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The Gamemakers ([personal profile] gamemakers) wrote2012-02-27 12:11 am
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➳ frequently asked questions ┈┈・




How many version of one character can there be?

    There may be up to 3 versions of any one character in game. However, each version of any one player's character must be distinctly different from any other player's version of the same character. For example; a young Anakin Skywalker, a Darth Vader, and a female!Anakin Skywalker would all be acceptable participants, whereas Harry Potter taken from the timeline of Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter from the Prisoner of Azkaban timeline, and a Harry Potter from The Goblet of Fire would not be enough of a difference.

    We also allow CRAU characters (meaning characters who were played in a previous setting to retain their memories/acquired skills/etc.) If you have specific questions regarding CRAU's, please feel free to contact us!


What if my character has special powers/magical abilities?

    All powers will be dulled down, since they could have variable and uncontrollable effects on the Capitol and its authorities. Your character has no control over this. The Capitol does. You're welcome.

    Powers will work ONLY within the confines of the Arena. Within the Arena there are three way powers can be accessed:
    1) Some Arenas will have locations and times when powers will be unlocked, per that specific Arena's design. Your character is free to attempt to figure out when and where those places and times are at their own discretion.
    2) Some arena's will have a "hidden prize" situation where, if you play the game "correctly", you'll be rewarded with access to your character's powers, per this discretion of the Gamemakers.


Will there be any mechanism by which unpowered characters can acquire some shiny mind-powers, or will they have to survive on wits (and swords) alone?

    Right now there is not any plans for this, however, depending on the arena this might change.


Privacy? What privacy?
    • Nothing said or done within the Arena is private. Any and all characters in the game, have access to this information. Most especially citizens within the Capitol.
    • Nothing said on the network or around the city is private from the Capitol unless it is:
    1) Encrypted (In code)
    2) Face to face, in private; though remember there are hidden cameras everywhere, so you might want to go outside/some place loud. Just in case. In public you will not be overheard as long as you use some common sense. The Speakeasy is the only location thoroughly free of surveillance.
    3) Through handwritten letters


How does the communication devices/network work? Are they like Gale's?

    Your character will get a device to the new network the Capitol has set up so that the whole Capitol can keep up with this very exciting never ending Quell. It is not the same device as Gale's, but much more like the Holo device, generally worn on the wrist. It creates and displays 3-D video posts (Your character can, of course, point the camera at the ground, cover it with their thumb, or whatever they like, however the Capitol could trace the line.) If they do not speak, they can write notes and hold them up.

    Anyone caught hacking or otherwise tampering with their device will be punished by the Capitol. This doesn't mean you can't do it, but please discuss it with a mod. Your character would need to be pretty tech savvy.

    Tributes will always be stripped of their devices before entering the arena.


So can posts be filtered? Can we make "anonymous" posts IC?

    Yes, posts can be filtered. But the Capitol can access anything that is not a hand delivered note on paper, and "accidental network malfunctions" may occasionally happen, so be careful what you say and to whom.

    As for "anonymous" posts, the only way to do as such would be the old fashion (and highly dangerous) method of physically printing them off and pining them around town.


How does money work?

    The money in the Capitol is As, or Assi.We made that up, you didn't forget anything This is a different system from Credits, which are OOC and rewarded for AC. YOU gets Credits, your character gets As. Your character is given a credit card, but is not able to check the limit on it. In addition they are given 100 Assi every time they kill someone in the arena.

    One As is equal to about $5


But what if my character dies outside of the arena?

    In-game death is only reversible if your character dies inside the Arena. If your character dies wandering around the Capitol, unless the Capitol has a very strong reason to bring them back, your character is dead. Permanently. If you kill your character in the Capitol and come to us afterwards to try to work it out, they will still be dead.

    Here is some more information about the OOC workings of it.


Will my character know they are going to come back?

    In their first game, possibly not unless they are told before hand by another character. After the first round, of course, new Tributes could be told by people who aren't so new to the game.


