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Survivor: Heroes vs Villains 2.0

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First off, I don't really think they'll do a Heroes vs. Villains II. The first time around was a special occasion (10th year anniversary) and it sort of limits choices of returning players to those who played Heroically or not and not necessarily fan favourites or good  players. Eg, where would Sophie, Kim or Denise slot in?

Here goes! Here are my picks for a Heroes vs. Villains 2 and the only real limit on people I chose was that there are NO players who have already played more than once. I also didn't care whether the player had been chosen for Caramoan.

Player Tribe Previous Finish Reasons for Posting
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Abi-Maria Gomes

Villains

13th Voted Out Day 36


5th Place


Survivor: Philippines

Abi was abrasive and a loudmouth in her first season. She was arrogant when in a powerful position and negative when she wasn't. Her strategic game wasn't particularly impressive but her attitude was! A villain in the social sense.

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Andrea Boehlke

Heroes

14th Voted Out Day 32 


16th Voted Out Day 36


5th Place


Survivor: Redemption Island

In her original season, Andrea played a very straight game. She stuck with Ometepe, her tribe, when she knew it benefitted her but was the only one willing to oppose Rob Mariano when she realised he couldn't be beaten. A self-labelled 'farm-girl' true at heart and smart at mind.
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Colton Cumbie

Villains

Evacuated   Day 16


13th Place


Survivor: One World

It's easy to say why Colton's a villain judging by his performance in Survivor: One World. He was vicious, vindictive, cruel and condescending. He took his opponents for idiots and constantly insulted them. When it came to his game, however, Colton was strong and remorseless; blindisiding many of his tribemates. Pulled out by injury he could have made it much further.
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Crystal Cox

Villains

13th Voted Out Day 36


6th Place


Survivor: Gabon

Crystal was a large presence in her original season and she was often seen as a bully. She had a solid strategic game but let herself get too comfortable and began to push the boundaries. She was involved in a few personality clashes and was a clear choice as a villain. (I chose to ignore her steroid scandal and looked at it from an in-game perspective)

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Dawn Meehan

Heroes

11th Voted Out Day 27


10th Place


Survivor: South Pacific

Dawn started the game in the position of the typical 'older woman' but was able to turn the stereotypes around and proved herself to be a significant threat both physically and strategically. Throughout her season she was loyal, smart and wouldn't give in hence her placement as a hero.
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Erik Reichenbach

Heroes

13th Voted Out Day 36


5th Place


Survivor: Micronesia

Erik played in his first season as a favourite against the fans. He was innocent, likeable and more of a physical player than strategic. He made himself particularly memorable by giving his Immunity Necklace to the infamous Black Widow Brigade resulting in his elimination. He was true at heart and an honest player.
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Ian Rosenberger

Heroes

14th Voted Out Day 38


3rd Place


Survivor: Palau

In his first season his tribe never lost an immunity challenge and made it to the merge having only lost one member. Ian made it all the way through to the Final Immunity Challenge on Day 38 but after lasting over 11 hours, he pulled himself out and arranged his own elimination claiming he would rather preserve a friendship than play a game untrue to himself.
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Kim Spradlin

Heroes

Sole Survivor Day 39


1st Place


Survivor: One World

From the start of her season, Kim played a near-unstoppable game of social, strategic and physcial prowess. Post merge, she danced around elimination and sent people home with a smile whilst remaining unwaiveringly loyal to her core alliance.
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Malcolm Freberg

Heroes

14th Voted Out Day 38


4th Place


Survivor: Philippines

Malcolm, much like Kim, dominated physically, socially and strategically after turning around from a four-straight challenge loss in the first four challenges. Unlike Kim, however, his competitors stopped him just short of a blowout win. Malcolm was likeable and admirable and, oddly enough, was voted out as soon as he attempted to break his word to his first ally.
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Marty Piombo

