Top Ten Armies [01/24/21-01/30/21]

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters – The first Top Ten Armies of the HTML5 warfare era has arrived, with a full house of armies present.

Click here to read our army community news digest, for a round-up of all the latest happenings!

A message from former CP Army Hub administrators, Max and Sophie:

Hello army community and welcome to the second Top Ten Armies of 2021, the first being the one published on January 3rd. In order to provide some normality to these difficult times, we have decided to deliver a Top Ten Armies based on the tried and tested CP Army Hub formula. We have decided on one formula change, this being that free land invasions of servers will not count for the increased ‘invasion/battle points’. Instead, they will be counted as normal standard events. This is to remove the possibility of any army cheating the Top Ten formula moving forward, especially considering the fact that there is no league or server map to control this.

To reduce worries of an ACP-bias, we have enlisted the help of Zamb, a former Army Hub administrator who is currently unaffiliated to any army. Zamb performed the ACP calculations independently, just as he has done for the Army Hub Top Ten many times before.

We hope that you enjoy the Top Ten we have produced, and please contact either of us on Discord if you have any concerns. We are very keen to ensure all armies included are comfortable and confident in our abilities, so please do not hesitate to reach out.

1. Rebel Penguin Federation [75.53]

2. Help Force [59.85]

 3. Army of Club Penguin [52.41]

4. Templars [41.17]

[NEW!] 5. Redemption Force [38.50]

6. Silver Empire [30.99]

↓ 7. Special Weapons and Tactics [29.00]

[NEW!] 8. People’s Imperial Confederation [22.10]

↑ 9. Recon Federation of Club Penguin [18.50]

10. Cries Cult [7.50]

Click here for the calculations.

1. Rebel Penguin Federation: The Rebel Penguin Federation had a busy week with a total of seven events. To start off their week, the Rebels held an unscheduled event to celebrate their return to CPRewritten with a total of 46 troops. On Tuesday, the Federation held an AUSIA Mine Diamonds event with a peak of 41 miners. The Rebels then proceeded to host yet another event on CPRewritten with a total of 49 penguins waddling around wearing yellow stuffie costumes. On Thursday, the Rebels held an Operation: Ascension event with 35 troops in attendance. The following day, the Rebel Penguin Federation wore monster costumes on CPRewritten with 48 spooky rebels. On Saturday, the Rebels held an AUSIA event on CPRewritten with 27 troops in tree costumes. Finishing off their busy week, the Rebel Penguin Federation held a cart surfer tournament with a total of 45 contestants.

2. Help Force: The Help Force held two events on Club Penguin this week. Their first was an AUSIA event on Club Penguin Chapter 2 led by Barnito and Nell with over 42 troops in attendance. Next, Barnito and Diwix led the Helpers on their first event on Club Penguin Rewritten of the year on Saturday with a peak of 45 helpers.

3. Army of Club Penguin: The Army of Club Penguin had an eventful week, with a whopping six events in total. They kicked off in their Civil War Finale battle, also the final battle of Field Marshal Robot, with a max of 32. The first of three invasions occurred next, where they invaded the server Ascent with a size of 40. They then celebrated the 1-year anniversary of Commander-in-Chief CSY, before invading yet another server – Abominable – after a day of fun games such as To finish off the trio of invasions, the clover defenders took Blizzard in a successful invasion, seeing a max of 23. The final event of the week was a 2006-style battle where they saw 23 troops in attendance.

4. Templars: The Templars held three events this week, kicking it off with their return to CPR in an Operation: Men Of War event. This achieved a max of 33. Afterwards, they held Operation: Holy Land IV, seeing 30 Templars in attendance. To conclude their week, the Templars logged on for another training session with a final max of 24.

5. Redemption Force: The Redemption Force held just one event this week, seeing a total of 34 troops online.

6. Silver Empire: The Silver Empire had quite an interesting week, in order to become accustomed to their brand new CPPS. They kicked off their Pirate Themed week on Monday with a Treasure Hunt on their new CPPS to test it out, whilst hosting a event in the evening. The following day they hosted a pirate-based Fashion Show to embrace the ongoing pirate theme of the week. On Wednesday, the Silvers hosted an AUSIA Dance Contest competition, a US Hide and Seek competition, as well as a general mini game night on their CPPS. After a busy Wednesday, the Silvers had a break day as they enjoyed a calming Thursday with a viewing of the movie Pirates of the Caribbean to prepare for their Costume Themed event taking place the following day. Silver Empire then hosted an AUSIA Find Four tournament on Saturday, which would be their concluding event for the week.

7. Special Weapons and Tactics: The Special Weapons and Tactics enjoyed two successful events on CP Rewritten this week. The first was on Thursday, and saw the army log on for a training session and size peak of 21. The second, a USA division ‘Mammoth Takeover’, witnessed SWAT reach a size of 24 penguins online as they executed a strong array of tactics and formations.

8. People’s Imperial Confederation: The People‘s Imperial Confederation held three events along with two game nights in their re-opening week. Following a Roblox game night, they kicked off in a Simon Says event on CP Rewritten where they had 17 confederates in attendance. The next event, preceded by a session the day before, was a game of hide and seek on Club Penguin which saw a size of 15. The final event of the week was a Rainbow Parade that saw a peak of 15 soldiers attending.

9. Recon Federation of Club Penguin: The Recon Federation held a total of three events this week. They began with a ‘Feddies’ event that saw a size of 19 penguins, before hosting a training session in which 10 penguins attended. Finally, a fun ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ themed event saw 8 penguins joining in.

10. Cries Cult: The Cries Cult held just one event this week, hosting a fun training session with size of 4.

Where did YOUR army place in this weeks Top Ten Armies? Let us know what YOU think in the comments below!

Top Ten Calculations Team

Sophie, Zamb, and Max

Top Ten Writing Committee

Fatchicken88, Caramel, Sophie, and Max

4 Responses

  1. Congratulations to all the armies for a great week in these difficult times!


  3. […] you didn’t know, this past weekend the second Top Ten Armies of 2021 was conducted by myself and Sophie on the Shamrock Bulletin. The process was relatively simple as […]


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