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"Only at the Trope Games can you find a snowman killing an intelligent, apex-predator dinosaur with some C4."
Dark Destruction, after Chilly had used an explosive to kill off Indominus Rex and Rolf in OG Season 33.
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The Hunger Games Simulation is a play-by-post game on the TV Tropes Forum Games subsection, launched by Arcada 188, and it's Exactly What It Says on the Tin: a simulator of The Hunger Games. The Original Generation hosted 250 seasons and saw more than 5000 unique "tributes" (combatants) participating. The Reboot, titled Beyond the Possibilities, was launched by The Gamechanger here.

The mechanics are pretty complicated, but still simple enough for newer users. Players nominate two characters as tributes eachnote , then once a sufficient amount has been reached (at least 24, with bigger games possible in multiples of 12 and a maximum of 48), a chosen player "runs" the simulator. Once they have a "good save"note , they screenshot it and send both the screens and the save privately to the host of the season, who will then narrate the events of the season to the other users in several updates, usually ranging around 2 - 4 days in real life. Starting from OG Season 12 onwards, players can also suggest custom events.

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Anyone can join, but please note that usage of the Text Formatting Rules is very recommended (if not outright mandatory) to help everyone, due to problems rising from broken events and others throughout the HGS history.

After the end of each season, the top three contestants and the most murderous are placed in the Hall of Fame for future reference. The OG and Reboot Hall of Fames can found in the Recap pages here and here, and HGS Databases which document every single tribute submitted along with other stats can be found here and here for the OG, and here for the Reboot.OG Status  Reboot Status 

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A Spin-Off thread where the players are free to run their own seasons can be found here. The Loose Canon RP Spin-Off, titled Convergence, can be found here.


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     Save Runner Guidelines 
  1. No saves with an early arena event. These tend to wipe out an absurdly large number of tributes in the first few days, causing seasons to either end quickly or drag on with a few tributes left and low death rates in between.
  2. invokedAbsolutely NO saves in which children or underage characters in general are involved in squicky/NSFW events. The save must be re-run, and if it has to be posted on the thread as a gag save, then it must be tagged with a Content Warning. Tributes who don't look their age and/or are nonhuman are not excused.


This Forum Game provides examples of:

     Tropes A - M 
  • Black Comedy:
    • The mass death in OG Season 16, caused by Murder Kittens.
    • In OG Season 181, Wander cracked open a cold one right as the other Wander note  died of thirst.
    • In the post-season gag save of OG Season 213, Mokap set up a kissing booth, but no other tribute showed up. It seems he was so upset because of it that he went into a suicide booth the very next day.
    • In Reboot Season 26, Kolin killed herself because she couldn't find an Arby's.
  • Black Dude Dies First:
    • In OG Season 8, Finn was killed off immediately during the Bloodbath, courtesy of a back stab by Trevor Phillips.
    • OG Season 16 saw Snoop Dogg as its first casualty, having been dispatched by Duke Weaselton's poison dart.
    • In OG Season 98, the Demopan was killed alongside Robot Santa and the souls of every human who ever lived via Big the Cat's explosive in the first fatal event of the season.
    • OG Season 236 gave us Louis being fatally stabbed with a butterfly knife by Meowth in the Bloodbath.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Several events involve the tributes breaking the Wall itself, or even interacting with their nominators, including killing them for nominating them in the first place.
  • Butt-Monkey:
    • Dragon Ball characters, Undertale characters, Disney characters, Homestuck characters, and Kars were considered this during the earlier seasons of the Original Generation, usually being killed off either very quickly or in an undignified fashion. However, the successes of many tributes from the first four works eventually dispelled this status. Nappa's win in OG Season 11, along with Asriel getting third place in OG Season 21, Mufasa's victory in the season right after, and the Draconian Dignitary's triumph in OG Season 132, helped to dispell this theory. Kars, on the other hand, has maintained his status as this throughout all of his appearances.... until OG Season 243, where he finally got out of his losing streak by getting 2nd Place.
    • Also, superpowered or simply extremely powerful characters, who most often die first or die at the hands of a character much weaker than them.
    • Special mention goes to Super Vegito, who has died in the bloodbath of three out of the eight seasons that he was nominated for. Gohan follows closely behind, having failed to dodge his way out of certain death in three different seasons.
