SupaCooWackyLand (Season 1) – Rounds 1-3

Pre-game:

Aaron Frazee

Aaron is very eager to play. He embraces Vecepia and Sandra players overall. I don’t think he’ll be the biggest competitor in challenges, but look for him to be observant and agreeable overall. Many people will find him to be the ideal candidate to add to their alliance, and I think they will simply overlook him.

If everyone else isn’t careful, Aaron could very well get by round after round after round, then whatdayaknow, you’re handing him your vote to win this game.

He also came into this game alone. He doesn’t have the connections that other people do. Look for him to be a potential swing vote and hold a lot of power throughout the course of the game.

Amy Allen

On one hand, Amy is an active player. On the other, I’m not sure if she’s into this quite as much as the others. She plays in a lot of ORGs, and the idea of not knowing many of these players and not having her closest friends involved may put herself a bit ‘out of it’.

If Amy sucks it up, accepts not all of her best buds are playing, doesn’t let the other ORGs get in the way, I could see her doing very well. She’s just that likeable. And I’ll be amazed if she goes before the merge. She’s also strong enough to hold her own in tribal challenges.

However, I’ll be amazed if she makes it to the end. She’s not THAT good at challenges compared to the others, and the fact our final challenge is endurance, she might not stay as long as some of the others who have been waiting with anticipation for this game to start.

Anton Hirsch

I’m curious about Anton. I know him the least out of everyone. I know he recruited Kosek into this game, and Kosek seems remote from the intense Survivor world and the ORG world. It will be up to Anton to keep his ally in the game. If he is able to do it, and keep his relationship with Kosek discreet and plays it as “just another number,” Anton can take it to the top.

If Anton doesn’t want to try too hard to keep Kosek into the game in favour of making everyone else happy, then Anton will lose a key piece. There’s so many pairs in this cast that Anton will have to work hard to rally. He’s a nice enough guy though. I just don’t see him being the aggressor if he doesn’t have Kosek with him.  His confidence might die with Kosek’s removal.

Arun Jain

If I had to sum up Arun, I’d say this: Do. Not. Underestimate. Him.

He started playing ORGs from a very young age, and he’s only sixteen now, but if you underestimate his cunning abilities, you’re dead. Arun will make sure he is one step above the next most inactive player in his tribe. Well, he’ll start out top tier for activity, but he’ll dip about midway through the tribal phase. He’s that good at recognizing how to claim your spot in the tribe.

If Arun plays it smart, which I would put money on he will, he is going to pinpoint who is pairing up in this game and he’ll choose one equally trustworthy person who he knows is flying solo and absolutely tear through this game.

Arun will not be a target because he won’t be too active in the latter half of the game, but he more than makes up for it with deceit and covering his butt so much that the others will think he’s beatable.

I’ll end off with Arun by saying that if him and Jay work together…It’s game over for the others. Arun and Jay can play the classic ‘third tribe’ method to have everyone else who think they are in power to knock each other out. Arun and Jay will be seen as the glue to keep their majority but as they’re more focused on keeping Arun and Jay on their side, the only thing that will happen is that you’re giving Arun and Jay more power. That’s my prediction if these two team up. It all hinges on seeing if they will be looking at each other as rivals or if they’re so desperate to break up Branden-Amy-Jenn, Kosek-Anton, Elvera-Nelson-Mario, Grensted-Ego to control things.

Arun will also be the one I believe to pick up the idol we have on the table in the first round.

Post-Branden Quit: He should be looking to break up Jay-Jenn-Amy-Darian chain. Which he probably will.

Branden N Billy

Branden, Branden, Branden. He will be juggling between his friendships and playing this game. Every time I’ve played with him, that’s always been the issue. If Fede completed the qualifying stage, Branden might have had this game locked up. Branden has a super tight bond with Amy and he has a super tight bond with Jenn. Although Jenn voted him out in Fiona’s game, they have made up since then. For players like Jay, Arun, Fiona, and Mariscal possibly, they know how tight these three will be and will be looking to the non-ORGers to split them up. If the non-ORGers buy the BS that Branden and Co. sell them, it will be an easy ride for Branden to the end…until he has to choose.

I have waited to see what would happen if Branden makes tight bonds and Final Two deals with people he perceives as friends and how he will deal with it once he has to pick someone as a favourite. Branden and Co. being in control will be very predictable but I see a storyline forming to cap off as the apex to this game in the finale. It will be a complete contrast to Arun and Jay putting together “The Third Tribe” effect.

Brian Kosek

He won’t be aggressive. He’s quiet. Recruited by Anton. If Anton is voted out, I hope it encourages Kosek to step up more than it vanquishes all interest in the game.

If he is voted out before Anton, I will be equating it to a very boring exit and I won’t have more than two lines to say about it.

If he is voted out after Anton and is encouraged to keep playing, I see a very dynamic player being formed. He is a big question mark for me right now. I know very little about the guy, he doesn’t seem to comprehend the style of these challenges, and I’m not sold about him being one hundred percent active. He could be a very likely first casualty in this game.

Brian Meagher

I am ecstatic someone like him signed up. Nobody knows a thing about him. He has messaged me on multiple occasions about the game. He tried hard to make sure either Eve or Ryan Flynn ended up as the eighteenth player. He has Ryan in his pocket and he has zero history with any of these players. He is on PoS but he claims to read way more than caring to post anything.

He’s played Survivor live with his friends. This guy is not stupid.

I am ready to jump up and down thinking about what Brian will do in this game. Him and Kosek both share that they don’t know jack about anyone playing, but this Brian will be the polar opposite to how the other Brian will do in this game.

Good luck, Brian. I hope you can play off of the big aggressive ORG players tackling each other and you sneaking in there. Just be careful you don’t get your hand caught in the cookie jar. Because if these ORGers catch on to you over scheming, they’ll put off their conflicts for a round and take you out.

Darian Jones

Eager to play. He responded quickly to the qualifying test and he has been on top of everything. He is overtly friendly, and I think with the other personalities in this cast, that will benefit him. I doubt he will be any sort of mastermind, but when you’ve got Arun, Jay, Scott, and Branden in the mix, and a second tier group of leaders ready to take over if there’s a coup d’etat, then being a Darian may be best.

He’s genuinely friendly and sociable by the looks of it. There will be so much crap going on in the course of the game that the sheer ability of people liking you and you being a constant positive force in challenges and conversations could get you far. Who knows, Branden may favour him and bring him to the Final Two as a gesture of good will!

Darian will be effective if he chooses to get into people’s hearts rather than their minds. If he chooses to go for the mind, he will be wiped out. Stick to his most endearing quality and I see Darian going far into the game. Sometimes the best strategy is no strategy in Survivor.

Elvera Tarberg

She’s likeable but she will get into fights throughout the game. Earlier today it was announced she won a jury vote 8-1-0 with Mariscal and Nelson Zapeda. So this Final Three has made it into this cast. I don’t know if all three were allied or not, but obviously they were allied long enough to make it deep into the game where all three were at the end. This development is on Jay’s radar, Fiona’s radar, Jenn’s radar, and Branden’s radar. They created a very obvious target for themselves, but this stellar group will likely have so many targets that it’s really anyone’s guess as to who will be split up first.

Fiona ‘FiFi’ Smith

One of the best players ever. She does not lie down. She is way too aggressive for it. She is an extremely convincing player as well as a good liar. When she backstabs, the backstab goes deep. Scott told me he refused to play with her over a move that occurred years ago!

I have ridden Fiona for my personal benefit in games past, so I know just how much of a leader she is in these games. She doesn’t play too much anymore to where she has her connection of friends like she used to. Will she be able to identify the PoS players who are on their own and use them to take out the big guns in Branden and Elvera? Time will tell.

She may live worlds away, but she knows this game inside and out. Fiona should not be underestimated despite being an ORG veteran of the past. Actually, many of the people in the cast have recently played in HER games.

Jay Merrell

Probably one of the most well-rounded players in this cast. He’s devious, likeable, and well aware of how to work people and where his role lies.

He can lead, he can fade, he can win challenges, he can throw them away. This guy is exactly like me, except he’s probably better in every aspect of Survivor.

He has a bond with Jenn that goes back four or five years. He is on PoS. He is in the ORG world. He hosts. Out of anyone, he probably knows the greatest number of people in this group.

Fiona watched him win back-to-back games in her series! She knows the tight ship ran between Jay and Jenn.

Jay has the most options out of anyone. That’s the good news. But that is also the bad news. If I had to guess, he’d hope that Jenn will be on his side and convert Branden from being in power to not realizing he is really a servant to Jenn and Jay. I may have to go back and change my opinion of Branden being the leader or out of this game now that I think about it. It’s a messed up triangle these three have.

Post-Branden Quit: This guy will be in a great position if he can brainwash Jenn into dropping her closest allies in favour of having Jay with her in the Final Two. If Jay accomplishes this and still manages to cut Jenn’s throat right before the end, he may very well be in the winner’s circle.

Jennifer ‘Jenn’ Giampersa-Lauzon

Her kryptonite is Jay. Otherwise, she’ll do just fine in this game. If she can keep Jay out of her mind or at least work with him in a way that doesn’t cloud who she needs in the Final Two with her, then aces for her.

She’s loyal, she’s strong, and methodical in terms of strategy. Let’s hope she doesn’t over think things. That’s when she’ll be in trouble.

