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The following is a list of characters in The Hunger Games trilogy, a series of young adult . Towards the end of the book, his relationship with Katniss deteriorates It is left to Katniss and Peeta to coax him back to health and get him more liquor. As the tour begins, Haymitch Abernathy warns Katniss and Peeta that the "show" of their relationship must continue for the rest of their lives. Katniss suggests. Everlark is the het ship between Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games fandom. Peeta had had a Status of Relationship. Together.
He escapes The Bombing of District 12and manages to save approximately as stated in Mockingjay Part 1 others. In District 13he becomes a soldier for the rebellion and fights on Katniss' side for the remainder of the war.
Contents Biography Early life "We could do it, you know. Live in the woods. You and I, we could make it. After his father's death, Gale struggles to provide for his family with help from his mother, Hazelle. To help feed his family, he hunted illegally in the forest adjacent to District 12, and he applied for tesserae many times.
He is 19 in Catching Fire and Mockingjay. At 14 years old, he meets Katniss, who also lost her father in the same mine explosion. They cross each other's paths while hunting in the woods outside of District Despite their initial misgivings about one another, the two slowly warm up to each other and become close friends. They attended the same school but really met at the mine site when it blew. At the beginning of The Hunger GamesKatniss notes that the only time she really smiles is when she is in the woods with Gale.
Katniss recalls that at 14, "Gale already looked like a man. Similar to many people from the Seam, he has olive skin, straight black hair, and grey eyes. Gale admits to have fallen in love with Katniss in Catching Fire, and their relationship grows deeper in each book. He holds a hatred for the Capitol and has scars on his back from when he was whipped over 40 times in Catching Fire after being caught by the new Head PeacekeeperRomulus Threadillegally hunting turkey. He went to the house designated for the Head Peacekeeper expecting to find old Craywho was the Head Peacekeeper until Thread came to District The Hunger Games Gale at the reaping.
Gale was first introduced in The Hunger Games when he comes to the woodsand shows Katniss a loaf of bread that he got by trading a squirrel with Peeta's father. The two of them talk about the Hunger Games and the reaping while they eat the loaf of bread and goat cheese in the woods.
Gale later tells Katniss that they can run away and avoid the reaping, but they both agree that they can't leave their families alone. Gale has been single-handedly supporting his mother and three younger siblings ever since his father was killed; with him gone, they would starve.
Katniss explains that Gale has always been angry with the Capitol and the state of the Seam, and that he often lets out his anger on her in the privacy of the woods. Gale also mentions that he might like to have kids one day, if not for the fact that they would likely lead very difficult lives in the Seam. Gale gives Katniss advice before he is taken away. At the reaping, Gale gives Katniss a ghost of a smile, since the odds aren't exactly in his favor: He had 42 slips in the reaping ball. When Katniss volunteers to take Prim's place in the Hunger Games, he holds Prim back from Katniss as she makes her way to the platform.
In the Justice Building, Gale enters the room and tells Katniss that she is stronger than the Capitol and can win the Games. Gale advises her to make a bow if there is not one in the Cornucopia. He also promises to protect and provide for her family in her absence.
As Peacekeepers drag him out the room, Gale shouts, "Katniss, remember" Katniss never finds out what he wanted her to remember. Gale sits in the forest instead of watching the beginning of the Games. With Katniss gone, Gale takes over all of the duties that she normally fulfills to support her family.
He hunts for the majority of Prim and her mother 's meals and gathers the supplies for her mother's apothecary. Although he asks for nothing in return, Prim and her mother repay him with what little milk and medicine they can spare. Gale watches the Games on television, both at home and in school, as is required, and suffers greatly to see her in danger.
He later mentions watching a lot of the Games with Prim and Katniss' mother, mostly likely to lend moral support. In the arenaKatniss realizes that it would be to her advantage to feign love for Peeta, but she feels guilty because she is confused about her feelings for Gale.
Later it is made clear that Gale found it very painful to watch Katniss play out her romance with Peeta, although he guessed that it was at least partially a sham on Katniss' part.
Through Katniss' thoughts, we found out about several events in Gale's life. We find out that he and Katniss once saw a rogue boy and girl running from a Capitol hovercraft in the woods, and failed to help them as the boy was killed and the girl kidnapped. We find out that once he and Katniss shot a deer together in the woods and sold its meat for enough money to buy a nanny goat for Prim. Gale carried the goat to Katniss' house because he was so excited to see Prim's reaction.
