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Strygwyr becomes frenzied when blood is spilled. Notes: Learning Thirst removes the movement speed cap for Bloodseeker.
Grants 0. When enemies are revealed by Thirst, a debuff and particle effects are placed on them, which is visible to everyone.
Bloodseeker himself also gets a status buff and particle effects and speaks certain lines, making it clear that an enemy is currently being revealed by Thirst.
Thirst is not triggered by enemy illusions , but is triggered by hero clones. Is not triggered by hidden enemy heroes, but does react on invulnerable ones.
The bonuses linger for 4 seconds if the enemy dies. However, it does not linger, and disappears immediately if the enemy has Aegis of the Immortal or Reincarnation.
The bonuses are always the maximum values, despite the health percentage the enemy had right before the killing blow. Does not heal upon killing illusions , Tempest Doubles , Roshan , wards , buildings , or allied units.
Enemies dying within range of Bloodseeker always trigger the heal, no matter how they die. Causes an enemy unit's skin to rupture.
If the unit moves, it takes damage based on the distance moved. The damage is dealt through spell immunity. Cast Range : Number of Charges : 0 2.
Charge Replenish Time : 0 Grants 2 charges to Rupture with a 40 seconds replenish time. When the Bloodseeker hunts you, injuries become fatalities.
Notes: Checks the distance the affected unit moved every 0. If the unit's position changed between checks, it takes damage based on the distance.
If the unit did not move, or moved a distance greater than between a check, no damage is applied. If the unit is invulnerable as a check occurs, the value is set nil, so that it does not take damage on the next check, regardless of distance.
Despite the sounds, affected units take no damage when moving upwards with e. Torrent or Impale. Can be cast on, but cannot damage couriers.
The lifesteal talent stacks additively with other sources of lifesteal. The health talent increases maximum health capacity, and keeps the current health percentage.
Increased base attack damage from to Bloodrage Reduced max health cost per second from 2. Reworked Bloodrage Old Bloodrage : Drives a unit into a bloodthirsty rage during which a unit deals, and takes, increased damage.
Units affected by Bloodrage will be healed for a percentage of the max health of any units they kill. Units affected by Bloodrage when killed will heal a percentage of their max health to their killer.
Cast time: 0. Can be cast on spell immune units. New Bloodrage : Drives Bloodseeker into a bloodthirsty rage during which he attacks faster and deals more spell damage, but at the cost of his max health per second.
Can be cast on allies for half the attack speed values. The hp cost is pure damage flagged as HP Removal and is not lethal. Now heals Bloodseeker whenever he kills a hero or creep.
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Support Contact PRO. Level 0 1 15 25 30 Health Carry Disabler Jungler Nuker Initiator. The Flayed Twins' obscene demand for blood could only be met through constant carnage, a task for which Strygwyr was more than suited.
Driven by insatiable Thirst , the Bloodseeker senses injured foes from leagues away, and chases them down with eager speed. Through sacred markings on his gear, the blood of the freshly sacrificed flows directly to the Flayed Ones, leaving just enough to mend his wounds and fuel his Bloodrage.
Strygwyr paints the land with a crimson ring, silencing foes caught in this Blood Rite. Those who run only hasten their own demise. The Bloodseeker Ruptures every artery, causing his victim to hemorrhage with each step.
By blood loss or by Strygwyr's tribal blades, death is but a foregone conclusion. Dragonblade Off-Hand. Having mostly stormed on Stephenie for their loss, he pointed that her doings might have contributed to her original tribe's losing streak in Palau.
Meanwhile, the trio of Colby, Stephenie, and Tom tried to convince Candice and Cirie to join them in voting out Amanda, who had previously played with Cirie, Courtney, James, and Parvati during her tenure as a contestant.
James apologized to his tribemates for his behavior at the previous Tribal Council. The next day, the men of the Heroes tribe "bonded" over re-capturing two chickens that had escaped.
Meanwhile, at the Villains camp, Coach and Rob warned Russell about his alliance with Parvati and how it could be dangerous.
In retaliation, Russell decided to show the two who was in control by hiding the tribe's machete during the night. Randy became frustrated when he seemed to be the only one providing food for his tribe, thrusting the role of the tribe's main provider on him and Rob.
When Cirie confronted Candice, the latter scrambled to figure out who had made up the lie, which aggravated James. At the combined Reward and Immunity Challenge, the Heroes destroyed the Villains in an 8—0 blowout win.
Discussions over whom to vote out focused on Parvati and Randy: Parvati for being a social threat and having four potential allies on the Heroes tribe, and Randy because he was one of the weaker competitors.
