Mask Match (also known as Coat of Arms and More Than a Feeling) is a recurring challenge of Survivor. It debuted in Survivor: Gabon, has since appeared in Survivor: Nicaragua and Survivor: San Juan del Sur.
The contestants would be blindfolded during the challenge and must duplicate a mask with some pieces removed exactly like the mask at the starting point. The pieces are in three bags, which must be carried by the course, one at a time.
In Survivor: Gabon, the contestants must across an obstacle course (including a net) taking one bag at a time. Once they have moved three bags they must use the pieces in the bags to duplicate a Gabonese mask. Susie got lost on the course, helping Bob win.
In Survivor: Nicaragua, they would go over and under three hitching posts connected to a rope to a station where there would be a shield with various symbols on it. Then, they must memorize the symbols and take the bags of the symbols back to the start line. the castaways would have to replicate the symbols from the shield on to a second shield. The first castaway to have all the correct symbols would win. Fabio won.
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- The eventual Sole Survivor won this challenge in all three seasons it was used, once as a sit-out.
- All three people to compete in and win this challenge were men.
- The two people to win this challenge individually are the oldest and youngest winners in Survivor history.
- In both seasons this challenge was used for individual immunity:
- The winner of this challenge eventually won the season by a margin of one vote.
- The winner of this challenge won the most challenges in their season.
- A woman was eliminated and a man used a Hidden Immunity Idol in that episode.