In her first games, Johanna Mason had pretended to be the underdog of the tributes, acting weak and fragile while in reality, she was strong and sly, much to the surprise of her fellow tributes. This technique allowed her to remain in the games for much longer because she was passed off as weak and somebody who would be easy to kill later on. She proved them wrong, of course, by winning the games.
What? They can’t hurt me, there’s no one left I love.
Johanna is incredibly perceptive, sarcastic and brash. She speaks her mind, regardless of the consequences, or who she hurts. While Johanna has a very hard exterior, she definitely understands the greater good of the districts and would lay down her life for freedom.
I’m not like the rest of you. There’s no one left I love.
She was one of the youngest tributes ever reaped in Hunger Games history and her agility with an axe resonates throughout Panem. Sly. Savage. Sangfroid. These are just a few of the adjectives tossed around to describe Mason, who’s known for disarming her victims by feigning weakness