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Chantra's Survivor Series
Survivor: Guyana
Survivor guyana logo
Genre Reality Competition
Winner

Jordonk

No. of Episodes 13
No. of Days 39
No. of Castaways 16
Tribes

Kanaku

Acarai

Season Run
Start Date December 23rd, 2013
End Date January 10th, 2014
Chronology
Preceeded by Survivor Mexico: Island Of The Dead
Followed by Survivor: Galapagos

Survivor: Guyana is the 4th installment of the Tengaged Reality Group, Chantra's Survivor Series. It features a cast of 16 brand new players, divided into 2 tribes of 8.

This season featured a twist where there was only 1 idol that both tribes would search for, and is incredibly difficult to find.

This was the first season to feature a tribe swap, on day 11. Players randomly picked rocks which were either orange-colored (Kanaku) or teal-colored (Acarai), indicating their new tribe.


Jordonk won the game after receiving 52.2% of the vote following a 4-4 tiebreaker with rabbaj.


M0nkeymaniac won the title "Hero Of The Season".


Bigbrother101, Rabbaj, and Jordonk all won the titles "Villain Of The Season".


Jordonk won the title "Player Of The Season".



ContestantsEdit

35 candidates applied for this season, but 19 were cut leaving 16 players to play the game. They were then Random.orged into 2 tribes of 8.



                        Contestant                            Original Tribe    Switched Tribe Merged Tribe Finish Total Votes

MoooHades *Moo* (Addison)

Acarai

1st Voted Out

Day 3

6
Rivoux (Carter) Acarai

2nd Voted Out

Day 6

6
Mattyc964 (Matty) Acarai

3rd Voted Out

Day 9

5
MaisyJames (Maisy) Acarai Kanaku

4th Voted Out

Day 12

4
Andalarew_2231 (Andrew) Acarai Acarai

5th Voted Out

Day 15

7
CDeal (CD) Acarai Acarai Rupununi

6th Voted Out

1st Jury Member

Day 18

6
DontVoteMePlease (Daniel) Acarai Kanaku Rupununi

7th Voted Out

2nd Jury Member

Day 21

6

Avatar20 (Nikki)

Kanaku Kanaku Rupununi

Medically Evacuated

3rd Jury Member

Day 24

5
MrFloatingMan (Float) Kanaku Acarai Rupununi

8th Voted Out

4th Jury Member

Day 24

5
MrPokeguy9 (Oli) Kanaku Acarai Rupununi

9th Voted Out

5th Jury Member

Day 27

4
Tuter32 (Zach) Kanaku Acarai Rupununi

10th Voted Out

6th Jury Member

Day 30

5
M0nkeymaniac (Danny) Kanaku Acarai Rupununi

11th Voted Out

7th Jury Member

Day 33

4
Dinosauro27 (Dino)  Kanaku Kanaku Rupununi

12th Voted Out

8th Jury Member

Day 36

6

Bigbrother101 (Dan)

Kanaku Kanaku Rupununi Runner-Up 6
Rabbaj (Rabby) Kanaku Kanaku Rupununi Runner-Up 2
JordonK (Jordon) Acarai Acarai Rupununi Sole Survivor 5
  • On day 11 there was a tribe swap, with players randomly drawing rocks to get their new tribe. Tuter32 picked a special white rock, which meant that whichever tribe won immunity he would join that tribe.
  • Avatar20 was medically evacuated on Day 21 for going inactive for 4+ days without notice.
  • Jordon played a Hidden Immunity Idol on Day 33 on himself, but received no votes.
  • At final tribal on day 39, there was a 4-4 tie between Jordonk and Rabbaj. They went to a tiebreaker poll where Jordonk won with 52.2% of the vote.

The GameEdit

Episode Title Immunity Eliminated Vote Finish
Everyone's Head Seems To Be Properly Screwed On Kanaku MoooHades 6-1-1

1st Voted Out

Day 3

Well Isn't That A Kick In The Head Kanaku Rivoux 5-1-1

2nd Voted Out

Day 6

Better Sooner Than Later Kanaku Mattyc964 5-1

3rd Voted Out

Day 9

We're Not A Happy Family Acarai MaisyJames 4-2

4th Voted Out

Day 12

I'm Not Sure Where I Fit In Kanaku Andalarew_2231 6-1

5th Voted Out

Day 15

Stick Together Until We Have To Break Rabbaj CDeal 6-3-1-1

6th Voted Out

1st Jury Member

Day 18

Bounce Bullets Off My Back Tuter32 DontVoteMePlease 5-2-1-1-1

7th Voted Out

2nd Jury Member

Day 21

There Is Major Scrambling Going On None Avatar20 No Vote

Medically Evacuated

3rd Jury Member

Day 24

There Is Major Scrambling Going On (Part 2) Jordonk MrFloatingMan 4-2-1-1

8th Voted Out

4th Jury Member

Day 24

Let's Make A Deal M0nkeymaniac MrPokeguy9 3-2-2

9th Voted Out

5th Jury Member

Day 27

Take Out Their Ring Leader, Because He Will Win Jordonk Tuter32 3-1

10th Voted Out

6th Jury Member

Day 30

Only The Baddest Remain Rabbaj M0nkeymaniac 3-2 (0)

11th Voted Out

7th Jury Member

Day 33

You Have To Get Blood On Your Hands To Win Jordonk Dinosauro27 2-1-1

12th Voted Out

8th Jury Member

Day 36

Reunion Jury Vote Bigbrother101

4-4-0

52.2%

Runner-Up
Rabbaj Runner-Up
Jordonk Sole Survivor

EpisodesEdit

Episode 1: Everyone's Heads Seem To Be Properly Screwed OnEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players played the traditional Survivor game “Pass the Torch”. A twist this season was a player could secretly grab an idol clue which would make their team have to wait 10 minutes before putting the torch on the pedastool.

