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     Season 1: Sherwood Tribes 


  • A House Divided: The chaos and disorganization shown in the first Immunity Challenge is what allowed Poppi to come from behind and win.
  • Color-Coded For Your Convenience: The tribe is the same colour as the flower.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: On the receiving end.
  • Dwindling Tribe
  • Failure Tribe: Alongside losing a member of their tribe back-to-back-to-back-to-back for the first four episodes, they failed individually and as a group in several other ways.
    • Miller decided to use all of his time preparing for tribal council trying to find the hidden immunity idol, which led to the rest of the tribe feeling threatened by the idea that he did have it, thus leading to his elimination.
    • Fanelli didn't have any strategy other than to follow Miller's lead, so once Miller was out in the first episode, it's not surprising that he was the next to go due to a lack of social bonds on his tribe.
    • The majority of this tribe actively sought to keep Mason around for the first few episodes, fully knowing that he would have to quit the game soon enough. When this tribe finally broke their losing streak and won an immunity challenge for once, it ended up being all for naught as Mason ended up quitting that episode, thus causing this tribe to lose yet another member even though they won the challenge.
    • During the pre-merge, Angie had a hidden immunity idol that she managed to keep secret from the rest of her tribe (except for Jack, whom she voluntarily informed), but come the first merge tribal she finally plays nullify a single vote casted against her (which was cast by Bunboy, who was voted out unanimously by the rest of the tribe,) thus making her idol a complete waste.
    • Two of this tribes members (AKA 1/3 of the tribe) were removed from the game without being voted out; Mason quit, and Angie was medevaced.
    • Jack, the underdog and last one standing for his tribe, made it to the final immunity challenge. He ended up losing it due to being unable to correctly spell the number four. He then got out just before the final tribal council.
  • Tempting Fate: Kept Mason around for not one, but two tribal councils, even though it was clearly stated by himself and his tribemates that he would have to quit the game in the near distant future.


  • Born Winners: Won every challenge except for a single immunity challenge, which they ended up being spared from due to Mason from the other tribe having to quit just before they had to go to tribal council for it.
  • Color-Coded For Your Convenience: The tribe is the same colour as the flower.
  • Dislikes the New Guy: The biggest pre-merge plot point for this tribe, with everyone slowly getting annoyed by and disliking Bunboy as the game progresses.
  • Power Trio: Andrea, Nathan, and Kyle went on to be this during the merge. They were simply known as the Poppi Majority Alliance.

     Season 1: Sherwood Contestants 

Eliminated Castaways

notafurryguys / "Miller"

“Wow, that went from zero to a hundred real quick.”

Miller ended up playing really hard with an unrelenting search for an idol, as well as targeting Jack and Mason for who should go home first. The latter is what came back to bite him when word circulated and the tribe, sans Fanelli, turned against him and thought that it would be better to vote him out now while he wasn't expecting it. In the end, he voted for Mason, saying that tonight was not the best time for a big move (Jack) and ended up being voted out himself.

Starting Tribe: Allium
Occupation: Writer
Placement: 12th

  • Berserk Button: Empty idol chests and failing in challenges.
    Miller (during the challenge): "We need eighteen. We need eighteen. Alright, here’s five. Who has the other iron ingots?"
    Miller (upon finding the empty idol chest): "Chris, can...I’m so fucking mad, dude! I found that before everyone! Like, right when we went to camp, I went there—no, I’m serious! We got to camp and I fucking went here and I dug it up and I found it and there’s nothing in there, even though no one had dug any—no, you—I’m going to go look for another place with flowers in a cross formation.”
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Miller ended up saying "fuck" whenever things weren't benefitting him, such as during his idol search and whenever a vote for him came up during Tribal Council.
  • Determinator: Miller's determination to find the idol, as well as who could have the idol.
  • Drama Queen
  • Epic Fail: He was voted out over Mason, who, due to poor planning, has to leave prematurely at some point.
  • Fatal Flaw: Miller's determination and hard gameplay became his undoing.
  • It Was Here, I Swear!: Miller believed that he knew where the idol was supposed to be but, little did he know, Angie found it five feet away from him during his search.
  • Lampshade Hanging: Miller's response to Kyle calling Chris a bitch is his castaway quote above.
  • Large Ham: Miller is this due to his reactions regarding anything involving the idol.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: According to Strat in the second episode.
    Strat (talking about Miller's ousting the previous night): "Karma hurts."

