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Yohan is one of the victors from District 3, and won The 47th Hunger Games at the age of 16.



47th Hunger Games

During her training, she got a score of 6, which was average. Her odds of winning were 16-1.

During the Games she participated in, she ran and took a backpack and axe and dug up a mine. She quickly re-wired it, activating it, and threw it at the cornucopia, killing seven people, including three Careers. She quickly dug up a third mine and ran into the forest. Since the trees in the forest had thorns on them, it made it easier to climb them. On the 3rd day of roaming the forest, she ran into the boy from District 9, and killed him with her axe. After that, she hid for a long time. She received many sponsors since she had killed so many people in the bloodbath in such a short period of time.

When the feast was announced, Yohan was planning to bomb the other three Careers but her second mine overheated, so she had to dig one up herself. Luckily, she got the cornucopia first and dug up a mine. When the Careers arrived, she threw her mine at them, killing two of the three Careers, and another person that was hiding in the cornucopia. The last Career chased her in the forest, and Yohan ran up a tree. The Career tried climbing up, but messed up his her footing, which made her slip and fall to the ground, snapping her neck which eventually killed her. This crowned Yohan the victor that year. 

This year she was mentored by Beetee Latier.

74th Games

This year, she would mentor both tributes. However, both would not make it home alive.


When District 13 broke in the Capitol to save the remaining victors held hostage, her name was seen on a black pillar, along with her other victors from 3.


Yohan was killed during the Second Rebellion. How is unknown.


Yohan is a male given name of Syriac Aramaic origin, which means "God is merciful". It is shortened version of the Hebrew word "Yohanan" meaning "Yahweh is gracious". This is weird since the character was a female with a male name.