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      <h1>A Tribute to Tributes</h1> 
    <p>May the odds ever be in your favor!</p> 

  <h2>About Tributes</h2>
  <p> Tributes are residents of the 12 districts of Panem who are forced/volunteered to participate in an annual Hunger Games. Except in special cases, such as for Quarter Quells. Twenty-four children between the ages of 12 and 18 are chosen at random. Every
    district must give two tributes, a girl and a boy. The circumstances may be different if it is a Quarter Quell, like the 50th Hunger Games. That year, each district had to send two boys and two girls to compete, thus providing a total of 48 tributes.
    A twist was also applied to the 25th Hunger Games, in which the districts, instead of choosing their tributes at random, had to pick their own tributes. In the 75th and final Hunger Games, the tributes were chosen, or "reaped," from the existing pool
    of victors. The chosen tributes will fight to the death in an arena, until only one remains, there are only two known exceptions to this: the 74th and 75th where they had two victors in the 74th, and no victor in the 75th as the games never finished,
    with 6 tributes surviving. </p>
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  <h2>Victors; The best kind of tributes</h2>
    Victors are tributes who have won previous Hunger Games. Because of this, they receive income from the Capitol for life, are given a special status in their districts, and are allowed to live in the part of their district called the Victors' Village with
    their families. In return, victors must act as mentors to subsequent tributes from their district in future Hunger Games. They line up sponsors, control the flow of gifts, and have a say in the tactics that the tribute uses. They must not mistreat
    their tributes. Highly attractive and desirable victors are almost always prostituted by President Snow to citizens of the Capitol, as was the case with Finnick Odair and Cashmere. Victors are also usually forced to take on special personalities;
    such as Finnick's flirtatiousness, or Katniss and Peeta's inseparable love.</p>

    Many victors turn to alcohol or drugs after they have won their Games. Some examples can be seen with Haymitch Abernathy and his heavy drinking, and the pair from District 6 with their addiction to morphling. They do this because of the traumatic experiences
    and memories of the Games, the demands that the Capitol continues to impose on them on penalty of death, and, for those who become mentors, having to train new tributes which more likely will end up dead. After their victories, victors must find a
    talent or a hobby to take up, for example, Katniss Everdeen's talent was fashion designing, although her stylist, Cinna, secretly made things himself and passed them off as her work.
    In the 75th Hunger Games, past victors were forced to compete in the Games as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the Capitol.
  <p> Read more about tributes on the <a href="http://thehungergames.wikia.com/" target="_blank">hunger games wikia</a></p>

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