23 Annual Hunger Games!!!!!! The Blood Bath
Posted December 23rd, 2012 by Yavanna
You could see everyone hold their breath as the countdown for the start of the games ticked closer. To one side was several valleys, to the other dense woods and in the middle was the grand Cornicopia. Bruce Armor and Mace Smith were actually snarling from anticipation. Gregory Bean was at the back edge of his plate, teetering away from the other tributes. Flora Wolf looked scared but was holding it together.
"5, 4, 3," the voice over the voice continued. All the tributes tensed in their running positions. "1!" a shrill, vibrating like noise filled the air. The six careers sprung, grabbing their weapons, attacking tributes at random.
Hope Strong was seen taking two bags then sprinting away towards the bit where the valleys and woods met. She got away easily without a single battle, not counting a knife that flew over her head.
Jessica was in a fight with Lenny Wales. Lenny Wales had a knife pressed against Jessica Bark's throat when Jessica Bark kneed him in the groin. Lenny Wales went sprawling. Before he recovered Jessica Bark took off with a small backpack and a belt with knives.
Romilda Clearwater was sprinting toward a long black bag in the middle of the cornucopia. On the outside of it a graceful bow and quiver of arrows. Mace Smith intercepted her. He took a swing at her with his mace. It would've been a fatal hit to the head if she hadn't ducked it. The mace got stuck in the cornucopia's hard, metal surface. This gave Romida time to get away from the cornucopia and run to the valley.
Gregory Bean was hiding behind his plate, too afraid to move. He was ignored until Glitter Gold tripped over him. Glitter Gold was out with her sword immediately. That was the last death as the other battles passed so quickly. The cannons started to blow.
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