If Jenn goes early, I’ll be shocked. You may as well ignore her until the merge is upon us. Then she’ll start being worthwhile to watch and have to dodge being in danger. The conflict won’t revolve around her compared to anybody else in the cast. I don’t see her being called out for much of anything.

Post-Branden Quit: Jenn’s position has skyrocketed. She doesn’t have any obvious alliances besides Jay, but yet is on good terms with everyone who has been a regular in the ORG World. She just needs to stay focused and avoid Jay prying her off of everyone else.

Mariscal Mario

Tough guy. Direct. His application said “don’t have astrological sign” and listed his age as 100, and answered “don’t care” to the rules about the hidden immunity idol.

He is older, more sure of himself, and I look for him to be an early exit or someone who is carried to the end for burning too many bridges. There won’t be much middle ground for Mariscal.

He will not be a follower in this game. He’s in control or ousted. Count on it.

Marty Vargas

He is yet another player part of the Philippines connection in the ORG world. I don’t see him being a leader, and I don’t see him being vicious either. I do, however, see him getting on everyone’s nerves with his overall enthusiasm for the game. He posts on boards all the time asking for games to play which forces him to not be viewed as ‘sophisticated’ and frowned upon by the jock-like veterans who view him as being a mildly annoying newbie.

He can put himself on Elvera’s back, or look to somebody else for guidance, but if he ain’t pulling his weight in challenges, it’s bye bye Marty in the first five rounds. Unless people want to make power plays and cave in the walls of this game. Then he’s fine.

Mervin Sanding

He is considered one of the biggest heroes in the ORG World. He doesn’t play too often because he hates the ORG cliques, but for whatever reason, he had a last minute urge to fill in for Branden and sign up for this game.

I really don’t know what to expect from Mervin. Will he be giving it 110% or will he fail because his interest was barely sufficient for him to step into this game?

For how popular he is, I would assume he has a huge target on his back. Probably not pre-merge, but the second we merge, ain’t nobody want to take Mervin to the Final Two. You will have a very good chance of losing unless Mervin starts pulling out the dagger and stabs people left and right when they aren’t paying attention in this game.

Nelson Zapeda

This guy is an up and down player. I feel like there’s chinks in his armour strategically and socially, but his strength in challenges when he wants to put both of his feet in will allow him to the merge easily. I haven’t seen him not make the merge. He’s just that valuable for challenges.

Nelson needs to avoid the manipulations or the underdogs using him to their benefit. If Nelson goes into the merge with lower numbers, he’ll be toast immediately. He NEEDS to merge in the majority to stay afloat in this game, and make sure he doesn’t leave an opening for the blades to come out and sink their way into his back.

Ryan Flynn

Brian recruited him. Ryan and Brian play a Survivor game with a group of friends camping on an annual basis. So I don’t think Ryan will have a problem of being sharp or not. It’ll just be a matter of him making sure he is in the mood to play this game and develop a game plan with Brian to get to the top. I think these two could very well sneak their way into the end by avoiding the massive egos and reputations. Stealth and making zero enemies along the way = success for these two. Ryan needs to adapt to how to function in these challenges.

Ryan Lisman

I doubt his name will be Ryan Lisman for long. Soon enough The Most Interesting Man on the Universe will be referred to as RyLis. He never really plays ORGs. The only people who know him are on the PoS board. RyLis has a hate for all under the radar players winning this game. He respects the connivers. I assume he’ll be making drastic moves himself. And if he is voted out, he’ll vote for the most conniving one to win. He did a ranking of every player and every stint they had on Survivor. Vecepia was ranked fourth worst of all time. That’s how much he hates floaters and UTR players.

I don’t know what to expect, but RyLis is going to do something big. I hope it’s not all talk. He’ll keep things interesting for sure.

Scott Grensted

He had Fiona blocked for years. He’s aggressive and doesn’t fear getting into fights. He is a big Russell fan, and seeing how good he’s in with all Survivor alumni and Jim Early, Grensted will be a leader. No way he’ll follow. I know I’ve said that about a few people, but I’ll be amazed if Grensted is the one who caves in.

If him and Fiona are on the same tribe, I think it will be a case of one not being able to survive while the other lives. There’s just too much conflict there and they know it. If they’re on separate tribes, Scott will be able to focus and put together a strong alliance that might supercede Arun’s chaotic nature, Branden’s Friendship, or the duos in Elvera, Anton, and Brian’s groups.

I am confident he will make jury if him and Fiona are on opposite tribes, then he will become a monumental target. The opposing tribe will probably be hinted to try and cause an upset by getting Scott’s alliance to drop him.

Overall, I am impressed with this group. I can’t wait for it to play out. All are active, and almost all will play this game in their own effective way. It’s a shame not all of them can make it deep into this game.

PREDICTION:

18th: Kosek

17th: Mariscal

16th: Ryan

15th: Marty

14th: Amy

13th: RyLis

12th: Aaron

11th: Nelson

10th: Fiona

9th: Anton

8th: Mervin

7th: Scott

6th: Arun

5th: Brian

4th: Darian

3rd: Jay

2nd: Elvera

1st: Jenn

Challenge 0: Encryption

Inspired By: Online Survivor 10’s Opening Immunity Challenge and Survivor: Palau’s captains twist.

Winner(s): Jenn (26 minutes) and Darian (57 minutes)

Reward: Jenn picks opposing captain. Jenn and Darian both have immunity from the first vote. Jenn and Aaron start a chain for picking the tribes. Jenn and Aaron both get to establish the order for when people receive clues to the idol.

Challenge I: Trivia Blockade

Inspired By: Survivor: Palau’s (and later Micronesia’s) Woods and Knots Barricade.

Winners: Coo 20/21 correct – Marty Penalty vs. Supa 15/79 correct – Arun and Elvera Penalty.

September 7th – 9th, 2011

(ARUN)-(ANTON)-(BRIAN K.)-(*DARIAN*)-(ELVERA)-(JAY)-(*JENN*)-(NELSON)-(RYLIS)

At the top of this post each of you will see your name. As you know, as long as your name is listed on your tribe’s roster, you are still in this game. Once your name is removed and thrown to the bottom of the post, you’re voted out which will be the case for one of you this round.

Please note Darian and Jenn have asterisks around their name because they are wearing immunity this round thanks to being first and second in the opening challenge. Unless they announce they’re giving up immunity to somebody else, they are safe and only one of the other seven of you are eligible.

Also note you MUST answer your assigned questions in THIS TOPIC in order for your vote to count.

ARUN,

1. You were the only one who submitted questions prior to the deadline. Do you think that should translate to you being safe this round?

Well yea I did it just because I had questions. I think people were busy with Labor Day. So if it translates to me being safe…eh I hope so. 🙂

2. What attributes do you possess that should keep you through the first round?

Im active.

ANTON,

1. It’s safe to say this camp has been a ghost town for the most part over the past week. Do you think communication is the problem for this tribe?

No communication isnt the problem, seems like inactivity was more of our demise this week. i cant say much either as i did not sumbit questions or answer them. But a key to winning starts with Participating…

2. What can the tribe do to talk more in the future?

I think we just need to socialize more and hopefully peoples schedules aer a bit more open this week and we can all participate in the next challenge and kick some COO ass

BRIAN K.,

1. Eight of you didn’t create questions, and you guys combined for only fifteen correct. How do you base a vote on such limited criteria?

So different people are gonna step up at different times. Much like playin golf on a best ball tournament.

2. Do you think the person voted out will be eliminated for fair reasoning?

Ya, someone will step up when there tome comes

DARIAN,

1. Do you think having an immunity in advance led to you and Jenn feeling more comfortable in this challenge?

In a way i gues i let immunity get to my head and didnt go that extra 2 inches i could have pushed my self because of the heavy amounts of school work. But i can’t hold that as an excuse because i knew what i was signing up for.

2. Do you feel like the decision of this vote will rely on who is guaranteed to be safe this round or is that not really a factor?

I’m going to base my decision off of the people i have seen the least of. People who i have not seen post or comment on alot of supa tribe things.

ELVERA,

1. Once the questions came in, you and RyLis were the only two who provided correct answers. Do you think that fact alone should exonerate you from being voted out, or do you think that fact will be overlooked?

Not sure, only time will tell. i wish i could have helped more but it was such a busy day yesterday and i’ve no time to re-watch all of those movies just to pay attention to the tiniest details.

2. Did you notice there’s a difference between Burton Reynolds and Burton Roberts?

Yeah, i should have asked rowan evans first since he has a man crush on burton but i dont think getting the surname right will make any huge impact with the scoring.

JAY,

1. There’s a penalty idol at your camp. You don’t how many tried to take it this round or if someone may already possess it. Take me down your line of thinking when you saw that twist.

Of course there is going to be idols at camp, I bet someone already has the idol all ready. So this twist can be annoying with the paranoia that is going to become in this game as it enters the second round.

2. Is it better to lose badly in the first immunity or is it better for it to be a close loss in terms of increasing your success in the next immunity challenge?

rather lose on closer terms, because it’s a much more fair approach to the game. Losing badly will cause drama, but I guess everyone is think about themselves than the team aspect. Since that twist has entered the game, our tribe might dissolve unless we get our act together.

JENN,

1. In the opening challenge, you smoked everyone. By a long ways. Do you think that will increase your stock in this tribe, or is all of that erased because of the mishap this immunity?

Honestly, I dont know. I just hope that this last challenge wont hurt me too much in future tribals because as I had said, there is a lot going on at home lately.

