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A large behemoth of a tribute, JaKhel's large size will get him through many situations.

–Description of JaKhel, The Hunger Games

JaKhel  is a character in the Faux Paradise: The 77th Hunger Games, where he serves as a secondary antagonist. He was a tribute from District 9, choosing to not join an alliance. He was a dry, easily annoyed tribute with an aggressive nature. He participated in the 77th Hunger Games, where he died on the 10th day to Sarah Copperfield.

The Hunger GamesEdit

Training CenterEdit

Sure. It's not like I needed less room or anything...

–JaKhel complains about Lucia boarding the elevator., The Hunger Games

In the Training Center, JaKhel and his fellow tributes train and prepare for the Games.

In the series, JaKhel trains alone. He meets Denshi Mikisa on the elevator, bragging to the latter abotu his skills as a basketball player. When Lucia enters the elevator, JaKhel complains about being cramped. When offered to join the Capitol's Bane, JaKhel leaves in a hurry for unknown reasons. His training score ends up being a 8, with an odds of 10-1.

InterviewEdit

District 9 shows off the largest tribute of all, the towering JaKhel. Although he was good in basketball, many say he underperformed in his training session, causing him to get angry and walk off stage in a very controversial fashion.

–JaKhel's interview description., The Hunger Games

JaKhel gets mad during his interview when asked about his training score, leaving during it.

Cornucopia BloodbathEdit

Like most of the other tributes, JaKhel runs toward the cornucopia and fights for supplies. He first ends up getting into a fight with Tobias and Jacqueline, managing to best them despite being double teamed. As he escapes the cornucopia, he kills the District 6 Female, taking her supplies as he runs. At the bloodbath's end, JaKhel ambushes Sainaru Sutoma, taking the boy hostage and demanding the Capitol's Bane give up their supplies. When they refuse and attempt to shoot JaKhel with a crossbow, he throws Sainaru into the bolt's path, running off.

Hiding OutEdit

JaKhel hides out in multiple spots of the resort island. He is mentioned frequently along with his district partner, though doesn't show back up until the fifth day.

Battle with JacquelineEdit

While using Lucia as bait for the Capitol's Bane, JaKhel arrives on the scene, engaging Jacqueline in combat. Aquarius soon joins in to help his ally out, though JaKhel manages to defeat the careers, destroying the chair that bound Lucia during the chaos. He escapes, Thalia angry that he had gotten away.

Cat and MouseEdit

JaKhel isn't seen or heard from for the next five days, reappearing on the tenth day. While looking for JaKhel, the careers stumble upon his hiding place. When Thalia incorrectly guesses his hiding spot, JaKhel, who had been camouflaged in the sand, springs up, throwing her down. He is then confronted by Jacqueline and Sarah, and a chase ensues. JaKhel flees, leading the two girls into the resort, where he hides in one of the rooms, waiting.

DeathEdit

He sees Jacqueline coming down the hall, and when she's close enough, JaKhel opens a door, hitting Jacqueline. Before she can recover, JaKhel follows up with a killing blow, breaking Jacqueline's neck with a mace strike. Sarah arrives to the chaos, growing enraged at Jacqueline's demise. JaKhel fights with Sarah for several minutes, but the girl's fury proves too much for him to handle, and he's struck down by the girl. He placed 8th of 24.

PersonalityEdit

JaKhel is a cocky, aggressive, and somewhat snarky. He doesn't like being told no, and is not a fan of working together with others, surprising due to his background of being a basketball player in a team sport. He was shown to be dishonorable, using a dirty cheap shot to disable Jacqueline before killing her.

AppearanceEdit

In Faux Paradise: Tshe 77th Hunger Games, JaKhel is depicted as a giant, intimidating man of a tribute. He's dark skinned, standing 7' 0" tall, and weighing 240 pounds. He has broad shoulders and long arms, a heavy torso with major muscle tone, normal hips, and strong legs. His black hair is medium-length with a thick texture. He has an disaproving face with a low chin, and his antagonizing, deadly eyes are brown. His nose is modest and he has big lips. He usually wears street clothes. His particularly noticeable features are his giant figure and muscled physique.

AbilitiesEdit

  • Strength: JaKhel's was a very strong tribute, capable of tossing Jacqueline several feet rather easily. He managed to knock Aquarius, a big career tribute, off his feet. He also was able to wrestle down Thalia quickly, and had enough power to use a door to nearly knock out Jacqueline.
  • Speed: JaKhel's life of playing basketball and having long legs allowed him to reach speeds much higher than the average tribute. He was able to evade the careers by running on multiple occasions.
  • Wit: JaKhel was somewhat smart, knowing to throw Sainaru into the crossbow bolt and to lead Jacqueline into a trap.

EquipmentEdit

  • Flail: JaKhel was armed with a flail, a heavy spiked ball on a chain. He killed the 6 female with it, and used it until Day 5, when he lost it during his fight with Jacqueline and Aquarius.
  • Mace: JaKhel stole Aquarius' mace during his day 5 fight, using it the remainder of the games. He slew Jacqueline with the mace, before he himself was killed.

AffiliationsEdit

AlliesEdit

EnemiesEdit

Killed VictimsEdit

Ther list shows tshe victims JaKhel has killed:

RelationshipsEdit

Denshi MikisaEdit

JaKhel's relationship with Denshi was minor, the two having a decent conversation during an elevator ride at the training center. During the games, it seems any positivity they had was gone, with JaKhel blowing Denshi off as just another threat.

AppearancesEdit

Appearances for JaKhel

In chronological order:

TriviaEdit

  • JaKhel placed 8th out of 24 in the games, preceding his district parnter by 1 day.
  • He was the only tribute to kill a member of each alliance in the games (Jacqueline of the careers, Sainaru of the Capitol's Bane, and the 6 Female, a loner).