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The Gamemakers try to entice the tributes by putting what they really need in the arena. That makes it a free for all and a bloody battle, which will make the Games more interesting. Katniss knows that what she needs desperately is medicine for Peeta, so that's why she leaves him.

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Q: How do the Gamemakers try to entice the tributes and what does Katniss think they have for her?
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