Fanelli927 / "Fanelli"

"I'm thinking about going with Miller on this. I'm really going to be following his lead."

Fanelli, referred to as Izzy by numerous castaways in the second episode, came in without knowing anybody except for Miller, whom he planned to stick with for as long as possible. However, Miller was, subsequently, voted out. With no ally left in the game, he didn't socialize with the others, leading to his ouster.

Starting Tribe: Allium
Occupation: Quiet Aquaintance
Placement: 11th

  • Epic Fail: Aside from the lack of socializing, he was voted out over Mason, who, due to poor planning, has to leave prematurely at some point as well as Angie, who took all of the blame for them losing the second Immunity Challenge.
  • Fatal Flaw: Coming into the season, his strategy was to stick by Miller as he was the only one Fanelli knew before the game. Due to Miller being the first boot, combined with Fanelli's lack of social skills and weak relationships with the rest of the tribe, he was the next one voted out. Openly admitting during the first Tribal Council that he could only trust one person, probably, didn't help him at all.
  • Genre Blind: When it comes to a game like this, socializing is key.
  • It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Izzy is pronounced "eye-zee".
  • Poor Communication Kills: This is what, ultimately, led to his ousting.
  • Satellite Character: As stated already, the only thing we know about Fanelli is that he was friends with Miller before the season began. A big example of Fanelli being this is at tribal council in the second episode, where Fanelli brings up that they probably would've had a better chance at winning the immunity challenge in that episode if Miller was still around. This shows us that, even after Miller was voted off, Fanelli's words and actions still revolved around his relationship with Miller.
  • The Quiet One
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Compared to Miller, who was given a lot of screentime in the first episode, Fanelli wasn't very visible within his two-episode stay in the season. The only thing we really knew about Fanelli was that he was friends with Miller before the season began.

AtlanticJustice / "Mason"

"Wait, we have to stay at our desks for 23 days?"

Starting Tribe: Allium
Occupation: Nice Guy
Placement: 10th

  • Foreshadowing: Up until his quit, it was brought up by himself and his tribemates that Mason would have to quit the game in the near future if he wasn't voted off before then. In episode three, that time finally came...after his tribe finally won an immunity challenge, breaking their losing streak.
  • Literal-Minded: When Chris says that the game will last 23 days, Mason, sounding very surprised, asks if he's being serious, prompting the quote above.
  • Non Game Play Elimination: He ended up following up on what he and others constantly said throughout the season, and quit the game during the third episode.

RealStratBecker / "Strat"

"I would hope that there's, like, ya know, unification but, ya know, as we keep losing, cracks start to form just a little bit."

Tribe: Allium
Occupation: Strategy Analyst
Placement: 9th

  • Adventurer Strategy Analyst: Normally, strategy analysts work desk jobs and identify the needs of a business, as well as developing plans and presenting the steps it needs to take in order to succeed. However, out on Survivor, Strat is able to use his strategic, analytical, and observant skills to unify his tribe in successful blindsides against both Miller and Fanelli to prevent an idol from being used against him and his allies.
  • Meaningful Name: Strat, which is his real name, is one of the bigger strategists of this season. Definitely the biggest one during the pre-merge phase of the game.
  • Precision B-Strike: Has one of these in a confessional, talking about Miller's ousting.
    Strat: "Payback’s a bitch, Miller. Oh, shoot, you’re gonna have to edit that out, dang it!"
  • The Strategist: In episode one, he lead Miller's blindside in order to get out the idol that Strat thought Miller had. In episode two, while the rest of his tribe was pretty much settled on voting out Fanelli due to his lack of communication, Strat saw the value in keeping Fanelli and taking out Mason since everyone knew Mason was going to have to leave the season soon anyway. Strat also brought up the idea of a split vote between Mason and Fanelli, just in case Fanelli held the idol. This plan ended up coming into fruition later in the episode.
  • The Leader: He could be considered this for his tribe as he was the one who rallied the votes against Miller.