Gale is hurt when he sees Katniss kiss Peeta. Once Katniss became one of the final eight tributes alive, the Capitol sent camera crews to District 12 to interview her family and friends. When asked about her friends, everyone directed the camera crews to Gale. Peeta finds Katniss at the scene of the attack as she is removing the bow and arrows from Glimmer's body, and he urges her to run due to Cato 's impending attempt to kill her.
Cato witnesses this exchange and cuts Peeta in his upper thigh for his actions, severely wounding him, then relegating him from the Career pack.
Peeta camouflaged as a rock. If the last two tributes standing are from the same district, they both can win. She nurses him back to health as best she can, but ultimately he suffers from blood poisoning, which she cannot cure without the right medicine.
During this time, Peeta plays up the star-crossed lovers angle and Katniss responds as best as she can, which results in sponsor gifts of food. Peeta at camouflage station. Claudius Templesmith makes another announcement that they have a feast planned, where a bag containing something that each remaining tribute desperately needs will be placed at the Cornucopia in the form of district packs. Katniss knows she has to go, but Peeta won't let her, saying he doesn't want her to die for him.
Haymitch then sends Katniss sleep syrup, which she slyly gives to Peeta in some berries she found; Peeta is hurt by her trickery before he falls into a deep sleep, giving her time to go to the feast. She manages to return with the medicine, after nearly dying at the hands of Clove. Katniss just manages to inject the medicine into Peeta before fainting from her own blood loss. Peeta wakes up, recovered from the infected wound, and finds Katniss bleeding next to him.
He treats her wound, and she wakes up later. They stay in their cave during a thunderstorm, during which Thresh dies, presumably at the hands of Cato. Peeta uses the time to further promote their star-crossed lovers act, and the two share a passionate kiss.
After the storm ends, the pair head out to hunt for food, but Katniss is frustrated by the noise that Peeta, who is not used to hunting, makes. They decide to split up, with Katniss teaching Peeta a two-note whistle to signify to each other that they are safe.
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When Katniss does not hear Peeta whistle after an extended period of time, she becomes frightened and, upon finding him, chastises him for worrying her. She notices that their collection of food, which contains deadly nightlock berries that Peeta mistakenly picked out, is missing a portion, and is irritated with him for having eaten without her, but he denies doing so.
A cannon sounds, and they see Foxface 's emaciated body being picked up by a hovercraft ; she stole and ate the deadly berries, which instantly killed her. Katniss and Peeta preparing to commit suicide. With only three of them left in the Arena, the Gamemakers drain all sources of water except for the lake, forcing Katniss and Peeta to confront Cato and end the Games one way or another. They notice at the Cornucopia that Cato is covered in full-body armor, which he received from his district pack, that protects him from Katniss' arrows.
They climb onto the roof of the Cornucopia for safety, with Cato holding Peeta in a headlock to cut off his air. Winners Katniss and Peeta watch as a hovercraft descends to pick them up.
Knowing that to shoot him in the head would mean both his and Peeta's deaths, Katniss does not know what to do until Peeta shakily draws an "X" in blood on Cato's hands, signaling for Katniss to shoot him there, which she does.
Cato falls to the mutts and later returns bloody and mangled, begging for Katniss to perform a mercy kill. Pitying him, despite his ruthless nature, she shoots him in the head. When Cato's body is removed and the muttations retreat, Katniss and Peeta believe that they have won the Games, but Claudius Templesmith then announces that the rule has been revoked and only one tribute can win.
Peeta tells Katniss to kill him, but not wanting to go home without him, Katniss refuses and pushes the bow and arrows into his hands. Realizing that the Capitol would rather have two victors than none, Peeta and Katniss' final interview. Katniss and Peeta decide to commit suicide with the remaining nightlock.
Right before they consume the berries, Claudius Templesmith begs them to stop and announces that they both have won the Games. At their final interview with Caesar Flickerman, the pair once again project their mad love for each-other, with Katniss only doing so because she knows that President Snow is livid at the unusual events that turned the Capitol into a laughingstock and, more importantly, sparked something dangerous in the districts. Peeta, however, is genuinely in love with her, as is revealed on their train ride home, when Katniss admits that she has been partially faking her feelings for him, leaving him heartbroken.
Catching Fire "Performing" for the camera. In Catching Fireafter the camera crews finally left District 12, Katniss and Peeta had a falling out due to the ambiguity of her feelings for him. Johanna Mason killed her by throwing an axe into her chest. Cashmere finished 10th overall. In Mockingjay, Finnick implies that she was prostituted by the Capitol, just as he had been. Brutus is the District 2 male tribute in the 75th Hunger Games. He was a career tribute and the victor of the 46th Hunger Games.