       16 excited new players arrived in the French Guyana. They were randomly divided into 2 tribes, Kanaku and Acarai. Chantra then revealed a twist that there would only be 1 idol this season, which means both tribes will be looking for the same idol and it will be exceptionally difficult to find.

       At the Kanaku tribe camp a final 5 alliance was formed between Nikki, Roman, Zach, Oli, and Dan. Nikki quickly became liked by all her tribemates and decided to act like a dumb flirtatious girl until merge, where all gloves would come off. Roman formed two seperate alliances for numbers, one with Danny and the other with Rabby. Though he said that his true loyalty lies with the 5 person alliance. He then said that he wants Dino out for being the only person that he isn’t alligned to. Danny is excited about having his alliance with Roman and also formes one with Nikki. He said that he will just try to be friendly and hope that Kanaku wins all the challenges. He then added that realisticly that won’t happen and so he will have to form a 4 person majority, obvlivious to the majority alliance that was already formed. Oli realized that his tribe was strong and he would have to step up his game to have power in this tribe. Dino feels that Kanaku will dominate strategically, though not sure about physical challenges, and that their tribe is definately good looking. He suspects that Oli and Zach are very tight which might become a problem in the future.

       At the Acarai tribe camp Matty exclaimed that his tribe was stacked. He knew that his tribe would carry him to the merge, but that they were too “happy-go-lucky” for his taste. He said he found their sportsmanship and enthusiasm extremely annoying and would punch them in the face but that wouldn’t be a logical route to victory. He decided he would just act like the good guy until merge. He exclaimed that understanding survivor is easy, just be the good guy and kick it into high gear at merge. Matty then says that his game requires no need to be physical, just a great social and strategic game. He will throw challenges at merge to appear weak and try to find the idol. He finished by saying that the season would be a doosey. Andrew decided to find out who he could and couldn’t trust and began to search without clues for the idol. Carter in a confessional decided that everyone on this season was weak and hideously ignorant. He decided to try to pair up with Maisy, because she seemed to be the only one on the tribe that knew what she was doing, but he would still have to beat her in the end. Daniel started talking to Maisy and Jordon, who told him to not trust Carter, and then a 5 person majority alliance was formed between Daniel, CDeal, Matty, Maisy, and Jordon. Jordon hoped that they could win the challenge to settle kinks in the tribe.

       At the immunity challenge a twist was revealed that when a player had the torch they had the option of receiving a clue to the HII Idol but in doing so they would extend the challenge for 10 minutes. Dan and Rabby from Kanaku secretly took clues, and Matty from Acarai took a clue. After a great start from Acarai, Kanaku pulled ahead due to Jordon and Addison (Moo) (from Acarai) holding the torches for way too long and eventually winning the challenge.

       Back at the Acarai camp Matty decided to keep his clue a secret from the tribe and went searching for the Idol, and was getting more clues but wasn’t able to find it. In the majority alliance Daniel brought up the idea of taking out Moo for asking for the torch and then going inactive. The alliance quickly hopped on board and the plan was sealed. The alliance also thought it would be best to find out who took the idol clue and take them out, but since Matty was the one who found it he tried to convince them that it was someone outside of the majority alliance (Carter, Moo, or Andrew). Matty puts the outsiders together to form a seperate alliance, which he is part of, making him play both sides of the tribe. In a confessional he created a new strategy to throw the challenges so his tribe would go to every tribal and take turns picking off someone from the Outsiders alliance, and then someone from the majority. He said it would be tricky and he needs to not come across as the leader and make his allies think that they are the ones in power. He then said his motivation for this bizarre strategy is if his entire tribe is taken out by merge then he will look weak to everyone else and can weasel his way into Kanaku.

       At tribal council a debate was sparked up between Moo and Carter. Moo thought that it shouldn’t be her fault because she was busy but Carter told her that everyone was notified that there would be a challenge and that her excuse isn’t a good one. Daniel said that everyone who didn’t receive the torch should be nervous and that he hoped his alliance would keep him safe. When debate about who took the idol clue sparked up Matty openly said that he would love to work with the person who found the clue and that the tribe shouldn’t be nervous because the clue really is just a clue, not the actual idol. At the end, the tribe almost unanimously voted out Moo, who held them down in the 1st challenge, by a vote of 6-1-1.

Episode 2: Well Isn't That A Kick In The HeadEdit

Immunity Challenge: Tribes played a survivor style challenge where instead of voting someone off their own tribe, they would vote off someone from the opposite tribe. A player also has the option of using a shield to protect themself if the majority of the opposing tribe votes for them, but if they don’t they will lose the shield and will be left unprotected. Last player left standing wins the challenge for their tribe.

       Back at the Kanaku camp the tribe felt confident about their wins with Rabby saying that everyone on the tribe is All-Stars worthy. Rabby and Dan continued their searches for the idol.