BunBoy11 / "BunBoy"

"So, I think—I think that this is perfectly fine. I've never done one of these."

Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: Joker
Placement: 8th

  • Face–Heel Turn: In the first two episodes, he's the jokester of the tribe who keeps (almost) everyone entertained as they continue to win immunity. However, in episodes three and four, his entire tribe treats him as an annoying outcast that needs to be removed at once.
  • Large Ham: Bunboy is shaping up to be this thanks to his personality and how he presented the "Nutshack" and "Dick Bridge".
    Bunboy (taking the viewers on a tour of the interior of the Nutshack): "We walk in here, and there's nothing, 'cause I bought this house with my own money. Alright, now get the heck out of my house! Get out!"
  • New Meat: Compared to everybody else, he is the only one without any prior Minecraft Survivor experience with this being his first one.

Jury Members

PuppyWarrior83 / "Angie"

"Secrets, secrets are no fun, unless they're shared with Angela!"

Starting Tribe: Allium
Occupation: Soccer Player
Placement: 7th (1st Jury Member)

  • Beware The Nice Girl: She is cheerful and energetic ... and in control of the idol that Miller wanted to find. Due to her social game, she is the only person not suspected of having it and nobody has discussed targeting her either.
  • Born Lucky: Her instincts allowed her to find an idol early and by accident as she wasn't expecting to find it. Also, nobody suspects her of having it and the only person who was targeting her left in Episode 2.
  • Foreshadowing: In Episode Five, when asked how she felt about her chances of staying, she rushed over to the jury seats saying that she was expecting to go soon if not then and that the jury seats were looking real comfy for her. The very next episode, she was medevaced from the the first member of the jury.
  • Gut Feeling: Angie, after noticing the allium flowers and their formation, followed her gut instinct and found the idol.
  • Keet: Whether it's being a potential target or having somebody almost see her getting the idol, she remains cheerful and energetic.
  • Non Game Play Elimination: Was removed from the game due to breaking her leg from falling down a high height during the spleef immunity challenge.

DizzyPunchJustin / "Dizzy"

"The hidden immunity idol...'Weed.' I mean, I'm not sure if it's real or not."

Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: Animator
Placement: 6th (2nd Jury Member)

  • Optional Stealth: While it wasn't fully intentional, he ended up watching Kyle retrieve the idol in the second episode.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: In episode two, his entire confessional is essentially this towards his entire tribe.
  • Unknown Rival: Is this to Kyle, as he knows that Kyle has the immunity idol and desperately wants to take him out, but Kyle believes that he is the only one who knows he has the idol and doesn't believe anyone is targeting him, or has reason to target him.

DatFatCat137 / "John"

"The other team was freaking out because they just forgot how to do everything. Our team just held it together. That’s pretty much how we won."

Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: New Jerseyian
Placement: 5th (3rd Jury Member)

  • Lampshade Hanging: John lampshades Andrea's safety after she chooses a diamond shovel for the benefit of the tribe rather than choosing individual immunity at her first Tribal Council.
    John: "Good job. You're pretty much safe for the rest of the game."
  • Sixth Ranger Traitor: He was on good terms with the Poppi Majority Alliance, but was starting to question if they had his best interests in mind or would be able to get to the end with any of them. So, at the final five, he tries to pair up with Jack to flip over Nathan to go against the pair of Kyle and Andrea. It doesn't work in his favor.

hotrodjack99 / "Jack"

"He also thinks I have the idol, and Strat is saying he has the idol when, in fact, Angie has the idol ... and, holy shit, this is confusing."