2. Your tribe had the top two finishers in the opening challenge, yet the challenge is nowhere close. Do you think there was a level of overconfidence this round or is there something fundamentally wrong we’re not seeing happen in the early  stages of the game?

I think it may have just been bad timing. School was starting up again and people tend to be extremely busy those last few days of “freedom”.

NELSON,

1. You were picked last. Do you think the tribe has gotten past who was picked when on opening day, or do you find people scanning “that person was picked fourth we need to do something…that person was picked seventh we need to keep a lookout” and trying to analyze it?

I try not to be over-analyze everything. It’s just a game and everything you do can either make or break you.

2. You are one of seven who could be voted out this round. What’s your pitch for this tribe to keep you?

I am usually a very active contributor just not on this round coz I was on my final job interview. I hope they will understand.

RYLIS,

1. You were one of the most anxious people on your tribe for the first challenge to start, and now you see how your tribe performed. Does that reduce your anxiousness to continue competing or does it add fuel to the fire?

It adds fuel because it makes me just want to kick ass more and win the whole game

2. How do you see the vote going down given that such little interaction has been going on in your tribe group? Or do you find agreements being made behind closed doors?

I think and hope that the tribe will make a vote based on who will help the tribe least, and that we should be fairly open with our voting

Okay. Darian and Jenn are immune and cannot be voted for. Everyone else is fair game.

When you vote, please do so in the following format:

– Send a private message to me on this Facebook account.

– Your message should open up with the name of the person you’re voting for within brackets like this:

(LOGAN)

REASON: He asked me two questions this round, and all they ended up being were questions related to our performance in the challenge! Ugh, I’m sick of his babbling at Tribal Council already. I can’t wait to see you G-O-N-E. Buh bye!

However you write up the name in brackets is exactly how it will appear when I reveal the votes unless it’s excessively inappropriate.

Alright, between now and 2:00PM eastern Friday, it is time to vote. Supa tribe, you’re up.

Jenn:

(BRIAN)

Reason:

Since the very first day when he got picked, I have not heard a thing from him. At least everyone else posted something to show they were “alive” but I saw nothing from him.

Darian:

(Brian)

Reason: I have not seen him communicate with anyone in the tribe so far. He has not commented, or messaged anyone in the tribe as far as I am aware of.

Arun:

(BRAIN K.)

Soley because the fact I really dont know you. And you didnt do anything in the challenge. Pure random, not strategic at all! Peace

Anton:

(Arun)

Jay:

(ARUN)

I really wanted him to stay in the game, but the majority wants him gone. So I am really sorry bud.

Brian K.:

(arun)

Elvera:

(arun)

RyLis:

(nelson)

Nelson:

(Arun)

Majority

5 votes Arun 3 votes Brian 1 vote Nelson

If anybody has a hidden immunity idol and they wanted to play it this round, this would be the time I’d reveal it.

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Okay. Once the votes are read, the decision is final and the person voted out will be removed from this tribe’s group almost immediately. I’ll read the votes.

First vote: (nelson)

Second vote: (Brian)

Third vote: (arun)

That’s one vote for Nelson, Brian, and Arun.

Next vote: (arun)

Fifth vote: (Arun)

That’s three votes Arun, one vote Nelson, and one vote Brian.

Sixth vote: (Arun)

Four votes Arun, one vote Nelson, and one vote Brian.

Next vote…..

(BRIAN)

Four votes Arun, two votes Brian, and one vote Nelson.

Next vote……

(BRAIN K.)

I’ll assume that’s a vote for Brian. Four votes Arun, three votes Brian, one vote Nelson, and one vote left.

Last vote…….

And the first person voted out of the Supa tribe….

(ARUN)

Arun, you need to bring me your torch.

Arun, the tribe has spoken.

(XXXX)

It’s time for you to go.


Jay Merrell Sorry to see you go Arun Jain 😦


Arun Jain are you kidding me


Arun Jain I shouldnt have participated.


Arun Jain Balls to you all


Logans Hosting-Org Well, judging by how the vote went down, a majority was met but still enough of a spread that shows this tribe isn’t entirely on the same page.

The ONE person who submitted questions for the challenge where you guys were slaughtered results in that same person being voted out.

The good news is that this tribe is confident enough in their abilities to succeed in the future.

The bad news is that you may have eliminated a tribe member who could have made your life just a little easier.

P.S. As you can see, after I say the tribe has spoken, I let the tribe member say a simple “screw you” just like you would on the real Survivor, then I kick them out of the group, then I give this little speech just like Jeff Probst would after the tribe member is gone. Aren’t I clever? 🙂

EPISODE ONE BLOG SEPTEMBER 2ND

WE’RE BACK!

It has been over two years since Sund Survivor Facebook’s completion. I am happy to return to the hosting world, whether it be offline or online, and with our best cast yet! Take note there isn’t any blood relatives for the first time either. I decided to do this game after a frustration with how Survivor has been perceived and interpreted (I’m looking at you Redemption Island and Final Threes!), what the producers themselves have done to massacre Survivor’s image, and the lack of originality by ORG hosts or the fact they blindly follow the current blasphemous series of twists that Survivor has made the norm.

When I opened up applications, I told everyone flat out there wouldn’t be any Redemption Island, Outcasts, Final Three, idols that give insane advantages, idol re-hides, forced tribe switches, and forced double Tribal Councils.

This led to my most successful attempt in rounding up people to play. Last year I tried to run a Mole game and I only had two applicants:

Michael May

Lorii Ann Hearn.

Hope you enjoyed that little fun fact.

THE OPENING

I was nervous how to structure the cryptogram properly. I gave everyone prior to the game one of six letters that appeared in the code three to four times. I also knew there could be low attendance, and thus a lack of trading may hinder how quickly the challenge is completed. I wanted the challenge to end after an hour at the very latest. After all, this was live and we still had a tribal pick ‘em to get to.

Truth be told I didn’t know what hints were needed, so I came up with them on the spot as soon as it hit :25 and started delivering them every ten minutes. Once I realized half the group was throwing it to masquerade their potential in challenges, I started giving hints every five minutes starting at :45 to ensure that the weakest person trying their hearts out to solve it would have it done within the hour. It worked.

In my previous game, the first two to solve the cryptogram won a secret reward, which turned out to be a hidden immunity idol. In addition, they would be declared the captain of their tribe during the pick ‘em, and to choose someone they would like to oppose throughout the game.

This resulted in the captain facing the tribe with the member they wanted to oppose, and the person they each chose to be the opposition would be immune from the first Tribal Council. So two people would be voted out between the two head-to-head heats. There was also an Exile Island following the immunity challenge where a THIRD idol was picked up. In the second round we merged into two tribes with a captain with an idol and an opposition with the necklace would merge to face off their counterparts. All of this took place in 72 hours. Then I introduced a Sitting Out Idol. Needless to say, this overwhelmed everyone.

The change for this game: First place in the cryptogram were instructed to choose someone they WANT to join their tribe, but really they were picking their opposition. Then first place would pick somebody who would actually join their tribe, and it would go back-and-forth.

Initially I had the time limit as seven minutes to make your pick, but after I saw it took about twenty seconds for the first couple rounds of picks, I dropped it to three minutes. This helped reduce the monotonous wait and kept everyone intrigued. Three minutes ended up working out perfectly. I truly think that the more you host, the better your intuition and gut instincts turn out to be. That’s what happens when you host a game once every two years. You remedy past mistakes as you happily look forward to making new ones.

WHICH TRIBE TURNED OUT BETTER?

These were the tribes:


SUPA:

Jennifer ‘Jenn’ Giampersa-Lauzon

Darian Jones

Arun Jain

Anton Hirsch

Jay Merrell

Brian Kosek

Elvera Tarberg

Ryan Lisman

Nelson Zapeda

COO:

Aaron Frazee

Brian Meagher

Ryan Flynn

Amy Allen

Fiona ‘FiFi’ Smith

Scott Grensted

Marty Vargas

Mervin Sanding

Mariscal Mario


Jenn picked Darian immediately on her first turn. That was smart. After the challenge, to make up for my act of jack—ery to Darian for his second place finish seeming all-for-not, I gave the top two finishers immunity from the first Tribal Council. This was pre-planned. You think I would leave a loophole just like that?

The primary things that surprised me is how quickly Ryan Flynn and Arun Jain were picked. I thought the challenge whores would be near the top. People like Nelson Zapeda being the final non-forced pick was the biggest shocker of all. If Nelson is your ninth man in on your tribe, you don’t have a bad squad at all.

Brian picked his friend Ryan which didn’t shock me coming from him, but if I was everyone else, an inactive recruit being your third man in should raise some red flags; you would think he has to be extremely tight with the person who picked him. Look at Survivor: Palau. Ian picked Katie FIRST. Gregg picked Jenn. Bobby Jon picked Stephenie. Look at how closely those pairs worked together.

When we get to the end of the game and you look back on these picks: You’ll be kicking yourself for not seeing these bonds occur all the way from the first day.

As for which tribe will be stronger in challenges, Supa seems like a clear favourite. Jay, Elvera, and Nelson were in the latter half of their picks with Jenn and Darian in the top two. Coo’s half is Aaron, Brian, Ryan, and Amy. Coo tribe on paper should be getting slaughtered in challenges. If I had to predict, the merge may very well be 8-3 in favour of Supa.