    • Ever since the input of Ben 10 tributes starting in OG Season 140, it seems that the simulator's RNG just really hates them. There have been many of them (more if you count the bootleg Ben, Ten 10, and when you note that the Ectonurite Twins and all four members of Shag Carpeting were nominated as one tribute), four of which having died in the Bloodbath, one who died on Day One, and one who died on Night One. Just about all of them aside from a few died unceremoniously and without a single kill to speak for. At least three of them were also on the receiving end of The Worf Effect. Azmuth proved to be a fair exception in Season 179, where he got three kills and managed to make it to Night Seven. He actually ended up being The Scrappy for that season, due to how much of a Jerkass he was.
      • In OG Season 205, the aforementioned bootleg dubiously breaks this curse by actually winning the season and tying for Most Kills, making HGS history by becoming the very first tribute even remotely related to Ben 10 to snag a place in the Hall of Fame. However, the RNG so far doesn't seem to have counted his win as a curse breaker, as subsequent Ben 10 tributes after him went right back to performing poorly, and he didn't make the Hall of Fame again in Battle Royale that featured him.
      • The Ben 10 Curse really came to a head in OG Season 247, where it was nominated as an actual tribute and WON.
      • The Reboot, on the other hand finally saw the curse being broken, when Azmuth placed third in Reboot Season 4, becoming the first canon Ben 10 tribute to place in the Hall of Fame while Malware became the first champion by claiming first place in Season 7.
    • Although several My Hero Academia tributes had been nominated over the course of at least 30 seasons, only two of them made it on the Hall of Fame - Tomura Shigaraki, a villain, and Rabbit, a fanmade incarnation of the popular Villain Izuku Midoriya archetype who was forced to do villain work at a very young age. The rest of the nominated tributes tended to die really early and/or in an undignified fashion. This has been dubbed the “MHA Hero Curse”, as the time a hero or hero-in-training from MHA enters the Hall of Fame remained to be seen. As of OG Season 231, however, heroes in training Eijirou Kirishima and Katsuki Bakugou, who were nominated as one tribute, seem to have broken this curse... to an extent. Although they’d just barely managed to scrape a podium finish, they got there at the cost of suffering from Adaptational Villainy, cemented by destroying literally E V E R Y T H I N G. Thus, even though they’re technically heroes of My Hero Academia who finally secured a spot on the Hall of Fame, by the time they got there, they were essentially villains.
      • Four seasons later, pro hero Enji “Endeavour” Todoroki scored a spot on the Hall of Fame as well - but he, too, suffered from Adaptational Villainy, as it was his high body count that cemented him as the season’s most murderous.
      • The curse is more-or-less truly broken as of OG Season 242, where Shota Aizawa placed second, with two kills. While he did go against his heroic code by killing two tributes, he otherwise remained mostly heroic, and his crimes can’t be reasonably compared to Endeavour’s or Eijirou and Katsuki’s.
    • It seems that Fuyuhiko Kuzuryuu can never catch a break. He was killed by a cupcakenote during OG Season 141, his first appearance, and from there he continued to suffer from early or unceremonious deaths despite his status as a Yakuza and being nominated fairly often. It doesn’t help that his classmate Kazuichi Souda placed second and tied for the most kills in OG Season 179, while his sister Natsumi scored the most kills in OG Season 217 (where he died in the Bloodbath; she didn’t take it very well) despite him being nominated alongside them in both cases. What’s more, in a lost save for OG Season 238 that was intended to be a canon season, he ended up getting the most kills. He earns a spot on the Hall of Fame at last in OG Season 248, placing second.
  • Cardboard Prison: There are some events where a tribute goes to jail, but it's almost always implied that they escape on the next day/night.
  • Carnivore Confusion: In OG Season 174, Molly, a duck, munches on a bucket of popcorn chicken.
  • Chained to a Railway: Some tributes try to kill others this way, but their victims are sometimes rescued.
  • Characters Dropping Like Flies: Arena Events often slaughter massive numbers of tributes, but the biggest bloodshed in the entire history of the Games happened on the first day of OG Season 87, where a massacre caused by the phantom of Mahatma Gandhi brought up the body count to the record-breaking 39.
  • Chekhov's Gag: Sometimes an event that happened previously can be used to explain the outcome of a future one.
