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Article - 'MTCII - Episode 13' by Mateui

An item about Miscellanious posted on Jul 13, 2004

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Entitled: Revelations The 13th person is voted out of the game, leaving the final 3.

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Making the Cut II: Episode 13
By: Mateui
Episode 13: Revelations

Players Still in the Game:

Edoni Tribe:
Jennifer Sweeney
Joey Mury
Natalie Kink
Ian Murphy

The Jury:
Randy Tahkoer
Sarah Heiderman
Evan Muse
Friedrich Nietzsche
Johanus Bartholomew

Voted Out:
Amanda Tingay
Earl Oldson
John Doe
Jason Lucca
Mark Grant
Alexander Cromwell
Foyle Aber

Over at the Edoni Tribe:

*The remaining for players were exhausted from previous Tribal council, and the game in whole. Only a few more days until the winner would be decided, and excitement was filling their thoughts.*

Tree Mail:

With only four left
Immunity is essential
Know the most about others
Reveal their potential

For the past has come back
Will it help or will it haunt?
If you can identify people
Immunity you’ll flaunt


Immunity Challenge 13: Revelation

Mateui: Welcome to the thirteenth Immunity Challenge. Today, we’re going to look back on the past first, and then go straight to the Immunity Challenge.

You four have outlasted the other 12 that came to this game. Today, you will honour each one, and pay tribute for what they have done in this game. Each of their torches are standing on this beach - walk up to them and state a few words about that Survivor - your feelings/thoughts toward them, etc..

After you have gone through that, we will play the Immunity Challenge.

Jennifer: *Goes over to the torches*

Alexander Cromwell: You were pretty funny the first day you were here, it's a shame you were voted out first you must of been busy in real life.

Foyle Aber: I ended up being with you when there were two tribes, you were fairly helpful in a few of the immunity challenges.

Johanus Sabastian Bartholomew iii: You weren't always active early in the game Johanus, I was impressed that you lasted so long, I thought you were gonna be voted out before the merge.

Mark Grant: It was a shame that you got voted out unexpectedly in that challenge, I was looking forward to seeing you again Mark.

Amanda Tingay: Never knew you, you never showed up from what I heard either.

Earl Oldson: I didn't really know you either, never was in the same tribe that you were.

Evan Muse: I was suprised when you were voted out, I didn't think it was going to be you that round.

Jason Lucca: It's a shame you didn't make it to the merge, you tied with Foyle in votes from not voting and Foyle stayed instead of you.

Randy Tahkoer: I never really got to know you much Randy, but I still wonder how you managed to predict the proverb I picked in that challenge.

John Doe: I never really knew you since you didn't really show up when the tribe split happened.

Friedrich Nietzsche: Immunity seemed to have made you lose from how that you lost the first round you weren't immune, I never really got to know you.

Sarah Heiderman: I was suprised that you lasted so long.

Joey: Alexander Cromwell: Yeah, you probably were cool, but since we had nothing to base our votes on, sadly, you were it.

Foyle Aber: You were a nice guy, pretty helpful, except for the whole "I was planning on backstabbing and destroying all of you" bit.

Johanus Sabastian Bartholomew iii: You were the coolest of the all the "inactive" ones. I was sorry to see you claimed by the alliance.

Mark Grant: You were a nice, helpful person. But if you stayed, you'd probably be quite a fly in the ointment.

Amanda Tingay: Umm... have a nice life?

Earl Oldson: Way to try and screw up the game...

Evan Muse: I didn't know you too well. But you tried to form an alliance to get rid of us, so, see ya.

Jason Lucca: Um... yeah. Have a nice life.

Randy Tahkoer: Well, you joined the ranks of those who were so lazy yet got so far. Congratulations.

John Doe: I don't think that's your real name...

Friedrich Nietzsche: You were pretty cool, I guess. Except for the whole forming an alliance thing.

Sarah Heiderman: You were a worthy adversary, and tried to backstab us to the very end.

Ian: Alexander Cromwell: I'm sorry it had to be you at first, but we had to think of the tribe.

Foyle Aber: I liked you, and you were fun to be around. I voted for you, but to be honest, I didn't really want to, and I liked it while you were here. Sorry you had to be a backstabber

Johanus Sabastian Bartholomew iii: You were a unique personality, and the way you acted livened up the camp. It was nice to have someone who wasn't afraid to be different.

Mark Grant: Just as you and me were getting to know one another, you got eliminated from the game. I was really sorry to see you go. I definitely wouldn't have picked you to go when you did.

Amanda Tingay: Um...it's hard to mourn someone who never really existed in the first place.

Earl Oldson: Well, if nothing else, it sounded like being in a tribe with you would have been a...unique experience.

Evan Muse: Of the potential threats...we eliminated you because of your inactivity, and nothing else. I'm sorry it came to that.

Jason Lucca: I never knew you, or anything about you so...uh...R.I.P?

Randy Tahkoer: It was kind of funny how you lasted as long as you did, despite being as inactive as Evan. So, I say, well done to you.