CAPTAIN’S TREAT

As Jenn and Aaron were the two captains, they ranked their tribe from who they would most like to possess an idol clue to who they would least like to possess one. I said not to over think this. Why? Because I random.org’d  it. I didn’t want to give the rotation any bias. The funny thing is that it worked out to where their 2nd lowest ranked person will receive the clues next round followed by their highest ranked person. Sometimes unbiased roll of dice produces the best results.

PENALTY IDOL

In my previous game, it was known as the Sitting Out Idol. If you sat out of a tribal immunity challenge, you would be given an extremely obvious clue to an idol. However, only one person took it and they didn’t even find the idol in that season.

This game, I amended it. You would get a penalty in the upcoming challenge for each person who wanted the idol at your camp that round. The only way anybody collects the idol at their camp is if they are the only person who chose to penalize the tribe. The tribes won’t know how many took the penalty, when the idol was given out, or who took the penalty in the first place. In other words, attempting to attain the idol will be the ultimate act of selfishness. If Coo is a united tribe, their apparent weaknesses in challenges may not matter in the least if nobody takes the penalty. Their competitive counterpart seems more hasty with wanting the idol, which could result in a major discrepancy for scores in challenges.

If everyone on Supa took a penalty this round – 99% deduction off your score

If everyone on Coo avoids a penalty this round – 0% deduction off your score

So if you’re the only one on your tribe that’s selfish and you get the idol, you may have thrown away a round of safety anyway because you will be using your idol at a Tribal Council you didn’t have to attend in the first place. You would then be exposed as being the snake and you will be promptly plucked away from your tribe. If it were me in the minority alliance, I’d convince my ally to take the idol, play it knowing that’s who their target would be, and suddenly I’ve bought myself TWO rounds in this game. Of course, pulling off that move is a lot harder than it sounds. I personally see everyone taking the penalty if they don’t think it’s been claimed by the time we’re down to twelve or thirteen people.

RACIAL PROFILING IN TRIBAL PICK ‘EM?

This is an issue I was surprised to see being brought up. Sure, Nelson and Elvera were picked near the end, but Elvera was picked before freakin’ RyLis who is definitely not Filipino. However, I did take note that Marty, Mariscal, Mervin, Elvera, and Nelson all weren’t picked until the end, and they comprise of every foreign-born player in this game. I’m willing to acknowledge that there was probably prejudice towards the non-native English speakers, but I don’t think it will change the outlook of alliances or who will get near the end of this game. This is a storyline I’m waiting to see play out.

THE FIRST ALLIANCE MADE

Brian cleverly organized an alliance that includes his buddy Ryan along with Aaron and Scott Grensted who are all PoSers. Aaron was clever enough to agree to it seeing an obvious 2-2 split because of Ryan and Brian’s obvious connection. Scott was clever enough to set up Fiona as the alliance’s first target. The follow-up targets are going to be Amy and Marty supposedly. As Fiona may say, if she doesn’t win immunity, she’s cactus. Perhaps she has caught on to Scott being in her tribe and that’s why she’s working so hard at the challenge in case Coo loses miserably? Then you think Coo would keep her to maintain their best line-up in challenges. Time will tell how far Scott will go to ensure Fiona is gone.

TRIVIA SLAUGHTER

I told both tribes that camp life would be essential in the six days leading up to the start of the first challenge. Coo gets started on it right away. Fiona submits questions, Mervin submitted, and Scott got in on it with questions that would be easy but still time consuming in a 36 hour crunch.

Supa did the exact opposite. Nobody submitted until there was TWO hours left. They literally waited until the 111th hour. And yes, the extra 1 is inserted on purpose. All of the time in the world and even an anxious RyLis didn’t contribute anything after complaining about having nothing to do. I know he hasn’t played an ORG before, but camp life and me saying this camp life is going to be in an upcoming challenge is there for a reason! Arun was the only one to post questions. And it was his freakin’ Biology homework.

A one hundred eighty-nine percent difference in the challenge. Coo had 20/21 correct thanks to Fiona doing all of the questions single-handedly, but I said questions could be up for dispute for a limited time. It turns out it was the same question Arun had wrong for his homework. So really, this challenge was a one hundred ninety-four percent slaughter before the penalties. Supa had 15/79 correct.

After the penalties, the gap was even greater. Elvera and Arun took the penalty for Supa whilst Marty took the penalty for Coo.

MARTY GETS THE IDOL…AND TELLS MERVIN

If Marty keeps it secret, absolutely no one would ever suspect he has it. He told me he instantly let Mervin in on his idol. Marty wasn’t going anywhere. Marty won’t be gone for at least the first two votes on the Coo tribe from my perspective. To see him in “I need to scramble to get the idol and strategize” mode was neat to see while all of the other players on his tribe were on cruise control. Scott, Brian, Ryan, and Aaron are in power and the others probably feel like it won’t be them first round. Except Marty. I think Marty has put himself and Mervin into a powerful yet precarious position with their idol. If they both feel like they’re on the outs, they could very well shake things up at the merge. Or hope their tribe sticks together to top six then start making their move with the idol. After Marty’s moves in the opening round, I’m not brave enough to give a solid prediction as to what he will do.

SUPA’S BIG MISTAKE

Nobody on the Supa tribe was giving me confessionals except one from Elvera. She said she was going to target Jay. Heading into Tribal Council, I didn’t have a clue what to expect for the vote spread. I was thinking a unanimous vote for Kosek or else it will be something like a 4-3-2 vote. Unification has yet to be established at camp or in challenges for the Supa tribe.

Then I see on other message boards that Elvera and Jay are fine. Elvera was the first to submit a vote for Arun. So I’m assuming this was all her plan. She set it in motion. Then Nelson followed. In fact, whenever I received a message from either of them talking about the vote, I would receive the exact same vote and inquiry at the exact same time. A very clear pair that might need to be broken up down the road.

Elvera, who seems to be getting into plenty of ORG feuds lately, ends up persuading the majority of the tribe to follow suit. She even intimidated Jay of all people. Jay’s vote was ‘I’m voting with the majority’ yet really, if he voted with his heart and vote for Kosek, it’d be a 4-4-1 tie.

So to Elvera: Well done. You are the Supa Powerhouse despite being one of the last picked to be on the tribe. I’m awarding you MVP for the round.

TOP THREE ARE NOW THE BOTTOM THREE

Arun, Darian, and Jenn, the first three members of Supa, all ended up voting for Brian. Because Jenn and Darian were both immune, the next highest on the hierarchy was Arun. The only one to contribute questions. And five of the people on the bottom take him out. There isn’t many games where you see Arun as the most active player, and there certainly isn’t many games where you vote out the one guy who contributed in a challenge where you lost BY OVER TWO HUNDRED PERCENT!!!! On paper, Supa looks to be in denial that taking out Arun leaves them with a competitive tribe.

WELCOME TO THE ORG WORLD, RYLIS

Five votes for Arun. Three votes for Brian. One vote for. . .

Nelson? I’m curious to see if anyone is paranoid by the rogue vote (particularly Nelson) and tries to hunt down their identity. From my perspective, RyLis belongs on Coo. Aaron, Brian, and Scott would be much more of a fit for him. Everyone else on RyLis’ tribe are integrated into the ORG world. They seem to dismiss RyLis as a tribe member. He answered trivia questions incorrectly. He is learning how to keep up. If any of you were in Heather-Jo’s first ORG (Survivor ‘70s), I see the same treatment. Sure, you may watch and discuss Survivor constantly, but being in an online version of it on Facebook is much different. I think RyLis has a very interesting storyline right now. He is the 1,000,000:1 underdog to get to the end. Kosek isn’t around much, but he has Anton dragging him into the loop. Ryan F. isn’t around much, but Brian is dragging him into the power core. RyLis doesn’t have anyone dragging him. He’s drifting until he can get onto the main road. If you’re not cheering for RyLis to win more than anyone else, then you’re not a fan of the underdog.

Will RyLis expose his rogue vote or will he just lay low and realize he doesn’t want to upset Elvera indirectly? Time will tell.

A few awards for this episode:

The Strategery: Elvera.

The Lucky Break: Marty.

Concrete State: Aaron, Brian, Ryan, and Scott.

The Underdog: RyLis.

Next to go: Fiona, amazingly enough.

17th: Fiona

16th: Brian K.

15th: Jay

14th: Jenn

13th: Amy

12th: Darian

11th: Nelson

10th: Elvera

9th: Ryan Flynn

8th: RyLis

7th: Anton

6th: Mariscal

5th: Marty

4th: Aaron

3rd: Mervin

2nd: Scott

1st: Brian

Round one confessionals

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Aaron

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Okay. My confessional is, “I really am not even close to solving the puzzle. I don’t really want to as it might just put me as a target. My main thing is that I just want someone that I can trust to win.”

AAAAHHHH!!! I just became captain of a tribe and I didn’t even want to!! This game is insane! I really wanted to work with Darian, and I thought I would pick him, but then Jenn did. Hopefully, me and Brian M and make this work.

The tribe selection process actually worked out really freaking awesome. I picked Brian Meagher first, and we became sort of a team for the night, making sure we picked people that we could trust. Right now, we have a solid-foursome of myself, Brian, Ryan Flynn, and Scott Grensted. I also have a side deal with Marty, and I am hoping to bring him into the alliance to make it a strong five-some.

