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RSF Champion Rankings (Part 43)

Nov 9, 2017 by RShowFreak
I have decided to rank each of the RSF Seasons I have hosted based off of what I remember and with each part of this blog series, add my thoughts on the following champion.

For descriptions of all Gen 1 Champions (from season 1-20), read here:
http://www.tengaged.com/blog/RShowFreak/8168651/rsf-champion-rankings-part-20-40

For descriptions of all Gen 2 Champions (from season 21-30), read here:
http://www.tengaged.com/blog/RShowFreak/8227477/rsf-champion-rankings-part-30-40

Champions:

1. Gaiaphagee (Bachelor Pad) - From start to finish was part of a pair that dominated the season both strategically and physically.  The season was initially billed as a strategic game and from the start they positioned themselves in between the 2 main alliances of Halloween's side and those against them and fueled that fight between the 2 until 1 side won out.  From that point on they were in on nearly every vote and who was eliminated yet built strong enough relationships to not be eliminated via the revenge twist.  Once partners formed they dominated the challenges to get to the end and ultimately win in a landslide jury vote.  He is ranked higher than his partner for achieving a feat never before done in an RSF Season in that he had immunity in EVERY SINGLE ROUND.  During the individual phase he won 2 challenges and was given immunity by a challenge winner in 5 rounds.  From the partner phase onwards, he and his partner both won all remaining challenges thus keeping them safe.  In addition, he is the only person in the season who voted correctly at every single vote.  Of both members was the one who focused more on the social/strategic game.  Dominating performance from start to finish.

2. Christian_ (Bachelor Pad) - From start to finish was part of a pair that dominated the season both strategically and physically.  The season was initially billed as a strategic game and from the start they positioned themselves in between the 2 main alliances of Halloween's side and those against them and fueled that fight between the 2 until 1 side won out.  From that point on they were in on nearly every vote and who was eliminated yet built strong enough relationships to not be eliminated via the revenge twist.  Once partners formed they dominated the challenges to get to the end and ultimately win in a landslide jury vote.  He is ranked lower than his partner simply due to being vulnerable in 2 rounds (but was not eliminated via the revenge twist) and for not voting correctly every time (1 vote).  However, he was the stronger partner in challenges winning 7 challenges in the season.  Only ranked lower for being a more physical threat in a predominantly social game.  Of both members was the one who focused more on the physical game.  Dominating performance from start to finish.

3. BOBROCKS333 (I Love Money) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

4. Piddu (Battle of the Seasons) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

5. Ethan000 (Endurance Bora Bora) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

6. coltsfan876 (Endurance Bora Bora) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

7. BOBROCKS333 (The Castle) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

8. aiwfwyattroh (The Quest: All Stars) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

9. BOBROCKS333 (Battle of the Seasons 2) - From the start was part of what was viewed as the strongest team and was thrown into the Arena for the 1st three rounds (participating and winning 1 of those Arenas).  From that point on was dominant winning the challenge in 5 of the next 6 rounds before winning a very tough Final (first of the NON-LIVE betting format done over a week).  In the one vulnerable late round avoided being thrown into the Arena due to his relationship with Nelson which started when they won a previous RSF Season together.  Ahead of partner due to being more responsible for their challenge wins that season.

10. Jkjkjk15 (Battle of the Seasons 2) - From the start was part of what was viewed as the strongest team and was thrown into the Arena for the 1st three rounds (participating and winning 2 of those Arenas).  From that point on was dominant winning the challenge in 5 of the next 6 rounds before winning a very tough Final (first of the NON-LIVE betting format done over a week).  In the one vulnerable late round avoided being thrown into the Arena due to his relationship with Nelson which started when they won a previous RSF Season together.  Below partner only due to his partner being more responsible for winning some of the challenges.

*ADDED ENTRY* - 11. GentlemanG (The Island) - In a game that was very divided, GentlemanG helped bring together the side that would ultimately hold the majority and have the power for a majority of the game despite this being his rookie RSF Season.  Despite being seen as a figurehead of that alliance he avoided the Face Off for many rounds, ultimately only being sent in due to another not voting.  Using his relationships he survived a tight vote and despite being a target avoided having his key stolen for the rest of the game.  In the Final Boat Race he was one of the main factors contributing to his team's success and in the Final Jury Vote his game was strong enough to earn the most YES votes of all those eligible.  Overall had a strong social game to help unite and keep together the majority and had enough bonds to protect himself throughout

12. BOBROCKS333 (The Mole) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

13.  Timster (Free Agents) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

14. BBlover96 (Big Brother: The Mystery Room) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

15. Piddu (Cutthroat 2) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

16. splozojames50 (The Genius) - This was the first win for splozojames50 in Gen 3 and the start of a very strong run.  In the season he played a very strong game.  Of the 11 rounds before the Finale, he was safe for 8 of those 11 rounds (with 6 of them being due to winning and 2 being given safety by the winner).  In the season he was part of a strong pairing with Halloween in the season and they dominated in Main Matches throughout the season and whenever they were vulnerable he was seen as the lesser of two evils as people called out Halloween more than him.  Physically with his strong challenge performance and strategically by not being chosen to fight for his life in the rounds he was vulnerable he played a dominant game.  His win falls just a tiny bit for a bit of an inactive beginning from others but not enough to make a significant impact.

