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On this week's Face Off the seven remaining contestants must design a creature based on one of the most horrifying places on Earth - high school. Who made the grade and who flunked out? Results ahead.

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The challenge was to make a high schooler based on a mythological creature - faun, minotaur, goblin or cyclops. The twist was that each creature is assigned a trait - emo, nerd, cheerleader or jock - that had to be incorporated into the design.

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I liked Dina's Nerd Goblin but it didn't make the top looks.


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Cig's Nerd Minotaur (that's his underwear pulled up over his horns in an ultimate atomic wedgie) was a top look.

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Drew's Emo Faun earned him the win this week.


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Rachael's design seemed to be okay in the workshop but by the final look before presenting to the judges it was obviously bad. She's capable of much better work but this week she just couldn't make it work. The judges sent her home.

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I'm not sure Rachael's design was much worse than Sasha's alienish Cheerleader Cyclops.


As always all images from the Syfy Face Off site and can be found here and here.

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