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Since being introduced on Survivor: Guatemala,

Survivor hidden immunity idols have become a regular fixture


of the series. When played correctly, an idol can save

Hidden a contestant from elimination by negating all votes


cast against them at Tribal Council.
This graphic charts the frequency of idols on every

Immunity season since Survivor: Guatemala. Idols are arranged


by season in the order they were found (inside being
found earliest, outside latest), and are color-coded

Idols
based on how they were played.

By Season
Played Correctly

Guatemala

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The idol was used on/by the contestant who

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received the most votes at Tribal Council, saving

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them from elimination | Frequency: 28/92

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Example: Wentworth plays her idol at Final 12 on

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Cambodia and negates 9 votes.

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Played InCorrectly Cambodia Gabon
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receive the most votes at Tribal Council, removing Worlds Ap
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the idol from the game | Frequency: 36/92
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Example: Spencer plays his idol at Final 8 on San vs

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Not Played

Philip
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The contestant who received the most votes at Tribal

ic
Council had the idol but did not play it, removing them
and their idol from the game | Frequency: 13/92
Example: James does not play either of his idols at
Final 7 on China, receives 5 votes, and is eliminated.

Expired
The contestant who had the idol never played it because
of expiration at Final 5 or extenuating circumstances
(e.g. medical evacuation) | Frequency: 15/92
Example: Malcolm’s idol is no longer usable when
he reaches the Final 4 on Philippines.