17. Ethan000 (Solitary 2.0) - In one of the longest RSF Seasons, he gave a strong performance throughout the season.  He was one of a few people to win 2 Tests to earn safety and never finished a test in Last Place always giving a good performance.  Throughout the Treatments he performed the best in 4 Treatments which was the highest throughout the season and never came too close to being eliminated.  The closest he came to being eliminated was in a Treatment involving the randomizer.  Overall he gave a strong performance throughout and showed adaptability in his challenge prowess facing a wide variety of challenges to claim another championship.

18. BOBROCKS333 (The Duel 2) - This was another strong win from the initial RSF Hall of Famer.  In a season with one of the strongest casts in the history of the franchise, he won the most challenges winning 3 in order to get to the Finale.  In addition, he won 3 Duels against strong competitors in the season.  This win was also in part to the format being a strong help to his game.  During the entire length of the game, he was never called out to compete in the Duel once due to his reputation in the franchise as well as his performance in the challenges.  Overall it was a strong game for the 1st RSF Hall of Famer after returning to the series after over 10 seasons away and being his 8th Championship (his 1st one in 26 seasons since his last win was in Season 11) to prove he could still win.

19. BOBROCKS333 (Fresh Meat) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

20. Nelson (Fresh Meat) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

21. 49288 (Big Brother: The Mystery Room 2) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

22. bbfan21 (The Mole 3: Vengeance is Sweet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

23. nbkiller (Solitary) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

24. obscurity (Rise of the Underdogs) - In a season full of players yet to win the title of RSF Champion, obscurity proved why he deserved the win throughout the season.  He was the only player to advance through each phase due to winning in the Fortress racking up 4 Elimination Wins during his run.  In the challenges, he gave good performances but really shined when it came down to 1 on 1 competition.  His consistency in the challenges led him to enter the Final Phase as Number 1 on the Leaderboard and in the Final Challenge bet his coins wisely enough to narrowly edge out the win.  Despite his dominance in eliminations, socially his game was not as strong being out of the majority through most of the votes but choosing to perform in competitions over his alliances.  Overall, throughout the season he proved he would be a force to be reckoned with and backed it up with impressive wins, especially in Quoridor as well as the Final, to finally earn the title of RSF Champion after his RSF Debut where he was the first one out, completing a good story arc through his RSF Career to that point.

25. Jkjkjk15 (Opposite Worlds) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

26. FrenchMaid (Redneck Island) - Part of a winning pair that did not start together.  Initially was quiet in the first round before winning his first and only Pit in the 5th Round.  After 1 more quiet round, began a strong run winning the last 3 challenges to earn his place in the Final then ultimately winning the season with another strong performance.  Ranked higher than his partner for doing this as an RSF Rookie (1 of only 4 in the season) and winning a Final with his partner being the only non-RSF Champion in the Final.

27. splozojames50 (Redneck Island) - Part of a winning pair that did not start together.  Initially was quiet in the first round before winning his first and only Pit in the 5th Round.  After 1 more quiet round, began a strong run winning the last 3 challenges to earn his place in the Final then ultimately winning the season with another strong performance.  Ranked lower than his partner simply due to his partner's performance as a Rookie.  This was another win in his early Gen 3 run of several season wins.

28. nick9811 (The Inferno) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

29. turney1805 (The Inferno) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

30. nothingbutrouble (The Inferno) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

31. Jordonk (The Inferno) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

*ADDED ENTRY* - 32. bambinoswag (The Island) - Despite being in the side that ended up being in the minority throughout a good portion of the game he proved to be a strong competitor in the season.  He was 1 of only 3 people to win multiple Face Offs and that challenge ability was enough to keep him with a Key through to the Final.  In the Final Boat Race, he was also one of the key contributors to helping the team get through a good portion of the checkpoints and ultimately his allegiances in the game were enough to get him the needed amount of votes to claim his 2nd Championship in the 3rd Generation out of 2 attempts.  Ultimately his strong performance in the challenges when he needed to step up as well as his relationships with other players got him to his 2nd RSF Win.