John Doe: Same as Jason, basically. Sorry you had to go, even if I never knew you

Friedrich Nietzsche: Fred, I'm totally sorry about having to eliminate you from the game. (I'm pretty certain everyone knows that was me, Mat) I was just starting to strike up a friendship with you at the time, and no doubt things would have turned out very different if Natalie had gone and not you. Necessity is the mother of all invention, and I wouldn't have kicked you unless I absolutely needed to.

Sarah Heiderman: I felt sorry for you, I can see how you must have felt so hopeless in the last few days, and, as I told some other members, I intended to give you immunity if I got it, to keep you in and liven things up a little. So, I'm also sorry to see you go.

Natalie: Okay, here goes...

Alexander Cromwell: Well, I hardly knew you at all, you seemed cool enough... you just didn't participate enough.

Foyle Aber: You were very sneaky and I didn't trust you at all, rightfully so.

Johanus Sebastian Bartholomew iii: You were very funny, and nice as well. You were a little aloof though, and self-centered.

Mark Grant: I liked you, a lot. You were really nice and it saddened me when Johanus voted you out.

Amanda Tingay: Who?

Earl Oldson: Never had the 'pleasure' of crossing paths with him either.

Evan Muse: I never ever spoke to you, not once. So, I really know nothing about you and therefore felt nothing when I voted you out.

Jason Lucca: Don't know you

John Doe: Or you.

Friedrich Nietzsche: You seemed like a really nice guy, but I didn't feel I could trust you.

Sarah Heiderman: I liked you, at first, but you seemed a bit aloof. I don't know if it was just your character, or you didn't trust me.

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Mateui: Alright. Let’s get to it. Since you have been on this island longer than any others, you must know a great deal about the game and the past of other players. Your knowledge will be tested for this - but not in a simple way.

Your task is easy, but the challenge is hard. Anyone can win this - but it helps if you were observing other players from your past.

In today’s challenge, you will have to match up each Survivor with their real identity. That’s right, match them up with their GW username. The person out of you four that makes the most correct matches will win immunity. (I will not tell you which ones you get right however, only the number that are right, out of 16.)

MATCH - LIST1:
Alexander Cromwell
Foyle Aber
Ian Murphy
Joey Mury
Johanus Sabastian Bartholomew iii
Mark Grant
Natalie Kink
Jennifer Sweeney
Amanda Tingay
Earl Oldson
Evan Muse
Jason Lucca
Randy Tahkoer
John Doe
Friedrich Nietzsche
Sarah Heiderman

MATCH - LIST2:
ATARI
Bakusan
Bart
Belross
4DSheep
Chikochamp
CyberMan16
SkyLark
DrFunk
Erave
Fighter
Finality
Hornet
MasterDarkNinja
Owl Storm
Safari
Senior Behemoth
TreeSock
UPRC
Xanqui

Mateui: You will notice that the second list has 20 people, not 16. This means that 4 people listed are not actually playing the game. Now, the stakes are higher. For every successful match up between a player name and a GW name, you get 1 point. If, however, you happen to use a name of a GW member that is not playing the game in a match up, you lose 2 points. (The Maximum you can lose is 8 points - which is a lot, so try to figure out which 4 names are not in the game first)

*All four players went off into the edge of the clearing, and sat down. They all thought long and hard about the past players, and who could be who in real life. More, which 4 people on the list were not playing? Putting one of them down would decrease one’s score substantially.

Nonetheless, after a brief period, Jennifer, Ian, Joey, and Natalie handed in their papers.*

Mateui: Thank you. I have received all 4 entries, and have tallied the scores. The results were very surprising. So surprising, that there was actually a three-way tie - for last place! This means that the one person that did not tie with the rest has actually won.

The 3 people that tied all received a score of -4. That's right - you were obviously fooled by many people in the game and were not able to determine who a lot of people were. Maybe had you communicated with people outside your alliance more often you could have done better.

Now, most of you choose a number of those 4 people who were in fact, not even playing the game. Since it won't do much harm, I will tell you who those 4 were.

The four people on List 2 which are not playing the game are:

- Senior Behemoth
- Erave
- Skylark
- 4DSheep

Surprised?

No, onto the winner. With an amazing 2 points (they actually had more than that, but they choose a few people on the 4 not playing the game list, so that person's score decreased.)

The winner of the second last immunity in the game is:
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JENNIFER SWEENEY!

CONGRATULATIONS! You cannot be voted out in tonight's tribal council - everyone else is vulnerable.

Back at the Edoni Tribe:

Ian: And now, the Immunity Challenge is over, and I’m a sneaky, underhanded bastard. I’m trying to get Joey on my side, to vote for Natalie. I made up a lie, and then…I actually made some valid points which were true. Lying aside, if he doesn’t vote for Natalie, it is his loss. There is a good chance that Natalie and Jennifer will pick each other for the final Tribal Council, whereas if it was me, him and Jennifer, he would obviously go on if he won, Jennifer would pick him, and I would pick him. For all my planning throughout this game, this is the first time I’ve ever actually done anything, besides my short-lived alliance with Natalie and Mark. Go me.