    • In OG Season 208, at least two Chekhovs Guns went off at the same time in Day 8, where Queen Tyr'ahnee (who was implied to have gained Magical Girl powers) fought and won against 5 other tributes, including the blindnote  Adine. Had the latter not have been blinded by previous events, Tyr'ahnee may have lost that bout.
  • Child Soldiers: Since the minimum age for tributes in the canonical Hunger Games is 12, any tribute younger than this, or at least childlike in appearance, counts as this trope.
  • Christmas Episode: OG Seasons 101, 102, 191, and Reboot Season 21 all had tributes with a winter or Christmas theme. In case of the first two, it was like a two-part Christmas Special because of the first one ending two days before the holiday itself.
  • Chromosome Casting: The casts of OG Seasons 154 and 235 are mostly dads, with some of them bringing their sons along. Fitting for the Father's Day Specials.
  • Clumsy Copyright Censorship: One of the possible death events involves a tribute being hit by a copyright violation, even if they're not copyrighted in the first place.
  • Color Motif: There've been two seasons where everyone was of the same color: OG Season 109, where everyone was yellow; and OG Season 210, where everyone was green.
  • The Corrupter: Tzeentch fit the bill in OG Season 8, recruiting a number of other Tributes to his cult. All of them died except Dawn Bellwether.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: It's actually rare for a tribute to not die in this fashion.
  • Cuddle Bug: Tributes who get involved in a lot of hugging events can be this if they're on the giving end, like Tsukasa Hiiragi in OG Season 53 and WALUIGI in OG Season 104.
  • Cute and Psycho: Any tributes with a high body count that are considered to be cute where they come from. And boy, are there too many to count. Amongst the most notorious in the Original Generation are Mort, Chloe Price, Judy Hopps, Cho Chang, Jerry, Marlin, Dory, Nemo, Brittany, Eleanor and Yoshi.
    • Special mention goes to Cure Echo, who won OG Season 19 with the most kills as well. How does she conclude the season? By chopping off the limbs of Jeremy Clarkson, the sole remaining contestant besides her.
      • In the next two seasons she appeared in, she tied with other tributes for most kills as well, making her one of the most lethal tributes in the game.
    • Liechtenstein in OG Season 27 is notable for having killed - or at least injured; it's hard to tell - her adopted older brother Switzerland. She's also tied with several other tributes for most kills, which is particularly jarring since she's one of the cutest and nicest girls in Hetalia.
    • There's also Mikuru, who ended OG Season 33 with a bang by blowing up Bulma and Kratos. She's one of the last people you'd expect to ever kill even one person, but in her season of the Hunger Games, she kills seven and wins the season.
    • OG Season 96 gives us Tiny Tina, who was already canonically a few sandwiches short of a picnic, managing to skewer all of humanity, Sephiroth, and Gordon Ramsay with an energy spear.
    • OG Season 105 gives us the youngest mass murderer in the OG, Pound Cake, a pegasus foal who skewered three tributes with an energy spear, pulled out his sword from Warrick Chopper's abdomen, stabbed Neil deGrasse Tyson to death, and pummeled Grunkle Stan, among others.
  • Cuteness Overload: One of the custom events involves a tribute dying of heart failure because they find another tribute too adorable. Hilarity Ensues when the other tribute isn't even remotely cute.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: A rather odd example occurs in OG Season 141, where Bill Cipher subjects Nagito Komaeda to an ironic Fate Worse than Death using his powers. The two of them form an unlikely alliance straight afterwards, and spend the next few phases helping each other out and hanging out until Bill gets killed in a ball pit.
  • Demonic Possession: In one of the custom events, a tribute possesses another tribute's body and uses it to kill a third tribute.
  • Denser and Wackier: As the seasons progressed, more and more silly custom events were implemented, and some of the tributes started to become... unorthodox by Simulation standards.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Occurs whenever a character deemed to be a God or Godlike being in their source material is killed off by someone way below their weight class. Examples include Giygas getting pushed off a cliff by the rapper Viper, Chloe Price tracking down and killing the Divine Personification of Art (who had earlier been enslaved by a Shroob Mook), Dr. Robotnik somehow killing the Hunger Games Simulator itself by total accident, Katana disembowling SCP-682 before going on to strangle Dark Star, Frieza bashing Nocturnal's face in with a steel chair, and of course, the infamous killing of Tzeentch by Dr. Fossil, a senile dinosaur. There's also the three-time case of Super Vegito being killed in the opening Bloodbaths of OG Seasons 14, 15 and 173.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Sometimes, tributes retaliate harshly to petty things done to them by others by killing them.