33. EM002 (Are You The One?) - Ultimately started the game with a different Perfect Match but was paired with eventual co-champion after their partners were eliminated in a Double Steal.  Was part of the strong alliance to start the season which controlled the Truth Booths throughout the season and was part of a good amount of those Truth Booths throughout the season (3 of 10 rounds) but was part of the 1st Perfect Match found and chose to keep it a secret from the large group.  Also won 2 challenges early in the season and is ranked higher due to his relationship with Christian_ throughout the season leading to his Perfect Match earning the win.

34. LaFierceBrittany2 (Are You The One?) - Ultimately started the game with a different Perfect Match but was paired with eventual co-champion after their partners were eliminated in a Double Steal.  Was part of the strong alliance to start the season which controlled the Truth Booths throughout the season and was part of a majority of those Truth Booths before the matches were discovered (3 of 5 rounds) and overall (5 of 10 rounds).  In the season helped get the win by winning the last 2 challenges which were crucial in helping earn the win with the final challenge's placement placing them with a 50/50 shot at the win.

35. Absol (The Gauntlet 2) - Part of the Rookies team which went toe to toe with the Veterans throughout the season but ultimately went into the Final as underdogs with a team half as big as the Veterans.  Pulled off the upset win after a close Final Challenge.  Of those team members, he is ranked the highest for going through the season never chosen by either team to go into the Gauntlet and for helping be one of the main driving forces for finishing the Final Checkpoint in the Final Challenge to help clinch the team the victory.

36. bambinoswag (The Gauntlet 2) - Part of the Rookies team which went toe to toe with the Veterans throughout the season but ultimately went into the Final as underdogs with a team half as big as the Veterans.  Pulled off the upset win after a close Final Challenge.  Of those team members, he played a good game being the only one of the three to take advantage of the Secret Partners twist which ultimately helped him go through the game never having to face The Gauntlet.

37. awwsum11 (The Gauntlet 2) - Part of the Rookies team which went toe to toe with the Veterans throughout the season but ultimately went into the Final as underdogs with a team half as big as the Veterans.  Pulled off the upset win after a close Final Challenge.  Of those team members, he played a strong game as a rookie winning in his rookie season and only ever having to face 1 Gauntlet.

38. BOBROCKS333 (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

39. splozojames50 (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

40. BBlover96 (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

41. nbkiller (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

42. jimboslice (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

43. Spinner554 (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

44. nbkiller (Pirate Master) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

45. Piddu (Fresh Meat 2) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

46. sarge455 (Fresh Meat 2) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

47. sarge455 (Survivor Worldwide) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

48. splozojames50 (The Castle 2) - He gave a solid performance in the season but did not have any major standout moments leading to his victory.  Throughout most of the season he performed decently enough to stay safe and not finish in last place.  Towards the middle and end game he stepped up to win 3 challenges (1 pair, 2 individual) out of the 12 rounds.  He namely was in one of the stronger alliances in the game with himself and Halloween as the driving forces of it that allowed him to reach the Gauntlet never facing elimination.  In the Gauntlet after his alliance dominated the Tower, he was able to narrowly get through the Dungeon and Royal Court to reach the end and then ultimately win the Final Challenge.  Overall played a good game to get through the season before a strong showing in the Final Challenge.

49. mysterygame2 (Cutthroat 3) - Was part of arguably the least unified team which led to them winning only 1 challenge out of 9 team challenges.  However, the team proved to be better individual competitors with 14 of the 22 Gulag matchups ending in a Red Team member winning which kept their numbers up.  Ultimately they proved to be the most resilient in winning the Final Challenge due to taking on the least penalties and persevering through difficult checkpoints.  Ranked highest on the team due to his individual performance winning 5 Gulags in the season to claim his 1st RSF Championship.

50. Ethan000 (Cutthroat 3) - Was part of arguably the least unified team which led to them winning only 1 challenge out of 9 team challenges.  However, the team proved to be better individual competitors with 14 of the 22 Gulag matchups ending in a Red Team member winning which kept their numbers up.  Ultimately they proved to be the most resilient in winning the Final Challenge due to taking on the least penalties and persevering through difficult checkpoints.  Ranked next highest on the team due to being one of the strong competitors helping drive the team through the Final and a strong Gulag win to get there.

51. dragotistic (Cutthroat 3) - Was part of arguably the least unified team which led to them winning only 1 challenge out of 9 team challenges.  However, the team proved to be better individual competitors with 14 of the 22 Gulag matchups ending in a Red Team member winning which kept their numbers up.  Ultimately they proved to be the most resilient in winning the Final Challenge due to taking on the least penalties and persevering through difficult checkpoints.  Ranked lowest on the team simply due to winning a Gulag early on then riding through on his social ties to avoid the Gulag until the end before helping the team take home the win.

