|"The Challenge Beast Has Awoken Again"|
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The Challenge Beast Has Awoken Again is the twelfth episode of Survivor: Korea.
Challenge: Rhythm Revolution
you would play a game called Rhythm Revolution. This game is based on the hit Nickelodeon TV show, The Fairly Odd Parents and the TV movie School's Out: The Musical. The object of the game is to make Dimmsdale fun again and remove all of the dullness. To do that, you have to make each dull spot to a fun spot, by "jumping" into it without getting noticed by The Pixies (you could hide in trashcans and mailboxes by pressing the Down button). The faster you jumped in to a dull spot, the higher the bonus. The castaway with the highest total score wins.
Reward: Advantage in the Impromptu Immunity Challenge (information to be revealed during the Impromptu Immunity Challenge).
Immunity (Day 32)
Challenge: Annyeong-haseyo, Mr. Roboto!
Castaways will play a game called Robot Attack!!!. The object of the game is to defeat all of the robots by shooting them with water balloons. However, to collect your ammo the balloons that are blocked by colored blocks must drop to the bottom, where you must make 4 or more adjacent blocks of the same color to make the blocks disappear. The more blocks you disappear, the higher the score they get. The castaway with the highest final score wins.
Challenge: Bad Ice Cream
Castaways will be play a game called Bad Ice Cream 2. In this game they to collect various fruits and avoid the enemies. To move, use the arrow keys and to shoot/break a row of ice blocks, use the space key. They can't actually shoot at your enemies, but just protect yourself from them by surrounding yourself with ice blocks. The castaway with the highest total score wins
|“||You're flying way to far under the radar Ryan, it's been nice knowing you.||”|
|“||Ryan, I vote you. This game is absolutely insane and the craziness is only beginning. This vote is the most important vote so far and I guess it's either me or you.||”|
|“|| Hunter, you are a wolf in a sheep's costume. The way you threw Cassels under the bus for no reason (when you had immunity) and what you did to Ivan tonight, is beyond hypocricy and doesn't match the character you were trying to build for yourself in this game.
I hope these people are not complete idiots and won't miss this chance to kick your ass out.
|“||Hope I'm a great liar so hope you're not gonna play an idol!||”|
|“||Hopefully it is you going home tonight. You weren't who I originally wanted out, but after I heard you were targeting me, it has to be you, or else I'm going to get the boot next.||”|
|“||Just in case Hunter plays an idol, it's either you go home, or there's a tie between us.||”|
|“||Bro, you played a great game. And if it were up to me, it'd be Ivan going home. But I'm not playing for myself, I'm playing for my allies as well. You're a great guy and an awesome competitor. I bet you'd end up winning if this was a different cast, but this cast sees how big a threat you are, which is why you can't go further than this point. Sorry :/||”|
|“||You want me out, then I want you out.||”|
|“||This isn't personal. It's me keeping my word to not only the 5 others still in the game but to Hunter, Jake, and David.||”|
|“||Quiet guy. Quiet vote.||”|
|“||You have been targeting me, and because of that I want you out. I hope this is a knockout for you. Just please go home.||”|
|“||Ryan, You're not gonna be going home. But I'm still just giving you my vote so that the A-Team will know that I'm with them 100%. So the rest of this confessional goes to Ivan. Ivan, you played a good game but made the critical mistake of giving orders to everyone when Jake was eliminated. No hard feelings, here's hoping that it isn't me tonight.||”|
|“|| Ivan, you have the honor of being the first person I vote for with hesitation.
You served me well for most of the time by making people think you have the idol, but we got to a point in the game where you became too irrelevant to be worth keeping. You've played for the alliance, but in fact your alliance have played you the whole time. It's about time you go home.
|“||Who would've guessed it'd be you tonight? I've stuck by you since the early Baekje days, but as you've become such a strong and notorious, I don't think we can play this game together much longer. I hate to see another american go, but hopefully voting for you won't be the death sentence for me.||”|
|“||I have cooled down a lot since I have found I was betrayed. I am not as angry anymore. My final words have nothing to do about wanting revenge, or even complaining. My final words are about Survivor. I found out through Korea that I truly love Survivor. I am heartbroken right now, truly. I have never been this disappointing in my life. I have had bills slammed down in youth legislature, I have lost varsity positions in sports, I was told I could not play football anymore due to concussions, a sport I would kill to play again..yet..none of this has hurt as bad as what I have just gone through. But isn't that the beauty of this wiki? We can come on and actually play something we all love. We can get blindsided, we can get backstabbed, we lose, we waste time, and we still continue to play. It is something we cannot get enough of. I am in love with this game. To quote John Cochran, "I love, I breathe Survivor." It is a quote that truly represents us all. When you go through the thing you love, you try to do your absolute best at it. That's what I did, but I found out in the end, it's not about trying to be a Boston Rob, a John Cochran, a Todd Herzog, a Parvati Shallow, but it is about being yourself, and finding out who you truly are as a player. I wanted to be a villain, but I couldn't. I wanted to be genuine with everyone in the game, and that's what I did. It's hurtful that I was voted out, but at the same time it's a great feeling. Knowing that you have done it, and you have created a character in something as minor as an online Survivor game is a great feeling. If I were given the opportunity to play again, I would take it before you would even ask. This game was an amazing experience and something I will always remember for a very, very long time.||”|
|“||Of course. The one time I needed immunity I just barely don't win it. Miggy stirred up a whole lot of hell after he won immunity and blindsided Hunter. Miggy deserved to go. I guess some people thought it would be cool to ditch my alliance and align with Miggy but that wasn't cool at all. I wanted to prove to these people that I could play this game well but I get blindsided like this. I trusted some people that didn't trust me and for some reason saw me as a threat. I had fun playing this game. 6 more days I feel like I could've won but it was a good ride. I definitely want to play this game again.||”|
Still in the Running
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- With Hunter's elimination, Aaron is the last original Goguryeo tribe member remaining.
- The name of the first Immunity Challenge of this episode came from the song Mr. Roboto, which had the line "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto", where "Domo arigato" (meaning "thank you" in Japanese) was replaced with "Annyeonghaseyo", which means "hello" in Korean language and also due to the challenge involved robots.
- If Hunter had survived the first Tribal Council vote, he would receive a big point boost on the Impromptu Immunity Challenge.
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