12th Hunger Games
In the Games, since he was very strong and was very skilled with axes, the careers wanted him as an ally. However, Jago betrayed them and killed them in their sleep, thus, crowning him the Victor. Also, his odds of wining were 4-1. This year, he was mentored by Fir Yule.
At this time, he is the only mentor from his district in the Games, "From 7, theres a man named Jago Potshore, another strong looking guy. He looks mean, according to his appearance, but he's actually a nice guy. Appearances can be deceiving."
In one of the film places they used to shoot the first film, there were many pillars showing the names of each victor that won a Hunger Games. As expected, his name showed up on one of the pillars there, along with the other victors from his district.
- The name Jago derived from the Cornish for "James," like James Logan. Jago is a Cornish name most commonly found as a surname, though also used as a forename. It is derived from the Cornish for the name Jacob or James. The surname dates back to the early 13th century.