|Description:||A game advantage provided early in the game, but is used later in the game|
|Appearances:|| Millennials vs. Gen X|
The Legacy Advantage is a secret advantage that can only be used at certain Tribal Councils. If the castaway wielding the Legacy Advantage is eliminated anytime earlier than the said day, the castaway must will it to another castaway still in the game. Through the player's final words confessional, the person voted out with the Legacy Advantage will state who will inherit the advantage note. The advantage would then be tucked by production inside the new owner's bag in private. This goes on until the advantage's intended day of use, in which it can be played similarly to a Hidden Immunity Idol at that night's Tribal Council.
Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X
The Legacy Advantage was first seen in the Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X marooning where it was nestled beneath the supplies scattered around a beach, where Jessica Lewis found it. After Jessica was eliminated on Day 30 by the rock drawing tiebreaker, she left the advantage to Ken McNickle.
On Day 36, Ken was allowed to read the contents of the Legacy Advantage envelope, indicating that it gives its final owner immunity at the immediate Tribal Council, and must be played similarly to the regular Hidden Immunity Idol; it had to be played after the votes had been cast, but before they were read. Ken used the advantage, which cancelled Jay Starrett's vote against him.
Survivor: Game Changers
On Day 32, Sierra was voted out and finished in 9th place. She left the advantage to Sarah Lacina.
Legacy Advantage History
|Season||Hiding Place||Episode Found||Found By||Willed To||Episode Used|
|Millennials vs. Gen X||Under assorted fruits during the marooning||"May the Best Generation Win"|| |
|"I'm Going for a Million Bucks"|
|Game Changers||Under a box of supplies during marooning||"The Stakes Have Been Raised (Part 1)"|| |
Sierra Dawn Thomas
|"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"|