than five years old rushed forward and held out a beautiful carved wooden box to the president. The president opened the box and took from it a envelope marked '125'. She slit it open and skimmed the creamy paper that the envelope had contained.
"On the hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that the Capitol can even make brother turn against brother, Only children with siblings will be reaped, and, regardless of gender or age, the next-youngest sibling or the next oldest sibling will be reaped along with their sibling. Both siblings will win, if alive. There will be no volunteers. That is all." The president walked off stage.
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