Xing Announces Retirement From Templars

UNKNOWN, Templars’ Empire –  On September 22nd, Templars’ leader and creator Xing announced his retirement and passed the torch of his beloved army onto the next generation of leaders.

Xing started his army career with the Army Of Club Penguin in 2012, where he quickly moved up to a moderator rank. He remained there for about two years before leaving for the Light Troops in 2014. After another exciting two years, Xing left the Light Troops for the Rebel Penguin Federation in 2016. He joined the Nachos in 2017 but then quickly moved to EHUMALater that same year, he moved to the Club Penguin Crew.

Xing then left Club penguin Crew to create the Templars in April 2018 and hired Elmikey to lead with him. Together, they both fought the Elite Guardians Of CP before the site, and their Discord server, was defaced. In July, he reopened Templars and went to war with the Rebel Penguin Federation, which led to World War VII. They also fought a war with the Help Force under Xing’s leadership.

The Templars engaged in a war against the Help Force

During his time in the Templars’ leadership, Xing led Templars during World War VII, the war between the Red Dawn Alliance and the United Armies Of Club Penguin, resulting in a victory. He also led the Templars to extraordinary sizes and secured a win against the Pirates in The Fjord Frenzy tournament. Unfortunately, all things must come to an end. Xing commanded the Templars one last time in an AUSIA event where the Templars maxed fourteen troops.

Xing’s last event

Xing then proceeded to announce his retirement in the following message, voicing his confidence in the HCOM and leaders.

Xing’s retirement announcement

CP Army Hub managed to get an exclusive interview with Xing to discover more about his retirement.

What was the main reason for your retirement?

I chose to retire because I felt like it.

How do you feel the Templars will perform without you as a leader?

Great because our leadership is very competent.

Will you ever return to the Templars or the army community?

Most likely.

Despite his departure, Xing is still optimistic about the Templars’ success. However, there is no doubt that he has been a critical figure in the army’s victories. Will Xing’s retirement strike a severe blow to the Templars, or will the leaders be able to rise above the challenges and reach new heights? Only time will tell.

What do YOU think? Will Xing’s retirement affect the Templars?  Let us know YOUR thoughts in the comments below!

Kally 
CP Army Hub Reporter

NoseHeadd
CP Army Hub Reporter Trainee

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