With 20 castaways competing across several hours’ worth of competition, our Survivor Sequester Mini power rankings look arbitrarily at who we think prevails.
For those who are still unaware of exactly what the Survivor Sequester Mini is, you can look at the expected basics and set of rules at this link here. As such, our Survivor Sequester Mini power rankings take into consideration the connections players have, their ability to function within a very different online reality game, and their perceived threat level entering the game.
With that in mind, let’s begin!
20. John Carroll
I am 100% invested in cheering on John Carroll in this Mini. Serving as a solemn reminder that Boston Rob Mariano’s legacy isn’t as squeaky clean as he’d like to believe, John’s perseverance in Survivor: Marquesas was only outdone by his later arrogance as the leader of the Rotu Four. John’s not only the oldest of old-school players; he’s likely one of the most disconnected players from the community in terms of commonality.
Yes, I know he’s been in the Survivor podcast circuit as recently as late last year, but when you look at the bunches of players sprinkled throughout the more recent seasons and combine the fact that many might not even be aware of his adventure, it might be enough to present him as an easy name to eliminate early.
19. Kellyn Bechtold
In most normal situations, I would expect Kellyn Bechtold to do well in a Survivor Sequester Mini. She is a wonderfully charming, joyful presence that knows the strategy involved in playing games like these (especially when she’s not competing against a brick wall that is Wendell and Domenick).
However, she’s in what might be the most mitigating factor of all; Kellyn is currently located in Spain. By the time the game is in the final stages, it will be after 7 a.m. local time, putting her efficacy at a supreme disadvantage for those who will be ending at 10 p.m. on the West Coast and 1 a.m. on the East Coast.