Holy cow this is a lot to read! Do I need to read it all? Speaking of which, do I need to read The Hunger Games to play here?

    You do not need to read the Hunger Games to play here, but we seriously recommend it. It'll help set you in the world, and they're awesome, quick read.

    You do, however, need to read all of our posts. We know it's a lot. However, when we decided to create this game, we knew things would be way more fun if we could recreate a lot of the feelings that the Hunger Games creates in the books, while still making the setting RP friendly. We didn't want to overly plan out deaths, removing all suspense and a lot of what made the books interesting. (Spontaneous slaughter always keeps people on their toes, after all.) We also wanted to create, in and out of character, a feel of competition and advertising yourself as much as possible. And last, we wanted to keep it plot heavy, and not dissolve into a slice-of-life feeling game, which requires a lot more guidance.

    So, we know it's a lot. But hopefully it's worth it.


Which community is for what? Where is what information?

    COMMUNITIES:
    [community profile] thegames: This is the network community. The network is NOT available to any character while they are inside the Arena. **You will note however, that this game is very heavily log-based, so it is very much our least active area.
    [community profile] thecapitol: This is the log community for any events outside the Arena, including training.
    [community profile] thearena: This the log community where the Hunger Game events actually take place; only tributes post to this area.
    [community profile] thegamesooc: Your typical OOC community. It will include new Arena Posts, Activity Checks, Player Plotting Posts, How's My Driving Posts, the weekly death announcements/state of the game, as well as intros, drops, hiatuses, etc.
    [community profile] thecircus: Meme and crack community. The test drive memes, as well as fanart, friending memes, and any other players submitted memes.
    [personal profile] gamemakers: The Mods

    IMPORTANT LINKS:

    This post has links to all game relevant posts, and what is found in those posts.

    In addition, if you forget something, never be worried to ask us. We know it's complicated, we don't begrudge you being lost.


Wait how do these games actually work?!

    If you follow this link, we've laid out how the game works, both in and out of character!


So what if my character refuses to play?

    If your character refuses to play along, the Capitol will make them. They've done this for 75 years now, and your character is far from the first person to refuse to play.

    This can include manipulation of the Arena to corner your character into participating; psychological manipulation; the torturing of your character and their loved-ones both in and out of the Arena; and really, whatever the hell they want to do that they think will get you to play.

    The Games are the Capitol's form of entertainment, and there is nothing entertaining about watching your character hide in the bushes for 5 weeks, but it is entertaining to watch them try to dodge erratic, super-charged lightning bolts... Just keep that in mind.


What happens if I die right at the Cornucopia? Is the game over for me?

    When your character dies, at the Cornucopia or later in the Arena, they are collected, put back together, then released into the Capitol. They are out of the Game for that cycle, but there will be plenty for them to do on the Capitol side of things, including training, parties, interviews, underground rebellions, and anything else they can find!

    They are going to be under pretty strict surveillance, but even that is not perfect. The Capitol is used to many things with the Hunger Games, but keeping track of more than 24 tributes for more than a week a year is not one of them.


What happens when my character dies in the Arena?

    First, a cannon goes off. This happens after remote confirmation of death, so your character won't hear it! Probably good for them. Then, in nearly all Arenas, a hovercraft scoops up your body and anything you may have been carrying. If anyone in the Arena wanted that cool ax you had, they have just a few seconds to get it before it's gone. Your scavenging-from-dead-bodies options are very limited. But you miss all that too, because you're dead.

    The next thing you know is that you're waking up in a clinical room on an underground floor of the Training Center. You're healthy, uninjured, and not even hungry. In fact, it's almost like your body is brand new. Not even bruised! Once you've gotten your wits about you, they release you back into the Training Center and you get to go about your business in the Capitol. Until next time.


So they come back all repaired up?

    Your character wakes up in the exact same condition they originally arrived in. Any damage from the arena, including lost limbs, it set back. For those character with lingering illnesses, they have stepped back a few months. They are restarted from square one.



