Mii Survivor is a set of BrantSteele Survivor simulators hosted by YoungArtist79.
Each season involves Mii characters marooned on an island where they must provide food, shelter, and water for themselves. There are reward challenges, and the winner gains useful items. There are also immunity challenges, and the loser has to vote someone off.
Eventually, the tribes merge, and will compete for individual immunity from being voted off. Most miis voted out after the merge form a "jury", and they vote for the Mii most deserving to win. The winners win the "Sole Survivor" title, an all-expenses paid trip to Wuhu Island, and 1 million Tomodachi dollars.
It is common for a season to have "twists", or changes in the core rules, to maintain the unpredictability of the game.
There is a reunion at the end of each season, where the cast discuss their experience on the show, with 5 castaways getting a “hot seat”. The Fan Favorite award is presented to the most popular contestant of the season, and they win $500,000, while the runner-up wins $250,000 and the third placer wins $100,000. A teaser for the next season is revealed at the end.
A contestant may apply or be recruited by production. To apply, Mii makes a video and presents it to production. Recruits are told to make an audition tape by production, either online or in person, to be put into consideration. To get on, a Mii needs a valid passport, as well as not be a felon, and must pass a medical exam. The applicants and recruits are listed in the table below.
All seasons take place in Survival Islands, a secluded set of islands neighboring Wuhu Island. Survival Islands has 3 campsites, a challenge site, the Tribal Council area, and a main ocean (for water challenges).
Fan-Favorite Award Winners
- The idea for this was "wanting Miis to compete to be the best"
- As said above, these simulators are entirely made in BrantSteele.
- Only women have become the Sole Survivor so far.
- Abi is the oldest winner at 40, while Rylee is the youngest at 22.
- Sometimes, child Miis compete, but Age-O-Matic spray is used on them so they can do as well in challenges as the adult Miis, as well as to act less childish.