Right now, I don’t trust Fiona, Amy, or Marsical at all. They are on my hit-list. Together, I’m worried they could be dangerous and I need to take them down. Me and Brian work great together, and we are a team. I see us going far in the game.

Well, the official alliance now is Brian/Ryan/Scott/Myself. We plan to go to the final four together, and I think it will work well. We have Mervin and Marty tagging along, so we will have the numbers at the merge, but they aren’t part of the final alliance. If we lose the first challenge, I’m pretty sure either Fiona or Amy will be leaving.

Well, we won the first challenge due to Fiona, and everything was going great. Now, Marsical is spilling info about the other tribe about who is our Mafia, and who they should kill, etc. Basically, we are probably going to lose the challenge because of him, and I think he has the penalized idol. So, between the alliance of myself, Brian, Ryan, Scott, Mervin, and Marty, plus maybe Amy and Fiona. We plan to split the vote between Amy and Marsical. If Marsical plays the idol, Amy will go home, and if he doesn’t, we can combine our votes to boot him. It’s a win-win situation.

Brian

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So I’m sitting here on my computer looking are at these “pros” these “All Stars” and the only thing I can think is… I’ve got this in the bag. They should vote me off right now… they won’t, but they should. I hope Logan is writing this fake million dollar check out right now cause there really is no point it waiting.

Marty

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wahahaha… I have it finally.

thanks

haha

I will def create a fake one

does that mean I am the only one who took the penalty?

I must be ashamed of myself

haha

here is the fake code now..

///COO PENALTY IDOL\\\

It is amazing

I just told this idol of mine to mervin

Mervin

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i seriously suck at this idol thing. never in my game i have found the idol unless the host gives it to me via twist

lol. it’s weird. like i think the other tribe didn’t gave much effort knowing that there’s more experienced player on their tribe.

ARUN EXIT INTERVIEW

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If you’re reading this, it means you are voted out and not too thrilled about it. But never fear! This is your exit interview. Once the game is over, all exit interviews will be posted. Answer these questions while your frustration and the would’ves and could’ves are at their peak! 🙂

ROUND TWO

1. You took a penalty in the first immunity challenge. Do you think that you being voted out is a result of bad karma due to this decision?

Absolutely not!! Even though I strongly bellieve in Karma, this vote was not because of Karma. Many other people decided to take the penalty idol and did NOTHING in the challenge.

2. You were the first one picked after the captains during the tribe pick ’em. What led you to being first voted out despite being such a high pick?

Being Active!! This people have formed an inactive alliance in which they vote out the actives!! I was so excited for this game. Made an alliance etc. But sadly, I guess that wasnt enough. This is THE first time in where I am pissed off that I am voted out. Even though I did submit the challenge. GAH.

3. Do you think being the only one who submitted questions for your tribe led to you sticking out more than eight people who did squat?

Yes. Absolutley. I was just doing my annual ORG run where I saw Supa tribe do absoutely nothing. So I decided to open up a document with my Biology Problem set to give a head start and motivate other people to do the same. And what do ya know..they vote me out. *sigh*

4. If there is one thing in this game, what would you change?

Not doing the challenge obviously. Then I would be same as the other inactives. But I dont play that way, I compete. Jeez.

5. Your thoughts on anyone in this game, specifically or vaguely?

All those 5 people who voted for me? I cant bleieve I am saying this, but GO FUCK YOURSELF. Is that how you play a game?? Vote out actives?!?! You guys are going to demise and fall to the wrath of Actives! MARK MY WORDS. JAY JENN NELSON WILL EAT YOU ALIVE. REMEMBER THE ARUN

6. Who do you think will be next out? Who do you think is favoured to win out of anyone in this game?

Sadly, anyone who does the challenge. makes me pissed. I really want Jenn to win. But this wont happen. Have fun having Inactives ruling yourgame.

Any other thoughts you have please share. Again, from the SupaCooWackyLand Productions, we thank you for signing up and playing this game! 🙂


I was so excited for this game, you obviously put alot of effort into it. So I will be a spectator for sure!

Sorry for being a sore loser, I am usually not like that!

PEACE

~Arun

Challenge II: Cross-Tribal Mafia

Inspired By: Mafia (Party Game)

Winners: Coo

September 11, 2011 (the 11th year anniversary of the first ORG) – September 12, 2011

TRIBAL COUNCIL #2

(ANTON)-(BRIAN K.)-(DARIAN)-(ELVERA)-(JAY)-(JENN)-(NELSON)-(RYLIS)

Please note that you MUST answer your questions in this topic in order for your vote to count.

ANTON,

1. This tribe lost immunity once again. Is this defeat almost a victory considering the gap was about ten times smaller than it was last round? It must be somewhat uplifting to know you guys were right there in that challenge.

its just nice to see that people were finally active this round. its amazing what the tribe can do when we actually participate.

2. Last round you guys voted out the one person who provided questions in the trivia challenge. Is it a fact that alliances and sub-groups will supersede any individual strengths a tribe member presents in challenges?

Voting in the first few rounds is always tricky as your trying to figure out everyone in your group. and unfortunately in Arun’s case his name was the only one you seen on this page last round…

BRIAN K.,

1. You were hit with three votes last Tribal Council. What’s it like to be spending time at camp with those who sent a message through their vote saying they want you gone more than anyone else?

1. Ok, being new to the game( 1st timer), I am struggling with the challenges. I think I’m more physical than mental. But still, I am a player looking to compete.

2. Where’s your level of concern considering your tribe’s overall performance. After tonight, you’ll be down two members. Does the tribe carry the same steady attitude or is it time to rally the troops and lay it all out on the line?

2. The tribe will continue in strength.

DARIAN,

1. Last round, you had individual immunity. This round, you don’t. What’s your level of confidence that your name will be here to stay?

level of cofidence is slightly lower then what it was coming into this challenge. I planned on winning and did all i could to help the tribe but we clearly ddn’t previal. So my confidence is down considering Arun particpated last time and was voted out

2. Arun was clearly blindsided last round. Do you think that increases everyone else’s paranoia simply because ‘if it happened to Arun, what’s to stop it from happening to me?’

Definatley… everyone is most likely on edge at the moment. Though it seems pretty obvious to me who should go home.. since they have not particapated in the game at all since its start.

ELVERA,

1. What’s the criteria you have for voting someone out this round?

Whatever keeps me one more round.

2. Arun was fairly vocal after he was voted out. Do you think the tribal harmony has recovered from that, or is there still some negative aura in the air from the fallout?

Its a game and i think everyone has moved on already.

JAY,

1. Is there any sort of shift as to why you’d vote someone out in the first round compared to the second round?

I don’t think so…

2. Let’s face it, you guys talked about a billion more times at your camp during this challenge in contrast to the silence during Trivia Blockade. Is that level of new information make you more and more confident in your decision or is it that more mind-boggling because you have that much more information to sift through?

Of course.

JENN,

1. You proclaimed you have played Mafia before. Can you pinpoint through your Mafia expertise where Supa went wrong in the challenge?

– I dont think we went wrong anywhere except for me assuming that Ryan was their cop. This whole challenge was more a guessing game than anything else.

2. Let’s talk about the penalty idol. How do you handle the whole strategy and conflict that could arise from it?

– The only thing we can do is do the best we can in any challenge no matter the penalties we could get.

NELSON,

1. You received a rogue vote last Tribal Council. Is one vote something to be ignored or does the bounty hunter come out in you to find out where that vote came from and why?

One vote can just be ignored. No big deal coz it’s done.

2. Arun was the third pick to be on the Supa tribe, and you were picked dead last. Yet Arun was the one who went home by a decisive majority. Has this situation taught you anything about how quickly your position in this game can change? Will the hierarchy change again following this vote?

Yes. As soon as you become comfortable in this game, then you become easily the target.

RYLIS,

1. Why should the tribe keep you tonight?

The tribe should keep me because im still actively participating. Also if you noticed the coo tribe automatticly targeted me, so maybe they will target me at the merge leaving you guys safe for a while. Also I just really really want to continue playing

2. Not a whole lot else to cover this Tribal Council. Anything else you’d like to add before we get to the vote?

Please keep me

When you vote, please do so in the following format:

– Send a private message to me on this Facebook account.

– Your message should open up with the name of the person you’re voting for within brackets, then put in a reason as you see below:

(LOGAN)

REASON: Trivia and Mafia? What kind of challenges are that! I want the classics to play! Ugh. Well, he was a little better this round, but it’s too little too late. I hope voting you out actually counts this time. *crosses fingers*

However you write up the name in brackets is exactly how it will appear when I reveal the votes unless it’s excessively inappropriate.

Alright, between now and 11:59PM eastern Monday, it is time to vote. Supa tribe, you’re up.

ANTON:

(Jennifer)

Numbers say you have to go and ive heard rumors your anti newbies so im gonna strike first. heres to hoping you didnt take the penalty for the idol.

BRIAN K.:

(jen)

DARIAN:

(Brian)

Reason: He is still yet to participate in teh challenges or talk to anyone to my knowledge about the game since its start

ELVERA:

(Jenn)

coz I dont like her much :/

JAY:

(Jenn)

Since most of the group want her out. I am just going by majority numbers. I love you Jenn and I tried saving you. But Can’t risk it.

JENNIFER:

(RYAN)

Reason:

He barely does anything, he was so eager to get picked yet he does the bare minimum. I mean, he was so happy to get killed day 1….. Also, his racist comment in the tribe group got everyone pissed off at him. His going just might help with our tribe harmony and get us back on track.

