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Exile Island
Survivor Gameplay
Description A place where contestants are sent to find clues to the Hidden Immunity Idol.
Appearance(s) The Caribbean
St. Giles
Bantu

Exile Island is a game-changing twist in Survivor:Caribbean, Survivor: Saint Giles and Survivor: Bantu. Exile Island is a small campsite apart from the actual tribe camps where one or two contestants will be left banished for a predetermined period of time. Though in seclusion, the banished castaway(s) will have a sort-of consolation prize such as a clue to the location of a Hidden Immunity Idol that may or not be hidden there or comforts. The Redemption Island twist is somewhat similar to Exile Island in premise.

FormatEdit

The format of Exile Island is simple: To force one (though still depending if there is another twist) castaway to live on his/her own on an uninhabited island. The logic is that the banished player will be separated from their tribe, unable to strategize and will be out of the loop until a predetermined period of time. This twist provides more emphasis on the social aspect of the game, for which players can have an open opportunity to gossip and/or to campaign the ouster of the exiled survivor. However, all these can backfire, as Exile Island provides clues to the whereabouts of a Hidden Immunity Idol, which may or may be not be hidden on the island. Clues will constantly be handed in every episode, though it does not guarantee the player truly finding the Idol (especially if the Idol had already been found by someone else). This will add more mystery in the game as suspicion would arise between the castaways regarding who really has the Idol.

Usually after winning a Reward Challenge, aside from the reward itself, the winning tribe (or individual, if merged) will also have the power to send one person from the losing team to Exile Island.

During Tribal phase, if division or switching of tribes is taken place with odd number of castaways. The player ended up not being selected by any tribe will be automatically banished to exile by the hosts. The player will rejoin the game after the following tribal council, as a member of the tribe which lose a member at that tribal council. As not being on any tribe, they cannot vote or being voted out at that respective Tribal Council.

Banished players will be given a machete, a pot, and a piece of flint to fend for themselves. They will be reunited with their team in time before the next Immunity Challenge, through there are exceptions.

Exile IslandsEdit


StatisticsEdit

Castaway Times Exiled
Szymonfav Moonsik
"Szymon"
Survivor: Saint Giles
4
Boofav Zannabanna
"Boo"
Survivor: Saint Giles
2
Samfav Nightlock Kryptonite
"Sam"
Survivor: Saint Giles
2
Brycefan B7yc3
"Bryce"
Survivor: Saint Giles
2
Reid Spuertvliovvoerr
"Reid"
Survivor: Caribbean
2
Purry PawsomePerry
"Purry"
Survivor: Caribbean
2
Evanp Pieniazek666
"Evan"
Survivor: Bantu
1
SusieManga SusieQS
"Susie"
Survivor: Bantu
1
WillManga Willfc3
"Will"
Survivor: Bantu
1
PandaManga Survivorpanda
"Panda"
Survivor: Bantu
1
Tylerbfav Tbus91
"Tyler B"
Survivor: Saint Giles
1
Jakefav JakeGoesInLine
"Jake"
Survivor: Saint Giles
1
Liamfav NotLiam
"Liam"
Survivor: Saint Giles
1
Tylerrfav ForeverTyC
"Tyler R"
Survivor: Saint Giles
1
JoFav Amoline
"Jo"
Survivor: Saint Giles
1
Marco Eperson
"Marco"
Survivor: Caribbean
1
Jessy JessyPop
"Jessy"
Survivor: Caribbean
1
Maria Kulebubz
"Maria"
Survivor: Caribbean
1
Tommy Kut
"Tommy"
Survivor: Caribbean
1

TriviaEdit

  • Reid was the first player to be sent to Exile Island.
    • He is also the first player to be sent twice.
    • He is also the first player to be sent back-to-back.
  • Szymon holds the record for most times exiled, with four.

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