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by Deleted
Jan 8, 2013 17:51:56 GMT -5
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Far to the north, the massive mountain that dominated the 54th Arena rises over the forests and wastelands that became so familiar to all of Panem that year. It's obviously unnatural, standing alone on the tundra as it does, but that doesn't stop people from visiting it any more than the temperature does. Almost all Capitolites have trouble with the cold, and the hardier types can find almost as much fun in giggling at their layers as they will in traipsing the paths of the tributes.

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No New Posts 55th Arena

To get to the archipelago that housed the 55th Arena, Capitolites must be flown in hovercraft, traveling further from home than many of them have ever gone: into the ocean once known as the Pacific. All the islands were restored after the fight that declared the victor, allowing visitors to travel between them and wander over each island. Every night at sunset one of the islands sinks to provide tourists with the full effect, but each is brought back to the surface before dawn the next day.

1 1 Tattoos and Psychopaths {AutumnHowl}
by JaneD
Dec 19, 2015 13:53:28 GMT -5
No New Posts 56th Arena

Few Capitolites find any eeriness in walking on the same ground as dead children, but most find themselves affected by the atmosphere of the 56th Arena. There is a morbid fascination in everything, from the dead trees to the scarecrows that could move at any moment- and sometimes do, to simulate the events of the Games- to the ethereal mist that never quite leaves the lake. Once they get over the initial shivers, though, everyone has great fun smashing pumpkins and flinging shoes at each other.

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The first thing Capitolites can see from a distance when being carried to visit the 57th arena is the massive volcano, towering over the ashen arena. This monstrosity isn't the only unwelcoming thing in this place; to the right, an acid lake bubbles ominously and beneath the lies a mysterious labyrinth, one that was conveniently undiscovered by any tribute. These factors only make this place more inviting to Capitolites looking to spend a few fun-filled days reliving the gruesome battles and visiting the sites of tribute death. And then, of course, there are the mushrooms; Capitolites aren't officially permitted to consume them, but some of the more rebellious ones pluck a few from the ground anyway. Because who can resist?

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Not a single location in Panem resembles the sprawling plains, jungles, and deserts of Africa, so many visitors find themselves mesmerized by the wonders the 58th arena has to offer. People trek through the deserts to see the oasis and the ruins (with plenty of water, of course; can't have a parched Capitolite!) or hike through the jungle to see if they can spot familiar landmarks, but the favorite place is by far the elephant graveyard, where the infamous battle between Lethe and Razor is often reenacted. A rabbit trapping attraction has even been opened, much to the delight of fans who remember a certain tribute's infamous difficulty while trying to do so.

5 9 a taste of the past // [Eric.Winnifer]
by ∂αмєη
Jan 20, 2013 12:29:37 GMT -5
No New Posts 59th Arena

The fact that an arctic jungle is a total natural anomaly has yet to stop masses of Capitolites from visiting the 59th arena; it is of little interest to them whether or not it's possible, as long as they can traverse the icy paths of their favorite tributes. A ferry tour of the famous iceberg on which the final battle was fought runs every few hours, and visitors can even venture into the black and crystal caves. Snowball fights often take place at the locations of famous battles, but everyone's favorite is the storm of falling penguins that occurs nightly; almost like the firework display of the 59th Hunger Games.

1 6 Tonight I'm Gonna Bury // [Mace/Opal]
by cass
Dec 20, 2015 4:27:15 GMT -5
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Since the close of the 60th Games, so many Capitolites have ventured to visit the giant hourglass that served as the arena that Capitol officials had to set a quota for the number of daily visitors. Nobody can resist the chance to trek through the red sand in their complimentary red tube socks and baseball cleats, visiting all the towers on one level before they are corralled out a few hours later so the sand can rise and take them up to different ones. Favorite areas are the prehistoric jungle, the beehive, and the spooky graveyard of dead tributes; many find the gravestones of their former favorites and take pictures beside them. To top it all off, many visitors give the fake weapons for purchase in the gift shop names, just like the tributes.

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Past Arenas
No one in Panem is more attached to the Games than the Capitolites who put them on. So absorbed do they become, in fact, that most of Panem's richest tier refuse to let their favorite moments go. Many reruns of Games past can be found in between regular shows- but for some, watching them on television isn't enough. These are the people who can be found at the sites of past Arenas, reenacting the most dramatic deaths and having picnics in the prettier regions. Zoos with examples of the muttations are quite popular, as are demonstrations of Gamemaker traps, and many people even enjoy dressing up as their favorite tributes.
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