NELSON:

(Jennifer)

Because she’s a huge threat

RYLIS:

(Jenn)

6 votes Jenn, 1 vote Ryan, 1 vote Brian

If anybody has a hidden immunity idol and they wanted to play it this round, this would be the time I’d reveal it.

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That is one vote each for Jenn, RyLis, and Brian.

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The second person voted out of the Supa tribe:

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Jenn, the tribe has spoken.

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It’s time for you to go.

Jennifer Giampersa-Lauzon Wow…. ya’ll are asses and I hope you ALWAYS lose if you vote out the most active people each and every time. ONLY one of you isnt a liar on this tribe and I’m sorry they are with a bunch of lying assholes.

Jay Merrell Sorry to see you go Jennifer Giampersa-Lauzon 😦

Jennifer Giampersa-Lauzon yea yea whatever

Darian Thomas Jones wow that really just happened

Jay Merrell I guess so Darian Thomas Jones

Logans Hosting-Org Indeed it did.

I asked this TC if alliances and sub-groups would supersede individual challenge strength…and after two Tribal Councils, this tribe has made their answer loud and clear.

Arun contributed the most in the Trivia Blockade and he’s first out after the loss is blamed on bad timing. Jenn, who dominated the cryptogram and led your tribe all the way through the Cross-Tribal Mafia, is the very next person to take the fall and the loss is blamed on bad luck. Hopefully the next loss won’t be blamed on an absence of their skills in challenges.

I sincerely hope you make Arun and Jenn eat their words by winning the next immunity challenge.

You guys can wait for the next challenge which will be posted soon. Good night.

ROUND TWO

MAFIA

One of my favourite party games and I successfully adapted it into a Survivor immunity challenge. Sure, it’s been used as an individual challenge by other hosts in the past, but it’s so skewed to the point where the rules don’t make it an authentic challenge. In the tribal stage, this works out much better. I was happy to invest the five or six days early in the summer thinking how the heck do you integrate this for a good tribal experience.

Jenn and Jay both have played Mafia frequently. Supa should have this challenge in the bag.

UPSET

Supa had a lead then blew it. I know what you’re thinking: Why didn’t you let the rest of the challenge play out to keep how many people took the penalty idol remain anonymous? Truth is that Supa was already two phases behind, each of the rounds took longer than everyone wanted them to, and it’s very difficult to pinpoint how many people took the penalty on each tribe. More than a two-person difference is very unlikely in the first place, and it ONLY mattered if it was in Supa’s favour. I don’t think that decision affected the integrity of the game.

Either way, Supa is on its way to Tribal Council. Kosek should be done for good though, right?

ELVERA GETS THE OTHER PENALTY IDOL

Two rounds and two idols given out. Elvera took the penalty both rounds, and with Arun gone, she had a clear path to get it. No one knows she took it, in fact, she’s the only one in the entire game who took it this round. The most powerful person on Supa has the real idol. Watch out. Don’t upset the queen. She’s leading the tribe strategically, and she also caused the tribe a significant penalty in an important immunity challenge for Supa. She should be one of the next to go, but Elvera’s strategy supersedes any necessities that the Supa tribe needs to do to win immunity.

COO

It’s a jolly land in Coo Town. Brian, Scott, Aaron, Ryan, Mervin, and Marty are now a big alliance. Too bad Fiona is their first target. She’s a big contributor in challenges.

THE ADVENTURES OF RYLIS

RyLis makes a comment on the GROUP WALL about how it seems the Filipinos are teaming up, and that this game wouldn’t be fair if alliances are based on race. I was surprised to see this become an issue from the non-foreign crowd after a round where the Filipino players thought they might be treated unfairly. I love running storylines like these.

I like it when a player puts his foot in his mouth right before we go to vote. Jenn and Jay both answered RyLis’ post and asked if he was high, and the other tribe members didn’t dignify his comment with a response. I thought RyLis might not have a chance to recover after making a comment that everyone wanted nothing more than to forget it.

THE SUPA TRIBE DOES…WHAT?!

I was convinced Kosek was dead. Outside chance of RyLis. Darian was first to send me a vote and it was for Kosek. But then I saw Elvera vote for Jenn. I thought this would be trouble because I thought Jay would never agree to vote out Jenn, and try to cause a tie. (Although he could’ve caused a tie to save Arun last week. Maybe I was too optimistic.) Then Nelson votes Jenn and claims it’s majority. I take it that means Elvera controls Nelson’s vote. Then Anton sends me a vote saying he’s voting because of majority. Jay then sends a vote saying he’s voting Jenn because of majority. Same thing with RyLis. Kosek sent a vote without a reason, but I assume it was the same reason for him, too. Then poor Jenn sends a vote for RyLis about he is both inactive and disrupting tribe harmony.

When the votes came down, it was a second consecutive round with a blindside. The only person who didn’t vote Jenn was Darian. Clearly, Darian figures out an alliance of six in a tribe of seven puts him very far on the outside. And the best person who could help him win immunity to stay one more round in the game was just voted out. Crap.

SUPA’S QUESTIONABLE DECISION MAKING

I don’t think I hid it very well in my closing statement how this wasn’t a smart decision. Arun and Jenn combined to be either a leader or a MVP in all three challenges held so far in this game. They also happen to be the first two people voted out of this game. Why in the world would you vote Jenn after two challenges where you get defeated by a somewhat large margin and a freakin’ gigantic margin? I didn’t think they had a shot at the next immunity because I knew what was going to be scheduled next. A date with Supa seemed inevitable. Or are they a tribe where it really has been bad timing and bad luck that have led to consecutive losses? It will be incredible to see them win when their top players are nowhere to be found. Then we would start seeing some gameplay from the Coo camp.

My prediction at this point is I could very well see a 8-3 or 9-2 merge. And Darian is dead man walking next Tribal Council unless Supa wants to, oh I don’t know, win an immunity? Just a thought.

16th:  Darian

15th: RyLis

14th:  Brian K.

13th: Fiona

12th: Jay

11th: Nelson

10th: Elvera

9th: Ryan Flynn

8th: Amy

7th: Anton

6th: Mariscal

5th: Marty

4th: Aaron

3rd: Mervin

2nd: Scott

1st: Brian

Confessionals: Round Two

Aaron

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Okay, another win in the book for Coo! So the whole Marsical drama won’t have to start. I’m afraid for Jenn and Darian though. We have a friendship that started during the tribe selection, and I have a feeling that the only reason one of them didn’t go home last time was because of the immunity. Whatever, I shouldn’t be concerned with that, but yet I am.

Elvera

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QUESTION: is that the real code for the penalty idol or just a fake one?

You can create a fake hidden immunity idol in its place.—>OK what about (((__THE ULTIMATE SUPAH PENALTY IDOL__))) lol

JENNIFER EXIT INTERVIEW

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1. You came out strong by whooping everyone by miles in the opening challenge, and then you led the Mafia efforts. Do you think these strengths were your demise?

My demise was not being part of the alliance that is everyone but me, arun and darian on the Supa tribe…

2. Do you think you would’ve been gone in the first TC if you hadn’t possessed individual immunity?

Could have also been darian but yes, it was a possibility.

3. You never took the penalty idol in either of the two rounds. Why not?

Cause stupid me was thinking about what was best for my tribe.

4. Any ideas as to who you think will be the first to solve the puzzle idol?

Possibly Nelson. He seems good at those things.

5. You received six of the seven votes from the others. Do you think it was a collective verdict or do you pinpoint the blame on a specific individual?

Oh it was collective alright. They all joined hands to tell me the vote was for Ryan.

6. In the start of reality TV and ORGs, voting out the strong players early and forming alliances was considered evil. Do you think this shift to not having strong players around has come full circle or will there be a time when alliances will be deemed evil once again?

Actually, I think it’s pure stupidity on their part. By getting rid of the most active players, they are signing their death wish. By the time the merge hits, there will be like 1-2 Supa left who will be vulnerable to the whole of the Coo alliance.

7. Who do you think will be next voted out? Who do you think will win? Who do you want to be voted out? Who do you want to win?

Darian is the next target, I’m almost 100% sure of it.

I’d like to see someone from Coo win the game.

I want JAY voted out.

I want Darian or Aaron to win the game.

Any other thoughts you have please share.

The Supa tribe (minus Darian) is full of fake, hypocritical, lying, dumbass assholes. It’s one thing to think about your alliance, it’s another to think about your tribe during tribe comps. If you get rid of the actives first, why in the world would you win ANY comp at all as a tribe? They lost this last challenge and I’m happy. I seriously hope they lose EVERY tribe comp in the game just so they realize how stupid they were for voting out the actives first. I swear, if someone from the Supa tribe wins (again, Darian is excluded since he’s the only TRUE player on that tribe) I am going to throw a hissy fit.

On another note, I met 2 new players who were really awesome with me. Aaron and Darian were really cool with me and I hope I get to play in another game with them again. I also hope I get to play another one of your games too. It was fun while it lasted.

ROUND THREE

Challenge III: Hot Rope Jump

Inspired By: Mario Party’s (1 & 2) Hot Rope Jump mini game and Number Rotation (Sund Survivor Facebook)

Winners: Coo (142-77 points)

Apprentice-version of revealing the results for that challenge:

*LOGAN walks in and sits down  fashionably late*

A challenge that requires you to be active involving being able to have players from numerous time zones working together is difficult. Thankfully, I was nice enough to only have it go for 24-26 hours. Some of you probably wanted more time on it, but do you really want a challenge like this go on for another day when you are blind to the other tribe’s progress?

