It was time for The Hunger Games again, and just like every year, she sat down and watched, hoping that this year would be the last year that innocent people were killed. It was the year of the 75th Annual Hunger Games, the year of the 3rd Quarter Quell. She hated seeing the two tributes who defied the Capitol, as her district had done themselves, thrown back into the arena. She hated it even more when Peeta let it drop that Katniss was pregnant. She hated it more than she thought was humanly possible when she realized, at the end of day two, that The Games would be over in the next 24 hours, if things kept going at the same rate. Either Katniss or Peeta would have to die, and it was very possible that both of them could die.
So, when the girl heard President Coin shout into her receiver, “Get them out. Now!”, she was overjoyed. She was even happier when she realized that both Katniss and Peeta could live, as long as the Capitol didn’t destroy him first.
So when Peeta arrived in District 13, she was ecstatic. She was part of the team that helped him frost the cake for Finnick and Annie’s wedding.
Later, she would jump at the opportunity to serve in the so-called “Star Squad” with Katniss, Finnick, her sister, and later, Peeta.
When a poisoned spike lodged itself in her brain, Leeg wasn’t sad that she was going to die. Instead, she felt relieved. Relieved that the rebellion lived on, and that there wouldn’t be any more Hunger Games, as long as Katniss and Peeta lived.