Joey: Today we left camp to look back on the fallen members. I said my peace about them, and after that we arrived at the immunity challenge. Alas, things still aren’t going my way. This challenge was going to be a total guess. We had to match up the MTC names with their GW names. A list was provided, but it did no help. Other than Earl, who everyone knew was Dr. Funk, I had no clue. Makes me wish I was on IRC when several people admitted who they were. I took my best guess…

And I lost. Jennifer won. Yeah. But that night, things got interesting. As it would seem, Ian has yet to give up. He sent me a PM telling me that I was in danger. Either I side with him to vote out Natalie, saying that he’ll take me to the final two. He went on to say that Nat was going to get rid of me eventually in a hidden alliance with Jennifer. I didn’t know what to say. I carefully examined the PM, and came up with these conclusions:

1) I don’t quite trust this guy.
2) I do trust Nat, who has saved me when she’s had millions of chances to lie, but never did.
3) He said Jennifer would keep me because I was part of her alliance. Um, no, she kinda joined forces with me and Nat, but that’s not the deal.
4) He said that if I voted him out, Natalie was going to keep Jennifer because they’re in an alliance, so to stay safe I should get rid of Natalie. Wait, didn’t you just say that Jennifer was my alliance mate? If Nat and Jennifer are working together, wouldn’t Jennifer want to get rid of me too?

Final conclusion, I don’t quite buy it. These inconsistencies just tell me not to believe him. I decided to tell Nat about it. She was shocked that he would say such things. Overall, I think it was the right choice.


Tribal Council:

*The four remaining Edoni tribe members walked into the tribal council area and sat down.*

Mateui: Let me ask you guys something. Obviously you four didn't get here by luck. No doubtedly you all worked together in an alliance to ensure you would get to this point in the game. Since only you four are left, how are you going to vote tonight?

Is everyone running around frantically trying to ensure their own safety, or does everyone already know who's gone next?

Mateui: By Jennifer winning immunity, did that affect any of your previous plans - such as planning to vote against her?

Jennifer: Oh yes my plans are ruined since Jennifer got immunity I was going to vote her out this round my plan's screwed now. :P

I already knew who I was going to vote out this round, we were talking about it last round and they already knew they were gonna get voted out this round last round.

Mateui: How surprised were you at the outcome of the challenge, and now that you know who the 16 real people are in the game?

Natalie: Well it was hard to be surprised. I knew I had absolutely no idea who anyone was, and Jennifer seemed to have known more than me. The fact that MDN was in it again was interesting, I didn't expect it.

Mateui: Well, I guess it's time to vote...

Well, Jennifer, you have immunity, and cannot be voted out.

*Jennifer smiled, with the immunity necklace around her neck. It was an awesome feeling - the feeling of safety.*

Alright, you may now vote.

*All four players voted one by one, and finally returned to their seats.*

Alright - I have all four votes. I'll go tally the votes.

*Mat left the area and came back swiftly with the vote canister*

Once the votes are read the decision is final - the person voted out will be asked to leave the area immediately.

I'll read the votes.

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Mateui: That's 1 vote Ian, 1 vote Natalie. 2 more votes to be read.

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2 votes Ian, 1 vote Natalie. 1 vote left.

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THE 13TH PERSON VOTED OUT OF MAKING THE CUT II: INDONESIA IS:
IAN MURPHY

Mateui: Please bring me your torch.

*Ian stood up and brought his torch over to Mat. He knew that everyone would turn on him once the game had gotten to this point - and it happened as he predicted.*

Ian, the tribe has spoken.

*The torch was snuffed.*

Natalie: Tsk tsk, Ian. That's all I gotta say to you.

*Ian shrugged and watched as his torch was snuffed. Natalie then spoke, and he couldn't help feeling annoyed.*

Ian: Huh? How the hell is what I tried to do any different from what you did to Friedrich and his alliance? And Joey, I may have lied about what Natalie said, but what I said about you being safer in the final 3 if you voted for her was true. The biggest mistake I made in this game was keeping Natalie instead of Friedrich.

*Not the most gracious of losers, Ian walked off towards the Jury House*

Congratulations on making it to the final 3. Only one more very important immunity challenge left and we're in the finals.

Head back to camp.


Archive:

Ian: I Vote: Natalie Kink

Reasons: Oh my, I'm totally betraying my best friend. Bah, it's not like this will have any major effects on me if this backfires. I'm gonna try and get Joey to vote for her, and if he does, yay, but if he doesn't, who cares, I'm going anyway, right? What're they gonna do, vote for me?

Jennifer: Vote: Ian Murphy
Reason: He betrayed us earlier saying he was going to give immunity to Sarah if he won it the round she was voted out. Plus I haven't trusted him for a while and knew he would betray us before we were the last ones left. He knew he was gonna be voted out from how I was telling him he stinks at planning ahead and messing with him on MSN when I got bored yesterday.

Natalie: I guess I'll go Ian. I like the guy, but I don't wanna go for the Joey and I know Ian will go if I choose Joey anyway.

Joey: I'm voting for Ian. He sent me a PM advising him that if I eliminate him, I'm screwed. But I don' trust him, and his reasoning does not add up.

The Big Reveal:

Ian Murphy = Chikochamp



- Mat