ACP Saga: Continued *UPDATED*

EDIT 2: I added some videos, one for each major battle so far. A special thanks to Fishguitar for providing the video for the Battle of Breeze. By the way: Not every battle was filmed, so I may not have a video for every single battle mentioned in the story later on. Meh, you’ll live. 🙂

EDIT: Don’t forget about the UMA’s World War for Fun. For info on that go here: WWFF

  1. Prologue
  2. Part 1
    —-The Era of the Forums
    ——–Age 1: WWII
    ——–Age 2: The Age of Culture
    ——–Age 3: The First Depression
  3. Part 2
    —-The Era of War
    ——–Age 4: Pruging from the Forums NEW!
    ——–Age 5: UMA NEW!
    ——–Age 6: WWIII NEW!
    —————WWIII: Part 1 NEW!
    —————WWIII: Part 2 NEW!
    —————WWIII: Part 3 NEW!
  4. Part 3
    —-The Era of Triumph
    ——–Age 7: An End to War
    ——–Age 8: The Golden Age
    ——–Age 9: Roots of the Cold War
  5. Part 4
    —-The Cold War Era
    ——–Age 10: Hostilities
    ——–Age 11: Open War
    ——–Age 12: The Second Depression
  6. Epilogue



          I, Oagalthorp, joined Club Penguin in the later part of March, 2006. During my first day, I soon learned to utilize the snowball capabilities, and, little to my knowledge, the fate of Club Penguin was then decided.

          My “birth server” was Wite Out, which was then in the American server page. During my first few months, I joined and fought with many of the nomadic Clans that wandered the servers in the ancient times of CP. Most of the Clans I would start or join were Color Clans, and I would soon find myself at the top of the food chain. My primary “mission” for these militias would be to clear the snow forts of enemy Color Clans, and stop any burglaries at the Pizza Shop. But controlling these groups was difficult, and no control was permanent.

          Soon, I moved to the server Snow Fort. From there, I found a Mob Clan, lead by a penguin names Max1234. I went undercover, and within a few days a Clan of mine ambushed them in the HQ. I came up with s revolutionary idea. I’d create an alliance with this group, and we’d be known the ASF, or the Alliance of Snow Fort. Though there was much preaching throughout the streets on Snow Fort — my troops and I would tell everyone that the ASF controlled that server — no definitive control was put forth.

          A few weeks later, I was surfing the web, and came upon the discovery of Ninjas. I continued my search for the secrets of these Ninjas, and came upon a large community within Miniclip: The Club Penguin MiniclipForums. During this time period, most new CP users came from Miniclip, and the Miniclip Forums were the center of Club Penguin culture. It was the Forumer Vital Viper, in fact, who founded Mammoth as the “Forum Sever.” Soon, there was an election to decide the president of CP, held on the Forums, between Vital Viper and Big Balla. A group of my friends and I acted as security for the elections, which were held in Lambofun’s house. Though I voted for Balla, Vital won.

          It wasn’t until over a year later when it was found that a Moderator, RFS, screwed up the polls, and Vital Viper was in fact the winner. But at the time, I talked to Balla, and asked if the army I was planning to make could be the official defenders of CP, and the capitol (Mammoth) in particular. He agreed.

          Soon afterward, on September 29, 2006, I created the Army of Club Penguin right there on the Forums. The ACP was a revolutionary concept. There would be an army with one leader, one set of ranks, a set uniform (not just a color), a website as the base of operations,  and a single server to meet on. The ACP was the first army of it’s kind, and would change the face of Club Penguin for years to come.

          Our first uniform was the Mining/Construction helmet (combat helmet), Green Letter-jacket (camo), Boots (combat boots), Messenger Bag (supplies and pistol holster), Electric Guitar — at the time, red was the only guitar color — (snowball rifle), black color, and any eye-wear.

          Of course, it would be a long time before this army would become a CP-wide phenomenon. We had to be able to make it through our first two weeks.




