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The rebellion of the first Hunger Games that resulted in the escape of Canterbury tribute Rose Becket and was masterminded by members of the Hunger Games’ inner circle had been diffused quickly after the Games—the High King and his council moving swiftly and mercilessly to remove any hints of dissent.
Things were calm for most of the next year—a calm enforced by upgraded security and significantly increased military presence in all of the minor kingdoms. However, when brochures and television advertisements for the second annual Hunger Games began appearing once again in the cities and towns of Lower Britain, the delicate balance was thrown and rebellion began anew.
Stubbornly, the High King continued with his plans for the Games, sending mentors and escorts with armed guard into the kingdoms to retrieve selected tributes by force. Not all of these expeditions were successful—tributes, guards, and Hunger Games staff alike were caught in the crossfire of the escalating conflict.
When the surviving tributes and their mentors and escorts finally gather in an impregnably reinforced Bath, it will be a diminished company that hears the High King’s speech in the Royal Crescent.
It is the first week of the second annual Hunger Games of the United Kingdoms of Scotland, and Norwich and Swansea are completely overrun. Even the Highlands are in disarray, with families fleeing to the north to avoid the wars. Surrounded by bloody conflict, the city of Bath remains untouched. Walls of cement, firepower, and volatile mines protect its residents, and as tributes arrive they find it remarkably unaffected by the warfare infecting the rest of the country.
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This is a submission-based RP with a focus on quality storytelling set in the United Kingdoms of Scotland, a brand new setting inspired by Suzanne Collins’ Panem.
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Poetry and music inspired by the Hunger Games novels by Suzanne Collins.