Tribute or Mentor:
Two Ė Masonry.
Bellaís family is not unfamiliar with the process of the games. Her sister, Apollo, took part in the twenty first Hunger Games and ranked in the top eight but met her ultimate death at the game makerís hands by the means of a fire she was incapable to escape and was ultimately burnt to death. Eager to show her own worth, Bella, in a typical career fashion, is one of the crazy few with an actual desire to enter the games.
For anyone who had ever witnessed the games before, Bella is the spitting image of her sister, holding the same ebony eyes and dark straight hair. Her face is neither unattractive nor breaktakingly beautiful but holds a striking quality to it that people are unable to describe. For a career she doesnít match the usual male counterparts of prior years in muscle but her focused gaze give her a startling look rather than body type.
Bella favours the feel of a spear in her hand and has an undeniable throw on her so favours anything she is able to launch at the opponent, even if it means constructing something with any materials she may have to fit her preference.
Bellaís token shows no significance to her district but instead takes on a much more personal meaning. It was the only thing they were able to scavenge from her sisterís body in her games and was returned to Bellaís family reluctantly. The token itself is nothing more than a silver diamond with the letter C framed within it. The material itself suffered greatly in her sisterís game and the chain of the bracelet is now significantly charred.
'The girl who was on fire'