We are the rightful owners of Mammoth, once more

Before I jump into the post, King Mondo is putting together an ACP reunion from Saturday, December 23rd to Monday, January 2nd!

An Address to the Army of Club Penguin

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? Let’s get the introductions out of the way first. How’s everyone been holding up? What’s everyone up to? If you hadn’t know, it’s been 267 days since the end of Club Penguin. We’re almost entering that one year mark. I’m sure I’m not the only one that still from time to time revisits the archives of this site to read over old names. Or opens up YouTube to find whatever silly videos that can bring upon some nostalgic feeling. Club Penguin may very well be dead but never will the ACP spirit.

Therefore, I’d like to declare myself– Mchappy, ACP veteran— as the king of Mammoth under the Army of Club Penguin Nation.

Yes, you read correctly. Club Penguin Island is the successor to our late and great Club Penguin. And today, spawning from a discussion on our Discord, I decided to go ahead and see what the state of Club Penguin Island was. To my surprise, they introduced a desktop client for PC users. At first, I was quite angry to learn that they had just reintroduced another desktop version. The death of Club Penguin seemed pretty pointless to me at that moment. But upon further digging, I learned it had to do with Flash and how Flash was becoming outdated for Club Penguin to use so moving over to an .exe processor was better for Club Penguin (Island), and all that.

Anyway, here’s my journey of conquering Mammoth.

I first log on to the server Arctic to see it pretty densely populated. Someone asked me if there were any servers still implemented in the game. It turns out there are way too many servers for no good reason. I mean seriously, the top three servers were the only inhabited servers and all of them were maxed at maybe three bars each. I had no intention of finding a Mammoth server but to my surprise, there she was, with all her beauty. Before I logged on the first circle wasn’t even filled.

Mammoth was empty. Not a penguin in sight. My penguin waddled from room to room and I even did Rookie’s mission. Though after waddling through an empty server for maybe thirty minutes, I decided to put my plan in action. What was that plan you may ask?

Yeah, just yell at Aunt Arctic that ACP is awesome and Mammoth was ours basically. Once more has the Army of Club Penguin come out on top– rightfully claiming the server that belonged to us and that sparked the creation of Club Penguin armies.

Happy Holidays, everyone! I hope you enjoyed the fun post.

13 Responses

  1. Faring okay, about to graduate college now. Applying to graduate programs now and praying I get into my top choice. Nice to see that this site is still active despite the end of CP armies as most know it.

    It may just be me but the appearance of Club Penguin Island really reminds me of Penguin Chat (Not Penguin Chat 3) a.k.a Experimental Penguins.

  2. Got a Discord link for the reunion?

  3. What a beautiful site we had for ourselves. I am happy to be able to look back on memories here with a proud feeling.

  4. Something triggered my memories of ACP and here I am. Only 267 days, but it feels like it’s been years. Damn I miss my childhood.

  5. neato. i miss yall. thanks for the amazing times. WE SHALL LIVE ON!

  6. you triggered my club penguin armies PTSD

  7. fml

  8. Ahhhh goddamn this

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