Top Ten Armies [02/13/22-02/19/22]

KLONDIKE, CP Army Headquarters – As the AUSIA Arena tournament comes to a close, and we look forward to the upcoming March Madness, the latest Top Ten rankings arrive with little change from the previous week.

Please note: The expected position is the ranking that the army achieved on the most recent ‘Top Ten Armies of the Month’. The maximum sizes are the claimed peaks from the armies, while the average sizes are from the calculations sheet. For the full listing, scroll to the end of this post.

 

1. Templars [↑0] [73.50]

★ Number of events: 4

★ Maximum size: 55, at their invasion of ‘ACP North Station’

★ Average UK/US size: 51.5

★ Average AUSIA size: 0

★ Expected Position: First [+0]

Just days after Templars of CP leader, Xing, declared war on the Army of Club Penguin, as outlined here, a not-so-new face made his way into leadership. Although there is no official announcement of the hiring, Xing made a note of Jester’s competency as a leader and his desire “to bring Templars further glory.”

Jester Joins Templars Leadership to “Kill and Embarrass ACP”, by Comedy

 

2. Rebel Penguin Federation [↑0] [65.09]

Number of events: 8

Maximum size: 39, at their ‘Operation: The Headband’ event

★ Average UK/US size: 33.17

★ Average AUSIA size: 25.5

★ Expected Position: Third [+1]

 

3. Help Force [↑0] [62.57]

Number of events: 4

Maximum size: 48, at the AUSIA Arena Semi-Finals vs. the Ice Warriors

★ Average UK/US size: 28.5

★ Average AUSIA size: 41

★ Expected Position: Fourth [+1]

 

4. Ice Warriors [↑0] [61.33]

Number of events: 7

Maximum size: 49, at the AUSIA Arena Semi-Finals against the Help Force

★ Average UK/US size: 25.5

★ Average AUSIA size: 32

★ Expected Position: Second [-2]

The third room was another toss up with the armies tiring and formations from both getting sloppier. The Ice Warriors tended to have weaker bombs while the Help Force appeared to have more ‘AFK’ penguins. The Ice Warriors picked up the pace with a neater formation, but because the majority of the room showed both armies having strengths and weaknesses, the room was deemed a tie. The battle was close, but due to the Ice Warriors having the edge over the Help Force in the second room, it ended with a victory for the Ice Warriors – winning the battle 1-2-0.

‘AUSIA Arena: Winter Edition’: Semi Finals Results, by Josh (United Media)

 

5. Night Warriors [↑1] [38.50]

Number of events: 2

Maximum size: 44, at their ‘Saturday Training Event’

★ Average UK/US size: 29

★ Average AUSIA size: 0

★ Expected Position: Thirteenth [+8]

The Night Warriors are now classified as a Major army.

 

6. Army of Club Penguin [↑1] [37.75]

Number of events: 4

Maximum size: 21, at their ‘Clover Pizza’ event

★ Average UK/US size: 18.75

★ Average AUSIA size: 0

★ Expected Position: Fifth [-1]

The Army of CP are now classified as a Small/Medium army.

 

7. Water Vikings [↓2] [35.90]

Number of events: 3

Maximum size: 21, at their ‘The Vikings Put On a Play’ event

★ Average UK/US size: 19

★ Average AUSIA size: 21

★ Expected Position: Sixth [-1]

 

8. Secret Service [↑0] [34.75]

Number of events: 4

Maximum size: 28, at their battle against the Eclipse

★ Average UK/US size: 16.75

★ Average AUSIA size: 0

★ Expected Position: Ninth [+1]

The spectacle began yesterday, February 13th, when the Secret Service leadership issued a declaration of war on the Eclipse, who had opened the previous day for a new generation and what they believed as a fresh start. This was not the case, however, as a Secret Service website post written by leader Pandor detailed numerous reasons behind the declaration, stating in its introduction that the army had “crossed the line with people in SS many times in the past”. Pandor then proceeded to break down the reasons by listing three individuals from the Eclipse leadership that have been involved in adult and minor relationships: Todoro, Da Best and Rach. While Todoro and Rach were the adult perpetrators, Da Best was the minor and therefore a victim.

Deception & Depravity: Breaking Down The Eclipse-Secret Service Saga by Max

 

9. Mercenaries [↑0] [31.50]

Number of events: 3

Maximum size: 23, at their training event

★ Average UK/US size: 19

★ Average AUSIA size: 0

★ Expected Position: Fourteenth [+5]

 

10. Silver Empire [↑0] [28.58]

Number of events: 3

Maximum size: 22, at their ‘Glory to the Silvers’ event

★ Average UK/US size: 16

★ Average AUSIA size: 7

★ Expected Position: Seventh [-3]

The Silver Empire struck again with an immediate entry, the Secret Service on their tail and Eclipse following, just like the previous rooms. Secret Service and Eclipse both picked up their speed and tactics, but once again, the Empire’s size lead them to a victory.

Small-Medium Free For All: Results, by TheNathanBoy

 

Top Ten Armies

1. Templars [↑0] [73.50]

2. Rebel Penguin Federation [↑0] [65.09]

3. Help Force [↑0] [62.57]

4. Ice Warriors [↑0] [61.33]

5. Night Warriors [↑1] [38.50]

6. Army of Club Penguin [↑1] [37.75]

7. Water Vikings [↓2] [35.90]

8. Secret Service [↑0] [34.75]

9. Mercenaries [↑0] [31.50]

10. Silver Empire [↑0] [28.58]

11. Fire Warriors [RETURN] [13.50]

12. Fighter Pilots [↓1] [12.50]

13. Red Ravagers [RETURN] [10.50]

14. Eclipse of CP [↑1] [9.00]

15. People’s Imperial Confederation [↓2] [8.50]

 

Click HERE to view the full calculations.

Top Ten Committee: DMT, Myth, Disha, ActionSpark, Frostty, Comedy, Nicky & Max

 

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Max

Max is currently serving as Club Penguin Armies Chief Executive Producer. He is known for his positions as a CPA Headquarters Vice Director (2022), ACP Leader (2021), and CP Army Hub Executive Producer (2020). He won ‘Best Admin’ in the End of Summer Awards 2020, as well as ‘Best Editor’, ‘Top Post’ & ‘Best Column’ in the CPAHQ 2021 Staff Awards.

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