       Back at Acarai camp Maisy told Daniel that they had to take out Carter, though he was the only one that participated in the challenge, he was a snake. In a confessional Daniel said that he sees himself and Maisy as a power duo, because they are the only ones pitching ideas and calling shots while everyone else on the tribe is too lazy to do anything. Carter said that he was gladly voting for Jordan, since she showed up but then disappeared right before the challenge started. Matty approached Daniel nervous about how he didn’t show up to the challenge. Daniel lied to him saying that a lot of people on the tribe were talking about him and he should vote for Carter to save his own skin. In a confessional Matty said that he wasn’t worried because only 1 out of 7 people actually did the challenge and he has the alliance to keep himself from being taken out. He changed his mind about the flipping strategy and decided to stick with his alliance until the merge, and go from there. He also said he wanted Carter gone because his alliance told him that Carter was talking smack about him. CDeal was on board with the plan as well, saying that Carter was too much of a snake, and Carter’s game was too similar to his. CDeal then said he is planning a big move and is waiting for the right moment to strike.

       At tribal council Carter openly blamed Jordon for the loss for disappearing and not helping him in the challenge. Maisy apologized for leaving and said that people that didn’t show up at all should be worried. Several players thought Acarai was doomed and in for a losing streak, while others argued that they can turn things around. In the end, the only active player for the challenge, Carter, was voted out by a vote of 5-1-1. It was obvious the tribe was voting strategically, explaining that they found him to be a snake, despite being a physical asset.

Episode 3: Better Sooner Than LaterEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players will be asked questions about the season location, Guyana. Questions range from geography to notable people to culture. First player to correctly answer a question scores a point for their tribe. First tribe to score 5 points wins immunity.

        Back at the Kanaku Camp, Roman was excited that Kanaku still hasn’t lost a challege. But he said that if they do lose, Dino is gone.

       Back at Acarai spirits were low for losing their 3rd challenge in a row. The core alliance decided to take out Andrew, the last player who wasn’t in the alliance. But then CDeal proposed a plan to take out Matty, a member of the core alliance, a blindside. Daniel wasn’t to excited about the plan to take out Matty, because he views Matty as someone he could manipulate. He also said that the alliance was cutting it close, not sure of who to vote out. His final 2 deal with Maisy was sealed. CDeal wanted to protect Andrew because he and Andrew had been talking since the start of the game, and Andrew told CDeal that he had an idol, a lie, but CDeal believed it. CDeal was also pissed that Daniel acted like he was running the show. Matty began to get nervous that his alliance was being really quiet, suspecting that he may be the one that gets voted out. He decided to start talking to allies a lot more, on personal levels, to gain their trust. He said that if there isn’t a merge after this tribal and his tribe doesn’t win the next immunity, things are going to get interesting.

      At tribal council Maisy defended herself and Jordon saying they should be kept around because they were the only ones that showed up to the challenge. She also apologized to Carter for voting him out despite being an asset but said that she doesn’t regret her decision because he was a threat and untrustworthy, as well as saying that he was aggressive at camp and intimidating after challenges. Andrew knew he was definately on the outs because hardly anyone on the tribe ever talks to him and he hasn’t had good performance in challenges. But in the end a major blindside occured with Matty, a dominant member of the core alliance was blindsided by a vote of 5-1.

Episode 4: We're Not A Happy FamilyEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players were assigned the rolls of a rower, caller, runner or diver. The rowers are blindfolded and the caller had to shout the directions of the way to the flag out in the water to the rower. Once the rowers reach the flag the divers (and rower) must dive down and collect 3 chests, all at different depths. Once all 3 chests are collected the rower must row the canoe back to shore. Once the canoe reaches shore the runner must pick up the chests and run them to their tribe mat. Once all 3 chests are on the mat the runner can raise the flag. First tribe to raise their flag wins immunity.

        All the contestants were told to draw rocks, and Chantra revealed that there will be a tribe swap. Hopes were high and everyone was excited. Nikki, Dino, Daniel, Maisy, Rabby, and Dan all picked orange rocks, putting them on the new Kanaku tribe. CDeal, Andrew, Roman, Danny, Oli, and Jordon all picked Teal Rocks, putting them on the new Acarai tribe. Zach picked a white rock, and Chantra later revealed that since there were 13 players and the tribes couldn’t be evenly divided, in addition to winning immunity, the tribes are playing to get Zach on their tribe. The tribe that wins the challenge will get Zach on their tribe as well.

       Going to the the new Kanaku Camp Dan, Rabby, Dino and Nikki (the original Kanaku) devised a plan to throw the challenge so that when Zach joins Acarai the original Kanaku members will have the majority on both tribes. Nikki said it was ballsy but worth a shot. They also made a backup plan that if they won they would throw the next 2 challenges. This was in order to Zach onto Acarai to unbalance the 3v3 split. They decided that when they lose they will vote out Daniel.

       The challenge was very heated, with Kanaku always staying close behind Acarai. In the end Acarai won the challenge just seconds ahead of Kanaku. While Danny (from Acarai) was standing on shore calling and Dan (from Kanaku) was waiting to run he told Danny about the plan to throw the challenge to give old Acarai members the majority in both tribes.

