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Of course it can't be somewhere tropical and nice, where I could get a nice tan, and just feel good.
- The Complainer Is Always Wrong / Horrible Judge of Character: Accuses Teddy of being a schemer in an attempt to save himself. It does not work.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Did not get much focus.
Early on, we need to be a unified tribe. If that means throwing someone weak and untrustworthy under the bus, I have no problem with doing that.
- Alpha Bitch: Tries to be this, with Destiny and Emily as her clique.
- Bare Your Midriff
- Valley Girl: Shows shades of this.
I'm not big on the whole loyalty thing, so if someone came up to me and asked me for their vote, I wouldn't promise them.
You guys are so uncoordinated. That's why you need a great leader, like me!
- Bratty Half-Pint: And how.
- The Load: Lasted four episodes without ever contributing to a challenge win.
I don't care, I'm playing for me, and if you have a problem with that, I'm not letting you walk all over me.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After a falling out with Meagan, and a traumatic encounter with Percival, Destiny decides to switch to the Somi tribe at the first opportunity.
I am so 100% pumped to do this. It's time for me to show what I can do.
- Nice Guy: He was polite, caring, and friendly to everyone (except Tipper).
Why ask me? I am but a nutjob.
- Pungeon Master: Much to the chagrin of his tribe.
- Wild Card: Nobody really knows what his plans are.
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity
- The Ditz
- Dumb Blonde: She has the lightest hair of anyone in the cast, and is not one of the sharpest tools in the shed.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He tried to vote out his own sister, and later on broke ties with Leona and Stefani on a whim.
- The Quiet One: He starts out this way, but when his sister joins his tribe he gets more vocal.
- Sibling Rivalry: With Tipper.
- Theme Twin Naming: Tipper and Topper.
- Nice Girl: She tries to avoid and settle conflicts the best she can. Deconstructed, as being the only consistently nice person in the game made her a huge threat, resulting in her being repeatedly targeted.
- Fashion Model
- Manipulative Bitch: She takes careful notes of her fellow players' weaknesses, and seems to excel in getting people to trust her.
- Smug Snake: She tends to have a lot of confidence in other people doing what she says.
- Might Makes Right: He tends to believe this after Percival's magic gets to him.
- Jerkass: He is a downright unpleasant person to be around.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: Made several homophobic slurs towards Pace.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He is constantly boasting that his tribe needs him. However, when it was time to put his money where his mouth is, he does poorly in it.
- Smug Snake: He actually thought it could antagonise his tribe and still had a chance of winning.
- Troll: He loves messing around with people.
- Ax-Crazy: She was already making these creepy suggestions and she had gotten worse after Kurtis been voted out.
- Cute But Psycho: She could go from sweet and friendly to crazy and violent in the span of a few seconds. Deconstructed as both sides are untrustworthy to be around.
- Horrible Judge of Character: She thinks that Oliver is a bully for antagonizing Kurtis even when hearing him say worse things to everyone. Um, what?
- Name's the Same: With Dana S
- Jerk Jock: Downplayed. He is not a bad person but he can be narrow-minded when thinking about survival of the fittest and because of this would act condescending towards Pace.
- Ship Tease: With Hope.
- Smug Snake: He tries to be The Chessmaster but he ended up being the first person voted out of his tribe.
- Beleaguered Assistant: To Kishawn.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She had started off quite nice but soon turned a little mean. This is Downplayed and Justified seeing that her closest allies, Kishawn and Maja are less than positive people.
- Headphones Equal Isolation: He wears a pair of headphones and prefers to be alone most of the time.
- He Knows Too Much: He had gotten voted out by Allie because he knows her Dark Secret.
- The Quiet One: He doesn't like interacting with others.
- Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: She had tried to ally with Hope, someone that everyone hates at this point. Because of this, Sly got furious at her and got her voted off.
- Tsundere: Acts like one at times.
- Leader Wannabe: He sees himself as the leader of his tribe, however, he was disliked by most of his tribe.
