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First of all, the capitol is in charge of all the districts, and nobody in the capitol competes in The Hunger Games. Second of all, they have better technology then everyone else (except maybe district 13), and a higher standard of living. Lastly, while everything is strict and it is very hard to even get food in the districts, people in the capitol are free and take almost everything for granted.

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Well, to start the attitudes of the people there. In twelve, people are generally hardworking and gloomy but in the Capitol, people usually just want to have fun and are very self-centered. Also, the people in District 12 do not waste anything but in the Capitol, it is customary to make yourself throw up so you can eat more. The technology in the Capitol is more advanced and usually works unlike 12, where the fence is rarely electrified. The style of dressing and food are different, too.

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Everyone in The Capitol always has enough to eat on their plates, while District 12 nearly starves to death. Everybody in The Capitol always wears the most outrageous things and die their skin, where as in District 12, nobody cares as long as you have something on.

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the capitol runs all the districts and they are the big bosses and why dont u no that answer im 10 and i no that

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poor

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Katniss noticed how people talked in such a weird accent, always could count on a meal, how high-tech everything was, and how weird the fashions were.

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districts are the slaves, or "workmen" of the capitol, to make shure that the capitols siticens never go without

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No, the Capital is its own "district". Kids from the Capital do not have to participate in the games. District one and two are close to the capital so they get trained to kill.

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like unlike the twelve districts of pane,the capital does not have to offer children for the Hunger Games.

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district 12 is a poor place and the capitol is a rich place with lots of weird people

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How long would it take to get to the capitol from district 12 in the hunger games?

The official map of Panem, as shown in The Hunger Games Adventures shows that District Four is on the western coast of Panem (North America). Between D4 and the Capitol is District 1. It takes less than a day to get from the east coast (district 12) to the Capitol, so I would estimate it would take only a couple of hours, if not less, as the trains travel at highs of 250mph.


What happens to the boy from district 13 in the Hunger Games?

District 13 is no longer involved in the hunger games. Or anything at all for that matter. When the districts rebelled against the Capitol, district 13 was totally obliterated *SPOILER ALERT* in the third book, you find out that district 13 has been living safely underground plotting against the Capitol.


What happened to district 13 in the hunger games?

During the Dark Days, District 13 rebelled. The Capitol would not let it rebel and get away with it, so they destroyed it. However, at the end of the series, it rises again and finally beats the Capitol.


What is Panem in The Hunger Games?

Panem is the future ruins of North America. Panem is divided up into 12 districts, and the Capitol, which is where the wealthy live. It is stated in the book that there used to be a 13th district, but President Snow said they blew it up because the district attempted to rebel against the Capitol. Panem is the setting for The Hunger Games.


What is the setting of The Hunger Games?

The setting of the book 'The Hunger Games' is in a post-apocalyptic North America by the name of Panem. At the beginning, Katniss, which is the main female protagonist, lives in District 12 until later she travels to the Capitol to compete in the annual Hunger Games. The Capitol is estimated to be in the Rockies, while District 12 is in Appalachia. After several days in the Capitol, they travel to the Arena where the actual Games take place. Collins never tells us where exactly the arenas are built, but some have guessed maybe Canada. The Hunger games is set in a country called Panem which was formerly the United States. This is set 100's to 1000's of years in the future. The smaller-scale setings are district 12, the Capitol, and the Arena.

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What is the difference between the capitol and district one in th hunger game?

The diffrence is that the capitol is home to presidant snow, peacekeepers, and the game makers. District 1 is another regular district that normal rebelling people live in.


What district does the Hunger Games happen in?

None of them really. It happened in the capitol.


Where is the main scenes of The Hunger Games located?

the main scenes of the hunger games are located in the arena in the Capitol. but also in district 12, and the hotel and training centre in the Capitol


What does district one make in the hunger games page number?

district one makes luxury goods for the Capitol


Does the 75th Hunger Games take place in district 13?

No -- After the Dark Days, District 13 was moved underground after an agreement between them and the Capitol. As a result, since the world thought that District 13 had been completely destroyed, District 13 didn't take part in any of the Hunger Games.


What is the setting in the book Hunger Games?

In Panem. In District 12. In all 12 districts and in the Capitol. In the Hunger Games Arena.


what is the setting in the hunger games book?

In Panem. In District 12. In all 12 districts and in the Capitol. In The Hunger Games Arena.


Is there no more district 12 in the Hunger Games?

Yes, in the end of the second Hunger Games "Catching Fire", readers learn that the capitol has bombed district 12, and it was destroyed.


Why did the Capitol start th games On the Hunger Games?

Because several districts, including District 13, tried to rebel against the Capitol. But the Capitol bombing District 13 was, to them, not enough, so in order to let the 12 districts know they are in charge, the created The Hunger Games, in which you have no say in.


What do the winners of the hunger games inhabit?

Victors of The Hunger Games live in the Victor's Village of their district. They are twelve luxurious houses built by the Capitol for the Victors to live in.


How long would it take to get to the capitol from district 12 in the hunger games?

The official map of Panem, as shown in The Hunger Games Adventures shows that District Four is on the western coast of Panem (North America). Between D4 and the Capitol is District 1. It takes less than a day to get from the east coast (district 12) to the Capitol, so I would estimate it would take only a couple of hours, if not less, as the trains travel at highs of 250mph.


Is there still a district 13 and if yes why?

I assume you mean in the Hunger Games. Answer: No there is not, the Capitol destroyed District 13 to prove their power.