After spending nearly a year leading, Wynn has made the decision to retire from Help Force. Join us as we dive into her history, her time leading, and finally, why she decided to retire.
Wynn entered the Club Penguin Army scene in March of 2020, joining the Help Force. She quickly made her way through the ranks, becoming a part of the staff team in November of the same year. Exactly a year after she became a staff member, in November 2021, she became a leader in training, only to become a leader the very next month.
Under her leadership, the army flourished. After two months under her leadership, the army hit first on the Top Ten Armies and were finalists in this year’s March Madness. She also led the war against the Special Weapons and Tactics, joining the Templars of Club Penguin, the Water Vikings, and the Ice Warriors.
But all good things must to an end. On the 15 of this month, her retirement event was held. More than 51 troops came out to bid their leader goodbye. Soon after she released her retirement post, officially putting down the mantle of leadership.
To find out more, Club Penguin Armies reached out to Wynn for an interview:
What made you decide to retire?
I’ve become a leader in training, that was practically leading the army, a year ago. In the summer I decided it was time to train new leaders and step down, giving others the chance to experience what I could. There were also some changes coming to my real life so I knew I won’t be able to be as active as I always was, and I had to make sure there are others who can take my place. I will be still supporting HF but I never wanted to be a leader who is practically a ghost.
How do you think the army will fare following your departure?
I know it will be amazing. I have a lot of hope in the new set of leaders, I already see them working and planning months ahead. Their plans are very ambitious and I can’t wait to see how much they can achieve.
What is your favorite moment in the army?
I think I liked the wars the most, but a really satisfying moment was when HF reached 1st on Top Ten, in just 2 months from us taking over. Bringing the army from being 4th, 5th, even 6th for a while to 1st in such a short time was the best feeling. Also reaching the March Madness finals.
What advice do you have for current troops and staff members?
Have a cool head and work hard if you want to achieve something here but don’t forget where you came from.
From her statements, it’s clear Wynn believes that the Helpers are in good hands, and have much more to offer to the community. Only time will tell how they fare following her departure. We wish Wynn, and the Help Force, the very best in all of their future endeavors.