- Small Name, Big Ego: In-Universe, he is a famous musician. However, here, he is an incompetent leader and strategist who always ended up voting in the minority, even when he was in a good spot at the time.
- Flanderization: Before Carter left, she wasn't obsessed over backstabbers.
- Reality Show Genre Blindness: She doesn't care about strategy and just wants to have a good time. She wouldn't be that bad if she expects everyone to follow the same mindset.
- Ship Tease: With Carter. It is clear that she is head-over-heels for him but while Carter does enjoy her company, it is unknown if he felt the same way.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: For Sly.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Acted like a decent girl early on but after Carter had been voted out, she had been extremely bitter and abrasive towards the people who targeted him, especially Sly.
- Nice Girl: She is sweet and polite towards everyone, even though that she doesn't like.
- Wise Beyond Their Years: She is definitely more mature than half of the cast.
- The Chessmaster: He had made a lot of moves.
- Smug Snake: Becomes this when he tried to backstab Sydney after the Tribal Swap.
- The Spock: He believes that a good player should be focused on strategy and not on emotion. This became his Fatal Flaw when he thought that everyone would think the same way and not vote out of emotion.
- The Eeyore: Played with. He has almost non-existent self-esteem at first but he wants nothing more than his tribe to come together.
- Prone to Tears: At first, he is very sensitive and is easy to make cry.
- Took a Level in Badass: Becomes more assertive after Carter is voted out as he stands up to Hope's ranting.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He wants nothing more than his tribe to come together. Even if it means burning down the shelter.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Plays the role of a simple girl when her true personality is anything but.
- Femme Fatale: She flirts with guys to try to get her on her side.
- Hyper-Competent Sidekick: To Kishawn.
- Manipulative Bitch: She is not really a nice person because she is constantly talking about backstabbing people.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Her main strategy is acting like a Dumb Blonde and hiding behind Alpha Males, particularly Kishawn.
- Dark and Troubled Past: She... Or rather he used to be a Jaded Washout who is ashamed to face his family and friends after his failures. Then, he came across Percival and made a deal with him to change his entire purpose. Unfortunately, Percival decided to make Allie into eyecandy and turned him into a woman.
- Deal with the Devil: She had made one with Percival from last season and she deeply regretted it.
- Gender Bender: She actually used to be a man. However, after asking Percival to change him, she had became this. However, this is not Played for Laughs.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can be more than a little confrontational at times (especially with Oliver), however, she can be civil and deeply regretted backstabbing Tyler, even though she had a good reason for doing so.
- Freudian Excuse: The reason she is so abrasive is because her boyfriend had cheated for someone else.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She is brash and short-tempered and had more than her fair share of conflicts with other people, but she is truly good with people who earned her trust like Finley and Allie.
- Woman Scorned: After being cheated on, she came into the game intending to play a cutthroat game and refuses to be taken advantage by anyone ever again.
- Berserk Button: Being betrayed seeing that he had a lot of boyfriend who cheated on him.
- The Ditherer: Has a tendency to flip on alliances whenever he sees fit for one reason or another.
- Hypocrite: Gets really upset whenever he is backstabbed or mistreated in any way, but he is notorious for doing the most flip-flopping out of everyone.
- Looking For Love In The Wrong Places: At one point, he immediately gets smitten for Bleuth. Now for those who don't know, Bleuth is a sneaky, manipulative Smug Snake. Yeah, you could do a little better, buddy...
- The Napoleon: He is one of the smallest contestants and has one of the shortest tempers.
- Unreliable Narrator: He says that he had been cheated on a lot in the past. Now that may be true, however, judging by his attitude in the game as evident by the following tropes, he is probably just as much to blame.
- Younger Than They Look: He could easily be mistaken for someone in their early teens at most. However, he is actually a biologically-grown adult. And pointing this out is a bit of a Berserk Button for him.
- Butt-Monkey: Goes through the majority of the season being underestimated by most of the cast.