       Back at the Acarai camp Andrew was ecstatic for finally being on the winning tribe and doing good in the challenge. Danny knew all about the plan for the original Kanaku’s to throw the challenge and hoped that they would vote out Maisy over Daniel because a plan was made for Dan, Danny, and Daniel to allign at merge. Danny said that although the plan seemed fun he was still loyal to Nikki, and would work with her at merge, and maybe Oli as well. He then talked about the original Kanaku’s, saying he wants Dino and Dan out early in the merge, followed by Rabby and Roman. He knew that Rabby and Roman don’t like each other, and would like watching them target each other. He also thought about alligning with Jordon, saying that they both rock at challenges. Danny then tried alligning with Andrew, who was hesitant. He knew that with the addition of Zach on the tribe Kanaku will dominate the tribe, but fears the Roman might flip. Danny again tried searching for the HII Idol, and got closer, but was still unable to find it. Oli thought he was doomed during the swap but after the immunity challenge realized that he was actually in a fairly good position.

       Back at the Kanaku Camp drama was erupting. Daniel tried talking to the original Kanaku members, hoping to gain their trust. The 4 original Kanaku’s (Dan, Rabby, Nikki, and Dino) stuck together and couldn’t decide who to take out, Daniel or Maisy. They speculated that the merge would be at final 10, and hoped that they wouldn’t have to vote each other out before then. Maisy tried telling people to take out Nikki, but Nikki found out and was enraged. She told the Kanaku 4 that it would make sense to take out Maisy, since Daniel was much better at challenges anyways. To break tension Daniel tried forming an alliance with Maisy and Nikki, and he hoped that he wouldn’t lose Maisy, his closest ally through the entire game. Daniel also made an alliance with Rabby, but regretted it because Maisy wanted him out so Daniel would have to backstab him when the time came. He also truly believed that he had managed to keep himself and Maisy safe and an original Kanaku would go home. The Kanaku 4 finally decided they wanted Maisy gone since Daniel was better physically.

       At tribal council the tribe discussed ways that the tribe could split up, a majority alliance, old Kanaku vs old Acarai, strong vs weak in challenges. Both old Acarai’s Daniel and Maisy said they were nervous, because they were after all on the wrong side of the numbers. And they were rightfully nervous, because Maisy was voted out by a vote of 4-2, with the tribe split in shape. Maisy and Nikki got into a heated arguement on Maisy’s way out.

Episode 5: I'm Not Sure Where I Fit InEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players will be asked a series of math questions where math codes are changed from numbers to letters. First person to correctly answer a question scores a point for their tribe. First tribe to 5 points wins immunity.

        At the intense immunity challenge Kanaku won 3 to 1. They were then given the option of giving immunity to Acarai and everyone on the tribe would receive idol clues, but after some debate decided not to and although Acarai had to go to tribal council, everyone received an idol clue.

       Back at the Kanaku camp Rabby regretted throwing the previous immunity challenge, saying the true reason for it was to take out Dan, but since that didn’t follow through he will just have to stick with Dan for a little longer. Daniel was excited that he didn’t have to go to tribal because he knew that he would have been next to go and that doing well in challenges can prove his worth. He was upset that his closest ally Maisy was voted out and said that the new Kanaku tribe is stupid, and hoped their stupidity wasn’t contagious. Rabby continued searching for the idol.

       At the Acarai camp everyone was searching for the idol, Danny and Oli getting even closer. Oli was proud that he scored a point because he said he wasn’t good at math. He also felt secure of his position on the tribe. The original Kanaku’s decided they want Andrew gone for being the weakest of the 3 original Acarai on the tribe. CDeal also said he wants so start planning a big move to put him in control. Roman said that although Andrew was weak, so was Zach and probably would have been a target had he not become a swing vote. Zach decided to stick with his original tribe of Kanaku’s and decided that he wanted to go to the end with Rabby and Oli. Danny hoped Roman and Zach won’t flip for the vote.

       At tribal council Zach was asked what position the white rock twist put him in. Zach said that it made him a swing vote, entering a tribe of 3 Kanaku’s and 3 Acarai’s. CDeal said that he had to be more careful among his tribemates seeing as how Maisy, an old Acarai was voted out of Kanaku the previous tribal council. Players suspected that a merge would come soon. Danny mentioned that almost everyone on the tribe was searching for the idol. In the end, Andrew was unanimously voted out by a vote of 6-1.

Episode 6: Stick Together Until We Have To BreakEdit

Immunity Challenge: Contestants played a version of Survivor memory, where they had to find matching figures in a set of 32 tiles. If they get a match, they score a point. First player to reach 4 points wins immunity.

       Both tribes enter and Chantra announces that the tribes have merged. He tosses everyone black buffs and reveals that their new tribe name is Rupununi. He also hands them chests full of food and says that one of the food items has a clue to the Hidden Immunity Idol.

        Back at the Rupununi tribe camp everyone was excited about the merge, and feasted on the food they were given. While cutting open a pineapple Rabby notices the clue and secretly sticks it in his pocket. Oli was excited, saying that now he try to take control of the game and get to the final 3. Daniel exclaimed that he was excited, despite being in such a bad situation, with an 8 on 3 old Kanaku advantage, his closest ally Maisy was voted off, and the other Acarai, CDeal, betrayed him. The 3 Daniels, Dan, Danny, and Daniel all formed decided to form an alliance. Daniel also approached Oli for an alliance, but found his consistent laughing annoying. He said that Oli is a social threat and so he will have to blindside him sometime in the near future. Daniel decided that he would just have to lay low. Nikki was excited for merge as well and said that definately the old Kanaku’s and old Acarai’s are sticking together and that the old Acarai’s are just dead men walking, and will be picked off first. Nikki also said though, that she could use them to her advantage, because they are desperate numbers after all. Rabby said that even though it is 8-3 in his favor, he doesn’t trust anyone but himself. He also said that he wants Dan and CDeal out first, and then all gloves come off. The original alliance from old Kanaku got back together, but Roman worried that Rabby was shady, and a threat.