In the film, he is shown to be bald, extremely muscular, bare-chested, and very skilled with spears. He was the last tribute to die in the Third Quarter Quell as well as the entire history of the Hunger Games; Peeta killed him after Brutus killed Chaff. Brutus finished 7th overall. The fates of Brutus and his fellow tribute, Enobaria, are left open in the second and third films since they go unmentioned, but in the final film Enobaria shows up as the only career victor left during the final Hunger Games voting, confirming Brutus's demise.
Enobaria is the District 2 female tribute in the 75th Hunger Games. She was a career tribute specializing in the use of swords and the victor of the 62nd Hunger Games. During her games, she bit another tribute's throat to secure her victory. To remind people of her savage victory, she had her teeth filed into fangs and inlaid with gold, which made her extremely popular with the people of the Capitol.
Enobaria was the only non-alliance tribute who survived the Third Quarter Quell; she was taken hostage by the Capitol alongside Peeta and Johanna. She was not among the victors rescued by District 13, though Boggs, who led the mission speculated that being from District 2, she may not have been being held anyway, and Katniss thought Enobaria was probably not tortured.
Although the book states that Victors were targeted by both sides during the war due to distrust about their loyalties, Enobaria was the only non-rebel victor to have escaped death all the way to the end. In the voting to decide the final Hunger Games with the Capitol children, Enobaria voted yes, stating: Nevertheless, her inclusion among them seemed out of place to Johanna Mason who threatened to kill her anyway.
In the final two film adaptations, Enobaria is neither mentioned as having been captured by the Capitol nor shown rescued alongside the other tributes, but later turns up anyway, in the voting to decide the final Hunger Games as well as during the execution of President Snow. Beetee Latier is the District 3 male in the 75th Hunger Games.
He was skilled in electronics and won his game by electrocuting groups of tributes at once. Beetee also contributed substantially to the technology of the Capitol. He joined the alliance to protect Katniss, and devised a plan to electrocute the careers.
Although injured, he survived the game and was brought by the rebels to District Beetee joined the district's technology division, working on the military equipment and designing a bomb that President Coin later used to bomb the Capitol children and medics, killing Prim. Wiress is the District 3 female in the 75th Hunger Games. She had a habit of not finishing her sentences, forcing Beetee to finish them on her behalf.
She was tech-savvy and communicated to Katniss that the arena of the Third Quarter Quell was designed and functioned like a clock. After Blight's death, Wiress became mentally unstable. When the careers caught up with the alliance, Gloss slit Wiress's throat.
Wiress finished 12th overall. Mags is the District 4 female in the 75th Hunger Games. She was the oldest tribute, about 80 years old, and had won the 11th Hunger Games. Mags was frail and spoke fragmented words that Katniss did not understand, though Katniss did understand her body language in the movie, this is all changed to her being a mute. Mags knew she could not survive the game due to her age and frailty, but volunteered as tribute to spare Annie Cresta, Finnick Odair's girlfriend.
Mags was skilled at weaving and could make a fishing hook "out of anything". During the game, Mags sacrificed herself to a poisonous fog so she would not slow down Katniss, Peeta, and Finnick. She finished 15th overall. An unidentified female Morphling is the District 6 female in the 75th Hunger Games. She sacrificed herself by jumping in front of a monkey mutt before it could kill Peeta, who afterward comforted her in the book, by telling her stories about colors and letting her paint a flower on his face with her blood, and in the film by having her admire the sky.
She finished 14th overall. Blight is the District 7 male in the 75th Hunger Games. He protested his inclusion by not joining the Training Period. He formed an alliance with his fellow tribute, Johanna, and with Beetee and Wiress, but ran into a force field during a blood rain, which stopped his heart. Johanna Mason is the female tribute from District 7. She won the 71st Hunger Games by pretending she was a weakling and a coward, so no one regarded her as a threat, but when only a few tributes remained, she revealed herself to be a vicious killer.
Haymitch implies that she may have been prostituted by President Snow, as Finnick was, but it is also implied that she refused to be prostituted, causing the Capitol to kill her family and friends. She later states "What? He [Snow] can't hurt me. There is no one left I love.