At Tribal Council, the vote went against Randy, and he was unanimously sent home. Coach vented his disappointment to Tyson about being singled out by Sandra at the previous Tribal Council.
He considered quitting the game, but Rob assured Coach that his position in the tribe was secure. After winning the Reward Challenge, the Villains selected tools, twine, and a tarp from the catalog.
While unpacking their reward, Russell accidentally discovered a clue to a Hidden Immunity Idol in front of the tribe.
After Rob read the clue out loud, Sandra made the point that whoever found it would be voted out next in order to flush out the idol. The rest of the tribe agreed and decided not to go look for the idol.
Despite this warning, Russell went out to search, much to the anger of his tribe. At the Heroes camp, Tom discovered their clue in the jar of coffee beans.
Tom succeeded in finding the idol and slipped it in his shoe. Amanda saw this and notified the others that it was in his possession. When the Heroes lost the Immunity Challenge, the majority alliance decided to split their votes between Colby and Tom, thus flushing the idol and sending Colby home.
Tom reached an agreement with Amanda, James, and J. In the end, J. When the Heroes returned to camp after Tribal Council, J. However, Amanda and Rupert still questioned J.
At the Villains campsite, Russell continued his lone search for the Hidden Immunity Idol and soon found what he was looking for. Shortly into the Reward Challenge, James went down with an injury to his left knee.
After the Villains won the challenge by a score of 2—1, James's knee was braced by the Survivor Medical Team, and he was cleared to continue in the game.
While on their reward trip, Russell told both Coach and Parvati that the Hidden Immunity Idol was in his possession, and a potential alliance brewed.
James lead the Heroes to an early lead but they all struggled at the puzzle. Boston Rob then lead the Villains to another immunity win. Before Tribal Council, Rupert gunned for Candice for being the weakest, while Candice wanted to vote out James due to his injury.
Meanwhile, J. At Tribal Council, Candice and J. Both tribes were surprised when Jeff announced that both tribes would be going to Tribal Council, and that the challenge was individual.
When Candice and Rob battled it out, Rob ultimately won the reward for his tribe. Upon arriving at the Heroes' camp, Colby believed it was his time to go; however, the rest of the tribe members talked about voting out James instead of Colby to keep the tribe stronger.
To try to prove he could still be strong to the tribe by speed, he challenged JT to a race. But JT defeated James by much even after running backwards halfway through the race.
Another consideration for voting out James was how he was told by Amanda that he hogged all the bananas he could find. Amanda told him that if he gets a banana, he has to get one for everyone else.
She called it a "banana etiquette". At the Villains' camp, Rob, assuming that Russell possessed the Hidden Immunity Idol, organized his alliance members to split their votes between Russell and Parvati, so that they would hopefully flush out the idol and remove one of the two.
As a strategy to put the numbers against Tyson and not himself, Russell approached Tyson and convinced him to vote for Parvati.
Tyson, believing Russell would also vote Parvati, opted to switch his vote to her as well, when, in reality, Russell would be voting for Tyson.
When she played the idol, the four votes cast against her were negated, thus blindsiding Tyson with a vote of 3—2—0. Afterwards, the Villains enjoyed their reward at the Heroes' Tribal Council, where James castigated Colby for not performing as well in challenges like he used to in Australia.
But ultimately, despite stating his desire to continue on the competition, the tribe ultimately agreed that James' knee injury and brutish demeanor were too obvious to ignore, and, in a unanimous vote, he was next to go.
Rob was stunned by the results of previous Tribal Council and was suspicious of his alliance's loyalties. With Jerri wavering about her alliance with Rob, Parvati promised Jerri that she would go to the final four with Danielle and Russell.
Sensing that he needed to step up at the challenges to prove to his tribe that voting James off was not a mistake, Colby led the Heroes to a 3—0 win at the Reward Challenge.
When the Heroes arrived at the waterfall for their reward, they received a note that there was another Hidden Immunity Idol at their beach. The five Heroes agreed that they would find the idol together and use it against the Villains instead of against each other.
At the Villains' camp, Russell told Coach and Jerri that he wanted to take them to the final three. Jerri accepted the offer and aligned herself with Russell, while Coach was skeptical of Russell's promises.
Coach was hurt by Jerri's equal loyalties to himself and Russell as he thought he had a greater level of trust and loyalty from Jerri. At the Immunity Challenge, the Heroes finally won a challenge with a puzzle component.
Back at camp, Russell told Rob that either Courtney or Sandra, both of whom were sitting right beside, had to go home next.
Rob tried to convince Coach to vote for Russell by appealing to his respect for loyalty, and Coach gave him his word. Coach was torn because he didn't want to betray his promise to either Rob or Russell.
