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He was the longest-lasting contestant from the original Aitu tribe, and stayed an Aitu member even after the tribe switch.
Dominant in swimming, agility and balance, he won five out of six individual immunity challenges.
Yet, Lusth won immunity once again, forcing execution of the original plan of voting out former Raro members.
Lusth won the final immunity challenge and scored himself a spot in the Final Three, along with Kwon, who had the hidden immunity idol.
At the final Tribal Council, Lusth was praised for his athletic skills, yet criticized for being somewhat of a loner.
He finished in second place in a 5–4–0 vote, and was the first male runner-up in two years since the eighth season.
Forced to vote one of their own out, Lee and Oakley ended up tied at two votes against each of them.
After two straight wins, Jeff announced both tribes were going to Tribal Council.The challenge following the mutiny was dominated by the Aitu Four (Sundra Oakley, Lusth, Kwon, and Lee) and Lusth infamously stated "Mutineers are the first people to die." He and the Aitu Four kept good on the promise sending Woodcock to Exile Island multiple times and eventually sealing the fate of both her and Penner.The mutiny sealed Lusth in his alliance with Oakley, Kwon, and Lee, and the Aitu Four dominated subsequent challenges.Following the tribal merge, Lusth remained loyal to the Aitu Four and voted with his allies to send Nate Gonzalez, Woodcock, Penner, Parvati Shallow, and Adam Gentry off, despite there being times where he considered aligning with Shallow.Lusth was seen as a threat by allies Lee and Oakley, who went to Kwon in an attempt to vote Lusth out.