Legends Cup V: Nachos vs Ice Warriors: A Look Back in History

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – As Legends Cup VII Finals draw closer everyone becomes more eager to see who will be the victor. However, before we get to Legends Cup VII let’s take a look back at Legends Cup V where Nachos of Club Penguin faced off against the Ice Warriors to try claim the gold and be victorious. Let’s once again hop on our time machines and take a look back to two years ago when the Legends Cup V Finals took place!

Going into Legends Cup V Finals Nachos were the underdog. Ice Warriors were known as a dominate army. Nachos had beaten Chaos Army, Dark Warriors and Light Troops to get to the finals. Ice Warriors had beaten Doritos of Club Penguin, Army of Club Penguin and the Night Warriors to get into the final. Although Nachos were the underdog people actually believed Nachos could win. It’s was getting ready to be an epic encounter.


The battle began in Ice Berg. Both armies had sizes of over 25 however, Ice Warriors seemed to of had the size advantage. The Nachos tactics were great but Ice Warriors were doing just as well with their tactics. Both armies continued to battle not giving up and spamming as much tactics as possible. Neither army could be made victor in this room as Nachos managed to have the tactics side of things and Ice Warriors had size advantage.

AT 3:15 they switched the a new room. This time it was the Snow Forts. Nachos had size advantage and continued to run away with the tactics advantage as well. Ice Warriors tried their best but Nachos managed to get 30 people into the room and Ice Warriors only managed 25. Nachos were made victorious in this room making things start to look good for them and making things look bad for the Ice Warriors.

The next room was the Stadium. The room was made for larger sizes meaning both armies could fit more people into the room. Ice Warriors peaked at 40 in the room while Nachos only managed to get about 30 into the room. Although Nachos were trying to use their tactics to their advantage it was no match for the larger and more dominate Ice Warriors. The Ice Warriors were crowned the victors of the Stadium which made things even between both armies. The battle continued to be really close.

Since the score was now 1-1-1 the judges decided overtime was needed. The next room was picked to be the Beach. This was a very big part of the tournament. From here it was every army for themselves and winner takes all. The armies were neck on neck. However, the Ice Warriors’ sizes manged to overtake Nachos. Nachos managed to stay close to the Ice Warriors’ size though and tried to spam tactics as fast as possible. This room was the hardest room to pick a winner in because both armies looked really strong. However, eventually a winner was picked. The winner was chosen. It was the Ice Warriors.

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The judges took over ten minutes to decide who won. It was a very close battle but eventually it was told that the Ice Warriors won with a vote of 3-2, which is a close vote. The Nachos were upset but knew the Ice Warriors were slightly better. The Ice Warriors celebrated winning the Legends Cup V. They had worked very hard to win it.


To this day it’s known as a fantastic battle. It was a really close battle and deciding who won was very, very hard. People congratulated the Ice Warriors. It was a well deserved victory.

What do YOU think? Did Ice Warriors deserve to win? Did Nachos deserve to win? Who do you think done better?
Here at CPAC we value YOUR opinions!


CPA Central Editor-in-Chief


3 Responses

  1. Weyyy
    Shout out to everyone that helped us in that battle

  2. <33

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