Reformation Meeting Results || Establishment of the Club Penguin Army Legends Council

As you may have heard, CPAC hosted a meeting on Friday for which a number of veterans and army legends were invited to discuss a means of handling future Legends inductions. We had solid turnout, and got a number of things done, which I will outline briefly in this post.

I.    Required Retirement Period
II.   Creation of Club Penguin Army Legends Council
III.  Establishment of Legends Standards
IV.  Re-Evaluation of Current Legends (Pending)
V.   System for Nominations

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What’s Really Wrong With the ACP

This morning, retired ACP Leader Flipper made a post explicitly detailing the “14 Things Wrong With ACP”- of course, CPAC did not go unmentioned. Because of that and because of the fact that this has gone on long enough, I’ve decided to make my own post. The top five things that are wrong with ACP.

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Top Ten Armies: 09/29/12

It’s Sunday, and from now on, that means another Top Ten. This week has been interesting as armies see no shortage of falls. We’ll also see how this huge war, perhaps even an up-and-coming World War, has affected army’s performance. I hope you enjoy. Continue reading

LT and DCP Battle on Outback, Half Pipe, and Snow Fort

As the latest in a series of battles in the LT/DCP war (which yesterday saw the development of a massive alliance), the two armies faced off on 3 servers today, but only actually battled on one. LT claimed victory on both Half Pipe and Snow Fort, saying DCP were ‘no-shows’, however DCP responded with this edit earlier:

To the LT: You do NOT own Snow Fort, nor Half Pipe. The Half Pipe invasion was invalid due to no 24 hour notice, it was switched instead of you invading Fjord. SNOW FORT was given to the Ice Warriors, get your facts right.

Either way, LT posted pics on both servers, claiming ownership of each.


Earlier today, the armies finally met in battle on the DCP server Outback. As the first actual battle of the war, this is expected to set the tone for the rest of the battles. Note that because only LT posted results, all pictures will be from their site.

Below, LT bombs with suns while DCP counters with hearts.

Here, LT is using sad faces while DCP lines up on the chatbar below.

Following the battle, LT leader Ioioluk had this to say:

We won once again against the DCP. This time they actually showed up, but we still defeated them. DCP claims we used allies (Pirates) because Waterkid was there. When will all those idiots understand that Waterkid is our3ic? Anyways, i’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves. It’s a clear LT victory.

When asked for comment, Wwebestfan, DCP leader, had this to say:

LT brought Pirates. We have proof. DCP won Outback, but lost on North Pole.

Again, another disputed battle. Both armies claimed to win, for different reasons. But what do YOU think? Comment YOUR opinion! 


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Definition of Political Categories in CP Infantries

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Yet another person trying to tarnish my career by tossing some serious political <word deleted by the amish>


A couple weeks ago, Tap tried to make me look by a fool by listing my CP Political Views. Before anyone else decides to climb into my Philosophical Views, I’m gonna try to make somewhat of an Intelligent Fool before anyone else can.

Politics in Armies has been brought up several times in the past few days. Now, I have split CP Armies into eight separate groups, defined by what they think of Politics in our fair world of online gaming wars and battles. Rage all you want, its called Philosophy for a reason.

This post may not make since, since I came up with the titles, but if you do respect philosophy, you should be able to understand the jest of the names. Now, this post I expect to get some hate, because, well, I admit it makes little since. However, now you can actually say what the heck you are when you think about CP Politics.

1. Senatists.

Take a look around the ACP Site, kids. Senatists believe in a strong central government in CP Armies for the people, representing the people, having equal elections and the preservation of free speech. They do hold it to a law, however, that free speech on CP Armies can be somewhat vague. Rules are firmly set in stone, and the traditional CP Recruiting is fresh and still alive. Training Camps are necessary, if not required. Senatists, in a certain sense, do believe strongly in CPAC, and hold the news worthy to them.

2. Politicalists.

Politicalists believe that CP Armies need to be states instead of countries, with CPAC as somewhat of a capital. Most people disagree with this ideal, thinking CPAC has too much power anyways. However, they do not, I can tell you that. Politicalists are somewhat scattered throughout armies, and no army I see so far is strongly based on it.

3. Believists.

Believists are that annoying group of people that read CPAC once a week for the Top Ten. They are 90% of the ragers on the average Post, and can be seen EVERYWHERE. Every army has a few of these guys. Believists somewhat disagree with the entire “CP Army” Ideals, believing firmly in just what CPAC freaking tells them to believe off the Top Tens. These morons, erm I mean people, can be just about anywhere you look.

