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Cashmere and Gloss pulled themselves out of the water, dripping with water and faces drawn in murderous glares. Katniss wasted no time in firing an arrow at Gloss and he dove into the water. Finnick spun around, slashing his trident in the air, looking like a God. Cashmere ran towards you but you shot at her with an arrow of her own. She dodged it, just like her brother. Speaking of which, he had just climbed onto the rocks when Katniss aimed for him again. This time, her skillfully shot arrow landed in his temple. He fell back and his sister sprung towards her.
Johanna's reflexes stopped Cashmere before she could reach her. Cashmere fell to the ground with Johanna's axe impaled into her. You took a step forward...only to be fling off your feet as the Cornucopia began to spin....
You, Finnick, Katniss, Peeta, Johanna and Beetee were flung of your feet. You fell to the ground and dug your hands into the soft sand, trying to find a grip as the world span. The water around the circle rose
Finnick x ReaderWiress was lying under the cover of the trees, her hands over her eyes. She moaned something incoherently and rolled over onto her stomach.More Like This
Johanna sat in the sand, staring out at the Cornucopia. Finnick crouched behind her, talking quietly. She shook her head angrily.
"No. All four of us should watch, or better, the two of us. I don't trust her," she motioned towards you. "She'll just desert us like Katniss and Peeta. We need to find them; we promised Haymitch we'd get them out of here," she said in a low whisper.
"Why don't we take the watches in three shifts? Wiress is obviously not feeling well. She ought to get some extra sleep," you put in, coming up behind the two of them. You were annoyed that Johanna was constantly talking about you behind your back, but you were unsure of what to say to stop her.
"You're just a stupid girl," Johanna said. "What would you know?"
Johanna pushed you angrily aside. You fell on your backside in the sand, reeling from the impact. Pulling Wiress to
EPIC: in which Robin makes new friendsWith growing horror, Robin realized that the approaching din was the sound of cracked branches and broken shrubs—in other words, the sound of a massive thing crashing through the brush. Swiftly, she considered her options, all of which were very limited and invariably resulted in her messy, unpleasant death.More Like This
Before she'd come to a conclusion, the thing hurtled into the clearing behind her and she spun, stumbling back a step in sheer horror. Then she blinked. The thing was an apparently normal young man, covered in leaves and dirt and not quite as large or carnivorous as the crashing had suggested.
Robin's vital functions stopped panicking and, with some difficulty, went about resuming their normal patterns. She exhaled a rattling breath and had only just opened her mouth to ask where she was when he looked up at her and said, suddenly, "Run. If I were you, I'd start running as fast as possible." Then, without even as much as another glance, he proceeded to follow his own