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She openly defies and defames the Capitol at every opportunity, but the Capitol usually ignores her, since they had already eliminated those she loved. Johanna takes part in the committee to keep Katniss and Peeta alive and helps by protecting Katniss throughout the Games. Near the end of Catching Fire she removes the tracker in Katniss's arm by cutting it out with a knife.
Johanna is captured by the Capitol at the end of Catching Fire. In the third book, she is rescued, along with Peeta and Annie, and brought to District 13 where she fights with rebel forces and improves her friendship with Katniss. She is to fight in the Capitol with Katniss although not as a sharpshooter—being from an area where lumber is the main export, her main weapon is the axe but during training in District 13 she panics when the training arena is deliberately flooded, as she has developed a fear of water as a result of her Capitol torture being soaked in water and given electric shocks.
Because she and Katniss refuse to be held in the District 13 hospital to treat their supposed mental illnesses, they convince the officials of District 13 to let them room together. Johanna is part of the committee that votes whether to hold one last Hunger Games using the Capitol's children: He is 25 years old and described as being very handsome, muscular, athletic and tall with tan skin, bronze hair, and stunning sea-green eyes.
He is very popular among the people of the Capitol, both because he is a victorious Career tribute and a sex symbol, known for having many lovers in the Capitol, none of whom he stays with for long. At age 14, he won the 65th Hunger Games by using a trident and a net against other tributes a skill unique to District 4's trade of fishing. Katniss remarks that the trident given to him by a sponsor may have been the most expensive gift ever seen in the Games.
During the Quarter Quell, Katniss is hesitant to make Finnick her ally, because she does not trust him—to her, he appears to be shallow, arrogant, and superficial. However, Finnick soon proves to be trustworthy by saving Peeta by using CPR to resuscitate him which Katniss notes as, "one of the things I will never stop owing him for"and using his skills to provide shelter. When jabberjays that make sounds of the screams of loved ones being tortured appear in the Quell, the one made to target Finnick uses the voice of Annie Cresta, his "poor, mad" lover in District 4, who was also a victor of the Games.
In Mockingjay, Finnick enters a deep depression, a result of Annie's being held prisoner by the Capitol, and forms a close bond with Katniss over their mutual pain and experiences. He assists with the rebellion by appearing in rebel propaganda. He later reveals that victors of the Games are often prostituted to wealthy citizens of the Capitol by President Snow, which resulted in Finnick's reputation for having many lovers.
He also reveals all of the political secrets he learned from clients, including the fact that President Snow only became the leader of Panem by poisoning his opponents. Finnick is reunited with Annie when District 13 retrieves her, Johanna, and Peeta from the Capitoland they marry. Finnick is a member of the "Star Squad" that goes to fight in the Capitol during the final stages of the rebellion. He and Katniss fight off lizard muttations or "mutts" during the attempt to infiltrate the Capitol, with Finnick holding them off for Katniss to escape but being dragged back by them before he can escape himself.
Katniss says "Nightlock" three times into the Holo, causing it to explode, allowing Finnick to die quickly and painlessly. In the novel, however, Finnick is decapitated by the mutts. Katniss sees moments from Finnick's life pass before her eyes as he dies.
Some months after his death, Annie has their son. Finnick and Katniss grow very close in Catching Fire, and he is Katniss's best friend throughout the last novel, being one of the only people who understand what she is going through. Woof is the District 8 male in the 75th Hunger Games. He is the second oldest living tribute, about 70 years old. He is forgetful, and eats insects even after being told they are poisonous.
He is killed in the bloodbath. Cecelia is the District 8 female in the 75th Hunger Games.Katniss and Peeta (Their Love Story)
She had three children who begged her not to enter the Hunger Games, as seen in the footage of the Reaping. Katniss chose her as one of her allies in the arena, but Cecelia was killed in the bloodbath. Chaff is the District 11 male in the 75th Hunger Games.
He was the victor of the 45th Hunger Games and refused a prosthetic arm after losing it. Chaff was best friends with Haymitch, and they frequently drank together. He kisses Katniss during their first meeting, without warning, to tease her. He is killed by Brutus in the final day of the game, finishing 8th overall. Seeder is the District 11 female in the 75th Hunger Games. She had dark hair and olive skin, which made her look like a person from The Seam if not for her golden eyes.
She embraced Katniss after the chariot rides, assuring Katniss that Rue and Thresh's families were safe after the commotion in District Katniss chose her as one of her allies in the arena, but she was killed in the bloodbath. Supporting characters[ edit ] Effie Trinket is a Capitol-born chaperone who was assigned to oversee District 12's tributes in the Hunger Games, specifically Katniss and Peeta in the 74th and 75th Games.
