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What is the BEST example of the situational irony surrounding Cato’s death?
The body armor is supposed to protect Cato, but it actually makes his death slower and more painful.
Cato trained his whole life to win the games, and he lost when he was almost at the very end.
The mutts were scared of Cato when they were people in the games but now they are attacking him.
Peeta is a much weaker competitor than Cato but beat him anyway.
Katniss thought she would try to attack Cato in the beginning of the games and ended up waiting until the end.