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Fact File- Types of events

Hey there, ACPTR!

Today I am about to teach you about different types of events that our army has. Want to get into more detail about what types of events we have? Continue for more!


The word ‘Tactics’ refers to the emotes and phrases done on Club Penguin.Tactics are performed when an owner commands them for example ‘E+7 WINKS on 3- 1111,2222,3333 go go go!’ on ACP chat. Then you must do the tactic on CP.


As you may or may not know, tactics are usually done by the commanders (owners) but in Uleads everyone gets a chance to lead. Uleads are done at least once every week for each division.

ACP Ulead – November 2014


Ah- one of my favourite kind of events: invasions! Invasions are usually done when we are ready to conquer our enemy’s territory in a war. For example, our enemy could invade our capital Breeze from us and a day later then we can invade one of their servers .Here’s what an invasion looks like.

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Invasion of Mittens VS UMA (Underground Mafias Army) – July 2014

Practice Battles/PB

One of my favourite battles! In practice battles, we have a clean battle with one of our allies for example IW or WV just for practice. Here’s a picture of what a practice battle looks like.

Practice battle VS Nachos – August 2013


Ah. Cleansings. We do cleansings when a war battle (invasion or defence) is undisputed, which means that we couldn’t agree on who won or lost the server we fought for. We also do cleansings on servers that other armies claim to own that we own too. When we cleanse a server it means we own it and it is officially ours. Heres a picture of what a cleansing looks like.


Cleansing of Bobsled – December 2014


Defence is pretty much the opposite of an invasion. In a war, the enemy invades a server from us and we must defend it and battle so the enemy doesn’t conquer the server. Here’s what a defence looks like.

Defence of Cloudy vs Nachos – January 2015

Recruiting Sessions

One of the only ways to make troops join ACP and make ACP bigger- Recruiting sessions. In recruiting sessions, we generally log on to a crowded server and recruit. By recruit, I mean by spamming ACP phrases. Spamming phrases to do with looking up on the Internet can get you banned, however we know the safe phrases. Here’s what a recruiting session looks like .

Recruiting Session – November 2014


In training we practice and try to improve on our tactics and formations for upcoming battles and wars .Here’s what a training looks like.

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Training Session – October 2014


A raid is when we raid an army during their event or we just raid CP rooms and have fun. Here’s what a raid looks like:

Raid of Fjord VS Nachos – November 2009


We compete in CPAC (CP Army Central) tournaments where we battle other armies through rounds and attempt to make it up to the finals and win. There are many tournaments we compete in e.g Legends Cup & March Madness.

CPAC March Madness Round 2 VS Fire Warriors – February 2015

We sometimes have fun card jitsu tourneys too!

Special Events- Hide n Seek etc

Aha my personal favourite! In a special event we usually play a friendly snowball fight or play hide n seek for fun or for a treat  for doing very well in a battle!

So that’s nearly everything we do in the Army of Club Penguin! If you enjoyed this post please leave a comment below, oh!

and here’s a picture of me eating a dorito…

9 Responses

  1. Good job Ryan!

  2. Good Post Ryan! 😀

  3. NICE

  4. Good Job Ryan

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