or the one showing prim's name on this page?
@}-',-- Everdeen 02:49, January 14, 2012 (UTC)
Hasn't anyone noticed that Elizabeth Banks looks far older in that angle with all that make-up as her picture of General Descriptions in her Infobox???? - This User is in Team Peeta 2:52, February 20, 2012 (UTC)
Effie Trinket is suppossed to represent the weird fashons in the Capitol, i think, and some of them are a little... odd. But some of Effies dresses, with a few modifications I could see people wear normally. (not me though, I'm not a dressy person!) Look at the dress she is wearing. If you take out the odd angles on the shoulders and collar, and make the belt stand out a little more, it looks pretty normal. I wonder if that's saying that the Capitol's not weird after all, or maybe we're the weird ones! GlimmerandSparkle GlimmerandSparkle 21:44, March 25, 2012 (UTC)
Well yeah, it's kind of obvious that the Capitol is supposed to symbolise an exaggerated portrayal of modern society; obsession with fashion/cosmetic surgery, interest in reality television, de-sensitization~ of violence) etc. Capitolism (talk) 16:47, September 3, 2012 (UTC)
The current picture in the infobox is creeping me out a bit, I really dislike it.
Katniss: The charming dead slug. TheKatnissEverdeen 23:00, June 28, 2012 (UTC)
Incorrect Trivia Information
Your trivia about Effie is INCORRECT. Her name is mentioned multiple times in the movie. Example: On the train to the capitol for the 75th QQ. Katniss: "I'm not in the mood for a lecture. I'll apologize to Effie later."
That's catching fire.
I think you should mention that even though it was never said what Effie's house was like It was implied that she had a pretty big house. I say this because she calls Katniss' and Peeta's mansions "Quant", meaning that she thinks it's basically average. You don't have to put this in, but, I personally thought it would be something of use to add because they mention so little about her personal life.
"She is first introduced in the first book and film and appear to be very posh like many other Capitol residents." Appear should be appears, as it's "she... appears to be very posh". I can't edit it as it's locked. Trublucaribou (talk) 00:34, March 25, 2017 (UTC)