Can a character compete in the Games more than once? If so, do I have to re-app the character?

    Yes. Your character will compete in ALL the Games, sans the occasional themed Game if they happen to not meet the themes requirements, until they are dropped, or in-character move away from the Games. You do not need to re-app them.


What is the IC and OOC pace?

    Basically it's 1:1. This game is prose heavy, and as such there's a lot of wiggle room in terms of backdating/forward dating as needed. Time between the arena and the Capitol also sometimes is a little wobbly, so do what works best for your thread and the players involved. We are not going to nitpick it.


What other jobs are there in the Capitol?

    This is a decadent future city, but it is still a city and needs to run.

    The only career choice truly blocked is Gamemaker. You can apply for stylists, prep team, politician, store owners, craftsmen, restaurant owners...anything needed to run a city.

    Most truly unsavory jobs have been taken on by Avoxes, people who have been deemed somehow criminal by the Capitol and had their tongues removed. If you are applying for an Avox, you will be a servant if you're lucky, and might end up in the sewers, or other unpleasant position if you're not.

    If you're unsure if a career choice works for your character or the setting, you can always drop the mods a line!


Can Capitol Citizens "bid" on the tributes?

    Well. Yes. Yes they can. Due to the sensitive nature of this issues, it is NOT something the mods will be forcing on characters, however, character are more than welcome to arrange this amongst themselves (With the assumption the Capitol forced them into it).

    For those wondering what "bidding" is, it is not unheard of for the Capitol to force past victors into prostitution.

    They own tributes in all senses of the word.


    As of November 2014, bidding is no longer something happening commonly IC. Tributes can notice the sharp decline. OOC, if you have a plot you want to run that involves bidding, please PM the mods to arrange it Bidding should never be sprung on other players without their consent and going forward it will be considered a strike-worthy offense to spring the topic on other players without their permission. Characters under the age of 18 may no longer participate in bidding, even if the bidding is non-sexual in nature.


What do mentors do (other than tell tributes to stay alive)?

    Well, helping your character stay alive is what it boils down to. They will help you train. They will work out strategies to get you more sponsors in and out of the arena by manipulating your actions and publicity. They work directly with you and your stylist team as much as possible to make people want you to win.

    A lot of this will be hand-waved if your mentors are currently NPCs. The sponsor/credit system is based on activity, but you are free to NPC your mentor as being incompetent. Mentors are primarily former victors, and many of them are not in the best shape, mentally and/or physically.

    However, make sure you and players with character who are your teammates are all on the same page. It wouldn't make sense for your to have your character always decrying your mentor team, when everyone else is singing their praise (Unless your character is a jackass and the mentors have left them to fend for themselves, in which case, the odds probably aren't in your favor. And you might want to start kissing up.)


What is the benefit of getting a weapon in the Arena? (Other than to kill people with?)

    The biggest benefit is food. There will be animals in the arena, and often they will be you biggest, and possibly only source of food.

    Beyond food, it would depend on the weapons. Blunt objects used to break open nuts, weapons used to help you climb. Ingenuity is you friend in the arena.


Will there be interviews before the game? The parades?

    Things like the interviews and parades won't be happening every arena, but can occur for plot purposes.


What if I want to app someone like Percy Jackson who would fit perfectly to be from District 4 - can I request this?

    You can created Hunger Game specific AUs. See the post on who you can app for exact rules.


What does the winner of the Games get?

    The winner of the games receives the option to no longer continue the cycle and be free of the games, and the vague promise that, if the Capitol ever finds a way to reverse the process by which they bring people here, the winner can utilize it. They can permanently opt out.

    Of course if you want them back in, the Capitol can always find an IC reasons to put them back in. Just discuss it with a mod.


How long do the games last?

    Each arena's cycle will last no longer than 2 months, however we will adjust the length in response to IC events. If everyone dies in the first week, for example. The arena is then followed by several week in the Capitol.


