The Top Five Moments From August 2020

ALASKA, CP Army Hub Headquarters – As August ends and we wave goodbye to Summer, we take a look back at the Top 5 Moments from the past month. But what was crowned number one?

The CP Army Hub staff team recently held a meeting to discuss what we collectively believed to be the ‘Top Five Moments‘ from August 2020. This includes moments that have resulted in a significant impact on the community as a whole, whether that be a war, retirement or scandal. So without further ado, we present the August 2020 listing.

5. Ganger90 Caught Multilogging For Special Weapons and Tactics

Written by: Robot

Earlier this month, the Special Weapons and Tactics shined bright after one of their best weeks since recreation. However, following an investigation from the Army Hub administration, it appears that their best performance wasn’t as legitimate as one would think. During the SWAT’s invasion of the Superstars‘ server Cozy, there was an instance of multilogging as creator Ganger90 logged on with 3 penguins. After further investigation and the checking of more events dating back to July 23rd, it was unearthed that this wasn’t the first time Ganger had multilogged. In fact, the penguins appeared in many events from July 23rd until August 8th.

To confirm the suspicions that the administration had, and in an attempt to further confirm that multilogging had indeed occurred, the SWAT discord was checked for users with the same names as these penguins. One of the penguins, known as Darkvibez, did not have an account on the Discord and who’s identity been a mystery to the leadership and members of the army. On the other hand, the other penguin did have some presence on the discord as they had an account that had sent a total of 11 messages. When the leadership was approached, all they had to say was that the owner of the penguin was a retired veteran and they were not concerned by their lack of activity on the Discord. When Ganger was approached regarding the situation, he simply responded with “Idk how that would be possible,” followed by “SWAT forever, baby.”

The multilogged penguins in question.

4. Chainpro Fired From Water Vikings Leader Following IP-Grabbing Scandal; Joins Templars Leadership

Written by: Sarahah

Just weeks ago, former Army of CP leader Chainpro spent a week as second-in-command in the Water Vikings before he was promoted to the rank of leader. However, within hours of his promotion, he was caught alongside other Water Viking higher command members Zucculente and Jamie in an IP-grabbing scandal. The group had contacted several community members will links that would allow them obtain said persons IP address, and it was thought they would use them to cause harm. As the situation surfaced, the Viking leadership took immediate action with the dismissal of Chainpro from his position in the army.

Though, following him being removed from his rank, Chainpro decided to join the Templars high-command. Two weeks after he enlisted in the army, he was promoted to the rank of Grand Prior, the first rank within leadership. With Chainpro’s announcement regarding his promotion into leadership, he made comments regarding his appreciation for his following co-leaders and high-command. He also showed a similar interest to the army with his dislike of the CP Army Hub. To end off his introductory speech, he made comments implying his long term plan of being in the army, stating he hoped to become a Templars legend.

Chainpro attempting to IP grab a community member.

3. Black Alliance Offensive (And Allies) Against ‘Small-Medium Community’

Written by: Myth

On August 9th, the Rebel Penguin Federation, Dark Warriors, Ice Warriors, Special Weapons and Tactics, One Direction Army, Templars, Clown Rebellion, Hold Bugs Army, and the Fighter Pilots scheduled a total of nine invasions against the Pizza Federation, Lime Green Army, and the Water Troops. These invasions were spread across two days, day one focused against the Water Troops and Lime Green Army, and day two against the Pizza Federation. August 10th witnessed with the invasions of Wool Socks, Great White, Belly Slide, and Ascent  – all owned by the Lime Green Army. While three of these servers were lost to the Dark Warriors, SWAT, and Ice Warriors, Ascent was successfully defended from the Templars. The Water Troops however, didn’t have the same luck, losing Bobsled to the Fighter Pilots.

August 11th began with the cancellation of the Hold Bugs invasion of Southern Lights, only to be quickly replaced by the Lime Green Army – a move to lock the server and aid their allies. This invasion would also soon be cancelled, and the Pizza Federation would transfer Southern Lights to the Army of Club Penguin. Three invasions remained however, but only two would take place, as the Clown Rebellion’s late request for a judge ruled the invasion of Abominable invalid, leaving the server to be transferred to the Army of Club Penguin. Abominable and Southern Lights would be the only two servers that the Pizza Federation could keep safe, as the One Direction Army and Rebel Penguin Federation would successfully invaded Fog and Iceland. From here, the conflict fizzled out and concluded.

Battle For Ascent: LGA vs. Templars.

2. CP Rewritten Tightens Regulations For Army Community

Written by: Kally

Since Club Penguin Online’s shutdown, army members have been using CP Rewritten to recruit in-game. This new influx of members did not go unnoticed, and soon enough warnings, kicks and even bans from the private server staff started to become a daily occurrence. On June 23rd, a first warning was issued to the army community, which only allowed them to meet on < 2 bar servers. However, these rules were largely ignored, and so the CP Rewritten administration decided to enforce even more tighter regulations on August 13th, barring army troops from gathering on full bar servers.

Now, armies are only allowed on game servers with just one bar and will be dispersed if found gathering. Those caught attempting to re-group will be punished with a 24 hour ban and a permanent removal of their chat privileges. Armies are allowed to stay on, if the game server reaches two bars, but upwards of three, they are forced to log off. CP Rewritten administrator Stu explained that armies were repeatedly found breaking rules, which motivated these increasing restrictions. He also warned the army community with even graver punishments that the administration could use if they are not listened to. What’s next for armies and CP Rewritten? Will all army activities be banned?

Stu’s announcement from the CP Rewritten Discord server

1. Doritos Drop To Small-Medium Listings; 32op and Meerrkat Return

Written by: Rosiee

After isolating themselves from the league in July, the Doritos of Club Penguin have continued to exist and thrive outside of Army Hub league, holding events almost every day and maintaining a steady presence on the Top Ten. However, this changed rapidly during the week of 8/9 – 8/15. Over the course of seven days, the Doritos dropped from 5th place in the Top Ten to 1st place in the small-medium listings. The Doritos drop to the S/M Top Ten has been attributed to the closure of Club Penguin Online, the retirements of leaders key figures 32op and Meerrkat, as well as the internal rebuilding of their Discord server. In the aftermath of this drop from the Top Ten, DCP welcomed back both 32op and Meerrkat, and worked hard to boost their numbers. After multiple outstanding weeks, the Doritos were able to step it up and even reach the #2 spot on the Top Ten armies this past Sunday.

August 26th: Doritos ‘AUSIA’ event with a size of 55.

Whether you agree with our listing or not, there is no doubt the month of August has been a very busy one for the community. As we now head into September, what can we expect to occur? And what moments will top our listings at the end of it?

What do YOU think? Let us know about YOUR Top Five Moments in the comment section below!

The CP Army Hub Staff Team

Words by: Rosiee, Kally, Sarahah, Myth, Robot, Max

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