- "He might kill you now. He killed a Peacekeeper back in Eleven. They never found out who did it."
- ―Dill regarding Reaper, the male tribute from District 11
Dill was the female tribute from District 11 in the 10th Hunger Games. Her mentor was Felix Ravinstill. Her death is the first death in the 10th Hunger Games officially. She died from complications due to tuberculosis.
When Coriolanus Snow first saw Dill on the train platform, he described Reaper first, a fellow tribute from District 11, as "a tall boy with dark brown skin" and than described Dill as "a girl with similar coloring but a skeletal frame and a hacking cough."
Dill may be named after the dill herb.
On the truck which took the tributes for the 10th Hunger Games to the Capitol Zoo, she told Coriolanus Snow that Reaper, had once killed a Peacekeeper. In response, he told her to shut it, but she asked who cared now. When Lucy Gray Baird stopped the other tributes from attacking Snow, saying that he was her mentor, Dill asked "How come you get a mender?" When Snow said that they each got one, Dill asked where they were and why they hadn't come and Lucy Gray replied that they just weren't as motivated.
That evening, Snow discovered fellow mentor Sejanus Plinth at the Capitol Zoo, apparently trying to coax Dill to take a sandwich. He wondered why Plinth would do this when she wasn't even his tribute.
On the first day of the Hunger Games, Reaper could seen be carrying Dill, who was on the verge of death, out of a tunnel and onto a sunny spot of a piece of charred wood. She was also shivering despite the heat. Her mentor was surprised she even made it that long. She received two bottles of water by sponsors, but did not even acknowledge them. Treech came later and quickly stole them. As the day ended, Dill's body convulsed and violently coughed up blood. Blood soaked the filthy dress that she wore.
- Dill can be seen having some sort of mutual bond with her fellow District 11 tribute, Reaper. On the first day of the Games, before Dill dies, Reaper carries Dill out of the tunnel and makes a lackluster attempt to comfort her. This is a vaguely similar relationship with Thresh and Rue from the 74th Hunger Games.
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