It's been exactly one year since peace was declared between the warring districts of Panem. For one year, districts have been rebuilding and the Capitol is distributing food, resources, and aid across this nation. For one year, a new kind of force has been trained, Peacekeepers, with the goal of providing justice and security to the districts. Today, Panem is marked by peace and hope, as we grow better than we were before.
On this year anniversary, Panem must pay the price for its peace and growing prosperity. The 1st Annual Hunger Games are about to begin.
President Wilhelm Ash reminds citizens that, like was decreed on the Day of Peace, one girl and one boy from every district shall be reaped to compete in The Hunger Games. One victor shall be crowned, and as a reward, the victor and their district will receive gifts from the Capitol. These Games, held yearly, are a reminder to all of the Dark Days before us, the generosity of the Capitol, and the hope of the future ahead of us.
No one wants to return to the Dark Days - a decade-long war of fighting a dictatorship, of brother against brother, of destruction and death. Everyone in the country has lost someone to the fighting, and any remaining rebels will be shown no mercy. Peace and prosperity has a price, and the citizens of Panem are willing to pay it.
Will you be a tribute in the 1st Annual Hunger Games? Or will you fight to protect Panem in this new force, the Peacekeepers? Will you rebuild your home, and help your neighbors rebuild? Or will you settle into your new life in the Capitol as a reward to your family for your great service in battle?
Who will you be in Panem Today?
Jan 17, '18
The 1st Annual Hunger Games are set to start anytime! There is still time to sign up your tributes and do Pre-Game activities.
The Capitol is west of the Rocky Mountains, in an area that is lavish and considered beautiful. It is currently being rebuilt from the Dark Days, so expect a lot of construction in the main city of Panem.
District 1 got the least amount of damage from the Dark Days, so citizens were allowed to recover more easily than the other districts. A lot of Capitolites that were kicked out ended up in District 1, where they were still allowed a nice life despite having to work hard. Diamond miners, jewelry makers, and luxurious sellers make up a lot of the district.
District 2 was the most loyal to the Capitol during the Dark Days, which allowed their citizens to apply to become Peacekeepers, the police force of Panem. There are many masons here, as their primary resource is metal and iron. Blacksmiths, Peacekeepers, and smelters make up a lot of the district.
District 3 was very divided on where they stood in the rebellion. Since they are the district with the most technology, there were a lot of citizens playing for both sides. The district is made up of many general electronics builders, computer scientists, and cybersecurity workers.
District 4 was mostly neutral during the Dark Days, with their loyalty sliding a little to the Capitol. They are the fishing district, where many fisherman, dock workers, and sailors work to keep Panem fed.
District 5 was mostly neutral during the Dark Days, with their loyalty sliding a little to the Rebels. The district provides most of the electricity Panem has, controlling the main dam in the country. Electricians, power plant workers, and illegal trade makes up a good portion of the district.
District 7 was one of the more rebellious districts during the Dark Days. They provide lumber to Panem. Because of depleted tree stock, trusted groups are allowed beyond the district's borders. Most of the citizens are lumberjacks, furniture designers, and paper makers.
District 10 was part of the rebel alliance during the Dark Days. They are known for their livestock, although many were killed or abandoned during the war. Butchers, farmers, and factory packagers make up a majority of the district.
District 11 was the second most rebellious district during the Dark Days. As the district of agriculture, they grow cotton, fruits, and vegetables. This district was most destroyed, but has also received the most Capitol aid. The Peacekeepers are more strict here than other districts.
District 12 was rebellious, but they weren't able to supply much for the rebellion. They are the poorest and smallest district in Panem, with most of the population being coal miners and surveyors being the most popular jobs in the district.