Fedd And Cliff Become The Latest Viking Commanders

UNKNOWN TERRITORY, Water Vikings Empire – Following Change’s retirement from the Water Vikings leadership, two new leaders have returned. How will these leadership changes affect the army?

Cliff first joined the Army of Club Penguin in 2015 before joining the Golds in 2016. After taking a short break from armies, Cliff joined the Sinners in 2019 and left for the Ice Warriors later. After retiring, he enlisted in the Golds again before joining the Marines. Following their closure earlier this year, Cliff ranked up to Viking Commander in the Water Vikings before retiring.

Fedd first joined the army community in 2013 with the Army of Club Penguin but was extremely inactive. In 2016, he joined the Rebel Penguin Federation and was able to reach Third in Command in 2017. He left during the coup of Elmikey and joined the Rebel Penguin Marines. After the Marine’s shutdown, Fedd joined the Club Penguin Crew High Command. Following his retirement in early 2018, Fedd returned in 2020 and joined the Shadow Troops as a Second Command, the Golden Guardians as a Second in Command, and finally the Water Vikings. He led the Vikings from June until October before coming back recently to lead again.

WV vs. SWAT in the Eagre Foray under the leadership of Cliff and Fedd

After Change’s retirement from the Vikings leadership, Kingfunks4 announced Cliff’s and Fedd’s promotions to Viking Commander. Kingfunks explained that Fedd and Cliff have had much experience in leading, and Cliff is ready to step back into leadership after his retirement this past month.

Kingfunks4 announcing the two new Viking Commanders, click to enlarge

CP Army Hub staff were able to reach out to Cliff and Fedd for an exclusive interview regarding their promotions to the Vikings leadership.

Were you expecting the promotion to Viking Commander?

Cliff: Yep. After my previous 5 month stint as leader, I took a short one month break due to studies and I’m back in action leading with one of my greatest friends again.

Fedd: Yes absolutely, mine and Cliff’s return has been in discussion for quite some time now, after discussing it with everybody it was decided that we’d come back after Change retired, so it wasn’t a surprise.

What are your plans for the future of the Water Vikings?

Cliff: I plan to help the new leaders lead, and let them take the spotlight for our achievements. Preferably, we’re going to start going for top 5 each week again.

Fedd: My personal plans are to further grow our sizes and maintain them, as well as to work with my co-leaders to guide WV through the difficult upcoming times with the death of Adobe flash and overall further the success of WV as we go into the new year and beyond.

How will you proceed on leading the army with the Flash era ending?

Cliff: We’ve decided we will probably going with CPC 2, as that’s what CPAH and other armies will be going for the html era. Then, it’ll just be smooth sailing of us rebuilding our maxes from a few months back and getting more then that.

Fedd: Well I’d personally say that we already have an excellent system going at the moment, but obviously we’re going to make the necessary changes and adaptations that are required with the flash era coming to a close, hopefully allowing us to safely avoid any negative consequences of flash ending.

Is there anything else you’d like to add? 

Cliff: asfjsdfjskvdkf;bld;bd

Fedd: Thanks for the chance to be interviewed and I wish the best of luck to CPAH in the future.

As the end of the Flash era rapidly approaches, it seems that the Vikings are sailing on a steady path with their new commanders. With the new leaders seeming to have much in store for the army, how will the Water Vikings fare? How will they proceed following the end of Flash?

What do YOU think? Will Fedd and Cliff lead the Vikings to glory? Will the army stay steady after the Flash era? Let us know in the comments section down below!


CP Army Hub Reporter

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