    • In OG Season 179, it was down to the final three, which consisted of Kazuichi Souda, Panther Cap, and Croire. It was Night Nine when Croire was told to go get them all some supplies. They were unamused when she came back with only a banana. Panther Cap was so unamused, in fact, that he killed Croire the very next day. Even Kazuichi, who had been just as murderous as Panther Cap at that point, called him a monster for it. That night, Panther Cap killed Kazuichi for calling him ugly, sealing his victory.
    • In OG Season 183, Kurogiri groans at an incredibly corny joke that Russ Cargil made. The very next day, Russ kills Kurogiri by punching a hole in his chest.
      • In that same season, OW THE EDGE destroyed Shere Khan's computer. Shere Khan then proceeded to stretch him to death the next day.
    • In OG Season 224, Fisher kills a Droste Image with a herring after it accidentally read his porn magazine the night before.
    • In OG Season 231, Eijirou Kirishima and Katsuki Bakugou has a "Your Mom" battle against everything that has existed, is existing, and will exist. The jokes were so offending to the former that they straight up destroyed E V E R Y T H I N G.
  • The Dividual: Two or more characters nominated as a whole are counted as one "tribute."
  • Driven to Suicide: Sometimes, it's all too much for a tribute, which results in them taking their own life.
  • Early Installment Weirdness:
    • Some of the earlier seasons in the Original Generation pale in comparison to the later ones since custom events weren't implemented until OG Season 12.
    • Many of the earlier seasons were rife with early arena events because the rules for making a "good save" weren't standardized until many seasons later.
    • The earlier seasons also had a rudimentary hosting format. Bulletted lists weren't used and deaths weren't spoilered.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Some of the tributes are this to begin with, while others transform into them during a season, such as Starlight Glimmer in OG Season 146 and Rose Quartz in Reboot Season 22.
  • Epic Fail: Any tribute who dies in the bloodbath by stepping off their podium too soon counts as this.
  • Eye Scream: Several events involve the tribute losing one or both of their eyes, or even going blind, whether it's self-inflicted or otherwise.
  • The Family That Slays Together: Some tributes nominated with their family members are this, particularly if they're nominated as one tribute. Examples include Marlin and Nemo in OG Seasons 173 and 179; and Princesses Twilight Sparkle, Celestia, Luna and Cadance (the latter of whom are also Royally Screwed Up) in OG Season 219.
  • Fantasy Kitchen Sink: The Games welcomes a rather diverse cast of characters, including, among other things, monsters, anthropomorphic animals, superhumans, gods, aliens, otherworldly beings, ordinary people, countryballs, entire sports teams, tropers, real-world animals, inanimate objects, and abstract concepts.
  • Fatal Method Acting: In-Universe. One custom event has six tributes reenacting a Shakespearean tragedy, where one of the actors kills everyone else.
  • Filler: Gag saves, which were first implemented in OG Season 93note , carry the main purpose of tiding the players over while the canon season is being ran. While some of them are lackluster because they usually have early arena events, some of them are actually good; so good, in fact, that some players wish that they were the canon season.
  • Forgot About His Powers:
    • Kirby seems to suffer from this, whether or not he has a Copy Ability.
      • In OG Season 14, he could've just inhaled the rope that Dr. Canus was using to strangle him.
      • In OG Season 110, he jumped off the wrong ledge while skiing, when he could've used his parasol to break his fall.
      • In OG Season 192, he didn't consider gaining a Copy Ability from eating a cockroach.
      • In OG Season 204, he didn't think about discarding his Copy Ability in order to eat some fettuccine, which somehow teamed up with R.O.B and the Supremacy to kill him during the Feast.
      • Averted in OG Seasons 241 and 242, where for once, he didn't forget to use his powers and got 2nd Place with Freddy Kreuger in the former and got the most kills in the latter as Swiss Army Kirby.
      • In Reboot Season 40, he ate a tube of Superglue... only to choke on it.
