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LoganWorm's Survivor
Survivor: All-Stars
Survivor All-Stars Logo
Logo Creator(s) LoganWorm
Genre Reality Competition
Winner Erik Estrada (6-3)
No. of Episodes 12
No. of Days 39
No. of Castaways 18
Tribes      Palmares
     Upala
     Zarcero
     Termina
Title Sequence
LoganWorm's Survivor All-Stars - Title Sequence (Original Tribes)01:07

LoganWorm's Survivor All-Stars - Title Sequence (Original Tribes)

Production
Location(s) Tenorio Volcano National
ParkArenal Tilaran,
Costa Rica
Original Run June 20th, 2014 -
July 8th, 2014
Chronology
Preceded by by Survivor: Costa Rica
Followed by Survivor: Galapagos

LoganWorm's Survivor: All-Stars is the seventh season of the LoganWorm's Survivor group. Invitations for the season began on June 13th, 2014. Cast selections and substitutions were made until June 19th, 2014. The cast was announced on the same day. The season premiered on June 20th, 2014. It was set in the same location as the previous season, Survivor: Costa Rica, in the Tenorio Volcano National Park in the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area in Costa Rica.

The eighteen contestants, referred to as "castaways", were originally split up into three tribes of six. These eighteen castaways were referred to as "All-Stars" for their past times playing in the game. The tribes were named Palmares Palmares, Upala Upala, and Zarcero Zarcero, after three cities in the Alajuela Province. They represent the name of the camps and the separate teams with immunity and tribal council. On Day 8, the Upala was disbanded, and there was a tribe switch leaving two tribes of eight. A second tribe switch happened on Day 17, however, the tribe configurations stayed the same, except every person moved to the opposite tribe. On Day 20, the two tribes merged. The merged tribe was named by the eleven castaways who made the merge. They named the tribe Termina. After 39 days of competition, Erik Estrada was given the title of Sole Survivor, defeating Chris Blue on a 6-3 vote.

Erik Estrada becomes the first castaway to win two Sole Survivor titles and Chris Blue becomes the first castaway to win two Runner-Up titles. This is also the first season with a jury vote that wasn't decided with one vote (even though there were an odd number of jury members).

The cast was finalized after many people were cut from the season. Potential returnees included Jeff Formaggio and Avery Flame from Survivor: Tonga, Jake Hale, Ronnie Ross, Link MacDuff, and Tom Johnson from Survivor: Madagascar, Michael Penner and Missy Alder from Survivor: Brazil, Old Newz and Cory Chambers from Survivor: China, Natalie Szajna and Ranz Trackers from Survivor: Greece, and Jeremy "JB" Brady and Sydney Deadman from Survivor: Costa Rica. Old Newz was a confirmed cast member, but was removed from the game the day of the cast reveal due to medical issues. He was replaced by Chris Stoner.




Twists/ChangesEdit

  • Returning Players: Eighteen previous players returned as "All-Stars" with a past reputation to play again.
  • Three Starting Tribes: The game began with three starting tribes rather than the standard two. This changed the game significantly because each tribe had different numbers.
  • Fake Tribes: Tribes were assigned on Day 1, but at the challenge on Day 3, it was discovered that those weren't the actual tribes.
  • Hidden Immunity Idol: These can keep people safe from the vote if played before the votes are read. People search for them at camp and if found can be played until the Final Five.
  • Tribe Switch: On Day 8, Upala was disbanded and two new tribes of eight were made.
  • 2nd Tribe Switch: On Day 17, the tribes were switched randomly. By luck of the draw the same configurations were made at different camps.
  • Early Merge: The tribes merged on Day 20 with eleven people remaining.

SummaryEdit

Flying in one three helicopters, eighteen castaways which had played the game returned for a second time. These eighteen castaways were labelled as "All-Stars" in the game's past, for great gameplay, good entertainment, and/or the determination within the game. Some of the names included past sole survivors, runner-ups who did not win the title, people with attitudes, and people who made the best moves in the history of the game. They arrived on Day 1, and they were already split up into three tribes of six, a blue tribe, a red tribe, and a yellow tribe. For the first few days an immense amount of strategizing went on, but when Day 3 came, it was discovered that the three tribes the castaways had been placed on were not the actual competing tribes. Those tribes were the fake tribes within the game, and they found that the three tribes were Palmares, Upala, and Zarcero. This twist flipped the game on its head and caused Rhys to be voted out first in the game after Palmares lost the first challenge. From that point on, new alliances and connections were forged. An alliance of four was created on the Zarcero tribe consisting of Jordyn, Jacob, Katherine, and Prue. A separate alliance of four was created on the Upala tribe consisting of Chris B, Erik, Jordan, and Jeff. The Palmares tribe did not have a true set alliance from the beginning, but Steve tried hard to keep good relationships with people, Danny tried his best to manipulate people while Lynette was going to stay laid back, and David waited to hear from his tribemates.

