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The Nachos Declare War On The Army Of Club Penguin

Hello Club Penguin Army Central viewers. My name is Buritodaily, and I have been given the wonderful opportunity to post and report on some of the happenings in our community of armies! I am not an official reporter, but I will be helping out and providing some posts in my spare time to help keep the site active. Now enough of me talking, lets get on to what this post is about. On December 1st, 2012, the Nachos have once again officially declared war on The Army Of Club Penguin.

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Top Ten Armies: 12/02/12

Pre-note: The tournament battles of Sunday are not counted this week- they will be counted next.

Pre-note dos: The descriptions for all armies leading up to the Shadow Troops are written by Blue1. The remaining five are written by Riot.

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LT Uprise Series – Animated Series

Now a lot of you have been enjoying our videos lately and I appreciate the feedback I’ve been getting. Some of you have been wanting to see the LT Uprise series, so I was kind enough to include all of the episodes of this movie series.

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Officially Announcing the Merge of CPWN and CPAC

Hello CPAC viewers

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Army of Club Penguin Battles Pirates on Breeze

Though World War VI is over for the most part, armies such as ACP and the Pirates have still been up and at it.  Yesterday, December 1st, the two armies battled on the server Breeze.  However, on a short notice, the Nachos raided the battle.  Though they were on ACP’s side during the war, the Nachos teamed up with the Pirates for the battle.  It was an exciting and intense battle from start to finish, but who won?

The battle took place at 2:oo pm EST on a Saturday, making the battle time-friendly for both USA and UK troops.  The battle was originally going to be ACP against the Pirates, but early in the morning on Nachos chat, the owners decided they should raid the battle.  All three armies pulled great sizes and had great tactics during the battle.

Below, ACP does and E+3 bomb in a line while the Pirates and Nachos also form lines on the Ice Berg.

Below, the Pirates do an E+9 bomb while the Nachos do an E+H bomb on the Ice Berg.

Below, the Nachos do an E+P bomb while ACP does an E+K bomb in the Mine.

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After the battle, both sides claimed victory.  ACP claimed to have gotten sizes of 20-25+ while the Pirates only had 15-20 in sizes.  ACP also claimed that since the Nachos raided the event, then their sizes did not count.

The Pirates claimed that they and the Nachos each had 25+ as the Nachos claimed the same.  The two armies claim to share the server 50/50 while ACP claims to own the server as well.

Comment with YOUR opinion on the battle?  Which side won?  Did the Nachos’ sizes count?  How much longer will ACP and the Pirates continue to fight?

Tomato 8883 CPA Central Reporter

Christmas Chaos: Ice Warriors vs. DCP

One of the quiet battles of the tournament being very one-sided.

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Short battle with an Ice Warrior Victory and Doritos Forfeiting. Tough luck to Doritos and I wish them good luck at their next Event.

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Due to confusion at the other battle today, I will post the rules as guided for this tournament

The Tournament Code of Conduct

1. No Chat Recruiting one hour before the battle/tourney begins

2. No using allies (unless told so by Bluesockwa1 or Bluesockwa2) or any other army 

3. No rouges will be counted as soldiers

4. No CP Recruiting one hour before the battle/tourney begins

5. No Fake Pictures/”Proof/Evidence” that would put down the other army.

6. No Banning/kicking/zapping/guesting/bribing Judges AT ALL

7. No “Begging”

8. No Hacking/Threatening opposite forces (aka the other army)

9. SIZE DOESN’T MEAN YOU WON.

10. TACTICS DOESN’T MEAN YOU WON.

Christmas Chaos: Shadow Troops vs. United Countries of CP

Probably the most irritating, confusing, most unreal event in this tournament, the battle for the next spot in the Christmas Chaos had more errors than a jumping bean on it’s side. Let’s take a look at the results.

Shadow Troops 27

United Countries of Club Penguin 6

Now, the battle was short-lasted, with UCCP logging off and maxing around 6. However, the judges originally declared that ST had cheated, with using SWAT and DW members. This has been proven somewhat false. UCCP then was told they cheated by going to SWAT Chat and asking for help. SWAT seems to be a big role in this battle, if you couldn’t tell before.

Now, UCCP was originally declared the winner, but it was then proven that the Shadow Troops did not in fact cheat, giving them the edge and letting them move on. The winner? Shadow Troops.

Congratulations.

Moving along quite nicely, the judges, a bit confused, postponed the vote leaving many people banned and left as guests while they decided. Confusing, yes, but ST was finally declared the winner and giving a final warning from violating the Code of Conduct.

Now, because Tomato, Vetsd, and several others asked me to do this, here is the Basic Rules from

The Tournament Code of Conduct

1. No Chat Recruiting one hour before the battle/tourney begins

2. No using allies (unless told so by Bluesockwa) or any other army 

3. No rouges will be counted as soldiers

4. No CP Recruiting one hour before the battle/tourney begins

5. No Fake Pictures/”Proof/Evidence” that would put down the other army.

6. No Banning/kicking/zapping/guesting/bribing Judges AT ALL

7. No “Begging”

8. No Hacking/Threatening opposite forces (aka the other army)

9. SIZE DOESN’T MEAN YOU WON.

10. TACTICS DOESN’T MEAN YOU WON.

Congrats to Shadow Troops on winning. Have a nice day.