"How similar are the battle strategies of Ender Wiggin and Katniss Everdeen? … WIRED scoured the books, consulted military history, and talked to Navy chief petty officer Timothy Bruns, the military adviser on Ender’s Game, for insight into how these two young freedom fighters stack up.”
The Games are afoot — it’s the military-strategy comparison of Ender and Katniss you never knew you were waiting for. Turns out she plays defense and he plays offense, but they’re both killer at reading the enemy’s weaknesses.
h/t: Bookriot. photos: Summit Entertainment and Murray Close/Lionsgate, via WIRED.

"How similar are the battle strategies of Ender Wiggin and Katniss Everdeen? … WIRED scoured the books, consulted military history, and talked to Navy chief petty officer Timothy Bruns, the military adviser on Ender’s Game, for insight into how these two young freedom fighters stack up.”

The Games are afoot — it’s the military-strategy comparison of Ender and Katniss you never knew you were waiting for. Turns out she plays defense and he plays offense, but they’re both killer at reading the enemy’s weaknesses.

h/t: Bookriot. photos: Summit Entertainment and Murray Close/Lionsgate, via WIRED.

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    Yes pls.
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    Interesting.
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    Huh. Interesting comparison. I mean, Ender’s Game is far superior in terms of the book, and I really don’t know why...