At the Villains' Tribal Council, the votes were cast; while Coach tried to sit in the middle by voting for Courtney, Jerri joined Russell's alliance thus eliminating Rob.
At the Heroes campsite, J. Just after he found the idol, Amanda came across him before he could hide it, putting J. Before the Reward Challenge, the Villains misinterpreted the day's treemail as a hint to an impending merge.
In response, they brought all of their equipment to the challenge, only to have Jeff announce that the tribes were not merging.
After seeing Rob voted out, the Heroes assumed an all-girl alliance in control—the true power being with Danielle, Parvati, and Russell.
The Heroes continued their winning streak by defeating the Villains at the Reward Challenge. Feeling that they were on the outs with their tribe, Sandra plotted to trick Russell into believing that Coach was gunning for him, in order to save Courtney.
Russell, who seemed immediately convinced, conspired with Parvati to vote out Coach, a move they hoped would further strengthen the misconception of an all-girl alliance.
The Heroes extended their winning streak to four at the Immunity Challenge. Russell and Danielle had a heated discussion over whether they should vote out Coach or Courtney, with Russell ultimately voting for Courtney.
At Tribal Council, Sandra and Courtney's plan came to fruition, and Coach became the first member of the jury. At the reward challenge, the Heroes continued to believe there was a women's alliance on the Villains tribe due to the departure of Coach and silent signals that Russell made to J.
The Villains would go on to win the Reward Challenge. During the feast, Parvati discovered a clue to another Hidden Immunity Idol tucked into her napkin at the dining table.
Parvati secretly showed the clue to Danielle in order to strengthen her loyalty to Parvati versus Russell; they successfully found the idol the next morning and kept it secret from the rest of the tribe.
Over at the Heroes camp, J. At the Immunity Challenge, the Heroes dominated throughout and won the challenge. Back at the Villains camp, Russell shared the letter and his possession of the idol with Parvati, Danielle, and Jerri, acknowledging the Heroes fell for the woman's alliance plan.
Courtney, knowing she was likely to be voted out, attempted to pledge her loyalty to Parvati in an effort to stay in the game; Parvati lobbied her alliance to keep Courtney in the game, but they opted to eliminate her anyway, and Courtney was unanimously sent to the jury.
The tree mail on day 25 announced the merge of the tribes, with the Villains moving to the Heroes campsite and enjoying the traditional feast, eventually naming themselves " Yin Yang " in keeping with the theme of "good vs evil".
Russell, Parvati, and Danielle conspired to share the same false story to explain Parvati's survival of the previous Tribal Council; that both Russell and Parvarti played opposing hidden immunity idols.
Russell maintained the trust the Heroes had with him to eliminate the supposed Villains' "woman's alliance" through its leader, Parvati.
However, Sandra was able to pull aside Rupert and explain the truth of the former Tribal Council; Rupert reported this to the other Heroes, and together they decided to test Russell's loyalty by informing him they were voting for Parvati while they would vote off someone else.
Parvati secretly told Amanda about her Hidden Immunity Idol in order to get information on who the Heroes were going to vote out.
The challenge came down to Danielle and Parvati but the latter agreed to step down, knowing she still had her Hidden Immunity Idol, giving Danielle the win.
Following the challenge, Russell gave Parvati his Hidden Immunity Idol, believing her to be in trouble at the vote. The Heroes decided to make Jerri their target, believing the possibility of Parvati having an idol and would use it if she felt vulnerable.
Amanda, following up on her previous conversation with Parvati, told Parvati she would be the target, but Parvati distrusted her statement. T as planned.
Before the votes were read, Parvati surprised the whole tribe by giving a Hidden Immunity Idol to both Jerri and Sandra. They both played the idols, negating the five votes cast against Jerri.
Russell worked on getting Candice to join his alliance as he correctly thought Sandra would flip to the Heroes alliance. While on the reward, Danielle found a clue to a Hidden Immunity Idol in a bowl of popcorn.
Amanda grabbed the clue after Danielle tried to hide it. The two women fought over who should have the clue until Colby intervened and said that Danielle should have it since she found it.
When the trio returned to camp the next day, Danielle related the story of the fight for the idol clue to her alliance and they set off to find it.
Russell found the Hidden Immunity Idol without the girls noticing and hid his discovery from them.
In order to secure her loyalty, Russell showed the idol to Candice and told her that they would go to the final three together. Sandra discussed flipping to the Heroes alliance with Colby and Rupert in order to get rid of Russell.
The Immunity Challenge was won by Jerri. Russell wanted to vote out Amanda and he told Candice to vote for Amanda, which she agreed to.