There is more to be added. 

CastawaysEdit

There were eighteen people, known as "castaways", that were divided into three tribes, Palmares, Upala, and Zarcero. After seven castaways were voted out, the eleven left merged into one tribe, Termina. Nine castaways made up the jury, who ultimately decided who would win the game and the title of Sole Survivor.

Castaway Original Tribe1 1st Tribe Switch 2nd Tribe Switch Merged Tribe Finish Total Votes
Rhys Rhode
19, Red, Theater Student
Costa Rica
Palmares 1st Voted Out
Day 3
5
Chris Stoner
17, TV Star, Student
China
Upala 2nd Voted Out
Day 6
4
Unit Banks
16, TV Star, Unemployed
Brazil
Upala Palmares 3rd Voted Out
Day 8
7
Pruedence "Prue" Halliwell
19, Dark Green, Model
Tonga
Zarcero Zarcero 4th Voted Out
Day 11
4
Katherine Royals
18, Black, College Student
Costa Rica
Zarcero Zarcero 5th Voted Out
Day 14
5
Danny Shadow
15, Black, Music Producer
China
Palmares Palmares 6th Voted Out
Day 14
6
Lynette Barclay
17, Silver, Student
Tonga
Palmares Zarcero Palmares 7th Voted Out
Day 17
6
Ryan Wangman
16, Red, Student
Brazil
Zarcero Palmares Zarcero Termina 8th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 20
2
Mykel Mazali
16, TV Star, Student
Madagascar
Palmares Palmares Zarcero 9th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 23
5
Steve Beastly
21, Red, Dental Student
Greece
Palmares Zarcero Palmares 10th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 26
92
Jordyn Stick
18, Silver, Student
Madagascar
Zarcero Palmares Zarcero 11th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 29
5
Jeff Garon
17, Blood, Student
Costa Rica
Upala Zarcero Palmares 12th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 32
4
David Steel
17, TV Star, Student
Brazil
Palmares Zarcero Palmares 13th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 34
6
Jordan Maine
17, Light Green, Student
Tonga
Upala Zarcero Palmares 14th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 36
9
Joey Tortellini
16, Silver, Student
China
Zarcero Zarcero Palmares 15th Voted Out
8th Jury Member
Day 37
6
Jacob Smith
19, Sky, Student
Greece
Zarcero Palmares Zarcero 16th Voted Out
9th Jury Member
Day 38
5
Chris Blue
17, Sky, Student
Greece
Upala Palmares Zarcero Runner-Up 33
Erik Estrada
19, Gold, Waiter
Madagascar
Upala Palmares Zarcero Sole Survivor 8

The Total Votes is the number of votes a castaway has received during Tribal Councils where the castaway is eligible to be voted out of the game. It does not include the votes received during the final Tribal Council.

^1 Three tribes were designated on Day 1, a blue tribe, a red tribe, and a yellow tribe. At the first immunity challenge, on Day 3, it was announced those tribes were fake and the actual tribes were already set.
^2 Steve played the hidden immunity idol, therefore three votes cast against him did not count.
^3 Chris B. played the hidden immunity idol, therefore six votes cast against him did not count.

The GameEdit

Episode Title Challenges Eliminated Vote Finish
Immunity
Original Tribes
"Legend Speaks About The Phoenix" Zarcero Rhys 5-1 1st Voted Out
Day 3
Upala
"Deal With The Cards I Was Dealt" Palmares Chris S. 4-2 2nd Voted Out
Day 6
Zarcero
1st Switched Tribes
"The Light At The End Of The Tunnel" Zarcero Unit 7-1 3rd Voted Out
Day 8
"Worm My Way In" Palmares Prue 4-3-1 4th Voted Out
Day 11
"I Could Go Explosive" Joey Katherine 5-2 5th Voted Out
Day 14
Mykel Danny 6-1 6th Voted Out
Day 14
2nd Switched Tribes
"Sheep To The Slaughter" Zarcero Lynette 5-1 7th Voted Out
Day 17
Merged Tribe
"Chaos Might Happen" Erik Ryan 2-0-012 8th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 20
Jordyn
"The Bridges I Burn Light The Way" Jordyn Mykel 5-2-2-1 9th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 23
"Just Fluffing Me The Whole Time" Jordyn Steve 6-3 10th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 26
"Such A Fall Of Grace" Joey Jordyn 5-3 11th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 29
Chris B. Jeff 4-3 12th Voted Out
5th Jury Member
Day 32
"These People Have No Souls" Joey David 5-1 13th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 34
"Rip Us To Shreads" Joey Jordan 3-2 14th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 36
Jacob Joey 3-1 15th Voted Out
8th Jury Member
Day 37
Chris B. Jacob 1-0 16th Voted Out
9th Jury Member
Day 38
Jury Vote Chris B. 6-3 Runner-Up
Erik Sole Survivor

^1 Chris B. played the hidden immunity idol, therefore six votes cast against him did not count.
^2 Steve played the hidden immunity idol, therefore three votes cast against him did not count.

