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Terra Kinnimonth is a victor from District 1. She won The 22nd Hunger Games at the age of 17.

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22nd Games

The arena that year was reminding everyone of who caused the Earth to decline into this state. The arena would have an insane number of resources everywhere. It was an elliptical shape mostly covered in ocean. It appeared to be a miniature version of the Earth.

As time progressed, the water levels would slowly rise and the air would become smoggier and smoggier. UV rays would also be projected into the arena, starting at Antarctica.The remainder of the candidates would have to endure earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes and highly acidic rain. When there are only four left, the earth will draw them together and force them to fight to the death. Out of this fight, Terra won by using a spear and a sword she got earlier during the Games. Her Games were described by Magnus Sterlingshre 4 years later. Also, its known that her odds of winning were 5-1.

26th Games

During this time, she is the mentor for both tributes from her district, "Firstly, theres Terra Kinnimonth,the mentor from 1. She won her Games when I was 14. I loved her Games since the arena was such an amazing idea."

66th Games

This year, she mentors the female tribute from her district. She is seen in the tribute parade but Jackson didn't really know her. She mentored along with Grey Fretta.

Mockingjay

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, her name showed up on one of the pillars there, along with the other victors from her district.

Death

Terra died a year before the 3rd Quarter Quell due to a heart attack.

Trivia

  • The name Terra is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Terra is: The planet earth. A famous bearer of the name is mythological Terra, the Roman earth goddess equivalent to the Greek Gaia.
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