Survivor: Most invisible contestants of all-time

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 23: Angela Perkins arrives at the finale of CBS' "Survivor: Ghost Island" at CBS Studios on May 23, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harmony Gerber/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 23: Angela Perkins arrives at the finale of CBS' "Survivor: Ghost Island" at CBS Studios on May 23, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harmony Gerber/Getty Images) /
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Survivor: Most invisible contestants of all-time
Survivor winner Sarah Lacina (C) and runner-ups Brad Culpepper (L) and Troyzan Robertson (R) attend the CBS’ “Survivor: Game Changers – Mamanuca Islands” finale at CBS Studios – Radford on May 24, 2017 in Studio City, California. (Photo by Greg Doherty/Getty Images) /

Most Invisible Survivor Contestants – – Number 16: Troyzan, Game Changers (14)

There’s a running joke on Survivor Reddit that only 19 people played on Game Changers because of how invisible Troyzan Robertson was. Troyzan originally appeared on One World and was one of the more heavily edited characters due to him being the only one to see how well Kim was playing.

In Game Changers, Troyzan came out aggressively, finding a Hidden Immunity Idol during a challenge and it appeared maybe he’d live up to his “game-changing” moniker. Instead, once the merge came, Troyzan was nowhere to be found.

This was the case at the final tribal council too, as Troyzan was barely addressed by the jury and it was clear the contest was between Sarah and Brad. He even took himself out of the running because he knew that he had no shot. That was the most airtime he received post-merge, and it was because the editors had no choice but to show him.

Troyzan finished the season with only 14 confessionals and five of those came in the final two episodes. Apparently, third-place finishers not getting a good edit is a trend on Survivor.