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Nachos & RPF Battle Over Blizzard as Purple Republic Raids

BLIZZARD – Being the birth server of the Nachos, the Rebel Penguin Federation would not get this server without a fight. Also, both armies had to face multiple rooms being full while the Purple Republic raids their battle.

Pre-Battle:

Because the server of Blizzard being full, the battle was moved to the server of Klondike. The Nachos were the 1st ones to log on Club Penguin. They went to the Snow Forts, starting with 50+ troops. The Nachos formed a circle with no gaps. For the Rebel Penguin Federation who logged on in the Stadium, they had 35+ troops. With the amount of troops online, the Rebel Penguin Federation was able to make a circle around the room. Being the Nachos “birth server”, they would not let it go without a fight. Both armies continuously had near perfect tactics.

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The Nachos in the Snow Forts
Pre-Battle
E+T Tactic

The Rebel Penguin Federation in the Stadium
Jokes

Battle Officially Starts:

When the battle officially started, both armies were cautious to move rooms. Then, 7 minutes into the battle both armies moved to the Forest. While the Rebel Penguin Federation Joke Bombed, the Nachos decided to make their line and circle the Forest. The Nachos decreased in size, and now had 25+ troops. Many Nachos were locked out, but the Rebel Penguin Federation did not have this problem. The Rebel Penguin Federation still had 35+ troops. The Rebel Penguin Federation also decided to circle the Forest. The room contained continuous bombs from both armies. This is when the Purple Republic stepped in. While locked out troops formed in the Plaza, the Purple Republic logged on to raid the Plaza.

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The Nachos in the Forest
Circle
E+K Tactic

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The Purple Republic in the Plaza
Raid of Nachos and RPF Battle on Blizzard

After battling it out for 20+ minutes in the Forest, both armies moved to the Cove. The Purple Republic did not leave them alone as they also followed. Because of this, both armies then moved to the Iceberg. Both armies circled the Iceberg. Still for the Nachos, locked out troops were a problem. The Rebel Penguin Federation had 30+ troops at the Iceberg while the Nachos also had 30+. Both armies had different formations. The Nachos circled, then scattered, then circled again. The Rebel Penguin Federation circled then made a triangle. After battling for over an hour, the Nachos logged off. The Rebel Penguin Federation continued to stay on Club Penguin, and he Purple Republic moved to the Iceberg as the Nachos left. Both armies claimed victory as they did in this whole war.

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The Nachos at the Iceberg
E+I Bomb

What do you think about the battle of Blizzard? Will the Purple Republic continue to raid these battles? Can the Rebel Penguin Federation and the Nachos be effected by this? Yes, we want YOUR opinion!

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CPAC Reporter
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37 Responses

  1. god i hate shad for linking that pic

  2. Video of the full battle sped up so it’s only 7 minutes long will be posted on the RPF site! Nothings cut out it’s the entire invasion.

  3. I have no idea who won but… My team members say that we won. (RPF)

  4. Be prepared non-purple peasants, the supreme race will soon strike, and believe me, cring will be taken to a whole new level.

  5. Hello. We’d just like to say, the first picture of the nachos getting 50+… well… half of it was PR. Yep. We were in disguise as the Nachos and were going to burst into our normal uniform when Rebel Penguin Fags came in the room. But they didn’t, so we had to stay put for a long time. So what I’m saying is, the Nachos did not get 50+ at the battle. Kthx bye. By the way, you’re all douche canoes.

    • Can anyone check to see if this commenters IP matches anyone elses? While part wants to say this is authentic… another part of me isn’t doubtful someone in the RPF would say this.

      • I can assure you I am not a pengfag. I led the PR raid. Next raid I’ll take a picture of the steam chat / group just for you.

  6. Nachos take home the victory. RPF do not complain. Nachos tactics were better and their sizes in the pictures are obviously larger.

  7. Easy Nacho Win

  8. i think the RPF won,whenever we win the nachos claim victory

  9. You can totally see my name in the Purple Republic pic. And that doesn’t show their true size. Near the end, they got much bigger sizes.

  10. PR should be the rapist republic instead, just cuz.

  11. PR wasn’t a threat in this battle. they didn’t even get into the room we were at.

  12. SOUP NEEDS WORK
    WE STADIUM NOW

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  16. I dont quite understand yet.

  17. They look like bots because of the line formation

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