    • In OG Season 14, a Jackal Ranger is pushed off a cliff and killed. This is in spite of the Jet Pack that all Covenant Rangers wear.
    • It happens again in OG Season 21, with the victim this time being Fidget, which is even worse, as she naturally has wings and is canonically afraid of heights.
    • OG Season 174 has Shinryu, who was pushed off a cliff by Yoshimitsu, who told him to fly. Despite the fact that he has wings and is a very powerful dragon, he fails to do so.
    • In OG Season 182, Mami Tomoe and Maleficent practice parkour, only for Maleficent to mess up and fall to her death, despite the fact that she can turn into a dragon and also could have used her own teleportation abilities to save herself. In the same season, Future Trunks attempted to dropkick Egon Spengler off a cliff, only to miss and plummet to his death despite the fact that he can fly.
    • In OG Season 204, Tsuyu Asui and Brutalmoose practice parkour, only for Tsuyu to misjudge the distance and fall to her death despite her frog-related Quirk and being a particularly athletic jumper in her respective canon.
  • Four Is Death:
    • In general, whenever a tribute gets the 4th Place Curse, where they get 4th place without making the most kills, thus snubbing them of a Hall of Fame placement.
    • In OG Season 81, Magical Kitty Len Len got 4th place and made four kills. Four seasons later, Rio Cop also made the same placement and number of kills as him.
    • In OG Season 205, Jack the Ripper was inputted in District 4, got four killsnote , took 4th place, and tied for the most kills.
    • Inverted in OG Season 216. Day 4 was the only full day that was bloodshed free.
    • In OG Season 225, the four Teletubbies won and accumulated four killsnote .
    • In OG Season 237, Viper foresaw all four Dragon Guardians collectively falling for the 4th Place Curse from buttercup poisoning.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: Done to justify any mix-up with the pictures and names of the tributes.
  • Furry Confusion:
    • In OG Season 161, Snips, a magical talking pony, tames a horse.
    • In OG Season 190, Benjamin Clawhauser, an anthropomorphic cheetah, also tries taming a horse like Snips did, only to be trampled by it.
    • In OG Season 204, Cat R. Waul, an anthropomorphic cat, gets a pet pomeranian from an unknown sponsor.
  • Gambit Pileup: Naturally. As all tributes aim to come out on top, alliances are made and broken with alarming frequency.
  • Grand Finale: OG Season 250 was this for the first thread, culminating with all the previous tributes and their souls being nominated as two separate tributes.
  • Groin Attack: One custom event involves a tribute driving off another tribute by delivering a kick to their groin.
  • Halloween Episode: OG Seasons 82, 177, and Reboot Season 11 all had tributes who were scary or Halloween-themed. However, the first one suffered a Schedule Slip and began the day after the holiday.
  • Handicapped Badass: Tributes who are blind, deaf, amputees and/or have some other physical or mental disability and become a podium finisher qualify as these, whether the disability is canonical or brought about during the season. Toph Beifong and Helen Keller are the most notable examples of this, securing a spot on the Hall of Fame despite their blindness and deaf-blindness, respectively.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Quite a lot of tributes die because of their own antics.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Occasionally, one tribute might kill and eat another in a primal craze. Saparmurat Niyazov is one of the many infamous cannibals in the Games, devouring Krizalid two days after the latter killed Forever and served him as a meal in OG Season 88. Niyazov's cooking in the following days was... questionable.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: A tribute can trick another into sparing them to catch the other off-guard.
  • Improbable Weapon User: The Games have seen several tributes who're this. However, the reigning champions are Marlin, Dory and Nemo, who infamously turned this trope into an art form in several of their appearances. Case in point:
  • Instant Gravestone: Whenever an event involving the grave of the latest tribute to die happens at the same time as when said tribute dies.
  • Interspecies Friendship/Interspecies Adoption: Both happen more than once, though not as often as Interspecies Romance.
  • Interspecies Romance: Happens quite often, given the diverse cast of tributes.
  • Karmic Death: Karmic retribution often comes quickly to notoriously murderous tributes, with countless examples.
    • In OG Season 7, May, a Pokémon Trainer, killed Sylveon, a Generation 6 Pokémon, during the Bloodbath. She died of dysentery right after.
    • In OG Season 36, four tributes ganged up on Vincent Valentine after he had pushed Rosalina off a cliff the night before.