       At the immunity challenge a twist was revealed that the 1st person to win (get 3 matches) would have a choice of either immunity or an idol clue with a hint. The second person to get 3 matches would then take the other option. After a very close game Rabby won the challenge first and chose immunity, and the clues were given to Danny who won the challenge next.

       Back at the Rupununi camp Dino, Oli, Danny, Dan, and Rabby formed an alliance. They decided that they would target someone from the original Acarai. CDeal, Jordon, or Daniel, but needed to figure out who it would be. The idea was pitched that Jordon was a bigger threat and needed to go. Rabby tells Daniel that he wants Jordon out, and Daniel despite having had Jordon as an ally, decides that its not so bad. In a confessional Daniel says that he doesn’t have any connections to the other two original Acarai, and won’t be upset if they get voted out. Daniel and Danny formed a final 2, Daniel saying that the more people from original Kanaku that he can get to trust him, the better. Oli pitches the idea of an alliance to Dan, Nikki, Jordon, and Roman. Daniel dislikes this idea because he thinks that Oli is running the show and he doesn’t know Nikki or Roman, and isn’t close to Jordon. He thinks about the idea of taking out Oli by talking to people outside of the alliance to take her out. He decides he really hates the idea of that majority alliance and decides to act. He tells CDeal, Zach, Rabby, Dino, and Dan that they are in the minority and that they need to come together and vote out Jordon, who is in control. He decides that if he can’t take out Oli know, he sure can weaken him. Roman wants Dino out for being a weakling, and confesses that he has a crush on Nikki. Oli hopes that the people from the alliance he chose are all idiots and will follow him and not question the risky moves that he is making. Oli finds out about Daniel’s plans to take him out, but Daniel plays cool and says he has no idea who told him that and it isn’t true. He decides to play safe and vote for CDeal who everyone wants out anyways. He and Danny join the 6 man alliance of Oli, Nikki, Roman, and Jordon. Dino is pissed at Daniel for acting like he is always in control and he wants to prove that the way he votes is not because he’s in the minority, but because he is actually in the majority. Daniel expresses his dislike for Nikki, who is popular despite being overly emotional, stating that he wants her and Oli out soon.

       At tribal council players were asked how the tribe would divide, many were uncertain, saying that the tribes were really mixing up back at camp, and no one should feel safe except for Rabby, who has immunity. Daniel is nervous because he was in minorities this entire game, and tribe loyalties seem very strong. Rabby and Oli said that it was supposed to be original Kanaku taking out original Acarai. And despite all the new formed alliances, this really did happen when CDeal went home by a vote of 6-3-1-1.

Episode 7: Bounce Bullets Off My BackEdit

Immunity Challenge: Every player had a set of weights. They then had the option of giving the weights to another player (the target of the round) or not. After everyone has made their decision the player who was the target had to guess how many players decided to give him weights. If they guess correctly or in a close range, they do not drop the weights, however, if they guess incorrectly their weights will drop. Last person standing with weights wins the challenge.

       Upon returning from tribal Zach was unsure of his position in the game, which made him nervous.

       At the immunity challenge all players seemed to be doing well in the 1st round. But in the 2nd and 3rd round they started dropping one by one. In the end, it came down to a showdown between Jordon and Zach. Jordon guessed incorrectly while Zach guessed correctly, winning the challenge and his first individual immunity.

       Back at camp it was revealed that idol clues were hidden in one of 3 areas, the trees, the beach, or the water. Dino and Rabby went to search at the beach and found idol clues. Rabby, Oli, and Danny seperately continued searching for the idol, getting even closer this time. Zach was ecstatic for winning the challenge, saying he highly doubted himself but pulled through. Dino feels very comfortable of position in the tribe, saying he is set for the final 5. He is in a core alliance of Oli, Dan, Rabby, Danny, and himself. Oli tells Dino that he is very close to finding the idol. The core alliance decides to pick off the remaining Acarai and then at final 8 (when the entire tribe consists of old Kanaku members) pick off Nikki, Zach, and Roman. Dino says that Daniel is stirring up a lot of drama and he made them switch votes to CDeal because the things Daniel said at tribal went against everything he said at camp, which made everyone paranoid. Oli tells Daniel that everyone is talking about him, which makes Daniel nervous. Zach forms an alliance with Jordon, hoping that they can go to the end together.

       At tribal council players said that now they were playing all individual games and there are no such thing as tribal divides anymore. Zach was happy that he won immunity but knew that he won’t have it forever so he needs to keep up with his strategic game. In the end though, there did seem to be a tribal divide because Daniel, yet another former Acarai, was voted off by a vote of 5-2-1-1-1.

Episode 8: There Is Major Scrambling Going OnEdit

Immunity Challenge: Each player stands in front of a set of tiles. Every 10 minutes they may flip over 1 tile. Whoever has flipped the most tiles after 5 hours wins immunity.

