Today’s winner is…Cyle of District 6!
Congrats Cyle, your training score is now 4!
The following tributes lose a training point due to poison:
Training score drops to 1.
I’ve been in here for over half a month. It’s insane to think about; with the lights never going out, time sort of blended together save for when the Capitol played the anthem at the end of each day. Some days felt like a few hours, others like they would never end. But now there’s four of us left.
I can take them. I have no idea how the girl from 6 made it this far. Her training score was mediocre at best, so unless she was hiding some talent, she’s only here because of luck.
The girl from 2, the last Career, hasn’t made an appearance in days. Which means that she’s probably wounded or poisoned.
Regardless, she shouldn’t be a problem any more.
Then there’s the boy from 11. The tribute I’ve had the most encounters with. He scored a 10, two points below me. And he’s the only tribute who’s managed to wound me. I respect him for that. But I’ll take him down, just the same as the others.
I want to go home I want to go home I want to go home I want to go HOME I WANT TO GO HOME I WANT TO GO HOME—
I step into the Cornucopia and feel a sudden sharp pain in my ankle. Jumping back with a yelp, I see the girl from 2 curled up behind a stack of crates, covered in blood and vomit. A bloodstained knife is in her hands, drawing back for another strike at my ankle (Training Point Lost). I simply kick the knife out of her hand and send it clattering to the back of the golden horn. The girl lets out anguished sobs as I find a clean bandage in one of the crates and patch up my bleeding ankle.
Then I look down at her.
The girl from 2 is a barely-living example of what the poison would have done to me if I weren’t healed. Every single vein on her body is purple, and her skin is as gray as the stone floor. A mixture of vomit and blood spills out of her mouth, pooling around her head. It’s awful. She turns her head with much effort and moans a single word.
I lift my sword and end it quickly with a stab to the heart. Not even a Career deserves to die alone and afraid. The cannon fires and I step out of the Cornucopia, shaken. That wasn’t the Kelly I watched during training. Kelly, strong-willed and powerful Kelly, died days ago, it seems.
I won’t go out like that.
Current Training Scores
9: Victoria (D10)
5: Ben (D11)
4: Cyle (D6)
Highest Training Score: 9
Lowest Training Score: 4
Average Training Score: 6
Strongest Teams: District 10
Weakest Team: District 6
Steven Dodson, District 2 Male: Two kills (Joey McKenna: District 5 Male, Jonah White: District 8 Male)
Kelly Farley, District 2 Female: One kill (Steven Dodson: District 2 Male)
Justin Massey, District 4 Male: One kill (Alexandra Browne: District 3 Female)
Marie Morton, District 4 Female: One kill (Sara Kohler: District 8 Female)
Joey McKenna, District 5 Male: One kill (Mariel Beausejour: District 11 Female)
Chelsea Sanderson, District 5 Female: One kill (Irving Ruiz: District 9 Male)
Matt LeGrande, District 6 Male: One kill (Himself)
Cyle Cucinotta, District 6 Female: One kill (Justin Massey: District 4 Male)
Jeremiah Brown, District 7 Male: Two kills (Marie Morton: District 4 Female, Garrett Gaunch: District 10 Male)
Allison Woodfin, District 9 Female: Two kills (Drew Chambers: District 3 Male, Michael Evans: District 1 Female)
Victoria Paul, District 10 Female: Two kills (Andrew Sedlacek: District 1 Male, Jeremiah Brown: District 7 Male)
Ben Capobianco, District 11 Male: Two kills (Kelly Farley: District 2 Female, Allison Woodfin: District 9 Female)
Ian Smith, District 12 Male: One kill (Morgan Kinsinger: District 12 Female)