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British Presentation Sword, first quarter of the 19th century

Osborn & Gunby Prince of Wales sword has a slightly curved 32-¾" blade with double wide fullers and clip-point. Upper portion of blade with fire-blued finish, the left side profusely decorated with gold-inlaid images of warriors, crown, eagle, maidens and floral motifs. Right side with Poseidon, eagle, crown, centaur and floral details. Stirrup hilt with rouletted languets, twist gold-inlaid grip. Dark red transparent cabochons. Steel gold-inlaid scabbard with sculpted gold-finished mounts, the top with four vertical rows of circles with floral drape below. The central mount with poly-chromed oval containing three-feather Prince of Wales emblem with Latin motto that reads: ‘He adds honour to the Ancestral Honour’. Two rope pattern ring mounts. Reverse side of scabbard engraved with legend: Osborn / and / Gunby / Sword Cutlers / To His Majesty / & His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales / Birmingham / Pall Mall / London. Surrounded by engraved wreath. Drag with ornate gold-inlaid floral patterns, the obverse deeply engraved. Blade and scabbard with wear and losses to finish. Minor dents present.

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Day 01: The Legendary Hero

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British Silver-Hilted Presentation Sword

Born in 1849, Edric Frederick Gifford with the grandson of Robert, 1st Baron Gifford, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and Master of the Rolls. Entering military service with the 83rd Regiment of Foot (County of Dublin), Gifford later joined the 24th Regiment of Foot (aka the South Wales Borderers) as a Lieutenant for the First Ashanti Expedition, part of the Anglo-Ashanti Wars which took place in and around the territory of the Gold Coast Colony, serving as a Special Service Officer training and leading teams of native fighters. Lord Gifford’s service as a highly capable reconnaissance officer was noted in his Victoria Cross Citation, in particular his actions in the taking of Becquah (modern day Bekwai), in which he and his unit were the first to breech the town’s defenses in advance of the main unit. Following the Ashanti Expedition, Lord Gifford served as Aide-de-Camp to General Garnet Woolseley during the Anglo-Zulu War, and finished his career as a brevet Major. After leaving the service, Lord Gifford served as Colonial Secretary to Western Australia from 1880 to 1883, Colonial Secretary to Gibraltar from 1883 to 1887, and made a director of the British South Africa Company in 1889. Upon his death in 1911, the title of Baron Gifford passed to his younger brother, and remains active today. The sword measures 38 inches in overall length, with a lightly curved 32 inch single fuller blade, numbered “18847” on the spine, with the etched “HENRY/WILKINSON/PALL MALL/LONDON” address on the left ricasso, gilt brass “HW” proof seal on the right, and scroll decorated panels up each side, featuring scroll designs and a Queen Victoria cipher on the left. The right side bears the inscription “LIEUTENANT EDRIC FREDERICK LORD GIFFORD 24TH REGIMENT OF FOOT/26th FEBRUARY 1873 WISHING HIM GOD SPEED, FROM HIS FRIENDS IN THE 83rd./NON SINE NUMINE”, the final Latin line translating to “not without divine favor”. The hilt hardware is silver finished, with attractive raised scrollwork on the 3-branch guard, featuring a cut-through Victoria cipher in a wreath, additional scrollwork running down to the pommel, a woven gold wire sword knot hung from a piercing in the guard, and a multiple strands of twisted silver wire around the ivory grip, which is carved with raised scroll designs to compliment those on the hilt. The metal sheath also bears a silver finish, with near full coverage engraving, showing vine patterns along the suspension bands and down the front and back, scroll accents, and a series of floral patterns on the drag and down the sides, set into an interwoven geometric pattern.

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SEVENTEEN IN THE HUNGER GAMES

I added in District 13 so that they can each be from a different District. Instead of two people being picked per District, I changed it to one.

S.Coups
District: 2 – Masonry
Weapon/Ability: Strength
Death: 10th to die
Cause of Death: Betrayed by Jeonghan
About:
- Oldest Tribute.
- Was the strongest opponent, so everyone knew to stay away from him.
- Didn’t know which plants were edible, and so survived on meats instead. When he couldn’t find anything to eat, he was spoiled by Sponsors.
- Formed an alliance with Jeonghan to kill Woozi.
- Betrayed by Jeonghan who set up a trap and stabbed him.