She must carry out such tasks as drawing the tributes' names at the reaping and escorting them to the Capitol. At first, she detests her association with District 12 and hopes to be promoted to a better, richer district after she pays her dues for a few years. Later, Effie becomes attached to her District 12 charges. She has no moral qualms about the Hunger Games or the Capitol, and appears totally oblivious to the misfortunes of District She does not appear to be very intelligent and gets basic facts wrong, such as confusing how diamonds and pearls are made.
Effie wears wigs of different colors for various special occasions, is very strict about manners, and is always punctual. Katniss notes in the first book that "although she can be tiresome, Effie has a very keen instinct about certain things" and "a certain determination I admire".
Effie's catchphrase in the first book is "Happy Hunger Games, and may the odds be ever in your favor! She meets up again with Katniss before Snow's execution, and Katniss notes that she now has a "vacant look" in her eyes.
The book states that Haymitch and Plutarch had some difficulty in keeping her from being executed at the end of the war, but her imprisonment had actually helped in that regard. In the films, Effie's role in the third film, Mockingjay Part 1, is expanded as, rather than getting captured by the Capitol, she is instead evacuated against her will by the Rebels and taken to District Though initially hesitant, she eventually consents to help Katniss and effectively replaces the role of Katniss's prep team, who do not appear beyond the second film.
After designing the spectacular outfits for the opening ceremony, which include costumes ignitable with synthetic fire, he nicknames Katniss "the Girl On Fire". Cinna is in his first year as a stylist for the Games and specifically requested to be assigned to District His amazing designs immediately win over the audience in favor of the District 12 tributes. Cinna is better than most at seeing through the superficial spectacle of the Games to their barbaric core.
In Catching Fire, Cinna dresses Katniss for her television interview in her wedding dress, as insisted by President Snow, but alters it so that when Katniss raises her arms and twirls, the white dress burns away to be replaced with a black dress of feathers that resembles a mockingjay, which has become the symbol of the resistance in Panem.
Because of this, Cinna is savagely beaten in front of Katniss, right before she enters the arena for the Quarter Quell, which unnerves her greatly. It is suggested that he might have been tortured to death after the arena explodes.
Effie Trinket states in Mockingjay, Part 1 before showing Katniss sketches of her Mockingjay costume made by Cinna that he is dead. Cinna is very different from the other inhabitants of the Capitol; he does not use surgery to alter his features, wears simple black clothes, and leaves his hair its natural dark brown color, close cropped.
His only concession to the Capitol's fashion style is a small amount of gold eyeliner that brings out the gold flecks in his eyes. In Mockingjay he is confirmed as one of the rebels.
Everdeen is Katniss's mother. She has fair skin, blonde hair, and blue eyes, all characteristics of the town residents of District She was raised in town as the daughter of an apothecary and consequently had a fairly comfortable life. Everdeen's friend, who was reaped and killed at the time. She gave it all up to marry Katniss's father and move to the Seam, where she lived in poverty. After her husband died in a mining accident, she fell into a deep depression and did not speak for a long time, causing Katniss to step up and be Prim's caretaker.
Everdeen eventually recovered enough to set up an apothecary in District 12, but it was not until after Katniss's first Hunger Games that she finally forgave her mother for not offering any support to her and Prim during her depression. Everdeen is seen working in the hospital in District 13, and following Prim's death at the end of the book, she does not return to District 12 with Katniss. Instead, she stays in District 4, working in a hospital and coping with her grief.
She and Katniss maintain contact through telephone calls. He is actually the judge who falls into the punch bowl when Katniss shoots an apple during her scoring in the first book, but Katniss does not formally meet him until the Victory Tour celebration in the second book. He is later shown to be the leader of the rebellion movement in the Districts and is the mastermind behind the plan to break the tributes out of the arena in Catching Fire. He tries to give Katniss hints about the nature of the arena for the Quarter Quell, but Katniss does not pick up on it until much later.
In Mockingjay he has become a "rebel filmmaker",  and helps create propaganda featuring Katniss as the Mockingjay for District 13's war against the Capitol. He is elected Secretary of Communications after the war ends. Near the beginning of the Catching Fire book, Snow tells Katniss that he had him executed for letting both her and Peeta live. At the end of the first Hunger Games movie, Crane is shown being escorted by Capitol guards and locked in a room containing poisonous nightlock berries to consume.
