Just like the month before, February too opened with a bang as the multilogging investigation continued. With the breakout of a huge war, the return of the small-medium community and various retirements and scandals, without a doubt February had many top moments, but which topped them all?
Doritos Celebrate 13th Anniversary
Written by: Coolguy
Since closing in 2021, the Doritos of Club Penguin has been fairly quiet, with no attempt being made to revive it. However, on January 30, 32op, ex-Doritos leader and legend announced a reunion to celebrate its 13th anniversary. This event would prove to be one of the top moments of the month as they maxed approximately 53 penguins and achieved number one on the Top Tens. They proved that, despite being inactive for nearly two years, they are still a force to be reckoned with, and they have a lot of support. No revival has been planned for the Doritos but could this momentous event be the start of something even bigger?
Multiple Small/Medium Armies Join the Community
Written by: Nicky
Late 2022 saw a community with barely any Small Medium armies, at times, the top ten only had 6 or 7 places with only 1 small medium army in it. However, February 2023 saw a change as small medium armies coming back and rejoining such as Janitors, Napalm Corps, DILF, DMA, PIC. With this for the first time in a while the Top Ten consisted of various small-medium armies and the “close to top ten” returning. Furthermore, February ended with 20 armies on the top ten armies of the month.
War of Reckoning: Special Weapons and Tactics vs Rebel Penguin Federation
Written by: Mabel
Following quickly into the month of February, the community witnessed two well-known armies get dragged into war, also known as the ‘War of Reckoning’, between the two armies; Special Weapons and Tactics and the Rebel Penguin Federation. On February 9th, the Agents declared war against the Rebels, titling the war the ‘War of Reckoning’, stating the war listed was a desire to compete against the best army and test their skills. However, as days progressed throughout the war, over and over again the Agents saw their war turn into straight victories for the Rebels, leaving questions and concerns for most of the community and the surrounding armies. On February 19th, nearly two weeks after the declaration, the Agents and Rebels put the war to an end, both armies had their reasonings for the battle to end, mostly following concerns for their own staff or sizes.
Administrative Statement: Mulitlogging Within Templars Throughout February
Written by: Disha