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LoganWorm's Survivor
Survivor: Brazil
Survivor Brazil Logo
Logo Creator(s) LoganWorm
Genre Reality Competition
Winner David Steel (2-1)
No. of Episodes 12
No. of Days 39
No. of Castaways 16
Tribes      Anta
     Jibóia
     Rebeliao
Videos
Survivor Brazil - Season Preview00:26

Survivor Brazil - Season Preview

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Original Tribes)01:07

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Original Tribes)

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Switched Tribes)01:07

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Switched Tribes)

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Merged Tribe)01:07

LoganWorm's Survivor Brazil - Title Sequence (Merged Tribe)

Production
Location(s) Jalapão, Tocantins, Brazil
Original Run July 28th, 2013 -
September 5th, 2013
Chronology
Preceded by by Survivor: Madagascar
Followed by Survivor: China

LoganWorm's Survivor: Brazil is the third season of the LoganWorm's Survivor group. Applications for the season began on June 22nd, 2013. They were evaluated until July 17th, 2013 and the cast was chosen. The cast was finalized on July 27th, 2013 and announced on July 28th, 2013 and the game premiered the same day. It was set in Jalapão, Tocantins in Brazil.

The sixteen contestants, referred to as "castaways", were originally split up into two tribes of eight. These tribes were named Anta and Jibóia, two animals in Portuguese meaning Anteater and Jaguar respectively, from Brazil. They represent the name of the camps and the separate teams with immunity and tribal council. The merged tribe was named by the ten castaways who made the merge. They named the tribe Rebeliao. After 39 days of competition, David Steel was given the title of Sole Survivor, defeating Unit Banks on a 2-1 vote. This was the first and only season to have the winner revealed on location with no reunion show.

The Fan Favorite award and the Player of the Season award were both not issued to anyone in the season.












SummaryEdit

Sixteen castaways entered the Brazilian Highlands for a shot at one million dollars and the title of Sole Survivor. They were split onto two tribes, Anta, and Jibóia. Anta, meaning anteater in Portuguese and Jibóia, meaning jaguar in Portuguese.




CastawaysEdit

There were sixteen people, known as "castaways", that were divided into two tribes, Anta and Jibóia. After six castaways were voted out, the ten left merged into one tribe, Rebeliao. Seven castaways made up the jury, who ultimately decided who would win the game and the title of Sole Survivor.

Castaway Original Tribe Switched Tribe Merged Tribe Finish Total Votes
Mearl King
23, Sky, Retail
Jibóia 1st Voted Out
Day 3
5
Bubba Depree
13, Light Green, Unemployed
Jibóia Quit
Day 6
0
Javy Bryant
16, Blood, Student
Jibóia 2nd Voted Out
Day 9
7
Cole Conroy
21, Light Green, Life Guard
Jibóia Anta 3rd Voted Out
Day 12
5
Conor Vinaixa
16, Orange, Referee
Anta Jibóia 4th Voted Out
Day 15
5
Aj Flora
14, Brown, Student
Jibóia Jibóia 5th Voted Out
Day 18
3
Natalie "Nat"  Auraliona
19, White, Student
Anta Jibóia Rebeliao 6th Voted Out
Day 21
4
Nick Duke
14, Yellow, Student
Anta Jibóia 7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 24
8
Jake West
15, Brown, Student
Jibóia Anta 8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 27
6
Ryan Wangman
15, Yellow, Student
Jibóia Jibóia Eliminated1
3rd Jury Member
Day 30
2
Missy Alder
17, Yellow, Aspiring Writer
Jibóia Anta 9th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 33
8
Andrew Grace
21, Dark Green, Actor
Anta Anta Removed due to Injury
5th Jury Member
Day 34
9
Jimmy Ferguson
16, Black, Student
Anta Anta 10th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 37
5
Michael Penner
16, Yellow, Camp Counselor
Anta Anta 11th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 38
2
Unit Banks
15, TV Star, Unemployed
Anta Anta Runner-Up 3
David Steel
16, TV Star, Student
Anta Anta Sole Survivor 3

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 The vote tied twice, so the purple rock was used. Ryan drew the purple rock, effectively eliminating him from the game.

The GameEdit

Episode Title Challenges Eliminated Vote Finish
Immunity
"I Was Legit Turned Down" Anta Mearl 5-1-1-1 1st Voted Out
Day 3
"One Risky Deal at a Time" Jibóia Bubba No Vote Quit
Day 6
"You Aren't Even in the Group" Anta Javy 6-0 2nd Voted Out
Day 9
"Cracks This Snake Can Slip Through" Jibóia Cole 5-1-1-1 3rd Voted Out
Day 12
"A Higher Chance of Being Next" Anta Conor 5-0 4th Voted Out
Day 15
"In a Very Safe Spot" Anta Aj 3-1 5th Voted Out
Day 18
"That's What You Get" David Nat 4-2-2-1-1 6th Voted Out
Day 21
"Sacrificing Others May Help" Michael Nick 5-2-1-1 7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 24
"Have Fun in Ponderosa!" David Jake 5-2-1-1 8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 27
"I Suck at Challenges" Michael Ryan 2-2-1-1-1
2-2
No Vote
Eliminated1
3rd Jury Member
Day 30
"Sealed His Fate" Unit Missy 3-1-1 9th Voted Out
4th Jury Member
Day 33
"From the Get Go" None Andrew No Vote Removed due to Injury
5th Jury Member
Day 34
Michael Jimmy 2-1-1 10th Voted Out
6th Jury Member
Day 37
David Michael 1-0 11th Voted Out
7th Jury Member
Day 38
Jury Vote Unit 2-1 Runner-Up
David Sole Survivor

^1 The vote tied twice, so the purple rock was used. Ryan drew the purple rock, effectively eliminating him from the game.

