J&K’s Army Troop Interviews: Littleponx

Side Note: I really want everyone to know that this week’s post was really hard to write. This was caused due to our lack of luck. We were unable to find any willing and suitable troops to interview until the very last moment. I want to thank Mr. Darklink, former leader of CPA’s TYA, and Mr. Oddone, a busy ACP Brigadier General (Moderator), for the little time of their life they devoted into refusing being interviewed. I wish you the best in your CP careers. Also, we thank everyone who reached us to ask for an interview. We appreciate your feedback, and don’t worry, everyone will be interviewed in the near future.

Welcome to J&K’s Army Interviews! Here, Jason & Kavacado, Reporters Trainee of the Club Penguin Armies Media, are taking interesting interviews from penguins from all around Club Penguin Armies. From the lowest recruits to the highest-ranked leaders, everyone can express and describe their opinion and point of view about this wonderful community.

Today we will be interviewing sans is funny (aka Littleponx), a Chief Centurion in the Club Penguin Romans!

Kava: So, Sans, what led you to join Romans?

sans is funny: Years ago, when CPR first opened, the Romans and RPF were opposing each other. At this time, I really liked Roman culture and military structure, so I decided to side with the Romans.

Jason: Oh, that’s an interesting reason of choosing an army.

Kava: Indeed! Anyways, what’s your favourite part about Romans?

sans is funny: That’s a hard one. When I first joined, I wanted to be a Centurion. Didn’t reach it the first time, but this time I’ve managed to get above it. However, I was then demoted to Centurion, which is weirdly what I wanted. I hate being in a big commanding position, so being a mid-ranking is what I like the most.

Jason: I suppose Centurion is a staff role right? Can you explain a bit what this role is exactly?

sans is funnyA Centurion is mid-ranking, in the actual ancient Roman army, you’d lead a Century of soldiers, meaning about 80 soldiers and 20 auxiliaries. Think, what a modern Sergeant is today. So, in the Romans, a Centurion is what a Sergeant would be in other armies – Mid-tier commanding officers.

Jason: Oh I get it now.

Kava: Makes sense haha

Jason: Now I am certain you learn the history of the real ancient Romans through an army. This is interesting. Anyway, what are your hobbies outside of CPA?

sans is funny: I guess, just playing other games and some sports I guess. Nothing really interesting or certain.

Kava: Ah well. Were you ever in other armies?

sans is funny: None that I ever swore true loyalty towards. RPF, for a while, but as before no loyalty.

Jason: Oh well, that proves that you’re a pure Roman. Anyway, moving on, what is your opinion about CPA?

sans is funny: In general, it is a pretty nice community

Jason: Yeah I agree with you. Do you think it needs any tweaks or changes?

sans is funny: That’s a bit of a hard one. I have no experience with what it’s like to change stuff like that.

Jason: Yeah I understand you. Anyway, where do you see the Romans in a year’s time?

sans is funny: Depends. I’ll need more time to decide that one. I’m busy with College stuff now, so I’ll have to spend more time dedicated to it in the Summer to fully estimate what I think will happen.

Kava: Ah that makes sense. Anyways, time for more spontaneous questions! Do you have any ridiculous goals in life?

sans is funny: Hmm, probably ride a horse around the United States.

Jason: That’s a very ridiculous life goal. Anyway, in Romans, do you feel like a leader or a follower?

sans is funny: I’m a follower for now.

Jason: I hope you become a leader (or whatever you wish) in the future. Favourite colour?

sans is funny: Oh, red

Jason: Cool. Thanks for your time. I wish the best for you.

Be sure to keep an eye out for next weeks interview! Who knows? Maybe you could be our next interviewee! Be sure to DM either katerina#9039 or Jason6331#3481 on Discord if you would like to be interviewed!


CP Armies Media Reporter Trainee


CP Armies Media Reporter Trainee



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