She then told Russell that the Heroes along with Sandra were planning to vote him out. Russell confronted Sandra about what Candice told him, but Sandra denied any switch in alliances.
Sandra then confronted Candice about her telling Russell about the Heroes plan and that they had to stick to the plan in order to vote out Russell.
Candice flipped to the Villains alliance and Sandra stuck with the Villains, resulting in Amanda being sent to the jury. Back at camp after Tribal Council, Colby and Rupert were upset about Candice's flip to the Villains side, while Jerri was ready to vote her out now that her vote was no longer needed and was worried she would flip back to the Heroes side.
Rupert and Russell confronted each other in front of the entire tribe, which made Russell target Rupert for the next Tribal Council.
When the castaways arrived for the challenge, Jeff announced that they would be playing for immunity instead of reward. After explaining the challenge, Jeff stated that there would be a twist at the end.
Just as she had done when she last played this challenge during Survivor: Micronesia , Parvati outlasted everybody to win Individual Immunity.
The twist was that Jeff read a clue to a Hidden Immunity Idol to the entire tribe. When the castaways returned to camp, everybody went looking for the Hidden Immunity Idol.
Sandra found it and hid it from the others. Rupert stuck a rock in his pocket to feign finding the idol. Russell fell for the deception and his alliance plotted a way to get Rupert to play the idol by splitting the vote at the next Tribal Council.
Colby and Rupert knew that the Villains alliance would split their vote between Rupert, Colby or Candice, so they agreed to vote for Candice, hoping the Villains would pick her for the split.
At Tribal Council, the Villains ultimately chose Candice and split their votes between her and Rupert. According to plan, Rupert and Colby voted for Candice, sending her to the jury.
When the tribe returned to camp, Russell criticized the girls in his alliance that they should have split their votes between Colby and Rupert instead of focusing on Candice.
Russell, Parvati, and Rupert moved on to the final round. Russell finished his puzzle first to win Individual Immunity.
Parvati wanted to vote out Rupert. Russell was concerned that Parvati was more loyal to Danielle than Parvati was to Russell, so he decided to break them up by discussing voting out Parvati with Danielle and telling Parvati that Danielle wanted to vote her out when it came down to five or six remaining.
Danielle and Parvati discussed Russell's stories to them and they figured out that Russell was trying to break them up. The two begged Jerri to vote for Rupert to foil Russell's plan.
Meanwhile, Russell decided to get Danielle out of the game so that Parvati would stay loyal to him by telling Colby and Rupert that Danielle needed to go out next.
Russell threatened Jerri to vote out Danielle by telling Jerri she would be voted out next if Danielle didn't go.
At Tribal Council, Danielle and Russell argued over what the other had said to each other. Danielle broke into tears and unintentionally revealed that Jerri was not included in the Final 3 alliance of herself, Parvati and Russell.
Russell's plan came together when Jerri switched her vote and Danielle was sent to the jury, becoming the first villain voted out since the merge.
The tree mail on day 34 was a Sprint Palm Pre loaded with videos from family members Parvati's dad, Mike; Jerri's sister, Jennifer; Russell's wife, Melanie; Colby's brother, Reed; Rupert's wife, Laura; and Sandra's uncle, Fernando announcing that they had arrived on the island and were looking forward to reuniting with the castaways at the next challenge.
After emotional introductions to the castaway's loved ones, the challenge was won by the team of Jerri and her sister Jennifer.
After winning the challenge, Jeff told Jerri that she could pick another castaway and their loved one to go along with them.
Jerri chose Parvati and her father Mike. Jerri then asked Jeff if she could take one more pair. Jeff agreed and Jerri picked Sandra and her uncle.
Russell was angry that Jerri did not pick him and his wife to join them on the trip. During the trip, Jerri voiced concern that Russell would seek revenge on her for not selecting him for the trip.
Parvati and Sandra said they would protect her from any retaliation and that Russell had to vote out either Colby or Rupert in order to stay in the game.
Back at camp, Russell was indeed plotting to seek revenge by making an agreement with Colby and Rupert to go to the final three with them.
Russell thought he could swing Jerri over to this new alliance and vote out Parvati if she did not win the next Immunity Challenge. During the night of day 35 after the three women returned from their reward, Rupert angered Jerri by making a racket while the rest of the tribe was trying to sleep and she wanted to vote him out next.
Russell's new alliance's plan was spoiled when Parvati won the Immunity Challenge. With his plan spoiled, Russell decided he had to flip back to his original girls alliance and vote out Rupert.
