Monday, February 26, 2007

‘Survivor’ Cast-Off Still Is Affecting Tribal Relations

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Architect Sylvia Kwan may have been kicked off Survivor this past Thursday (Feb. 22), but the decisions she made could have lasting impact on the entire game.

Kwan was the person who divided the tribe members up into two groups, and figures since she was eventually put on the “poor” Ravu tribe, she automatically had everyone mad at her.

But there was a reason why she chose the tribes initially. Unbeknownst to the others, Kwan says Dreamz told her that 10 of the castaways – the ones who DIDN’T build the shelter being used by the “rich” Moto tribe – were aligned against the other nine.

Kwan says when she was asked to separate everyone into two groups, she made sure to split up those who were in the so-called island alliance.

Although Kwan can’t reveal how her choices played out, she figures the decision will have a big effect on the game in the coming weeks.

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