Meet the Survivor: Winners at Battle Solid

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Survivor does something unprecedented for season 40. No, it's not the same type of first vents as in Survivor Season 39: Island of the Idols, but Season 40 will have a cast full of previous winners.

For Survivor: Winners at War, the CBS reality show is battling with 20 previous winners for an even bigger prize: $ 2 million. Among them are Survivor: Island of the Idols mentors Boston Rob Mariano and Sandra Diaz-Twine Survivor: Afrikas Ethan Zohn and Boston Rob's wife ] Amber Mariano .

"I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma," said Ethan in the trailer for the new season. "It's a miracle that I'm sitting here today."

"When I come back I can feel my blood start to rise", said Parvati Shallow .

In addition to the larger price, season 40 will have the Edge of Extinction twist, which was first introduced in season 38 and contains Survivor's own currency called the fire brand. These tokens allow players to buy items, foods, and benefits. With the Edge of Extinction twist, players on the edge can still make new money, but if they're sent to another player, they'll have to give all their money and benefits to another player and start over.

"It's the biggest battle in survivor history," longtime host Jeff Probst teased the trailer that was released for the new season.

Meet the performers below.

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Sarah Lacina won Survivor: Game Changers.

 Survivor Season 40, Parvati Shallow

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Parvati Shallow won Survivor Micronesia: Fans vs. Favorites.

 Survivor Season 40, Natalie Anderson

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Natalie Anderson won the Survivor: San Juan del Sur.

 Survivor Season 40, Nick Wilson

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Nick Wilson won Survivor: David vs. Goliath.

 Survivor Season 40, Michele Fitzgerald

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Michele Fitzgerald won the survivor: Kaoh Rong.

 Survivor Season 40, Kim Spradlin

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Kim Spradlin won Survivor: One World.

 Survival Season 40, Jeremy Collins

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Jeremy Collins was the winner of Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance.

 Survivor Season 40, Ethan Zohn

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Ethan Zohn beat the competition and won Survivor: Africa.

 Survivor Season 40, Sophie Clarke

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Sophie Clarke was the Survivor: South Pacific winner.

 Survival Season 40, Tony Vlachos

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Tony Vlachos won the Survivor: Cagayan.

 Survival Season 40, Tyson Apostol

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Tyson Apostol won Survivor: Blood vs. Water.

 Survivor Season 40, Adam Klein

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Adam Klein won Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X.

 Survivor Season 40, Amber Brkich

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Amber Mariano (formerly Amber Brkich) won Survivor: All-Stars.

 Survivor Season 40, Yul Kwon

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Yul Kwon was the winner of Survivor: Cook Islands.

 Survivor Season 40, Wendell Holland

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Wendell Holland won Survivor: Ghost Island.

 Survivor Season 40, Ben Driebergen

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Ben Driebergen was the winner of Survivor: Heroes v Healers v Hustlers.

 Survivor Season 40, Danni Boatwright

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Danni Boatwright won the Survivor: Guatemala.

 Survivor Season 40, Denise Stapley

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Denise Stapley was the winner of Survivor: Philippines.

 Survival Season 40

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Sandra Diaz-Twine, the winner of Survivor: Pearl Islands and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains was back in season 39 as a mentor.

 Survival Season 40

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Boston Rob Mariano, who previously served as mentor in season 39, is back. He won Survivor: Redemption Island.

Survivor: Winners at War will be premiered on CBS on Wednesday February 12, 2020. In this season, which was shot before CBS announced new gameplay behavior guidelines, CBS said that "the pre-production cast orientation show added specific personal area guidelines, inappropriate behavior, and reporting of these issues."

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