The ERA of the FORUMS



          The Army thread grew faster than any of the other groups in the “Clubs and Teams” sub-forum. Within a week we had over 20 soldiers, which was more than most of the much-older and experienced clubs had. But soon, a penguin my the name of Explorer7777 created an organized center for the Romans, a series of Clan that had recently invaded much of Club Penguin. Within a few days, he had assembled an army that outnumbered us 4:3. The power got to his head, and he threatened the ACP, saying he’s “grind us into dust” if we did not surrender. But the Army was not created to give up. We accepted their declaration of war, and decided to hold the battle at the Vietnam battlefield-styled house of the ACP number two, Koolaidman7. By the time of the battle, the ACP has 35 soldier, while the Roman Army had nearly 50.

          On Friday the 13, the Romans marched onto our battlefield. This was the first formal battle any of us had ever fought in, and marked the beginning of WWII. We waited on the right side of the battlefield while the massive Roman army advanced. At 3:00pm PST (though PST was not established yet), I fired the first shot, and all Hell broke loose. We had fought for half an hour, and neither side was starting to give. We were using cover, because if we were hit by a snowball, we’d need to head over to the enemy’s “jail.”

          Soon, Koolaidman7 was captured. I swerved and dodged over to their POW camp, brought him back, and we continued fighting. There was severe lag, but we kept up the fire, and gave them no slack. After three gruelling hours, we had won the battle, and defeated the Roman Army. A few troops on both sides started exiting, but the bulk of ear armies was relentless.

          Finally, half an hour later, enough Romans had retreated for us to declare victory. A few of the enemies failed to accept defeat, but most of them did. The first and last jajor battle of WWII was through. We had defeated the Roman Army, which vastly out-manned us, and upon their destruction most of their soldiers joined the ranks of the ACP. Though WWII raged on, it was isolated to Dojos throughout CP, especially on Mammoth. The Army didn’t give up, and allied with the Vikings and Nachos, who helped us in our fight against the Roman Clans that continued to stream into the peaceful servers of CP.

Battle of the Igloo Video

          WWII didn’t end until the December of 2006, but by then the roots of WWIII had already been started. But throughout this time, the ACP made several advances that would seal it’s fate as the army of armies for Ages to come.



          After our the first and last major, organized battle of WWII, the ACP grew at an exponential rate. During this time, not only did the number of soldiers increase, but our fame held an even farther reach. During November, our thread become the largest thread in the whole of the Forums, and become more viewed than the “Rules” thread itself. But that will be discussed later.

          During this stage of the ACP’s existence, the “culture” within the Army was at an all-time high. Most of the soldiers within the Army were some of the best of all-time, and are currently the standard to which all future generations of soldiers will be compared. These troops included Oagalthorp, Koolaidman7, David Shawn, Gorond, Nrop, Goozgooz, and Lt Giovvani. We would frequently defend the Mammoth Dojo, the epicenter of Roman attacks throughout CP, as they tended to invade populated areas and try to take the high ground.

          The ACP was not nearly as big as it is now, and we would often find ourselves outnumbered by the Romans. But we had an advantage over them. We would easily set  up a counter-attack at any time, whereas it took hours to form one of their raiding parties. Now, most robbery been halted, and the PSA in Mammoth was under our jurisdiction, so to speak. We also allied with the few Nachos on Mammoth, and many of the Viking Clans, along with some of the remaining Color Clans, especially Green and Black.

          By the end of the Age of Culture, the Roman raiding parties’ activity had been cut in half, we had united many smaller Clans who in turned joined us, our thread had become the largest on the Forums (which still remained the center of CP culture), we held Mammoth justly; defending if perfectly, our soldiers were loyal and perhaps the best of all time, and the world basically revolved around this Army. But this wouldn’t last . . .




           The ACP was on top of the world. But that would all change after a weekend-long absence of mine. For the first time, I would not be able to lead the ACP for a weekend. I left some of the Generals – David Shawn, Gorond, and Nrop — in charge while I was gone.

          But the Moderators of the Forums had had enough. Nrop started a big game of “Halo stories,” where soldiers could tell fictitious tails about space combat. This led to many new comments (known as posts) under the ACP thread. The Mods took advantage of this, and many accused them of  “spamming.” Meanwhile, Nrop had gotten carried away, and created his own army: the CPUNSC. This new group recruited mainly ACP soldiers, including Us Soilder, who was thought to be one of the most loyal troops we had.