4. DisBelievists.

The group of disbelieving. These guys don’t agree that politics are needed in armies at all. They hate politics all together, saying they are unneeded and a burden to the actual game. Most of you guys are probably in this category. They are the “Non Believers in CP Politics”, most of which are legends who also fall into the next category.

5. Originalists.

A dying “political” group on CPAC, Originalists are the remainders of the 2006 players in CP Armies. These guys believe today’s CP Army Warfare is all wrong, and wish for The Original Warfare to come back. The Elder Players are either retired or on a limb, army hopping all over the place. These guys believe gaming is futile, at some point, and want to preserve our way of cp armies.

6. Anti-Originalists.

Just the opposite of Originalists, mostly filled with new recruits and a few medium aged players. They believe that the old ways of playing are over, and that wars are needed to progress further into our Gaming World. Chat Recruiting. These guys are found just about anywhere, believing in little to no government, and the fact that they are everywhere can be a huge threat to CP Armies in the future.

7. Motinists.

 These guys are a lower form of Politics, who believe that CP Armies have their low points, but will always go right back up through change and continuity. These guys focus mainly on the philosophy of  armies, believing in pure bias formatting and that all armies need to give opinion with fact. These guys believe that big armies are a shame to CP Armies, and prefer the minor armies. They, too, believe that world wars on Club Penguin are necessary to propel forwards.

8. Republicrats.

These guys focus mostly on politics in general in the game. They believe politics are behind every motion in the armies themselves, believing in the conspiratorial desires behind average promotions and biased elections. They always seem to ignore the fact that armies are on a steady fall. They are somewhat around, even if you don’t seem to notice them.

I’ve defined the basic political groups in CP Armies, or at least how I view them. If you can think of another group, go ahead and leave it in the comments.


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The Friday Night Massacre

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Army of the Week: Pretzels

In this edition of Army of the Week, we focus on a once powerful army that is now rebuilding.  The Pretzels recently finished their war with DCP and are now trying to rebuild and rise.  Hanging on to the top ten by only a little, can the Pretzels rise to be a strong large army?  Or will they fall like many other armies have?  And are their regular recruiting sessions enough to make them rise, or should they go to war?

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The Pretzels were first created in late 2009 by Braveboy124, who led the first seven generations and then the current ninth generation.  The Pretzels started as a small army that averaged four at events.  At the start of 2010, they began to get more troops, and their sizes shot up to large numbers.  This didn’t last to long, and the army soon died.  After that, the second generation was created.  They were soon getting 10 unscheduled and 14 at scheduled events.  The Pretzels soon earned themselves a place in CPA Central’s medium top five.  They had a big war with UMA, but eventually died and merged with WW.  In their third generation, the Pretzels did not do to well with little sizes at events.  After retiring from armies due to computer problems, Pretzels creator Braveboy124 returned and started the fourth generation.  This generation was a success, and the Pretzels were soon getting 20+ soldiers at events and stayed in CPAC’s top ten armies for four straight weeks.  Soon after that, they died.  The fifth and sixth generations of the Pretzels failed, they came back with their seventh generation and reached sizes of 15+ at events.  The army died, but soon came back with their eighth generation.

Current Leadership:

The Pretzels are currently led by Braveboy124, Subz11, Tymatt, and Benjarkin.  The army seems to have a strong leadership, so for now their most likely shouldn’t be any leadership problems.

Recent Events:

The Pretzels recently had a practice battle with the Rainbow Chargers.  The Pretzels averaged around 15 and had pretty good tactics.  Below are some of the event’s highlights:

More recently the Pretzels had a training session.  They had sizes of around 10-12 and maxed 15 with great tactics.  Below are some pictures from the event:


I think that if the Pretzels get a little more active, they’ll have what it takes to rise in the top ten.  Also, if their troops get more active, I think they can secure a good spot in the top ten for a while.  If they don’t, however, there’s a chance that they will fall, and judging by past events, their current generation won’t last for a long time and they’ll probably die and start another generation before spring of next year.

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How do you think the Pretzels have been doing?  Can they rise in the top ten?  Or will they fall?  Is there a possibility of war coming soon for the Pretzels?  Comment with YOUR opinion!

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