- Never My Fault: She could be somewhat deluded at times by thinking that people will see the same way she does. A prime example of this is creating a shelter... In the shallow water and is genuinely appalled that Kishawn called her out on this.
- Plucky Girl: She has been looked down on for the majority of the game, but while she did lashed out a few times, she overall tried to be strong.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He is one of the most angrily-vocal about Kurtis' homophobic comments. Justified seeing that he himself is gay. He also forced Allie to reveal her Dark Secret. However, he immediately regretted it.
- Nice Guy: While he does have his moments of lashing out (see above), he is a good-natured young man who wants the best for his friends. He even kept Sly's secret about burning down the shelter.
- Only Sane Woman: She is cast to be this for her tribe. Now this may seem like a huge red flag against her surviving on said tribe. But not only did she survived the pre-merge period, but she made it to the end and won.
Magic is kind of my thing. I don't usually do card tricks and stuff though, I get more advanced than that.
- Magicians Are Wizards: She is a Stage Magician. However, instead of the usual illusion acts most magicians do, she does actual magic like levitation, and she implies she can transform= objects and even living beings. Of course, we don't see the extent of her magic due to her being the first boot.
Ooh no, I told one little fib to make sure you didn't get the idol. A real tragedy for the rest of us.
- The Leader: Was one for Ochora.
- Never My Fault: When Rocky called her out for hiding the location of Town Square from her tribe, thus not giving them free flint, she vehemently deflected the issue and focused on Rocky's shortcomings.
Oh, perhaps we could have a soiree to celebrate! That would lift our spirits for the first challenge, I bet. And aren't they simply delightful occasions?
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Presents herself as cheerful and friendly. However, it was all an act and Buddy was the only one who saw through her façade at first.
If I could divine everything whenever I wanted, I would not need this competition.
- Nice Guy: Approachable and docile to everyone. Well, except Rocky.
- Seer: He can see small glimpse of the future. However, they are awfully vague so he can't truly predict the future.
- Winged Humanoid: Has a pair of wings. Even when the series had a blue-furred Reality Warper in the past, he definitely sticks out because of them.
We hold the power here, so if the others can just continue to not see the bigger picture then making merge should be smooth sailing.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He kept going around the backs of people who trusted him and voted them out.
- Disc-One Final Boss: He was the biggest move-maker in the early rounds of the game despite only being to three Tribal Councils, caused major backstabs in the first two.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After causing a lot of backstabbing, scheming and keeping a major Jerkass, A few people had enough of his shadiness and decided to vote him out.
Well, it ain't exactly a vacation, that's for sure, but laying down and drinking fruity cocktails ain't my idea of a good time either.
- Cool Old Guy: The oldest contestant in the cast and one of the most laidback and friendliest.
- Nice Guy: Respectable and affable to everyone. Even tried to give Rocky a decent chance. Needless to say, said chance fell on deaf ears, but hey, it is the thought that counts.
Okay, so I don't know where Khall has been today, but truth be told does it look like I care? I have more important things to worry about.
- Competition Freak: Not to being obsessed with it, but she is one of the hardest players in the game. However, this is also her Fatal Flaw as she plays TOO hard.
- Irrational Hatred: Dislikes Monty for... Being old. No, seriously she flat-out admitted that she had little reason to hate him in a confessional.
- "Monty just... sucks, I know he hasn't really done anything wrong, and he's been nothing but nice and helpful, and he helped build the shelter and made the fire, but he's just... he sucks. I want to get rid of him, with or without Tara's help."
- Jerkass: If you are not helping her game or doing exactly what she says, she will not treat you with respect.
- Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: Constantly shutting down Khall's thoughts and while sometimes she has genuine reasons to do so, she stubbornly ignores any and all suggestions that clashed with her current plan. Soon, even HE had enough and flipped on her.
Gee, I hope this comic relief is working, or else I'm just detracting from a crucial scene.
