KLONDIKE, CP Army Headquarters- With the first week of Christmas Chaos XI over, let’s take a look at the results. Which armies came out victorious and moved onto week two?
Special Weapons and Tactics vs Red Ravagers
The first battle of the tournament was the qualifier battle, to decide who will participate in one of the quarter finals later in the week. The battle saw Special Weapons and Tactics and Red Ravagers log on for a battle that resulted in a score of 2-1-0 for SWAT. Their better formations, being more awake and having better tactics moved them into the quarterfinals. The outcome of this battle proved most of the CPAHQ predictions to be incorrect.
Ice Warriors vs Silver Empire
The second battle of week one saw Ice Warriors win with a 3-0 victory against the Silver Empire. Their massive size advantage and neat formations helped them move on to the semifinals. However, this time the CPAHQ predictions were completely correct as all of the staff predicted that the Ice Warriors would claim victory.
Templars vs People’s Imperial Confederation
The third battle of week one saw the Templars log on against People’s Imperial Confederation. Throughout the battle the Templars held over a 25+ size advantage, helping them to easily cover PIC and win this battle 3-0. These results saw the majority of CPAHQ staff predictions to be correct.
Rebel Penguin Federation vs Special Weapons and Tactics
For the fourth battle of week one, the Rebel Penguin Federation took a 3-0 victory in a battle with SWAT. Throughout each of the three rooms, the Rebels held over a 28+ size advantage, helping them to easily move on to the semifinals.
Help Force vs Water Vikings
Last but not least, the fifth and final battle of week one involved Help Force and the Water Vikings. This battle proved to be the closest battle of the week, however Help Force’s size and good formations helped them to achieve a 3-0 win. Once again confirming that the majority of CPAHQ staff predictions were correct.
The first week of Christmas Chaos XI was pretty interesting, as we saw nine different armies battle it out for a place in week two. Were your predictions correct? Which armies do you think will come out victorious in the second week of the Christmas Chaos XI?
Nice post, Nicky!