With a family members’ visit on the line and an easy vote out of the way, the Survivor: Winners at War episode 10 power rankings reflect threat levels.
10. Nick Wilson
For the second time in as many episodes of the show, Nick Wilson’s name came up as a potential voting target. He even received votes this time, as he seems to be on the outs of the dynamics of this game from the Survivor: Winners at War merge onward. Even the one person who reached out to him, Adam Klein, was the consensus vote, and Nick was the plan as a backup in case Adam had an idol.
With Adam and Wendell voted out, there’s a clear shift in getting out the Fiji-season players of the game, and Nick has the hardest path to get out from underneath his spot. He’s the most recent winner to be competing in this game, and that comes with a severe lack of connections that most of the others had years of opportunities more to do.
That doesn’t mean that Nick can’t get himself out of a bad spot, as his winning prowess is completely centered about being a David capable of slaying Goliath with a slingshot between the eyes. He either needs the more prominent threats to go after another or to earn a power that can act as that slingshot.