Episode 1: "Legend Speaks About The Phoenix"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: 1 vs. 1 - All tribes had to volunteer one person to solve a puzzle for them. On, "GO!", they could begin the puzzle and the person that finished first won the challenge for their tribe.
  • Zarcero's submission, they win first
  • Upala's submission, they win second

Premiere

Episode 2: "Deal With The Cards I Was Dealt"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Plus Wars - Each tribe had to get the most points on their blog. The two tribes with the most points would win immunity.
  • Palmares finishes with 276 points, Palmares gets first
  • Zarcero finishes with 276 points, Palmares gets first
  • Upala finishes with 16 points, Upala loses

Episode 2

Episode 3: "The Light At The End Of The Tunnel"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Order of Code - Each tribe would retrieve their code and then they would have to sort out who would say what part of the code. The tribe that successfully posted their code with each member involved first would win immunity.

Episode 3

Episode 4: "Worm My Way In"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Fill In The Blank - Both tribes had to guess what word would fill in the blank in a phrase missing a word. The first tribe to five points would win immunity. 

Episode 4

Episode 5: "I Could Go Explosive"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Flappy Bird - Both tribes went to tribal council and the person that got the highest score in Flappy Bird on each tribe would win immunity.
  • Mykel's submission, Mykel wins for Palmares
  • Jordyn's submission, Jordyn loses
  • Jacob's submission, Jacob loses
  • Erik's submission, Erik loses
  • Danny's submission, Danny loses
  • Chris's submission, Chris loses
  • Joey's submission, Joey wins for Zarcero
  • Jeff's submission, Jeff loses
  • Steve's submission, Steve loses

Episode 5

Episode 6: "Sheep To The Slaughter"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Passing Jugs - Both tribes had to use an assembly line to fill up a jug from the river and then pass it down to the other members and eventually empty it out into a big jug. Once they've filled the big jug then the entire tribe grabs it and runs to the finish line. The first tribe to pass the finish line with a full big jug won immunity.

Episode 6

Episode 7: "Chaos Might Happen"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Rope Cutting - The castaways had to answer a series of questions about past seasons or the game. Each had three ropes to begin with. If they got a question correct first they cut someone else's ropes. The last person standing with any ropes won individual immunity.

Episode 7

Episode 8: "The Bridges I Burn Light The Way"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Popularity Contest - The castaways had to try to get as many popularity votes from the locals as they possibly could in similar fashion to an election vote. The person with the most votes at the end of a predetermined time would win individual immunity.

Episode 8

Episode 9: "Just Fluffing Me The Whole Time"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Tengaged Users - The castaways had to find Tengaged users with certain qualities/traits. The first person to find a user for each item on the list would win individual immunity.

Episode 9

Episode 10: "Such A Fall Of Grace"Edit

Part 1

  • Immunity Challenge: Scrambled Words - The castaways had to run through a series of obstacles, grab their puzzles pieces, head back, and solve their puzzle. The puzzle was an unscrambled phrase. The first person to solve their puzzle correctly would win individual immunity.

Part 2

  • Immunity Challenge: Panzy Run - The castaways had to search for a series of YouTube videos. Once they found an individual video for each item on the list, they would run through an obstacle course with a maze. The first person to complete the course would win individual immunity.

Episode 10

Episode 11: "These People Have No Souls"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Atomica - The castaways had to play a game where a set of balls were moved to make a set of five. If a set of five was made the balls would disappear and it would add to someone's score. If the board was filled up, the game was over. The castaway with the most points would win individual immunity.

Episode 11

Episode 12: "Rips Us To Shreads"Edit

Final Five

  • Immunity Challenge: Which Door? - The castaways had to run through a series of doors to find the correct path. The castaway to find the correct path first would win individual immunity.

Final Four

  • Immunity Challenge: Morphs - The castaways had to look at four pictures of two eliminated castaways morphed together. The first castaway to guess each morph correctly would win individual immunity.

Final Three

  • Immunity Challenge: Hangin' On - The castaways had to climb a pole and wait there for as long as they could. The last castaway standing won individual immunity.

