Buddy Retires From Golds

Flippers, Golds’ Empire– Buddy has recently departed from the Golds’, and the community as a whole. How will this recent retirement impact the Golds’ army as time continues? Click “Read More” for more information on this recent retirement!

As of Septmember 23rd, 2016, Buddy former Golds’ leader, has since retired from Golds. Buddy joined the Golds’ leadership soon after the closure of WV. Buddy chose Golds as his now last army to help rise them to new heights, and to also laminate for those to remember as influential.

Once Buddy joined the Golds, the army gained immediate hype, brining the army to sizes of 27+ during their first several events. Their events continued to remain within the 20+ range, where they ended up reaching sizes of 25 throughout the week under Buddy’s contribution to the leadership.


Golds maintaining sizes of 22+

The picture used above was taken from an event where Buddy, former Golds’ leader was in attendance. At this training session, they maxed 25 and maintained 20 throughout the event. This is pertinent to their recent rise as this became consistent for the Golds’ for the following week that followed the inauguration of Buddy.


Golds maintaining sizes of 9+

The picture seen above was taken from a training session post Buddy’s resignation, where Golds maxed 11, and maintained 10 throughout the entire event. This was happening prior to Buddy’s lack of activity,  yet it is clear Buddy’s addition to the leadership just a few weeks ago had some impact on the Golds as a whole.

Buddy seems confident in his retirement, claiming that the Golds will continue to do well despite his absence from the army. This is said, as well as more in the following interview with Buddy, former Golds’ leader.

Interview with Buddy, former Golds’ leader

CPAC: Why did you choose to retire from the Golds, was this a sudden or planned retirement?

Buddy: I was planning on retiring, however I thought I would have been able to lead for a longer time. With school, hockey & other things going on, I just don’t have the time to lead anymore.

CPAC: How do you feel the Golds will perform without you actively present as leader?

Buddy: They’ll fall to SMAC obviously. Just kidding, in all honesty they’ll be fine. They’ve got a good leadership and ownership to help keep them alive.

CPAC: Do you feel you’ve had a long lasting impact on the Golds, and specifically, the community as a whole?

Buddy: I’d like to think so, I think i’ve had a pretty decent career.

CPAC: Any final comments?

Buddy: Bye! *wary*

As stated in the interview shown above, Buddy believes he’s had a solidified impact on the Golds, as well as the CP Atmy community in general. He also believes Golds will do perfectly fine without his contributions to the leadership.

Will the Golds slowly start to decline and proceed to die out once more? How will the Golds cope with Buddy’s resignation? Comment YOUR opinions in the comment section below!


CP Army Central Editor-in-chief


One Response

  1. just chill and have two number 9s, a number 9 large, a number 6 with extra dip, a number 7, two number 45s, one with cheese, and a large soda

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