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Fantasy Starvation

By Jones18

Drama / Action

Who's in and who's out

There was only a week left until the games began and the training for everyone was only getting more intense.The games were not easy come easy go. There was only 8 days of the games since there was only 8 districts participating. Only the top 8 districts were selected in this season of the hunger games. In district 7 Rainglow was the top player out of all districts and for his gender. Rainglow was the only ambidextrous player in the competition. He was as strong as an ox. Partnered up with him from District 7 was Angelica from the land of Rugrats ranked at number 4.Angelica was a fox. District 6 had the 1st overall player in these games amongst the boys and the 1st overall ranked girl. Otto was from the area where rockets have power and was the boy selected from District 6. Merida was from the home of the brave as she was the bravest among all males and females in the competition. District 4 had the 2nd ranked girl but the 7th ranked boy in the games. The girl from District 4 was named Snowbite and the boy was named Johnny Bravo. District 2 had the 4th ranked boy and 7th ranked girl in the games. The male contestants name was Bart Simpson from Springfield, Oregon and his partner was his sister Lisa Simpson. District 1 had two good friends that quickly partnered up. What made the tributes from District 1 different is that they were married and they were the two oldest players. The man’s name was Peter Griffin and woman’s name was Lois Griffin from Quahog ranked in their gender at 6th and 5th. District 5 had the 6th ranked girl and 7th ranked boy. These two were also from the land of Rugrats (aka. the Southwest). The boy and girl were twins and the boy’s name was Phillip "Phil" Richard Bill DeVille and the girl’s name was Lillian "Lil" Marie Jill DeVille. District three was the most unique in the rankings. These two were sharing the same ranking because they were both considered boys by the rules of these games. They went by the names of Pinky and The Brain from New York. Nobody was pleased by the way District 8 had won their way into the games. District 8 was labeled as “the underdogs” because of how slight their chances were to get into the games but they still got into the games. They were both ranked 8th amongst the girls and guys of the competition and were what people call the ‘‘last minute’’ winners of the past years games. The boy from District 8 was named Snowbird and the girl’s name was Frienderalla. Frienderalla’s mom said that she changed her name to Frienderalla because of how joyous and friendly she seemed to be after a few years of living. These two partners who barely knew each other were from Phoenix, Arizona. Now there was only one day left until the games were to begin and Otto from District 6 had started feeling sick.He was a wreck. Otto sadly announced that he would still participate in the games but he would not be at the best of his ability. As soon as Merida found out the news about Otto she gave him some pain medicine that was supposed to  quickly take away the pain.Otto was starting to feel better about the competition and was feeling a rush. Later she would find out she only adulterated the situation. It was now 12 p.m. on the day of the games and Otto was the first one to arrive to the site where the games were going to take place. Otto called the man who set up the games Landon Gray. When Otto was arriving where the games were going to be held he his jaw dropped as wide as a doorway. He was a ghost

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