In any case, good effort by both tribes. I’ll let you know both tribes had managed to get the 25 point bonus at least once. So it wasn’t a case of a tribe sitting around waiting for someone to post for twenty hours. This challenge was progressing on a constant basis just shy of the plot line to the 24 TV series.

I know you’re anxious for the results, so let’s get to them. Ivanka, how did Supa Corp do?

IVANKA: Well, the Supa tribe had a bit of a slow start, but an early swap in who the rotators and jumpers were led them to a decent payoff. They kept note of the rotation system, and there wasn’t anybody who lagged. They also knew when to move as fast as they could if everyone wasn’t around live. But they DID get a few ten point bonuses and a twenty-five point bonus.

They raised a total of $77, 000 dollars.

LOGAN: Okay, not bad. George, how did Team Coo do?

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LOGAN (pokes GEORGE with a stick): Georgeeee, wakey wakey wakey. Guys?! Can we wheel George out of here? He’s killing the mood. And wash the table and chair after you’re done. You know how I feel about germs in my board room. And especially germs originating from dead people.

(Crew wheels out GEORGE on his chair and replaces it with an equally unattractive Donald Trump Jr.)

LOGAN: Alright, Don, how did Team Coo do?

DJ: Team Coo did great. They had to work around early bed times and several time zones and work schedules. It was a quick start, but they were dormant for several hours. They were able to get the 25 point bonuses and utilised tagging each other a million times, which made things extremely chaotic and they had a tough time sorting it out.

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Somewhere in the ballpark of $142, 000. And if Fiona posted FOUR SECONDS earlier, you guys would’ve had $167, 000.

LOGAN: Now, we also had penalties in play. After factoring in the penalties, the winner of this challenge was. . .
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COO! For the third straight time, immunity goes to your camp, and all of the money you raised goes towards the SCW charity, which donates money to the research of those who suffer from Chronic Pop Culture Referencing, inappropriate conversations with strangers in public, and an excessive influx of clumsiness. Congrats, you have the night off.

Supa Corp, much better than the Trivia Blockade, but your slow start and delays ultimately made Coo nearly doubled your score. Unfortunately, the woes continue and one of you will be fired/voted out.

September 13-15th

(ANTON)-(BRIAN K.)-(DARIAN)-(ELVERA)-(JAY)-(NELSON)-(RYLIS)

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(ARUN)-(JENN)

Please note that you MUST answer your questions in this topic in order for your vote to count.

I thought tonight we’d switch things up by going in reverse alphabetical order. I thought the people at the start of the alphabet would be stuck with the crappy questions this time.

RYLIS,

1. Coo was four seconds away from successfully doubling your score.  What abilities does Coo possess that this tribe hasn’t shown yet?

think we just need the motovation and the extra push that will get us the win in these challenges, because we are getting really close. So i think when voting we need to think about who is really putting their effort and passion into the game

2. You had a rogue vote against you last round. Does that concern you about your safety tonight?

not particularly because I think it was from Jenn, and you cant get too paranoid in this game.

NELSON,

1. Last round you said at Tribal Council that those who become comfortable can instantly become the target. It’s safe to say each of the first two rounds exposed that trait. Will history repeat or will the person voted out expect to be eliminated tonight?

I hope history will not repeat itself but this game is very unpredictable.

2. Even if you do win a challenge fair and square in the future, someone could take the penalty to try and get the idol to screw this tribe over. Do you think three losses will motivate people to take the penalty idol more or will it make people avoid it because they’re so hungry for a win?

I think three losses will motivate one of us to take the penalty idol but then it must been taken already. Who knows?

JAY,

1. Last round, you guys voted out Jenn. Twenty-four hours later, and you suffer a defeat by a pretty wide margin. Do you stand by the decision to vote out someone as strong as Jenn or do you feel regret after just a day later?

Of course were all feeling the regrets except for the assholes who voted out jenn.

2. What’s your overall diagnosis for this tribe? You guys have had three very different challenges, and have been beat by a wide margin in all three of them.

Someone could be playing a sabatouer on this situation.

ELVERA,

1. Where are you in terms of future success in challenges? Do you think it’s only a matter of time before Supa wins, or will something at camp or in Tribal Council need to happen to make a change to the chemical make-up of the tribe?

Only a matter of time. we just need more motivation and team work. (you could always rig the game though to help us win next time :P)

2. Has there been any discussion in terms of potential twists that could happen in this game at camp? Early merge? Late merge? Switch? Anything of that sort?

Nope not at all!!! it never crossed our mind ever!!! of course lol duh. logan, it’s fricking survivor- ANYthing can happen ANYtime.

DARIAN,

1. To a certain extent, Arun and Jenn were two very clear leaders of this tribe. Has anyone filled this void or has someone stepped up in the leadership role? Does this tribe need a leader?

I don’t think anyone has taken full leadership of the tribe because we still are not communicating fully. I think splitting up responsiblites will certainly lead us onto a path of victory.

2. You guys struggled a bit in the last challenge. What exactly happened, and what do take from it and apply it to Supa’s future?

I take responsibility for some of the points we lost because i was in school and could not see all of the posts that were going on from my phone. We definatley need to COMMUNICATE so al of the rules are clear… then we will be certain to win

BRIAN K.,

1. What do you think the paranoia level is like at camp right now? Is it easier at this stage compared to the first round because things are more cemented, or do alliances and voting blocks change round-to-round?

I’m a little nervy but I think my alliance will hold it’s own for now.

2. Have you had a chance to get to know everyone, or are there still black holes in communication?

Communication seems pretty good.

ANTON,

1. Do you think the strategies you use in online games is a contrast to how you’d vote on the show? Are the types of relationships you’d form be any different?

i try to play this game like i would if i were actually out on an island playing this game but of course there are going to be different factors when it comes to voting and lets be honest not all of us are strangers coming into this game…

2. We’re about to vote. Any last minute pleas you’d like to make for the tribe to keep you?

see how the votes plan out but if you feel the need to see me go from this game however bummed i may be i will not take it personally. i do feel i can continue to contribute and help this tribe achieve its first victory though

When you vote, please do so in the following format:

– Send a private message to me on this Facebook account.

– Your message should open up with the name of the person you’re voting for within brackets, then put in a reason as you see below:

(LOGAN)

REASON: We get it. We lost three times. Stop rubbing salt in the wounds! Oh, and by the way: Stop intruding in our camp so much! Ugh! Do you see Probst going to a camp and be like ‘hey guys, how’s it going? Of course not!’ Hopefully this vote teaches you to stop asking us so many questions.

However you write up the name in brackets is exactly how it will appear when I reveal the votes unless it’s excessively inappropriate.

Alright, between now and 1:00PM eastern Thursday, it is time to vote. Supa tribe, you’re up.

ANTON:

(RYAN)

Just your time bud

BRIAN K:

(Ryan)

DARIAN:

(Jay)

Reason: he is a threat to me and the rest of teh group by having a voting block.. This will hopefully help me get rid of that


ELVERA:

(jay)

JAY:

(Ryan Annoying c— LISMAN)

He is annoying as f— and needs to go hold since i think he is holding the tribe down.

NELSON:

(Jay)

RYLIS:

{Jay}

– recently found out he was trying to get rid of me

4 votes Jay, 3 votes RyLis

If anybody has a hidden immunity idol and they wanted to play it this round, this would be the time I’d reveal it.

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Once the votes are read, the decision is final and the person voted out will be removed from this tribe’s group almost immediately. I’ll read the votes.

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(Ryan)

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{Jay}

One vote Ryan, one vote Jay.

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(RYAN)

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Two votes RyLis, one vote Jay.

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Next vote:

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(Ryan Annoying c— LISMAN)

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I’ll just say the bleeped out word rhymes with runt. Three votes RyLis, one vote Jay.

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Next vote:

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Three votes RyLis, two votes Jay.

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Sixth vote:

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We’re tied up. Three votes RyLis, three votes Jay, one vote left.

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Last vote….

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And the third person voted out of SupaCooWackyLand…

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(Jay)

Jay, the tribe has spoken.

(XXX)

It’s time for you to go.


Yay, for being gone… !!! (i’ll leave myself) And don’t ever trust a rasict player like

Ryan Lisman, since he did make a statement about certain people.

Logans Hosting-Org, I had fun in the game.


Ryan Lisman wow another close vote im glad im still here, and it wasnt racist i was just wondering and i took it back. bye Jay im kinda mad you swore on your life you werent going to vote for me, but whatever. see ya


Logans Hosting-Org Last round you had a vote near unanimous, and tonight…you went into the reverse direction. This tribe has made it very clear that this is a tribe composed of a group of individuals.

Survivor theorists say that when you get down to seven players, the game takes an unexplainable and more strategic turn for the remainder of the game to secure a spot in the Final Four.

Unfortunately, the theorists don’t expect this to happen pre-merge when you have another full tribe to compete against. I sincerely hope you don’t forget that you can still rally and put Coo in the same predicament you’ve been experiencing over the past three TCs.

I’ll see you in a few hours for your next immunity challenge. Good night, and good luck.