How do I know who else has been assigned to my character's District?

    All characters, on the Taken Character list, have their District posted, along with their rank. There is also the District Association Post, which lists all characters by their [assigned] district.


My character has a small item of power, can they keep it?

    All objects will be confiscated when the character arrives. A few days later it will be "returned" to the character, however they are free to realize (possibly the hard way) that this is just a well made replica. Small, non-weapons like objects can be taken in as tokens, subject to the Capitol's discretion.


Wait, is that a Stargate reference?!
    ...maybe a little.





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[personal profile] arsenique 2012-03-02 03:13 pm (UTC)(link)
Hello, sweetnesses! A quick question about powers. Obviously, not every tribute will have 'em. Will there be any mechanism by which unpowered characters can acquire some shiny mind-powers, or will they have to survive on wits (and swords) alone?
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[personal profile] table_chan 2012-03-08 02:07 am (UTC)(link)
I'm curious on your guys' stance on characters like Hawke from Dragon Age 2 and Shepard from Mass Effect? I know it's different game to game and I was wondering if it would done on a case by case basis, or are they not allowed at all.

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[personal profile] plank_o_wood 2012-03-12 03:43 am (UTC)(link)
What of sentient non-human characters, like animals or robots?

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[personal profile] skyla_doragono 2012-03-27 10:54 pm (UTC)(link)
Question!

How are characters that don't require basic human needs to live handled? IE, those that require a different kind of food to stave off starvation, don't need water, ect. As survival in the middle of "nowhere" is a big part of the games, do these characters need an additional handicap?

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[personal profile] groceries 2012-03-29 06:53 am (UTC)(link)
Let's talk about powers for a second! Long story short: this girl here has no soul. It's been extracted and placed inside a gem and her body's been replaced by a sturdier, more capable one for the purpose of being a magical girl. Meaning, if her soul gem and her body have a considerable distance between them, her body shuts down. Since there's no soul in it, it's like a mannequin... or a puppet.

How...would this even work in the setting.

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so only tributes with a ranking of 12 can win? i'm confused.

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(Anonymous) 2012-04-22 08:59 pm (UTC)(link)
Question from the crowd!

Suppose I was thinking of bringing in a panfandom or OC character. Could they be Mentors from the getgo? As in, they were already there and won/competed before the RP timeline proper (since we know the games are now going on in perpetuity), and thus could have been in the city for a little while?

Thank you in advance! :)
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[personal profile] gogoyubari 2012-04-23 09:30 pm (UTC)(link)
I'm looking to apply as GoGo Yubari from Kill Bill.
Not much is known about her history, but her actress, Chiaki Kuriyama played a character in the Asian movie Battle Royale. Could I possibly take the Battle Royale experience and use it to expand upon Gogo's history?
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[personal profile] cowardfacinghappiness 2012-05-02 10:17 pm (UTC)(link)
Hi! So, I forgot about how people are 'encouraged' to not tell new tributes how they'll come back and have been playing with the assumption that Momoko knows this thanks to her (currently NPC) mentor. I have two questions: a) should I talk with a mod about a possible retaliation to this by the Capitol and b) with the change in the app system making it so the tributes are allowed to wander around the Capitol and watch the Games before their first game, how does this work now? Would they be kept separated from the revived tributes? And would they recognize the supposedly dead tributes in the new arena when they get to play?

Sorry, this is a lot of questions. XP

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[personal profile] prayersforthewicked 2012-05-13 11:16 pm (UTC)(link)
In the case of characters who are sick/dying, what is the policy? MUST the sickness be removed entirely, or can it be weakened/stalled? What kinds of treatments are available (if any) to characters that are ill? Could the invention of some prototype cure (invented for the purposes of this game, not supported in cannon) expand the life of the character indefinitely without removing the symptoms/threat of the illness?

