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Why Club Penguin Island is Unnecessary

KLONDIKE, CP Army Central Philosophy Desk – Everyone knows the old saying, “all good things must come to an end” but did it have to end in the most unintellectual way anyone could think of?

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The Move To CPPS Paradox

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – When the news of Club Penguin shutting down broke, the more sensible of the community began planning the end of days, while others turned to survival attempts, with the most common being that of Club Penguin Private Servers.

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My Experience As A Veteran Returning To This Community

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The news of Club Penguin shutting down has, unsurprisingly, spurred armies and army leaders alike into one final run before the inevitable end of the community. Understandably, this game was a high point of many childhoods, so much that even those in their early 20s found it in their spare time to log on to the island one final time. Even those who had long outlived the game still had a special place in their hearts for it, so that they could enjoy it in its sorry state again. Many of these people had once taken part in this community. I am one of them.

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Is NationStates The Next Horizon?

I am reposting this after the deface; this got deleted. I’d like to take advantage of this to introduce some new terms in hopes that they will help popularize this idea. If you are a remainer, you do not want to leave the Club Penguin sphere (this includes CPPSes). If you are a mover, you want to leave the Club Penguin sphere. If you are a mayor, you want to move to NationStates. 

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – Club Penguin is closing. It is a sad, sad day for Armies. Not only have we lost our platform, but we have lost our childhood game. Nostalgia is said to be the greatest sadness, because it cannot be appeased. Look at the bright side, though. Think of it as a sort of omen that Club Penguin shut down so recently after I wrote my article trying to convince the Army community to move to NationStates. In some ways, the shut down is a good thing, because now everyone, including the people with conservative attitudes, are facing a life or death situation. We have to move, or we have to die. What will it be?

Previous Reading:
https://cparmycentral.com/2017/01/07/youwrite-editorial-the-ragnorok-of-cp-armies/
https://cparmycentral.com/2017/01/19/youwrite-does-leaving-club-penguin-ruin-armies/

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Armies Then and Now

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – Have you ever thought about what could have happened if multilogging, bot raiding, or any other sorts of cheating in armies didn’t exist and that we stuck to the old ways? A comparison between today’s Club Penguin armies and the older ages in armies is an important event like the color wars.

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The Political Becomings of an Older Generation

KLONDIKE, CP Army Central Philosophy Desk – This community mimics the real world to an extent, with multiple governments, a form of media, and even politics. One wouldn’t think that politics exist within an internet based community, but if one was to dig deep into the research, he or she would find more than they expect.

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A Second Generation of Club Penguin Armies

KLONDIKE, Tax’s Office – For many years, we have joked about the idea of a second generation of CP Armies, where the current veterans of Club Penguin armies become adults and their children start participating in the community. Now, as the way this community works changes day by day, I have decided to take a look into the possibility of the second generation of armies, and how it may already be here.

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