          By the time of my return, the Mods were trying to close the ACP thread, my most loyal General had betrayed me, many noobs had been brought into the Army, and by the looks of it, all hell had broken lose.

          I quickly took action. I first pointed out that most of the “spam” was simply soldiers chatting, and a few stories. The only thing close to spamming was the debates I had with a few army-oriented people, such as Akabob, and even that was far from “Stupid, Pointless, Annoying Messeging.” Though many Mods simply ignored me, due to their envy of the number of posts and hits my thread held. But I put up enough of an argument to keep the ACP from destruction. Meanwhile, since I put most of my energy into defending the ACP thread, I was not able to prevent the complete separation of the ACP and UCPUNSC, and a bitter rivalry was soon formed. The whole word of this Army appeared to be crashing down.

          I then decided to “out-source” the ACP. I joined a smaller forum, along with the Miniclip Forums, and set up an ACP thread there. This was the forum set up by Lt Giovvani, who was already a loyal ACP soldier. On his forums, a penguin by the name of Sf1998 saw the ACP thread. He thought it was pretty cool, so he decided to make the ACP a brother army: The Club Penguin Marines. After a small plagiarism argument,w e became close allies. The CPM soon grew as big as the ACP, but now within the Forums, but rather on a WordPress site. There, the CPM allied with the Nachos, as opposed to the Nacho Clans the ACP had allies with. The Nachos second-in-command, Zippy500, was already an ACP fan on the Forums. For this set of coincidences, the ACP and official Nachos had made an alliance through the CPM.

          Though our power on CP was growing, we still had a spamming problem on the Forums. And a whole heck of a lot was about to happen.




The ERA of WAR



          Soon, chaos broke out on the Forums. Noobs were running amok, and several small wars amonst the armies in the Clubs and Teams subforum. Because of the spike in posts under the army threads — which was caused by the wars — the ACP thread was pinned as the scapegoat for the madness. Several Moderators spent their entire time on the Forums trying to shut down the ACP thread, while some simply tried banning the noobs, spammers, and flamers. Contrary to popular belief, the ACP thread contained next to no spam. Sure, we had fighting, but it was more like debating. Even so, the ACP thread had twice as many views as any thread on the Forums, including the “Rules” thread. We also had three times as many posts under the ACP than any other thread.

          After an argument with RPF, the head Mod on the CP section of the Forums, the unthinkable occurred. The ACP thread was closed.

          I put in a quick relief effort. Frantically, I tried to find some place to host the Army. I looked at the CPM, which was crumbling under the pressures of war, and decided to do what they did. On February 19, 2007,  I made a website. This website, to be exact. I never suspected that it could ever live up to the thread on the Miniclip Forums though. However, withing a week of the ACP thread being shut down, the chaos was only worsened. The Administrators shut down the CP subforum . . . for good.

          Soon, the Admins gave RFS permission to construct new CP forums, under a separate address so that the regular Forums would not be “polluted.” By this time, the ACP had crushed the CPUNSC and their allies in total war. They had thought that the ACP would be weaken because we lacked a thread, but this website only made us stronger. The battle was in my igloo, on Crunch, and we outnumbered them three to one. The battle lasted just half an hour, and despite Nrop’s — the leader of the CPUNSC — stubbornness, our enemies finally accepted defeat.

          Not longer after our resounding victory, the new Forums were finally completed. I made a new ACP thread, and within two weeks, the ACP thread become the biggest, most active thread on the Forums. Naturally, RPF was pissed.

          But he was the least of our problems. A new army had been spotted, and — though we didn’t know it at the time — they would not be defeated as easily as the rest.



          Unlike the Roman Army under Explorer7777, the CPUNSC did not completely die out. We re-allied with them, and actively worked towards a stronger alliance. We were rebuilding from the Depression, an Age we did not wish to repeat, and things were going well. The Moderators and RFS had gotten off our backs, and many new armies were eager to become our allies. But, yet again, things were only going to get worse after we peaked.