- Beleaguered Assistant: He of all people plays this role to Jackie. While Jackie spends a lot of time calling out Khall for his stupidity, Khall spends about the same time calling out her impulsive gameplay.
- Everyone Has Standards: Despite being self-proclaimed Plucky Comic Relief, he could only take so much of Jackie shutting his suggestions down and quite coldly flipped on her.
- Meta Guy: Fully knows that he is in a Survivor fanfic and made a lot of commentary about the usual aspects of it.
- Plucky Comic Relief: For the most part, he is just there to add comic relief in a mostly serious cast.
- Shoo Out the Clowns: Though BECAUSE of how serious the story was getting, he was the first post-merge boot.
Leadership is in my blood, but to come out and say 'hi, I'm Jennifer, here to boss you all around' would be a death sentence.
- The Leader: For Chalpe.
- Non-Gameplay Elimination: Gets pulled out of the game for assaulting Rocky.
- Rage Breaking Point: After she and her allies kept being verbally harassed by Rocky, she had finally had enough and spit on him. Deconstructed as this got her kicked out of the game and Rocky got the better of her.
I thought this was a social experiment, emphasis on social. Is it wrong for me to want to think this over?
- Nice Girl: She is one of the more easily-approachable contestants and doesn't raise her voice, even when dealing with people like Jackie and Rocky.
- Platonic Life-Partners: With Buddy.
It's not always the wild you have to worry about. Sometimes the biggest dangers are hiding in human skin.
- Conspiracy Theorist: Over time, he becomes this, thinking that the host, Vincent is rigging the game in Rocky's favour, and that Rocky (a skunk) is using his spray to brainwash people.
- Flanderization: At the start, he strongly disliked Rocky, but for good reason and at a calm level, but as Rocky continues to survive elimination, Rhett grows even more paranoid and vitriolic.
- Improperly Paranoid: Not at the start, but as Rocky felt on being an Elimination Houdini, he is making some absurd assumptions about how he is in the same and make some reckless moves. Fortunately, he gets better in Ponderosa.
I'm not a happy-go-lucky guy, understand? I'm not going to fake a smile just for brownie points with these people.
- Deadpan Snarker: Due to his lack of positive chemistry with most of the cast, he has a lot of sarcastic quips to say.
- Grumpy Bear: As evident by his above quote, he acts grumps and doesn't even pretend to hide it.
- Jerkass: While he doesn't go on his way to antagonize people, he is rude, grumpy and doesn't deal well with others.
- Villainous Friendship: With Denine. Though it is less villainous and more antagonistic.
I've been told I come off as confrontational at times, but I see it as making it clear that my trust needs to be earned.
- Anti-Hero: He is actually a decent guy, but his jaded view of the world makes him sceptical of people. Dealing with Lisa, Denine and Louie doesn't help.
- The Cynic: A conversation with Candace reveals that he is actually has a slightly negative view of the world and deems it necessary to put up a tough guy routine if he doesn't wanted to take advantage of.
- Jerkass Façade: When dealing with people he doesn't trust, he acts confident and confrontational to avoid being humiliated, even though he actually dislikes fighting with people.
- Platonic Life-Partners: With Paula.
Okay, seriously? What is with this tribe and blocking every attempt I make to reconnect with Mother Gaia?
- New-Age Retro Hippie: Well, she tries to be in the start with trying to reconnect with "Mother Gaia" to help with her recovery, but her true personality and various other events kept getting in the way and it didn't take long for her to abandon this.
- Recovered Addict: Of vaping. Granted, it was actually just harmless water, it is still treated as such.
I'm not stupid, I'm a grown woman who can handle herself. I need to prove myself, and I won't do that by laying low.
Yeah I pretty much hate everyone here. Am I going to wear it on my sleeve? Hell no, I want to stay in the competition.
Nobody ever just gets out of the way because they realize how much more awesome I am than them. But I don't pick fights I can't win.
I can't think long-term in these cramped quarters. I just can't! I feel like every second I spend out here is a second I'm letting people plot against me.