I have recently been reading The Hunger Games series, and have fallen in love with it, much as I did when I was reading Harry Potter for the first time. That being said, I would like to find others who are just as enthusiastic about the books, and are really into the actual Games part of the books. I have this crazy idea where myself and others pretend to be characters from the twelve distrcits, and spend a few months trying to kill one another. Also, we would need someone willing to play as the Gamemakers, giving us incentives to kill one another just that much faster. Perhaps the setting will be well before the second Quarter Quell. It would stink to have to kill Haymitch because someone else wanted to win that particular year, yes? So, for this to work, we need a Master Gamemaker, and people willing to play the Tribues, and players who are willing to let their characters be killed, because the Games do not end (in the series) until the 75th year, and I would like to keep this as true to the story as possible in the respect. You may choose characters that are mentioned in the stories as having been killed in the Games, or you may create your own character for our Games; the choice is yours, obviously. This year's Hunger Games will be held in an arena filled with trees. There is one giant lake in the center, filled with fish and other animal life, surrounded by... you guessed it. More trees, as well as various bushes with both edible and inedible berries and such. There are wolves and a bear living in this arena, though they are far and few between, and the arena is HUGE; easily thirty square miles. In the east, there are high hills, sparsely covered with large evergreens, and a tiny stream that inevitably leads back to the lake about ten miles away. There are rock outcroppings spread out throughout the arena. The animal-life in the area consists of rabbits, squirrels that fly and eat human flesh, small, blessedly normal birds, and wild cats, which are roughly the size of small wolves. Oh yeah, and one more thing. May the odds be ever in your favor.