          One day in the late December of 2006, Nrop and a recon squad of his had spotted a new group in the Mammoth Boiler Room. They wore all black, with red head bandannas, red backpacks, and red skin. This group first appeared to be known as the “Uma,” a name we figured must just be another meaningless Clan title. Over the next few weeks, I ordered many scouting parties to scour Mammoth for these Umas, and their allies, the Gangstas. We’d often confront them in the Snow Forts and Boiler room, and, rather than shrinking like the other Clans, they only grew after each skirmish. Things were truly puzzling.

          I decided to search the web for these so-called Umas. I came upon a website run be a penguin name Pink Mafias, and found that he had created an army called the Underground Mafias Army. I was fine with that, but then I realized two things. First of all, I knew that he was attacking the ACP and vice versa. But secondly, and more importantly, his massive website was used for hacking several aspects of Club Penguin, uncluding rare cloths and coins. This seemed despicable. Attacking the Army was one thing, but deliberately screwing with the content of CP was another. It was even illegal.

          As usual, I did not hesitate to take action. Immediately, I commented on Pink’s site, stating that he must stop advertising hacks, and stop attacking Mammoth, otherwise the ACP would declare war. One of his top soldiers, Michael427, responded with the words “Bring it on.”





          The UMA had accepted war. I expected that, after a battle or two, we would be done with this army and move on. I was wrong. In January of 2008, I set up a raiding party to intercept a UMA attack on the Snow Forts. We were greeting by a group twice our size, who attacked us relentlessly. I knew we could not win this battle, so we regrouped at the Plaza. After this defeat, I decided to reconsider the Army’s tactics for this war. At the time, we had no hope of winning a battle in open, face-to-face combat. I decided to adopt a new form of warfare.

          In November of the previous year, the ACP was fighting a large group of Romans. All hope had seemed lost, when all of the sudden I had an idea. Why not break the regularly accepted, unspoken laws of combat? Why should we stay at one side of the field while the superior enemy continues gaining troops? Why not attack them in a full-scale charge? If we charged these Romans, we could through them into a chaotic frenzy, then they’d be too disoriented to fight. The ACP would regroup on the other side of the field, and charge again. We’d repeat this strategy until the Romans were defeat. This tactic worked better than I though; withing only thee charges and regroupings, they had been all but annihilated.

          I decided that we should attack the UMA with “hit-and-run” tactics. We would march throughout many rooms, gaining new recruits. When we saw the UMA, we’d attack for a little bit, and when they gained the upper-hand we’d fall back to another room and continue marching. We would repeat this until we were large enough to defeat them, at which time we’d march up to them, face-to-face, and fight o=in that room until we had won. The UMA may have outnumbered us, but we had a stronger chain of command, and a more centralized leaderwhip. This enabled us to move faster, and route them out. To this day, the ACP is still the “fastest” army in CP.

           Over the next few months, we continued fighting the UMA in a similar fashion. We’d win about three out of five battles, when all logic would dictate that we should win none of them. But we remembered the basic principles of warfare: You can’t win until it looks like you win. The victory of a battle was decided by what the average observer would see. This means that to win, we’d need to be able to outnumber the UMA. Though difficult and time-consuming, our new “Rapid Warfare” payed off. We managed to hold our own. That is, until April 14, 2007.

          Though the ACP had many small allied on the Forums, the UMA was undermining the ACP’s stronghold there. They allied with the CPUNSC, the second largest army there, and the Nachos. The Army was losing support, and the UMA was growing. On April 14, once the ACP had bottomed-out for this war, Pink Mafias decided to ambush the ACP at one of our meetings. Though I tried to inform every ACP soldier of this, it appeared to be all in vain.

