Written by Tracee Orman, Lynn Harpoeth, & Adam Spunberg
Created by Adam Spunberg & Shylah Addante
Designed by Sam Cushion





Your heart beats quickly as you find yourself lifted into the arena on your silver platform. The bright sunlight blinds you for a split second until your eyes adjust to see the other 23 tributes circled before you. And there she is, Hermione Granger, looking scared and anxious, but she's also ferociously determined. Just the sight of her makes your heart race!

You recall a line from a book by that Muggle Tolstoy. Anna Karenina, you believe it was called. Avoiding looking at her as at the sun, but seeing her, as one does the sun, without looking. Yes, that is Hermione for you. So wondrous, you feel her lovely presence always.

But she should be looking at you and not at that red-haired ginger, Ron Weasley. How on earth could she prefer Weasley over the handsome looks of you? Well, she'll change her mind after you win the Games. Of course, that also means she'll be dead...

Well, this is not the time to think about such things. You must decide which direction to turn when the gong sounds in any second. Whatever the cost, you must be prepared; if you are not ready at the gong, you may never reach the Cornucopia. You look toward the giant golden horn to see if there is anything that would show Hermione that you are, indeed, the man for her. The man intending to win the Games. In the center of the Cornucopia, you see some wands and hope yours is there.

And then, peeking out from under a Beater's bat, you see a vial of love potion. Amortentia! Just what you need. Perfect. It will certainly guarantee Hermione will fawn all over you. Of course, instead, you could show off your athleticism by running away from the Cornucopia, which could attract her attention, but it could also portray you as a coward.

Should you:
A.) Go to the cornucopia
or
B.) Run away