In both the Catching Fire book and movie, Katniss hangs a dummy of Seneca Crane before the judges when her skills test is performed, shocking the judges greatly. Madge Undersee is the mayor's daughter and Katniss's friend. She is not included in the film adaptations. In the books, she and Katniss were always thrown together at school, as both were solitary in nature.
Madge gives Katniss her mockingjay pin which becomes a symbol of rebellion. Katniss later learns the pin had belonged to Madge's aunt, Maysilee Donner, a tribute in the 50th Hunger Games and Madge's mother's twin sister, who became Haymitch's ally in the film, Katniss obtained the pin at the market, from a woman who lets her take it free of charge.
Katniss and Madge spend more time together during the months after the Games. Katniss is at Madge's house when she first hears of the uprisings in District 8 on the mayor's television in his room. Madge and her family perish in the District 12 bombings. Everdeen was Katniss's father. He and Gale's father died in the District 12 mines, when Katniss was 11 and Prim was 7. Memories of him run through Katniss' mind throughout the series, with Katniss mentioning his singing voice, his handsomeness, and the things he taught her.
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Peeta's father says that although he was in love with Katniss's mother, she chose to marry Katniss's father because of his lovely singing voice. Katniss recalls that when her father sang, "all the birds stopped to listen" this is one of the memories that Peeta responds successfully to. Katniss misses her father terribly, and the pain of losing him almost destroyed Mrs. He is depicted through flashbacks in the films.
Delly Cartwright is a girl from District 12 whom Katniss describes as being "the friendliest person on the planet". Delly is Peeta's friend and became one of the refugees in District 13after escaping the District 12 fire bombing with her younger brother. Her parents, who hid in the shoe shop during the bombing, were not so lucky, as Katniss describes.
Delly is first mentioned in The Hunger Games, when Peeta, trying to explain Katniss's reaction upon recognizing an Avox as someone she met on a hunting trip, fibs that the Avox is a "dead ringer for Delly".
In Mockingjay, after Peeta is rescued from the Capitol, Delly is used as a psychological "balm" to stir his childhood memories and help begin his recovery from the mind-control tortures the Capitol inflicted upon him.
In the same book, it was revealed that Delly and Peeta used to create chalk drawings on paving stones, and Peeta's father used to let them make dough people. Delly does not appear in the film series, her role instead being taken by Prim. Greasy Sae is an old woman who sells bowls of soup from a large kettle at The Hob in District Katniss Everdeen and Gale Hawthorne trade with her often, and make a conscious effort to remain on good terms with her, as she could be counted on to buy wild dogs, which most of their other customers decline.
Greasy Sae started a collection to sponsor Peeta and Katniss during the 74th Hunger Games, and some people chipped in. She has a granddaughter described as "not quite right", who is generally treated as sort of a pet by people in The Hob, who give her scraps of food from their stands.
At the end of the book, Greasy Sae is one of the few hundred people to return to District 12 following the war. When Katniss returns to District 12 after the war, Greasy Sae comes over in the morning and evening to cook and do light housekeeping. It is unclear whether she is doing this out of friendship or if she has been paid. Greasy Sae is not directly mentioned in the Hunger Games movies, but a character who is presumably her is seen dealing with Katniss; she gives the mockingjay pin to Katniss in the movie, although in the book, Madge gave Katniss the pin.
Hazelle Hawthorne is Gale's mother. A very self-reliant woman, after her husband is killed in the same mining accident that killed Katniss's father, she takes up work doing people's laundry. In the book, after Gale is caught poaching and is publicly whipped, people stop using Hazelle's services for fear of being punished for associating with her.
She gets a new job cleaning Haymitch's house sometime after that. Rory, Vick, and Posy Hawthorne are Gale's younger siblings. The book states that Rory is 12, Vick is 10, and Posy is 5. Posy was born just after the mining accident that killed Gale and Katniss's fathers. After Thread's lockdown, Posy got sick, and Rory received tesserae in exchange for his name to be entered more times in the reaping.
Mellark is Peeta's father. He owns a bakery. Kind and soft-spoken, he resembles Peeta. He does not appear except when he trades with Katniss and Gale, and when he visits Katniss before the 74th Hunger Games to give her cookies.
It is later revealed that he grew up with Katniss's mother, Mrs. Everdeen, and even loved her. In Mockingjay, it is revealed that he used to let Peeta and Delly Cartwright make dough girls and boys. Mellark and his wife die in the District 12 bombings. Mellark is Peeta's mother. Very stern and strict, she only appears in the series once, when she beats Peeta.