       Coming back from tribal Danny explains why he wrote Daniel’s name down despite having a final 2 alliance with him. He said Daniel strategized too much and was bringing down the fake alliance of himself, Daniel, Jordon, and Oli. Danny then forms a final 2 with Dino and talks to Zach as well, but still says that he and Oli trust each other the most.

       At the immunity challenge Chantra reveals that anyone who flips over 10 tiles will get a clue to the Hidden Immunity Idol. Nikki gets injured and has to be medically evacuated from the game. Dino, Danny, Rabby, and Jordon all flip over 10 tiles and receive clues. But then Jordon (the last remaining original Acarai) pulls far ahead and wins the challenge after flipping 28 tiles.

       Back at camp Zach decided he wants to go to the end with Rabby and that they can form a majority if Zach gets Jordon and Rabby gets Dino that’s 4 votes. When the newly formed alliance talks Rabby and Jordon say they want Danny out, which Zach doesn’t mind, but Dino doesn’t like the idea. Rabby then shares his idol clues with Zach further building their bond. Danny asks Zach who to vote for, but Zach says it’s none of his business. Dino who knows that the alliance is targeting Danny goes and tells Danny what’s happening. The alliance then finds out and are all mad at Dino for spilling the beans and decide to switch their votes to Dan. In a confessional Roman thinks that there is a 3 person alliance between Zach, Rabby, and Dan, and Rabby is the leader. Roman says he will try to take Rabby out. After speaking with Roman and noticing his shadyness the 4 person alliance of Rabby, Jordon, Dino, and Zach decide to switch their votes to Roman. Roman pitches the idea of taking out Rabby to Danny and Oli, but Rabby finds out and becomes enraged. Danny then finds out about Dino joining the 4 person alliance to take him out and calls him out for being a backstabber. In a confessional Danny also calls Dan a floater but reveals his trust for Rabby. Jordon pitches a final 3 alliance to Danny and Oli, which they accept. After a big confrontation at camp all the alliances mold into the first 3 person alliance of Danny, Oli, and Jordon, and a second 3 person alliance of Zach, Rabby, and Dan. This leaves Dino and Roman as the swing votes. In a confessional Dino is upset about how no one he made f2 plans with (Danny and Rabby) want to go to the final 2 with him. He says that the people he made alliances with are the kingpins of both rivaling alliances, and it makes the vote hard on him. Dino talks to Roman and they form a final 2 alliance but Roman says he wants to vote with the 1st alliance, which Dino isn’t fond of, but fears going to rocks.

       At tribal council Roman said that he believes that there is a 3 person alliance, which is why Daniel was voted out. Zach said that the tribe was already divided and not the cracks are going deeper and tonight the lines in the sand will be drawn. Roman tells the tribe that he will be voting randomly, following his mind, saying he’s ok if people use him at this moment in time. When asked if Jordon saved himself since he was the last Acarai Jordon says that he wouldn’t have been going home anyways, there is no more tribal divide and he is tight with some Kanakus. Rabby calls out Oli, Danny, and Roman (without names) calling them backstabbers and liers for turning on him and everyone said that there was major scrambling back at camp and tonight would be a big vote. In the end, Roman was blindsided by a vote of 4-2-1-1.

Episode 9: Let's Make A DealEdit

Immunity Challenge: 1 player will randomly be selected to start with the torch. They then get to pass the torch a player of their choice. That player then gets to pass the torch to someone else, who has not yet received the torch. Players keep passing down the torch until there is 1 player left that has not received it, and that person is eliminated. At the final 2 the torch is thrown in the air and whoever catches it first wins the challenge. 2 times throughout the challenge a “Pass” will be thrown out and whoever catches it can play the pass to save themselves from elimination (once) if they never receive the torch.

       Coming back from tribal Zach says that at this point it is slowly becoming everyone against Dino, because Dino is talking too much and its starting to annoy some of the tribemates. At the immunity challenge tensions arose as players were upset for not receiving the torch from their tribemates. Zach felt like he was a target after being the first one eliminated. In the end Danny won by grabbing the torch first. Dino then won an idol clue by being the first to grab them.

        Back at the Rupununi camp Oli was upset for not winning the challenge. He hoped that he wouldn’t be noticed as a threat and if he’s voted out he’ll go out with a bang. Dino hoped the previous tribal would go to rocks but says that currently he is in a good position. Dino said that in the challenge he passed the torch to Oli first to hopefully gain trust, but says he still wants him out. Dino also says he wants Jordon out asap, and that he will stick with Zach and Rabby, hopefully getting to the end with them. Zach predicts that he, Dino, Rabby and Jordon will all vote for Oli, while Oli and Danny will vote for him. Conversation started going around camp that Danny is the biggest threat, which made Zach nervous. Danny tries to make another attempt to talk to Zach, who again keeps his mouth shut. But then Danny pitches the idea of working together to take out a bigger threat, which makes Zach interested. The idea is dropped when Danny won’t tell him who the target is due to lack of trust. Zach then tells Danny to enjoy being in jury, and they exchange threats. Right before tribal council Oli quickly tells his alliance that Jordon actually wants Dan out, leading to confusion.

