Author has written 20 stories for Hunger Games.
“No matter who you are or where you are, instinct tells you to go home”
Olly - Ollie - Olive
Struggling Student. Wannabe Writer. Failed Escapist.
The Princess of SYOTs as dictated by the King himself (a joke in case no one got it).
SYOT- The Zero Verse:
After a civil war that brought the nation of Panem to its knees came the Treaty of Exemption.
The treaty abolished the Hunger Games as they were presently known. It allowed the districts to self-manage their own resources while still remaining under the protection of the Capitol. Finally it called for the establishment of a new district from the ruins of districts Ten, Eleven, and Twelve.
District Zero, as it was to be named, was created as a prison camp for criminals considered too dangerous to remain in society. They were deported from the rest of Panem, along with any young children, to remain for the rest of their lives. Any children born into this district would be kept there indefinitely unless they were able to maintain a perfect record for the first twenty years of their life. Not many were able to do this and populations skyrocketed.
The Hunger Games were reinstated after a majority voting. Tributes from District Zero would be randomly selected to fight to the death against three of the Capitol's finest fighters. To kill one of the mighty Gladiators meant immediate freedom, both from the arena and from District Zero. Failure, well, that is not a possibility that many wish to consider.
In the years following the 220th Hunger Games, the Victors began to assemble from all corners of Panem. They began to share each others’ stories throughout Panem and people began to listen. What began as urban legend about Zero’s true nature soon became well known fact in most districts. Panem was changing, but slowly. The hatred for the criminals they thought they knew developed into apprehensive compassion for the dying children.
In the year of the 225th Hunger Games, District Zero was filled past bursting. Three new sectors were founded along the outer ring of the district. New sanctions allowing citizens of age with less than three law infractions to be released from District Zero at the Head Warden’s discretion. The number of citizens released nearly doubled, but regardless populations continued to climb. Small scale rebellions ran rampant through District Zero, but were unable to reach the other districts.
In the year before the 235th Hunger Games, drastic measures were put into place to control the population of District Zero. The punishments for disorderly conduct were changed, allowing those with three or more infractions to be executed. Everyone that could not obey the rules was put on short trial in the newly built Justice Building. The punishment of choice was death for all who proved unable to conform. In the first month of the new sanctions, the population was nearly cut in half in most sectors as known subordinates were executed. In the first three months only a third of the initial population remained.
The Hunger Games adapted. The Game Master ruled that only one tribute from each sector would be chosen as of the 235th Hunger Games due to a steep population decline. Panem rejoiced, believing that low crime rates in their nation were going to put an end to District Zero and the suffering it contained. Many lost interest in the talk of revolution, even as their loved ones were taken to the criminal district. They believed that District Zero would soon disappear without bloodshed.
All Eyes- The 220th Hunger Games in an arena of observation.
Status: In Progress.
Skipping Stones- The 235th Hunger Games in an arena of _.
Status: In Progress.
SYOT- Canon Verse:
Children of Blood- Mentor blog for Devils and Dust.
To New Heights- The 38th Hunger Games in an arena of ropes and platforms.
Painted Crimson- The 44th Hunger Games in an arena of art.
Devils and Dust- The 1st Hunger Games in an arena of ruins.
SYOT- The Renewed Verse:
Living Bloody Yesterday- A collection of Victors from my universe.
In a world I have created in which President Paylor was assassinated by the new President Cyrus thirty years after what became known as the Mockingjay Rebellion.
His first order of business was to restore the Hunger Games in every district, just as it had been before.
The districts fought back, as did the Capitol, all of them used to their new ways of life and terrified to lose their own children to the object of their young nightmares. Both District Twelve and District Thirteen were destroyed definitely and the rest of the districts surrendered the small Rebellion.
For the Capitol's role in the small stage Rebellion, they too were forced to send two tributes into the first Hunger Games in thirty years. This tradition would continue by declaration of the new President.
The Hunger Games were here to stay, of that President Cyrus would make certain. He would only leave a few to remain, his Victors that wait in silence.
Written In Ice- The 76th Hunger Games in an arena of ice.
Streets I Know- The 90th Hunger Games in an arena of familiar neighborhoods.
Cradle to the Grave- The 100th Hunger Games in an arena of nature.
Pretending: One shot. For October 2012 Starvation Challenge- Prompt: Fallen and Forgotten. A tribute must get through the first few minutes of the Hunger Games. Will she fall under the pressure or live to pretend?
Only the Wind: One shot. Featuring a tribute that is also in the 10th Hunger Games collaboration under 24 for 24. When the wind blows Scout must decide what's more important to her, keeping herself alive or keeping up the façade that she hasn't changed?
Our Salvation, Our Curse: One shot. For All Hallow's Eve Contest by Starvation- Twill. A short fic that outlines Twill's perspective of the District Eight uprising. Thank you so much to the Starvation judges for placing Our Salvation, Our Curse as third overall!
The Last Thank You: One shot. For the November 2012 Caesar's Palace Monthly Competition- "When one gives thanks in the most unusual matter." A scene that must have played out a hundred times at the Reapings in Panem, a young girl must give thanks to the one person that saved her life.
Burned to the Ground: One shot. For the November 2012 Starvation Monthly Competition- Dust. Set after the District Twelve bombing, a young teenager reflects on the events that brought devastation to her home.
Forever Young: One shot. Inspired by the song "Forever Young" by various artists. "My fingertips caress hair as soft as angel wings, a smile as small as a pearl looking up at me. I can't help the grin that in turn makes its way to my own face. I feel lost in this moment, just myself and this beautiful child that I have been given."
Never Whole, Forever Broken: One shot. Inspired by the song "Fix You" by Coldplay. "This feels ridiculous. I'm talking to a book as if it can answer these questions. Books can't do that. Books aren't able to help me remember the holes that I keep falling into."
Ash Garden: One shot. For the December 2013 Starvation Monthly Challenge- Plague. Esme, President Snow's young granddaughter is introduced to the family heirloom that is her grandfather's special garden. Thank you very much to the Starvation judges for placing Ash Garden as first overall!
Series' and Other Stories:
Diamonds to Dust, Dust to Ashes- Following the story of the last Hunger Games, the answer to the everlasting question; how can the Capitolites deal with the pressure of the Hunger Games. Told from the perspective of Elsa, a Capitol girl.
73 Victors- A drabble series including a small piece from the life of all 73 Victors that came before Katniss and Peeta.
Iridescence: The 100th Hunger Games; a Quarter Quell unlike any other. A collaboration with Call Me Fin and Acereader55.
Blog can be found here.
Status: In progress. Maybe. Probably not.
The War Game: A unique Hunger Games verse set far into Panem's future. A collaboration with JabberJayHeart.
Victor blog can be found here.
Blog can be found here.
The tributes of Iridescence by kopycat101!
Some of the tributes from All Eyes by Jalen Kun! Quentin!
Camari Ficco, 16, District 7. Hunting Season. Placed 1st
Eli Fenlon, 18, North Dakota. Blood Money.
That is all. For now.