District 13 played a valuable role in securing freedom for the entire nation throughout the Second Rebellion, through its roles as a weapons supplier and communications center. The district also provided air support to the rebels, most notably in the Bombing of the Nut (District 2) and the Bombing of the Capitol.
Each district was responsible for a different segment of Panem's economy and, together, they kept the post-apocalyptic world habitable. There were 12 distinct districts within Panem. The entire nation was run by an authoritarian-totalitarian dictatorship led by President Snow from the Capital.
District 12's main industry is coal mining, but after the Second Rebellion, their main industry was converted to medicine. District 12 is the home of victors Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mallark, Haymitch Abernathy, and Lucy Gray Baird.
Setting. The Hunger Games trilogy takes place in an unspecified future time, in the dystopian, post-apocalyptic nation of Panem, located in North America. The country consists of a wealthy Capitol city, located in the Rocky Mountains, surrounded by twelve (originally thirteen) poorer districts ruled by the Capitol.
Publicly, District 2 is presented solely as the home of the nation's stone quarries and masonry workers, but it is also where many Peacekeepers are recruited, trained, and where weapons are manufactured for their usage.
District 11 is one of the thirteen districts of Panem. Its main industry is agriculture, and the land is covered with orchards, fields, and herds of dairy cattle.
District 5 is one of the thirteen districts of Panem. Its main industry is power and electricity, and the district is responsible for generating the power of the entire nation.
Panem consists of a wealthy Capitol and twelve surrounding, poorer districts. District 12, where the book begins, is located in the coal-rich region that was formerly Appalachia. See other movies that have been filmed in the Asheville area.
District 8 is one of the thirteen districts of Panem. Its main industry is textile production, and they have at least one factory that is used for making Peacekeeper uniforms.
District 10 is one of the thirteen districts of Panem. Its main industry is livestock, and it provides meat to the Capitol.
According to the Capitol.PN, District 7 claims 63,125 in tesserae, making it the sixth richest district. If the population is 26,354 and they claim 63,125 tesserae, it would equal to 2.395 tesserae per person, making it the 8th richest District.
District 14 is one of the 16 Districts of Panem ruled over by the Capitol. Its location is set in Hawaii. This District provides Panem with muttation development. This District provides the Capitol with their muttations.
District 6 is responsible for the creation of the hovercraft, trains, and other transportation vehicles used throughout the Panem.
the third Quarter Quell
The 75th Hunger Games, also known as the third Quarter Quell, was the final Hunger Games ever held in Panem.
Beetee and Wiress were two victors from District 3. Whereas Beetee won by building an electronic trap in the arena, Wiress' method of winning was unknown. Both former victors were chosen for the 75th Hunger Games where they aligned with Katniss.
Clove is the secondary antagonist of The Hunger Games. She was the female tribute from District 2 in the 74th Hunger Games. A ruthless, sadistic, and highly-skilled Career tribute, Clove became one of Katniss Everdeen's main adversaries in the arena.
Early on in Catching Fire, it was made clear that Mags didn't talk, and instead, she used hand gestures to communicate. Interestingly enough, her inability to speak was never directly explained in the movies. The book, on the other hand, insinuated that it was due to a medical condition.
Mags was the first victor to embark on a victory tour, for the 11th Hunger Games. The single known victor who won at the youngest age is Finnick Odair, becoming a victor at 14 years old.
Seneca Crane was executed after Katniss's and Peeta's suicide stunt at the end of the Games, and the act was intended to remind the Gamemakers of his fate and suggest that they could suffer the same. Katniss's act, in other words, was an attack on the Gamemakers and wasn't about maintaining her personal integrity.