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Whenever a tribute wins a Hunger Games simulation round, it is believed that there is a pose to go along with the declaration of victory.

– Word of Birdietalk Productions, DeviantArt

Whenever a tribute wins a Hunger Games simulator round, there is a pose he or she does to celebrate that victory.

The ListEdit

The list of victory poses is below. Characters are in alphabetical order.

AmyEdit

This Total Drama character has multiple options for a victory pose.

  • The normal option is smirking.
  • If Amy's last victim is Samey, she will mock her.

BrionneEdit

This Pokemon character only has one option for a victory pose. This is a dancing pose. As the dance continues, Brionne creates many water balloons.

Dean AmbroseEdit

This WWE character only has one option for a victory pose. As he throws up two victory signs, he boasts over winning and adds that the viewers must prepare for the next victory in his already long list of them.

DragonlordEdit

This Dragon Quest character only has one option for a victory pose. This pose is a resemblance to his victory pose from Fortune Street, except that he unleashes Absolute Darkness powers as he is laughing. This darkness can get more intense, depending on how high his kill count is.

EllaEdit

This Total Drama character only has one option for a victory pose. She sings a song of victory, in a similar fashion to Mary's victory pose.

Mary CanaryEdit

This LTIB character only has one option for a victory pose. She sings a song of victory, in a similar fashion to Ella's victory pose.

PrimarinaEdit

This Pokemon character only has one option for a victory pose. This pose is a resemblance to Oceanic Operetta's start-up sequence, except that Primarina is not really performing the move.

Roman ReignsEdit

This WWE character only has one option for a victory pose. He first performs his skyward shout taunt. Then he throws two victory signs up into the air as he screams again.

Sam JayEdit

This LTIB character has multiple options for a victory pose.

  • The normal option is a victory tantrum.
  • If Sam exceeds 10 kills, the tantrum is incredibly violent.
  • If Sam's last victim is Scotty, he will taunt him instead of throwing a tantrum.

ScarlettEdit

This Total Drama character has multiple options for a victory pose.

  • Pacifist Victory (No Kills): She just jots down notes, smirking at her victory.
  • If Scarlett's kill count is from the range of 1 to 9: Some of her hairs may be out of place, depending on how high her kill count is. Her eyes turn red if the kill count is high enough. She still smirks, commenting that her victims are thankful she did not go all the way.
  • If Scarlett's kill count is 10 or more: She has snapped and revealed her true self. Instead of smirking, she laughs over her victims. This starts low, but it quickly builds up to an evil and raucous show of triumph that echoes throughout the arena.

SrigneEdit

This Starly Wrestler has multiple options for a victory pose.

  • The normal option has him crossing his wings.
  • If Srigne exceeds 10 kills, Roman Reigns will let loose. Cue the transition from crossing arms into Reigns's victory pose (See above.).

Zira BrownEdit

This LTIB character has only one option for a victory pose. She points fingers forward with both hands, moves them in the fashion of a Z shape, then transitions into double victory signs.

InterruptionsEdit

Some factors can interrupt a victory pose. These are listed below.

  • Character cries himself or herself to sleep. He or she will continue to cry until Chris McLean reveals the victory.
  • Character constructs a shack. He or she will wait until the shack is complete.
  • Character goes to sleep. He or she will be woken up by Chris McLean.
  • Character daydreams. The dream is of the victory pose.
  • Character has a nightmare. Chris McLean will comfort him or her by revealing the victory.
  • Character passes out. He or she cannot do the victory pose at all.
  • Character hunts for others. He or she eventually finds Chris McLean, who reveals the victory.
  • Character eats food. He or she will not perform the victory pose until the food is finished off.
  • Character randomly starts chirping. The chirps eventually turn into a tune of victory, negating the victory pose that would've been performed normally.
  • Character climbs a tree to rest. The victory pose is performed on top of the tree.

The GalleryEdit