With only three episodes of Survivor: Winners at War on the left, fans are already talking about who could come back for another season. Many viewers think that Sophie Clarke is a strong but underrated player who will come back to play.
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Who was sent to the brink of extinction in episode 11 of “Survivor: Winners at War”?
For a while there, fans thought Tony Vlachos might be about to cut in episode 11 of Survivor: Winners at War. However, he soon found an idol of hidden immunity. Then he is sent a horrible extortion disadvantage from Parvati Shallow and Natalie Anderson from Edge of Extinction.
He must find six fire tokens, otherwise he will not play the immunity challenge or vote at the tribal council. Fans were outraged that he got this inconvenience; however, Tony quickly gets three more tokens. The man plays in the immunity challenge and wins it for the second consecutive week.
His alliance decides to share their votes between Michele Fitzgerald and Jeremy Collins. Tony takes the opportunity to change the game and blinds Sophie. He chains Nick Wilson, Jeremy and Michele, and his plan works. Sophie was sent to the brink of extinction with an idol of immunity hidden in her pocket.
After proven in the game, fans are confident that Sophie will play “Survivor” again
Survivor: Winners at War was only the second time Sophie played the game. Many players returned for the third and even fourth season. It would therefore not be out of the question for producers to invite her back.
“I forgot she was only 22 when she won,” wrote a fan on Reddit. “I’m thinking of anyone this season; she is a lock to return for the third time. Production really seemed to enjoy it this season. “
Fans think she played a solid game. It was so great that the other castaways had to blind her to send her home.
“I really hope she plays again someday,” added another fan.
Fans are shocked that some people see Sophie as a “low level winner”
“I probably got into this game feeling like a low level winner,” said Sophie after being knocked out and on the verge of extinction.
“She is certainly not a lower level winner,” wrote another Redditor. “She played a great game Survivor: South Pacific. She dominated physically, delivered one of the greatest performances of the Final Tribal Council in the series and played a clever game by overlapping her alliance until the end (sometimes the biggest move is not at all a movement). “
Other fans agree that his first gameplay in Survivor: South Pacific was awesome. She has no reason to think she is a “lower level winner”. Fans hate that other viewers make it feel that way.
“I’m sad that ANY winner should ever think about it and live with negative comments from people about their victory all the time,” added another spectator. “She played an incredible match and should be very proud of her performance. Her name came up as a threat, so I hope she knows people really respected her as a threat and a player. “
Sophie is on the verge of extinction for the moment. However, she will have a chance to return to the match. If she can’t, fans hope to see her in another season ofSurvivor, soon. To see how the rest of Survivor: Winners at War plays out, log on to CBS on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EAST.
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