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[February 2021] AUSIA Battle vs. Red Ravagers

Stand to attention, cadets!

Today, our AUSIA cadets logged onto Abominable, on Club Penguin Rewritten to battle it out against the Red Ravagers in their last lesson of this course. Everyone who led did amazing, and we are so proud of what you guys have achieved throughout these past 4 weeks. Can’t wait to to see what is ahead for you guys in your ACP journey! Extra credits awarded to EVERYONE who came, for the FANTASTIC performance!

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Practice Battle Results

Well, the Drill Session didn’t work out.  I don’t know what happened.  But whatever, we’ll try again later.

Next, the practice battle.  First, I want to say that each team did an exceptional job!  Now, before I announce who won, I want to say that the Black and Green team was outnumbered by about twice as many soldiers.  Now, the winners were… THE RED AND BLUE TEAM, BY TWO TO THREE POINTS!  MANJENSON, EDIT IN YOUR PICS AND COMMENTS HERE!

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Red team charges 1-0

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Black Team charges 1-1

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Both Teams charge 2-2

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Black Team charges 2-3

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Both Teams charge 3-4

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Red team makes a line 4-4

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Red team charges 5-4

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Both teams charge 6-5

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Both teams charge 7-6

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Both teams charge 8-7

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Red Team makes a line 9-7

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Both teams charge 10-8

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Red Team charges 11-8     FINAL SCORE

Okay, good job to everyone!  Now, let me go over what I thought was good and bad:

Good!

  • Lines were created quickly
  • Regrouping was done well
  • Charges were done well
  • Orders were followed
  • Good troop turn-out

Bad

  • Charges were performed a couple seconds after they were ordered.
  • Charges weren’t as efficient as they could have been, mostly ended up in a jumble of soldiers in the middle of the battle field I agree.
  • A lot of people didn’t show up.

Manjensen, if you want to add onto that, feel free too!

Yanksrule and Bluey, since you recorded who came on both teams, you can change their grades.  E goes to A, F goes to C, and A goes to A+.  I will change the ranks of people who didn’t show up.  Okay?  Good.

There will be something next weekend probably, so be ready!

“This is almost as awesome as a mule!”

TyloV5 at the Practice Battle