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Recruiting Guide Event [26/12/14] [AUSIA]

Today we logged onto Breeze for a recruiting guide event. Our cadet did very well in this event and successfully learnt to autotype. Autotyping is really important and it is one of the most important things which makes up a major part of this army. Recruiting on Club Penguin helps us get more recruits into the army which makes the army bigger, better and stronger. This event was very nice and the cadet learned to add lines, set the message rate, to save lines and finally, to autotype.


Now that the cadet knows how to autotype, we, the staff of ACPTR, hope that you will continue to autotype at least an hour everyday to help the army grow. We hope that this day, will not be the last day you will autotype and add autotyping on the ‘To-Do list’ and make it a type of hobby. Besides, it helps the army a lot, no harm in autotyping 😛 Oh and, always use a spare penguin to recruit.


The people who attended the event are:

Abhi20: ACPTR AUSIA Co-Leader

Super Edwin: ACPTR UK Leader

Gordon Edwards: ACPTR Intern

Rockman: ACPTR Cadet


Three credits have been awarded for the one and only cadet who came since autotyping is very important for the army community.

That’s all for now,


3 Responses

  1. I was there but I can’t use the autotyper. I will do manual recruiting instead.

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