*ADDED ENTRY* - 52. semajdude (The Island) - Coming into the season as a rookie, semajdude found himself on the side that ended up being the majority alliance throughout most of the game.  Despite causing some discord after initially flipping sides then flipping back he was able to keep himself in the game due to his allegiances.  When it came time to perform in a Face Off, he won arguably 1 of the tougher competitions in Blokus to earn a Key and hold onto it throughout the season.  During the Final he performed decently enough but benefited from strong teammates and despite what some reasoned was a poor performance in the jury questioning was able to get enough votes to earn a championship in his rookie season.  Overall he was 1 of the quieter players who were able to use his relationships to stay within the majority and perform when he needed to in the Face Off to ultimately succeed.

*ADDED ENTRY* - 53. rodrigueseve (The Island) - Throughout the season, rodrigueseve found himself on the side that ended up making the minority throughout the entire game and stayed in the minority throughout.  He was 1 of 2 people to participate in 3 Face Offs (most of the season) but could not pull out the win.  However he was able to survive 3 Elimination votes due to his relationships and being viewed as less of a threat than those he were nominated with.  This led to him being involved in many key steals and exchanges namely with Chandlerp1996.  In the Final Boat Race he was viewed as the least wanted teammate which worked out by placing him on a boat with strong players that helped lead him and his team to the Final Phase where he got enough votes to earn the title of Champion.  Ultimately, he played more of a social game despite being in the minority to survive several votes but ultimately was not the driving force through many of the key moments throughout the season.

52. Austinsscott (The Gauntlet) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

51. michael222 (The Amazing Race) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

52. coltsfan876 (The Amazing Race) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

53. Timster (A Coach's Game) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

54. Piddu (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

55. turney1805 (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

56. Timster (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

57. splozojames50 (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

58. Dito (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

59. jharrin7887 (The Ruins) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

60. Insanity17 (The Mole: Return of the Traitor) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

61. Ethan000 (American Grit) - Played a solid game for the season but ultimately is hurt by the level of competition in the season mainly throughout.  Had a very strong start being on the dominant team that won 3 of the first 5 challenges.  However, from this point the team struggled with Green going on a dominant run but he held his own being Cadre and earning safety half that time.  He only faced 1 Circus in the season but it was one of the few active Circuses to earn his spot in the Final by winning that and then the penultimate challenge.  In the Final gave a strong performance as a 1 man team against the dominant Green Team (consisting of 3 people) to earn his 2nd RSF Championship.  Overall a solid win but loses points for generally inactive cast and low level of difficulty for a majority of the season.

62. BOBROCKS333 (Moolah Beach) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

63. LilAngelBaby (Survivor East vs West) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

64. BBlover96 (A Coach's Game) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

65. aiwfwyattroh (Cutthroat) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

66. johnoliver96 (Cutthroat) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

67. ofl1998 (The Duel) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

68. cfff (Big Brother: The Mystery Room 3) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

69. BOBROCKS333 (Survivor Atlantis: The Lost Empire) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

70. LaFierceBrittany2 (Fresh Meat 3) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

71. thatonepeople (Fresh Meat 3) - See Gen 2 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 21-30) linked above

72. ohhayy (Moolah Beach) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

73. Supahhero (Battle of the Seasons) - See Gen 1 finished blog (Champions of Seasons 1-20) linked above

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Jordonk
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Absol
Timster
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Piddu

Comments

"He was 1 of only 3 people to win multiple Face Offs"
"He was 1 of 2 people to participate in 3 Face Offs (most of the season)"

So glad my efforts are being indirectly appreciated =]
Sent by awwsum11,Nov 9, 2017
LETS SEE HIM WIN FREE AGENTS UP AGAINST 2 OF THE BEST SUIT WINNERS OF ALL TIME... OR EVEN MAKE THE FINAL. STOP RANKING PEOPLE ABOVE ME!
Sent by Timster,Nov 9, 2017
And since you're finally splitting up team winners can you fuckin move Jkjk down like what the fuck.. 8th best winner? And I'm TENTH?
Sent by Timster,Nov 9, 2017
Team winners are together because they play the whole season together.

The Island winners were only a team for 1 challenge, they were individual the rest of the season and in the final Jury Vote which is why they are separated from each other.
Sent by RShowFreak,Nov 9, 2017
the massive split between island winners is tea
Sent by bambinoswag,Nov 10, 2017

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