Jeonghan
District: 1 – Luxury
Weapon/Ability: Spear (Woozi’s), Trickery
Death: 12th to die
Cause of Death: Lost the final battle against Woozi
About:
- Formed an alliance with Dino.
- Wanted him to win the Games. He was planning for the two of them to make it to the final round, and then let Dino win by killing himself.
- When Dino was killed by Woozi, Jeonghan sought revenge on him. He promised himself to win for Dino.
- He took Woozi’s spear, vowing to kill him with his very own weapon.
- Killed or betrayed anyone in his way to avenge Dino.
- Unfortunately lost the final battle.
- His death is considered one of the saddest in Hunger Games history due to not being able to keep his promise to Dino.

Joshua
District: 9 – Grain
Weapon/Ability: Survival and Treatment Skills
Death: 1st to die
Cause of Death: Cornucopia Bloodbath
About:
- Everyone knew he was done for when his name got picked.
- Too kind to kill anyone, so he was planning on just letting them all battle while he hid.
- Tried to grab a backpack at the Cornucopia, but was stabbed by Woozi.
- Probably would’ve gotten far in the Games if he survived the Bloodbath due to his skills.

Jun
District: 4 – Fishing
Weapon/Ability: Spear, Hand-to-Hand Combat, Identifying Edible Plants
Death: 9th to die
Cause of Death: Killed by Jeonghan
About:
- Always had food because he was experienced in fishing thanks to his job at the District.
- Was able to make a full meal with anything he found in the forest.
- Everyone thought he was going to win because of his skills.
- Noticed The8 following him around, and pretended he didn’t know. Silently slipped out of view and attacked him from behind.
- Won in the battle against The8, who was already badly injured after the first blow.
- Killed by Jeonghan when he accidentally tripped and destroyed Dino’s grave. Jeonghan showed no mercy.

Hoshi
District: 6 – Transportation
Weapon/Ability: Knives, Climbing
Death: 5th to die
Cause of Death: Tracker Jackers
About:
- Hid in the trees.
- Waved and made funny faces at the cameras, earning him gifts from Sponsors.
- Once ate a poisonous plant that slowly made his insides burn, but was sent antidote. Clearly a Capitol favorite.
- Died because he jumped onto a branch that had a Tracker Jackers nest he didn’t see.
- His leg got caught between two branches and he was left hanging upside-down while the Tracker Jackers stung him to death.

Wonwoo
District: 13 – Nuclear Weaponry
Weapon/Ability: Crossbow, Hiding
Death: 8th to die
Cause of Death: Killed by Jeonghan
About:
- A bag of luck.
- Wanted to form an alliance with Mingyu, who knew how to identify edible plants. When he died at the Cornucopia, he was left to guess on his own.
- Somehow guessed right for all the edible plants.
- Was able to blend in with the environment, and found great hiding places.
- Was injured by a fireball the Gamemakers threw at him. Didn’t have any Sponsors sending him medication, and so didn’t put up a fight when he ran into Jeonghan.

Woozi
District: 3 – Technology
Weapon/Ability: Spear (formerly), Sword (presently), Strategy
Death: x
Cause of Death: x
About:
- Victor/Winner of the Games.
- Faked looking weak in the Training Centre, and then showed his true potential in the Arena.
- Incredibly intelligent. Can make up a whole plan within ten seconds of observing his surroundings.
- Set up a trap for animals, but Dino got trapped in it instead. Decided to stab him, and in front of Jeonghan.
- Wasn’t caught or killed because Jeonghan didn’t have a weapon at that time.
- Got his spear taken by Jeonghan, and so found his way back to the Cornucopia to get a new weapon. Decided on a sword.
- Discovered that when you throw something at the invisible force field, it makes a boomerang effect.
- During the final battle, he launched his sword at Jeonghan and purposely missed. The sword hit the force field, then came flying back and stabbed Jeonghan’s back.

DK
District: 5 – Power
Weapon/Ability: Traps
Death: 2nd to die
Cause of Death: Cornucopia Bloodbath
About:
- A bundle of sunshine.
- Stole the hearts of Sponsors during his interview. Admired for being able to smile despite being in such a terrible situation.
- Specialized in making traps, would’ve been able to find many things to eat in the Arena if he survived the Bloodbath.
- Panicked and reacted late when the gong resounded. While trying to run towards the forest, he was shot with Wonwoo’s crossbow, who accidentally fired it when rushing to grab it.