          By the time the battle started, it took me nearly ten minuted to even get in the Dojo. It was lagging like crazy, and the room was absolutely full. By the time I got in, I saw nothing but black and red. The UMA had come early, and out-numbered us six to one. It took several minutes of chaos for me to rally a group of about 12 ACP soldiers to stage a counter-offensive, but it was not working. Most of the ACP soldier couldn’t even get in the room, and those that managed to get in could not see any of my commands due to the constant chant of “UMA UMA UMA.” Within twenty minutes of the most brutal massacre the ACP had ever been on the wrong side of, I decided that it was not worth it. No one was leaving the room, and my soldiers couldn’t get in. Even if they could, this battle was far from reversible. I had to surrender.

          I invited Pink Mafias to my igloo, where I formally surrendered; the first major defeat the ACP had ever had. Only a week beforehand, I had asked for an alliance. He had said no, but I figured I should ask again. Again, he said no. But he did agree to a small cease-fire agreement, which lessened the sting of defeat for most of the ACP soldiers.

Battle of Mammoth Video

          By that time I had learned many things from that battle. And next time, I would be prepared.



          I decided to give up Mammoth. For the first time in the history of the ACP, our capitol — our home sever — our birth place — had been given up. The UMA was everywhere in Mammoth, all the time. So I solemnly moved the Army to one of our smaller, satellite server: Breeze. There, like the Allies during WWII in Britain, I would plan the ACP’s redemption.

          First of all, I changed the ACP uniform. To the dismay of several ACP veterans, I adopted the Roman helmet to be standardized. This made many angry, for the Romans had been our biggest enemy since our creation. But there was logic to it. Firstof all, the Roman helmet would make us appear larger, which would contribute to our recruiting ability and give us a more intimidating appearance. But more importantly, it would get many soon-to-be Roman troops to join us instead. Now we would be able to command larger forces in CP, and gain many new recruits.

          From Breeze, we would use the “marching” aspect of Rapid War to gain many new recruits. Then I would send all of my soldiers into Mammoth as a raiding party. Now, we would have the ability to form large, formidable forces without the UMA defeating us before we were ready to fight. Once Mammoth would be cleared of the UMA soldiers at that time, we’d regroup back to our new base, the Breeze Cave.

          After two weeks of surprising success, Pink became angry. How could such a seemingly insignificant group cause so much damage to our reign in Mammoth? So he planned another ambush. He had won the Battle of Mammoth, and he looked forward to winning the Battle of Breeze . . .



           By this time, some ACP saboteurs had e-mailed the CP staff about the UMA and their hacking. Pink Mafias was then banned for ever, for excessive hacking,  and was forced to use the secondary file, Uma Pm. This weakened UMA morale, and nearly destroyed their leadership and chain of command. But they were still able to fight, and fight they did.

          The UMA decided to attack the ACP at one of their meetings on Breeze, to eliminate any threat before the Army could get onto Mammoth. On May 26, 2007, the UMA would yet again ambush the ACP and hopefully defeat us for good this time. But I could not allow that to happen. I chose the Cave as the ACP base so that, in case of another ambush, we’d have a more strategic position, rather than be crammed in the Dojo. Now we could get all of the ACP troops fighting, rather than just a handful that could get in the room. I made many tactical improvements to this Army, which include the new uniform, new base, and new allies.

          When I first heard of the oncoming attack, I immediately got to work. I made a post, reminding all of the soldiers of the impending battle. Then, I searched in the Web in the hopes of finding allies — any allies — that could help us during the war.

          I found many who were willing to help. First, I found the CPAF. Led by Db Penguin, they were nearly the size of the ACP, and were extremely well-led. Though a few of their soldiers had some disagreements with me, I managed to seal the alliance because I become a good friend of Db. Then, I found a seemingly small, less useful ally; the RPF. I was soon proven wrong about the “small and less useful” notion I had. The RPF had been fighting the UMA almost as long as we had, and they were led by Commando717. They accepted the alliance, and Commando and I, as with Db and I, become good friends. This friendship would solidify the fate of generations to come.

          On May 26, we were all waiting in the cave. The disastrous defeat at Mammoth had left us with a limited morale, but we had enough strength left to at least right. Soon, the RPF and CPAF arrived, and matched ur size. Then the UMA stormed the Boiler Room.

