Lessons From Veterans: Ayan

ALASKA, CP Army Hub Headquarters – In this weekly series, we pay our Club Penguin army veterans a penny for their thoughts. We’re here to find and share their wisdom through interviews, so what can we learn from this edition?



We define wisdom as knowledge, and the capacity to make due use of it. And in our third edition, CP Army Hub learns a lesson from legend Ayan, who earns everyone’s respect from countless years supporting his major army.


The legend we look at today began his army career in March 2018. He did not understand what armies were, but still moved up in the CPA world. His creation, Help Force, was an up-and-coming army that made its way to the top 3 by the end of 2018. He gathered an alliance together called the National Army Alliance and with that eventually defeated his foes. Ayan stuck with his army as a powerful leader throughout his years, even after his first retirement. Along with raising an army, Ayan soon became Chief Executive Officer of CP Army Media and retired soon after CP Army Hub was created with his assistance. You can read more about him here.

What is the general theme you’ve tried to uphold in CPA?

A community without corruption. A place where an individual can speak against something without fear. An administration that acts for the people, and decisions made by the people.

What was the hardest thing you’ve overcome in your CPA career?

Eh… “hard” lol. There have been several situations and incidents which I consider important to me in this virtual journey. My experience with the Help Force, starting from its creation until my retirement wasn’t really easy, especially when you’re someone who didn’t know that CP armies existed at first. Thank you to everyone who contributed to its progress in even the slightest of ways.

What lessons have you learned from here that have transferred over to real life?

I’ve mostly kept the virtual side separate from my real life. I’m a little too shy to tell someone that I spent about 30 months playing Club Penguin (they stop listening fr, don’t try it at home). But yeah, when you spend too much time on something, it affects your personality. Not really a “lesson,” but my grammar improved for sure. Credits to all those nose-pokers who pestered me when I used “said” instead of “told” (wary). As I type this, I’m waiting for Em to come online and edit it for me.

What wisdom do you take to heart?

Raise YOUR Voice. Fight for Justice.

What legend Ayan brings to the table is important. His efforts to remove corruption have been working, and it’s clear. Ayan states his difficulty bringing his army up to impressive heights with no prior experience in armies and inspires us all. Although he decides to not bring much from his penguin life to the genuine one, he still upholds fighting for justice everywhere. We must learn to raise our voices. Come back next week to hear more from your favorites and learn life-changing ideas!

What do YOU think of this edition? Will YOU take what Ayan says to heart? Comment YOUR opinion down below!


CP Army Hub Associate Producer


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