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Top Ten Armies: 2/19/17

KLONDIKE, CPA Central Headquarters – This week, we see the first and second spot separated by less than a point whilst other armies have a good week.

Note: Starting this week CPPS events were not counted towards the top ten. If you would like more info click HERE



1. Doritos [59.25] [+1]

2. Light Troops [59.00] [-1] 

3. Ice Warriors [52.17] [+1]

4. Wild Ninjas [51.67] [-1]

5. Thugs [51.50] [+2]

6. Rebel Penguin Federation [51.17] [-2]

7. Special Weapons and Tactics [50.48] [NEW!]

8. Nachos [46.00] [-2]

9. Army Republic [43.00] [+0]

10. Army of Club Penguin [37.67] [NEW!]


Close to the Top Ten:

11. The Penguin Army Force [34.50] [-3]

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1. Doritos: The Doritos had a fairly eventful week, starting with a U-Lead event on the server Snow Day with sizes of 20. This was followed by a training event which saw sizes of around 30. On Tuesday, DCP held a formation training where they were able to achieve sizes of 25, before finishing their week with yet another training event on Thursday with a max size of 26.

2. Light Troops: The Light Troops held only one event this week, a Practice Battle against the Ice Warriors where they maxed 40.

3. Ice Warriors: The Ice Warriors started their week with an unscheduled event with sizes of 16. This was followed by a training event on Friday where IW again maxed 16, before ending their week with a war training event held on Sub Zero with a max size of 24.

4. Wild Ninjas: As usual, the Wild Ninjas had a very busy week. It all started with a training session where they maxed 10. They continued the week with yet another training session, where they managed to max 6. WN continued this trend with another training session, maxing 8. Following this, they held yet another training session, achieving a solid size of 15. The following day, WN held another training event where they  were able to reach size of 12. WN then held another training session the same night, maxing 9. The next day, the Wild Ninjas decided to have yet another training session, topping off sizes of 9. The next day, WN, you guessed it, held ANOTHER training session, maxing 7. Following this, they finally decided to change it up, and held a U-Lead event which saw sizes of 12. To conclude their week, the Wild Ninjas held two more training sessions, maxing 10-12 at both.

5. Thugs: The Thugs started their week with an invasion of Snow Fall from RPF where they maxed 7. This was followed by another invasion where they maxed 12. They continued invading the RPF with an invasion of Iceland where they achieved sizes of 14. They then held an unscheduled event, reaching sizes of 8. Following this, the Thugs held a practice battle with the Light Troops, who failed to show up, maxing 18. They finished off their week with two more invasions of RPF, hitting sizes of 12 at both.

6. Rebel Penguin Federation: The RPF started their week with a US event hitting sizes of 15. Then they invaded White House from the Nachos with a max size of 10. This was followed by an unscheduled event, which saw sizes of 15, before RPF finished their week by invading Fjord from the Nachos with sizes of 25. 

7. Special Weapons and Tactics: SWAT returned to the community this week, holding a total of three events. They started with their return event, a recruiting session where they maxed sizes of 25-27. This was followed by a training event achieving sizes of 19, before finishing off their week with an AUSIA event reaching sizes of 10.


8. Nachos: The Nachos began their week on with a recruiting event held on White Out, where they maxed 16. This was followed by a UK event on Thursday which saw sizes of 12. The Nachos then finished their week with a training event on Fjord where they achieved a max size of 10.

9. Army Republic: The Army Republic started their week with a U-Lead event held on on Icicle where they maxed 10. This was followed by a training session on Crystal where achieved sizes of 8. Then they held another training event where they maxed 10, before finising their week with another U-Lead event again reaching sizes of 8.

10. Army of Club Penguin: ACP had a rather slow week, only holding a total of three events. They started out their week with a party on Breeze, maxing 13. This was followed by a tactical training session, reaching sizes of 9, before finishing their week with a training event, again hitting sizes of 9.




This week, we asked you how you felt about the closure of Club Penguin. Most of you were sad about this announcement but some of you were happy to see CP come to an end.



So, what do YOU think of this week’s Top Ten? Who will rise to the top next week? Let us hear YOUR opinions in the comments below!


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14 Responses

  1. , FREE GFX in the last days of CP, Order Now!!!!

  2. “Starting this week” You said this last week? So you allowed CPPS events and didn’t tell any other armies yet you allowed some armies have CPPS events…

  3. bias acp shouldve been first

  4. god bless america they didnt let lt cheat into first w cpps

  5. Oi I just noticed thugs are 5th

  6. Reblogged this on Thugs Of CP and commented:
    GG Thugs

  7. why was top 10 switched ? swat was 5th..

  8. Not bad RPF, but let’s aim higher for next week. Message to Doritos: Good job on the top spot, let’s see if you can keep it for next week. Message to AR: Hope you join us in the top spots soon. 😉

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