All of the love I have for Teddy is completely ironic. In Philippines he was excessively OTT and just ridiculous; the exact opposite of what you would expect a portrayal of Teddy Roosevelt to be. Other than his ironic hilarity, he was undeniably awful and I only remember him for his short-lived conflict with the Zane, the only person Teddy has ever outlasted in his two seasons.
Sue wasn't a bad character by any means; she was just so invisible. Half the time I forgot she existed, and she sort of just fell into her spot in the final two thanks to Marco making the smart choice and taking out Carl, who played am much more noticeable game. If it adds any weight to how irrelevant Sue was, I brought her back for the second-chance-themed Reddy vs Fire. Yeah...
The final two of Philippines was quite fittingly the two most invisible people in the cast. Marco ranks above Sue though because he had an actual influence on the game, sort of. He had some sort of rivalry with Matt and won challenges, eventually taking out front-runner CARL at the final three, paving the way to him becoming the first and least remarkable Redvivor winner. Oh, and he also had a great submission for the gif challenge that I still remember to this day.
Zane, if I remember correctly, was based off some baseball player. Zane was an enjoyable character who I don't remember having anything bad to say about at the time. He unfortunately, however, falls victim to being the first boot of the oldest (read: shortest) season, meaning his conflict with Teddy is about the only memorable thing about him. Oh, and he was a member of the Dyna's streak of first boots. Luckily for him, the streak broke pretty quickly after that.
For a long time I always forgot Matt existed. Now I remember him as the-guy-who-I-always-forget-about. Aside from an apparent rivalry with Marco, I remember zip about Matt during this season; I don't think he was UTR or INV, I just never noticed him. Hilariously, he returned for All-Stars as an alternate, thanks to his rival not showing up.
Currently known as "the guy who looks like Nalyd," CARL was the original CP-bot of Redvivor. And I think I can say, thankfully, that he is the first of few. CARL controlled the votes this season, basically, only meeting his maker when he failed to beat Marco in the final immunity challenge. And unfortunately for him, Marco had a brain. Overall, he was a necessary character, but not all that remarkable otherwise.
Mike & Richard
Mike & Richard were great characters in both their seasons. They were a great source of comedic relief that Philippines needed once Zane and Teddy were gone and the Satan versus everyone plot ran its course. Mike & Richard were well-liked and, I believe, certain to win had they made it to the end. Sadlly, though, CARL was the one controlling the votes and Mike & Richard were SOL.
Redvivor's original hero, Luna was a kind girl very grounded in her religious beliefs. And as fate would have it, she would up on the same season as Satan. Luna's plot consisted of defending her faith against Satan's evil ways, and outlasting him despite his attempts at psychological torture. Even with Satan gone, however, Satan's effect was lasting, as she had a #SurvivorBreakdown at the final four and had to be pulled from the game. (This totally happened and wasn't at all made-up solely because Fire had to leave.) Luna was a great character who helped drive the Good versus Evil "theme" of the first season.
Oh, where to begin with Satan... He was the first Redvivor villain, and I would say that in terms of outright villainy, he still trumps everyone who came after him. While his time was short-lived in the season, Satan still wreaked havoc. He won the first two immunity challenges (hilariously, since the RP was held on Easter Sunday) and tortured Luna for her religious beliefs. Satan was the breakout star of the first Redvivor, and still in my opinion one of the best characters. I only wish he could have played longer; but I guess an early boot is inevitable when you're such a big character.