Notice: Discontinuation of ACP/BA War News — Community Opinion

KLONDIKE — As CPAC’s Associate Producer, I have an announcement. Meanwhile, the community speaks about the war.

Note: The views and opinions expressed in this post do not reflect the views of CPAC


Due to repetitive and rather monotonous battles, I will stop covering the war between the Army of Club Penguin. Many complained about the up-and-down nature of the war,  including myself. All further war news can be found here for ACP’s point of view or here for the Pirates’ point of view. However, major battles will still be covered. All further news will cover community or DW-VCP/ST/GT war news. Thank you.

How I feel reporting on this war

Community Consensus of the War

The war has been criticized by many. While others condemn it as nothing more than a “giant flame war,” it has also gotten repetitive. Nothing has changed over the last few months say many. Neither side has come close to destroying each other. Many believe the ACP and Pirates have never held significant advantages over each other. Others say the battles are too small and numerous, with about 2-3 battles a day on average with an average of 15 troops each side. The Club Penguin Army Council is now the sole custodian of the war, as they judge battles that no side has the pride to surrender; which is why some also debunk it as nothing more than a contest of flame wars fought between leaders using people who do not agree with it.



5 Responses

  1. First, booyah! :mrgreen:


  2. Don’t report about it if you don’t want to -.-


  3. Keep calm and Flutter on was an awesome episode


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