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Top Ten Armies: 12/11/16

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – The holidays approach, and for much of the community, winter break is just on the horizon. This week, two armies fell out the picture, one due to closure and another to lock down, leaving only ten to occupy the list.

Week of 4th – 10th December 2016

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1. Doritos [63.00] [+8]

2. Rebel Penguin Federation [59.00] [-1]

3. Nachos [55.00] [+0]

4. Wild Ninjas [53.15] [+1]

5. Army Republic [50.80] [-1]

6. Golds [48.00] [+0]

7. Corsairs [44.22] [+5]

8. Thugs of CP [43.06] [+2]

9. Army of Club Penguin [41.80] [-1]

10. The Penguin Army Force [36.00] [+1]

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Note: The sizes in the descriptions may not reflect the sizes used to calculate the Top Ten.

1. Doritos: To start off their week, the Doritos army participated in the annual Christmas Chaos tournament where they maxed 25 and took the victory home. On the next day, the Doritos decided to train for the Christmas Chaos’ future battles and held a training session where they maxed 23. Two days later, the Doritos held another training session and maxed sizes of 20. They held another training session on the 8th where they successfully maxed 18. They maxed 25 again on Friday when they did a U-Lead training session. To end their week, the Doritos army held another training session in preparation for the Christmas Chaos battle where they maxed 23.

2. Rebel Penguin Federation: The Rebel Penguin Federation didn’t do as many events as they did last week. They participated in the annual Christmas Chaos tournament where they were put up against the Army of Club Penguin. The Rebel Penguin Federation resulted in winning the battle and maxed more than 30.

3. Nachos: To start off their week, the Nachos had a practice battle against the Golds where there were bots but the Nachos still managed to max 15 while ignoring the bots. The Nachos then held a “mining expedition” where they once again maxed 15 and met black penguin bots during the event. On the 6th, the Nachos did an unscheduled event on their game night day where they maxed 11. Two days later, the Nachos did a US recruiting session where they successfully maxed 12. Then, on Friday, the Nachos held a training session on the server, Fjord, where they maxed 17. To end their week, they held a training session on Ice Berg where they maxed 25-30.

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4. Wild Ninjas: The Wild Ninjas held a Spanish training session in celebration of the Christmas holiday coming soon where they maxed 9. Afterward, the did another training session in celebration of one of their troops’ birthday, they resulted in maxing 11. The Wild Ninjas then participated in the annual Christmas Chaos tournament where they went against the Thugs and resulted in maxing 14 which gave them the victory. On the 5th, they held another Navideño training session where they maxed 8. The army held their daily Spanish training session where they maxed 7. After the Spanish event, they did another Navideño event where they maxed 7. On the next day, they held an AUSIA training session where they ended up maxing 9. They did another Spanish Christmas event but this time, they maxed 11. They continued their daily Navideño event but maxed 12 this time. On the next day, they maxed 12 once again in their AUSIA training session. Then, they maxed 10 in their daily Spanish Christmas event as they do every day. This time, they held another Christmas training session, but this time it wasn’t a Spanish one, they resulted in maxing 15. To end of the Wild Ninjas’ week, they maxed 9 in their Spanish Christmas event on the next day.

5. Army Republic: The Army Republic started off their week with a “liberation” event on Wool Socks where they maxed around 17. After the liberation event of Wool Socks, the Army Republic did another liberation event on Oyster, where they maxed 12. The next day, the Army Republic decided to invade the server, Christmas. They maxed sizes of 16 and did pretty good with holding their tactics when needed. To end their week, the Army Republic decided to do a training session on Toboggan where they resulted in maxing 10.

6. Golds: To start off the Golds’ week, they did a UK raid against the Nachos army where they successfully maxed 14. They then did a UK recruiting session in Spanish where they maxed 20 on the next day. On the 6th, they held a US training session where the troops maxed 11 again. On the next day, they maxed 10 in a US training session which didn’t include any bots this time. Then, on the 8th, the Golds logged on and did a training session where they resulted in maxing 12. To end their week, the Golds leaders and troops held another US training session and maxed 10.

7. The Corsairs: To start the Corsairs’ week off, they logged on and held a training session and managed to max sizes of 8. They then did an AUSIA training session where they maxed 7. Later on, they maxed and averaged 6 in their US training session. They did a late night US recruiting session where they successfully maxed sizes of 10. The army did another AUSIA training session where they maxed 8. Then, the Corsairs did a US U-Lead training session where they maxed 9.

8. Thugs of Club Penguin: The Thugs of Club Penguin started off their week with a tournament battle against the Wild Ninjas where they ended up in maxing 11 and lost. They held an AUSIA training session where they maxed 7 on the next day. They held another AUSIA training session where they maxed 9 this time. The army then had a US training session where they successfully maxed 12. To end their week, the Thugs held another event where they resulted in maxing 8.

9. Army of Club Penguin: The Army of Club Penguin started off their week with a UK training session on the server, Breeze, they resulted in maxing 11. To end their week, the Army of Club Penguin did another UK training session on Breeze where they maxed 11 again.

10. The Penguin Army Force: To start off their week, the Penguin Army Force held a training session where they maxed 5. On the next day, they did a Nevado training session where they successfully maxed 4. To end their week, the Penguin Army Force held a Spanish training session where they resulted in maxing 3.

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So, what do YOU think of this week’s Top Ten? Who will rise to the top next week? Let us know YOUR opinions in the comments below!

Lorenzo Bean

CPA Central CEO

Ben // ThatWaryGuy

CPA Central Vice President

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20 Responses

  1. Mighty congratulations to the Doritos for trying to get 1st legitimately. Great job RPF for managing to pull 2nd with just one event. Activity will rise very soon.

    • YEEEEEEEE

  2. Reblogged this on Doritos Army Of Club Penguin.

  3. Reblogged this on Golds Club | The Official Golds Army of CP.

  4. DCP DCP DCP!

  5. The only time DCP has ever gotten 1st legit

    • Cleary you weren’t here in 2012 and 2013 fuck yourself

      • xxoxoox

  6. Where’s the Agents and the blacks?
    Can you add them?

  7. Nachos are 3rd for the 3rd week in a row. #stabilityatmax gg

  8. WTF black lives matter woul;d be 3rd or 4th if you included them morons

  9. Not digging the formula, one army with 1 event of 30 almost beats the one that has 5 events of 20.

    • I agree that RPF getting 2nd with only 1 event is unfair, when the Nachos reached almost 30 in a event aswell and most of our events were 15+.

      • The event you claimed to max 30 at had one picture of 21, with the others ranging from 16-18. L

  10. Someone better give me acp or dcp or ill end up taking one by force

    • You can take me by force anytime

  11. nice job DCP & Corsairs.

  12. RPF AND DCP= Rebel Dorito Fedration

    • I have better option:
      RPF + NR = United Rebels @Tirodoragon

      • that wouldbe cool

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