Black Jacket Army Revived After 13 Years Of Inactivity

UNKNOWN TERRITORY, Black Jackets Empire – After 13 years of inactivity, the Black Jackets have been revived by Club Penguin army legend Koloway. What does this army have planned for the future?

In 2007, after witnessing the founding of the Rebel Penguin Federation in rebellion against the Underground Mafias Army, Coff became inspired to create the Black Jackets. He led the army through many wars, including ones involving the Ice Warriors and the Army of Club Penguin. Unfortunately, the army slowly became inactive over time, which led to its shutdown.

One of the Black Jacket’s events

However, the Black Jackets have made a rise from the dead. On November 20th, they held a registration event and maxed 10 penguins under the leadership of Koloway, an Army of Club Penguin and CP Army legend.

The Black Jackets’ registration event

Koloway first started his army career in 2009 after joining the Army of Club Penguin. He served in many battles and found a warm home with the Clover Defenders. In 2015, however, Koloway left the army and eventually rejoined the community in 2017 as a member of the Rebel Penguin Federation. In his new army, he ranked up and earned the position of Troop of the Week before retiring in June 2019.

After hearing of the revival of the Army of Club Penguin in 2019, he enlisted in the army and eventually became leader, bringing the army to record maxes, winning the Holiday Tournament against the Rebels, and cementing his legacy with his well-deserved legend status. Even after retiring from leadership in January of 2020, Koloway frequently helped the Clover Defenders, even joining the Higher Command in June before his final retirement. In August 2020, Koloway also had a brief stint in the Elites leadership but retired after helping to stabilize the army.

Nevertheless, months later, he has returned, this time intending to build an army from the ground up. CP Army Hub was able to get an exclusive interview with Koloway to learn more about this unanticipated revival.

Why did you decide to revive the Black Jackets?

The Black Jackets haven’t seen the light of day for over a decade. With a name and history so rich and underrated, choosing to revive Coff’s old army was a no-brainer. It’s time to dust the jackets off and see if they still fit after all this time.

Do you have any specific plans/goals?

The Black Jackets are mainly focused on having fun right now, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say I was motivated. With the community seeing the same few faces running the show month after month, year after year, it kinda makes you wonder what the possibilities are. As of now, I’d love to see the Jax at least take on a major army classification. That would be pretty moving.

Do you have any goals set for the army to achieve in the long term?

I’ve had some opinions and motives being thrown my way by some friends, such as Crazzy from RPF, my best graphic making friend Zamb of whom I led the Elites with, and Max from ACP. Alongside my trusty Second in Command, Liam, I think that pretty much concludes the team.

Is there anything else you’d like to add?

If anyone wants to talk to me about what I’ve got going on, or just things going on with them, or just anything going on with anyone. Feel free to hit me up @Kolo#2114 and I’m glad to talk to you. Starting from scratch is always a bumpy road, but it’s hopefully one that we can make friends along the way down.

Even with this unexpected return, the Black Jackets seem to have a bright future ahead of them. With the opening event coming next Friday, it will be exciting to see where they will go. What will the Black Jackets achieve in this generation? 

What do YOU think? Will the Black Jackets thrive under Koloway’s leadership? Share YOUR thoughts in the comments below!


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