The Contestant Rankings are a set of rankings for contestants from every season of Finale. The rankings are from the perspective of the host only, and are based not only on live gameplay, but confessionals, post-game records, and other information.
Below are the rankings for Berwick Castle, the first season of Finale.
|Of any of the Berwick Castle contestants, Morka did the least. Even Pandora and Tiffany are remembered for more than Morka is. Morka could have been a funny character, being a Mika parody and all, but it didn't work out.|
|The only thing Pandora really has going for her is the fact that her getting so far was kind of laughable. I mean, she self-voted a lot, had no alliance that I'm aware of, but still managed to make it to the final 5. As funny as this INV player may seem, she contributed very little to the game.|
|I feel like NyanCat would have been ranked higher if it was more active in the early stages of the game. We saw NyanCat do some memorable things during the final 5, like win a challenge, but there was no memorable characteristics of NyanCat. I do wish it had made it to the final 2 over Tiffany, though.|
|Despite being one of the least visible characters of the season, it worked for Jessica. Jessica did have some good moments, and I really appreciate the fact that she actually voted every elimination, unlike Pandora or Tiffany. Plus, her being vegan and only getting salad has become a staple running gag.|
|She won, and stuff.|
|I'm pretty much positive that a lot of you don't remember Lila. Despite not lasting long, Lila was a fresh personality, and I'm sad she went so early. I liked that fact that she was naive to the whole "reality show" conecept, and I feel like her personality was different from a lot of what we see nowadays.|
|Like Lila, I feel like Red was a unique personality that was robbed before he could really make a memorable moment. I liked the dynamic of everyone just kind of disliking Red from the start, and I was rooting for him to have an underdog story. I hope he can return in the future.|
|Sherlock was a pretty cool character. Despite not having any shocking, game changing moments, Sherlock's personality clashed with other contestants quite a bit, and I liked that. His romantic relationship with Pornstache and strategic side made him a solid character.|
|I've had mixed views on Twitter. At first I didn't like him much, but as I began doing his records, his place in the game grew on me. His alliance with Taco played a big part in keeping the final 6 not completely boring, and his elimination made use of the Steal Immunity reward exactly how I wanted it to.|
|Of anyone in Berwick Castle, Taco was the dominating force. He continued to dominate in challenges, and I owe him a big thanks for keeping the final 5 better than it could have been. Although Taco wasn't just bursting with personality, his character was memorable and he fought hard and deserved to win.|
Ginga Ninja Jack
|I've made it pretty clear that Graham is one of my favorite characters from Berwick Castle. I feel like Graham was a great character, who was really involved. He had relationships with many of the contestants, and his CPP edit was g.odly. Can he make himself even better in All-Stars? He isn't in it.|
Fann Y. Ficti...
|Pornstache was... a character. His personality was definitely memorable, and he was always in the spotlight without being annoying. His romance with Sherlock was pretty interesting, and gave his character even more depth. I would like if he returned.|
|It's funny, because when people talk about Berwick Castle, they don't usually bring up King Marshall. Despite popular opinion, I Ioved King Marshall. He was always involved, and his confessionals gave both strategy and personality. He even created his own alliance, which he called his "Kingdom". Really, just a very immersive character.|
Below are the rankings for Oaxaca, the second season of Finale.
