The game is heating up and it’s only getting oh too close between Sharn and I to who might win our draft. After three massive Tribal Councils, idol plays and blindsides, where do we stand now?
For this season, Sharn Coombes, Runner-Up of the 2018 season of Australian Survivor, has agreed to join me in drafting the cast of the 2019 season of Australian Survivor.
I lost another 2 players this week, whereas Sharn managed to come out of Week 4 unscathed. This puts her at a numbers advantage but those early wins in the first two weeks keep me in the lead…
Here are the current standings after Week 4:
No one was voted out in the first episode, but both challenge wins went to the Champions, giving several points to both Sharn and I. I subsequently lost Hannah and Casey, but also had Harry play an idol, bringing a total Tribal Council loss to just 10 points. Sharn on the other hand gained an extra 20 points because David and Luke played their idols, and a further 5 when David found another one. I chose not to give out points for Shaun swapping to the Champions, because I don’t necessarily think it is considered a full tribe swap event. As we were both even in people numbers anyway, it would not have influenced one person more than the other. I expect a merge to occur next week, meaning more points can be divvied out. But for now, the closeness between us is sure to put our game faces on.
The point system used for the drafting is as follows.
This draft will be updated weekly as the season progresses.
The recap and review will be up tomorrow! Until then, I’m throwing a question out there for the readers: What elimination surprised you the most so far this season?
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