On This Week: World War Rewritten Breaks Out

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters – In the next edition of our Saturday column: On This Week, we take a trip back to this time last year which saw the breakout of one of the most controversial wars in modern armies: World War Rewritten.

World War Rewritten, started after multiple leak posts by the now infamous TheManWithThePlan, began with the declaration of war on the Army of Club Penguin by the Rebel Penguin Federation on April 27th 2020.

RPF’s declaration of war

April 2020 eventually saw around a dozen armies engage in the conflict – it literally divided the army community in half, if only for a week.

The war saw its conclusion on May 2nd 2020 as both sides decided that the conflict was not productive.

ACP’s declaration of independence, following World War Rewritten’s conclusion

As a result of the conflict, the CP Army Media organisation added both judges and a server map. This set the stage for the same system in the Club Penguin Army Hub. Having said that, with a current lack of server map, there is reason to believe that some armies would find wars less purposeful.

One version of the CPAH server map

And there you have it – an interesting reminder of a historic conflict from the past of Club Penguin Armies and the result it caused in the community! I’ll be back next week with another edition of “On This Week”, taking a look at the past history of Club Penguin or Club Penguin Armies!

What do YOU think? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

ACP Moderator & Shamrock Bulletin Reporter

6 Responses

  1. Wow! A whole year ago?! Crazy

  2. I wasnt here when that happened but that seems crazy that was a year ago! :0

  3. wow!

  4. Keeeeewwwwwl

  5. Wow a year i did came to acp that time

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