Mingyu
District: 12 – Mining
Weapon/Ability: Identifying Edible Plants
Death: 3rd to die
Cause of Death: Cornucopia Bloodbath
About:
- Loved by the Capitol for being so charming and handsome.
- Ate anything served at the Capitol while promoting.
- Food and water were his top priorities for the Games. He memorized all the edible plants and berries, and planned to find a stream of water right away.
- Had Sponsors lined up to send him things.
- They unfortunately never got to send him anything because he died at the Bloodbath. Got confused and terrified at the Arena, and died by turning a corner and accidentally running into Jun’s spear.

The8
District: 11 – Agriculture
Weapon/Ability: Staff, Wushu
Death: 6th to die
Cause of Death: Killed by Jun
About:
- Skilled at martial arts, made sure to show this to the other Tributes in the Training Centre.
- Was sent many things by Sponsors because of his cute interview before the Games.
- Always found a clean stream of water, but was too scared to eat any plants in fear of getting poisoned.
- Knew Jun could hunt and identify edible plants, and so followed him around while stealing his food every now and then.
- Got caught by Jun and put up a fair fight, but his injury prevented him from attacking properly.
- Fainted in the middle of the fight due to blood loss, and Jun finished him off.

Seungkwan
District: 8 – Textiles
Weapon/Ability: Bow & Arrow, Tactics
Death: 11th to die
Cause of Death: Killed by Jeonghan
About:
- Adored by the Capitol due to his variety skills, and everyone was rooting for him to win.
- Got really far into the Games because of his Sponsors.
- Was able to stay out of everyone’s radar, and stole their food without them knowing.
- Didn’t kill anyone. Used his bow and arrow for hunting instead of killing.
- Whistled with the mockingjays for the watchers’ entertainment.
- Was caught for the first time trying to steal Jeonghan’s food. He tried to attack with his bow and arrow, but missed him and got stabbed in the heart with his spear.

Vernon
District: 10 – Livestock
Weapon/Ability: Bow & Arrow
Death: 4th to die
Cause of Death: Mistook Nightlock for berries
About:
- Volunteered to save his little sister.
- Pinpoint precision with his bow and arrow. Shot animals right in the eye.
- A quiet Tribute who mostly kept to himself to avoid confrontation.
- Wanted to win the Games for his little sister, but made a foolish mistake by mistaking Nightlock for berries because he was starving.

Dino
District: 7 – Lumber
Weapon/Ability: Slingshot, Speed
Death: 7th to die
Cause of Death: Killed by Woozi
About:
- Youngest Tribute.
- Luckily found a slingshot in the backpack he managed to get at the Cornucopia. Had really good aim, and was able to shoot down birds with a rock.
- Formed an alliance with Jeonghan.
- Considered him his older brother, and to a certain extent, his mother.
- Died in Jeonghan’s arms.

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Greek Bronze and Gold Short Sword and Dagger, C. 1450-1300 BC

The daggers and early swords of the Aegean Bronze Age represent some of the most striking artifacts of the period in terms of their opulence, craftsmanship and display of technical virtuosity. Whilst some were used solely for ceremonial use, many were functional instruments of war, attested by the clear developments in form, according to fighting preferences and practices. The short sword, which developed from the dagger, is one of the most interesting innovations of the Bronze Age, often signifying social status in societies in which hierarchy and one-on-one combat were primary concerns. The present dagger and short sword probably originate from Crete, in the locality of the great palaces at Knossos, or from Mycenae. The Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations were renowned for their wealth, richness of culture, technical sophistication, and strong influence across the Greek world for centuries to come. These are the weapons of the fabled heroes of Troy, the great treasures of powerful kings like Agamemnon, who ruled over the kingdom of Mycenae.

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Long, hard wood

Our campaign started at a coronation. After the ceremony our neutral evil human fighter decided to get the king on side by presenting him with a weapon he has deemed unworthy for his fighting abilities.

Fighter: “Your magesty, I present this sword to you and vow to serve you faithfully”

DM (OOC) : “The king accepts the sword and then proceeds to stroke its long, hard wood.”