Sandra told Rupert that she wanted to vote out Russell. Rupert told this to Russell, and Russell then confronted Sandra in front of Parvati asking if she was with him or against him.
Sandra replied that she was against him and then yelled out to Rupert about revealing her plan to Russell. Russell scolded Parvati and Sandra about being dumb when they made fun of him and changed his mind yet again to vote out Sandra.
At Tribal Council, the argument between Russell and Sandra was discussed. Before reading the votes, Jeff stated that this is the last time the Hidden Immunity Idol could be played.
Though Sandra thought she was safe going in and wouldn't need to play her Hidden Immunity Idol, she decided to play it since she had mixed feelings after the discussion.
The rest were all cast against Rupert and he was sent to the jury. Parvati won the Immunity Challenge by outlasting Colby. After returning from the challenge, Colby gave his "surrender speech" to the Villains and told them they should just enjoy the day and he would not scramble to stay in the game.
However, Colby made one final attempt to stay in the game by approaching Russell about voting out Sandra in an effort to defeat Parvati at the next Immunity Challenge.
At Tribal Council, the Villains voted out the last of the Heroes, unanimously sending Colby to the jury. The final four received treemail announcing that they would take the traditional journey honoring the castaways voted out before heading to their final Immunity Challenge.
Russell won the final Immunity Challenge by edging out Parvati and Jerri by mere inches. After the challenge, Russell told Sandra that he was going to take her to the final three as he thought he could beat her at the final vote as she would get maybe only one vote.
Parvati disagreed and told Russell that getting rid of Sandra would be best as she would get votes from the jury.
At Tribal Council, Jerri was eliminated and became the final member of the jury. Parvati, Russell, and Sandra celebrated with the traditional Day 39 breakfast.
Unknowingly paying homage to something Russell once did, Sandra tossed Russell's hat into the camp fire in an attempt to throw him off his game at Tribal Council.
The three burned down the camp and set off for the final Tribal Council. At the final Tribal Council, the jury questioned and lectured the final three on their strategic plays, their perceptions among the jury, what they would have done differently during the game, their loyalties, and how they played the game.
The members of the jury made their dislike of Russell and his unlikelihood of receiving votes very clear; the other two finalists used this in their attempts to sway the jury.
Parvati told the jury that she used Russell and "kept him as her pet" while Sandra said that she lobbied for Russell's removal since day one.
Unlike previous seasons where a break in production occurred between seasons, the twentieth season was shot twenty days after Survivor: Samoa was completed, taking advantage of the existing infrastructure from that season.
Villains was done simultaneously with casting for Survivor: Samoa. Villains features ten former Survivors known for their acts of integrity and honor, the Heroes , and ten former Survivors known for their deeds of deception and duplicity, the Villains.
On reflecting on the most popular players, they realized that these players were either seen as liked or despised for those respective seasons, and opted to use that as the theme for this season.
All challenges in this season were based on challenges used in previous seasons. The Samoa earthquake and tsunami occurred shortly after the completion of filming for this season; a CBS spokesperson stated that no crew members were harmed from it.
Villains was met with universal acclaim, and is generally considered to be one of the show's best seasons. Villains as the third-best season of the series, only behind Survivor: Borneo and Survivor: Micronesia both tied for first ; he cited such memorable aspects as "the Russell vs.
Boston Rob feud Tyson voting himself off, J. Villains at or near the 1 spot of its annual poll ranking all seasons of the series — it was 1 in , , and , while it was 2 in behind Survivor: Cagayan.
Villains as the greatest season of the series, while Examiner. Villains ranked as the 1 greatest season of the series, both by Cesternino himself and by the website's fan poll.
Villains performed extremely well across all six major polls that were held: It was voted by viewers as the 1 greatest season of the series;  Sandra's burning of Russell's hat in the final episode was voted as the 1 most memorable moment, and Parvati handing out two immunity idols in the 10th episode was 8 on the same list thus making this the only season to have more than one entry in that particular list ;   five of the top ten contestants voted by viewers as the greatest were in this season Mariano, Hantz, Shallow, Diaz-Twine, and Fields ;  the final immunity challenge of the season was voted as the 5 most unforgettable challenge;  and in the "most attractive" polls for both males and females, Donaldson ranked second in the male category, while in the female category, Shallow ranked second, Kimmel ranked fourth, and Woodcock ranked sixth thus tying with Micronesia for the highest amount of entries in the female category.
Thus, with a total of 13 entries across all six polls, Heroes vs. Villains had the absolute highest representation out of any season in the series.
In a interview, Jeff Probst admitted that, if Borneo is not taken into consideration, then Heroes vs. Villains ties with Cagayan as his personal favorite Survivor season.
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