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The Peninsula Wars: Lime Green Army and Recon Federation Conflict

KLONDIKE, Club Penguin Armies Office – The 2nd largest conflict in the Club Penguin Armies this year, the conflict is between Lime Green Army and Recon Federation, has come to a close, with one army being removed from the map entirely.

At midnight on 27 August, a month away from Treaty of Smog and Citrus, the Lime Green Army have declared war on Recon Federation, dubbing it as the “Conquest of Imperialism. Prior Bumble responded with a counter-declaration, calling the war “The Peninsula Wars”. After some discussion between them, they agreed to no allies and no colonies. The Lime Green Army also agree to not invade Northern Lights, which is a sacred server of Recon Federation. Both armies have scheduled their first invasions on the 28 August, following with LGA invading White House and RFCP invading Cold Front just under 4 hours later.

The Lime Green Army invasion of White House has kicked off the war, it painted a picture of a long stalemate between the two armies, After three close rooms, with similar sizes, tactics, and formations, the battle was ruled as a tie. This meant that the server remained with the Recon Federation.

On the same day, RFCP showed off their endurance by invading Cold Front (CPATG) with relative ease, taking the server. It was only two battles into the war, and the LGA troops looked gassed. At the same time, RFCP was growing in size and capitalized on the dreary attitude from LGA. They invaded Ice Bank (CPATG) on Thursday, maxing 17 compared to just 11 from their opponents.

The Recon Federation began to pull away with the war on Friday, maxing 20 in their invasion of Great White. The Lime Green Army had returned to maxing around 15, but RFCP had grown as well.

This battle led to a rethinking in strategy for LGA. They realized that, because the leaders voted to abolish the ability to declare no colonies in a war, LGA opted to involve their colony, the Cosmic Army. However, Prior Bumble saw this and recolonized the Duck Knight Army, previously known as the Duck Defenders.

Duck Knight Army Flag (No Cosmic Flag Sadly)    

The fourth battle was the first battle to include colonies and the last contested battle of the war. After involving the colonies, the Lime Green Army launched an effort to reclaim Cold Front from the Recon Federation. When the battle came, the involvement of colonies turned out to hurt LGA, as RFCP and the Duck Knight Army showed up with 21 troops, compared to 17 from the combined forces of LGA and the Cosmic Army. After thirty minutes, RFCP was declared the winners of the battle.

In conclusion, on the morning of August 31st, 2019, the Rebel Penguin Federation inherited 6 servers from the Lime Green Army, all servers that were not being invaded by the Recon Federation. LGA also informed RFCP that the would not be attending the upcoming battles on the 1st and 2nd of September. In response to this, RFCP declared victory and requested that LGA transferred the remaining 3 servers to RFCP. LGA refused, only worsening the feelings between the two armies. Yet, RFCP persisted, and invaded Sub Zero (CPATG), Deep Freeze (PW), and Beanie (CPR), thus eradicating the map of any LGA presence, and making them the victors of the Peninsula Wars.

 

Servers conclusion

Recon Federation

The Recon Federation successfully captured 3 servers (Cold Front, Great White, Ice Bank) and have received 3 more servers from LGA from winning the war (Beanie, Sub Zero, Deep Freeze)

Lime Green Army

The Lime Green Army lost 6 of their servers, while the other 5 servers were given to RPF for safe-keeping (Blizzard, Matterhorn, Breeze, Rocky Road, Summit)

 

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Current Servers (Not counting safe-keeping)

In recent days, the Recon Federation have declared themselves the winners of the war.  It’s hard to blame them, with their new, heavy imperial presence on the map.  This brings a close to one of the original CPA conflicts for the foreseeable future.

Hexxer
Club Penguin Armies Reporter

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