Cue laughter from everyone.

Your duty

Fandom : Teen Wolf

Request? : Yass, this is for @thejulietfarciertlove, pack mom imagine

A/N :  So I don’t know if it’s good but here we go. Sorry I took so long to publish this, I had a lot of things going on lately. I hope you’ll enjoy it ! Feedbacks are more than welcome ! ;p 

Also, there are a few references to supernatural but nothing that you can’t understand if you don’t watch the series, don’t worry.

Word count : 1522

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You had to, you had to protect them, it was your duty

The pack, Scott’s pack, it was the one who saved you. They took you in without even hesitating. You couldn’t return home, heaven, it was your home. You were an angel of the Lord, not the blond, blue eyes kind of way, the warrior one. Your existence consisted in fighting for God and his creation. The thing was, you couldn’t anymore, you couldn’t take orders from selfish, manipulated angels who would do anything to take full control of Heaven and Earth. So you ran, you shut the angels’ radio and went on your own way. 

Except that Heaven doesn’t let anyone go that easily…

** 6  months later **

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Presentation Sword from England dated 1890 on display at the Royal Armouries in Leeds

[Edited, with thanks to @victoriansword]

This cavalry sword was a prize presented by the commanding officer, the Earl of Haddington, to trooper Laird of the Lothian and Berwick Yeomanry Cavalry. The sword is probably from the 1790′s but was presented as a gift in 1890. It is not unknown for older swords to be given as gifts within a regiment.

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Presentation sword awarded to Colonel Marius Willett for meritorious conduct at Ft. Stanwix. 11 other swords were also awarded at the same time. The swords weren’t made until 1785-1786 due to lack of funds. 

The swords were made by French swordsmith C.Liger and are inscribed with the United States coat of arms on one side and on the other side “Congress / to / Col. Willett / Oct. 11, 1777” 

The portrait was painted by artist Ralph Earl.

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Presenting: The Ace of Swords.
• Clarity  •  Beginnings/Breakthroughs  •  Fortitude  • Justice  •  Communication •

A Sword and crown of string…don’t try to make it in real life. 
I’m pretty sure it isn’t physically or geometrically possible.

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We Fight Ourselves (Part 1)

Jon never truly belonged to her, but she knew that already. Fate had cast its die a long time ago—everyone, including herself, had to live with the outcome. At least she had her babe; at least she had her home. Sansa re-evaluates the state of marriage after brushing too close with death, but she’s not the only one whose views have changed [Rated M, post-series; deals with events from S7 and leaks from S8].

Sansa went over the letter she had written. It was succinct, penned in that commanding tone she mastered a long time ago, save for the last few remarks that wished the recipient happiness and prosperity—that had been with the personal flair of one Sansa Stark, rather than the Lady of Winterfell. She could tell that Maester Payton didn’t approve by his frown, but she expected nothing less from a student of the Citadel; on the other hand, she suspected that Samwell Tarly would have approved wholeheartedly, had he been her maester. When it came to expressing her own disapproval, she had gone easy, superfluous as it was; considering the inheritance that Alys Karstark possessed, Sansa was sure that the noblewoman would have made a better match with someone other than the man she claimed to have fallen in love with, but if there was anyone who knew the strange workings of the heart, it was Sansa.

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Arms and Armor from the Metropolitan Museum of Art:

The first two photos and the fifth photo present rapiers. Rapiers were swords meant to be used for unarmored, one-on-one combat. They were primarily used in the 16th and 17th centuries. Their form and wielding style were the inspiration for sport fencing foils and epees in later centuries. Rapiers have a straight blade and particularly protective hilt. Noblemen would have these swords strapped to their sides as they walked through the streets of their cities. If one’s reputation was insulted, the dispute could often be settled by a duel.

The third photo is of ceremonial plate armor. Halberds and poleaxes were two handed pole weapons mostly in use during the 14th and 15th centuries. Halberds resembled spears more closely than poleaxes, which are aptly named poleaxes for the axe blade that protrudes from one or two sides of the shaft. 

The fourth photo is of helmets that were worn along with plate armor and chainmail.

