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Hello There

Hello ACPTR recruits, soldiers, ACP Troops, and more!  I am Ajman9011, a new teacher here at ACPTR.  I was very excited earlier today to be offered the job here as I have always wanted to help out YOU, the new recruit of ACP.  I have always felt you guys are some of the most important troops that are in the ACP.  You guys one day will become the next moderators and owners in this army when people like I have to retire.  You may not realize it now, but this is the most important part of your army career.  I hope you hit read more to learn a little bit more about me.


The Beginning:

My neighbor and I, had always enjoyed playing Club Penguin together.  But one day, on June 29, 2010, he told me to go onto Mammoth as the Nachos in orange were fighting the ACP.  My friend has actually been a Nacho for quite some time, but I hadn’t heard of them or the ACP and even CP armies.  Anyway, I logged on, and fell in love with this green army called “ACP”.  I decided to Google Search them to see if there was a forum or some sort of website to find.  I clicked the top result on the search and came to the wonderful site we have today.  I joined the ACP and was given the rank of Corporal.  When I started in ACP, it was during the Legends Cup, so I was quick into action fighting with my fellow soldiers!

Small Armies:

As  well as ACP, I had a small army called the CP Navy.  I really sometimes regret creating them due to the fact that they didn’t allow me to stay as active as I wanted in the ACP.  I also regret not doing what you guys are doing, joining ACPTR.  Remember, if you guys get an A+, you could be looking at yourself as a Captain.  I joined a few other small armies and eventually they all died as most would, but I taught myself how to lead better.

Quitting ACP:

Back last October, I was a Master General, the second highest mod rank.  What I did back then was the thing I regret most about my career, quitting ACP for the Nachos.  I quit back then and it still haunts me today.  I could right now have been in an ACP owner spot but I made one bad decision and it affected me poorly.

Back in the Game:

In Spring of 2012, after a temp-retirement, I re-joined ACP luckily enough to be given the rank of Brigadier General.  I have since been very active trying to get back to a high rank and I am currently a handpicked moderator on chat and one rank away form passing the official moderator line.

I hope the message you got from this post was never quit ACP and ACPTR because they are going to be a godsend for you in a way of ranking up in this army which is already tough enough!

Ajman9011- Long live the ACP!

3 Responses

  1. Welcome to the ACPTR, Aj, hep you like your new job 😀

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