... was that too verbose? XD

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[personal profile] cowardfacinghappiness 2012-06-12 08:10 pm (UTC)(link)
For language I'm assuming the Capitol has some fancy tech for translating spoken words for people--would that extend to written language as well? So if Momoko wrote in Japanese others would read it in the language they know or would they just see kanji?
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[personal profile] indigo_wolf_warrior 2012-08-18 07:54 pm (UTC)(link)
Question!

My character has wings at the begining of his game, though they were ripped off. Would it be possible to re-wing him? Also, would that mean he would keep his ability to fly?
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[personal profile] overbite 2012-10-30 05:20 pm (UTC)(link)
So the character I'm working on an app for became one with her magic god dog (a thing that totally made sense in context) and got a heapload of ridiculous powers that are unquestionably being taken away, and, of course, became part dog. Would she be allowed to keep her heightened dog-senses (dog smell, better hearing; all on par with just your average dog's because the god-magic wasn't, like, a "dog and dog things times fifty" kind of thing) in and/or out of the Arena? She has the appearance of a normal human girl except with cute pointy doggy ears, and has shown some canine behaviors in canon (involuntary "woof"ing; started growling at a cat, apologized because she couldn't stop, and got up and started chasing it around).
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[personal profile] misterporcelain 2012-11-01 10:01 am (UTC)(link)
For future reference, since I may app a second character if Gylfie works out:

Your explanations for what an acceptable AU is are fairly vague, except that there can be three of them and they need to all be suitably different.

Is the rule so long as they keep their canon personality, they're fair game?

Are there restrictions (Crossovers with other canons, for example)? Will a more 'out there' AU (say, a Harry Potter from an AU where he and his friends were normal kids and wound up playing SBURB, a la Homestuck) be judged more conservatively than an AU that meshes more easily into the canon world and/or narrative (say, a Harry Potter whose parents were never killed by Voldemort and grew up as a normal wizarding child)?

Also, do you have any tips on what you're looking for in a fandom OC? Beyond the usual pitfalls like being the ~surprise secret sibling and/or lover~ of one of the main characters, I mean. They're another type of appable character that aren't covered very much in the FAQ or acceptable character page. And I have a Homestuck fantroll I've been dying to play somewhere. Don't judge.

EDITING because I have so many possible characters I want to app and I'd like to make sure this one is okay to have in the running: you said in response to an earlier question that humanoid non-humans between 2 and 10 feet tall would be allowed. Would a three foot tall bipedal clothes-wearing poetry-writing blue cat fit this criteria? He's from a short film called The Cat Piano, which is about eight minutes long if you want to confirm that he's sentient.
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[personal profile] sunflowering 2012-11-05 12:06 am (UTC)(link)
I have a question. I have a vampire character who was born a vampire. She's immortal and has godmod powers which I realize would not be allowed in the game.

But because she was born that way and was never human she has the ability to see really well/in the dark, enhanced sound/smell, etc. In addition she's physically stronger/faster than others.

Do those sorts of things remain? Or would that be stripped as well? And would she still require blood?

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[personal profile] highpurple 2012-11-22 12:54 am (UTC)(link)
I'm absolutely sure this info is somewhere in the game documents and I've just completely missed it, so I'm really sorry if this is a question that's been answered! But: I'm planning on apping in a few weeks, so mid-arena. I know my character doesn't get a sponsor/mentor/district, but will she be given any information at all, or will she just like... wake up on her way into the arena and have no idea what's going on?
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[personal profile] cowardfacinghappiness 2013-01-05 03:43 am (UTC)(link)
Two questions!
One, if I'm short on credits for a character when an AC is posted, can I count activity posted after the AC post, but before the deadline? And for that matter, what about backtagging, when it started in a previous round but the actual activity has taken place now?

And two, each individual character played has to have 50 credits, correct? What's the penalty if one or two characters pass, but another does not?
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[personal profile] nightsknight 2013-01-24 07:06 am (UTC)(link)
A question on rankings and death rolls!