Finale

Voting HistoryEdit

Original Tribes Switched Tribes 2nd Switched
Tribes
Merged Tribe
Episode # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Eliminated: Rhys
5/6 Votes
Chris S.
4/6 Votes
Unit
7/8 Votes
Prue
4/8 Votes
Katherine
5/7 Votes
Danny
6/7 Votes
Lynette
5/6 Votes
Ryan
2/2 Votes12
Mykel
5/10 Votes
Steve
6/9 Votes
Jordyn
5/8 Votes
Jeff
4/7 Votes
David
5/6 Votes
Jordan
3/5 Votes
Joey
3/4 Votes
Jacob
1 Vote
Voter Vote
Erik Chris S. Unit Danny Steve Mykel Steve Jordan Jeff David Jordan Joey
Chris B. Chris S. Unit Danny Steve Mykel Steve Jordan Jeff David Jordan Joey Jacob
Jacob Unit Danny Steve Mykel Steve Jordyn Joey David Jordan Joey
Joey Steve Katherine Lynette Chris B. Chris B. Erik Jordyn Jeff David Jacob Chris B.
Jordan Chris S. Prue Katherine Lynette Chris B. Erik Erik Jordyn Jeff Jacob Jacob
David Rhys Prue Katherine Lynette Ryan Mykel Steve Jordyn Joey David3
Jeff Chris S. Prue Katherine Lynette Ryan David Steve Jordyn Joey
Jordyn Unit Danny Chris B. Mykel Steve Jordan
Steve Rhys Prue Katherine Lynette Chris B. Erik Erik
Mykel Rhys Unit Danny Chris B. Chris B.
Ryan Unit Danny Chris B.
Lynette Rhys Steve Jordan Steve
Danny Rhys Unit Jacob
Katherine Steve Jordan
Prue Jordan
Unit Erik Erik
Chris S. Erik
Rhys Lynette

^1 Chris B. played the hidden immunity idol, therefore six votes cast against him did not count.
^2 Steve played the hidden immunity idol, therefore three votes cast against him did not count.
^3 Because the person did not send in their vote on time, they received a "Self-Vote", or a vote for themselves.

Jury Vote
Finalist: Chris B.
3/9 Votes
Erik
6/9 Votes
Juror Vote
Jacob Erik
Joey Erik
Jordan Erik
David Erik
Jeff Chris B.
Jordyn Erik
Steve Erik
Mykel Chris B.
Ryan Chris B.

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first eighteen person season.
  • This is the first season to have returning players.
    • It's also the first season to have all returning players as castaways.
  • This is the first season to have three starting tribes.
  • This is the first season to be filmed in a previous location.
  • This is the first season to be filmed back-to-back in a previous location.
  • This is the first season where the title sequence wasn't played in the first episode.
  • This is the first season to have a previous Sole Survivor win again.
  • This is the first season with a jury vote that wasn't decided by only one vote.
    • Interestingly enough, it has the same number of maximum votes a Runner-Up has ever received, with a total of three.
  • The castaways labelled the Fake Tribes twist as another tribe switch.
    • If it were counted as another tribe switch, this season would have had three total tribe switches.
  • This is the first season to feature two tribe switches in the game, although the tribe configurations did not change after a random draw.
    • This is the only season where the tribe configurations stayed the same after a tribe switch took place.
  • This is the first season where the tribes merged with eleven people left.
  • This is the first season to feature a Final Two with nine jury members.
  • This is the season with the most idol plays, with four total.
    • This is the first season where an idol play nullified votes in the majority.
      • This is the first season where an idol play nullified votes in a new majority.
    • This is the first season where every single camp idol was found and played at one point or another.
      • However, one of the four idols was not played successfully (e.g. did not nullify any votes when played).
  • This is the first season to feature two individual immunity necklaces in one challenge.
    • This happened twice this season, once in the pre-merge and once in the merge.
  • Interestingly enough, Erik and Chris B. had similarities to their end games in their previous seasons.
    • Erik did not win the Final Immunity Challenge and was taken to the end and won against someone who was criticized for their jury management.
    • Chris B. had a hand in voting out Jacob before the Final Tribal Council and then he lost to a jury who claimed his jury management was poor (including Steve).
  • The only castaway to improve their placement was Jacob Smith, only improving by one place.
    • Rhys Rhode had the worst change in placings, going from 2nd to 18th, a total of 16 places.
  • Rhys Rhode and Unit Banks are the only castaways who made the Final Tribal Council in their first season that did not make the merge this season.

ReferencesEdit

None

External LinksEdit


See AlsoEdit

  • Survivor: All-Stars Tribal Immunity Idol #1
  • Survivor: All-Stars Tribal Immunity Idol #2
  • Survivor: All-Stars Individual Immunity Necklace
  • Palmares Beach Hidden Immunity Idol, played by Jordan
  • Upala Beach Hidden Immunity Idol, played by Chris B.
  • Zarcero Beach Hidden Immunity Idol, played by Steve
  • Termina Beach Hidden Immunity Idol, played by Erik
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