|Buckley basically had everything I hate in a contestant. For one, he had an extremely wannabe OTTN personality, and people hated him for that. Secondly, upon being eliminated, he raged and spammed, and even didn't do a Grand Finale, which ticked me off. Thirdly, I still don't know what user played him. gg.|
|I didn't hate Carmonte. She had moments where she would say random things, which was funny, but overall, she was extremely boring compared to the amazing cast. She didn't deliver.|
|Another creepy ass Mika character... How fun. :)|
|Alright, not going to lie, I wasn't a huge Illusionio fan. I think he was too secure in his alliance with Captain Magma and Will that he didn't play it safe and, well, do anything. His blindside was epic, but his personality was extremely lacking.|
|She returned due to the Oucasts Twist, and stuff.|
|It's pretty obvious why Evil Valentine is ranked this high for being the first boot. But honestly, just because she ejected herself doesn't mean she's better than Illusionio or Lindsey. I liked her more because of her character, and I was disappointed that she didn't last longer. Waste of a character.|
|Will was a funny character. I liked how he wasn't a complete screenhog, and pretty much crawled through the game with brutally honest confessionals and good strategy. He was a key member in the International Justice League of Super Acquaintances, too.|
Ginga Ninja Jack
|I liked Jason. I really did. However, there's so much more he could have done with his character. We have him to thank for Cara's injury, but that's almost it. He also had a dramatic final elimination, where he chose to take Cara with him out of guilt. Although he was lacking, a solid character.|
|Man, I wish Cierra had lasted longer. She was a hilarious character and had a great plotline with London. I felt like she was an in-depth character who could of gone far. She was London's slave, the host's biggest fan, and Rylan's hater. Cierra was a fresh character and I hate that her user is a mystery|
|4th||Cara DeGrossi |
|The biggest thing that makes Cara stand out from other contestants is her transformation from forgettable to unforgettable. She wasn't in-your-face for no reason, and got interesting when she actually had a reason to. Due to her injury, and Rylan's blindside, Cara grew a polarizing personality. Loved her. She had a true story and it wasn't forced at all, in my opinion.|
|3rd||Captain Magma |
|Captain Magma brought a whole new side to Oaxaca. The International Justice League of Super Acquaintances, an alliance he led with an iron fist, was responsible for multiple blindsides, including London and Cierra. And although Captain Magma was the first core member eliminated, the legacy of the IJLSA lived on throughout the season with Will and Illusionio. Great player.|
|I really enjoyed London's rather brief time on the season. Her relationship with Cierra was really funny, and I feel like Bruno really stayed true to the character. I hope she can create some more memorable moments in All-Stars!|
Fann Y. Fiction the 2010th
|God, am I up Rylan's ass! I really loved the character! He had so many funny one-liners, and was involved in quite a few key moments. I feel like Rylan had some kind of relationship in the game with almost everyone, and that he was a really involved character. Let's give credit where credit is due, though, Cara helped his personality a lot.|
Below are the rankings for Broadway, the third season of Finale.
|Quinn had very little personality, and I think the user who played her knows that. It just wasn't a good character. She was involved in pretty much nothing, was an early boot, and had a super cliche personality. Nothing left to say.|
|I hate to say it, but Dusk was another character with litltle personality. The reason Dusk does rank higher than Quinn is because she had some moments that showed a shy/scattered personality, like when she was abanonded during her performance with YOLOnda.|
|10th||Lady Gaga |
|She was one of the 2049393002 celebrity parodies in Broadway but everyone loved Lady Gaga, me included. Unfortunately, she was only in one episode, and didn't do anything sooo fantastic.|
|9th||Kathie Lee |
Fann Y. Fiction the 2010th
|Kathie Lee had some good moments, including her conflict with Hoda, but god, some of the things she did were so annoying. She never shut up. I'm glad she went early, breaking off from Hoda and opening up new possibilites, because the Hoda/Kathie Lee friendship gone rivalry was getting stale.|
|8th||Hoda Kotb |
Fann Y. Fiction the 2010th
|Well, though she was annoying like Kathie Lee, Hoda I feel did a better job at playing the game. But yeah, other then that, see Kathie Lee.|
|Going over records, Carmonta was a really good character. She was a funny follow-up to the not-so-good Carmonte from Oaxaca. Some of what she said really did make me laugh, and her OTTN personality was good because it was a parody of all OTTN characters. Can't wait to see what she brings to All-Stars.|
|Harrison is tied with YOLOnda because I couldn't decide which one I liked more. Focusing on Harrison, he was a good character with semi-depth. His opening confessionals were great, his twerking fail was hilarious, and he was the only guy in the competiton, which is really funny.|
|YOLOnda is tied with Harrison because I couldn't decide which one I liked more. Focusing on YOLOnda, she was included in a lot of memorable moments, and some of the Tweets she made really made me laugh. Abandoning Dusk during the performance challenge was really funny, and her one vote from Florence at the final 3 was pretty cruel to her.|
|Sandara doesn't get enough credit as a strong character. Her confessionals were downright cruel, but she was a hated underdog, and could be compared to Abi-Maria from Survivor. Her nickname "Skankdara" was funny, and her disturbing challenge performance was memorable.|
|I know Ariel didn't make it that far in the competition, but god, was he/she funny. The parody of a certain user was really quite hilarious, and just the general derpiness of the character was so satisfying. Definitely someone I want back for Fans vs. Favorites.|
|The reason Katy Perry and Florence are ranked so high is without a doubt because they did the most in the season. Katy Perry was a solid character with a few funny gimmicks and stuff. So yeah. Not much else to say.|
|Florence was very involved in the season. She was a worthy winner, as a strategic and physical threat. Going through the records, I realized she was a fun character, too. Her plot with trying to keep her werewolf transformation a secret was awesome. So, an all-around good character.|
Below are the rakings for Yukon, the fourth season of Finale.
