The Retirement of Super Edwin

Greetings, ACP! I guess this is my final ever post on ACP site, wow. This is going to sound really cringy but back in 2011 ,when I first joined and I used to run home to fight rough Swat before attending the main UK event, that in 2017 I would’ve been leader of this incredible army for 10 months. If you’ve been around in ACP at all in the last ten years then thank you for contributing to such an amazing place that have been what can only be thousands of people’s childhood’s including my own.

If you’ve been around in the last ten months then thank you for putting up with me as a leader and for always fighting with passion for ACP and it’s future; one of my favourite moments as leader was in August last year when we were defending Breeze from Snow Ninjas. The work that everyone put in that day to make sure we didn’t only defend our capital but showed the community that ACP wasn’t an army to be messed with or insulted is always one I like to think about.  This was also displayed in yesterday’s event which honestly had to be my favourite event; the passion everyone had for ACP and the pride they had just made it amazing to witness especially in the comments on the event results.

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ACP’S Last Invasion

Let’s go back to where it all started:

Mammoth.

Tomorrow at 5:30 pm EST, ACP will invade not only it’s birthplace, former capital, but the birthplace of armies itself. ACP will be the last army to invade this historic server and I hope you can join us, the Army of Club Penguin, in accomplishing that.

❗ Invasion of Mammoth ❗

When: 27th March 2017

Server: Mammoth

Times: 10:30 pm gmt, 5:30 pm est, 4:30 pm cst, 3:30 pm mst, 2:30 pm pst

Final Weekend Event: Breeze @ClubPenguin #ClubPenguin

Hey guys!

Today we logged onto the server Breeze, at 3pm EST for the final weekend event, before Club Penguin completely shuts down. Today, during the event we was able to have a maximum of 15+ on Club Penguin. And everyone stayed active, and did the tactics through out the event. Here are some pics of the event. Photo Creds, goes to Sonic and Bam. Continue reading

The Future of the ACP

   To our soldiers, retirees, and passersby who associate parts of their childhood to the ACP: on behalf of the Army of Club Penguin, I come here to relay a message concerning the future of this army.

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Slick US Training on Breeze

Salutations!

On Thursday, we logged on to Breeze for what turned out to be a pretty solid event, which was likely what inspired the bot attack to take place. However this bot attack literally “hit the skids,” failing to phase us. We continued to have our event and got some great tactics in while keeping our location concealed.

The time to recruit is now. Whatever decision ACP makes regarding March 29th, wouldn’t you want us to do well before then? Then let’s make it happen!

Happy Holi!

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Holi” is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in India and Nepal, and is also known as the “festival of colors.” It is a celebration of the victory of good overcoming evil and the arrival of spring with the conclusion of winter. It is also a celebration where people meet and have fun, as well as reunite and let bygones be bygones. Similar to the American holiday Thanksgiving, Holi is a time to celebrate a good harvest.
Aside from being a national holiday in India, it is also a celebrated social event in the United States as well as in other countries. Other events that have been inspired from the Holi festival have arisen primarily in the USA and Europe where people get together at often company organized events to raise money for charities. There are also events known as The Color Run, Holi Run, and Color Me Rad organized by 5k run franchises that feature participants being doused in Holi colors!

UK Unscheduled training

Important Posts to Read:

Welcome New Recruits

Breakfast Bake

UK/US Recruiting Event

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Greetings, ACP! Yesterday, the UK division held an unscheduled training event on our capital, Breeze, at the Ice Berg and maxed ten. Carry on reading for pictures from the event and make sure to comment if you attended this training on Breeze.

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