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Fuck yoselves, fuck yo game, fuck yo tribe, fuck yo couch, and fuck yoselves again.

A ghetto girl with plenty of attitude.

First America's Next Top Model fan character.



A skater dude who speaks mostly in one-word sentences.

First SSX fan character.

  • All Men Are Perverts: Easily taken in by Melanie's charms.
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  • The Ditz: He's not particularly intelligent.
  • Flat Character: He shows pretty much no personality outside of being enthusiastic.


Does someone want a Rare Candy?

An extremely genki Pokemon trainer.

Second Pokémon fan character.


Yeah, I'm a supervillain. A pretty good one at that.

A girl who wants to become one of the most notorious villains of all time.

First Batman fan character.


A Latino demon hunter who mistrusts any sort of demon.

First Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan character.


Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.



A jaguar who believes that only the strong should survive. His strategy is to vote off people that he considers weak.

First Darkwing Duck fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.


Operation Hit and Run is on.

A so-called "business bunny" who sees the game as a business transaction... until he sees a hot girl, that is.


First Rocko's Modern Life fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.


A doctor who has a tendency to daydream.

First Scrubs fan character.


A woman who hides her insecurities behind an aggressive facade.

First Friends fan character.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.


Why can't we just be one big happy family?

A quirky Reploid who just wants everyone to get along.

Third Mega Man fan character.


A drunken mongoose with a tendency to slur his speech.

Fifth Sonic the Hedgehog fan character.


A girl who kept Matt safe throughout the game with Iraenus.

First Ranma ½ fan character.


A flamboyant purple demon who tends to hit on most of his tribemates, and kept Matt safe with Geena for most of the game.

First The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy fan character.


I'd love for them to just quit, but they're stubborn little sheep.

A so-called "villainous mastermind" who is vastly incompetent yet thinks he's in control of the game all the time.

Second Super Mario Bros. fan character.

  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": The "M" on his shirt.
  • The Chessmaster: Subverted; while he did make it to the end, he failed in manipulating people.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder
  • Humiliation Conga: Though he uses the nullifier on Heinz and plays his hidden immunity idol, the tribe votes off his right-hand man Johnny instead. So he not only has he wasted both a hidden immunity idol and a nullifier power that he can only use once per game, he loses all his allies at the Final 8.
  • Jerkass
  • Manipulative Bastard: Well, kind of. Most of his moves were either ineffective or wound up hurting him. Definitely a bastard, though.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Despite thinking he's a master strategist who controls the game, all he's managed to do so far is eliminate some annoying tribe mates (Shaniqua and Penny), backstab his own alliance members, just to prove he can (Heinz and Xero), and become completely oblivious to any real major moves (Johnny). This fact is even brought up at Final Tribal Council, where it's completely obvious that he had no idea what was going on half the time.
  • Smug Snake
  • Token Evil Teammate

Heinz Keller

A strong young man who spends a lot of time to himself. After being betrayed by Matt, he is voted back into the game and determined to take him down.

First Tekken fan character or not.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.

  • The Reveal: He's not actually a Tekken character. He lied to get himself on the show, which was exclusive to fan characters.
  • :Rule of Symbolism: His torch wasn't snuffed out completely when he was voted off. Considering the same thing had happened with a certain returnee from the actual show, this could have been the author spoiling the fact that Heinz would be returning.
  • Unwitting Pawn: In his own attempt to get Xero eliminated from Yrsa'Ka, he mutinies to the other tribe before Xero can, and trusts in his tribe to throw immunity and get rid of him. Unfortunately, this was Matt and Xero's plan; Xero wins immunity for the tribe, and Heinz, being the lowest man on the totem pole in the opposing tribe, gets voted off next tribal council.

Melanie Aensland

Hm, I got mud on myself.

A succubus known for seduction.

First Darkstalkers fan character.


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