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Everything You Need To Know Before The Survivor: Game Changers Season Finale Before the 34th season of Survivor comes to an end, let's examine the final six castaways' resumes.
Posted on May 19, 2017 11:50am

With the season finale of Survivor: Game Changers just around the corner—on Wednesday, May 24 at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access, to be exact—it's time to evaluate the the final six castaways who have made it this far: Aubry Bracco, Brad Culpepper, Cirie Fields, Sarah Lacina, Troyzan Robertson, and Tai Trang.

What does it mean to be in the final six? These returning castaways—hand-picked to play again for their impact on the show's history—made it 35 days on a desert island, having outwitted, outplayed, and outlasted 14 others players to get there.

WATCH: Catch Up On Past Episodes Of Survivor: Game Changers

Before a winner is picked, here's a look back at their individual Survivor résumés, broken down by each castaway's background, accomplishments, and skills.

Aubry Bracco

Background: This resident of Cambridge, MA who grabbed the title of "runner-up" on Survivor: Brains Vs. Brawn Vs. Beauty and came back to go for the win, Aubry has always been known for her love of the game. She was more than ready to get back into the swing of Survivor with a polished strategy.

Accomplishments: Having already played alongside Debbie, Tai, and Caleb in Season 32, Aubry came into Game Changers with solid social connections. As a diehard Survivor fan, Aubry's used her pocket full of strategic game moves to jump week to week without getting chopped from the comp.

She's won multiple group rewards, a well-earned Individual Immunity, has spearheaded multiple conversations around camp that have sent some of the top dogs packing, and has successfully kept the target off her back to move into the final six.

Skills: Great socializer, persistent, well-spoken

Watch Aubry win her first Survivor Individual Immunity.

Brad Culpepper

Background: This former Survivor: Blood Vs. Water castaway knows a thing or two about being competitive—he was a player in the NFL, after all. Back in Season 27 he competed beside his wife Monica, but in this past season of Game Changers, he went solo to try and score the $1 million.

Accomplishments: All season long, Brad's proven himself as a physical and social threat. He won Individual Immunity in "It's Not A High Without A Low," bonded early on with Troyzan as the lone men at camp, affirmed an alliance with Tai, and kept his name far from Tribal.

Then, there was the latest Immunity that secured his spot in the final six—something Brad was so pumped about he yelled out, "You're damn right," when Jeff proclaimed him the comp champ.

Skills: Ability to make solid, personal connections with people, handy around camp, emotionally intelligent

Watch Brad secure himself for another week by snagging Individual Immunity.

Cirie Fields

Background: With Game Changers being her fourth Survivor season, Cirie sure knows a thing or two about the game. Remembered fondly as the "woman who got up off the couch and played Survivor," this mother of three brought a new side of herself to the forefront this season in hopes of winning it all once and for all.

Accomplishments: In Season 34, Cirie displayed such grace and resilience when she completed a Reward Challenge in "A Line Drawn In Concrete" with her friends watching and cheering on.

She also took Michaela under her wing. Though the relationship wasn't entirely loyal on her end, it proved her social game was top notch. Finally, there was Cirie's plan to get out Hali which came to fruition, making it mighty clear that this lady was ready to go for the gold.

Skills: Independent, determined, positive thinker

Watch the group cheer on Cirie in an inspiring Reward Challenge.

Sarah Lacina

This strong-willed police officer was ready to put her Survivor: Cagayan blindside behind her when she stepped onto Game Changers with some unfinished business to attend to. Though seemingly intimidating at times, Sarah's been able to network her way to the end and use her well-crafted social skills to play the game like a boss.

Accomplishments: Sarah's most epic accomplishment this season was when she backstabbed Sierra with a harsh Tribal goodbye to only receive Sierra's Legacy Advantage in return. Burn.

Before that, she beautifully retrieved the Hidden Advantage in "A Line Drawn In Concrete," joined an alliance to send Debbie to the Jury, and aligned with Troyzan in "Dirty Deed."

Skills: Master of mind games, quiet player, ability to make bold moves fast

Watch the episode where Sarah sneakily retrieves the Hidden Advantage.

Troyzan Robertson

Background: Though Troyzan has been playing it quiet, it's that kind of under the radar strategy that's taken him so far into the game. Having first competed on Survivor: One World, Troyzan knew his time on the show wasn't over—so he came back for Game Changers.

Accomplishments: In "Survivor Jackpot" Troyzan retrieved the Hidden Immunity Idol while his tribe was busy celebrating their win. Then, he helped his tribe win an epic spa-like reward in "There's A New Sheriff In Town," and snagged himself Individual Immunity in "A Line Drawn In Concrete." What really helped Troyzan, though, was when he shook on a final four deal with Sierra, Michaela, and Tai.

Skills: Mature, ability to play both sides, comfortable in the wilderness

Watch Troyzan fight to the end for Immunity.

Tai Trang

Background: With bonds already established with Aubry, Debbie, and Caleb, Tai came into Game Changers ready to fight again to the end and make it past third place.

Accomplishments: His impressive accomplishments began with working with his new alliance to get out his former ally Caleb early in the game. In addition to that, Tai soon after found a Hidden Immunity Idol (later using it on Sierra and helping to send Malcolm home), and then discovering another Idol underneath the water well.

And, in Episode 7, Tai found the strength to pull through another tough Immunity Challenge to outlast Ozzy for the win.

Skills: Sneaky when he needs to be, focused, a love for the game, able to live simply

Watch the challenge that ended in an Immunity Idol around Tai's neck.

Which of these six castaways will walk away with the title of Sole Survivor and a $1 million grand prize?

Watch the two-hour season finale of Survivor: Game Changers followed by the one-hour live reunion show on CBS and CBS All Access.