So if I were to theoretically app a character who would deserve a very very high score based on abilities, but who would probably be scored mediocre at best due to just refusing to cooperate/possibly having a secret identity that they were trying to hide, say, and therefore acting like someone unsuited in every way to the arena/etc, um, how would that fit in with the weekly death rolls?

I am not at all against the idea of randomly killing characters, but where there's a dramatic difference between the score they deserve and the one they'll most likely have, I don't know how I would handle them being rolled into starving to death in the first week and a half etc, when that would be decidedly difficult to justify as IC given the real level of ability at play here.

Sorry for the weird question, but I really am interested in the game and also really wasn't sure what to do in this situation. It's a little unusual, I know.

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[personal profile] estrogenetic 2013-02-01 04:26 am (UTC)(link)
I'm curious about apping robots-

See Noa is from Sky Doll (she is a robot with a unique personality taken from a dead person) and in canon she's shown to have killed humans before but she doesn't remember this because of a Mnemonic Limiter which deletes Sky Doll's memories after a year or so so they won't form their own personalities.

I'm wondering if I could even reserve Noa? Or would I have to AU her?
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[personal profile] cowardfacinghappiness 2013-02-01 09:41 pm (UTC)(link)
I looked around and I don't think this has been addressed yet so, is there some sort of rule against apping another character if one your characters failed to pass the last activity check, first time? And if so, does that extend the two weeks between apping or until the next activity check (assuming all pass)?
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[personal profile] kontingency 2013-02-03 08:14 pm (UTC)(link)
Ok, so K - this character - is in armor that would basically crush him in the context of The Games due to living his life on the moon, and having the weight of the armor make the moon's gravity equal Earth's for him. How would this be handled? His appearance under the armor is a major spoiler for the game (due to his being a clone of Sigma, and thus having the appearance of what Sigma is assumed to look like in-game before the age reveal), so I'd rather he keeps the armor - it was proven in the game that he can still be killed while inside of it; he took an axe in the back, at one point, and died from it.

My personal solutions: K is a bit stronger then in canon, allowing him to keep his armor supported even in the context of the Games. (Certain bits and pieces of the game imply that it has hard hydraulic systems to avoid killing him, as well; for example, the fact that he 'jingles' when he walks.) That way, K doesn't have to necessarily be crushed to death, and nor does his armor have to be removed.

Also worth mentioning: He can still stab straight through someone with a spear in canon, as well as punch someone in the gut hard enough for it to hurt badly.
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[personal profile] shambler 2013-02-05 12:20 pm (UTC)(link)
Would it be acceptable to app a zombie? He's the type who could be killed by head-trauma but otherwise obeys a lot of Romero-zombies limitations. In Warm Bodies canon, zombies need to eat flesh but the brain gives them the ability to briefly experience their victim's lives.

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[personal profile] last_ofthe_jedi 2013-02-07 11:25 pm (UTC)(link)
I haven't been able to find anything about canon updating. Is that allowed? If so, how is it done?

Or am I just dumb and missed it somewhere?

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[personal profile] prologue 2013-02-08 12:58 am (UTC)(link)
Quick question-- I'm interested in applying for a set of characters who share a body. Would I be allowed to apply for them both, keeping the bodysharing, or would they be split into separate bodies and not be appable as a duo?

If that would be a-ok, I assume I would have to write an app for each-- would that be true?

For reference, they are Calliope and Caliborn from Homestuck-- idk if you guys are canon familiar at all, but in case you're not: They can only communicate through chat clients, scraps of paper, etc; they take turns being in control of their body and control transfers over with sleep. So selfcest would be as minimal as possible.

A lot of your rules make it seem unlikely I'd be allowed, but I wanted to ask anyways just to be sure.

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[personal profile] hi_there_aliens 2013-03-05 10:32 am (UTC)(link)
Quick question, but clothing-wise, do the tributes arrive (pre-Arena, let's say) in the clothes they were taken with or do they wear the arena or capitol clothes?

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