Starting Tribe: Allium
Occupation: British Chef
Placement: 4th (4th Jury Member)

  • Four Is Death: Because Jack failed to spell 'Four' correctly at the Final Four immunity challenge, he got 4th place, becoming the 4th jury member and the 4th person to be voted out of the merged tribe. He also ends up being the fourth jury member to stand up and make their speech at the final tribal council.
  • Final Boss: He was the last obstacle to Final Tribal Council for the remaining Poppi Tribe members still in the game.
  • Brutal Honesty/Blunt "Yes": When Jack is asked at Tribal Council if anybody could be lying to him in the game, he, bluntly, and, without a moment's hesitation, says "Yeah".
  • Last of His Kind: Is the last Allium tribe member left in the game by the sixth episode.
  • Last Stand: At the final four, he was truly alone. Any allies or potential support he had to go against the Poppi Majority Alliance of Kyle, Andrea, and Nathan had all just been evacuated from the game or voted out. It was just him against those three at that point.
  • Negated Moment of Awesome: At the final four, he had a last stand against the Poppi Majority Alliance. There was only one immunity challenge left for him to win, and then he would be in the finale where he would most likely win against any of those three. He's in the lead at the final immunity challenge, just about to win it...when he suddenly misspells the final word, Four, and proceeds to lose immunity and get voted out just before the final tribal council.
  • The Quiet One: Subverted. He does talk in the earlier episodes, but the volume on his mic is low, making it harder to hear what he has to say.


ZGSaturnGaming / "Nathan"

"I'm gonna decide to stay loyal to her (Andrea) because that's just how I am."

Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: Steward
Placement: 3rd (2nd Runner-Up)

  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Beauty of the Poppi Majority Alliance. He wasn't very involved with the strategic or physical side of the game, and was mostly just used as a third vote and along for the ride to get to the end.
  • Out of Focus: Seven episodes in a row with no confessionals from him, and only gets briefly mentioned (by his username, not his actual name) by his tribemates from time to time.

KillerKilp / "Kyle"

"I will backstab anyone here to win this game, easy peasy. I ... I am no hero, that’s for sure."
Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: Actor
Placement: 2nd (1st Runner-Up)

  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Brawn of the Poppi Majority Alliance. Not only did he win three individual immunity challenges and a reward, as well as winning (almost) every pre-merge challenge with his tribe, but he also was the one to go out and do the dirty work for the alliance.
  • Becoming the Mask: Initially, Kyle was actually just playing up his villainous persona, hence his occupation as an actor. However, as the game went on, Kyle became more and more of an antagonist purely because there were no other true villainous players around which caused him to become more obsessed with being the villain. This ultimately ended up costing him the game towards the end, where he claimed to have backstabbed and made moves to get himself to the end which rubbed some of the jury members the wrong way when they saw Andrea's gameplay in comparison, and how she was truly the one controlling the game and backstabbing people, just in a much more effective and subtle way.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Continuously appears to be evil, and is a legitimate threat to the others in the game due to the fact that he has a hidden immunity idol and a few solid allies on his side, but hasn't actually been shown to successfully deceive or manipulate anybody.
    • When he finally managed to go to his first actual tribal council (which was something he had been yearning for a few episodes,) his plans to keep Bunboy, a valuable ally to him, in the game failed tremendously as the entire merged tribe voted him out unanimously (including Kyle.)
    • In the episode directly after this, as he reflects on that previous tribal, he claims that he made Angie play and waste her idol at that tribal council, but he doesn't say it with confidence and even contradicts himself in his same claim.
    Kyle: "I'm glad that I kinda got Angie to waste her idol. Uh, I think that she was going to use it anyways, but I kinda did by urging her to use it."
    • He ended up taking out his unknown rival, Dizzy, at the final six. However, it ended up not being his own move, but rather a move he made reluctantly because his two followers were dead set on taking out Dizzy at that time instead of Jack, the underdog threat. This left Kyle a little aggravated that Jack, a huge threat, was still around in the game and shows that Kyle will submit to the will of his followers if they persist, instead of it being the other way around.
  • Born Lucky: Kyle finds the hidden immunity idol mid-sentence when talking about wanting to find it. Subverted in that Dizzy sees him get it.
  • Card-Carrying Villain
  • Precision B-Strike: Kyle calls Chris a bitch during the opening challenge when he couldn't find a chest in an out-of-boundaries area.
    Kyle: “Aw, there’s nothing up here? You’re a bitch.”
  • The Only One I Trust: In his confessionals, he says this about Andrea.
  • Token Evil Teammate: During the tribal phase of the game, he was annoyed by his tribe's winning streak as he wanted to go to tribal council and blindside somebody, or at the very least finally get the ability to vote someone out.