          I sent a scout to the Boiler, and he returned with the message “There’s a lot of them.” We tried holding the door, so that any new UMA’s wouldn’t be noticed by onlookers, but soon enough they flooded the Cave. The UMA sure gave us a run for our money. At one point, they outnumbered the Allies three to two. But I sent a charge of ACP soldier, and we started chanting “ACP ACP” over and over, until the UMA soldiers were covered in chat bubbles. But they just kept coming.

          Now that we had the upper-hand, we stormed the Boiler Room and sent any remaining UMA their retreating into the Cave. We held the Boiler for a short time with the CPAF, but the RPF was in need of help. We moved into the Cave, and the RPF were surrounded by dozens of UMA troops. We gave them as much support as possible, but the UMA still kept fighting. Then Commando and his army took the high ground, up at the life guard tower. The ACP seized this opportunity, now that the enemy was distracted, and took full control of the low grounds, where our battle-cries blotted out the UMA. Half od us stayed to fight, but half charged up and sent chaos into the mod of Pink’s troops.

          Once the CPAF and RPF gained enough troops to match the UMA’s size, I ordered the ACP into the Boiler Room, to block any entrances. Now the UMA was split between the two rooms, and we managed to defeat them. The ACP had finally managed to stand up to the UMA, and pull through a victory. We had won the Battle of Breeze, and the tides of the war had changed their course . . .

Battle of Breeze Video







. . . to be continued . . .


P.S. I hope no one takes any offense to these accounts. (I don’t see how anyone could. 😕 ) This story is as factual as possible, and I am trying to be as unbiased as possible. I am telling things as they were for the ACP, and am not entirely certain how any other armies’ views of these events may have differed. You can’t blame me for that. 😉

40 Responses

  1. neato

  2. Correct me if I’m wrong, surrender means give up, yet you said ACP won -_-

  3. Oh nvm Breeze Mammoth gotcha xD

  4. I will agree this is a true story I lived most of it being there near the begining of UMA I fought in the battle of the breeze I was in UMa those were the good days of Club Penguin, I wish it would be like that again. My Computer broke down two summer’s ago so I could not play CP or else I would probaly lead UMA right now. I wish I had a picture form the Battle of the Breeze so I could prove I was there. Great story Ogalthrop keep writeing I can hardly wait for more.
    Thanks. Aberacer.

  5. I don’t ever recall the allied forces in WWII ever retreating to plan their redemption. Across the European theater of battle including Africa, we prevailed in every battle from “Normandy” right through the “Battle of the Buldge”. We won every major sea and land battle in the pacific Theater too, including Guadal Canal and Iwo Jima. The allied forces never once conceded a city won in battle. Please don’t compare your defeat/surrender to the USA/Allied forces. Thank you.
    Oagalthorp: I’m talking about pre-American intervention, when the Europeans got their butts handed to them by the Reich, so many retreated into Britain. What I said was more along the “all hope is lost” side of the war, rather than the “how long until we get to go home?” side. 😉

  6. Did you forget to leave nachosand iw out of the history? cuz theres alotta good history there that hasnt been stated
    Oagalthorp: I’m not even half-way finished. Besides, the Nachos didn’t do much until after WWIII, and the IW weren’t even founded until much after that. Be patient. 😉

    P.S. This is the ACP Saga, not the Nacho Saga. If you want to do that on your own, be my guest.

  7. *** sorry, did you forget to put nachos and iw in the history?

  8. Nice story oagal. Its nice to know what happened before I joined.

    Also just a comment but what you said about “To this day, the ACP is still the “fastest” army in CP”, it’s not exactly true. yet. We are still cleaning our chain of command. The fact that everyone thinks that since they are a mod, they can order ppl around really makes us slow. Just a comment, no offense 😉
    Oagalthorp: Yeah, we don’t have that great of a chain-of-command anymore. But hell, when the leader says “ACp to the Snow Forts” the entire army, even recruits, are there in less than a minute. So yes, faulty chain-of-command. But we’re faster than any other army these days.