        At tribal council Oli and Danny expressed their shock for Roman’s blindside the night before. Rabby predicted that people are working in groups of 3’s, not necessarily a 4 majority. Oli said he wants to align himself with smart but beatable players. Zach told Chantra that many people at camp don’t like him for his assertive gameplay, and he was okay with it. It was clear people were beginning to take sides and in the end another major power player Oli was voted off by a close vote of 3-2-2. Oli told Jordon, Danny, and Dan to kick Rabby, Dino’s, and Zach’s butts on his way out, calling them cowards.

Episode 10: Take Out Their Ring Leader, Because He Will WinEdit

Immunity Challenge:Players had to eat a series of grotesque foods. The last player to finish a meal or not finish at all is eliminated. Last player standing wins the challenge.

       Coming back from tribal Dan decides its his turn to finally make a big move, saying he wants Dino out, then Zach.

       At the bug eating challenge Jordon and Zach ate their bugs much faster than anyone else, making it to the final 2. In a close finale, Jordon barely won immunity. Players were then given the option of losing the right to vote in tonight’s tribal but gain the final immunity clue before the idol itself. Dan and Rabby both took the clues and lost there votes.

       Back at camp after many many days of searching Danny finally finds the one and only idol. Dan and Rabby go searching and Dan begins to suspect that the idol has already been found. Zach immediately says he wants out Danny, to stick to his word of voting him out. He says the next time he’ll be seeing Danny is when Danny is writing his name down at final tribal. Danny was thankful that Jordon won over Zach, saying that the 4 people who can vote have split up into 2 groups of 2, Danny and Jordon vs Zach and Dino. Danny, who was originally thinking of playing the idol, decides to come up with a better plan of him and Jordon voting for Zach so it will be a tie, and possibly go to rocks. Danny told Jordon the plan but was worried the Jordon might flip, hoping he wouldn’t. Danny said if Jordon flips then he will not vote for him, and if Danny leaves he will vote for Zach, because that was the deal they made. Dan is told that Dino is trying to take him out, and gets mad. He talks to Jordon and they get close. Dino realizes that he is in the middle, although everyone criticizes his game he compares his game to that of Sandra, Rob C, and Vecepia Towery. He says if he keeps flip flopping he will stay safe. He notices the clear split between Danny/Jordon and Zach/Rabby, which puts himself and Dan in the middle. He realizes that because of this he wants to work with Dan, who he thinks he can beat in the end.

       At tribal council Zach immediately says that Danny is going home, and that he will stick to his word and Danny will be leaving. Danny fights back saying anything can happen. Oli and Daniel from the jury laugh at the tribemates. In the end the cocky Zach was blindsided by a vote of 3-1. Completely shocked he was jeered at by Danny but then complimented him for his gameplay on his way out. The remaining final 5 went back to camp.

Episode 11: Only The Baddest RemainEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players will be asked a question where they will then have to write down (on a chalkboard) which player still in the game best fits the question. All the players will then reveal their answers and all the people who wrote down the majority answer score a point. The first player to get to 5 points wins immunity,

       At the immunity challenge Jordon was voted biggest physical threat and nicest threat, Dino was voted most annoying player, Danny was voted biggest strategical threat and most likely person to have the idol, Rabby was voted nicest player,most heroic player, best speaker, and best leader. Dan was voted most villainous, and most likely to win. Rabby won the challenge with 9 points. Jordon and Dino start arguing with Dino says that Jordon is next which leads Jordon to publicly reveal the location of the Idol. Dan, Rabby, and Dino assume that Jordon has it while Danny actually has the idol and showed Jordon where it was following the previous tribal.           Back at camp it became obvious that Danny and Jordon were working together, and Rabby and Dino were working together. Dan said in a confessional that this made him a swing vote and that he can either vote for Danny or Dino and they’ll be gone. The problem was, that he was unsure of who to go with, and which pair he could beat in the end. Dino says in a confessional that he knows it will probably be him tonight and that he is at peace with being voted out. But then he realizes that it would be best if he threw the votes towards him to a different direction. He tells Danny and Jordon that they could pull off the blindside of the season if they all vote for Dan, which they agree. Dan, Rabby, and Dino then decide to come together and vote for Danny, hoping that Jordon plays the idol on himself. After much thought Danny decides to actually give the idol to Jordon. Dino begins to fancy the idea of blindsiding Dan and becomes the swing vote. If he votes with Jordon and Danny Dan will be voted out. If he sides with Rabby and Dan then Danny will be voted out.

        At tribal council Danny wondered why everyone thought he had the idol, and Dan asked why he was picked as most villainous. Rabby says that the idol will definitely show itself tonight, just not in a way they all expect. Jordon called Rabby stupid saying he was definitely playing it on himself. And Jordon stayed true to his word, but the idol went to waste because Jordon was not the target as Danny was voted out by a vote of 3-2 (0). Jordon was mad for losing his last ally but said he will try his hardest to win. The final 4 went back to camp.

Episode 12: You Have To Get Blood On Your Hands To WinEdit

Immunity Challenge: Players are asked questions about their season, Survivor: Guyana, and eliminated contestants. First player to correctly answer scores a point. First player to reach 4 points wins the challenge.

