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Minerva Mink

If I can get Mary, the Satan of anthros, to talk and get along with me... *phew* Man, I'm good.

Came back from Season 4: Fans vs. Canon. This time, everyone knows her tricks and don't let her get the upper hand on them.

Came back for Season 10: Battle of the Tribes.

  • Defiant to the End: Plays a fake immunity idol... just to see the shock on everyone's faces.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: She was considered this by her tribe.
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  • Doing It For The Game: She returned, knowing she'd be one of the first to go, only because she loves playing the game that much.
  • Odd Friendship: Becomes friends with Mary, the series's resident furry hater.



Came back from Season 5: The Cursed Islands. Mo is back, and a lot angrier...


I am a mouse in this den of lions.

Came back from Season 3. Beth assumes everyone will let her glide by since she's pretty boring and under-the-radar.

  • Decoy Protagonist: SWSU said in his notes that he gave Beth all the signs of being the "forgettable girl who doesn't seem to fit the All-Stars criteria but goes on to win it all" a la Amber and Parvati to make her elimination all the more shocking.
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  • Flat Character: Even more so in All-Stars.
  • Shocking Elimination: Even more shocking than in her first appearance!
  • Sore Loser: Acted rather entitled during her final words.


Alliances are useless. I mean, I didn't use any in my season, I made it to the end on my own, but you know friendships are allowed.

Came back from Season 5: The Cursed Islands. Even though he's never been untruthful, nobody seems to believe he actually made the finals in his previous season.


We are gathered here today to mourn Omay, who had no real purpose in life. None shall forget when Omay saved the life of an asshole against a raging psychopath, or that smile he had drawn on him by a lying little wolf girl.

Came back from Season 1. Charlie decides to play a lot harder around this time, and does not take the betrayal to her alliance well.


These people are about to witness the lift-off of my amazingly epic winner's journey.

Came back from Season 1. The guy still thinks he's the greatest Survivor ever, and still wants to be a master strategist.

  • Earn Your Happy Ending: He leaves the game the second time having finally pulled off the one big move in the game he wanted to.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: And without even realizing it. He gives Individual Immunity to Popper, the majority's intended target, only because he's his friend. Because he's eliminated for it, this is considered the only big move he's ever done.


I finally understand it now: I hate pretty much everybody. I hate overly bubbly, cheerful, delusional, self-righteous, arrogant, cutesy, angsty people with a passion, and it turns out that 99.99% of all furries violate at least three of those.

Came back from Season 2: Brains vs. Brawn. Same old Mary thinks the producers are trying to screw with her after she's put on a tribe filled with non-humans.

  • Back Story: She tells a truthful tale about how she began to hate furries with a passion.
  • Character Development: She still hates furries by the end of the season, but while she's on Exile Island, she realizes (in her own narrow-minded way) that she doesn't just hate furries; she hates "bubbly, cheerful, delusional, self-righteous, arrogant, cutesy and angsty people with a passion", and 99.99% of the furries she's met just violate at least three of those. The only people she didn't hate were Sue, Denise, Ryan and Minerva, just because they happened to agree with her.
  • Odd Friendship: With Minerva Mink, of all people.


I could wear a sign that said "I tricked you into turning on each other" and they would still trust me more than the other pair.

Came back from Season 2: Brains vs. Brawn. The series's first major villain is convinced that he can make it far at least one more time.

Amy Randall

I've been staying a bit low key and observing this time around.

Came back from Season 5: The Cursed Islands. Tries to play a more subtle, under-the-radar game, especially since nobody knows who she is (Season 5 was airing while All-Stars was filming) but people start to get suspicious...

  • Action Girl
  • Out of Focus: She does this to avoid being a threat, but people eventually see through this, resulting in her getting voted out just before the merge.


I gotta hand it to Vinnie, maybe there is something to playing hardball. I could get used to this.

Came back from Season 5: The Cursed Islands. After being taken advantage of last season, he seeks tutelage from Vinnie on how to be a good player.


I do not blame [Bitsy] at all for this turn of events; genetically Earth females are weaker than the males.

Came back from Season 2: Brains vs. Brawn. Al steps up his game for his second go, and becomes more than adept at the game.


Let's make sure a Nobody wins this season.

Came back from Season 1. No longer as easy-going as he was first season, he decides to pull his act together.


230-pound dragon being dragged by a 120-pound dingo... yeah, that doesn't add up, no matter how much she says she worked out.

Came back from Season 3. He's still hanging around on his own, he's still sleeping in his tree, but this time a dingo by the name of Bitsy has caught his eye.



Came back from Season 3. Popper, one of the most popular contestants to ever play in the game, comes back to do... Popper things.


Holy crap, this is amazing! I am on Survivor with some of my favorite players from all the seasons. Someone needs to pinch me, I'm dreaming.

Came back from Season 4: Fans vs. Canons. One of the shows biggest fanboys, completely starstruck by the other All-Stars, Joe is back for another round.


I feel that right now, we're in the Revenge of the Nerds setting in the first half where we are bullied, abused, and seen as non-entities... however, we know what happens. The weak take out the strong.

Came back from Season 3. He's given up the moniker of "N", and is determined to play a much better game than last time.


If there are 99 possible ways I'd be safe, and one way I would be dead on arrival, it's obvious what possibility I'd end up with.

Came back from Season 4: Fans vs. Canons. Lucky came back to prove she could have gone far if Minerva hadn't betrayed her.


I prefer hanging out with guys more than girls... I have like no loyalty at all to these girls.

Came back from Season 1. The original Survivor: Fan Characters Action Girl is back to try and get further than 9th place like last time.

  • Action Girl: Wins a fair share of the immunity challenges this time.
  • The Lad-ette / Tomboy: She prefers the company of guys or tomboyish girls like her, which is why she hates being roped into an all-girl alliance and tries to defect from it.
  • Hypocrite: Was pissed when Bitsy backstabbed her, when she was planning on screwing over the girls alliance.
  • One of the Guys
  • Sore Loser
  • Wounded Gazelle Gambit: This is why she wears an eyepatch.



Came back from Season 4: Fans vs. Canons. After learning a new trick, Kala comes back to brighten up the screen with her crazy antics.

  • Cloud Cuckoolander
  • Companion Cube: Happystick, Kevin, and her... special coconut friends.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: She has an epiphany post-merge about how she's all but guaranteed to be dragged to the finals as a goat and makes a pretty convincing argument to Bitsy about how they need to take each other to the Final 2 as the only people they stand a chance of winning against respectively.
  • Genki Girl
  • Smug Snake
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: While she wasn't very pleasant in her first season, she's downright nasty this time.

Bitsy Mitzi

I've been acting like I'm a stone-cold evil mastermind who controls the vote and has a iron fist over the vote... but really I'm scared out of my mind, and I always have been.

Came back from Season 2: Brains vs. Brawn. Bitsy comes back to show that she's not just a nice girl, and there was a reason she was put on the Brains Tribe in Season 2.


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