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A Guide to Patrolling

Hai ACPTR, this post is going to be a quick guide to something ACP encourages it’s troops to do along with recruiting, patrolling. Patrolling earns you daily medals and so why not do it? It doesn’t take long and it helps keep ACP informed about possible threats to our servers.

The first thing to do is choose a server. ACP owns lots of servers, so have a look through our server list and choose the one you would like to patrol (make sure nobody else just patrolled there or there’d be no point in you going) and log on to that server, wearing your ACP uniform. (if possible)

Now, starting at the room you spawned in, work your way around the entire island, making sure to check in every single room.

Spotted some suspicious penguins? Take a picture of them and ask a leader if you’re not sure if the penguins are rogues or troops from another army, keep this picture because it will come in handy in a minute.

Once you’ve patrolled the entire island, checking every room, you must go onto the ACP blog, find the page about patrolling and comment saying ‘Breeze is clear.’ or ‘2 suspicious penguins spotted on Breeze [insert picture link].’ You can now give yourself your daily medal, knowing you’ve helped ACP. You may patrol on another server if you want, but that patrolling won’t earn you an extra medal.

Have fun patrolling, cadets!

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~ Peach, ACPTR Instructor.

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