  9. Well Oagal, I dont really like you XD but your doing a good job at this story. Im waiting for more.

  10. omg, that took me forever to read. i love it though. i cant wait to read what comes up next! how long did it take you to make the whole thing? i was around in those days with a small army named CPM (club penguin marines) we had no clue that our army had the same name as one of the biggest armies in club penguin. we were destroyed though…

  11. Good story Oagal!

  12. good story! uma vs the acp is the most historic thing that ever happened
    Oagalthorp: Yup! Well, on CP anyway . . . XD

  13. I made my penguin like 3 weeks before the ACP website was made.

  14. Awesome I always wanted to know what happened back when the ACP started.

  15. Wow, who would have thought that the UMA would be so powerful back in the day. Thanks Oagal.

  16. well i took back what i said this is cool.

  17. Club Penguin Army history is 10x more exciting than actual history 😛

  18. I was in the battle of the Breeze i’m a genuine veteran I think I might start a battle of the Breeze veterans club (BoBVc) for short. I am now going to make that site coming soon I would love if you would join Ogal.

    This is Aberacer Speaking please join this if you were in the battle. If you were not please don’t join.

  20. The story continues 🙂

  21. Yep, whenever Pink was in UMA, it was powerful. Even when he came back at the end of last year, he managed to get the Coffee Shop full of UMAs trashing ACP’s party.

  22. Upon reading this I was bombarded with nostalgia and flashbacks. Oagal, you’re such a damn good writer.

    I found a YouTube video of the May 26th battle (Battle of Breeze):

    Sorry for the weird intro and such, that was the only video of that battle that I could find, the other ones were deleted.
    Oagalthorp: Thanks! The best video was deleted, but this one is actually a re-recording of that. (With a strange intro, that is) 🙂

  23. Could someone kindly unban me on chat, I didnt do nothing.

  24. *referring to earlier comment. Lol thats a lie oagol, i remember some of the stuff your history is saying when nachos were created, nachos were involved in alotta that stuff. and im not in nachos.
    Oagalthorp: I didn’t — and won’t –tell about anything that has to do with other armies unless it involves the ACP in some way. And I never said you were a Nacho. 😕

  25. I remember that Oagal. I found out about ACP after the Boiler Room War. lol, and UMA was mad at Commando cuz they thought he banned Pink Mafias forever. Good times, but I was a noob back then so I dont if he did or not. Continue Oagal, I was in the next major battle wit UMA when we fought them in the Forest.

  26. everyone this my sory and how i joined heres goes one day i retred form the iw warriors then one day i was in the dojo i heard somebody say ACP ACP ACP and i said whats acp and he said “Army of club penguin

  27. Because of you, Fish, I decided to add as many videos for as many battles as possible. Thanks for giving meh the idea. 😉

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  30. I wonder how many people read this. I did and am looking forward to the next part. 🙂

  31. Yes, why’d you leave out the romans? We were fighting everyday, atleast me, me and Major Orcacam07 were raiding together again and again.

  32. Whata history!
    Oagalthorp, I should tell you that this army has a great history! With many problems and many victories.
    I ask myself: Why did I joined to AOH if they don’t give equallity while this army gives? Why did I decided to be loyal to them? So, I betrayed them to keep loyal to you!

  33. I remember the WWIII. The UMAs wanted to ally with the AOH to get help in that war, because we did hated ACPat that period, and they were trying to use me to ally them, but I din’t accepted them.

  34. UMA was really hacking, right? If I understanded well, they were hacking for rare clothes and coins for the unique uniform of the UMA, right?

  35. Something else is funny, After WW2 You never admitted defeat in that war, you said you won. And now you admit defeat? That says alot
    Oagalthorp: I won the only “official” battle of WWII, and won four outta five skirmishes thereafter.

    If you’re talking about WWIII, yes, I did admit defeat after the Battle of Mammoth.

  36. Wasnt there an army the tacos if i remember right it was a long time ago tho xD

  37. pretty awesome. i think i will fix a few things in my story. it’s still completely inaccurate though. it will always be fiction! :mrgreen:

  38. Hey Jojo, if you make Nacho Saga or whatnot, I’ll put it on a page so we can treasure it forever, lol.

    I say the same to anyone else.

  39. its like a book very creative

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