Your ACPSIS Agent Uniforms

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters –¬†Earlier this week the ACPSIS themed week was launched, with the Army of CP agents attending our opening event meeting in complete uniform.

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[AUSIA] ACPSIS: The Search For Shaboomboom – Results!

Hey ACP!

Today, the AUSIA Division sent their very best search agents to try uncover the whereabouts of Clover Bot Developer Shaboomboom. Finally Рafter searching through countless rooms, and eventually launching a massive search party that located the developer at the Beacon, Forest and finally the Dojo Рwe were able to speak to him. He agreed to return to the server and help us fix the bot!

 

Join us in the UK/US Event @ 5PM EST to help fix the bot! React in #events if you can help out!

 

Max: 42

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[UK/US] Mission: ACPSIS Agents Assemble Results

Hey ACP! Today we logged on to Ascent for our ACP Secret Intelligence Services: Agents Assemble event! At this event, we were able to achieve a max of 55 troops! Our lovely Field Marshall and Head Agent, Max led this event with some amazing Spy Themed Tactics, as well as a Secret Meeting for those of us that were in attendance.

Max: 55

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[UK/US] ACPSIS Mission: The Stale Nacho – Results!

Hola, ACP!

Today, our Secret Intelligence Service logged onto Ascent, on CPRewritten after receiving an emergency call of a Nacho spy, hidden within our ranks. The ACPSIS was in charge of finding clues, to uncover this “Stale” Nacho. We started at the Everyday Phoning Facility receiving a trivia question on our phones, which the answer was the password to a post, containing the next clue within it. Having the answer been found, we headed over to Max’s igloo, where the next clue was revealed. The Dojo was enlighting answer to this one. We finished off with an array of emotes, where Field Marshal Max revealed who this “stale” Nacho’s indentity was…

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