RqmenWingsMCHDYT / "Andrea"

"The alliance I have with the remaining three is, I feel, strong enough to last until the final three."

Starting Tribe: Poppi
Occupation: Bounty Huntress
Placement: 1st (Sole Survivor)

  • Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Brains behind the Poppi Majority Alliance. She was the one who went out and made alliances with people outside of the alliance at the merge, which allowed her to get more knowledge of the inner workings of relationships and alliances in the merge tribe. She used this information, along with Nathan as an extra vote and Kyle willing to go out and do the dirty work, to get out who she wanted to get out at that round during the merge and successfully get her alliance of three to the end.
  • Dislikes the New Guy: From episodes three to five, she informs us that she dislikes Bunboy as he makes her feel uncomfortable, and she doesn't believe that he fits in with the tribe, nor that he should still be around on the tribe.
  • FriendOrIdolDecision: Andrea is faced with this near the beginning after she finds the Reward and has to choose between individual immunity at her first tribal council or a shovel for her tribe's gain at the first Immunity Challenge. She goes with the former.
  • Sole Survivor
  • The Woman Behind the Man: This attribute is what ultimate ends up giving her the win, as she ends up being this to both of the other finalists, Nathan and Kyle. Nathan claimed he was more independent and made decisions that were his own, but Andrea heavily influenced those decisions and basically controlled a lot of what Nathan did in the game. Meanwhile, Andrea had managed to get Kyle to trust her 100%, thus allowing Andrea to push Kyle in certain directions to benefit her gameplay, such as at the final six vote with forcing Kyle to go after Dizzy instead of Jack, the one who was seen as a bigger threat at the time.
  • The Quiet One: She doesn't get a large amount of screentime or confessionals and isn't a huge visible force until the last two episodes. However, this is intentionally done.


     Season 2: Roraima Tribes 



     Season 2: Roraima Contestants 

Eliminated Castaways

AwkwardThomas / "Thomas"

"I don't think one challenge should decide how well I am."

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Bellhop
Placement: 14th

  • Taking the Bullet: Subverted, as he didn't willingly take the bullet. He aligned with Jervy and Vision, and the opposing alliance originally was targeting Vision. However, once Vision revealed he had the idol and was playing it, along with Jervy having individual immunity from their first tribal council, Thomas was the only one left vulnerable from their alliance and thus took the fall for it.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Was voted out first with no confessionals from him at all.

HuskerBlue / "Alex"


Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Janitor
Placement: 13th

  • Out of Focus: Never had any confessionals, nor was he ever audibly heard his entire time in the season. Ended up quitting early on in the second episode, too, which didn't help his visibility.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye

Shayzza / "Shay"

"It's like, bitch, no! This is my thing, fuck off."

Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Queen Bee
Placement: 12th

  • Alpha Bitch: Subverted, as she is afraid of others viewing her to be this and voting her out because of it, so she's holding back from speaking to the others as much for the time being.
  • Black Girl Dies First: She was the first person voted out of her tribe.
  • The Chick: Of Piedra tribe. Subverted as she's sassy and rude to other people in confessionals when stating her honest opinion about them, but still applies as she is the only girl on the tribe (and the season.)
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Downplayed, but still present as she individually calls everyone on her tribe a snake for voting her out and tells them to fuck themselves before leaving the tribal council area.
  • The Smurfette Principle
  • Twofer Token Minority: She is a black female.

walkerstalker48 / "Walker"

"People are telling me to vote people, and I just, I feel like if I don't vote the right person, I'm going out right here..."

