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  • So, Legacy Advantage...what do you think of it and what is it's impact on gameplay?

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    • It's interesting to see them employ an Express Pass-like twist to the game, meaning it would surely be used when it is needed (of course it's effectiveness is up for debate, especially if it is simply just an advantage at the next Immunity Challenge). It activates at Day 36 (i.e. the typical expiration of all trigger advantages in the game) which means we will see what will happen to it maybe just before the finale, or maybe during it. Personally I am most leaning about Jury Removal -- it's a recent addition, plus the way the twist lasts even when the player goes out. Reminds me of the Pearl Twists in Survivor: Philippines, though, which makes me think maybe they should employ the vote penalties in future seasons, if they won't in this.

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    • Obviously this hasn't been mentioned since the first episode but I was thinking about it.

      I wonder if Jessica got voted out, would she have to give the advantage to someone in front of everyone else? If that were to happen who knows if it would even be worth it because then that person would become a target because 1) they have an advantage and 2) if you vote them out they might give it to you.

      It'll be interesting to see how this plays out.

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    • JojoFromKocamo wrote: Obviously this hasn't been mentioned since the first episode but I was thinking about it.

      I wonder if Jessica got voted out, would she have to give the advantage to someone in front of everyone else? If that were to happen who knows if it would even be worth it because then that person would become a target because 1) they have an advantage and 2) if you vote them out they might give it to you.

      It'll be interesting to see how this plays out.

      From what I read, the voted out castaway will tell who will receive the advantage during the Final Words, then before the castaways arrive back to camp, the production will hide it on the chosen castaway's bag.

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    • New development for the Legacy Advantage. After someone is voted out/eliminated, the player will give it during Final Words, and I think will be hidden on someone's bag when they arrive from tribal, meaning it will stay secret. Wonder how it will affect Ken's game. 2 idols and 2 advantages in the game for 3 different people, I mean that is crazy.

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    • I wonder if it would be like a jury vote out again. Like there would be 10 people on the jury, so they might want to only have 9. (I know they had 10 in Cambodia, but that did seem like a lot). And they may have wanted to switch up the way the vote out occurred too. Like instead of somebody already in the finals voting somebody off the jury, have one person in the final 5 vote somebody off the jury when there is only 8 jury members and the final 3 is not known yet. It might make the vote more complicated. I don't know, just my thoughts!

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    • Tbh I think the person who holds it (Ken) will be able to remove someone from jury. If it isn't that idk what else it could be.

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    • So the Legacy Advantage for Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X is a mandatory, self-use F6 Hidden Immunity Idol. Makes sense, I mean theoretically if the player voted before Day 36 is part of a minority alliance, what good way to surprise the majority a bit by being having an "alliance idol" being passed around secretly, which may not be quite powerful in certain cases, but is still game changing in some.

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    • It returns in Survivor: Game Changers! It is interesting though that there are 2 windows of opportunities I assume it could be used -- Final 13 or Final 6. I wonder if it is a tease that the merge is at 13, or is it 12 and it could be used in order to secure going to the merge where the game is very different (like, a non-challenge threat using it in the right time may make the castaway much less of a threat later on). Not sure about Final 6 and not 5, and I hope it doesn't mean it is another Final 6 finale. I guess they are just keeping the Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X effect along too.

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    • Assuming is dangerous on Survivor, but this screams a Cambodia type format so we'll see.

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    • Zjzr wrote:
      It returns in Survivor: Game Changers! It is interesting though that there are 2 windows of opportunities I assume it could be used -- Final 13 or Final 6. I wonder if it is a tease that the merge is at 13, or is it 12 and it could be used in order to secure going to the merge where the game is very different (like, a non-challenge threat using it in the right time may make the castaway much less of a threat later on). Not sure about Final 6 and not 5, and I hope it doesn't mean it is another Final 6 finale. I guess they are just keeping the Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X effect along too.

      Wait, what? It can only be used at Final 13 or Final 6? I thought I heard Sierra say it can be used between Final 13-6 (so that means she or whoever has it if she is voted out before she has a chance to use it cannot use it at say Final 9?)

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    • Only Final 13 or Final 6. That would be too OP to randomly give someone immunity to use more often than that.

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    • Ivanornels wrote:
      Only Final 13 or Final 6. That would be too OP to randomly give someone immunity to use more often than that.

      Now that I think of it, it does make sense, yes.

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