THE 24 HOUR CHALLENGE

A very common challenge in most ORGs. Do some monotonous task like “transport bricks” or “run the most laps,” “write as many facts about pudding,” and your tribe wins. A challenge that typically rewards those who have one or two people that stay home all day and post-whore the challenge. I redesigned this concept by making it more team-oriented and having point bonuses for the more people you had involved. Unfortunately nobody on Supa took initiative, then they were impatient and switched out roles (Elvera couldn’t wait for Darian, then Darian posted, was confused, then Elvera told him to delete it. A lot of confusion that wasn’t even caused by me lol). We were almost a third of the way through the challenge by the time Supa had this sorted out and were putting points on the board.

Coo, on the other hand, despite having just as many differences in time zones, worked together extremely well. They constantly tagged each other in posts (in some cases to wake up somebody and force sleep deprivation), and they stuck to their roles. They had 35 points after the first two hours. In fact, they surpassed Supa’s ending score less than halfway through the challenge. And Fiona was four seconds away from putting up another twenty-five points on the board. My bad for not waiting four seconds to end the challenge ;).

RYLIS HAS A FAKE IDOL

Poor RyLis. The guy thinks he has a chance at winning…but his grave is dug so deep and we’re only three rounds into the game. And I think the fake idol will be the shovel. Let me make this clear: ELVERA IS RUNNING SUPA! That fake idol was all her doing, and RyLis fell for it hook, line, and sinker. I just hope RyLis’ public humiliation doesn’t go to the extreme and he figures out his fake idol is, well, fake.

I’m curious why he didn’t plant a fake idol of his own, though.

THIRD BLINDSIDE IN A ROW

Arun never saw it coming. Jenn never saw it coming. And I never saw it coming. I thought Darian was beyond dead in this round. The only mercy I saw was maybe booting RyLis ahead of him. I saw RyLis vote first and he voted for Darian. Then ten minutes later he told me he wanted to change it to Jay. So I immediately thought RyLis was going to be blindsided with a fake idol in his pocket.

But then Darian voted for Jay. Then as soon as I saw Elvera’s vote, I knew Jay was done. I was surprised to see the vote be as close as it was. Jay, Brian K, and Anton all banded together only to see Elvera pull out the rug from under them.

Jay trying to lay low and never cause a tie with Arun or attempt to save Jenn sent him packing. He needed to be more aggressive. As I said before, Elvera told me her first target was Jay. Elvera is a mastermind. She has played all eight of her tribe mates like a fiddle. No one will be in her way. Supa may lose every immunity and I can guarantee Elvera will be last one standing. On her tribe. Definitely not at the end. Coo is too tight to let a member of Supa be in the Final Two.

RYLIS HAD GUTS

Let’s forget RyLis’ idol is fake. You have to give him props for being gutsy enough to play his idol. The vote was as close as it gets without him going home!

RACISM

I feel like the only name I’ve been typing is RyLis, but this was the biggest issue for Supa this round. The Filipino racism question has worked its way into the Supa tribe for the third round in a row. What’s funny is that the Filipino Alliance is what saved RyLis’ butt. Yet it was the Canadians in Jenn and Jay that seemed to be more angered by it than Elvera and Nelson.

I can understand why Jay is pissed off about those comments more than anyone else. To give perspective on this, Jay and I were both born in a very multi-ethnic area. An area where you look at a photo of an elementary class, and chances are there will only be one Caucasian kid in the photo. I came from a neighbourhood where I’d be at my aunt’s often and it was composed of 90% East Indians. I don’t live in that area anymore and instead headed for the desert, but it’s still nearly 50% East Indians.

Jay is from Richmond where you can go anywhere in town to find 20 countries worth of immigrants in a group of 20 randomly selected people. It’s THAT diverse. I never knew Richmond was this diverse until I took a summer course in university and every non-Caucasian person (composing around 40% of the class) in the cultural Anthropology was from Richmond. When I wondered why every non-white was from Richmond, everyone looked at me and laughed before they filled me in that it’s normal.

So when comments that can be construed as racist are posted for a tribe to read, people like Jay won’t respond too well to it. Nobody wants to see someone who might not be from such a diverse area to point out racial differences. It just doesn’t fly.

And look at Jenn. She’s from right around Montreal. The CULTURAL capital of North America. Any east-coast based Anthropology in my classes always study different neighbourhoods in Montreal because of the wide diversity. So again, racist comments aren’t going to be taken too well. Regardless how innocent the proclamation may seem.

I can’t really say because I’m not in the game. RyLis isn’t my teammate. In fact, when RyLis was ranking all of the Survivor contestants in Survivor history, people kept making jokes in the Survivor groups about how all of the African-American survivor contestants were ranked at the bottom (primarily Vecepia as his 3rd least favourite player out of the 350 people who have played, with Ibrahem as dead last).

Maybe for RyLis it’s just a series of unfortunate events. And that’s where I feel for RyLis. I know he has a fake idol. I know he doesn’t know that. He thinks he’s in the ruling majority. I know he doesn’t stand a chance to survive more than two more losses in Supa.

SUPA IS SUPA DOOMED

Arun, Jenn, and Jay have all been voted out. Supa’s squad is Elvera, Nelson, Brian K, Anton, Darian, and RyLis. Three of these players have never been in an ORG, two of them don’t play too often, and the other has never won. Elvera is a strategic leader, but I can assure you she isn’t a tribal leader. This tribe is running without leadership and I see them having a hard time coordinating together in the next maze. Especially when you have ostracised two people who are trying desperately to fit in at camp. They were blindsided. They feel hurt. Darian thinks he needs to be glued to Elvera to stay. Same thing with RyLis. This tribe is only bound by fear and trying to be 110% loyal to Elvera. I really wish they’d abandon playing the individual game. Sure, they have their Final Four, but what good is a Final Four when the other side is a full tribe of nine who are ridiculously solid and friendly to one another? I tried to warn them about this. Will they listen?

KOSEK SURVIVED THREE ROUNDS

How is this guy still in?! And who is he, anyway? Anyone want to tell me?

15th: Brian K.

14th: Darian

13th: Mariscal

12th: RyLis

11th: Nelson

10th: Fiona

9th: Amy

8th: Anton

7th: Elvera

6th: Ryan Flynn

5th: Marty

4th: Mervin

3rd: Scott

2nd: Aaron

1st: Brian M.

Round Three Confessionals

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Aaron

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So, we won the third challenge, awesome, except for the fact that Darian was probably going home. I was hoping I could meet up with…. and bam! He’s still in. From what I can gather, Elvera/Ryan/Nelson/Darian are the dominant alliance, although who knows. It’s probably better as Brian and Anton haven’t done crap. Anyways, now that Darian is safe, I can go along winning challenges as usual.

It’s going to suck, because this next round Marsical is going to receive a clue for the idol, and I really really really don’t need him getting any clues at all. I’ve started forming really close bonds with Fiona and Amy, and I hope it will help me down the game. Now, with the fear of Marsical having an idol, we need to split between Amy and Marsical, destroying that lifeline. Also, I’m starting to get paranoid about Marty and whether he is playing us and is really with Elvera. Too much tension bottled up, and I kind of think it might be good to go tribal council, but at the same time, I don’t want to. We are doing just fine as it is.

RyLis

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im voting for Darian as of now, before i go to bed

and the reason being apperantly his mom is on the other tribe thats a problem

and also are we merging at 10 or 12? hey can you post the challenge

Mervin

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omg. i’m immunity idol dumb. lol

Scott

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(in response to Logan screwing up the challenge deadline)

It’s all good man. I just never know with you. Your a smart guy, and I always double think your stuff. As I did with the Application challenge. I know you got some tricks up your sleave, Im just waiting for you to pull em out. Ill be watching ………………..;);)

JAY EXIT INTERVIEW

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1. In the first round, you voted out Arun and your reason is that it was because of majority. Yet it was a 5-3-1 vote. Were you under the impression that it would be a stronger majority, or did the idea of a 4-4-1 tie never cross your mind?

1) When I voted out Arun, I was in the majority alliance with Anton,Nelson,Brian, Elvera. We all got together since we planned for Arun to go because he was a strong threat.

2. Were you shocked to see yourself voted out after voting in the majority back-to-back rounds?

2) As for Jenn, I pretended to be shocked because I also voted out Jenn in the first round. But what annoyed me the most that there was a racial comment about a certain group of people and they were targeted.

3. You never took the penalty idol in either of the three rounds. Why not?

Because I hate losing, and I always play the game fair with tradition.

4. Is there any specific person you blame for being voted out, or are you under the impression the four votes for you was a communal decision?

4) I blame Ryan, because he I knew that he was trying to get me out. But he couldn’t admit it because he is a pussy and a ugly trash prosititue for a dude.

5. In the second round, RyLis made a comment that made people bewildered. On paper, you and Jenn were the only two to respond to this statement. Did this contribute to you being voted out back-to-back rounds?

5) That could be a possibility, and between you and me. This game was really hard to play since the tribe had no bonding. It was all business not pleasure.


6. It seemed your strategy was to lay low. You didn’t pose the same challenge strength as Arun and Jenn, but you didn’t portray a significant weakness either. Do you think hanging around in the middle was ultimately your downfall?

6) I was trying not to lay low this time. But as you saw in the previous councils before my demise that the most active player got voted out first.

7) I think Anton is gone next, I want to see Scott Greensted to win. I want Someone from Coo to vote out someone. I want Darian to make Jury.

I enjoyed the short journey, hopefully I can try again.

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