Villains

10th Voted Out Day 24


11th Place


Survivor: Nicaragua

Marty played in his first season as a strategic villain. He found the Hidden Immunity Idol and used it to orchestrate the elimination of the other 'alpha-males' until he was the unconstested leader of his tribe. Post-merge he was booted early for displaying too much strategic prowess.
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NaOnka Mixon

Villains

Quit                  Day 28


9th Place


Survivor: Nicaragua

NaOnka was the principal antagonist in Nicaragua and was a prominent presence getting involved in many personality clashes. She developed serious dislikes for particular members of her tribe and wasn't afraid of voicing her opinion. Whilst having an aggressive social game her strategic game was aggressive and successful too. (I, again, chose to ignore the fact she quit and realise she won't be back)
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Natalie Bolton

Villains

14th Voted Out Day 38


4th Place


Survivor: Micronesia

Natalie, as a fan, was a member of the Black Widow Brigade in Fans vs. Favourites and was a formidable strategic player. She, as a part of her alliance, pulled off multiple blindsides and played ruthlessly. 
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Pete Yurkowski

Villains

10th Voted Out Day 27


8th Place


Survivor: Philippines

Pete was a great strategic player in his first season.When he felt he wasn't at the top within his alliance, he went out of his way to alienate particular members so he would be their go-to-man when they turned on each other. Despite his work within his own tribe, his alliance crumbled and turned in at eighth.  
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Shane Powers

Villains

11th Voted Out Day 33


5th Place


Survivor: Panama

In his first season, Shane was a voletile member of his tribe. He was in numerous arguments but was also not afraid to play strategically. He was involved in multiple confrontations during his time in Panama and was not afraid to vent his feelings. A social and strategic Villain.
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Sierra Reed

Heroes

9th Voted Out Day 30


7th Place


Survivor: Tocantins

On Day 1 of her original season, Sierra's tribe attempted to vote her out in as part of a twist based on first impressions. As the twist revealed itself fully, Sierra was not eliminated and from then on she faced adversity as the underdog of her tribe. She was bullied and lied about once the merge came around but remained true to what alliances she could muster and never gave up.

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Sophie Clarke

Villains

Sole Survivor Day 39


1st Place


Survivor: South Pacific

Sophie was a figurehead member of her alliance in her original season. She played a complete social, strategic and physical game whilst using Coach Wade as a scapegoat. She played along with her tribe's religious antics as a strategy not to alienate herself but continued to orchestrate blindsides. Her strategy was nearly flawless but her ruthlessness earned her a spot as a Villain.
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Taj Johnson-George

Heroes

12th Voted Out Day 37


4th Place


Survivor: Tocantins

Throughout her season Taj was a source of positivity and enthusiasm in her tribe. She played a straight up game as a part of her alliance and made it deep into the game through her loyalty. Her game was a solid social and strategic game.
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Todd Herzog

Villains

Sole Survivor Day 39


1st Place


Survivor: China

In his first season, Todd played a very strong social and strategic game. He orchestrated the blindside of many of his 'allies' as they grew into bigger threats within the game. He kept his cunning as hidden as he could, emphasising its presence, and used it to stay on top of the pecking order within his tribe. His strategic presence and willingness to play the game earns him a place on the Villians tribe.
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Troyzan Robertson

Heroes

9th Voted Out Day 30


8th Place


Survivor: One World

In his first season, Troyzan fell victim to an all-women's alliance. He proved himself to be a fighter and persevered against all odds. His social and strategic game was great pre-merge but his strategy fell apart with the emergence of the prevailing alliance. This then placed a greater emphasis on his physical game as he proceeded to face the odds.
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Yul Kwon

Heroes

Sole Survivor Day 39


1st Place


Survivor: Cook Islands

Yul dominated in his first season, leading an alliance of four against eight members on the opposing tribe to successfully control the final four. He used his Hidden Immunty Idol as a bargaining chip to bring much-needed allies to a minority alliance and was successful in his attempts. He was honest, loyal and positive within his tribe and led by example, explaining his placement as a Hero.

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