KimberStormer March 3, 2019 Share March 3, 2019 (edited) 1 hour ago, SallySarue said: Then why doesn't everyone do this? Why would anyone take the chance of hiding it in their personal belongings, and having other people possibly find it or see you hide it, if the idol is just yours once you've "spoken for it," even if you technically/physically lose it? That doesn't seem to make any sense. I just read the facts thread, and it says the idol cannot be stolen from another player. I interpret that to mean that it cannot be stolen if it is stored ON the other person, or in their personal belongings. It doesn't say "the idol cannot be stolen if it is rehidden on some random part of the beach that doesn't belong to that person." That would be effed up if that were true. That would completely negate all of the safety & self-assurance that finding the idol provides (which is the whole point of the idol), because no one wouldn't ever know if it was really theirs to keep, or if someone had already found & rehid it. That just seems silly. I'm sorry, but this is settled Survivor law. (@Whimsy maybe we could make this more clear on the FAQ?) I assume people keep their idol with them because they want to have it handy, in case of swaps, etc. They like to try to make us forget this, but even Reem is not in any sense alone. She, like everyone, is surrounded by a swarm of camerapeople and producers. If someone digs up Lauren's idol, one of those people will tell them it already belongs to someone, so they won't be bamboozled that way. Edited March 3, 2019 by KimberStormer 3 Link to comment
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