Starting Tribe:
Occupation: Actor
Placement: 11th

  • Ascended Fanboy: Even though it wasn't explicitly stated, he'd been watching Chris's Survivor seasons ever since Season Zero just like Ben.
  • Born Lucky: Won individual immunity for his tribe's first tribal council, and managed to get the idol clue for his tribe before anyone else.
  • Driven to Suicide: Downplayed, as he doesn't kill himself due to the events of the game. He does end up voting himself out of it, though, due to not being able to handle the emotional stress of choosing who to align with and who to vote off and almost everyone on his tribe pressuring him instead of comforting him.
  • The Big Guy: Of Piedra tribe, if his performance in that opening challenge is anything to go by.

Jury Members

Jervyras / "Jervy"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Background Vocalist
Placement: 10th (1st Jury Member)

  • Horrible Judge of Character: Decided to align himself with Vision. Immediately regrets it by the end of the first episode, after finding out how bad Vision is at the game in just one episode.
  • Too Stupid To Live: Tries to keep his original tribe strong during the swap. This would've worked just fine, if not for the fact that Jerry, someone he tried to unsuccessfully vote out at the first tribal council, was one of the people with Jervy on his post-swap tribe.
  • Undying Loyalty: To his tribe and wanting to keep his tribe to the end of the game. This is most expressed in episode four, when he gets very upset at Vision for wanting to blindside Jerry after the swap, when Echo and Ben were not part of their original tribe and vulnerable to be voted out.

Jacaljt10 / "Jacal"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Exotic Dancer
Placement: 9th (2nd Jury Member)

  • Anti-Hero
  • Evil Is Petty
  • Hope Spot: The first merge tribal council. He was in the minority, and managed to negotiate a plan with Echo in order to blindside Allranks, giving Jacal a chance to continue further into the game. However, those plans got shot down really fast when Nifty stood up at tribal council and tried to flip the script last minute.
  • Large Ham
  • The Nicknamer: Gives somewhat degrading nicknames to people in the game he isn't very fond of. For example, he calls Vision "Eyesight."
  • Token Evil Teammate: His sassy comments towards others in the game and desire to throw challenges throughout the pre-merge make him this.

EchoMaster22 / "Echo"

Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Bartender
Placement: 8th (3rd Jury Member)

  • The Ace: A great physical competitor, a witty and respectable guy who can get along with a lot of people, and a great strategist.
  • Brutal Honesty: Is not afraid to give his full, unbarred opinions on people in confessionals.
  • Face: Of the Echo/Nifty rivalry.
  • Rule of Three: Got eliminated on Nifty's third campaign to get him out.
  • The Lancer: Of Piedra tribe, as Nifty takes up the role of Leader initially, and Echo actively tries to hide behind that in the beginning so that Nifty would be targeted and voted out before him if they blamed Nifty's leadership for their loss at one point.
  • The Rival: To Nifty.

NiftyNman / "Nifty"

"This tribe, I claimed it was rock solid or whatever, but we have experienced a crack in our stone, and I'm just hoping this crack hasn't gone straight through the middle."

Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Furry
Placement: 7th (4th Jury Member)

  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: At the Walker vote off, Nifty tries to get Walker to vote out Echo with him and Caleb. Walker ends up showing distress to Nifty, who only continues to try and talk strategy with Walker instead of comforting Walker in that moment. As a result, Walker ended up voting himself out of the game, where if Walker had voted with Caleb and Nifty, Echo would've been sent home and Walker would've still been in the game.
    • Nifty also ends up screwing up the plan to blindside Allranks by standing up at tribal council that night and announcing that he wanted to target Echo, and was trying to rally support for it last minute. This leads to Echo and Ben flipping their vote from Allranks to the intended majority vote plan, Jacal, who was one of Nifty's few allies left in the game at that time.
  • Heel: Of the Echo/Nifty rivalry.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Every now and then, he'd refer to Edgic terminology and talking about the season like it was a story.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: Managed to finally take Echo out and outlast his rival in the game, but only to be immediately voted out of the game at the very next tribal council.
  • Revenge: Declares revenge on Echo for voting out Jacal...even though Nifty himself was the one to cause Jacal's demise.
  • Rule of Three: Finally got out Echo after three seperate campaigns to try and get him voted out.
  • Satellite Character: His entire presence from episode three onwards was essentially him constantly obsessing over getting Echo out of the game. His game revolved around Echo from that point onwards, and it turned out to be his Fatal Flaw once Echo got voted out of the game and Nifty had no allies or back-up plans to rely on to go farther in the game.
  • The Leader: Of the Piedra Tribe, as seen in his actions in challenges and around camp, as well as both himself and Echo pointing it out in confessionals.
  • The Rival: To Echo.
  • Was Too Hard on Him: In episode three, Walker opened up to Nifty about his distress about the game and just being really unsure of what to do and crying about it. In response, instead of comforting him, Nifty passive-aggressively continued to try and get Walker to vote with him. This, along with a few other stressors to Walker throughout the episode, ultimately leads him to vote himself out.