The three sabers in the last photo have animal head pommels. These are American sabers, which would have been carried around in the early colonial period, precursors to army officers’ swords during the American Revolution. There was a period of time in early American colonial history where sabers with animal head pommels were all the rage and wealthy colonists like governors would have an animal head pommel crafted for themselves. If a Western European saber from this period had an animal head pommel, it likely belonged to an American. 

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Love your blog sosososoooo much holy heck, Your hunger games au is i n c r e d i b l e oh my gOSH, if it's okay would you be able to do another one but if each of them were victors of their district??? ❤️

Read my Seventeen Hunger Games AU (here).

S.Coups
Weapon/Ability: Strength
Up Against in the Finale: Joshua
Victory:
- Knew the odds were in his favor when he found out he was up against Joshua.
- Knew he could win with strength alone, and so didn’t bother getting a weapon.
- Looked all over the place for Joshua, who was hiding because he knew he would lose in a fight against him.
- Found him hiding in a tree, and instead of climbing up, S.Coups created a forest fire, forcing Joshua to jump off.
- Chased after Joshua, and broke his neck when he caught up to him.

Jeonghan
Weapon/Ability: Spear (Woozi’s), Trickery
Up Against in the Finale: Woozi
Victory:
- Formed an alliance with Dino.
- Wanted him to win the Games. He was planning for the two of them to make it to the final round, and then let Dino win by killing himself.
- When Dino was killed by Woozi, Jeonghan sought revenge on him. He promised himself to win for Dino.
- He took Woozi’s spear, vowing to kill him with his very own weapon.
- Killed or betrayed anyone in his way to avenge Dino.
- Discovered somewhere along the way that if you throw something at the invisible force field, it makes a boomerang effect.
- During the final battle, when Woozi launched his sword at him and purposely missed, Jeonghan knew what he was planning. The sword hit the force field, and when it came flying back towards him, he ducked at the last second, and it stabbed Woozi.
- Meant to kill Woozi with his spear, but still succeeded in killing Woozi with his own weapon.
- Fulfilled his promise to Dino.

Joshua
Weapon/Ability: Survival and Treatment Skills
Up Against in the Finale: S.Coups
Victory:
- He and S.Coups woke up to a forest fire created by the Gamemakers.
- They ran for their lives, but S.Coups was suddenly struck by a fireball and engulfed in flames.
- Didn’t notice this because he was so focused on finding a way out.
- Found himself all alone when he did manage to escape, his eyes widening in realization when he heard the sound of a cannon.
- Didn’t kill anyone while he was in the Games.

Jun
Weapon/Ability: Spear, Hand-to-Hand Combat, Identifying Edible Plants
Up Against in the Finale: The8
Victory:
- Tricked The8 into believing they were friends, but only used him as a stepping stone to get to the Finale.
- Kept him alive until the end because he knew he could defeat him.
- Initiated the final battle between the two by breaking The8’s staff in half, leaving him with no weapon.
- Severely injured The8, who couldn’t bring himself to hurt his friend.
- Will never forget the look of betrayal on The8’s face before he made the final blow.

Hoshi
Weapon/Ability: Knives, Climbing
Up Against in the Finale: DK
Victory:
- Formed an alliance with DK.
- They became good friends, but he knew only one of them could live.
- They told each other they would battle in the morning.
- But Hoshi planned to end it that night, and waited for DK to fall asleep.
- Saw a Tracker Jackers nest hanging on a branch of a nearby tree. Climbed the tree and cut the branch with his knife, whispering an apology to his friend.
- Covered his eyes when the nest hit the ground and stung DK to death.

Wonwoo
Weapon/Ability: Crossbow, Hiding
Up Against in the Finale: Mingyu
Victory:
- Formed an alliance with Mingyu.
- His envy got the better of him.
- Mingyu was a Capitol favorite, spoiled by Sponsors and had everyone rooting for him. Wonwoo never received anything from Sponsors, and was often forgotten by the watchers.
- When Mingyu received yet another gift from his Sponsors, Wonwoo had enough.
- Wonwoo killed the third to last Tribute, then shot Mingyu from behind with his crossbow upon returning to their campsite.