    • In OG Season 85, after he had killed the Loud Family earlier, Terry Bogard later wound up being slaughtered and cannibalized in a primal craze by Khan.
    • In OG Season 144, Toriel burned a tree down. Not too long after, Mother Gothel, of all people, took her out by impaling her with a tree branch.
    • In OG Season 169, Papyrus bashed his brother Sans' head in with a mace during the Bloodbath and never showed remorse for it at any point. After being subjected to several karmic hardships beforehand, Djura took him out with an arrow to the head during the Feast.
      • Also in OG Season 169, on Night 6, Chester Bennington found Vi and Doomfist dying, and decided to leave them to their fates. In the next day's Feast, the Cornucopia ate him as retribution.
    • In OG Season 191, The Krampus wrongfully killed the innocent Anna during the Bloodbath. Later in the same day, it got frozen (no pun intended) and shattered by Delibird.
    • In OG Season 195, BTS, a Korean boy band consisting of seven men at their 20s, collectively propose to Riley Andersen, a 12-year-old preteen girl. Riley, despite the polygamy and large age gap, says yes, officially making all of the boys her fiancés, much to the shock and disgust (no pun intended on one of Riley's emotions) of many HGS participants. Fortunately for the audience, at the very next day, Konami decides that child marriage is beyond her standards and kills the BTS members by stabbing each member to death with an icicle.
    • In OG Season 250, after Fluttershy had taken a massive level in jerkass and ruthlessly tormented the other tributes, Ares took it upon himself to put her down with a poisoned blowdart during the Feast.
    • After Hardcase had spent the majority of Reboot Season 19 on a ruthless killing spree, the finale saw Michael put an end to his rampage via a lethally booby-trapped chest.
  • Killed Offscreen: Some events don't show how a tribute died, but only the aftermath. Some are from natural causes, while others imply that another tribute killed them.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: One custom event has a tribute screaming their name loudly as they charge at five other tributes, getting themselves killed.
  • Lethal Chef: One custom event has a tribute try using a flamethrower to cook, with another tribute getting too close and being burnt up as a result.
  • Lethal Joke Character: In general, any tribute who isn't, for lack of a better term, a conventional tribute (e. g. an inanimate object) that ends up making the podium or the most kills at the end of a season.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Occasionally, one tribute will reveal to another that they're long-lost siblings or the former is the latter's parent, leading to some... unusual relations. It's worse if both of them are already related or in a relationship.
  • The Lost Lenore: Given the nature of the Games, any romantic relationship established in any season is doomed to end in tragedy one way or another, and what typically happens is that one half of the couple gets killed off. Sometimes, however, the death leaves a notable impact on the tribute’s surviving lover. There are at least three notable cases of this happening: Corrin!Revaryk’s grief over the death of her lover Mettaton in OG Season 84, the way Tomura Shigaraki copes with the death of his lover Emperor Zurg in OG Season 183, almost 100 seasons later, and Kazuichi Souda’s Heroic BSoD and possible suicide following the death of his lover Donkey Kong.
  • Mad Bomber: Any tribute that amasses a large number of kills using explosives could be considered one of these.
  • Massive Multiplayer Crossover: More than 5000 characters from various works compete in the Games.
  • Mercy Kill: Characters will often ask for this to be their fate. Most of the time, the other character doesn't go through with it. But sometimes, the other character will reluctantly agree to do it.

     Tropes N - Z 

     Tropes Exclusive to Convergence 
  • Cult: The Gospel of Alchemy, Science, and Knowledge, or GASK, is an evil cult who was responsible for the games in the first place.
  • Made of Evil: Valecor is an Exterrerian, a being made of literal invoked Nightmare Fuel as a result of an experiment by Scientist Dave. GASK also experimented on these creatures in the OG timeline, but they failed because the beings weren't intelligent enough.
  • Loose Canon: While Convergence takes place concurrently with the canon seasons, several liberties are taken with some parts of the canon to make the story work, like President Snow's many deaths becoming Snowclones being killed and several tributes not actually dying despite being stated to do so.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: In Reboot Season 41, the entire Legion of Doom got electrocuted by the Force Field because of gravity reversal, but in Convergence, some of the members survived thanks to GASK and Valecor's intervention.
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