        Coming back to camp Dan, Rabby, and Dino congratulated each other on taking out Danny, and said that as long as Jordon doesn’t win the final immunity they’re sitting in the final 3. In a confessional Dan says that he knows he’s upset a lot of jury members so when he gets to final tribal he will have to plead his heart out. Rabby explained in a confessional how happy he was that the plan worked, and Jordon is a goner.                                       At the immunity challenge Jordon insults Dan and Dino saying that they don’t even have a chance of winning against him, saying that the real competition will be between him and Rabby. Rabby, Jordon, and Dan all got into an arguement prior to the challenge even starting with Rabby and Dan calling Jordon a snake and being so mean to all the players. In the end Jordon beat Rabby and Dan by a score of 4-2-0. He smugly walks back to camp.                                                                                                                                                                  Back at camp Rabby, Dan, and Dino all scramble to maintain some power. They all attempt talking to Jordon who says he doesn’t want to talk to any of them. Rabby is sure that he is going home, saying his fate is sealed. Dan decides to go against Dino, saying that if he can’t win atleast his friend Rabby can. Dan comes up with a plan to take Dino out. He tells Dino to vote for himself (Dan). In a confessional he explains that Jordon will vote his own way, Dino will vote for Dan, and if himself and Rabby vote together Dino is gone.                                 At tribal the players got into arguements again but in the end Dan and Rabby’s plan worked as Dino was voted out by a vote of 2-1-1. Rabby, Dan, and Jordon became the final 3. Coming back to camp the celebrated with a feast. Upon entering the final tribal council Dan, Rabby, and Jordon all presented their speeches. Rabby was harshly attacked by Oli, who then said his vote will go to Jordon. All 3 players received a lot of hate from the jury members. Dino said that he should be sitting there instead of Dan, who did nothing. The jury also fought among themselves, Daniel and Danny getting into an arguement. All the jury then voted, and Chantra took the urn, officially ending the game.

Episode 13: ReunionEdit

All the players meet back up for the reunion. Chantra reads the votes. Rabby and Jordon receive 4 votes each, leading to the first tiebreaker challenge in Chantra’s Survivor history. A poll is opened for 30 minutes and whichever player can get more people to vote for them will win. After the 30 minutes ends the results are revealed. After a very close vote, Jordon wins the game by a vote of 52.2% to 47.8%. All players then chat and awards are handed out (shown at top of wikia) and Jordon receives his check. The next season, Survivor: Galapagos is revealed.

Voting HistoryEdit

Episode # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Eliminated:

Mooohades

6/8 Votes

Rivoux

5/7 Votes

Mattyc964

5/6 Votes

MaisyJames

4/6 Votes

Andalarew_2231

6/7 Votes

Cdeal

6/11 Votes

DontVoteMePlease

5/10 Votes

Avatar20

Medically Evacuated

MrFloatingMan

4/8 Votes

MrPokeguy9

3/7 Votes

Tuter32

3/4 Votes

M0nkeymaniac

3/5 Votes

Dinosauro27  

2/4 votes   

Voter
Jordonk MoooHades Rivoux Mattyc964 Andalarew_2231 CDeal DontVoteMePlease MrFloatingMan Dinosauro27

Tuter32

Bigbrother101 Rabbaj
Rabbaj MaisyJames Jordonk DontVoteMePlease MrFloatingMan MrPokeguy9 NO VOTE M0nkeymaniac Dinosauro27
Bigbrother101 MaisyJames CDeal DontVoteMePlease Bigbrother101 Dinosauro27 NO VOTE M0nkeymaniac Dinosauro27
Dinosauro27 MaisyJames CDeal MrFloatingMan MrFloatinMan MrPokeguy9 Tuter32 M0nkeymaniac Bigbrother101
M0nkeymaniac Andalarew_2231 CDeal Avatar20 Tuter32 Bigbrother101 Tuter32 Bigbrother101
Tuter32 Andalarew_2231 Jordonk DontVoteMePlease MrFloatingman MrPokeguy9 M0nkeymaniac
MrPokeguy9 Andalarew_2231 CDeal MrPokeguy9 Tuter32 Bigbrother101
MrFloatingMan Andalarew_2231 Dinosauro27 Dinosauro27 Rabbaj
Avatar20 MaisyJames Avatar20 Avatar20
DontVoteMePlease MoooHades Rivoux Mattyc964 Avatar20 CDeal DontVoteMePlease
CDeal Rivoux Rivoux Mattyc964 Andalarew_2231 Jordonk
Andalarew_2231 MoooHades DontVoteMePlease Mattyc964 CDeal
MaisyJames MooHades Rivoux Mattyc964 Avatar20
Mattyc964 MoooHades Rivoux Andalarew_2231
Rivoux MoooHades Jordonk
MoooHades Jordonk

Returning PlayersEdit

DontVoteMePlease and Mattyc964 returned to play Survivor: Galapagos. Daniel joined the Española Tribe and Matty joined the Fernandina Tribe. They finished in 10th and 17th respectively.

Bigbrother101, Dinosauro27, Jordonk, M0nkeymaniac, Rabbaj, and Tuter32 all returned to play in Survivor Japan: Yin vs. Yang. Bigbrother101 and M0nkeymaniac joined the Yin Tribe, but Dinosauro27, Jordonk, Rabbaj, and Tuter32 were all placed on the Yang Tribe. Bigbrother101 was the first player voted out and finished in 22nd place. Tuter32 was forced to quit and finished in 11th place. Rabbaj placed 8th, Jordonk placed 7th, Dinosauro27 placed 6th, and M0nkeymaniac placed 3rd respectively.