Woozi
Weapon/Ability: Spear (formerly), Sword (presently), Strategy
Up Against in the Finale: Jeonghan
Victory:
- Set up a trap for animals, but Dino got trapped in it instead. Decided to stab him, and in front of Jeonghan.
- Wasn’t caught or killed because Jeonghan didn’t have a weapon at that time.
- Got his spear taken by Jeonghan, and so found his way back to the Cornucopia to get a new weapon. Decided on a sword.
- Discovered that when you throw something at the invisible force field, it makes a boomerang effect.
- During the final battle, he launched his sword at Jeonghan and purposely missed. The sword hit the force field, then came flying back and stabbed Jeonghan’s back.

DK
Weapon/Ability: Crossbow, Traps
Up Against in the Finale: Hoshi
Victory:
- Formed an alliance with Hoshi.
- Never wanted it to end up like this.
- Knew he had to bring an end to the Games, so he built a huge trap overnight and went back to the Cornucopia to get a weapon. Decided on a crossbow.
- The next morning, he hid in the trees and watched Hoshi wander around aimlessly looking for him.
- When Hoshi fell into his trap, he held up his crossbow and fired.
- The only person he killed was his friend.

Mingyu
Weapon/Ability: Identifying Edible Plants
Up Against in the Finale: Wonwoo
Victory:
- Won by accident.
- Formed an alliance with Wonwoo.
- Gathered a bunch of plants and berries to eat because he was the one in charge of food.
- Was going to separate the poisonous from the non-poisonous, but came back to find Wonwoo unconscious after eating Nightlock.
- Begged for him to wake up, but all he got in return was the sound of a cannon.

The8
Weapon/Ability: Staff, Wushu
Up Against in the Finale: Jun
Victory:
- Gamemakers announced that there was a Feast at the Cornucopia that would help prepare the last two Tributes for the final battle.
- Didn’t know who he was up against.
- Went to the Cornucopia to grab an extra weapon, only to dodge a spear thrown at him at the last second.
- Looked up to see Jun with another spear in hand standing at the top of the Cornucopia. He jumped off, and the two battled each other.
- Wolf Mutts were released into the Arena, and The8 successfully managed to vault himself onto the roof of the Cornucopia with his staff.
- Jun tried to jump onto it too, but while hanging onto the edge, The8 crushed his hands with his staff, making him release his grip and fall. The Wolf Mutts ripped him to shreds.

Seungkwan
Weapon/Ability: Bow & Arrow, Tactics
Up Against in the Finale: Vernon
Victory:
- Formed an alliance with Vernon.
- They became good friends.
- Originally wanted to win to return to his family, but after learning about Vernon’s little sister, he was having second thoughts.
- Knew it was the end when the Gamemakers released Wolf Mutts.
- He and Vernon ran all the way to the Cornucopia to climb onto it for safety.
- Vernon helped him get onto the roof, but when Seungkwan reached out a hand to help him, it was too late.
- The Wolf Mutts dragged Vernon down, and proceeded to brutally attack him and tear him to pieces.
- Shot an arrow at him to end his suffering, winning the Games.
- Cried at the sight of his dead friend. This wasn’t how he wanted it to end.

Vernon
Weapon/Ability: Bow & Arrow
Up Against in the Finale: Seungkwan
Victory:
- Volunteered to save his little sister.
- Formed an alliance with Seungkwan.
- Lied by telling him that his parents were dead and that his sister would be alone if he died so that Seungkwan would take pity on him and not kill him.
- His plan worked.
- Vernon planted bombs all around the Cornucopia, making footprint marks to remind himself where they were.
- Told Seungkwan to go back to the Cornucopia to get weapons so that they can both finish off the two other Tributes.
- Actually found and killed them last night when Seungkwan was sleeping.
- Followed Seungkwan to the Cornucopia, and shot an arrow at one of the bombs he planted, creating a huge explosion.
- Underestimated the size of the explosion and got injured, but won the Games.

Dino
Weapon/Ability: Slingshot, Speed
Up Against in the Finale: Jeonghan
Victory:
- He and Jeonghan made it to the final round of the Games.
- Dino stayed behind while Jeonghan left to go get them food.
- He never came back.
- Dino went to search for him, and found him lying on the ground unconscious with Nightlock in his hand. And only the sound of a cannon resounded in his ears.
- Jeonghan sacrificed himself to let Dino win.
- Dino never forgot about him.

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