Welcome to the twenty-sixth edition of the “HCOM Life Stories” column. This week, we interviewed Enemy who currently serves as the Leader in Training of the newly revived Coup Crusaders.
Enemy, penguin name Enemy69, first started out in the Tormentors. Before the army’s official revival event, Enemy was recruited by Ninja Leader‘s alt. This was around the time individuals like Ay12 and Toxic Storm were getting involved with the army’s revamp. Enemy recalled their time in the army during this time as “fun first experiences.” However, the fun would come to a halt once Ay12 retired.
Following the retirement, Ninja Leader method of leading turned more aggressive, starting fights between him and advisor Da Best in the leader group chat. This was the tipping point that caused the army to disband, with its loyal members moving to the Coup Crusaders under Toxic Storm. Since then, Enemy has continued to make great friends and even have chances to lead events on their own.
Club Penguin Armies sat down with Enemy to learn more about their view on being a Higher Commander despite being newer to the community.
What have been some of the memorable days/times in your army career so far, if you don’t mind sharing?
I got to lead an event literally today!
Has this journey from being a troop in the army to a member of Higher Command changed you in any way as a person?
Honestly, the journey hasn’t really changed me much. It [has] made me friends but, as a person, not really.
What is the best part about being Higher Command?
I like being Higher Command (HCOM) because it allows me to enjoy as much of Battleground as I want to, really.
What are your plans personally with the army, and what do you wish to achieve for/in the army?
With the army, I think winning a war would be very fun. And my personal goal is just to have a good time with Battleground armies.
What would your advice be to the people who are working towards getting HCOM?
If you want to become a HCOM, what you should do is first attend events and maybe ask to help out. Once you rank up enough, you will most likely get some sort of staff training or you at least will be able to help out and become a HCOM by recruiting or whatever.
In conclusion, Enemy believes that, by being offered a position in the Higher Command, they have been able to form stronger bonds with their army friends. Also, they seem to really enjoy playing on Battleground. Do you think the Coup Crusaders will continue to march strong with their team?