|10th||NeNe Leakes |
|Okay, so before you say: "Wtf, Fire? NeNe WON the season! She should be higher than last place!" please realize that there were only 10 contestants this season, and honestly, they were all pretty decent. NeNe may have won, but she was sort of just randomly OTTN, and kind of boring.|
|Another hard character to put down here. Pornulu is kind of known for being hilariously bad. Like, his character was barely vulgar at all. Actually, he was kind of shy, and, like, depressing. He was just really normal and if it hadn't been for him being played by Sliemy, he would have just totally sucked.|
|8th||Hello Bye |
|Hello was a fun character, and has become a fan favorite, oddly. I found her constant yelling and swearing kind of redundant, but her telling everyone to basically sabatoge her entire game was actually pretty funny. I wish she had lasted somewhat longer, but she was begging to be eliminated from the start, so what do you expect?|
|7th||Frank Johnson |
|Although Frank isn't one of the staple characters from the season, his speaking-in-third-person, tight alliance with Tammy, and completely random "meat poisoning" evacuation manages to hold him up as a pretty memorable character. Unfortunately, he has some tough competiton for the #1 spot.|
|6th||Craig Crankston |
|The reason I enjoyed Craig Crankston despite his short time in the game was the total impossibility to take him seriously. You could tell it was a TreyCharacter because he would blantantly reveal strategy in front of everyone. Also, his "showmance" with Misery was funny while it lasted.|
|Unlike most of the previously ranked characters, which have just been "funny," Tammy was a powerhouse. She won two challenges, and had a good alliance with Frank and Iggy (and Khai Shing?) going, until Moulin called them out for it. She was a serious threat, and I was shocked she went as early as she did.|
|Yes, Moulin made it this far. Why? Because these are my rankings, and I really liked Moulin. I liked her interaction with other characters, and how she always meshed well with the circumstances. Also, her speech right before her elimination appeared to be a turning point in the game.|
|3rd||Khai Shing |
|Khai Shing is a type of character you either love or hate, (and most people love her). The interesting thing about her is that people ignored 95% of what she said because it was in another language. But, in reality, Khai Shing was insulting people, giving away strategy, and really just trying to stir up chaos. Although this is entertaining and unique, you can't look past the fact that Khai Shing didn't really affect the game that much, besides causing Moulin to go home by voting Frank, instead of forcing a tie.|
|I have no doubt that Misery being ranked this high will spark some controversy, but she does indeed deserve the spot. Afterall, Misery did more in the game than Khai Shing or Moulin combined. Her strange personality was fun, actually, and Misery probably remains as one of my favorite DraFinaleCharacters.|
I'll warn you: This one is going to be kind of long. First, I'll focus on the character himself. Iggy was such an enjoyable character to watch. He completely twisted the game, yet it was never forced or irritating. From burning down the cabin, to eating all the food, the entire cast was affected by his actions, and as the host, it was really fun to watch. Iggy will go down as one of my favorite Finale characters ever.
Okay, now I'll move on to the second part of this. I love Iggy because he represents exactly what I wanted Finale to be from the beginning. Iggy just shows that in this game, you can do whatever you want, and it will not go ignored. Iggy was able to single handedly tear up the season piece by piece, and this made Yukon totally unlike any other season in the series.
Below are the rankings for Te Urewera, the fifth season of Finale.
Below are the rankings for Pompeii, the sixth season of Finale.