Top Ten Armies [01/31/21-02/06/21]

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters – The first Top Ten of February witnesses the revival of another two armies and an interesting reshuffling.

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1. Rebel Penguin Federation [80.01]

 2. Help Force [64.87]

 3. Army of Club Penguin [58.63]

 4. Redemption Force [43.00]

[NEW!] 5. Water Vikings [42.50]

6. Silver Empire [37.66]

↓ 7. Templars [37.17]

↓ 8. Special Weapons and Tactics [31.25]

↓ 9. People’s Imperial Confederation [28.25]

[NEW!] 10. Fire Warriors [24.00]

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 11. Recon Federation of Club Penguin [16.34]

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1. Rebel Penguin Federation: This week the Rebels hosted a total of eight events. The first was a division battle between the RPF Air Force and the RPF Navy, at which they peaked at 58 troops. Their break day on Monday saw a game of Hodgepodge, before they logged on for the AUSIA ‘Operation: Snow Joke’ the next day with a size of 45. Following this, they held a troop-lead ‘Operation: Role Switch’ with a max of 43 participants. Wednesday saw an EU toy-maker themed event at which they had 42 rebels in attendance. Next, an AUSIA car event with a total of 35, as well as a Pizzatron tournament on Friday, where 45 troops logged on to cook up a storm. Saturday saw the final two events of the week: the first event being an AUSIA scuba gear event with 33 swimmers online, and the concluding event being another branch battle, this time with a size of 45 penguins.

2. Help Force: The Help Force held a total of six events this week. Their first was an AUSIA event titled ‘Operation: Rise’ on Sunday with 50 troops. Next, the Helpers logged on to CPR for an AUSIA Army Training and Hide and Seek event with over 34 participants. Their next event included another Army Training followed by a Find Four tournament with 27 participants. On Thursday, the Help Force logged on to CPR again for their ‘Operation: Vigour’ event with a total of 42 helpers! The next day, the army held another Training event with 29 troops in attendance. To finish off their week, the Helpers held an ‘Operation: Blue Fever’ event with over 42 attendants.

3. Army of Club Penguin: The Army of CP held a total of seven events this week. Their first was a ‘Mission: Resurgence’ event to practice tactic skills with a total of 26 soldiers online. Next, the AUSIA division logged onto CPR for an Evergreen Expedition event with a total of 35 penguins in tree costumes. The Clover Defenders then held a Soldier-in-Chief event on CPR again with 42 troops total. On Thursday, the army held an ‘Operation: Combat Excellence’ event with a peak of 35 soldiers. The following day, the AUSIA division logged onto CPR as painters with 38 troops total. Next, the Army of CP held an ‘Operation: Battle Strategy’ event with 28 soldiers in attendance. Finishing off their week with a blast, the Clovers faced the Special Weapons and Tactics in a practice battle on Saturday with 39 participants.

4. Redemption Force: The Redemption Force had a calm week with two events. Their Saturday event saw a total of 37 troops in attendance. The following day, they held Operation: Drill, maxing 30.

5. Water Vikings: The Water Vikings returned to the community on Saturday with a maximum size of 40.

6. Silver Empire: The Silver Empire had a busy week with a total of six events. To start off their week, the Silvers hopped onto their own CPPS for a Medieval Training event with 13 troops total. Next, the Empire held a Christmas Spirit Takeover on CPR with a max of 15. On Wednesday, the army logged on to their own CPPS again to hold an AUSIA Card Jitsu Tournament with 5 contestants! Later the same day, the Silver Empire logged onto CPR in cow costumes with a total of 19 troops. The Silvers then held a Medieval Themed event on their SE CPPS with a peak of 15. Finishing off their week strong, the Silver Empire held an AUSIA Cart Surfing Tournament with 15 participants.

7. Templars: The Templars held a total of three events this week. The first, ‘Operation Great War’ saw a peak size of 27, and was followed several days later by a training event and maximum size of 26. Finally, another training session saw 22 penguins in attendance.

8. Special Weapons and Tactics: The Special Weapons and Tactics began their eventful week with a ‘Fun CPR Raid’ on Sunday, peaking at 23 penguins online. This was followed a few days later by a ‘CPR Mining Takeover’ and maximum of 15, as well as a ‘Murder Mystery’ event on CPChapter2, that saw a peak of 9 penguins. Finally, they concluded their week with a battle against the Army of CP, in which they maxed 17 people.

9. People’s Imperial Confederation: The People’s Imperial Confederation held a total of four events this week, kicking off with a ‘Balloon event’ in which they maxed 14. A yellow themed parade with a size of 15 came afterwards, followed by a red themed event a couple of days later, at which they peaked at 14 penguins. To top it off, the final event of the week was a Club Penguin hide and seek that saw 15 confederates in attendance.

10. Fire Warriors: The Fire Warriors held just one event this week, a successful revival event in which they saw 20 troops in attendance.

11. Recon Federation of Club Penguin: The Recon Federation of Club Penguin began their week with a training event that saw 9 penguins in attendance, followed by a fun ‘Shrek the Musical Night’ for their members. A mysterious ‘Secret Event You Will Never Know About’ saw 6 soldiers attending, and a ‘Make Don Feel Better’ event had 7 participate.


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

2 Responses

  1. Congratulations to all the armies this week!

  2. Nice!

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