AllRanks / "Allranks"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Fast Food Worker
Placement: 6th (5th Jury Member)

  • Born Lucky: Not only does he find the idol in a place where everyone else is looking and could've easily seen him grab it, but he also avoids being blindsided at the first merge tribal due to Nifty standing up and trying to shake up the vote.
  • Fatal Flaw: Becoming arrogant after blindsiding two threats back-to-back, and revealing his idol to the others before the votes were done being casted.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Was voted out in a tie and a revote due to showing off his idol to others before everyone was finished voting, and for not playing the idol after trying to use it as a bluff.
  • The Ace: Found the hidden immunity idol, secured a tight alliance of three between himself, Caleb, and Chris, and won two individual immunities back-to-back.
  • The Leader: Was this for the Arcilla tribe early on, and for his alliance of three with himself, Caleb, and Chris during the merge.

TheChrisanthemum / "Chrisanthemum"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Flower Enthusiast
Placement: 5th (6th Jury Member)

  • One Steve Limit: Subverted. He goes by Chris which is the name of the host, but this isn't a huge problem as people can easily separate host Chris from castaway Chris just by voice. If that isn't enough, then his full title of 'Chrisanthemum' is.
  • Out of Focus
  • The Quiet One
  • The Rival: To Vision, as of episode six.

FireBro11 / "Caleb"

Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Cameraman
Placement: 4th (7th Jury Member)

  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Had partnership deals to go to the end with first Nifty, then Allranks. He voted both of them out of the game, back-to-back.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: After being a more quiet force during the pre-merge, at the merge he suddenly emerges as a player, winning the first individual immunity and subtly shifting the majority vote from Nifty to Jacal.
  • Foreshadowing: Of his own demise, when he jokes with Chris in the penultimate episode about the thought of Vision winning final immunity.
  • The Smart Guy: Of Piedra, as he seems to be very strategically aware and active even though he's quieter about it. This is shown even further during the merge phase of the game where he becomes more of a gameplayer.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considered Jerry this.


Kuriohsity / "Vision"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Soccer Player
Placement: 3rd (2nd Runner-Up)

  • Big Bad Wannabe: Tries to pull of villainous antics and wants to play a more cutthroat game, however he always gets called out and noticed on his actions and very rarely voted with the majority of the tribe.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In his first confessional, he talks about wanting to be the villain of the season.
  • Expy: Of Kyle, from last season; both are players who wanted to try and be more villainous and cut-throat players going into their first season. The only difference is that Kyle was more of a gameplayer and couldn't really play the game until the merge, while Vision was able to play the game both pre-merge and merge and was more over-the-top with his antics.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He found the idol in the first episode and could've used it to blindside Jerry, but he decided to stand up and reveal it to the entire tribe at the first tribal council before everyone voted. This caused the majority alliance to switch their votes onto Thomas, their other target, and cause Vision to waste his idol at the very first vote-off.
  • No Social Skills
  • Not Me This Time: After all the idol conspiracies surrounding Vision during the earlier parts of the game, Chris ends up calling Vision out on having an idol due to seeing him near a chest that Vision claimed was empty. It turns out that, for once, something idol-related isn't about Vision as Allranks had already found the idol in the previous episode.
  • The Rival: To Chris, as of episode six.

_benflashrocker_ / "Ben"

", with a capital N. It's just, oh my god..."

