Past Hunger Games - 56th Hunger Games, Plains
The arena of the 56th Annual Hunger Games was seemingly endless plains, with small groves of trees and ponds spread throughout the mostly flat arena. The arena was ringed with mountains that were always far off, and never seemed to get any closer, not matter how hard a tribute would run. The Cornucopia was situated in a copse of trees in the dead center of the arena. The victor, Riley Cane of District 9, entered the bloodbath very briefly, managing to grab a sickle, the only weapon she had any chance of being able to use, and some flint, before fleeing the arena with only minor injuries, and no kills. Riley spent most of her time laying low in the tall grass, well aware that wandering would get her killed quickly. Riley was skilled at tracking, and was able to find her opponents with ease. Using bird calls she had learned while working in the wheat fields of District 9, Riley distracted her prey before surprising them with a vicious attack, using her sickle to cause as many wounds as possible. Riley killed three other tributes before making her way back to the Cornucopia near the end of the games. The two remaining Careers were still hiding out near the Cornucopia in the copse of trees, and Riley used her flint to set fire to the trees, killing both of the Careers. When the other final tribute came to see what was happening, Riley circled around his back and took him by surprise, killing him as well. Riley came out of the games with a few minor burns, and various scars on her hands and arms, which she refused to get cosmetically erased, insisting that they were a part of her now. 19 years later, at the age of 36, Riley was reaped into the 3rd Quarter Quell. Riley was killed during the Bloodbath, and never lived to see her son fight in the Rebellion.