KLONDIKE, CP Army Headquarters – With four years of being in the community, the Help Force is celebrating their four-year anniversary today. What does this army plan to do within the upcoming years?
Originally named “Helping Friends,” Ayan and TimRainers created the Help Force on March 13th, 2018. With a total of seven generations, they have seen impressive maxes of 121+ and some major tournament wins. Their first major tournament win was in the Summer Bash, with a victory over the Pirates on September 8th, 2019. With a controversial battle in the finals, Help Force came out on top, maxing a total of 85+. Their next major victory was during the Aces of AUSIA tournament, where they beat out the Army of Club Penguin and saw maxes of 85+.
Help Force has participated in tournaments like Holiday Championship, where they reached the Semi-Finals, and Legends Cup X, where they reached the finals. They also participated in Fright or Fight and Christmas Chaos X reaching the Semi-Finals both times. They have more recently competed in tournaments such as March Madness, Legends Cup Xl, AUSIA Arena, and Christmas Chaos Xl. Help Force is well known for its involvement in the Vengeance Alliance, consisting of the Help Force, Army of Club Penguin, Red Ravagers, and the Peoples Imperial Confederation. The Helpers remain near the top of the Top Ten Armies and are considered a powerhouse within the community.
Today, March 13th, the Help Force logged onto Club Penguin Rewritten to celebrate their fourth anniversary. The current generation Helpers had some familiar and older members come to the occasion.
Club Penguin Army Headquarters reached out to Snowy, a current leader, and Nell and Moon, former leaders.
Congrats on 4 years strong! What does this army’s legacy mean to you?
Snowy – Thank you! Help Force has been a large part of my life over the past few years, and its legacy to me is a symbol of how perseverance and hard work can make the unlikely possible. We’ve gathered people from all over the world and united them through our gaming community, and I’m proud of that
Nell – Ayyy yeah it’s been 4 years for Help Force. They’ve evolved a lot, and I’m happy that I got to be a part of it. I think I left my mark but we all have to move forward and live in the moment, not look to the past.
Moon – I think that while it’s important to acknowledge the people and things that came before, everything has to move on eventually. A legacy shouldn’t be more important than the future
What is your favorite memory from Help Force?
Snowy – It’s hard to say, but I think the first anniversary party three years ago, and then each anniversary party after that
Nell – There are many memories with the members that I still cherish, even after I left. Most of them are related to the games we played together or the jokes among the staff members. One of my favorites though is when we had the Duck takeovers or the ‘I have fucking boobs’ takeover. It was extremely fun xD
Moon – I don’t have a specific favorite memory but I do remember tons of little interactions with people in Help Force that I have since became friends with and still talk to this day, those would probably be my favorites
What are your future goals/plans within Help Force?
Snowy – I plan to climb even higher on the top ten, and maybe even bag a tournament win or two
Nell – In all honesty, besides everyone’s intense desire to climb that Top Ten list, in which I’m sure they’ll succeed, I hope that they will get to appreciate their members properly, understand everyone’s effort that they put every day into keeping the army alive and give them the proper acknowledgement/recognition. I hope they will grow stronger as a family and respect each other because without the people and their support, there wouldn’t be much of an army.
Moon – I haven’t been in Help Force’s present in a long time, and I won’t be there for it’s future either, but I hope it continues to be a place where people can grow and learn from others in places that they’d never even heard of. Connecting people who have no other methods of connecting is all the only thing I ask of it
It seems like Snowy, Nell and Moon are happy with the direction that Help Force is taking. As the army celebrates it’s fourth birthday, we expect to see it thrive despite all the hardships this community has to offer. We wish the best to all the current and former leaders that have made this dynasty what it has become.