Welcome to Tribal Council, Konbaung.
You have until 5:00 PM EST tomorrow to cast your vote to firstname.lastname@example.org. The tribal council questions are optional but strongly recommended, and if you answer a question there is a chance I will ask you a follow-up question.
To All: With three tribes going to tribal council and three people being voted out of the game, is tonight's tribal council more or less important than usual? Do you feel like it will go your way (and don't you dare say "I don't know" - I will pester you)?
Evan: With this being the first time your tribe goes to tribal alone, how have cross-tribal relations affect tonight's vote, if at all?
Ezra: You were quite close to winning immunity - do you feel like you needed it? Why should the tribe keep you over someone else?
Kyna: Congratulations on immunity! With only five non-immune people on this tribe, everyone's options must be limited. What factors go into choosing which of these players to eliminate?
Ryan: With tonight being the first time Konbaung must vote one of its own out, how do you know where you stand within your tribe? What can you do to improve your standing?
Sami: Do you think tonight's vote will be a blindside? Why or why not?
Star: You decided to take the Choices Galore this round - do you think you have a larger target on your back because of it? What do you do about that potential target?
Probst: If anybody would like to play a hidden immunity idol, now would be the time to do so.
Nobody stands up.
Probst: Okay, I'll read the votes:
...Ryan. That's two votes Ryan...
...7th person voted out of Survivor: Myanmar...
[The final vote was 4-0]
[The below is filler, don't read into it.]
Ryan frowns, but accepts his fate. He grabs his torch and wishes the remaining castaways good luck. Probst snuffs his torch, and he says one final goodbye to his tribe. The tribe is sent back to camp, after a crazy triple tribal council.