Starting Tribe: Piedra
Occupation: Superfan
Placement: 2nd (1st Runner-Up)

  • Ascended Fanboy: He'd been watching Chris's Survivor seasons ever since Season Zero.
  • Big "YES!": Ben let out one of these when Vision won final immunity over Caleb.
  • Character Development: At the beginning of the season, Ben is a paranoid fanboy who isn't confident in his ability to play the game and clings to Echo for the entire time he's there. Once Echo gets voted out, though, Ben slowly becomes a more independent player, making impassioned speeches to Vision and Jerry as to why they need to stick together and go to the final three with one another. He's still very paranoid, but it is justified as he's putting himself out there more. Due to this late change in his game play he almost won the season, missing out on just one jury vote.
  • Foreshadowing: Foreshadowed that him, Jerry, and Vision would be the final three in episode seven.
  • Motor Mouth: Can be noticed throughout the episodes that Ben is usually the most audible one from the Piedra tribe whenever he is around on screen. This is lampshaded by both Echo and Shay in the first two episodes.
  • Naïve Newcomer: This is his first experience on a Minecraft Survivor.
  • The Paranoiac: Was always claiming that he'd be voted out at every tribal council he went to and constantly worried if people were truly on his side or not.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Echo.

DrDunkinstein / "Jerry"

Starting Tribe: Arcilla
Occupation: Sports Marketer
Placement: 1st (Sole Survivor)

     Season 3: Ivory Coast Tribes 




     Season 3: Ivory Coast Contestants 

Eliminated Castaways

Bunboy11 / "Bunboy"

Starting Tribe: Diamant
Previous Season(s): Sherwood (8th)
Placement: 15th

AquaticDolphin / "Aquatic"

Starting Tribe: Ananas
Occupation: Anthropologist
Placement: 14th

SandstoneAspect / "Sandstone"

Starting Tribe: Ananas
Occupation: Pre-University Student
Placement: 13th

NickTheTrickster / "Nick"

Starting Tribe: Sang
Occupation: Lawn Mower
Placement: 12th

Jury Members

Infernox0 / "Infernox"

Starting Tribe: Sang
Occupation: Chemist
Placement: 11th (1st Jury Member)

notafurryguys / "Miller"

Starting Tribe: Diamant
Previous Season(s): Sherwood (12th)
Placement: 10th (2nd Jury Member)

  • Heel–Face Turn: While he wasn't exactly a villain last time we saw him, he certainly wasn't displayed as a nice person or player. This time around, that perception takes a complete 180.
  • My Greatest Second Chance: Played straight. This applies to every returnee, but it's most visible with Miller—especially just in the premiere episode. He's probably the one out of all the returnees with the most to gain and redeem himself from.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Most evident in the premiere episode during the challenge. In Sherwood, he was getting frustrated and yelling at his tribemates for not performing well on the challenge. This season, he was much more supportive and encouraging at the first challenge.

DizzyPunchJustin / "Dizzy"

Starting Tribe: Diamant
Previous Season(s): Sherwood (6th)
Placement: 9th (3rd Jury Member)

Current Castaways

_Ayda_ / "Ayda"

Starting Tribe: Ananas
Occupation: Teletubby Lover

dimentioditto / "Dim"

Starting Tribe: Sang
Occupation: Internet Troll

EchoMaster22 / "Echo"

Starting Tribe: Diamant
Previous Season(s): Roraima (8th)

Gamer888 / "Gamer"

Starting Tribe: Ananas
Occupation: Honey Bee Queen

Jacaljt10 / "Jacal"

Starting Tribe: Diamant
Previous Season(s): Roraima (9th)

ShadowMasterxX7 / "Derpy"

Tribe: Ananas
Occupation: Weeaboo

SoonerOrLater / "Sooner"

Starting Tribe: Sang
Occupation: Electrical Engineer

  • My Girl Back Home: He had two options: Spend the day with his girlfriend, or play in this online Survivor season. He chose to play, and pissed off his girlfriend as a result. He's trying to win to somehow make it up to his girlfriend, or prove that it was at least worth it.

SpaceCat09 / "Jaiden"

Starting Tribe: Sang
Occupation: Artist

  • Kid Hero: Is the youngest contestant on the show so far, aging twelve years old.


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