Episode 1: "I Was Legit Turned Down"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Waterfall Polls - The castaways had to convince people on the land why each person was most deserving as an individual of winning the challenge and then the people on the land had to vote. The person that received the most votes won individual immunity.

Episode 1

Episode 2: "One Risky Deal at a Time"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: 1 vs. 1 - Both 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.

Episode 2

Episode 3: "You Aren't Even in the Group"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 3

Episode 4: "Cracks This Snake Can Slip Through"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Tribe Flags - Both tribes had to create a tribe flag which would both go their respective beaches with them. A panel of three judges would decide which flag was better based solely on opinion.

Episode 4

Episode 5: "A Higher Chance of Being Next"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Search and Solve - Both tribes had to dig and find nine puzzle pieces. Once they did, they would take it back to their station and solve the puzzle. The first tribe to finish their puzzle would win immunity. 

Episode 5

Episode 6: "In a Very Safe Spot"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Throwing Things - Both tribes raced to throw a vase at the other tribe's side. The tribe to throw all of their vases first won immunity.

Episode 6

Episode 7: "That's What You Get"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Waterfall Polls - Individual - The castaways had to convince people on the land why each person was most deserving as an individual of winning the challenge and then the people on the land had to vote. The person that received the most votes won individual immunity.

Episode 7

Episode 8: "Sacrificing Others May Help"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: None - No challenge was held.

Episode 8

Episode 9: "Have Fun in Ponderosa!"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: Jewels - The castaways had to play a matching game from Zwooper and then submit their best score. The person with the highest score won individual immunity.
  • David's score

Episode 9

Episode 10: "I Suck at Challenges"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: None - No challenge was held.

Episode 10

Episode 11: "Sealed His Fate"Edit

  • Immunity Challenge: None - No challenge was held.

Episode 11

Episode 12: "From the Get Go"Edit

Final Four

  • Immunity Challenge: None - No challenge was held.

Final Three

  • Immunity Challenge: None - No challenge was held.

Finale

Final Words (every episode)

Voting HistoryEdit

Original Tribes Switched Tribes Merged Tribe
Episode # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Eliminated: Mearl
5/8 Votes
Bubba
No Vote2
Javy
6/6 Votes
Cole
5/8 Votes
Conor
5/5 Votes
Aj
3/4 Votes
Nat
4/10 Votes
Nick
5/9 Votes
Jake
4/8 Votes
Tie3 Tie4 Ryan
No Vote4
Missy
3/6 Votes
Andrew
No Vote5
Jimmy
2/4 Votes
Michael
1 Vote
Voter Vote
Unit Missy Jimmy
David Missy David1 Michael
Michael Missy Jimmy
Jimmy Jimmy1 Jimmy1 Jimmy1 Unit
Andrew Andrew1 Andrew1 Andrew1 Andrew1 Tie3 Andrew1
Missy Javy Missy1 Michael
Ryan Javy Conor Tie3
Jake Javy
Nick Conor Nick1 Nick1
Nat Conor
Aj Javy Conor Aj1
Conor Conor1
Cole Javy
Javy Javy1 Javy1
Bubba
Mearl

^1 Because the person did not send in their vote on time, they received a "Self-Vote", or a vote for themselves.
^2 Bubba quit the game.
^3 The first Tribal Council Vote resulted in a tie. Per the rules, a second vote was held where the castaways involved in the tie would not vote and the remaining castaways could only vote for those who tied.
^4 The vote tied twice, so the purple rock was used. Ryan drew the purple rock, effectively eliminating him from the game.
^5 Andrew was removed from the game due to an injury.

Jury Vote
Finalist: Unit
1/3 Votes
David
2/3 Votes
Juror Vote
Michael
Jimmy
Andrew
Missy
Ryan
Jake
Nick

TwistsEdit

Tribe Switch:Edit

The season had a twist where the tribes switched members. In a random order the castaways picked their buffs out of a hat and then switched or stayed on a tribe based on the buff they picked out. The tribe numbers didn't change (e.g. from a tribe of 7 and a tribe of 5 to two tribes of 6), but they stayed the same with the members switching.

TriviaEdit

  • TBA

ControversyEdit

  • The Anta tribe lost the second challenge and went to tribal council. Bubba, from the Jibóia tribe, quit the game while they were at tribal council. Anta was spared from tribal council because Bubba quit the game to keep up with the same amount of virtual days and to keep it one elimination per episode. It's felt that someone who ends up quitting the game does so in their own right and thereofore abandons their tribe. Cole, from the Jibóia tribe, felt Anta should have had to vote someone out still.
  • The season was often criticized for a boring cast and a boring game. Not much effort was shown on the outside and the viewer reception was very poor.

ReferencesEdit

None

External LinksEdit

See AlsoEdit

  • Tribal Immunity Idol
  • Brazil Immunity Necklace
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