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CPA Central Anniversary Giveaway Sign-Ups

PLEASE NOTE: If you submit a comment prior to the time of 3:00EST tomorrow, you will not be considered. 

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters — In the first of two giveaways for CPA Central’s five-year anniversary, a trivia bracket on the site’s history will give eight lucky viewers a chance to win powers. 

CPA Central will be holding two different contests to celebrate its five-years as the best media source in the community. The first of these is a trivia bracket, where we will be giving away a total of seven powers. The details are fairly simple: only eight people will be allowed to enter this trivia bracket, from there eight goes to four, from there four goes to two, and from those two a winner is chosen. In each round, the contestants in the bracket will have to answer questions regarding CPA Central’s story.

To become one of those eight contestants, the process is rather similar — at 3:00 EST tomorrow, the first eight people to comment correctly answering the five questions listed later in this post will receive the eight spots in the trivia bracket. From there, competitions will happen on this site in the comments section or on chat if we can get the contestants together. Here’s some further information.

Winners of Round One receive Xat Power 

Winners of Round Two receive Xat Power 

Winner of Round Three receives Xat Power 

In case that doesn’t make sense, let me explain. After eight contestants are chosen, the first round will begin. In each matchup, the contestant to answer a single question first (and correctly) will advance and receive the power. This pattern continues until the final round, when two contestants will go head-to-head for Blueman. So, yes, the winner of this bracket will receive all three powers, those advancing to the third round will receive Military and Party, and those advancing to the second round will receive Party. In total, four Party powers, two Military powers, and one Blueman power are up for grabs.

Interested in signing up? This post will remain stickied until the end of tomorrow. At 3:00EST, the first eight viewers to comment answering the five questions below correctly will become the contestants. To participate, you must have a registered Xat Account, at least one day, and be actively serving in the army community. The questions are as follows. 

Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?

Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?

Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.

Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?

Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)

You have a full day to research this information, as the contestants will be picked tomorrow afternoon. Some helpful resources would be the Wayback Machine, CPA Central’s About Page, and, of course, our own Archives. These questions are intentionally rather difficult, as only eight people can participate in the trivia bracket. Good look to all those looking to take part in this, and stay tuned for next week, when you’ll learn about our second giveaway for the power Fade.

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31 Responses

  1. question five blue2 blue1 and woton

  2. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?

    Amitc.

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?

    Pink Mafias: The Truth Revealed. Trickster, UMA head of the time.

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.

    The Legends Cup and the Christmas Chaos.

    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?

    July 12th, 2011. The views were spawned by Woton’s interview with Violentalleta.

    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)

    Bluesockwa1, Bluesockwa2, and Woton.

    • Ok now im like im going to July 12th to see that interview

  3. As soon as I saw those questions I was like nope.

    • Same. I thought it was about army history. Not about lame CPAC’s history.

      • It’s CPAC’s 5 year anniversary so the questions WOULD be about CPAC.

  4. Am I eligible?

  5. Am I eligible

  6. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
    Elmikey is love. Elmikey is life.

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
    Elmikey is love. Elmikey is life.

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
    Elmikey is love tournament and the Elmikey is life tournament.

    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?
    Elmikey’s steamy onionzooker.

    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)
    It’s all ogre now.

  7. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why? I don’t know what day, but I know what’s the reason. It’s because CPA central was the only major army news site.
    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.) Blue1, Blue2, and that’s all I know.

    • Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
      Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
      Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
      Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?
      Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.) Woton, Puckley, Blue1

      • Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC? Puckley
        Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
        Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments. Spring showdown
        Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why? I don’t know the day, but I know the reason. It’s because it was the only major army news site
        Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs?(Woton’s two terms should count for one.) Woton, Puckley, Blue1

  8. first

  9. 1.Iasgae56
    2.the media controller masses
    3. christmas chaos and the halloween one
    4. woton b1 and b2

  10. fuck dis

  11. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC? Campazlo?
    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on? Berbatov?
    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments. ACP vs Pirates and ACP vs LT
    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why? Judgement Day
    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.) Snaily5, Earthing and Mr Waffle?

  12. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
    Puckley

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
    OagalThorp

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
    Legends Cup and Champions of 2013
    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?
    July 12 2011// Interview with PR Leader violentalleta
    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)
    Woton, b2 and KingFunks

  13. 1. Puckley
    2. “A Rant on Monster Force”, Monster Force.
    3. Legends Cup and Christmas Chaos
    4. 12/7/2011 (July 12, not Dec 7!) due to PR troops wiewing an interview withtheir leader, Violentalleta.
    5. Woton, Bluesockwa2, and Kingfunks.

    • In the states, we do month/day/year rather than day/month/year.

  14. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC? the piano

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on? the watergate scandal

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments. world cup and u21 world cup

    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why? 9/11

    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.) earthing, violante aletta, billy mays

  15. 1. Puckley
    2. Pink Mafias: The Truth Revealed, on Trickster.
    3. Legends Cup & Scary Showdown
    4. July 12th, 2011 because of the interview of Violentalleta.
    5. Blue1, Blue2 and Woton?

  16. CPA Central be like…
    some_text
    …With all of these powers

  17. 1. Puckley
    2. Trickster being the fake Pink Mafias (not word for word)
    3. The legends cup and Christmas Chaos
    4. Violentalleta
    5. Kingfunks4 and Bluesockwa2

    • And Woton

  18. To those who are thinking about writing joke responses, your comment is going to be just as funny as the three others already posted.

  19. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
    That is Amitc.

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
    Pink Mafias and Trickster:The Truth Revealed and UMA head of the time

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
    Legends Cup, Christmas Chaos 4 realzies

    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?
    July 12th, 2011. Woton’s interview with Violentalleta.

    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)
    Blue1, Blue2, Woton

  20. pink mafias
    pink mafias
    pink mafias cup
    pink mafias interview
    pink mafias, waterkid, elmikey

    • lololololol its funny cuz pink mafias!!! 😄

  21. Question One: What was the name of the Secondary Head who was instrumental in the beginning of CPAC?
    mike hawk

    Question Two: What was the first major investigative report published by CPAC, and who did it focus on?
    ur mum did a report on dis dik

    Question Three: Name CPA Central’s two longest-running tournaments.
    dis dik, nd dat dik

    Question Four: What day brought CPA Central over seven-thousand views, and why?
    the day i fukked ur mum. cuz who doesnt like pr0nz?

    Question Five: Who were CPAC’s three longest-serving CEOs? (Woton’s two terms should count for one.)
    bluesockwa’s cockwa. big daddy long schlong. potato salad.

  22. 1. Puckley
    2. PM and Trickster
    3. Legends Cup & Christmas Chaos
    4. July 12th 2011 because Woton finally got an interview with Violentalleta
    5. Woton, Puckley and b1

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