The Next Leader: F6sixer of the Rebel Penguin Federation

ALASKA, CP Army Hub Headquarters – Welcome to this edition of “The Next Leader,” written by Reporter Kally. In this column, the CP Army Hub staff sits down for a chat with the Leaders in Training of our army community. After all, they are our future leaders. This week, we talk to F6sixer from the Rebel Penguin Federation. What are his thoughts on leadership? What should we expect from him? Exactly who is this future leader?

In the newest edition of The Next Leader, we get to know F6sixer from the Rebel Penguin Federation! F6sixer is currently one of the Second in Commands of the army, and also supports cparmies.net as a moderator.

F6sixer first joined the Rebels on March 28th, 2019. Over time, he proved his loyalty and swiftly worked his way up to moderator rank. F6sixer then earned the promotion to Higher Command in September 2019, which allowed him to pick up more responsibility.

Some of these responsibilities include being in charge of promotions after events and writing posts on the Rebel Penguin Federation website. However, his most known work is the “Rebel Banker” Bot, on which he tinkers in his free time. The bot is infamous in the army community and disperses “Rebel Cash”, the highly sought after currency of the Rebel army.

After a few months of hard work, F6sixer earned his promotion to Second in Command on March 2nd. Moreover, in mid-April, he obtained a spot in the Rebel Penguin Federation Hall of Fame with the status of RPF Rebel. These honors only go to the most dedicated and loyal troops of the army.

In addition to his army escapades, F6sixer also shares his coding talents with the CPPS community. He moderated and helped develop Club Penguin Armies: The Game, and wrote the code for the chat filter. This code is still in use on the CPArmies website, which F6sixer also helps moderate.

Zenith announcing F6sixer’s promotion to 2iC, click to enlarge

CP Army Hub Staff reached out to F6sixer for an exclusive interview. What are his thoughts on leadership? What does leading mean to him?

Where do you see yourself in three months? 

In the Rebel Penguin Federation, helping out folks in any way I can.

As a Second in Command, you’re already very close to leadership. What does being a leader mean to you?

Primarily, it means looking out for my troops and ensuring that they have a happy, fun and safe environment to be in at all times. It also means having to shoulder responsibilities such as overseeing the growth of the army, fostering and maintaining a friendly and professional experience in staff, managing foreign relations of the army among other things.

And as a leader, what principles would you uphold? Are there any aspects that you prioritise, such as friendships or wars?

I’d uphold RPF’s principles at all times and try my best to keep fighting the good fight. As I mentioned earlier, the well being, happiness and safety of my troops would be my main priority. In my opinion, RPF has always done a phenomenal job in this regard and I fully intend to maintain that.

Sounds amazing! What event in your army career has influenced the most so far?

I don’t think I can pinpoint a single event or person that’s influenced me the most. That being said, the folks who ranked up with me, especially during my time as a mod, and the members of HCOM have had a profound impact on the way I look at RPF and the broader army community in general.

Last one! If you could only do one tactic for the rest of your career, which one would you choose?

EAST OR WEST, REBELS ARE SIMPLY THE BEST!

As we can see, F6sixer has plenty of experience in the army community, both as a higher command member and a CPArmies moderator. He prioritizes having fun, the safety of his troops, and fighting the good fight, as the Rebels do. One final question remains: When will the RPF Rebel receive the rank of Rebel Commander?

What do YOU think? Do you agree with F6sixer’s opinion on leadership? Let us know in the comment section below!

Kally

CP Army Hub Reporter

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