CP Rewritten Issues Warning To Army Community

ALASKA, CP Army Hub Headquarters – After multiple instances of armies being kicked and banned during their events, an announcement from one of the CPRewritten administrators announced the reiteration of a rule that forbids armies to host events on full bar servers.

On Monday, July 27th, Stu, an administrator from CPRewritten had announced on the CPR Discord giving a reminder of a rule that excludes armies from using certain servers with full bars. Though, with this rule, CPR allows armies to use the game but only if they use servers that have less than two bars. In the announcement, Stu let armies know that staff will continue with the kicks and bans for those who do not follow this rule:

Announcement from Stu in CPR Discord

Specifically in this announcement, Stu mentioned that this was a reminder, implying that this in fact was a rule before this announcement. While Stu in fact did make an announcement previously on June 23rd, with very similar wording making note of the specifically sized servers they can use as well as stating that kicks and bans will occur. When the CP Army Hub approached Stu to see exactly what influenced this rule to be announced again, Stu had stated:

it always has been a rule. since 2018. just never announced in the new discord.

With new armies joining the community every day, it is quite possible that the armies simply did not know of these new rules, as they are not stated on the official CPRewritten rules listed on their website.

Official rules pulled from the CPRewritten website.

This reminder of the long implied rule occurred after numerous armies were kicked and banned in the midst of their events while using the game. Armies such as the Army of Club Penguin, the Rebel Penguin Federation, and the recently revived Romans, were kicked or asked to change servers to continue their event. While it is seeming that these armies were not the specific cause of this warning being announced, as Stu stated the following after the CP Army Hub approached him for the reason of the repeated warning:

when armies still attempted to ignore the rules and jump on blizzard with formations etc

In the end, the CPR moderating team will continue to enforce this rule as the administration team wishes armies to discontinue the usage of popular servers. While some may think that the CPR team is being tough on armies, they are simply attempting to make the game more enjoyable for users who wish to use the game without being interrupted. Overall, as long as armies use servers with less than 2 bars, the administrators will allow armies to continue to use the game. But, if the rules continue to be broken, there’s a possibility for more action to be taken from CPR.

 

What do YOU think? Will this rule continue to be enforced by the CPR team? Will armies plan to move off of the busy CPR servers? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

Sarahah

CP Army Hub Editor-In-Chief

3 Responses

  1. How iare we expected to follow a rule that was never explicitly stated or announced lmao

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  2. Well. That’s just silly.

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  3. definitely some interesting points made, but i understand the reasoning behind the rule 🙂

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