Katniss is horrified that Coin has sent Peeta to be with her, and privately wonders if Coin wants her dead. From the beginning of the story, it becomes clear that Katniss Everdeen is destined to be the Mockingjay. It's set in the future but has an antique pedigree. Another pod unleashes a wave of toxic black gel, and yet another kills Soldier Mitchell. The battle starts anew, but Katniss can't take it anymore. But no one is returning except me.
You can hiss all you like. Antagonists are the evil charachters in the book. Instead of returning to safety, as Plutarch and Haymitch have instructed her to do, Katniss bravely runs out into the open, shooting explosive arrows at the fleet of government hovercrafts now bombing the hospital. In the end, she didn't end up killing Peeta because she loved him. However, his warning helps the rebels quickly call for a lockdown, weathering the three-day attack without any casualties. It's also a powerful entity in its own right, not just a place: the Capitol tortures people, the Capitol has it in for Katniss, and the Capitol was manipulating her and Peeta.
Blood runs from the teeth marks on the hand he clamped over my nightlock. These people and things are examples of antagonists because they do and belive in unfair and ruthless things that are only benificail to the Capitol and make the other Districts miserable. Katniss is once again an unwitting hero. Jackson reluctantly agrees to go into the Capitol and find Snow. The third and final novel in the Hunger Games trilogy opens with walking through the remains of District 12, her former home. In the interview, Peeta tells Caesar that he thinks the rebellion is suicidal, and that Katniss and all other rebels should throw down their weapons. With this agreement set up, Katniss embarks on her duties as the Mockingjay.
However, Snow eithier chokes on his own bloody saliva or laughs himself to death anyway, so he's now dead too. Back in 13, Katniss and Finnick watch another interview with Peeta, but this time she can see that he has been tortured and is hurt. The only way to read these books is compulsively. Not only that, but Katniss is continuously faced with questions of whom she can trust, including at the end of the novel when President Snow reveals what he claims is the truth about President Coin. Gale, Katniss' best friend and spurned love, is beside the Mockingjay's side through it all.
In addition to that, he set up a wall of children in front of his house so Katniss would have to kill them to get inside, which she would never do. Beetee, a rebel agent who competed in the Hunger Games alongside Katniss, has designed explosive arrows for her. Plutarch and his assistant, Fulvia, prepare Katniss to film a series of propaganda videos designed to attract people to the rebel cause. Now that Katniss knows this and never really liked Coin anyway, she made the ground-breaking decision to spare Snow. In attempt to get access to Snow, Coin bombed his house so they could get in. There are two main entities in the story - the Districts and the Capitol.
Only Pollux, Gale, Cressida, Peeta, and Katniss manage to escape alive. Only a few days after the mission leaves, it returns with both Peeta and Annie Cresta. However, after careful thinking and planning, she finally decides to become the Mockingjay. Katniss, Gale, her mother, and Prim all live in District 13's vast underground community and abide by President Coin's militant systems. You'll set aside anything else you've been reading. After watching himself nearly kill Katniss on television, Peeta decides that he should die, and only Katniss can talk him into continuing.
As with the first two books in the series, Katniss Everdeen, hero of the Hunger Games trilogy, is the protagonist of the story. Then it's time for Snow's execution. She and a few others were extracted from the Quarter Quell Katniss's second Hunger Games adventure , but Peeta wasn't one of them — he's still missing, under control of the Capitol. Some examples in Mockingjay would be, President Snow, Peacekeepers, the Hunger Games themselves, and other people high up in the Capitol. Both governments rely heavily on staged media and propaganda. Suddenly, Katniss realizes that Coin wants her dead.
There's nothing left for you here! The novel opens with Katniss wandering through the ashes of her decimated district, District 12. Inciting Event: Katniss is taken to see the ruins of District 12. Katniss reluctantly agrees to be the Mockingjay, though she has a number of conditions—one of these conditions is that, after the rebels win the war, Katniss will be allowed to kill Coriolanus Snow herself. This is conflict is person vs. The hub of President Snow's world is located inside his mansion in Capitol City. The feed cuts out just as Peeta is hit to the floor, his blood splattering the tile.
Cressida leads them into a grimy store selling fur underwear run by , a former Hunger Games stylist and rebellion sympathizer. Coin adds, however, that should Katniss deviate from her Mockingjay role, immunity will be revoked and all tributes, including Katniss, will be subject to the laws of District 13. She wonders if she would do more damage than good. If the rebels win, the new government will be a republic. Katniss is still haunted by President Snow. The two locations are split between the Peacekeepers and the Rebels. Katniss creates a list of demands, all of which she requires in order to be the Mockingjay.
But then we started to feel a little weird. A committee assessing the condition of the coal mines. Despite its last line, by the time the film ends, the Hunger Games feel very far away. Everyone soon agrees that Katniss is at her best when she is natural. Just as Katniss and her team are leaving District 8, another airstrike arrives, targeting the hospital. She discusses this with Boggs, who grimly tells her that this is entirely possible—Coin wants to eliminate potential rivals as soon as possible. Citizens of District 13 retreat underground for several days.