Survivor: Grande Island Episode 7 | The woman of substance kills the empty twat

After an emotionally draining double tribal council, both tribes were gearing up for a merge. They’re ready for the new phase in the game.

When the two tribes were gathered at the arena, they were told to drop their buffs because of tribe switch. The castaways were shocked to learn that they may not be going to a merge after all.

Merge

They had to randomly pick a number between 1 to 11. After they have chosen, they were each given a small piece of parcel containing the new buff. They were, however, delighted when they discovered that the buffs had only one color, which means they are now one tribe.

The new tribe enjoyed the traditional merge feast. Obviously, some are already eager to get started with the strategy talks. Others are excited to reconnect with their original core alliances.

The feast paved the way for an auction. Each castaway was given $500. But not everyone was happy. While some enjoyed the stuff they got, especially one castaway who bought an advantage at the next immunity challenge, others are unfortunate to have been removed from the auction and received virtual food.

Immunity challenge

The castaways will be playing STAB. Nam won an advantage for the immunity challenge, which gave him extra life in the challenge. Every one will have 3 lives and they had to be the first one to comment ‘STAB’ or ‘KILL’ and the name of the survivor they want to eliminate. Last person standing will win immunity.

The challenge was bloody. Ultimately, Elmo ‘the killer’ emerged on top.

Plans changing

The challenge served as a wake up call for many. It became reflective of each person’s position in the game. Alliances were tested and people are now paranoid as to who they can really trust. Finger pointing led to shifting of targets. It was only until tribal was literally right around the corner when a solid plan was made.

Tribal council

 

 

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